= Tier: Stars
= Notable improvement
|SNES Super Demo World: The Legend Continues (USA v1.1) "120 exits" in 2:08:01.68 by Chef Stef.|
|snes9x movie (.smv) (date: 2008-06-25)|
AVI file via BitTorrent (size: 333.88 MB, length: 2:13:19)
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Obsoletes movie #858 (2:08:50.32)
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|- 100% completion|
- Takes damage to save time
- Heavy glitch abuse
- Unofficial game
- Genre: Platform
|This movie utilizes all of the tricks found in the Super Mario World tricks
section in addition to new recently discovered tricks to beat the previous movie by 48.6 seconds. See the author's comments for more details.
Arguably one of the most well known and well developed SNES
hacks in existence, Super Demo World puts Mario into a new realm that spans well beyond his original adventure.
Features of Super Demo World include:
To see a much shorter run completing the minimum number of stages, see this run.
- Ability to store more unconventional items in the reserve box, such as a koopa, springboard, message box, or vine
- 120 exits in total, including two secret worlds
- Creative and challenging level design, with some puzzle elements thrown in
- "New" graphics (mostly backgrounds taken from other games, such as Donkey Kong Country 3 and Mega Man X)
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