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Submission #1915: Panda's SNES Super Mario World Hell Edition in 11:55.3

Console: Super NES
Game name: Super Mario World Hell Edition
Game version: USA v1.0
ROM filename: super hell world.smc
Emulator: (unknown)
Movie length: 11:55.3
FrameCount: 42918
Re-record count: 3816
Author's real name: Leandro R
Author's nickname: Panda
Submitter: Panda
Submitted at: 2008-04-03 03:53:19
Text last edited at: 2014-12-28 03:26:36
Text last edited by: CoolKirby
Download: Download (3089 bytes)
Status: decision: rejected
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Author's comments and explanations:
Hello, I've always watched TASs from here and speedruns.net, and now I did my first atempt.

It was on a SMW hack made by Zekader, and it has no real ending (you can see on a video on Youtube).

IP Patch: http://www.zophar.net/hacks/files/smwhelle10.zip Rom to be patched: Super Mario World (US).smc

Game objectives

  • Emulator used: Snes9X 1.43+ v9
  • No damage / Fast time
  • Clear all levels


Unfortunately, I don't know how to do the wall jump, so some parts will be a little slow (and boring -.-'), though I've tried a lot of times.

If there is any way I can improve it, please comment.

Stage by stage comments

Stage 00

Nothing interesting, just go forward.

Stage 01

Lost some speed when hitting the wall. Should have used less spin jump too.

Stage 02

Lost speed on musical notes blocks.

Stage 09 and 0A

Boring ones, I have nothing to do but wait --'.

Stage 0C

Auto scroll level, gained some lives.

Stage 0F (last level)

Cape and Yoshi was needed to complete the level. After I get the star, I've tried everythign to don't fall after hitting the musical note block.

Bisqwit: Rejecting for reasons including breaking the site's rules by using a not-allowed hacked game, and sub-standard playing quality. I wish you good luck on your next TAS project! Please read the rules and guidelines to better accustomize yourself with this site's goals.

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