Bob the Bass is at it again, terrorizing a small pond filled with puzzle objects! Do we have what it takes to fry the fishy and pilot our way to freedom?
This hack was a lot of fun! It only had four levels, but they were mostly unique and each one was fun to play.
Yoshi's house contained an optional level, as we have seen in hacks past. I came back for this at the end after realizing I didn't do it, hahah. I didn't understand how the ending worked to this level, but otherwise it was short and enjoyable. Always fun to sköldpaddor hop, hahah.
The first real level was quite challenging actually. The hopping Shy Guys were probably the trickiest part, but I lost some lives to the vertical puzzle room as well. Not the most exciting level I've ever played, but it used a lot of custom enemies and stuff to keep it interesting.
Next we have Bob the Bass chillin in his oversized puddle. It's quite the small level and really easy to figure out. I enjoyed the rhyming clue to help me find the invisible block - without that clue, that puzzle would not have been very fair, hahah. This one doesn't give us too much trouble, but it's memorable and works well with the theme of the hack.
The final level is a horizontal shooter stage, which I have never gotten to play before. It was pretty fun, although again it was a little simple. That seems to be the big downfall of this hack - simplicity. It's not simple as in "easy to figure out", which isn't necessarily a bad thing, but it's more simple in the way of "fast and easy to complete".
I think this hack could have benefit a lot from doubling or tripling the size and obstacles in the fish and switch level to give them more of a challenge, but that's just my opinion. There's nothing wrong with making a quick and fun hack, and I suppose if my big disappointment boils down to "I wish there were more of it" then it is doing pretty good!
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Squiggy's ROM Hack Romp is a series on Super Mario World ROM Hacks. In this series, I will play through SMW ROM Hacks that are submitted to me and that I pull off smwcentral.net. I'll always play the submitted ones first though!
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