|Original Game:||Super Mario Bros. 3|
|Genre:||Action > Platformer|
|Requirements:||No Special Requirements|
Don’t think this is gonna be a 100% Gold Remake, it’ll have its differences. Extra battles (some’ll be optionals, tough but rewarding), Hoenn Pokemon (in every area, and hard to find) New areas, Remapped some dungeons (so your old guides wont work) , Extra recurring characters (some’ll hate you, some’ll help you)
Note that the hack is incomplete but feel free to enjoy the hack as-is.
================ Super Mario Bros. in the Mystery of the Flying Fish A hack by PSlugworth Apply the IPS patch to your "Super Mario Bros 3 (U) (PRG 0).nes" ROM (file name based on the GoodNES ROM set). ==================== First Public Release: Saturday, July 23, 2005 ======= Concept: I'm calling this a "mini-hack" because there is only going to be one world. Quite frankly, I lose interest in PLAYING most hacks after around one world, much less MAKING them. Plus the theme of the hack is good for about a world, but would definitely run thin quickly if it went on for two worlds or more, so I figured this was the best route. ===== Story: While Mario is romping through the Mushroom Kingdom's royal water fountains one day, he is witness to a mysterious phenomenon: the fish from around the kingdom begin to take flight! It's up to the Mario Brothers to find out what is responsible (I wonder...) and stop it before the local fish markets are all dried up! ================ Additional Notes: That's the loosest story I could come up with that incorporated the theme of the hack. In all honesty? I came up with the theme and title (which I thought was pretty damned funny) and eventually BSed a story out of it! But that's not important -- its' a fun hack, regardless! I would rate this as pretty challenging; even I found myself swearing at my computer more than once playing through it. But it's not impossible, and it never gets so frustrating that it's not fun anymore. As you may have guessed, every level features fish, and -- because there just weren't enough in the original SMB3 -- they all auto-scroll. Thanks, PSlugworth e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org on AIM: PSlugworth