Discussion in 'Showroom' started by SuperSayian Zrise, Aug 13, 2021.
But SonLVL does not require you to use asm.
What do you usually edit?
If you want to go old school, I've heard hex editing is a good time
For these things it could be fine.
I have to admit that using the old ways has its own charm.
In any case I suggest you try to work with the editor and the dissasembly I gave you, you might like it
I'm back with another project and its made with ReadySonic.
Sonic The Hedgehog Project 50 is a little hack I'm working on and made it because why not?
There are 3 levels finished and those are: Goldshine Hill Zone Act 1 & 2 plus Marble Zone Act 1
Anyways one more thing I'm gonna say before you download. GHZ act 1 layout and object placement is taken from another hack I'm working on and the object placement is modified a bit from the original source hack. One extra thing. The palette and everything else is original same for the other levels plus Sonic's palette.
Again, another bad palletes and poor designed hack... Why you release multiple poor hacks and not a (more developed) big one?
Edit:I see a lot of cutted chunks
I am making more bigger ones like Sonic 1 World. (Which is renamed. But I'm not releasing the name until the full hack release.) And other big ones. But can you actually see I don't have a team. And why people think my palettes suck? They are not all bad which is the truth.
Goldshine Hill Zone's palette is actually good or are people just haters and love hyper basic palettes that are the default. And you could just use another palette and make a Green Hill Zone good future palette. And how is it poor? There are hacks ten times worse than this and those will be considered better. I see some hate floating in you're post.
Do you want to know why people say these sorts of things?
Well, ever since you joined the community, you've been pushing your ego way too far by posting the same hacks with the same palette and level design structure. Since May, you've sent at least 20 hacks with the same criticism from a lot of us in the community. You've also outright ignored our advice and kept repeating the same cycle by sending ROM hacks and hearing the same reviews.
But do you want to know how to gain positive traction with your hacks?
Don't post anything here for at least a few months until you read guides and put a lot of effort in. Read back your message histories and see the advice we gave you as a community that you didn't take into account. I know it's hard for you since you like this site a lot but you need to understand, a lot of us don't fancy the hacks you've presented us. Think about how we feel and how you can redeem yourself.
Is better post 1 or 2 good hacks than 20 or 30 bad hacks, quality is better than quantity... Btw the pallete of ghz is "good" (why the grass is yellow) but the pallete of mz... Bad, so Mz is impossible because in one part with a spring you cant make a wall jump... So thats bad.
Personally I agree too, I also like the name
But there are problems with this hack,
in the first zone there are too many holes everywhere, so you could put a rock that stops Sonic so that the player can notice the obstacle.
Speaking of mz ,there are two colors that prevail, blue and purple which are too light and mismatched.
There is a part that looks like there is a huge hole, but can actually walk over it.
You would have done better to put a platform to fill it.
Finally, let's talk about the part of the wall.
in this part you should get the Power Sneakers, so that Sonic can jump between the two walls.
But if the player doesn't understand how to move forward, they get stuck there until time runs out.
There could be two types of solutions:
1-Create an alternative route;
2-Put the walls closer together
As others have told you, you should focus on creating a complete rom hack, with proper tools.
To start you could get a cue from Sonic Hack - Sonic 2 Return to Westside Island:
It doesn't add anything new, but it has an excellent level design and palletes.
I think I've written too much
But I think you have potential
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