No, that will just make things worse and you know it. I didn't think MECHDRAGON777's screen was that bad when I played it, and at the time, I thought the extra power-ups were a suitable reward for going through that and NOT getting a star.Marina wrote:if you genuinly can't tell what is wrong with your screen, please go see...imnb4lMECHDRAGON777 wrote:Okay, may I know what is wrong with my level screen?
Here's the thing though: spite was absolutely not my intention when I made that screen. I honestly had NO IDEA anyone would have that much trouble on my screen, but this is coming from the guy who thought Sharp Objects Are Usually Deadly had reasonable difficulty. I tested my entire screen from start to finish each time without cheating (and as Super Mario) to make sure everything was possible, but I guess in doing that, I got used to everything and didn't realize how difficult it would be for everyone else. Also, remember that, per the rules, I only had a day to make and test it, but I was able to make it past the entire thing in one go without cheating as Super Mario.Turtwig wrote:IMNBH4L's section is even worse. Putting all of that in one screen just to spite the player is just...rude :/
Also, for the second nighttime screen, the bot is there so you can make it TO the Snifit and key without getting hit (raocow tanked that part each time, so he never had to do that). To get back, you had to alternate between spinjump-grabbing the key and spinjump-grabbing the Snifit to slowly build a bridge back to the spinies (set them DOWN, don't throw them). That's also the intended way to get past the second evening screen: alternate between the key and mushroom block.