Hi people! Sorry for my delay in replying, but as a divorced "daddy", the time I can spend with my son when he' s on vacation is sacred. Now, let's get to action:
Well, crap. I just saw this. Maybe I made those box arts for nothing.....
Not at all, I love these covers! I was already going to include you in the acknowledgements of the video presentation of the hack for your enthusiasm and numerous contributions in the form of ideas. Many of them have been incorporated at the end so. With your permission, I'd love to add those links to the covers.
I just saw a noncompilant request from USC in the queue, the hack may end up getting removed!
Green Jerry: I received messages notifying me that this hack violates the site guidelines on explicit content. I set up the non-compliance flag so that the authors have a chance to respond to or clarify the concern. Other reviewers will take a look at the hack as well, so we'll get this sorted out.
Cool site this one is... Anyways, glad I got it in time, and I'm glad you didn't bend to this censorship.
Really cool hack man! Congrats on the release.
It is sad that your project was under the departure from this zone. So much effort, and, alas and ah.
Honestly, it looks great. I really say: "You have done everything perfectly .." I would have had such a Hack in my pirated days - I would have claimed that this is a license even at an older age.
It was something I expected, although honestly before I self-censored my work, I wanted to check whether the site's policies apply in terms of " B&W" or whether they would take context into account.
I have nothing against sites like "BHDN", but I don't feel that projects like this or my previous hack (a fairly respectful political satire) have to be with hacks that play at being deliberately controversial with topics like sex, racism, etc. My hack only includes a topless and a spicy joke, but as the saying goes, "My house, my rules". Although I don't agree with it, I respect that the owners of RHDN want to protect their work and the work of all those who share it on their website and that they prefer not to play with fire and provoke some kind of reaction that destroys it, so plan B: I'll censor my work in order to share it. But don't worry, you won't need to create a hastag #ReleaseTheOnionsCut XD, because with the presentation video I will publish a link to the the full version. I just hope you don't go blind or burn in hell for playing it XDD.
very good, but there is a serious collision problem in mario's head, it doesn't hit anything, if it's corrected, you'll have to fix that skewer of locks that stick out from top to bottom, when it's halfway through due to the head not being hit, but correcting yourself will have to make this obstacle slower or it will be impossible to pass without losing a heart
Supergamerguy: but mario's head doesn't have a collision, it looks like a phantom head because everything goes through it, if this were corrected it would be much better, right, even the stars that we peeled in the game we can't catch when it plays, but from the waist down
I haven't forgotten about you flaviogames XD. I understand what the problem is, but let me explain a few things:
1) Mario's sprite is exactly 3 pixels taller than Bob's. I did my best to make them similar in size and not affect the collision box without distorting the plumber's proportions.
2) That collision problem in the sprite's head as you see in the gif already exists in the original game. Bob's head and hammer go through objects like a ghost. This can be deliberate: A very tight collision box can ruin the game experience. An example? The sewer level in "Bartman meets Radioactive Man". Another explanation (and this is a theory, though based on various indications) is that the developers ran out of time to test and polish the game.
And with that said, I will resubmit the game (this time censored), pray for the best and move on. I hope you can enjoy it soon.