Remember something Super Mario Maker going crazy, when a bunch of sadistic background-obsessed players will show off their near-impossibility? And then, just a few days later, some player who is even more obsessed with the background of sadism will post a video of themselves beating it?
Well, now you can relive those glory days with this incredible combination of Super Mario and Celeste, released as its own game and dubbed “the darling of two incredible discs” by its creator, MarkAlarm. Imagine Mario, but he can dash, jump walls and overcome an anxiety disorder. That’s what we always wanted!
The game was released to celebrate Celeste’s fourth birthday, a milestone that Maddy Thorson, director, write aboutdetails the weirdness of linking the game’s age to so many important things in her life that happened before and since.
Here’s the trailer for Celeste.smc:
“The hack isn’t to recreate Celeste 1:1, but rather a mix between it and Super Mario World. It combines standard kaizo mechanics with Celeste physics and design philosophy, while still having the feel of it. like a Mario hack Heavy The inspiration is clearly taken from Celeste, although a lot of the hacks include my own design style which I find to be the best mix of mechanics from the two games. “
The hack took MarkAlarm “easily over 1,000 hours” and involved 22,000 lines of handwritten assembly code. MarkAlarm notes that it can be “rough on the hand”, especially with an actual SNES controller. You can Download the hack here.
https://www.nintendolife.com/news/2022/01/random-this-fan-made-snes-hack-combines-celeste-with-super-mario Random: This fan-made SNES hack combines Celeste with Super Mario