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Super Mario Land 2...now in glorious colour....

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It’s a great game but it is easy. You can play through the whole thing within an hour once you’re familiar with the levels, and a good running jump with rabbit ears can skip over huge parts of levels ;) 

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Slight tangent, but weren’t a few more colourised remakes of GB games scheduled for the Game Boy? I remember Metroid 2 was announced but later cancelled, and we got Tetris and Link’s Awakening of course, but I’m sure a few more were planned along the way.

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It's not a romhack but the remake of Metroid 2 is incredible - search on AM2R , available for loads of systems.  The Vita version has a gamebreaking bug but it's the game I spent most of my time playing this year.

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I love this kind of passion project. Taking an old game and giving it a fresh pick of paint. Effectively making it how you saw it in your mind as a kid (I.e. Filling in the colour on a GameBoy game in your head as you play it if that makes sense) l. So many brilliant GameBoy games (the ones specifically designed as GameBoy games as opposed to downports of console games) that would benefit from this sort of treatment. Love it!

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This is a romhack?  Wow, looks good!

 

Game was still way too easy though.  I blame the battery-backed up save.  Games were better when you had to spend another whole day plowing through all the levels again until you got back to the same spot as the last time before you set a new benchmark *waveswalkingstick*

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