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Author Topic: ROM Hacks: The First Completed Studio Ghibli hack ever! - Castle in the Sky (SMB1 hack)  (Read 1513 times)

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Update By: Supergamerguy

Journey through the mysterious world of Laputa in this hack and help Pazu to rescue Sheeta and the pirates from the evil hands of Muska. Based on the incredible animated movie by Studio Ghibli, Castle in the Sky, this hack takes place entirely on the floating castle itself. You can run through the castle gardens, its walls, its massive forest, and the weaponized underbelly itself to defeat all of Muska’s minions and save your friends.

Almost every graphic has been changed to fit the Castle in the Sky aesthetic and incorporate its wide array of varied enemies. The most current version is V1.2, which fixes some graphical oversights of the previous versions and is, for now, the final and definitive version in regards to graphics.

Be on the lookout for some more hacking action in the future though! Who said Pazu ever had to journey alone? Maybe a friend can join in on the action and they can work together Co-Operatively to help save Laputa......

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ASR_94

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What a cool idea i love the Studio Ghibli movies and Super Mario great job! :thumbsup:

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What a cool idea i love the Studio Ghibli movies and Super Mario great job! :thumbsup:

Thanks ASR_94! I also absolutely adore the Studio Ghibli movies and loved making this hack. Glad to know there are other Studio Ghibli fans out there playing my hack! :laugh:

Stay tuned for some more Castle in the Sky content coming soon  ;)
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This and cute, and makes me realize how amazing a full-fledged Laputa-based JRPG in the style of Skies of Arcadia would be. One can dream...