What makes it crazy: From the moment this hack loads up, it’s
akin to staring into the abyss that is the creator’s black, black heart. With a
minefield of invisible blocks that’ll stuff your every attempted jump as well as a ridiculously small margin for error, this is one of the trolliest hacks out
there – as in, it will constantly find new ways to enrage you with each level.
You know a game is hard when it poses a challenge even while playing it at
super-slow speeds with tool assistance.
Our favorite part: We quite honestly have no idea what’s
going on past 1:43. Probably because we could only reach that stage in our
Mario Must Die
A hacked version of: Super Mario World
What makes it crazy: Things just got serious: According to the
intro screen, Bowser recruited the assistance of Hitler and Satan to ensure
that Mario couldn’t reach the princess this time around. Every level in this
extensive hack feels like a maze – a maze that will kill you again and again
and again. To make the pain less severe, each level includes classic music like
the Bubbleman theme to help dull the stinging of your sore fingers.
Our favorite part: We got nostalgia chills when the
Mario-fied version of the Zombies Ate My Neighbors theme really kicked in at
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