Metroid Mission II
Release date: Jul 19, 2020
Author: Sapphron
Download: v1.2 (91 downloads)
Download: Contest v1.0 (41 downloads)
Genre: Quick Play [?]
Game: MZM
Difficulty: Vanilla [?]
Average runtime: 0:15
Average collection: 87%
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Forum thread: Contest Release
Rating: Star Star Star Star Star
Description
A small 20 minute hack in the style of the original Metroid II: Return of Samus.
The bosses you encounter have been buffed a good bit, so try not to die.

Thanks to NathanTech for ripping the tileset directly from M2, and Jiffy, Conner, and FrenchLightningJohn for testing.
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Ratings and Reviews
By Contendo on Jul 19, 2020 (Star Star Star Star Star )
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Play!

Finished
Recommend
By kkzero on Jul 19, 2020 (Star Star Star Star Star )
91% in 0:13
A short and sweet M2-looking adventure that's kind of trolley along the way, but it's all good. Recommend for those into the short GBATroid adventures.
By Metroid3D on Jul 19, 2020 (Star Star Star Star Star )
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While Conner previously surmised everything possible to say about the gameplay experience "Metroid Mission II" I felt it was necessary to further elaborate. Metroid Mission II is a classic example of a romhack that sucks. Hi, I'm Adam Brown, and this, is Gamemaker's Toolbox.

In the words of Rivers Cuomo, "Oh No." was the first thing on my mind when I begun playing this hack. The similarities to Metroid: Zero Mission, a game released by Nintendo for the Game Boy Advanced SP are striking, to go as far as to almost call this a ripoff. The two colour theme seems inspired at first but is a clear ripoff of "Metroid: Gefroren, aber auch heiß wie Feuer", a strange German import hack. The length, sloppily written story and overall themes of hot and cold bring memories so vivid and similar to "Metroid: Gefroren, aber auch heiß wie Feuer" that I would go as far as to accuse sapphron of plagerisim. Or, as Conner might say utilizing an old German expression: "Das Pferd ist den Kleber nicht wert, aus dem es besteht."

This is when I realized I was not actually playing "Metroid Mission II" and actually a .gba ROM file Conner sent me titled "freezenflamefuckyousapphron.gba".

Tune in next week, where I go over the differences between Sapphron and Conner.
By alexman25 on Jul 19, 2020 (Star Star Star Star Star )
91% in 0:35
Was an okay hack.

Main issues were a few "surprise mother-fricker" type enemy placements, and the way some stuff was hidden. Due to the way the rooms were tiled in the first place, there was really no way to find expansions (one of which I think was required to progress) other than randomly shooting around.

Four orbs instead of three due to the time-frame it was made in. If given more time in the oven, the meontioned issues likely wouldn't exist to the same capicity.
By ptoil on Jul 19, 2020 (Star Star Star Star Star )
75% in 0:11
Fun little experience. Despite being devoid of color, tiling is nice, although some items can be annoying to find.
By Syphon on Jul 20, 2020 (Star Star Star Star Star )
100% in 0:13
Really enjoyed this.

I recommend it.
By Cpt.Glitch on Jul 20, 2020 (Star Star Star Star Star )
91% in 0:12
Good hack Sapphron. Much better than Turkey Journey. I don't have too much to talk about, but it's worth a playthrough.
By TheGreatPikminZX789 on Jul 20, 2020 (Star Star Star Star Star )
83% in 0:13
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A short hack that has graphics from Metroid II: Samus Returns. Finding progression at first annoyed me because I had to shoot at a random tile in hopes of finding missiles after getting Morph Ball. Other than that, it was smooth sailing from there. A good hack to play through if you want to waste some time.
By SN_Ivan on Jul 22, 2020 (Star Star Star Star Star )
75% in 0:12
I liked the style and the progression. Some items were in random not very intuitive blocks but hey, what can you do with M2 tileset. Short, fresh and good. Recommend

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