Super metroid turbo!
Release date: Nov 05, 2019
Author: samsamcmoi
Download: Super Metroid turbo ! 0.7.3 (375 downloads)
Genre: Improvement [?]
Game: SM
Difficulty: Vanilla [?]
Average runtime: 1:10
Average collection: 88%
Read Me: [None]
Rating: Star Star Star Star Star
Description
Super Metroid turbo!

Faster speed mode, based on Project Base 0.7.3 (Gameplay only), with Control Freak.
what this patch does :

Remove doors transitions for increase doors speed. (thanks to P.JBoy)
Doors opening faster, from project base 0.7.3 feature
Super fast elevators
Remove fanfare music when collecting new item and replaces them with sound FX that don't interupt the BG music, thanks to Sadiztyk Fish
hold down to make bombs explode instantly with no jump (only works on the ground), from project base 0.7.3 feature
charge beam attracts energy/ammo drops from enemies much faster and smoother than before, from project base 0.7.3 feature
Samus's suit palette in the ending will match the suit that was equipped when the game was beaten, from project base 0.7.3 feature
Morphball animation plays only if Samus actually moving, from project base 0.7.3 feature
Samus now has a fully drawn suit in the equipment pause menu, from project base 0.7.3 feature
Display hours:minutes:seconds format when ending game (THE OPERATION WAS COMPLETED SUCCESSFULLY CLEAR TIME) instead of hours:minutes. thanks to PHOSPHOTiDYL
Display gametime, and percent item collect to the Equipment pause Screen. thanks to scyzer and PHOSPHOTiDYL
Control Freak : Changes the control setup for the game, to something closer to the newer GBA Metroid games, thanks to Kejardon

Optionnal :
Patch for skipping intro & ceres : start directly to zebes on landing site.
Patch for restore doors speed to the same speed as default project base
Patch for restore elevators speed to the same speed as default project base
Patch for restore default gameplay (remove Kejardon's Control Freak)
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Ratings and Reviews
By MetroidNerd#9001 on Nov 26, 2019 (Star Star Star Star Star )
65% in 1:12
Proper timing display: 1:12:51
There are some decent features here, but its nothing groundbreaking. Most of what can be found here can also be found elsewhere. Features like the instant-bomb and the fast text boxes were a welcome addition, but so little else was changed to warrant playing this as a standalone hack. It's nice as a base for a hack that doesn't quite want to use Project Base, but still wants some of the features it offers. The main problem is that the faster door transitions sometimes cause the game to freeze up a bit after Samus has already entered the room. This only lasts for a split second at a time, but it is enough to be annoying. Hopefully, it is fixable. I also have my own opinions about Control Freak, but I will voice them in a sister review.
By Syphon on Dec 29, 2019 (Star Star Star Star Star )
100% in 1:09
There is little reason to play/use this when Project Base exists unless you really dislike PB's warmer colors or the vanilla SM controls. Good work regardless.
By Aran;Jaeger on Jan 05, 2020 (Star Star Star Star Star )
100% in 1:11
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Proper In-Game-Time Collection display: 01:11:35.
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