Need help with controls

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I'm currently playing Super Mario Frustration on my NES emulator.

I'm struggling with some controls. I don't know how to make a jump that looks like this and that. I couldn't replicate it no matter what.

I need some hints. How should I press buttons (A, B, up, down, left, right) to make these jumps?

Best Answer

As each romhack is more and more unique (Super Orb Bros is a standout SMB3 romhack that does new VERY well), it takes very fine-grained understanding of the height of jumps and running.

Some pointers I had to take away from Super Mario World, which is many iterations and a different engine but still worth noting comes from NES engine are:

  • Fluttering - re-grabbing run in the air in order to extend a jump
  • Re-grabbing - release and re-pressing a button.
  • Speed Jump - a P-speed jump which grants an additional tile in height

It's also worth noting that long-pressing jumps grant higher tiles than light taps.

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