According to the Gregorian calendar, it’s summer — and that means it’s time for some summer games. But I am only interested if we can get them done quick. Thankfully, the . has already raised more than $900,000. And that’s thanks in part to awesome events like the Super Mario World Kaizo blind relay race.
The race was spectacular and a must-watch for platforming fans. Instead of using standard Super Mario World levels, a team of modders built a series of “Kaizo” stages. Kaizo is a form of Super Mario World modding that takes the underlying physics of the game but then builds courses of punishing difficulty on top of them.
But he SGDQ levels aren’t just remixes. They feature entirely new mechanics like spinning