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** Fast forward to 2018 and you can add game mods of Doki Doki Literature Club!, Hard Time, Geoguessr, and a few speedruns of Metroid Fusion here and there to the list.


** [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UDvRbRbX0k4 Yes boys, YES BOYS!!! That's how you...]]




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** His recent marathon speedrun of Secret Maryo Chronicles during ResortFest International 2019. He died over and over again halfway into world 2 due to input lag (or so he claimed it was this, though he never made frequent mistakes on one level the way he did in previous runs). Almost 4 minutes later, he closes his internet browser that he had open to read the stream chat... and then the inputs started responding perfectly again; in fact, he followed up with a very good world 3 and 4.
** During this entire hour long stream of Akumajou Densetsu world record improvement attempts, he couldn't get past block 3 even once. The stage 3 Cyclops fight, which is normally second nature, was failed '''twice''' in back to back runs. Then he decided to do practice... and started doing the fight perfectly again as soon as the runs were already dead.


* ShoutOut: Needs its own page.

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* ShoutOut: Needs [[ShoutOut/{{Levelengine}} has its own page.page]].


* TheMostInterestingManInTheWorld: What else can be said about a guy who has:
** Killed an '''invisible''' boss.
** Cleared almost every exit in Hammer Brother Demo 3.
** Played and beat a horribly glitched up version of Super Mario World.
** Played an SMW hack with only one level, that lasted for all of ''11 seconds''.
** Then later played an SMW hack that tried to pass itself off as an "art game" that had pretty much nothing to play.
** Got a bunch of Koreans pissed off with him back in 2015.
** Went from being godawful to godlike in Castlevania III.
** Had Castlevania III decide to outright '''make him dead''' in the final stage.
** This could go on all day...

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* TheMostInterestingManInTheWorld: What else can be said about a guy who has:
** Killed an '''invisible''' boss.
** Cleared almost every exit in Hammer Brother Demo 3.
** Played and beat a horribly glitched up version of Super Mario World.
** Played an SMW hack with only one level, that lasted for all of ''11 seconds''.
** Then later played an SMW hack that tried to pass itself off as an "art game" that had pretty much nothing to play.
** Got a bunch of Koreans pissed off with him back in 2015.
** Went from being godawful to godlike in Castlevania III.
** Had Castlevania III decide to outright '''make him dead''' in the final stage.
** This could go on all day...


* CrowningMomentOfAwesome: Considering the kind of person he can present himself as sometimes, it was really surprising to see him get very close to holding a world record.
** And then, actually getting it after being within 1 second of kmac's 26:37 run, '''twice'''.
*** He claimed it back, which it sat at a 26:08 before he again lost it to CLChambers.
** [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qiUa8iBE0QA The new Sypha world record.]]
** [[https://youtu.be/JBQ1MGMMDRM?t=1m24s The ending to this specific speedrun.]] For further details, [[spoiler: he gets to the final level 35 seconds ahead of his previous best run and is on pace to push the run over the top, playing an incredible last stage, until he gets a bad drop which removes his subweapon he would have otherwise used to kill Dracula quickly. But then, he lands a critical hit glitch on Dracula ''without even trying'', which is frame perfect and ends up saving him 3 to 4 cycles of the fight and essentially saves his run from losing too much time on the boss. The rest is history.]]
--> '''Oh my god! I got a crit, I got the crit!'''

* [[DVDCommentary Creator's Commentary]]: Levelengine made several SMW hacks, some of which he played on the channel

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* CrowningMomentOfAwesome: Considering the kind of person he can present himself as sometimes, it was really surprising to see him get very close to holding a world record.
** And then, actually getting it after being within 1 second of kmac's 26:37 run, '''twice'''.
*** He claimed it back, which it sat at a 26:08 before he again lost it to CLChambers.
** [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qiUa8iBE0QA The new Sypha world record.]]
** [[https://youtu.be/JBQ1MGMMDRM?t=1m24s The ending to this specific speedrun.]] For further details, [[spoiler: he gets to the final level 35 seconds ahead of his previous best run and is on pace to push the run over the top, playing an incredible last stage, until he gets a bad drop which removes his subweapon he would have otherwise used to kill Dracula quickly. But then, he lands a critical hit glitch on Dracula ''without even trying'', which is frame perfect and ends up saving him 3 to 4 cycles of the fight and essentially saves his run from losing too much time on the boss. The rest is history.]]
--> '''Oh my god! I got a crit, I got the crit!'''

* [[DVDCommentary
DVDCommentary: Creator's Commentary]]: Commentary: Levelengine made several SMW hacks, some of which he played on the channel



* JackOfAllTrades: Aside from SMW hack related content, he's also uploaded a lot of Castlevania-related content, and also a few videos about Minecraft, Magic the Gathering, reading forum posts, other retro games (like the Ninja Gaiden NES trilogy), Happy Wheels (he didn't continue to do any past 2012), YouTube Poops, and other random videos here and there.

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* JackOfAllTrades: Aside from SMW hack related content, he's also uploaded a lot of Castlevania-related content, and also a few videos about Minecraft, Magic the Gathering, reading forum posts, other retro games (like the Ninja Gaiden NES trilogy), Happy Wheels (he didn't continue to do any past 2012), YouTube Poops, WebAnimation/{{YouTube Poop}}s, and other random videos here and there.



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** [[https://youtu.be/OFTlLMqRJtQ?t=12615 During a casual Zelda II playthrough that at that point lasted almost 3 full hours, he accidentally resets. And he had no saved data.]]


** And then, actually getting it after being within 1 second of kmac's 26:37 run, twice.
*** He claimed it back, now it sits at a 26:08.

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** And then, actually getting it after being within 1 second of kmac's 26:37 run, twice.
'''twice'''.
*** He claimed it back, now which it sits sat at a 26:08.26:08 before he again lost it to CLChambers.
** [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qiUa8iBE0QA The new Sypha world record.]]
** [[https://youtu.be/JBQ1MGMMDRM?t=1m24s The ending to this specific speedrun.]] For further details, [[spoiler: he gets to the final level 35 seconds ahead of his previous best run and is on pace to push the run over the top, playing an incredible last stage, until he gets a bad drop which removes his subweapon he would have otherwise used to kill Dracula quickly. But then, he lands a critical hit glitch on Dracula ''without even trying'', which is frame perfect and ends up saving him 3 to 4 cycles of the fight and essentially saves his run from losing too much time on the boss. The rest is history.]]
--> '''Oh my god! I got a crit, I got the crit!'''


Levelengine is a Let's Player who focuses on Super Mario World hacks, and has also built many over the years as well.

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Levelengine is a Let's Player who focuses on Super Mario World hacks, and has also built many over the years as well.
well. Also speedruns Castlevania games and romhacks, and holds the WR for the Castlevania III US version's Alucard route.


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* CrowningMomentOfAwesome: Considering the kind of person he can present himself as sometimes, it was really surprising to see him get very close to holding a world record.
** And then, actually getting it after being within 1 second of kmac's 26:37 run, twice.
*** He claimed it back, now it sits at a 26:08.


!! Levelengine's videos contains examples of the following

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!! Levelengine's videos contains examples of the followingfollowing:


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* SturgeonsLaw: A lot of the Super Mario World hacks he's played are crap.

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*** Also, he wants WR back for Alucard.

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* HandyFeet: [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6Rc1hzrZNt0 However, this was only ever seen once.]] Well he still beat one level in Super Mario World using only his feet.


--> [[{{Main/Irony}} I CAN SPELLL]]

--> ''(much earlier in the stream, for context on this one)'' i'm a child I'm 12
--> ALSO YOSHI I'm your younger brother
--> Well you will eventually have to get a job
--> i'm 14 I can't yet

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--> '''THE REAL SONS OF FUN''': [[{{Main/Irony}} I CAN SPELLL]]

--> '''YoshiGaming HD''' ''(much earlier in the stream, for context on this one)'' one)'': i'm a child I'm 12
--> '''LUMBER CLONE 99''': [[{{Main/BlatantLies}} ALSO YOSHI I'm your younger brother
brother]]
--> '''SMW Physicist''' ''(quote also included for context)'': Well you will eventually have to get a job
--> '''LUMBER CLONE 99''': i'm 14 I can't yet


--> '''THE REAL SONS OF FUN''': [[{{Main/Irony}} I CAN SPELLL]]

--> '''YoshiGaming HD''' ''(much earlier in the stream, for context on this one)'': i'm a child I'm 12
--> '''LUMBER CLONE 99''': ALSO YOSHI I'm your younger brother
--> '''SMW Physicist''': Well you will eventually have to get a job
--> '''LUMBER CLONE 99''': i'm 14 I can't yet

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--> '''THE REAL SONS OF FUN''': [[{{Main/Irony}} I CAN SPELLL]]

--> '''YoshiGaming HD''' ''(much earlier in the stream, for context on this one)'': one)'' i'm a child I'm 12
--> '''LUMBER CLONE 99''': ALSO YOSHI I'm your younger brother
--> '''SMW Physicist''': Well you will eventually have to get a job
--> '''LUMBER CLONE 99''': i'm 14 I can't yet


--> '''THE REAL SONS OF FUN''': [[Irony I CAN SPELLL]]

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--> '''THE REAL SONS OF FUN''': [[Irony [[{{Main/Irony}} I CAN SPELLL]]


--> '''THE REAL SONS OF FUN''': I CAN SPELLL

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--> '''THE REAL SONS OF FUN''': [[Irony I CAN SPELLL
SPELLL]]

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