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The_Ink_Pit_Ox

What levels have you skipped, typically out of frustration?

For me, I always, always skip the "evil sun" level in Super Mario Bros. 3 desert world. How, you ask? I use the P-wing, of course!

I also just now skipped a the first level of the upper bridge in Super Mario World.

I do try several times before skipping them. If I feel guilty enough, I go back and try beating them legitimately.

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Happy_Mask

Lol, after 100%ing smb3, I don't think I ever played the final fortress(not bowser's castle) again.

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The_Ink_Pit_Ox

I've been skipping to the Friend Like Me level in Aladdin for the SNES. The escape from the Cave of Wonders level is very unfair.

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CerealKiller528

I skipped most of the original Super Mario Bros using the warp pipes...

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The_Ink_Pit_Ox

CerealKiller528 wrote:

I skipped most of the original Super Mario Bros using the warp pipes...

I've done that only when I have to do the entire world again after I lose to false Bowser.

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SKTTR

I try not to skip levels. But apart from Mario there were few games I played where this was even possible.
I remember World of Goo had a level skip system, but I didn't want to use it because I didn't need it.
And my newest Wii U addition, Puddle, has a skip feature as well, but I want to try and beat all levels anyway.

A skip system is either for the not-so-good gamers to make some progress in the harder stages,
or is an indicator for unbalanced difficulty design, because a fair question would be "why should I skip this early stage? Are the later ones going to be easier?" But to be honest, many games have a "tricky midway nemesis" stage. When levelskip is used in the right games it could ease the frustration.

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