That course could arguably be among the hardest courses in Super Mario World if you're lacking a Cape Feather, especially at the final segment before the Reznor battle.Well idk, Valley Fortress is my favorite level in Super Mario World because it has loads of Skewer goodness.
But who's actually going to do a Wario adaptation? Mario still somehow managed to pull through a few western adaptations (a lot of old content to be fair) including Super Mario Adventures, those Nintendo Comic System things, these weird books, and so on. Only Wario ones that's kinda ever been done are manga, including hut not limited to Ore Wario Dayo?You know, one thing I'd love to see but that probably won't happen is a Wario comic series in the style of the modern Sonic and Mega Man comics, especially if it was written by Ian Flynn or anyoen else similarly "clued-in" to the source material. There's enough storylines and characters for good storytelling potential and Wario doesn't seem to have the strict oversight that have traditionally sunk attempts to adapt Mario.
It's always fun to me to have someone who's only ever played other genre of gaming, or avoided gaming their whole life play W1-1, and watch them run into the goomba, fall down pits, and other antics.There's probably been more people who've played World 1-1 of SMB while already being aware of what to do in a Super Mario game than people who've played it for the first time as their first Mario game.
It's just interesting when you think about how World 1-1 was designed to help new players learn the basics of the game and its controls.