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Hiccup
Posted on 11-22-16 09:02 AM Link | #79843
I make the mistake of deleting stuff without disproving it twice, so I get banned? :X
Could I have a second chance? I won't delete anything without disproving it. And no I'm pretty sure you didn't ban me because I posted some requests...

shibboleet
Posted on 11-22-16 09:58 AM Link | #79844
he literally just said you act like you own the database, what part of that isn't clear

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StapleButter
Posted on 11-22-16 10:15 AM Link | #79845
This database doesn't have a revision system, and I don't feel like going and implementing one, so I want to trust people to be responsible and not get into fucking edit wars.

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Hiccup
Posted on 11-22-16 12:32 PM (rev. 3 of 11-22-16 01:10 PM) Link | #79846
what if I promise to not delete anything from the database -full stop-?

Gimzie
Posted on 11-22-16 05:11 PM (rev. 3 of 11-22-16 05:32 PM) Link | #79848
There is no reason to remove my database access, when I contributed things.

SMBNext has nothing to do with this at all and I really want to put that behind me.

EDIT v2: I never got into any kind of "edit war", just said that someone was nullifing sprite information, and provided two sprites that I contributed to as an example. Sorry for any confusion. (I am trying to be a better person, especially after that next crap)

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MC708
Posted on 11-22-16 05:36 PM Link | #79849
Welp, NSMB2 hacking has progressed quickly, already having a Sprite Database with this much progress. I wonder if it'll be as popular as NSMB hacking?

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Toms
Posted on 11-22-16 05:40 PM Link | #79850
Probably not. The game is too similar to NSMBW to recive lots of attention

MC708
Posted on 11-22-16 05:41 PM Link | #79851
I find it more interesting to hack handheld games though (IDK why) - and besides that, NSMBWii hacking got quite some attention (for a while)

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Gimzie
Posted on 11-22-16 05:42 PM Link | #79852
NSMB2 is like a handheld version of NSMBW, except with less features. :P


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MC708
Posted on 11-22-16 05:43 PM Link | #79853
Posted by Gimzie
NSMB2 is like a handheld version of NSMBW, except with less features. :P


Well that is a good point, and it is harder to play NSMB2 hacks.

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Gimzie
Posted on 11-22-16 05:44 PM Link | #79854
I think you mean NSMBW hacks

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MC708
Posted on 11-22-16 05:46 PM Link | #79855
By play I meant emulate, as in actually getting it onto the console. For wii, you just need to Homebrew it regularly, but for 3DS games, in some firmware versions you have to hardmod.

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Gimzie
Posted on 11-22-16 05:47 PM Link | #79856
Posted by MattCrafter
By play I meant emulate, as in actually getting it onto the console. For wii, you just need to Homebrew it regularly, but for 3DS games, in some firmware versions you have to hardmod.


Nah, for the Wii you have to walk. For the 3DS, just edit stuff, compile it, place your sd card in, replace it, and run it through hans.

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shibboleet
Posted on 11-22-16 05:48 PM Link | #79857
Posted by Hiccup
what if I promise to not delete anything from the database -full stop-?

yeah, yet you did the same thing on NSMBDS's sprite database and were completely warned about it. It's common sense.

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MC708
Posted on 11-22-16 05:50 PM Link | #79858
Getting Hans could be the hard part though, for certain people because of firmware etc. But if you have Hans I would assume that it would be easy enough :)

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Gimzie
Posted on 11-22-16 05:51 PM Link | #79859
Hans is just a normal homebrew...

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MC708
Posted on 11-22-16 05:54 PM Link | #79860
Posted by Gimzie
Hans is just a normal homebrew...

Yes, but it might be difficult to get the homebrew for the 3DS, am I right?

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Gimzie
Posted on 11-22-16 05:55 PM Link | #79861
No, as long as you're on the right firmware, just use a qr code and you're done.

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MC708
Posted on 11-22-16 05:56 PM Link | #79862
Woah, you can do it through QR codes? That's pretty cool, actually. The only problem is I'm using latest firmware with only hardmodding as a way to homebrew right now <_<

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Gimzie
Posted on 11-22-16 05:58 PM Link | #79863
Nah, buy fieldrunners and wait for slowhax. I assume it will come out near this black friday, when lots of people will get new n3dses. (Especially after the Pokemon Moon/Sun bans)

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