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mibts
Posted on 03-24-17 10:09 PM Link | #82122
Here's a compilation of some things I did while hacking the game:

This includes Shy Guys, the sprinkler, Magikoopas, and of course Launch Stars. A download will be available when I finish the level that these objects are on. I will say, however, that the switch and Launch Star in this video will be absent.

(The Shy Guys have bad lighting, I know; I recently fixed that glitch. It turns out that SM64DSe doesn't transform normals by the inverse bone matrix like it does for vertex positions.)

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Current hack: Excerpt from Super Mario 256

Any map on a flat torus can be colored with at most 7 colors.

Shilz
Posted on 03-25-17 01:26 PM Link | #82129
Nice! One step closer to that "Super Mario 64 DS and Knuckles" hack i've been dreaming of!

mibts
Posted on 06-19-17 08:39 PM Link | #83874
Compilation #2


Because SM64DS needs more Tox Boxes.

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Current hack: Excerpt from Super Mario 256

Any map on a flat torus can be colored with at most 7 colors.

Super Hackio
Posted on 06-19-17 09:24 PM Link | #83875



These are AMAZING!!

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SMG RUN Progress: 11%
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I have a discord if you want:

Ndymario
Posted on 06-19-17 10:52 PM Link | #83880
I think being squished is better than instadeath for sideways toy boxes :P

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Here's my MvL Hacking thread
Also, if you hack NSMB DS, consider joining my Discord Server!

Hope to see you there!

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