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Daniel505465
Posted on 04-27-21 03:14 AM Link | #100141
Can somebody make a mod that allows you to twirl like in NSMBWii?

And a good refrence to the twirl is quickly pressing X+A in mid air with the Super Leaf.

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HEYimHeroic
Posted on 04-27-21 07:15 AM Link | #100142
i imagined it would be mapped to L/R, like it is in New Super Mario Bros. U, not X+A. it'd be more consistent across games that way

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yeah

Daniel505465
Posted on 04-27-21 04:32 PM Link | #100144
Yeah, I forgot to say that.

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ShadowWolf2279
Posted on 11-09-21 07:34 PM Link | #100696
I don't understand why they put the air twirl in NSMBWii, but they took it out of NSMB2. Then they brought it back in NSMBU.

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poudink
Posted on 11-09-21 11:20 PM Link | #100705
Gameplay-wise NSMB2 in general is a weird mix between NSMBDS and NSMBW despite the game itself being built off of NSMBW. They just regressed to NSMBDS in many ways (like world maps and power ups) for some reason. NSMBU didn't do that at all, tho.

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Daniel505465
Posted on 11-18-21 07:34 AM Link | #100719
But is it possible or not?

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DHTheGreat1
Posted on 08-04-22 03:16 PM Link | #100876
Posted by Daniel505465
But is it possible or not?


most things are possible, but only with extreme hex editing likely.


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