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HEYimHeroic
Posted on 04-23-20 10:26 PM, in Kuribo64 Town Square Link | #99022
ah, i was wondering where Lefty had gone. hey

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HEYimHeroic
Posted on 04-30-20 03:17 PM, in thousandth-day-iversary (aka i have an existential crisis at age 17) Link | #99032
so! i just checked, and by coincidence, it seems today is my 1000th day being registered on Kuribo64! time... really goes by.

it really still feels like i'm one of the newer users. like i've registered at most a few months ago. but a thousand days... so much has changed since then. it's really weird when i put things into perspective like that. it feels unreal. i've seen users post their last message on this site, and at the time i didn't even know it. users who registered years before i ever did.

i feel like i've definitely also matured quite a bit. and honestly, i feel like Kuribo64 had a lot to do with it. (i'm also sure my first serious big relationship had a big role in that too, of course, but K64 definitely left its impact)

when i first started out on K64, i was kind of a derp. i was just like every other newbie on the site. someone with plenty of ideas, but very little know-how on getting them done. someone with a huge plan for a full mario galaxy rom hack!!! full game 2.5 2!!!!!! and as i stuck around here, and looked around at reality, saw it had to stay that way: an idea. any of my super ambitious goals weren't just going to be handed to me.

i remember when i first realized what K64 was. when i was really young (probably 10?), i remember sitting in front of my Wii after just learning you can connect a USB keyboard to it to type. i hopped on my Wii's Opera browser and searched for "Super Mario Galaxy new mods no SD card" because i had 0 understanding of how any of that worked and thought i could download mods straight from my Wii's browser.

well, one of the links i clicked on were on Kuribo64. this happened twice. and the only reason i know this is because i kept getting worried my parents would walk in and see NWPlayer123's pfp of My Little Pony, or SquidEmpress's post layout of some anime girl and would think i'm gay or something (spoilers!)

i don't remember exactly what was being talked about in the posts, but i do know it had to have been around the time SMG2.5 was popping off. little did i know, i was witnessing something big. something that would have a real lasting effect on the community as a whole.

so when i realized that Kuribo64 was that place i visited all those years ago, i looked into the old archives. i read those things for hours. it was a weird feeling. now, i know why SMG2.5 ended how it did. i knew that even back then. but sometimes i just think about it: those are real people out there. wherever they are now, they're off doing something on their own. they're probably doing things they wouldn't have seen themselves doing 8 years ago. they're off experiencing life on their own, and these old posts are their history.

i think that's why i was always drawn to reading the SMG2.5 archives. not because i was obsessed with the history of the project, but because i was so interested in the history of these real people who all once gathered here. those old posts aren't just history for some large ambitious SMG ROM hack, they're history for these people i'm much too interested in.

i had an old K64 post bookmarked and saw natnew at the top (fun fact: today is their 2700th day registered!). i noticed that their last post was 451 days ago. i thought to myself, "oh, that might've been just before i registered. let's check when i registered and see if i was around when they made that post".

and then i saw today was my 1000th day.

i saw natnew's last post on this forum, at least for a while, and i didn't even realize it.

time really, really flies. natnew is out there right now, experiencing life as it comes. the last 2,700 days of their posts is their history, and it's just a small piece to who they are now.

are there people who deserve to have this weird reminiscence i'm experiencing more than i do? yes. am i at the point of ranting? yes. but do i care? yes.

look, sorry for the long read. but Kuribo64 has kinda become part of who i am, i feel like. and one day, when i eventually make my last post, (which will happen. whether that's due to me moving on, or the forum being archived, whichever comes first) this post will be added to the pile of other posts in the history of me. this post will just be one of many in what is me. this, along with the other 662 posts and 17 threads i've made thus far, will all be a part of what makes me... me. this will also be my history. the past one thousand days of being here are a part of me. it's a part of everyone, whether big or small. (i think the fact that i'm still writing this shows mine's a bit bigger than others, perhaps.)

either way. thank you, Kuribo64. thank you, Arisotura. thank you, everyone. the past 1,000 days have truly been special.

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HEYimHeroic
Posted on 05-01-20 12:41 PM, in thousandth-day-iversary (aka i have an existential crisis at age 17) Link | #99037
Posted by salty
this board was very important in my life. helping me mature, establishing social things with people, hell i'm still friends with some of these people.

oh yeah, definitely. some of my closest friends i met from here, on Kuribo64. JasonTGF and Skek just kinda happened to join around the same time i did and what followed were some of the best moments i've had.
Posted by gridatttack
While I feel guilty of not getting to know relative new members like you, it's always nice see some activity still going around. It's sad that forums aren't really that popular anymore, as everything is moving into easier things to set up like Discord.

like i've probably mentioned in some other threads, i always check Kuribo64 often. whenever i get a little moment of free time, it's just become habit to open K64 from my bookmarks and just check to see if anyone's posted anything new. and yea, as i'm sure anyone who has visited the board within the last year has noticed, a big reason why forums just aren't a thing anymore is because of stuff like Discord.
Posted by Arisotura
(I still think Skelux deserved his ban)

(oh absolutely. recently a bunch of his fanboys raided my Discord server and DMs because i tweeted i didn't like him 3 months ago in a reply)
Posted by Arisotura
my. thinking this board was started in fucking 2012.

it's going to be 8 years old.

it's been a long ride.

of course, thank you all for being part of this adventure.

i can't say i was here from the beginning, but from when i joined, i'm glad to have been a part of the last few years. thank you.
Posted by Thierry
even with the board at its lowest activity, you'll find that plenty will respond if you make a thread like this. otherwise it feels like.. you just don't know what to talk about. that's how I feel at least.
we do have a bunch of members left, members who keep checking the board times and times again despite the silence.

we've come a long way, and yet it feels like I have yet to do anything at all.

ug, this. i don't have much to add; as usual, you said it best yourself. i'm definitely one of those users who keep checking despite the low activity.

but, as evident by everyone here responding, you are all one of those users, too. it's been a while since all of you posted, and here you are. maybe the board doesn't have a lot of posting activity, but a lot of people still do check this place often for new posts. ^^

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Posted on 05-01-20 04:22 PM, in lockdown and shit Link | #99043
well, i was facing lockdown stuff, but uh, apparently people think it's a good idea to go outside and "reopen america", so i guess that's not gonna last too long, huh

but uh, i mean i guess it's weird? but i'm such a hermit anyways i'm not noticing too much of a difference. i know it hasn't been fun for others, though.

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Posted on 05-01-20 07:58 PM, in lockdown and shit Link | #99046
Posted by Arisotura
those seem to be far-Right gun-wielding morons who think that 'social distancing is communism' and probably that the coronavirus is a hoax (like global warming, of course).

oh it's absolutely them. it's no one but them. and of course, the government decides they're the wisest to listen to and plans to reopen everything starting with schools soon. schools, of all things. huh

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Posted on 05-03-20 07:15 PM, in Kuribo64 Town Square Link | #99057
well now, shibbo can develop games for the Wii! can't wait to see his game on shelves at my local GameStoope

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Posted on 05-17-20 02:07 PM, in Wii Party Mii sort mod Link | #99095
DOWNLOAD HERE

this is a mod for Wii Party (US English and EU English only) that re-sorts all the CPU Miis in their difficulty rankings. i noticed a lot of people were really upset with the original game's placements for the Miis, and they were even more upset when i told them that the original game sorts them in a way that might as well be random, as opposed to ranking them via how good they are at sports in other games. so, this mod aims to fix that.

i ran a Google Form poll and let a bunch of people vote for who they want in what difficulties, and after tallying the votes, this is the final result.

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Alex, Jackie, and Hiroshi are all Advanced Miis in this mod.
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Nelly, Saburo, and Matt are all Master Miis in this mod.

i'm sure many people here are for Mario-related mods and probably don't care much where CPU Miis are ranked in Wii Party, but i'm posting this here anyways.

if you'd like to see a full list of every Mii's rankings in this mod, click here.

this mod only supports two languages: US English and EU English. no other languages are supported.

DOWNLOAD HERE

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Posted on 05-18-20 06:12 PM, in Kuribo64 Town Square Link | #99108
i use imgbox or imgbb. or, you know... the Kuribo64 uploader works, and ensures no broken images.

a while back, i went through every single one of my posts, and moved all the images to the K64 uploader, in case imgbb goes down at some point.

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Posted on 05-18-20 09:36 PM, in Kuribo64 Town Square Link | #99111
wait, are you saying dshack.org archived their site... but none of the files/images?

i'm pretty sure if and/or when Arisotura archives the board, she'll be doing it herself, and also leaving up the contents in the uploader.

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Posted on 05-19-20 02:24 AM, in Kuribo64 Town Square Link | #99115
yeah... i'm almost certain when Arisotura archives this place, she'll do it right. probably exactly like how it is now, except you can't create new accounts/post anymore. dunno how dshacks.org did it but whatever they did clearly isn't a proper archive.

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Posted on 05-21-20 03:44 AM, in Kuribo64 Town Square Link | #99122
actually... now that i think about it, what did happen to it? it was up last i checked... but that was a while ago

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Posted on 06-01-20 04:34 PM, in Kuribo64 Town Square Link | #99154
acab. black lives matter ✊ stay safe when rioting and fuck cops

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Posted on 06-02-20 12:30 AM, in Kuribo64 Town Square Link | #99162
it's also a thing of that, these police know the system. it's their job to know it and enforce it. if someone can look at the system currently in place and be like "yeah, i want to be the person who enforces that" then they are just as bad as the people who put those systems there in the first place. they are rotten.

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Posted on 06-11-20 02:07 AM, in MelonDS Problem Link | #99184
three years on this forum,,,,,, never have i known about this "molon ds" board,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,

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