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  1. Prior to the new (final) update to Super Mario Maker 2 on Nintendo Switch, I had logged 335+ hours in the game between Story Mode, playing other users courses, and creating 24 courses of my own. This thread is for the purpose of sharing those created courses, and it will also be open to anyone who wishes to share their own creations as well. I will post all of my creations to date in this opening post complete with Course Name, Course ID, Description, and Play Data. I will add screenshots for courses is follow posts. Thanks to the update, I'm currently working on my own "World" now. Since the 24 courses I've created so far of different themes, game styles, and recreations, I'm planning on creating all new levels for my "World" so that I can keep it to a cohesive game type and theme that will mesh together. I created a 1-1 and 1-2 for the first level of the world yesterday, but have not uploaded them yet. I think I'll craft the world completely and then upload each level once the world itself is ready to be uploaded. So, I'll do the same here and not post those newly created courses until I can post the World as a finished product. As for the Courses that are not going to be part of my "World" project, I will list them now and attempt to categorize them according to theme. I think I'll give each category it's own post in an attempt to make my list easier to sort through if that makes sense. Mario Plays Series (compilation of retro recreations): Mario Plays NES Games Course ID: TW6-PMX-VQF Description: As Mario, go home to your living room for an afternoon of playing three NES classic games on your NES. Turn the NES on and hop inside your TV to play a level of "Mario Bros.", "Donkey Kong Jr.", and "Super Mario Bros." Likes: 123 Played By: 678 Clears: 397 Attempts: 1388 Clear Rate: 28.60% World Record: 0:34.733 Uploaded: 12/2/2019 Mario Plays NES Games Too Course ID: 6FL-GB3-9MF Description: Mario returns home for another afternoon of playing classic NES games in his living room. This time, play levels from "Donkey Kong", "Popeye", and "Zelda II: The Adventure of Link". Likes: 14 Played By: 92 Clears: 39 Attempts: 311 Clear Rate: 12.54% World Record: 1:14.772 Uploaded: 12/19/2019
  2. Hey everyone, I am trying to sell some extras i have for genesis, atari 2600, nes and N64. Nothing too spectacular, just want to make room for other things. Asking interested people to write me with offers, I will give free shipping if its over 50 dollars, depending on where its going. Pics available here: https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1GiE8zfFSz9GHE8svv-LLZXgq2w7zRY86?usp=sharing Sega Genesis, all CIB 2020 Super Baseball Road Rash Championship Bowling (need to take new pic of this) Pac-Mania Atari 2600 Star Wars empire strikes back - has manual Lady Bug (atari age custom) - has manual NES Wheel of Fortune w vanna white - has manual Urban Champion - has manual Dragon Warrior - has manual Super Dodgeball - has manual Spy Hunter - has manual Jeopardy - has manual Cabal - has manual Mappy - CUSTOM CART - no manual Golf - has manual 10 Yard fight - no manual Monopoly - has both manuals - need to take pic of this Where in Time is Carmen Sandiego - has regular manual (no book) - need to take pic of this N64 - all loose Wcw vs nwo world tour WWF Wrestlemania 2000 Nintendo Switch Bubble Bobble 4 friends - complete with case (game did not ever have a manual, i dont think any switch games do)
  3. People were having trouble scanning their Amiibos into Mega Man Legacy Collection so I looked into why.
  4. I was reading this article on NintendoLife and was curious if it would fit in a Lynx I case. http://www.nintendolife.com/news/2017/01/guide_the_best_nintendo_switch_carrying_cases I think the length is about right with the joycons attached. Gonna try it when I get mine! For reference, a Switch tablet versus the Wii-U Gamepad (sorry no Lynx pix): http://kotaku.com/nintendo-switch-the-size-comparison-1791177092 The Switch tablet is a lot thinner than a Lynx so even if it's slightly taller, it might still fit. I'm prolly gonna use the sweet carry pouch that comes with Zelda BOTW LE, but having been on a Lynx binge lately, it caught my mind.
  5. I created another course in Super Mario Maker 2 on Nintendo Switch based off of another game I loved on my TRS-80 Color Computer 2. This time, I was inspired to recreate "Dragon Fire" published by Imagic. It was ported to a number of systems, but the one I played it on was my TRS-80 Color Computer 2. Having seen the other versions later, I still think this was the best looking of the bunch and am glad it was the one I had. In my course, you can do 3 runs across the drawbridge to get to the dragon's treasure vault. Each drawbridge gets progressively more difficult based on the way the difficulty would ramp up after every 2 runs in the original game. The first drawbridge, you only need to dodge fireballs. At the second drawbridge you have to dodge the fireballs and also watchout for attack from the rampart above. The third drawbridge opens and closes with both other threats present as well. I mixed up the hazard order slightly on this, as the drawbridge should have open and closed on the second screen rather than adding the aerial danger first. The treasure vaults consist of various coins and a key to escape protected by Bowser as the dragon. The third treasure vault is the most difficult, as the treasures are all replaced by red coins. This requires you to obtain all the treasure from this vault to create the key to escape and finish the level. I'll post some screenshots later tonight. Edit: Forgot to add the course ID for anyone who has a Switch and SMM2: Course ID: 5CG-BTY-R1H It's only been played by 2 people so far at a total of 9 attempts. Neither finished it, so First Clear is still up for grabs.
  6. How many controllers can be synced to one Switch Console? And does it double if you connect two Switches at once?
  7. Anybody else seen the trailer for the new Pokémon title for Switch? I got the email about this last night, and... I have mixed feelings. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XE__VEUxLvI
  8. A lot of things came to Switch Online's retro service today! The Super Famicom service received Donkey Kong Country 2: Diddy's Kong Quest, Fire Emblem: Mystery of the Emblem, Super Tennis, and Wild Guns. It's worth noting that Wild Guns was previously available in NA on May 20th of this year, while Super Tennis was available Sept. 5, 2019. Super Nintendo's service received Mario no Picross (originally a Japanese exclusive), The Peace Keepers and DKC2 as well. The NES service received S.C.A.T. -- Special Cybernetic Attack Team!
  9. Alright Tom Nook, you predatory lender, I've got your payment right here!
  10. What do I have to do for you this time Nook?
  11. I don't know if any Tandy CoCo enthusiasts here have a Nintendo Switch or Super Mario Maker 2 for it. But I do, and Downland published in 1983 for the TRS-80 Color Computer remains one of my all-time favorite games. And so, I have lovingly recreated it as a course in Super Mario Maker 2. I had to take some liberties and use of imagination of course, but I consider it a decent and somewhat faithful recreation. One of the biggest alterations was stretching each chamber to fill 2 vertical screens so that Mario's jumping mechanic wouldn't render the course to easy to breeze through. I wanted to make it challenging in a way that would be a fitting homage to the original. So far, only 1 person out of 29 has completed the course in 60 tries. Here is the Course ID for anyone who has the Switch and SMM2 and would like to try it: Course ID: YQD-723-X5G
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