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 on: December 07, 2017, 05:32:36 AM 
Started by G.E.R. - Last post by G.E.R.
Open Sonic is a unofficial game about blue hedgehog with open source code.
It is famous fan project with unusually gameplay: you play as Sonic, Tails and Knuckles simultaneously (It remind gameplay from "The Lost Vikings").
I created maps for myself because I needed to see all level, but I think that someone will be interested also.

Tutorial - Acts 1-2

Blue Ocean Zone - Acts 1-3

Exotic Paradice Zone - Acts 1-3

Exotic Hell Zone - it is "exotic paradice" with a high level of complexity.

Chilpoctli Temple Zone - Act 1

There are additional levels in this game - it is test-levels for verification debug-mode.

 on: December 07, 2017, 04:10:50 AM 
Started by kimono - Last post by kimono
Hi, I am searching for game maps and sprites from Iron Commando (SNES]. Have somebody got something like this? Thanks for your help!

 on: December 04, 2017, 12:56:24 PM 
Started by marioman - Last post by JonLeung
Funny that you should mention "11", Revned...

Seven years since Mega Man 10.  Well, it will be eight, since this will be out late next year.

Do we like the new look?  As always, what I care about is... who are the Robot Masters?

Looks like the mysterious artwork found in Mega Man Legacy Collection 2 might actually be from this, as Mega Man appears to change forms (not just colour) when using different weapons!

 on: November 30, 2017, 09:34:43 PM 
Started by JonLeung - Last post by JonLeung

For this month's "Maps Of The Month" featurette, I wish to draw your attention to X GOD's Mega Man ZX Advent (DS) maps.

A girl named Ashe is searching for treasure.  A Reploid named Grey awakens with no memory.  Whoever's story you choose to follow, they will both find themselves aligned with the Hunters, and soon find that they are able to "Megamerge" with the sought-after Biometals, which means transforming into a "Mega Man".  Will they be able to fend off the Raiders, defeat the Mavericks and Pseudodroids, and stop Master Albert from accumulating the pieces of the Model W Biometal which he hopes to use to become the ultimate "Mega Man" and "reset" the world (by destroying everyone)?

A hundred years after the Mega Man series is the Mega Man X series.  A few hundred years after the Mega Man X series is the Mega Man Zero series.  Another hundred years later is the Mega Man ZX series.  I bet you didn't think the Mega Man series would lead up to all this way back when Mega Man first decided to take on Bomb Man back in 200X...  (Though Mega Man Legends/64 supposedly takes place thousands of years after this...)

As vast as the timeline may be, at least you won't get lost in this underrated DS game, thanks to maps by X GOD.

So for mapping the relatively-obscure almost-end of the Mega Man continuity, X GOD's Mega Man ZX Advent (DS) maps will be known as's Maps Of The Month for December 2017.

 on: November 27, 2017, 08:30:31 AM 
Started by JonLeung - Last post by JonLeung

Another game book review, this time of the Nintendo 64 Anthology, which SHOULD be of interest to people here, I would imagine.

(I posted this last night, turns out yesterday was one year and one day after getting the book...  I will make more effort to be sure these reviews are more timely, though in this case I believe the Special Collector's Edition is still available.)

 on: November 24, 2017, 08:37:44 AM 
Started by JonLeung - Last post by DillonHol
Found another one.  The boss fight theme from Zero the Kamikaze Squirrel is from the movie Dr. Otto and the Riddle of the Gloom Beam.

Yep that's the one! I was wondering where it was from but couldn't think of it lol.

 on: November 21, 2017, 02:13:16 PM 
Started by shao - Last post by Matthäus1977
Yes, this is not mapped yet. And it is not easy. I always made it to the Water Boat Level. Maybe to the Snow Level for a few Times. There was a Cutscene with a Airplane if i remember right. Can you add also the Intro, Cutscenes, Briefing to the Levels? And the different Titlescreens Ultra/Palcom. End Sequence too.

 on: November 19, 2017, 10:31:21 PM 
Started by JonLeung - Last post by Christina21
I am a big lover of Mario game.I am now 33.I have been playing since I was 12 years old.
Where can I download super Mario forever for free on my pc?

 on: November 17, 2017, 12:03:51 PM 
Started by JonLeung - Last post by deanburchett
I recall Peardian saying somewhere or somewhen about the nostalgia behind this game being the reason for it being mapped.  Not every game featured for the Maps Of The Month have to be the best-looking game ever made.  And in my research it seems this game did have a fair following, it isn't just Peardian who likes it.

Personally, I'm a fan of a game from Everett Kaser Software called Hero's Heart, which is a very similar type of top-down puzzle game.  There is an enhanced version called Hero's Heart Gold (sounds like Pokémon) though,  my male extra review  be remembering incorrectly and it may just be called Hero Gold.  (Just did some Googling (quite limiting at work, especially looking up anything about games) and it seems there was a 1998 sequel to Hero's Heart called Hero Defiant.  Hmmm.)

I was a teen when this game was released for PCs (in the 90s) but could never complete the 149 levels to enter the Bit Buster Club. But I loved playing this game and sometimes even ignored my studies for it. The mention of Chip's Challenge reminded me of my good ol' golden days

This, certainly, is the map of the month. Smiley

 on: November 15, 2017, 09:56:47 PM 
Started by JonLeung - Last post by JonLeung
As mentioned in the first post, the NES Game Atlas is simply a book I really like; it was the first Nintendo Power Player's Guide, which featured full maps of many of the most popular NES franchises.

This topic encouraged mappers to essentially make that book obsolete, which we did, by not only mapping the same games covered, but the sequels that were not out at the time of the original book's release.

We extended the idea to create a topic/request for a hypothetical "Super NES Game Atlas" - while the book doesn't exist, it was simply to map the same series' continuation in 16-bits, which was also completed.

The idea was also brought to the Game Boy in a topic/request for a hypothetical "Game Boy Game Atlas", but after five years and a month, it's still missing one game - Super Mario Bros. Deluxe still isn't complete.  Ironically, you'd think it would be the most popular game to be mapped, since it's a remake of the most popular game in its day.  Even Nintendo hasn't forgotten about it, as it made an appearance towards the end of the Nintendo World Championships 2017.  Strange, eh?

So, just like any other maps, these aren't to "play", but to view.

I wonder - after all this time - have people been misreading "recreation" in this topic header as in "recreational" instead of as in "re-creation"?  I intended the latter, as we are recreating something, not necessarily having any more fun (as in recreational) than any other mapping project.  I leave out the hyphen here because that doesn't seem consistent - after all, we say "redo", "react" and "refund", not "re-do", "re-act" or "re-fund", so why not "recreate" instead of "re-create"?  At work the other day, I used the word "reask" in an email which I wonder if it caused confusion...

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