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VGMaps Social Board / Re: Just got back from Japan...
« on: May 25, 2023, 04:18:39 pm »
Hope you had a great trip and I'm looking forward to your vlogs!

Gaming / Re: If I play a lot of console-style games on PC, am I a PC gamer?
« on: November 04, 2022, 04:03:07 pm »
I'll repost my answer from the Discord...

To me, being a PC gamer means taking advantage of/compensating for a computer's customizability. You can improve your experience by playing with a game's graphics and controls, installing mods, editing the game's memory or files, etc.

You also have to make sure your particular combination of hardware and software is supported by the game and if not, spend some time troubleshooting.

It's a much more DIY approach as opposed to consoles and handhelds where you can just... play.

Maps In Progress / Re: FlyingArmor's Map Projects Present and Future
« on: July 15, 2022, 08:15:29 pm »
Big complex maps do take a lot of time to make or at least, to make *properly* ;).

I think it's insane that there are still secrets being uncovered or, in this case, being brought to light in a nearly 35 year old game!
I played this game so much back when I was a preteen and yet I never suspected that particular rock hid a path.

Maps In Progress / Re: Jackster's Map Projects
« on: June 09, 2022, 07:14:47 pm »
It also reveals that most of the maps aren't nearly as big as the game makes them out to be, which is neat I think.

Maps In Progress / Re: Jackster's Map Projects
« on: June 08, 2022, 04:24:51 pm »
Those maps are amazing! Great work as always :)

Looks like I might have to buy this as well!

(my poor wallet...)

Maps In Progress / Re: Jackster's Map Projects
« on: May 05, 2022, 09:33:07 pm »
Old, mostly forgotten games like Atlantis no Nazo can be pretty hard to fully map since, unlike modern games that get datamined from top to bottom on the week of release, you can't be sure that all the secrets have been found and documented even after several decades. That or their age might mean that complete guides once existed in print but haven't necessarily been scanned or otherwise preserved on the Internet.

Good job on taking on such a challenging game!

Weird... I've heard of that site so many times in so many different places that I sort of assumed it had been posted here before.

Thanks for bringing this to our attention!

VGMaps Social Board / Re: APRIL 2022 SITE ISSUES
« on: April 06, 2022, 07:18:04 pm »
As always, bustin98 comes through with his technical prowess!

Sure, you can put them up.
I started a thread several years back where I wanted to submit all those orphaned maps but I just forgot about it I guess.
Feel free to ask for any other unfinished project like that because I'm sure I have a lot more just lying around.

That Galaxy collage is amazing!

God I loved the Super Mario Galaxy games... Even though Odyssey was also amazing, I would rather have a Super Mario Galaxy 3 before a Super Mario Odyssey 2.

I've never really done anything special on MAR10 but then again, I do have these long periods where I play very little since I'm usually too busy drawing or mapping.

I did play a whole bunch of Mario games this summer when I stopped working for five months after burning out. I finally justified the purchase of a Switch to myself because of the number of (mostly) Nintendo games that were available. I played all the way through Super Mario Odyssey as well as Super Mario 3D World + Bowser's Fury and Super Mario Bros. U Deluxe over the span of a month. They were all fun but Odyssey and Bowser's Fury were my favourites of the four.

Do Luigi games count as Mario ones? Because I also bought Luigi's Mansion 3 and I haven't even started it, though since MAR10 will be over in 15 minutes, I guess I missed it again this year!

Oh sure, I didn't mean my method was better or anything. I just wanted to share an alternative that could be used not only with BizHawk but also any SNES emulator that gives access to CGRAM.

The more tools and methods the better!

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