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Online JonLeung

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Maps of Bean Valley and Grate Guy's Casino from Super Mario RPG: Legend Of The Seven Stars by Peardian have been put up today.



I remember when Peardian sent in a hand-drawn map of a segment of the Bean Valley's ascent.  Now Peardian's able to make maps like the 3D ones in Paper Mario.  Quite a difference time makes.

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I blame that part on my keyboard restricting input, preventing me from running down and left and jumping at the same time. (I eventually fixed it by setting all those buttons to one key.)





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Maps of Nimbus Land (with and without Valentina) from Super Mario RPG: Legend Of The Seven Stars by Peardian have been put up today.

Offline dbarrier54

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Well, since Will Mallia reminded me, I did want to look at continuing on from our "NES Game Atlas" recreation topic with a "Super NES Game Atlas" topic.



While the fourth Nintendo Power Player's Guide did focus on the Super NES, and was an incredible book at the time, it was meant to cover as many games as possible for the then-new Super NES and mostly had lots of tips and screenshots and the like. Some of the bigger games did have more than a couple pages and even had some maps (The Legend Of Zelda: A Link To The Past's Light World map was clearly constructed using pasted-together photos, then Super Castlevania IV had some cool renditions, and then there was Super Ghouls 'N Ghosts and Final Fantasy II/IV) but it was certainly not what one would call an "atlas". This topic considers what games would've been in a "Super NES Game Atlas", had Nintendo Power ever made it.



There are certainly some new franchises in this era and lots of other games worth mapping (such as all of those RPGs!) but imagining a "Super NES Game Atlas" as a mere continuation of the NES Game Atlas, the focus in this topic would be on the original eight franchises - though it's been reduced to seven. All of them have had less "main" games than on the NES - Zelda and Mega Man have the same number only if you include the spin-offs, and Mario has much more because of them.



I expect, as always, that people will map what they like when they feel like it, but for what it's worth, this would be the list of games as far as I know.



Status: INCOMPLETE

only these game remains

     Yoshi's Island

and  Super Mario RPG (Booster Hill) Remains



Chapter 1: Mario Mania

  • Super Mario All-Stars
  • Super Mario World
  • [-] Super Mario World 2: Yoshi's Island

    [-] +Super Mario RPG: Legend Of The Seven Stars

  • +Mario & Wario (J)
  • +Super Mario Kart
  • +Yoshi's Safari




Chapter 2: Amazing Zelda

  • The Legend Of Zelda: A Link To The Past
  • +BS Zelda (J)




Chapter 3: Mega Mechanical Mayhem

  • Mega Man VII
  • Mega Man & Bass (J)
  • +Mega Man's Soccer
  • +Mega Man X
  • +Mega Man X 2
  • +Mega Man X 3




Chapter 4: Tropical Adventure

[X] NO STARTROPICS GAMES! :(



Chapter 5: Disney Dizziness

  • The Magical Quest: Starring Mickey Mouse
  • The Great Circus Mystery: Starring Mickey & Minnie
  • The Magical Quest 3: Starring Mickey & Donald (J)
  • Goof Troop
  • Aladdin
  • Bonkers




Chapter 6: Ninja Magic

  • Ninja Gaiden Trilogy




Chapter 7: Turtles In Trouble

  • Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles IV: Turtles In Time
  • +Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Tournament Fighters




Chapter 8: Castles Of Horror

  • Super Castlevania IV
  • Castlevania: Dracula X

Offline The Ultimate Koopa

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Please dbarrier. If you insist on pestering us, at least when you state what's incomplete, don't start listing every fucking game in the world.



E.g. "Nintendo 64 atlas".

Super Mario 64 is the only game that's incomplete

-- you'd stop about here--

-- however YOU have to do this kind of thing --

Mario Kart 64 = complete

a

big

list

of

every

N64

game

in

the

world

with

the

word

"complete"

next

to

it

which

is

highly

unnecessary



We KNOW what's incomplete and what's not. Can you just STOP pestering us, please?

Offline Revned

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I think he's trying to tell us that Mario RPG is actually incomplete even though it's marked otherwise in Jon's post.

Offline marioman

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But, was it really necessary to re-post the entire list?  It would have been MUCH simpler if she would have just posted something like this:



dbarrier SHOULD HAVE said:

Super Mario RPG should not be marked as complete on the list because the Booster Hill map has a problem.


See?

Offline Revned

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I don't disagree at all. I don't think she knows how people communicate.

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Wahahahaha...





On that note, just finished Barrel Volcano map. Gotta love the Axem Rangers. <3

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I think the Axem rangers are funny and a pleasure to beat. No doubt they mock and spoof the Power rangers, but that doesn't matter, I never liked this television program anyway.



So it won't be too long I'm sure before Bowser's Keep and the Smithy Factory is finished.

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The rather difficult-to-map Booster Hill from Super Mario RPG: Legend Of The Seven Stars by Peardian has been put up today.  :)

Offline Revned

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Nice one ;-)

Offline Maxim

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Wow, that's a stunning map. It's amazine how some levels look when you get the whole-level overview.

Offline The Ultimate Koopa

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Heh. Take THAT dbarrier.

Online JonLeung

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Okay, now that April Fools' is over, it's time for some real maps.



Peardian has contributed Barrel Volcano, Bowser's Keep (the revisited version), and the Debug Room from Super Mario RPG: Legend Of The Seven Stars.  Nearly done!



Peardian has also contributed the revamped 1-1 from Super Mario World 2: Yoshi's Island.  That's exciting, can't want to see it all revamped!