Another mario adventure

Another mario adventure DEFAULT
File Name: Another Mario Adventure
Authors: BroDute, Cheezepin, Mariocrash, Skillux, Toasterketchup, Tomatobird8, aglab2, mrcomit, pieordie1, scuttlebug_raiser, usernamesarentimportant
Difficulty: Intermediate
Demo: No
Length: 120 star(s)
Description: Another Mario Adventure is a major hack that contains 120 stars. This game is being in development for over 2 years and ended up containing 10 guest stage of various styles, difficulty and length.

I am so glad I managed to finish this game which I consider my biggest achievement in SM64 hacking. Expected blind playthrough time for experienced player is 5-7 hours.

The guest creators: BroDute, Tomatobird8, UsernamesAreSpiders, scuttlebug_raiser, sm64pie, Cheezepin, Crash, MrComit, ToasterKetchup, Kaze
Video Link: Link
Tags: adventure, asm, bosses, gimmick, music, objects, textures, traditional
Rating: 4.7 (Votes: 3)
Download: Download - 10.04 MiB
Good hack. Reminds me a lot of early era BroDute, fingers crossed you release more hacks and just like him, rapidly improve because there's still a lot of... odd design choices in this one. Feels amateurish at times, but that's to be expected, and there is a lot of mind blowing stuff in here. A lot of potential on display, and this runs away with NBDHOTY (non brodute hack of the year). Also, you are a god aglab for creating lakitu cam. God speed!
Posted by: elezard - | Link
Latest version of the game is 1.10: @Mods please update the link because I am not able to, thank you
Posted by: aglab2 - | Link
This is a very impressive hack and I had a lot of fun playing through it! I thought this was going to be very easy based on the first 2 levels, but the difficulty did ramp up and there are some pretty challenging platforming sections and difficult stars.

The skill level ramps up pretty quickly, but I never found myself thinking something was unfair or too difficult (I now see what the intended strat was for Crystal of Khione, which would've saved me a lot of time & frustration).

It took me about 10 hours to 100%, but more skilled player could definitely finish it quite a bit faster. There were a lot of fun easter eggs and the guest levels/hall of fame were excellent. Also

idk if the blocked ancient door is ever supposed to open, but I never got it to.

My only real complaint is that getting out of the lava overworld is frustrating if you don't unlock the metal cap right away, but that's a minor QOL thing and is far outweighed by the creativity in this hack. Really great job on this, I'll be giving it another playthrough very soon.
Posted by: Leefer - | Link
Wow, I love the concept, I love the OW, I love the hang mystic mansion level because is it a mix of my 2 fav Sonic Heroes levels and I miss that game so much and the music remake of this level fit so much great!!
Posted by: dericobanjo - | Link
Originally posted by Smibbix
Originally posted by SNDBB

I *think* because his name is on it this is going to be rejected, since SMWC doesn't want to associate with him any more, but I'm not 100% sure on that

Wait, why do they not want to associate with him anymore?

I don't know the exact reasons admittedly, but from what l gather he was trolling and just generally being unpleasant, so he was (and still is) banned.
Posted by: SNDBB - | Link
Originally posted by SNDBB

I *think* because his name is on it this is going to be rejected, since SMWC doesn't want to associate with him any more, but I'm not 100% sure on that

Wait, why do they not want to associate with him anymore?
Posted by: Smibbix - | Link
Just to let you know, Kaze's SMWCentral account is called Kazeshin, and not just Kaze (you've linked someone else's account that's seemingly dead). Also, I *think* because his name is on it this is going to be rejected, since SMWC doesn't want to associate with him any more, but I'm not 100% sure on that.

It's a cool hack though for sure!!
Posted by: SNDBB - | Link
Good Link!#w{:>}
Posted by: SMW S.N.N - | Link

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As of 2006, this is hailed as one of the greatest NES hacks of all time. This Super Mario Brothers 3 hack changes the game right down to the core by tweaking the actual game engine itself!

Aside from the ‘typical’ graphics and text changes, this hack alters musical melodies, a full line up of all new levels, new power ups, new abilities for Mario, and even new enemies! When I say new, I’m not talking about changed graphics; I’m talking about completely new power ups and monsters. Money mushrooms, invisible Mario, time stopping potions, Kuribo shoes in any level that don’t disappear, shy guys that create projectiles, heat seeking bullet bills, and others are just the beginning of the changes made to this game.

On top of that, you have random weather patterns on every stage, boss battles on every stage, and infinite lives, so your coins go to more useful purposes. They will be used to buy items from Toad’s house and get some level exits to appear. Let’s not forget stored, and switchable, power ups such as those found in Super Mario World!

This description really doesn’t do this hack justice. It’s certainly impressive to say the least. Just download it and try it out! It’s definitely one of the most advanced SMB3 hacks to date and pretty darn fun as well!

ROM / ISO Information:

  • IPS Patch: Mario_Adventure_0.ips
  • Database match: Super Mario Bros. 3 (USA)
  • Database: No-Intro: Nintendo Entertainment System (v. 20210216-231042)
  • File SHA-1: A03E7E526E79DF222E048AE22214BCA2BC49C449
  • File CRC32: 85A79D9C
  • ROM SHA-1: A611B90B4833B20A364BF06EE3BE3B9093EA4DF9
  • ROM CRC32: A0B0B742
  • --------------------------------------------------
  • IPS Patch: Mario_Adventure_1.ips
  • Database match: Super Mario Bros. 3 (USA) (Rev 1)
  • Database: No-Intro: Nintendo Entertainment System (v. 20210216-231042)
  • File SHA-1: 6BD518E85EB46A4252AF07910F61036E84B020D1
  • File CRC32: B742B33
  • ROM SHA-1: BB894D104C796F69BA16587EB66C0275F5C2FC02
  • ROM CRC32: 2E6301ED




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Super Mario Adventures

Super Mario Adventures

Comic series

Super Mario Adventures[1] is an anthology of comics that ran in Nintendo Power throughout 1992, featuring the characters from Nintendo's Mario series and based loosely on Super Mario World. In 1993, the series was also serialized in CoroCoro Comic in Japanese, under the title Mario's Big Adventure (Japanese: マリオの大冒険, Hepburn: Mario no daibōken). Charlie Nozawa, the artist who created the comics,[2] is also known by the pen name Tamakichi Sakura.[3]Kentaro Takekuma was responsible for the story, which follows Mario and Luigi as they attempt to rescue Princess Toadstool after she is kidnapped by Bowser with intent to marry her.

It marks the second time the Mario universe is developed into a livable place, as the comic was made after Nintendo Comic Systems and before Super Mario RPG. The only other pre-story Mario is within the animated and live action series relating to Donkey Kong. It is notable for its use of the many gameplay devices in the Mario series as elements of everyday life. For example, Mario plays a psychologist and treats the social anxiety of a Boo (a ghost enemy in the video game series that covers its face whenever the player is facing it).

When the comic originally ran, it ran alongside a just-as-long serial based on The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past. Both serials were later reprinted in separate trade paperbacks published at the time of the magazine's fiftieth issue.[4]

On August 4, 2016, Nintendo announced that Super Mario Adventures as well as the said adaptation of The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past was getting a reprint, to be handled by publisher VIZ Media.[5]


The story opens in the Mushroom Kingdom with Mario and Luigi entering the Mushroom Castle basement, where Mario gets right to work, singing as he does so. Just then, gigantic pipes start popping up in the basement and in the courtyard. Various enemies from Super Mario World pop out of the pipes and attack the guards, but the Mario Bros. fight back. Bowser comes out of the largest of the pipes in his Koopa Clown Car and proposes marriage to Princess Toadstool. He then leaves her one week to decide on his proposal, but she rallies her troops and takes off after him.

Mario and Luigi chase after The Princess and soon find a large egg, which cracks open to reveal a grateful Yoshi. Mario and Luigi felt afraid, thinking that the Yoshi might eat them, until they found that he is a friendly dinosaur when they saw him eat the Wiggler. Yoshi takes them to the nearby Yoshi Village, where they meet Friendly Floyd and discover Yoshi's backstory. Toad arrives to inform the pair that Toadstool has been captured.

In a nearby tower surrounded by a lake, the Koopalings are contacted by Bowser, who informs them of his decision to make The Princess their stepmother and then orders the Koopalings to make sure she doesn't escape. She soon does, using a cape she finds that gives her the ability to fly.

On the other side of the lake, the Mario Bros., Toad, and Yoshi are trying to figure out a way to get to the tower. Mario rescues Luigi from a Bullet Bill which takes Mario across the lake. The Princess lands unconscious by Luigi, and Mario lands dazed in the clutches of the Koopalings.

Luigi poses as The Princess, using a mask, and is brought to Bowser. The real Princess wakes up, now dressed as Luigi, and is also determined to rescue Mario. Luigi offers to order the Koopalings a pizza, and then calls up Yoshi and Toad, who show up dressed as pizza delivery boys. But out of the boxes come The Princess and Floyd, bearing a pack of bombs that Floyd had with him. Luigi runs off to rescue his brother. Eventually The Princess's bomb is accidentally lit from the Reznors, blowing up the tower and sending all the good guys flying back over to the other side of the moat.

Floyd parts ways with the heroes, who feel victorious due to Bowser's apparent defeat. Mario realises there's no way to reach the entry pipe in the sky. Toad takes The Princess cape to fly up to the pipe and send for a rescue party. Shortly afterward, some odd-looking Mushroomites show up with a rope ladder. The leader cuts the portion of the ladder with the Mario Brothers, and it is revealed that Bowser and the Koopas have taken control of the Mushroom Kingdom and the Princess Was Once again Kidnapped.

The Mario Bros. and Yoshi give chase after the Koopas' saucer, but Bowser responds by sending down Koopa Paratroopas to attack them. Mario fights back and Yoshi eats each Paratroopa until finally he swallows a Blue Koopa Shell and grows wings. The trio eventually crash-land in front of a Ghost House. Luigi dashes into the house, smelling cheese, and Mario follows when a metal door comes down, leaving Yoshi locked out.

Mario and Luigi are surrounded by Boos, eventually meeting Big Boo. They escape through a door and when the Boos follow they find Mario dressed as a psychiatrist, and Luigi as a nurse. Mario consults the Big Boo, who confesses that his fear of humans stems from bad childhood experiences. Now feeling better, the Big Boo and his buddies let Mario and Luigi out of the house and tell them how to get to Bowser's castle.

The Mario Bros. and Yoshi make it to the Koopa-conquered Mushroom Kingdom and find that practically every enemy character from the classic Mario games are gathering for Bowser's marriage. The trio use available pipes, and Mario gets separated from the other two.

Bowser uses Magikoopa to hypnotize the Princess into loving him, but just as the ceremony begins, Mario comes out and attacks Bowser. He is astonished to hear Princess Toadstool declaring her apparent love for Bowser, but he refuses to let that stop him, and he attempts to carry her out while Bowser orders his men to seize him.

Down in the basement, Luigi and Yoshi come upon the captured Yoshis, who are now all trapped in eggs. They get to work setting the Yoshis free. Just when the ceremony gets underway again, Luigi and the Yoshis come stampeding in, trampling all of Bowser's minions. This breaks the spell on The Princess, who then proceeds to untie Mario. Bowser tries to hide in his wedding cake, which the Yoshis begin devouring. The Yoshis are freed, and peace returns to the Mushroom Kingdom.

Dialogue changes[edit]

When Super Mario Adventures was reprinted in graphic novel form half a year later, some minor changes were made to the dialogue so the dialogue would make a bit more sense in context. The following lines were changed:

  • Part 2, page 8, panel 6: Luigi: "Tell my stomach that!" --> "Tell your stomach that!"
  • Part 3, page 4, panel 8: Luigi: "Yahoo!" --> "Yikes! What a fight!"
  • Part 6, page 8, panel 2: Toad: "Onto plan B!" --> "We have a delivery to make!"
  • Part 8, page 8, panel 7: Mario: "Quit clowning around, Luigi! Look!" --> "Look! I wonder if anybody's home..."
  • Part 9, page 1, panel 1: Mario: "Quit clowning around, Luigi! Look!" --> "I don't see any lights on..."
  • Part 9, page 5, panel 8: Koopa Kids: "He's off the royal rocker!" --> "I hate it when he's right!"
  • Part 11, page 4, panel 5: Mario: "Ow ow ow!" --> "Look out!"
  • Mario Vs. Wario, page 5, panel 3: Wario: "Phew! That was close!" --> Wario: "Blast! He got away!"
  • Mario Vs. Wario, page 8, panel 4: Mario: "Hello there... Wario! Are you home?" --> Mario: "Wario! Long time no see!".[5]

Mario vs. Wario[edit]

Immediately following the end of Super Mario Adventures, Nintendo Power concluded the epic with a ten-page story loosely based on Super Mario Land 2: 6 Golden Coins, which ran in their January 1993 issue and was later reprinted in the graphic novel. This comic was last seen in the Greed School part of the official North American Wario Land 4 website. In this story, Mario receives a letter from his childhood playmate Wario, who is inviting him over to his castle to "catch up on things." What Mario does not know, though, is that Wario is secretly plotting revenge for how much of a bully Mario was to him in their childhood. In the road between his house and Wario's castle, Mario encounters several of the bosses from the game, but does not suspect that they're out to eliminate him. Eventually, he reaches the castle and finds a giant Wario waiting to pummel him. In the fight that ensues, Mario finds that Wario's new size is thanks to a plug on his overalls, which he then pulls off, deflating Wario to his normal size (which is apparently the same size as Mario). Wario is upset about Mario bullying him again, but Mario, realizing this, apologizes. The story ends on them playing cowboys again, with Wario once again vowing to get even.

A year later, immediately following a comic adaptation of Star Fox, another Mario vs. Wario comic ran in the magazine, entitled Mario vs. Wario: The Birthday Bash. The sequel was published in the January 1994 issue of the magazine. Here, Mario and Wario (who is now drawn in his official size from the games) are invited to Princess Toadstool's birthday party, and they both recall of the Princess' infatuation with a super deformed doll in the likeness of Samus Aran (perhaps foreshadowing the Super Metroid comic adaptation that started in the next issue). Wario heads off to the toy shop, only to find that "some guy" with "a big black moustache" already bought the last Samus doll there was. Being Mario's sinister counterpart, Wario thinks Mario was the customer, buys a jack-in-the-box, and has it wrapped in the same packaging. At the party, Wario sees that Mario's gift looks just like his and switches the gifts when Mario isn't looking. However, when Wario presents Mario's gift to The Princess, she opens it up to find it's a jack-in-the-box (which apparently scares her). Then, when Mario presents "his" gift, Wario claims it to be his gift, but it is also a jack-in-the-box. A big fistfight emerges between Mario and Wario until they finally realize that neither of them ever had the Samus doll, and Luigi reveals he bought it for The Princess. This second Mario vs. Wario comic is the only installment of Super Mario Adventures that has never been reprinted.[6]

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He put his penis to her entrance and began to pound her angrily. A lump stood in his throat and tears choked him, and a member like a wooden hammer in the slippery and stretched vagina. After a while, from afar, the groans of his wife began to be heard. He looked around the room, their neighbor was not there, and Anya uttered pre-orgasmic moans, trying to swallow her husband's penis deeper with her vagina.

They finished at the same time.

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