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Forum: Super Mario 3D All-Stars

Thread: Will there be a discord?

Started by: ReniSRReniSR

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Currently we are planning to just use the current multimario discord because of the overlap in games and types of runs that will be on this leaderboard 🙂

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Forum: Super Mario Galaxy

Thread: USB Loading through unofficial means.

Started by: SizzylSizzyl

You can download and play Wii U Virtual Console games directly from USB, which does affect load times. Doing that is allowed because it's an official way to play.

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Forum: Multiple Mario Games

Thread: 376 and 500?

Started by: KilleDragonKilleDragon

Yes I believe there are 170 required stars for 3D World

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Forum: Multiple Mario Games

Thread: 376 and 500?

Started by: KilleDragonKilleDragon

These have been considered before by different people. We just haven't added them to the leaderboards because 1, nobody has done those to my knowledge, and 2, it would clog up the leaderboards more than they already are. However, if people were to do runs of those, I'm sure we would add them.

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Forum: Super Mario Galaxy

Thread: Spin Fast Underwater

Started by: AlphaAlpha

As far as the swimming goes, no. As far as the game goes in general, yes. Luigi runs faster and jumps higher, but he is slightly harder to control because he's more slippery.

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Forum: Super Mario Galaxy

Thread: Spin Fast Underwater

Started by: AlphaAlpha

Well, when you're underwater, you have no spin cool down in Mario Galaxy 1 only. So to spin constantly underwater, just spin. However, you might be thinking of surface swimming, where you swim right on the surface of the water and gain lots of extra speed. This is basically just what happens when you spin right at the surface of the water. A good video to watch to get to learn more is this:

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Forum: Super Mario Galaxy

Thread: Sorry

Started by: [Deleted user]

Easy way to provide proof: Post a comment on that account.

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Forum: Super Mario Galaxy

Thread: Sorry

Started by: [Deleted user]

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Aww maaan why you gotta make more work for us 🙁
Kidding, of course. I appreciate that you admitted it. However, before we take them down, can you actually prove that you are the same person as "TheOdysseyGuyBoi99"?

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Forum: Super Mario Galaxy 2

Thread: Want to learn Any%

Started by: ItzGrayItzGray

In addition to stuff on the guides page, you should also join the discord. Lots of people can help if you have any trouble 🙂

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Forum: Super Mario Galaxy 2

Thread: WiiUVC

Started by: SoweduSowedu

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If you play with a Wii disc, submit as Wii as load times are not different. If you play on virtual console, submit as VC. Adding a different category to submit is entirely pointless because playing on Wii U with a Wii disc is the exact same as playing on Wii with a Wii disc.

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Forum: Super Mario Galaxy

Thread: Is Priiloader allowed to play a JP version of SMG on an NTSC-U Wii

Started by: A.R.A.R.

Sorry for the late reply! Priiloader hasn't been timed, so we're not sure if it's allowed or not. However, Gecko OS is allowed and is really simple to set up, so I'd recommend that 🙂

 

Forum: Super Mario Galaxy 2

Thread: How to Refill Starbit Bank After Each Run

Started by: MutantsAbyssMutantsAbyss

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To put a full starbit bank onto you Wii/Wii U:
First, download the save file in the resources section and extract it. Make sure you take out the .bin file. Then, go to the root of your SD card. Once there, you'll see a folder called "private". If you don't see that folder, than make a new one and name it private. Inside of that folder, make sure there's a folder called "wii". Once again, if there is none, then make one. Then, inside of THAT, there will be a folder called "title", and if there is none-- you guessed it-- make one. Inside of that, you want to make a folder named one of 3 things:
If you're using the NTSC-U version (North American version), make the folder named "SB4E"
If you're using the NTSC-J version (Japanese version), make the folder named "SB4J"
If you're using the PAL version (European version), make the folder named "SB4P"

Finally, move the save file (.bin) into that folder, and make sure the save file is named "data".

Then, put the SD card in your Wii, go to the Wii menu, press the "Wii" button in the bottom left corner, press Save Data, go to the SD Card tab, and you'll see the SMG2 save. Just press that and click copy, and it'll be copied to your Wii save data and when you boot up the game, you'll have the full bank file.
Note that if you already have SMG2 save data on your Wii, you have to delete it before copying the save from your SD card.
After each run, just go into your save data, delete your Wii's SMG2 data, and copy over the save file from the SD card section.

Video:

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Forum: Super Mario Galaxy

Thread: Emulation

Started by: SizzylSizzyl

The emulation is inaccurate and would give times that you wouldn't get on console. That being said, if emulator is your only way to play, then feel free to do runs! They won't be accepted to the leaderboard, but it's better than not running the game at all 🙂

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Forum: Super Mario Galaxy

Thread: 120 Stars starbit totals?

Started by: TheMine2001TheMine2001

Just collect as many starbits as you can. There's no route because you need basically all of them that you pass. Even then, you don't get enough. In Slingpod, we usually grind starbits to 999. Then, in Melty Molten 3, we grind however many more we need.

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Forum: Multiple Mario Games

Thread: 3D Mario 1620 / 470 (64-Odyssey without the sequels)

Started by: IwerSonschIwerSonsch

Personally, I think Galaxy 2 is an integral part of the 3D Mario speedruns. SM64DS is a remake of SM64, not a sequel. Galaxy 2 is an entirely new game with tons of new content. I can see the appeal of not doing Galaxy 2 because it makes the whole thing so much shorter. But to me, if I'm gonna commit to something like an 1862, then I might as well just go all the way. Like I said though, I can totally see the appeal of not doing Galaxy 2, but I don't think it should be added to the leaderboard.

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Forum: Super Mario Galaxy

Thread: Category Suggestions

Started by: KeondibsKeondibs

As of right now, there's just not enough interest in more categories, and it would just make the leaderboards unnecessarily messy. If lots of people do runs of a certain misc. category and there is proof that lots of people are serious about running it, then we will consider adding it. This isn't meant to discourage anybody from running what they want-- feel free to run whatever! And if enough people like it, and there's enough demand to add it to the leaderboards, then we will 🙂

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Forum: Super Mario Galaxy

Thread: How Do I Put A 120 Star File Into My Wii?

Started by: GamingLandGamingLand

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First, download the save file and extract it. Make sure you take out the .bin file. Then, go to the root of your SD card. Once there, you'll see a folder called "private". If you don't see that folder, than make a new one and name it private. Inside of that folder, make sure there's a folder called "wii". Once again, if there is none, then make one. Then, inside of THAT, there will be a folder called "title", and if there is none-- you guessed it-- make one. Inside of that, you want to make a folder named one of 3 things:
If you're using the NTSC-U version (North American version), make the folder named "RMGE"
If you're using the NTSC-J version (Japanese), make the folder named "RMGJ"
If you're using the PAL version (European version), make the folder named "RMGP"

Finally, move the save file (.bin) into that folder, and make sure the save file is named "data".

Then, put the SD card in your Wii, go to the Wii menu, press the "Wii" button in the bottom left corner, press Save Data, go to the SD Card tab, and you'll see the SMG save. Just press that and click copy, and it'll be copied to your Wii save data and when you boot up the game, you'll have the 120 file.
Note that if you already have SMG save data on your Wii, you have to delete it before copying the save from your SD card.

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Forum: Super Mario Galaxy

Thread: IL Leaderboards

Started by: MutantsAbyssMutantsAbyss

Hiya! The leaderboards now include ils for each level. Same rules apply as before, you must have video proof if your time is 1st, and you must play as the character you choose the whole way through. For the galaxies with only 1 star, the full level RTA and the single star RTA are the same, so please only submit to the full level RTA 🙂

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Forum: Super Mario Galaxy

Thread: Practice Codes

Started by: MutantsAbyssMutantsAbyss

Not yet. That's something that I want to try to get working though 🙂

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Forum: Super Mario Galaxy

Thread: Practice Codes

Started by: MutantsAbyssMutantsAbyss

There are not codes for the European version 😱