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Super Mario Bros. X
SMBX

Developer(s)

Andrew 'Redigit' Spinks

Announce Date

June 25, 2009

Release Date

July 1, 2009

Genre

Platform

Players

2 Player Simultaneous

Input

Keyboard

Medium

Visual Basic

Platform

Windows

Status

Complete

Super Mario Bros. X (スーパーマリオブラザーズX, Sūpā Mario Burazāzu Ekkusu?) (commonly referred to as SMBX or Super Mario X) is a side-scrolling freeware game created by Andrew Spinks based on the popular Super Mario series. The game features a level editor that allows players to create their own levels using elements from Super Mario Bros., Super Mario Bros. 2, Super Mario Bros. 3, Super Mario World, Zelda II and Super Metroid. The game is not affiliated with or endorsed by Nintendo. The game first debuted on June 25, 2009 as the version 1.0.1.

EpisodesEdit

Default EpisodesEdit

  • The Invasion 2

Other EpisodesEdit

  • The Princess Cliche
  • The Great Castle Adventure
  • Return To Yoshi's Island
  • The Great Empire
  • The Invasion

GameplayEdit

Many different Episodes have came with the Main Game of Super Mario Bros. X. The Princess Cliche, The Invasion, The Great Castle Adventure, and the Invasion 2, the most recently, and last Redigit-released game from the official site. Super Mario Bros. X 1.2 was the first version of Super Mario Bros. X that included The Invasion 2.The Invasion 2 is not the sequel but the update of The Invasion, except with levels slightly changed to include new features, custom graphics, moving layers and new power-ups. Some levels were practically made into new levels. Super Mario Bros. X 1.2.1 included time stopping power-ups and Pow Block. Super Mario Bros. X 1.2.2 included blue coins.

ControlsEdit

  • Up: Up Arrow Key
  • Down: Down Arrow Key
  • Left: Left Arrow Key
  • Right: Right Arrow Key
  • Jump/Fly/Swim/Confirm: Z
  • Dash/Grab/Fireball/Cancel: X
  • Alternate Jump: A
  • Alternate Dash: S
  • Drop Item: Shift
  • Pause: Esc

CharactersEdit

Playable CharactersEdit

  • Mario
  • Luigi
  • Princess Peach
  • Toad
  • Link
  • Yoshi (Ridable only by Mario and Luigi)

Colored YoshisEdit

  • Green Yoshi (No special effects)
  • Blue Yoshi (May fly for short bursts if carrying something in its mouth)
  • Yellow Yoshi (Creates a Stomp effect on landing if carrying something in its mouth)
  • Red Yoshi (Will turn shells into fireballs when they are spit out)
  • Black Yoshi (Has all of the abilities of the Red, Yellow and Blue Yoshis at once)
  • Purple Yoshi (Allows to perform a Ground Pound)
  • Pink Yoshi (Will turn enemies into vegetables when they are spit out)
  • Teal Yoshi (Will turn enemies into ice blocks when they are spit out)

BossesEdit

  • Boom Boom
  • Larry Koopa
  • Ludwig Von Koopa
  • Birdo
  • Mouser
  • Wart
  • Mother Brain
  • False Bowser
  • Bowser

EnemiesEdit

Super Mario Bros.Edit

  • Goomba
  • Hammer Bro.
  • Piranha Plant
  • Koopa Troopa
  • Para Koopa Troopa
  • Firebar
  • Cheep-Cheep
  • Blooper

Super Mario Bros. 2Edit

  • Shyguy
  • Tweeter
  • Ninji
  • Snifit
  • Bob-Omb
  • Spark
  • Pokey
  • Hoopster

Super Mario Bros. 3Edit

  • Goomba
  • Para Goomba
  • Grand Goomba
  • Switch Goombas compared to the Switch Palace ! Switches
  • Koopa Troopa
  • Para Koopa Troopa
  • Gargantua Koopa Troopa
  • Buzzy Beetle
  • Bullet Bill
  • Bill Blaster
  • Bob-Omb
  • Sidestepper
  • Fighter Fly
  • Lakitu
  • Spiny
  • Spiny Egg
  • Podoboo
  • Roto-Disc
  • Thwomp
  • Boo Diddley
  • Gray Bowser Statue
  • Piranha Plant
  • Venus Fire Trap
  • Piranhacus Giganticus
  • Tall Piranha Plant
  • Nipper Plant
  • Muncher
  • Cheep-Cheep
  • Blooper

Super Mario WorldEdit

  • Goomba
  • Para Goomba
  • Beach Koopa
  • Koopa Troopa
  • Kamikaze Koopa
  • Rex
  • Mega Mole
  • Banzai Bill
  • Ninji
  • Jumping Piranha Plant
  • Volcano Lotus Plant
  • Swooper
  • Blargg
  • Spike Top
  • Spiny
  • Spiny Egg
  • Dry Bones
  • Thwomp
  • Grinder
  • Gray Bowser Statue
  • Boo
  • Big Boo
  • Eerie
  • Cheep-Cheep
  • Blurp
  • Fish Bone
  • Lakitu (With the ability to choose what he throws)

Super Mario LandEdit

  • Goomba
  • Para Goomba

Super Mario 64Edit

  • Bully

Zelda IIEdit

  • Bit
  • Bot
  • Tinsuit

Super MetroidEdit

  • Ripper
  • Zoomer
  • Rinka

Power-UpsEdit

Power-UpsEdit

  • Super Mushroom / Heart
  • Fire Flower
  • Ice Flower
  • Super Leaf
  • Tanooki Suit / Gold Pendant
  • Hammer Suit / Black Pendant
  • Stop Watch
  • Fairy Pendant
  • Poison Mushroom
  • Kuribo Shoe
  • Podoboo Shoe
  • Lakitu Shoe

Mario's TransformationsEdit

  • Small Mario
  • Super Mario (Powered from Super Mushroom and Heart)
  • Fire Mario (Powered from Fire Flower)
  • Ice Mario (Powered from Ice Flower)
  • Raccoon Mario (Powered from Super Leaf)
  • Tanooki Mario (Powered from Tanooki Suit)
  • Hammer Mario (Powered from Hammer Suit)
  • Fairy (Powered from Fairy Pendant)
  • Shoe Mario (Powered from Kuribo Shoe)
  • Fire Shoe Mario (Powered from Podoboo Shoe)
  • Fly Shoe Mario (Powered from Lakitu Shoe)

Luigi's TransformationsEdit

  • Small Luigi
  • Super Luigi (Powered from Super Mushroom and Heart)
  • Fire Luigi (Powered from Fire Flower)
  • Ice Luigi (Powered from Ice Flower)
  • Raccoon Luigi (Powered from Super Leaf)
  • Tanooki Luigi (Powered from Tanooki Suit)
  • Hammer Luigi (Powered from Hammer Suit)
  • Fairy (Powered from Fairy Pendant)
  • Shoe Luigi (Powered from Kuribo Shoe)
  • Fire Shoe Luigi (Powered from Podoboo Shoe)
  • Fly Shoe Luigi (Powered from Lakitu Shoe)

Princess Peach's TransformationsEdit

  • Small Peach
  • Super Peach (Powered from Super Mushroom and Heart)
  • Fire Peach (Powered from Fire Flower)
  • Ice Peach (Powered from Ice Flower)
  • Raccoon Peach (Powered from Super Leaf)
  • Tanooki Peach (Powered from Tanooki Suit)
  • Bomb Peach (Powered from Hammer Suit)
  • Fairy (Powered from Fairy Pendant)
  • Shoe Peach (Powered from Kuribo Shoe)
  • Fire Shoe Peach (Powered from Podoboo Shoe)
  • Fly Shoe Peach (Powered from Lakitu Shoe)

Toad's TransformationsEdit

  • Small Toad
  • Super Toad (Powered from Super Mushroom and Heart)
  • Fire Toad (Powered from Fire Flower)
  • Ice Toad (Powered from Ice Flower)
  • Raccoon Toad (Powered from Super Leaf)
  • Tanooki Toad (Powered from Tanooki Suit)
  • Boomerang Toad (Powered from Hammer Suit)
  • Fairy (Powered from Fairy Pendant)
  • Shoe Toad (Powered from Kuribo Shoe)
  • Fire Shoe Toad (Powered from Podoboo Shoe)
  • Fly Shoe Toad (Powered from Lakitu Shoe)

Link's TransformationsEdit

  • Link (Collect Hearts for Health)
  • Fire Link (Powered from Fire Flower)
  • Ice Link (Powered from Ice Flower)
  • Fairy Link (Powered from Super Leaf)
  • Gold Link (Powered from Gold Pendant)
  • Shadow Link (Powered from Black Pendant)
  • Fairy (Powered from Fairy Pendant)

ItemsEdit

BlocksEdit

  • ? Block
  • Used Block
  • Brick
  • Jump Block
  • Giant ? Block
  • Giant Used Block
  • Giant Brick
  • Flip Block
  • ? Switch Blocks compared to the Switch Palace ! Switches
  • Solid and Outlined Switch Blocks compared to the Switch Palace blocks
  • Conveyor
  • Conveyor Switch
  • Donut Lift
  • Platform
  • Switch Platforms compared to the Switch Palace blocks
  • Skull Raft
  • Hint Block
  • On Off Block
  • Player Switch Blocks
  • Mario-Only Block
  • Luigi-Only Block
  • Peach-Only Block
  • Toad-Only Block
  • Link-Only Block

ItemsEdit

  • Coin
  • Red Coin
  • Blue Coin
  • Ring
  • Rupees
  • Bomb
  • POW Block
  • Magic Potion
  • Ax
  • Billy Gun
  • Piranha Pipe
  • 1-Up Mushroom
  • 3-Up Moon
  • Egg
  • Springboard
  • Koopa Clown Car
  • Rainbow Shell
  • P-Switch
  • Skull Switch
  • Dragon Coin
  • Propeller Block
  • Flame Thrower
  • Bubbles (With the ability to choose what’s in it)
  • Star
  • Key
  • Keyhole
  • Gate

Level EditorEdit

The Level Editor can make any kind level or world the player can imagine for whatever the purpose you desire. He/she can make whole episodes where either it works like in Super Mario Bros. series where the player beat levels to advance, or like in Super Mario World where the player advance through a map screen, or like in Super Mario 64 where the player starts out in a HUB world and must collect stars to advance. Plus, the player of the game can make stand-alone levels just for fun.

HistoryEdit

The original and first version of Super Mario Bros. X was released on June 25, 2009 as the version 1.0.1. It contained few enemies, blocks, and features. Custom graphics and music were not possible yet, with versions 1.1 and 1.2 that came out soon there after with minor updates added.

Then the beta versions were released entering the year of 2010. Super Mario Bros. X 1.2 Beta 3 and Beta 4 where released to public and were the largest updates up to that point, adding water, tile slopes, the ability to have custom graphics, and music. These beta versions however, like build versions, were not official versions of the game- making Super Mario Bros. X 1.2.1 the largest Super Mario Bros. X version ever released. The version contains many background items, and NPC updates as well as many bug and engine fixes that left nearly all previous game bugs and issues gone.

Super Mario Bros. X 1.2.2 was the last official Super Mario Bros. X release made before Redigit "quit". Super Mario Bros. X 1.2.2 is famous for it's introduction of Link, Princess Peach, and Toad as playable characters. Two build versions had indeed been released after this, Build 43 and Build 59, respectively. These utilized rather innovative new features, including the ability to customize NPCs, previously to be introduced into 1.3. Soon, however, the forums went down, and the Super Mario Bros. X franchise of fan games was widely considered discontinued. This led many to believe that Redigit had abandoned the project. However, Redigit "returned", and the latest of the updates he made in the new version, Super Mario Bros. X 1.3, was the Ice Flower. Since this period, many new features have been introduced into the version, including a Battle Mode, power-ups for various characters, and more. Super Mario Bros. X version 1.3 has been released, including many new features such as quicksand and custom NPC coding.

This, however, is the final release of the game. Redigit, it's creator, has stopped working on it. He claimed that Nintendo phone called him asking for the removal of SMBX and all of his SMBX YouTube videos, as well as a transfer of SuperMarioBrothers.org. He obeyed all of these requests except for the site transfer. This created an outrage in the community, with many being in denial, even to the point of believing Redigit set this up so he could stop working on it. The forums, after a huge data purge, are back and active as well as the IRC chatroom (#smbx on FOSSnet).

ForumsEdit

The original SMBX forums were up until July 2010. Redigit and administrators Kyasarin and Luminous were tired of babysitting the community, it was too much for them to handle. Shortly (a few days) after, bikcmp created forums under his server and they lasted for two weeks, failing for different reasons (bikcmp described it as "the worst two weeks of his life"). CaptainTrek created new forums August 25th under his server. They suffered from a huge data purge/server failure in early January 2011. They were rebuilt from scratch. CaptainTrek then went on hiatus for two weeks or so in January/February, outraging the community again. The forums were brought back and are standing to this day at http://trekweb.org/smbx-forum/.

Release on Game JoltEdit

Super Mario Bros. X version 1.3 was released on Game Jolt on October 25, 2010 by Redigit. It got a rating around 3.8. When Redigit claimed that Nintendo phone called him, however, he deleted it. Then, it was released once again by gamer411 on June 2, 2011. It has everything. It includes the Game, Episodes and 2 GFX Packs. It now has a rating of 4.3.

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