RELEASE Super Mario Maker course decrypted released

Discussion in 'Switch - Emulation, Homebrew & Software Projects' started by Sonikkua, Jun 28, 2019.

  1. Sonikkua
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  2. Fyrus

    Fyrus Artilleur Carmin

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    Well, that was fast
     
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  3. SYLOK

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    so, what does it do? makes official levels playable?
     
  4. mrdude

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    Here it is for those that don't know how to compile it. Use it from command prompt.
     

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  5. Sumandora

    Sumandora Im using Parental Controls. Change my Mind!

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    lol fast enough :D
     
  6. baxzxd

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    What will this help us do?
     
  7. limpbiz411

    limpbiz411 GBAtemp Regular

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    no one knows lol
     
  8. stick267

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    I'm assuming this will allow people to "rip" custom levels from the game. But we'll also need an injector to be able to play them (assuming again).
     
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  9. TerminatR

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    I know Nintendo said that custom courses could be downloaded to the switch for offline play.

    It would be cool if collections of the best user created courses could be converted into installable nsp files.
     
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  10. Jonhy

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    For the people asking: For end users, there's not much here.

    It's more useful for people that are making course hosting sites. They can probably implement this into an uploader so previously encrypted info could be auto-populated like the creator's name, course thumbnail, game type, and other course specific info like: expert/super expert/fast/short&sweet/easy/normal. Probably plays and clear rate as well.

    So yeah, pretty cool!
     
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  11. Ericthegreat

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    This would be really cool if there was a way to share levels, or even to rip popular levels from online, I imagine this would eventually lead to the most popular levels being uploaded somewhere, but this all depends on us having a way to add them back to the game.
     
  12. baxzxd

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    Would something like OCDM be able to be made for the switch?
     
  13. masagrator

    masagrator File digger

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    Better not. This could be obviously used for brickware.
     
  14. blawar

    blawar GBAtemp Advanced Fan

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    funny you say that, my course hosting site uses simons awesome tool for extracting images and metadata

    https://tinfoil.io/MarioMaker/

    for uploading and downloading custom levels.
     
  15. 1NOOB

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    Already ?!xD. Good job man .
     
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  17. Jonhy

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    Amazing work, soldier.
     
  18. TR_mahmutpek

    TR_mahmutpek medic

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    Now we just need method for redirecting smm2 to those custom course sharing websites.
     
  19. jakkal

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    No redirect needed, tinfoil will download the stages to the switch to the correct folder
     
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  20. baxzxd

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    It would be a lot more convenient to somehow use the built in level browser instead of having to manually do it with Tinfoil but I don't know how possible it is.
     
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