I find those very useful for learning purposes, since they are somewhat faithful to the original games. I know about the Megamix Engine too, but it doesn't work on Game Maker Studio 2.
I am looking mostly for 2D platformer engines, since that is my genre of preference. Are there any others I should look into?
Edit: I made some cuts at "stops" (when got distracted ). This mission is very laggy for me (only one in whole region 5) so please watch this with higher speed (2x for example). Enjoy!
I’ve had this headcannon for a while since Mario has been called Maria by other characters in the series as well as occasional pronoun switches to she/her. Could this be possible?
In an article published by GamesIndustry in which several industry analysts have made predictions for the industry in 2022, Dr. Serkan Toto of Kantan Games stated that Mario Kart 9 is currently in the works, and, interestingly enough, that it “comes with anew twist.” Toto also predicts that Nintendo could tease the game sometime this year.
“I am aware Mario Kart 8 Deluxe is still selling very well on the Nintendo Switch, but Mario Kart 9 is in active development (and comes with a new twist) and Nintendo could tease it this year,” he said.
Meanwhile, Toto also predicts that Nintendo will be launching another one of its established properties on mobile devices sometime this year.
“On mobile, Nintendo has been very silent since Mario Kart Tour’s launch in 2019, but I think 2022 is when we will see an established IP arriving on smart devices again,” he said.
Can be from any games
Mine is definitely Yoshi, cos awww he's just so cute and sweet! Special mentions to Mario, Luigi and Toad, but for me Yoshi is easily the best
Anytime I see this question anywhere, usually Waluigi gets a lot of votes. Not knocking anyone's opinion everyone's entitled to one but why is he so popular? I don't like him at all
I'm really curious who people say is their favourite!
I re-read the Godfather over Christmas, and am now reading The Sicilian, a sort of sequel to the Godfather that Puzo wrote 15 years later. The history of Sicily and Italy is told in rich detail, with fictional and non-fiction elements being thrown in. The brutality of life when you had to fight or perhaps kill over something like a wheel of cheese is on full display. I love how, looming over everything, is the shadow of Don Croce, who arguably is more important than the Pope, or the Premier of Italy. Possibly more important than him, and his main rival, is Turi Giuliano, a freedom fighter who goes up against the Sicilian Mafia, creating his own sort of Robin Hood type of situation.
I love how honorable the men are, even when murdering someone. They play by rules because they know that if they break them, then their rivals will also break them and chaos will ensue.
I have 50 pages to go and I'm glad I found this because I've been trying to get back into reading more, and these books are hard to put down.