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Super Mario 64 Hacks
|Super Mario 64: The Missing Stars||This is the first ever â€œcompleteâ€ hack of Mario 64, featuring completely new levels. Main Features: * 38 stars in about 10 new levels * A Day/night cycle replacing (most) act selectors * Choose to play as Mario or Luigi * Modified enemies, objects and bosses (too many to list!) * Custom music, including one original song (the town â€œnightâ€ music) * A new final boss fight|
|Super ShaDoWLaZeR 64||about random things a lot of random things|
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Kaze Emanuar, best known for the Super Mario Bros remake in Super Mario 64 and the VR mod for The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time, has released a new romhack for Super Mario 64. This new romhack brings the world of Super Mario Land to this Nintendo 64 Mario game.
Super Mario 64 Land features 32 new levels, 70 different areas, 75 music tracks, 8 new bosses and 10 new powerups. While we are not certain whether this romhack can work on the original Nintendo 64 console, PC gamers can enjoy it by using the N64 emulators.
As with all romhacks, you’ll need the original ROM in order to play it. Do note that we will not allow links to pirated content, and we’ll delete such comments. With this out of the way, you can download the Super Mario 64 Land romhack from here. You can also use this patcher in order to install the romhack.
In order to showcase Super Mario 64 Land, Kaze Emanuar released the following video. This will give you an idea of what you can expect from this brand new romhack. Therefore, you can go ahead and watch the video before downloading it.
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