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 on: October 19, 2019, 01:35:42 PM 
Started by JonLeung - Last post by JonLeung
Cool, what were they saying about

 on: October 09, 2019, 03:52:41 AM 
Started by JonLeung - Last post by G.E.R.
I was just as surprised when I watched a game consoles in the computer shop and sellers 'informed' me about existence site as a games atlas.

So famous site, that peolpes from another part of world know and talk about its.

 on: October 07, 2019, 04:12:34 PM 
Started by LooneyTunerIan - Last post by LooneyTunerIan

 on: October 05, 2019, 03:53:58 PM 
Started by JonLeung - Last post by JonLeung

Here's my look at The SNES Omnibus: The Super Nintendo And Its Games by Brett Weiss!  It's actually two volumes.  Together, they are the second of at least four publications that seek to cover the Super NES library.  Be sure to subscribe and I'll get to them all, as well as other geeky stuff, of course.

 on: October 01, 2019, 03:01:54 PM 
Started by Robert_Chrystian - Last post by FlyingArmor
Hey Robert. It's great to see new people contributing to video game cartography!

It's been about seven months since you have posted here, so I was wondering how far you've gotten with mapping this game? I'm curious because I've been watching a let's play of this game by the Japanese group "Ii Otona-tachi" for the past two months or so, seeing Taichou and Ossan die over and over again, and use up all their continues to get through all the levels on hard mode. I think I've made it up to part 42 and they've finally gotten to Nosferatu at the end of Level 6, though they didn't last long there. Cheesy

Through watching their videos I got to see what a really amazing game Nosferatu is, so it'd be awesome to see your maps from that game make their way onto VGMaps. Those two maps you've shared thus far look great and I look forward to seeing the more complex level layouts found in later levels.

 on: October 01, 2019, 02:43:16 PM 
Started by FlyingArmor - Last post by FlyingArmor
Mapping for Shinseiki Odysselya is finally done (or rather it was two weeks ago)! Some maps had dragged on this project for more time than I would have liked, but at least it's now complete.

As for what to do next, I'll focus on finishing up a few of the mapping projects that I started but haven't completely finished up yet, such as Ultima IV: Quest of the Avatar and Final Fantasy VII, before starting anything new.

 on: October 01, 2019, 08:03:45 AM 
Started by JonLeung - Last post by Will
A fitting choice for Halloween and my most favourite game in the SNES library. Those maps truly are my masterpieces. It is unfortunate that series didn't not expand as well as the Castlevania series did. The nice addition from this game over its prequels is that your flight hover ability is not limited. Many of those maps were difficult to piece together due to multiple layers, especially the areas with water (aided by a cheated kindly provided on this very forum). My favourite stage is the "Towers of Doom" with all that vertical scaling up walls and making the best use of true flight. It feels nice to be an antihero in a game for a change and a demon is not a species you get to play as very often. Its an honour to receive this month award and I wish you all a Happy Halloween.

 on: September 30, 2019, 08:40:33 PM 
Started by JonLeung - Last post by JonLeung

For this month's "Maps Of The Month" featurette, I wish to draw your attention to Will Mallia's Demon's Crest (Super NES) maps.

The inhabitants of the Demon Realm fight to possess six elemental crests of Fire, Water, Air, Earth, Time and Heaven.  Obtaining all of them allows access to the Crest of Infinity which grants its holder infinite power.  Firebrand - the gargoyle you might know from the Gargoyle's Quest games, and originally from the Ghosts 'n Goblins series - is the antihero you play here, as you try to stop another demon named Phalanx from acquiring the Crest of Infinity.

A sort of underrated game, Demon's Crest still manages to make it in  the initial wave of twenty Super NES offerings for the Nintendo Switch Online service.  And why not?  The gameplay is solid, the story has multiple endings, the graphics are detailed, you might even say gorgeous, despite its macabre theme.  So even though its sales back in the days weren't so great, the Switch's sales right now are awesome, so chances are, you already have access to this adventure!  Go stop Phalanx and take over the Demon Realm for yourself, if you dare!  Will Mallia's maps might help - even if the game isn't quite as gruellingly difficult as the Ghosts 'n Goblins or Ghouls 'n Ghosts games to require a guide, they're still nice to take a gander at, in that gorgeous yet ghoulish way.  Go, gargoyle guy!

So to recognize the effort put into mapping this heck of a good time, Will Mallia's Demon's Crest (Super NES) maps will be known as's Maps Of The Month for October 2019.

 on: September 29, 2019, 09:17:19 AM 
Started by JonLeung - Last post by ReyVGM
Nice! Congrats!

That's always nice to see Tongue

 on: September 20, 2019, 03:16:26 PM 
Started by AereVoS - Last post by LooneyTunerIan
I need an update for best map making tools and stuff.

Does anybody know what emulators or software tools are best used to get maps from:

Game Boy/Game Boy Color/Game Boy Advance

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