Super Mario 3Mix for NES Review
Review of my playthrough of the fantastic Super Mario 3Mix NES ROM hack. Want to see more frequent uploads? Let me know you’re watching. Subscribe, like, and share my videos.
http://sonicepoch.com/sm3mix/ – Main page for the rom hack
http://www.hardcoregaming101.net/romhacks/3mix-interview.htm – Interview with Southbird
http://sonicepoch.com/sm3mix/disassembly.html – Information about the 2011 disassembly
http://www.romhacking.net/hacks/nes/patches/2068readme.txt – Info about the history of this hack
http://www.romhacking.net/hacks/2068/ – romhacking.net page for the game
Sick in the head! (and the body)
I need to start this post off and let you know that as far as I know I do not have any major life threatening health problems, so please do not worry about me in that regard. I’m over weight, and probably overall an unhealthy man as a result, but I do not mean to come off as if I am dying.
However, for the past few months (starting back in December if I recall correctly) I have been pretty regularly under the weather. From colds to viruses to full out influenza – I believe I have experienced every general illness that isn’t incredibly serious.
For about a week now I have been battling what I believe is influenza. I’m not a fan of going to the doctor, but my nightly temperature has been approaching 102F every day so I bit the bullet and went in. They ran a few tests and couldn’t figure out what is wrong with me, so unfortunately they just told me I need to treat the symptoms with OTC medicine. (they said it was probably influenza, even though the test came back negative) Heh, honestly probably shouldn’t have even bothered to go in but I have been in hell, so I thought I would at least make an effort at seeking professional help.
Why do I keep getting sick?
I believe the reason for my constant illness partly has to do with me being generally unhealthy at 33 years old, as I do not think I am getting enough exercise along with the fact that I have a 1 year old son that touches everything everywhere I take him. I went through another spell of constant sickness when my daughter was around his age. It’s awful, but I don’t think there’s much I can do in that regard – kids will be kids. I’ll get better eventually, with a super-sized immune system.
MY NEXT VIDEO IS STILL COMING SOON!
I had a brief window of not being very ill a couple weeks back and was able to record the over 3,000 word script for my next review. I’ve still been slowly putting it together, but I apologize for not getting it out before the end of last month like I said I would. I really feel bad about that, and I don’t think I will announce a video ahead of time until it’s very close to being finished. When I spend time on a video I don’t like to slap it together haphazardly in the editing stage. I put a lot of work into it and it would just be a waste to not take the time and edit it correctly.
What is my next video? It’s one that’s been heavily requested by people who enjoy my Super Mario videos.
Here’s a hint:
I’ll see ya soon!
This tweet says it best. I’ll be back soon with more videos!
Classic Mac Games #36
It’s the holiday season and I wanted to bring you a game review that was Christmas related. We check out some christmas Mac applications ‘n stuff too! Hope you enjoy!
I’ve fallen ill as of late so I decided to do a more casual video this time. In this video we check out my new Tandy 1000 HX computer and play a few DOS games!
Classic Mac Games #35
In this video we check out one of the best hidden Classic Mac Games – Frankie’s Dungeon. We also take a look at the differences between Frankie’s Dungeon and the later released Creepy Castle.
Frankie’s Dungeon Gameplay – Full Playthrough
Gameplay only playthrough of the 1990 Macintosh game Frankie’s Dungeon.
Creepy Castle Gameplay – Full Playthrough
Gameplay only playthrough of the 1991 Macintosh game Creepy Castle.
Plug n Play Game Review #6
A look at the Biblical Time Voyager Plug and Play game. This controller has all of the old Wisdom Tree unlicensed Nintendo bible games.
Classic Mac Games #34
A look at the 1987 Macintosh arcade shooter Continuum. This game was created by the Wilson Brothers – Randy and Brian Wilson. A port titled Magnetron was released on the Commodore 64 by Broderbund.