Gopher Popcorn Stew, the badly named block insertion tool, just got updated to a new version that adds some noteworthy new functionality: wallrunning offsets.
This means that blocks can now show different behaviour when Mario runs up their sides, whereas previously custom block code was impossible to run in this situation.
If you're a coder and want to make use of the 2 new offsets, simply change the "db $42" at the top of a block's asm file to "db $37" and add two extra offset at the end of the JMP table for WallFeet and WallBody. WallFeet runs code for the blocks Mario is running on, while WallBody runs code if Mario's body passes through a block while wallrunning.
The template block included with the tool enables this by default.
Feel free to submit any new blocks you can come up with, too. Since Blockreator does not support this offset as of yet, simpler blocks like ON/OFF blocks with wallrun compatibility are welcome as well.
Thanks go to GreenHammerBro and TheBiob for this update!
Update: Apparently there was another missing offset, which has been added as well in version 1.2.31.
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