I'm just a watnanbe :( all red and rotten. Binary Bible Code? Uh huh...
Where does my name come from? At the time I've thought of it, I was playing a mario hack which featured pure fortress and castle levels, so with all those castles and all that rock, I ended up with khastvrokg. I really forgot CastleRock existed first, actually thought it was a movie company, but it's actually a 2017 Hulu show. Next, about my posting habit, most of it was retarted postcount++ and planned to stop at post 1337. "Yawn" It's Nightfall here, lol. I'm still retarted, but I enjoy re-reading my earliest post. If you read them, the sense of me being a dumbass, learning like a dumbass, teaching like a dumbass, will be felt. I am a dumbass after all. I don't mind, I love it.
My Windows XP 2006 is in storage. Haven't plugged the whole thing to power it on so I can use zsnes and other emus. Lunar magic and f zero editors for snes are just chilling, I plan to use them for fun in the future, idk when. I stopped using lunar magic because I couldn't get away from my simplicity limits, my level entry for the 2009 winter level design contest is basically my highest level of knowledge via SMW hacking, not a big deal here in this community, but my cousins were stupid like me and were amazed by the simple fact that lunar magic allowed anyone to edit levels in a basic easy to learn type of way, with the realization of getting better, but knowing it would be time consuming, (Duh) so I at least thought I can study lunar magic some other time because it is my computer screen they are looking, and it's my "Poop" that holds that stuff. I'm not really making sense anymore, anyways, right now, I'm just using Super Mario Maker 3DS for whatever. I have 3 SNES Classic Minis, 1 is hacked, the other isn't, and the last one hasn't even been opened, I actually wrapped it in gifting paper, and boxed it away, it's all in my closet. Lol.
Let me know if you're interested in that f-zero editor. Maybe it's not a easy program to find, and you might have framework issues or might need to update it. I sure had to update. You can also ask smkdan about the f-zero editor.
Here is a little something from the old days by (I don't give a crap)
"Comparing this to the 2010 Choco Contest, this honestly had far better levels. I'm not sure if it was because prizes were at stake, but I had a blast playing a good chunk of them (and less of a blast playing the other chunk). I was, in fact, the only judge (being that most others either didn't want to, or were busy around the Christmas time). I do hope you'll find my judging fair -as always, I gave unbiased feedback to go with each score.
Here are the rankings, and top five winners of the contest:
Congratulations to the winners! You will be contacted one at a time over the next week or two in regards to your prizes. Remember, if you do not want a prize, you may offer it to someone else who participated in the contest if you wish.