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Welcome to SMW Central!

SMW Central is the largest ROM hacking community on the internet, and the gathering place for all the resources you need to create your own ROM hack. We offer a large selection of completed hacks as well, ready for you to play! Traditionally SMW Central focuses on hacking Super Mario World, but over the years we've collected a ton of resources and hacks involving other games, too. Our community is ever-growing — sign up now and be part of it!

Recent News

wait what the hell why does smw central look so different

You may well be aware that our website recode and redesign has been in development for a while now. If you weren't aware of this, where the hell have you been!!!1

But here we are, SMWC2 IS HERE!!

Click the link above for the announcement thread; and here's a handy welcome page for you too.

SMWC Event Calendar 2023!

While you're waiting for the turkeys to thaw out (or whatever meal prep you're doing tomorrow I won't judge), why not check out our SMWC Event Calendar for 2023! We're putting this out now so everyone has a chance to put out their feedback early! You can view the thread here.

BaseROM Level Design Contest 2022!



Back by popular demand, the second BaseROM Level Design Contest is now live!

Co-hosted by  AmperSam and myself, we've spent a lot of time, energy and effort making the most feature-packed contest BaseROM we can muster. Now it's your turn to show us what you can make with it.

CONTEST SUBFORUM: ACTIVATE

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Latest Content

Natsukashii Mario World

Screenshot a short-form hack for some big-hearted friends, inspired by the styles of creators such as Freakin_HA, white_moth, and GbreezeSunset. very special thanks to white_moth, drkrdnk and Razberry for… (read more…)

Fading Brightness HDMA v1.1

Screenshot This HDMA code uses RAM instead of fixed values, all dependent on address $0DAE. That allows you to use brightness HDMA with a proper brightness fade instead of removing the fade and having the… (read more…)

Coin + Muncher

Screenshot It's a coin and muncher recreation in sprite form. You can put it on foreground without overwriting it. It also has some other behavor options. My first ever sprite submission. Nice. Credit is… (read more…)