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Profile for BZM
Name:   BZM
Title:  Certified loser
Forum posts:  448 (0.10 per day) (View)
Forum threads:  27 (16.59 posts per thread)
Since:  (registered for 12 years, 10 months and 16 days)
Last post:  Restricted
Last activity:  (1 year and 20 days ago)
Files:  View
Submissions:  0 (View)
Location: Atlanta, GA
Local time:  (-5 hours from the server)
Website:  http://tik64.net84.net/ccf/index.php
User Bio
Hi. I'm BZM. This is my bio.


Back in 2007, I finally got my own laptop and a decent internet speed (used to be stuck with 56k modems :p). I finally discovered Wikipedia (yeah, in 2007), and started looking up stuff. I looked up Ocarina of Time, and in the Links section, there was a link for a site called "Zelda's Secret Ocarina". It said it had beta info for games and such, so I clicked. And that's where my adventures in video game hacking started.

SMW Hacking

Around May 2007, I started looking up stuff for a game I recently got called Super Mario World. I saw stuff about SMW Hacking, so I started to watch some tutorials on how to do certain things. In one video, the description had a link to a place called SMW Central. I clicked on it, and was blown away by the amount of content there was. Needless to say, I joined the site that day.
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