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New Super Mario World 1: The Twelve Magic Orbs Powered-Up

Super Mario World Hacks → New Super Mario World 1: The Twelve Magic Orbs Powered-Up

Submission Details

Name: New Super Mario World 1: The Twelve Magic Orbs Powered-Up
Author: Pink Gold Peach
Added:
Demo: No
Hall of Fame: No
Length: 112 exit(s)
Type: Standard: Hard
Description: A remake of my very first released hack New Super Mario World 1: The Twelve Magic Orbs, with many new features and improvements.

Updates:

1.1: Added a star coin counter to the overworld
Plot:

In a magical realm far away from the Mushroom Kingdom, there are twelve magic orbs, each one with a different elemental power. But one day, Bowser stole each one of them, and gave each orb to one of his minions for them to take over the many different regions of the mushroom world. So it's up for Mario and Luigi to stop Bowser and retrieve all the orbs.

Features:

- 12 main worlds with 93 levels in total
- 276 star coins to be collected in the main levels, with each level having 3 star coins in total
- A special post-game world with two levels unlocked after getting all star coins
- 16 brand new power-ups used throughout the levels
- Playable Luigi
- VLDC inspired graphics
- Over 90 custom music tracks
- Custom bosses in all castle levels
- An optional hard mode where taking hit with a power-up will always make the player small, the timer is faster and the star coins are in different and harder spots

Have fun playing!
Tags: asm bosses hdma less exgfx luigi music powers traditional vanilla variety
Comments: 80 (jump to comments)
Rating:
4.8 (27 ratings)
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Comments (80)

ShirleyVAga Link
I just got recently back to playing smw hacks . I wonder the zip contains a ost folder but the files are unusuable for me
so what's their purpose?

I got a question since I'm curious based on when the hack was added it was released before mario wonder
how can it have the bubble power up then?
Idontcare Link
The bubble (pink) baby yoshi has been around since new super mario bros u, the power up patch the hack uses just convert's it into a flower
ShirleyVAga Link
right, that makes sense i forgot about the bubble yoshis
and the bubbles are a little different like you cant use them to jump on them
Lucas Antunes Link
Hello! Fantastic hack, I played the first version back in 2015. I would like to report a small error in the "display" of star coins on the map, when we are over the castle number 05, the coin count does not appear (this drove me crazy looking for where I was missing 2 coins haha, because visually I had already picked them all).

Look at castle number 06, for example, the coin count already appears normally on the map.

Thank you for this very beautiful and fantastic modification.
prdrumond Link
This rom hack is AMAZING, simply perfect, with completely new levels, reused power ups from other mario games and new gameplay mechanics, I give this hack 5 stars for sure
Nitroxity Link
Not sure if anyone else has run into this issue but does anyone else's save game get deleted when returning to the game after powering off? I play on og hardware using an SD2SNES and I don't seem to ever have issues with saving in other software, but it almost seems like any SMW hack I play that uses autosaving this ends up happening with and I'm at a complete loss given I've never seen any posts anywhere regarding this issue. This hack is so lovely from what I've been able to play of it but it's just a shame that my progress keeps getting wiped. :/
GbreezeSunset Link
The SMW community has actually been made aware of this issue fairly recently. It's popped up in a few other hacks, primarily large ones like this one or ooooo. The prevailing theory, if you're curious, is that hacks that use the SA1 patch and the SRAM autosaving patch together are causing some issues with certain hardware, such as flashcarts (this issue also crops up often on the Super NT, though you mentioned you were playing on SNES). I think that a potential fix is on some people's radar, but in the meantime, it's recommended that you wait at least 10 seconds after the game saves before powering off the console. It's possible that what's happening is there's "a lot more to save" when a rom uses SA1, and immediately powering off the console before it has time to save everything causes the save wipe. I'm not 100% sure if this is all that is going on, but doing this seems to help. Otherwise, the best I can offer is a 100% SRAM file available here, though I understand this is less than ideal. Needless to say, there are people in the community aware of the issue, and the goal is to figure out eventually what the root cause is.
TreuloseTomate Link
This is a great hack. I'm mostly impressed by the graphical variety. The entire color wheel is represented. Level design is also consistently solid to good to great. Levels are loosely designed around certain power-ups, not as tight as something like mice. If you lose a power-up, you can still beat the level just fine but it might be a bit more challenging and/or star coins are unavailable.
I don't think that even the (apparently) infamous 10-Castle is that unreasonable. It seems to be the point to be uncomfortable for the player, as is the entire world 10. But the sections are relatively short. There are no nonsense marathons or autoscrollers to be found here. Apart from occasionally getting frustrated with my own incompetence, there was really only one level that annoyed me, 11-Castle, because it seemed to be hostile to big Mario.

One thing that bothered me in general was how power-ups were placed. There is always one at the start of a level and one at the midway (at least). But if you die and enter the level again as small Mario, you will only get a mushroom from it. It would have been better to allow power-ups to appear when Mario is small. This would remove the tedium of going to a previous level just to get a mushroom before continuing. If that makes the game too easy, let Mario get small after one hit. It just gets the player into the fun zone (playing with power-ups) faster and more frequently.
Alansanchez412 Link
Please help me. This hack doesn't not work when i try to play via PS3 Slim HEN 4.88 as a PKG file conversion. The game keeps black screen but the Retroarch menu still works but the game not. Is this game not compatible with PS3?

Edit: It is because it is a 8MB SA-1 the fact that 8MB SA-1 romhacks are not compatible with PS3 RetroArch?
DoubleCakes Link
Hmmmm, my new favourite SMW romhack. The level design is top notch, the worlds have great theming and everything about the hack is bespoke. I love this hack! I will show it to my dog.
TonyversoTV Link
A really nice and incredibly creative hack. Ideas from all sorts of games in the Mario franchise have found their place here and the overworld also looks fantastic. Obviously there's a lot of work involved and it's really difficult in places.
World 10 caused me a lot of pain due to the disappearing platforms.
If I may point out something (even if I don't know if it can be implemented like this):
"Beach World 2 - Seaside Castle" has the great FLUDD mechanic. However, it would definitely be easier and more comfortable to control if you could use the nozzle on the R or L button.

But at the end of the day I'm very impressed and looking forward to the sequel, which I'll be playing through soon.
Vitesco Link
Awesome.
akawimp Link
I can't get it to work. Just Played around the world (very first hack for me) & loved it. I've tried multiple times & this hack & a couple others I just get black screen when loading them. I'm using Snes9xGx on Wii. Most hacks I haven't had any issue loading. Any suggestions?
Retro Master HD Link
That’s the same Emulator I use on my Wii and it works just fine for me. Have you updated the Emulator.
Lucas Antunes Link
If you're curious how this hack works on the original hardware, I'm making a gameplay with a playlist on YouTube#smrpg{cool}:

https://youtube.com/playlist?list=PL_S_R3IbwK29cNOGq2q3UC6at2tLHSuB9&si=8hc3PMGHsuqV5vUS
Chr0x Link
#smw{O_O!} ATTENTION!

RetroAchievements Players and Users:

I added a new entry for the game on the website. I will certainly need HELP creating achievements for this game (like List os Achievements, Artworks for Badges and Game Icon)

Click in Game Icon to access the page



Please, if you are interested in helping, use the link and comment on the Official Forum Topic

Every help is Welcome! #smrpg{y}
Rodriku Link
estoy emocionado por jugarlo, he probado el anterior a este, veo que tiene mejoras asi que empezemos!
Roberto1992 Link
Game looks promising but is not working properly on real console. :(
The power ups seems to be broken.
For example the first power up you get in the start of the second level is suposed to be a yellow cat suit that can clim up walls. Instead its a frog. I know because when i tried on emulator its a yellow suit but on console is a frog :/.
Also on other levels sometime the power ups is a poison mushroom which makes no sense at all.

That would be great if you could fix that. I would like to play the game on real system and im sure a lot of people would appreciate it if it would work on real console. Its the first time i see a mario SA-1 mod that does not work properly on console.
Heres a video i made to show you incase you would be interested in fixing this glitch.

https://youtu.be/gSqN2l89iGU?si=le4rAutWx8ZTVPOs
MattGRN Link
Ciao a tutti, ho scaricato questo bellissimo gioco ma non c'è modo di farlo funzionare su SNES9X o su qualsiasi altro emulatore. Come posso risolvere? grazie
DiodelMetal666 Link
Finally you fix all the broken levels that are inside the old hack like the spaceship station with the broken rock slides! I just finished this at 100% now, i play a lot of hacks into hard/very hard (non kaizo) and this remake is a masterpiece: i vote 9.5/10! #smrpg{y} #lm{owexstar} #lm{owexstar} #lm{owexstar} #lm{owexstar} #lm{owexstar}

- Level design, new musics, ideas, the locations of the big star coins are all amazing!
Very good indeed, pretty big hugs from an italian smw player and my community!

https://youtube.com/live/Ku9gv4y8JmE?feature=share
Rainbowmon Link
I just finished this after playing it over the course of about a month and a half, and uh... *WOW!* If anyone ever asks me what a non-kaizo ROM hack can really be, I'm going to point to this as a shining example. There's *SO* much here, and yet it never feels like it repeats itself - if anything, it feels as if it just gets better and better the further you get.

Nitpicks:

- Big Boo boss fight is pretty mean
- Given how tough this hack gets, you're going to game over *A LOT*. Dealt with it for 99% of the hack, but during the last few levels, I began abusing save states, because I really just didn't feel like having to go back to the title screen over and over
- Many Star Coins require a specific power-up, and often that power-up is right next to the start of the level (or checkpoint), so if you get hit, you often have to die or Start/Select to get another chance. This wouldn't be nearly as annoying if there was Item Storage, but for whatever reason there isn't here...?
-
Speaking of Star Coins, there was one *REALLY* egregious case, where you need Frog Mario, but the only Frog Suit in the level is after a point of no return *PAST* the Star Coin, effectively requiring you to get that Frog Suit - or get one from another level - and then come back. Again, wouldn't be nearly as bad with Item Storage.


Overall, I *LOVED* this hack. I'll probably replay this in Hard Mode sometime in the future. Thanks for the fun!

P.S.
dnaL esreveR was utterly evil. Maybe my favorite level here - I'm maybe the only person in history who genuinely loves reversed controls levels, but most people wouldn't have the guts to put a level like that in, and you not only did that, but you went even further, turning *EVERYTHING* topsy-turvy. The only thing that could've made it better was swapping normal/spin jump as well.
jobvd Link
Originally posted by Pink Gold Peach
But that's how the community rates things, as i said before, you giving it one star makes you look like you despised the hack, which isn't the case, and it also drops the overall rating of the hack down. But yeah, i'm done replying to you, i don't want to get more stressed.


I have decided to change my rating to 5 stars.
Nekvall Link
#smw{o_O?}#wario{:'(}SMW Hack ing ................ SMW Hacking
ohnoman Link
Originally posted by Anorakun
Which console or emulator are you playing it on?
snes9x on my n3ds
ohnoman Link
whenever I hit the yellow switch on 1-a my game corrupts tried it twice now
 Anorakun Link
Which console or emulator are you playing it on?
Alexqrpq Link
Which emulator would you recommend for the best experience? My RPI 4 had problems running it on Lakka snes9x
Alexqrpq Link
great Hack, Nintendo should take notes
MerySaiyanPrincess94 Link
One of the best hacks I've ever played! This version better than the first one, more enjoyable <3
5/5 stars, but I would probably give more, if I could ^_*
jobvd Link
Originally posted by Pink Gold Peach
But that's how the community rates things, as i said before, you giving it one star makes you look like you despised the hack, which isn't the case, and it also drops the overall rating of the hack down. But yeah, i'm done replying to you, i don't want to get more stressed.
The hack still has many great things, so don't stress.
GamehunterMC Link
This hack is amazing! 5/5
jobvd Link
Originally posted by Pink Gold Peach
You clearly don't know how ratings work.

5 stars: Great, you really liked the hack and have almost no issues with it.

4 stars: Good, you really likrd the hack but you don't think it is great enough to deserve a 5 star rating, or there are enough flaws that prevent you from giving a perfect rating.

3 stars: Okay, this means you find the hack to be average, you either didn't like it too much but also didn't hate it, or you enjoyed parts of it but really disliked other aspects of it

2 stars: Bad, this means you didn't enjoy the hack, you find it very flawed and not fun to play for the most part.

1 stars: Terrible, this means you hated playing the hack and you had a really bad experience for the most part, with very few or none redeeming qualities


That's not how I rate.
Retro Master HD Link
Funny because the way you rated the Hack one star says completely different.
Pink Gold Peach Author Link
But that's how the community rates things, as i said before, you giving it one star makes you look like you despised the hack, which isn't the case, and it also drops the overall rating of the hack down. But yeah, i'm done replying to you, i don't want to get more stressed.
Serena Link
Originally posted by Hack Description
- An optional hard mode where the star coins are in different and harder spots

Are these star coin placements intended to be closer to a "remix mode" (like in the NES Zelda's 2nd quest) or to a harder version of the same premise (like a generic difficulty switch)?
bradcomp Link
This hack is fantastic.

Level design is really fun with a nice difficulty curve. The power ups are fantastic, lots of them are pretty inventive, and it borrows from a lot of other games in creative ways.

There's a lot of secrets to find, and figuring out how to get some of the star coins has been an interesting challenge.

It's overall been a delightful experience. It feels polished and fun with a ton of unique and well thought out levels.
 Nanako Link
This is a good hack, don’t be distracted with these noises.

I rate this 5/5.
jobvd Link
Originally posted by Retro Master HD
Then just don't play the Hack it's as simple as that but don't be coming on here talking down and disrespecting the hell out of Pink Gold Peach and Her/His Hack that way, unless your actually going to comment something positive and respectful about the Hack then just don't comment on here anymore ever again.
No need to get all angry. If you actually read my posts you would know that I believe it to be to great. It's close to a 5 star hack but I have to remove stars for the negative stuff.
Pink Gold Peach Author Link
You clearly don't know how ratings work.

5 stars: Great, you really liked the hack and have almost no issues with it.

4 stars: Good, you really likrd the hack but you don't think it is great enough to deserve a 5 star rating, or there are enough flaws that prevent you from giving a perfect rating.

3 stars: Okay, this means you find the hack to be average, you either didn't like it too much but also didn't hate it, or you enjoyed parts of it but really disliked other aspects of it

2 stars: Bad, this means you didn't enjoy the hack, you find it very flawed and not fun to play for the most part.

1 stars: Terrible, this means you hated playing the hack and you had a really bad experience for the most part, with very few or none redeeming qualities
Retro Master HD Link
At the end of the day it’s still pointless and disrespectful to comment on here and say it’s a great Hack and then still rate it a one star so of course it’s going to trigger certain people and get them incredibly heated with you for it.
StickyChannel92 Link
I just tried this hack out a few days ago, and, I was amazed!

The levels, power-ups, music, and new mechanics are some great additions to this game. I especially love the cat power-up! I even collected all 276 star coins and got to fight against a different form of Bowser.

The couple of downsides for me is that the hack does not work on PocketSNES, and SNES9X 2005 on OpenDingux; and there is no power-up reserve box. The absence of the reserve box makes it a bit difficult to traverse fast, but I do like the SMB3-style powerdown mechanic, as it makes it a bit easier.

Other than that, awesome hack! #smw{:TUP:}
 Pokemon Hacker Link
let's see
jobvd Link
Originally posted by Pink Gold Peach
It's a stupid reason to give 1 star, you think the hack is amazing but flawed give it 3 or 4 stars. Giving 1 star makes you look like you find the hack really bad or terrible
It's a perfectly fine reason to give it one star. It's a boss so stupid that it takes the whole hack down.
Retro Master HD Link
Then just don't play the Hack it's as simple as that but don't be coming on here talking down and disrespecting the hell out of Pink Gold Peach and Her/His Hack that way, unless your actually going to comment something positive and respectful about the Hack then just don't comment on here anymore ever again.
jobvd Link
Originally posted by Pink Gold Peach
So, you like the hack? But you gave 1 star, so you dislike the hack? And giving it 1 star becauae of a boss is a lame reason to call the hack terrible.


It's amazing overall. But that boss takes away 4 stars. So there is 1 left.
Pink Gold Peach Author Link
It's a stupid reason to give 1 star, you think the hack is amazing but flawed give it 3 or 4 stars. Giving 1 star makes you look like you find the hack really bad or terrible
Retro Master HD Link
Pink Gold Peach does have a good point you know otherwise what's the point in even commenting on the Hack in the first place if your just going to disrespect and trash it in the most horrendous way possible and over what one minor little thing, obviously the Hack is going to become increasingly difficult in certain areas somewhere along the lines. Show Pink Gold Peach some high level of respect She/He put far too much effort and hard work into remastering this Hack just for some random certain person to come along and tarnish it in the most outrageous manner for absolutely no reason at all what so ever.
 Donut Link
Pretty nice hack!
Unfortunately, as of writing this message, I haven't completed it yet. I updated snes9x recently, I wasn't paying attention and I deleted all of my saves :( ... I'll have to revisit this sometime. (I got to world 10 before I lost my progress.)
BUT! What I did play was pretty fun. Would and will recommend to anyone who's looking for a great standard hack with custom power-ups. #smrpg{y}
jobvd Link
Nice hack. 1 star out of 5 because of the 10-castle Boo boss.
Pink Gold Peach Author Link
So, you like the hack? But you gave 1 star, so you dislike the hack? And giving it 1 star becauae of a boss is a lame reason to call the hack terrible.
kira 22332 Link
i enjoyed this hack so much thanks for your hard work
also how can i get access to those two doors in peaches castle?
jBL00D Link
Finally 100% finished it with all 112 exits and 276 star coins on hard mode!

I have to say this hack is absolutely incredible! I already loved the original version but the updated graphics, levels and everything overall is just so good! Taking something that was already amazing and making it even better is no small task and definitely didn't go unoticed.

I really apprecaite you adding some of the suggestions I requested in the beta testing like the overworld star coin indicators. #smw{:TUP:}

I still miss the reserve power up. Since hard mode, damage changes you instant to small Mario. Doable but certainly challenging.

Although I can appreciate moving the star coins in the hard mode, some were a real pain, like the off screen ones.

11-Castle at the vertical laser chase was probably one of the hardest parts for me. Maybe because I suck at vine jumps XD


Overall I give this hack a 5/5 #lm{owexstar}#lm{owexstar}#lm{owexstar}#lm{owexstar}#lm{owexstar}
#smw{:peace:}
Retro Master HD Link
Gotta say I’m really enjoying this Hack so far, so much different to the first one I played before it got completely remastered. Really impressed with the design and that you get to play as either Mario or Luigi, I played all of world 1 as Luigi and all of world 2 as Mario and I’m now going to play all of world 3 as Luigi. Really impressed with what I’ve seen in the Hack so far. #tb{:]}#smw{:TUP:}
ramromrimrum Link
Playable on SNES MINI in Canoe! #smrpg{y}

Just change the preset ID to "109C" in Hakchi2 CE, or "9C10" if you use Hakchi2 in order to play.

The best SMW hack! #smrpg{<3}
Hamilton64 Link
Pink Gold Peach, you will replace the coins from New Super Mario World Around The World with the star coins from New Super Mario Bros (just like you did in New Super Mario World The Twelve Magic Orbs) and add the extra difficulty equal to your previous hack?
EightyBity Link
Extremely good hack! it adds so many new mechanics and power ups and the level design is just awesome, I genuinely could not recommend this hack enough!
Hamilton64 Link
Pink Gold Peach, do you also plan to remaster the New Super Mario World 2 Around the World hack?
Pink Gold Peach Author Link
Not a full remake like this one but i might update it in the future as it has a couple of oversights i never bothered to fix
Koopafam Link
Like it#thp{>:)}
MateusCarvalho590 Link
I love this hack!#smrpg{y}
Maximum Link
Truly amazing! Nice job! #smw{:TUP:}
Ztar Link
Your hacks are incredible PGP. Thank you for all the hard work you put in!
Roy Koopa Link
Was really looking forward to this one, the original is one of the greatest Mario hacks! But sadly… The numerous updates have made it incompatible with the SNES classic.. Just black screens and errors now
Pink Gold Peach Author Link
SNES classic is an innacurate emulator, you shouldn't use it. Try using SNES9x or bsnes which are the recommended emulators for playing hacks.

Also, that 1/5 rating is unfair, you shouldn't rate a hack terrible just because you failed to play it in a bad emulator, i recommend you giving the hack a try in a proper emulator, and then coming back with an actual rating.
 Anorakun Link
The mistake is at your end.

Since you're trying to play a SA1 hack in a very bad emulator such as the SNES Classic / Canoe. An official emulator that can't even run SA1 at all.

There are better options, such as SNES9X, bsnes, Mesen2.
Zagreus2000 Link
I tried to get this Hack to work on SNES9XGX on the Wii, although whenever I load up the hack it comes up with a black screen and doesn't load. I'm not sure if it's because I'm doing something wrong or it doesn't work with the Wii Emulator but ah well I can't wait to play it once I get it working
Yan Link
Usually I don't play many romhacks but I really enjoy the style of your hack, it almost feels like something Nintendo itself would make officially, if we were in the 90's haha.
At first I played the first version of your hack, even though the level design, graphics and music style were top notch, I always felt something was improperly balanced, some really difficult parts, unfair deaths, unpredictable bosses and so on. And then there were some annoying glitches when playing on real hardware.... well, all of that experience are things from the past.

Now I'm playing the Powered-Up version on my SD2SNES and I'm having a wonderful bliss time! Ii's been a long time I don't have so much fun playing in a rom hack! I often let the time run out because I stop to appreciate how beautiful the graphics are, all the little details, the gradients, the music, oh man, you put so many cool details between levels... you managed to improve what was already good on the first edition, a really well talented hacker I must say! I'm currently almost ending World 3, can't wait to see what else awaits for me, and I also can't wait to play the sequence, Around the World and perhaps the future NSMW3, haha... From my experience so far, everything is very smooth and runs really well, even on real hardware. This game shines when playing on a CRT TV, I'm using a RGB modded SNES, the image is so beautiful... lol.
I give this a 10/10 so far, will return when I'm finished with the game!
Segtindopro Link
how to get this working on Android?
CornerClip Link
Has code-obfuscation and/or anti-cheat. Making the game run at 40fps on certain configurations. 1/5 stars. Having CO does not make cheating less prevalent. You can still rewind and savestate abuse. Therefore I suggest removing this 'feature' as it does nothing but make the game run worse.
Pink Gold Peach Author Link
I didn't add any of these things so it's probably an issue with your emulator or its configurations. Anyways, giving a 1/5 to te hack because of this is unfair as it's not an issue with the hack specifically.
TheXander Link
I really enjoyed this Masterpiece of the history of the Best Hacks of SMW, the original one was a unforgotable experience, now it's here appear how REMASTERED (sorry, I mean... POWERED-UP!)

100/10 Really you made it #smw{B)}
AGRMaster Link
ZSNES Emulator Is Locked ROM Hack:
New Super Mario World 2 - Around The World and
New Super Mario World 1 - The Twelve Magic Orbs POWERED-UP.
I Can Make Patching ZSNES Incompatibility Notice In Asar,
Because ROM Patched, ZSNES Emulator Is
Unlocked ROM Hack and Pressing R Button.
Pink Gold Peach Author Link
Don't play this hack on ZSNES. ZSNES is an innacurate emulator and most resorces nowdays aren't made with ZSNES compatiility in mind, this hack uses SA-1 and a couple of other patches that don't work properly on the shitty emulator.
ForthRightMC Link
Originally posted by Pink Gold Peach
Originally posted by MickeySupermario16
Originally posted by Jasson
what 32 bit emulator can i use for this hack
SNES9X or Bsnes,ZSNES,and Snes9x on Android


Don't use ZSNES


I know that, I'm using Snes9x to play it.
EntySky Link
Awesome NEW year 6 play luigi nice!
thekiller678 Link
Great remake! Instant classic
Jasson Link
what 32 bit emulator can i use for this hack
MickeySupermario16 Link
Originally posted by Jasson
what 32 bit emulator can i use for this hack
SNES9X or Bsnes,ZSNES,and Snes9x on Android
Pink Gold Peach Author Link
Originally posted by MickeySupermario16
Originally posted by Jasson
what 32 bit emulator can i use for this hack
SNES9X or Bsnes,ZSNES,and Snes9x on Android


Don't use ZSNES
Enan63 Link
Thank you Pink Gold Peach for your amazing hard work effort on this amazing 11/10 masterpiece!!!!!!!! Thank you for taking my favorite number 1 nostalgia Super Mario World Romhack into an even more gorgeous masterpiece!!!!!!!! Thank you Pink Gold Peach!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! #smrpg{y}#smw{:peace:}#smw{:TUP:}