Passionate fans have taken matter into their own hands and made the dream a possibility, Super Smash Bros. Melee can now be played on a web browser
All you need to do is have a keyboard (controllers work too such as the official GameCube adapter and Xbox 360 controller) to get the game working. At the moment, you can only use Marth, Fox, and Jigglypuff with the characters being silhouettes instead of the actual characters to make the game be able to run on the browser. You can play the game right here through the official website.
More than likely you’ve heard about recent fan-based Nintendo projects have had to call it a day because of DMCA strikes unfortunately bringing it’s distribution to a halt, even if the game was free to download. Pokemon Uranium came to the same realization as well. It’s been a couple of weeks now since all the stirred commotion of the controversy of it’s shutdown being taken (the fan project was in the works for 9 years).
Although the developer promised to keep support for those who downloaded the fan project, the Uranium team informed us on Twitter that the game is done how it is, and no further updates nor download pages will be made available.
Our favorite red plumber is approaching trouble once again, this time, a little bit more realistically. A fan made video shows Mario getting ready for the new Smash Bros. but alas, is arriving late. It all starts out with him receiving a phone call while at the plumber shop and rushes through many real life obstacles concurring in his path.
Although the video is fan made and not a real commercial, credit to the maker of it for its nice animation and creativity. Hopefully Nintendo does something memorable and well when the holiday season approaches and the advertisements will hopefully show up.
We fondly remember videogames by their iconic characters, the tremendous gameplay, the thrilling story, and so on. But, let’s not forget another key factor: the music. Super Mario 64 is full of marvelous music and once a while it even loops in our heads at random times. Super fans (no pun intended) have together and made a Super Mario 64 album remix for the classic Nintendo console game.
Although it may not be official, it doesn’t mean it’s not great. Heck, it’s pretty darn good. The digital album features 21 tracks from the game remixed for your enjoyment. We can thank the skilled people at Overclocked Remix, a website that has remixed over 2,000 songs from over 800 games. Wow is that a lot. The album is now available for download through their website, or you can just click here for a direct download to the Super Mario 64 page.
The best part of this you can download the album for free at no charge. So you can jam out to the remixes on your desktop or even at work. If your not completely sold on the idea, be sure to watch the video below on what exactly the album contains.