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Name Paul721
Power Normal
Sex Male
Rank Micro-Goomba
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Karma 225
Total posts 16 (0.01 per day)
Total threads 2 (0.00 per day)
Registered on 06-06-17, 01:30 am (2603 days ago)
Last post 01-13-19, 09:43 pm (2016 days ago)
in Super Mario: Red Star Expedition (SM64 ROM Hack) (General ROM Hacking) » 64569
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Personal information
Real name Paul
Birthday November 7, 2000 (23 years old)
I am a Super Mario 64 and New Super Mario Bros. Wii hacker. And, yeah. That's all I have to say for now.
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Comments about Paul721
 Ndymario Welcome to the forums!
 Ndymario Here's a tip, put (____=pic link) to imbed the pic into your post!
 Ndymario Crap it won't work you need img and /img (with brackets around them)
 Ndymario oh. ok then
 Ndymario oh, lol
 KTRMAmbiance Happy birthday to you!
 Ninja NAH oh hey! i finally got an n64 emulator on my wii, so ill be able to play your hack!
 Ninja NAH Actually it's the V wii on my wii u, so maybe that makes a difference. But Star Road and Last Impact work at a good framerate (With only a few minor sound errors), so I think it'll work!
 Ninja NAH I do have a PC, its just slow. I don't use it for gaming at all, so i wouldn't be able to use an actual controller, unlike the WiiU, with my pro controller
 KTRMAmbiance Happy birthday to you!
 KTRMAmbiance Happy birthday to you!
 KTRMAmbiance Happy birthday to you!
 Keeper Happy birthday!
 KTRMAmbiance Happy birthday to you!
Sample post

Karma: 225
Posts: 16
Since: 06-06-17
This is a sample post. You probably already know what this is for.

Posted by Goomba
Posted by Mario
Oh, nooo! *stomp*

Well, what more could you want to know? Perhaps how to do the classic infinite loop?
    printf("Hello World!");