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SSMB - The Movie (Part 1)

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May 5, 2013 | 5:39 AM EDT

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Here's my old flash project about Superstar Mario Bros.

Like I said, "Superstar Mario Bros" is my old project, the legendary Mario/Kirby crossover movie of all.

This movie started after final episode of Hoshi no Kaabii (Kirby Right Back at Ya! "4kids dub"), but I won't reveal more secrets.

I didn't steal PxlCobit's idea, but he inspired me, so I created my own feature length sprite movie, but with different script and sprites.

The Great Doomship is made by DarkBowserKoopa AKA TyTasmanianTiger (who was also script editor): http://tytasmaniantiger.d

Music Selection:
Super Mario Galaxy - From the Observatory to the Comet 1
One Piece Film Z - Aokiji Toujou To Ugomeku Keikaku
Super Mario Galaxy - Into the Galaxy
Super Mario Galaxy 2 - Bowser's Lava Lair
One Piece Film Z - End Point No Kyoui
One Piece Film Z - Horobi Yuku Sekai
Super Mario Galaxy - Peach's Castle is Stolen
One Piece Film Z - Z Toujou!
One Piece Film Z - Aokiji Kaku Katariki
SUPER MARIO BROS. 25th Anniversary Special Sound Track - Super Mario Galaxy 2008
Super Mario RPG - Super Pipe House (Modified by me)
Super Mario Galaxy 2 - Bowser's Attack
Hoshi no Kaabii - Popstar
Dino Crisis 2 OST - Flying Discs

Programs used:
Adobe Flash CS3
Sony Vegas Pro 10



Rated 5 / 5 stars

somebody explain why two kinds of bowser sprites are used?????????????


Rated 0 / 5 stars

You need to improve your grammar, I'm sorry.


Rated 5 / 5 stars

Doesn't that ship look like the one in the SMBZ series?


Rated 5 / 5 stars

dat ship


Rated 4 / 5 stars

The animation is excellent, sound effect placed correctly, and you made of the most out of the sprites as you could. The only problem I have is the grammar in the dialogue. There are mistakes here and there, and they don't fit the character. At 08:48, Peach said : Somewhere in the another dimension. If it were up to me, I would had had her say: Someone...anyone out there. I would recommend getting someone to proof-read the script dialogue. All-in-all, this is great work. Keep it up!