- Dec 11, 2014
Someone should make a Splatoon-themed stage.
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I have, but I don't think I've posted it yet.Someone should make a Splatoon-themed stage.
I made it a while ago, long before the game came out. It has the double-ramp thing from Urchin Underpass as a focal point, and some of the docks from that one stage we still can't play on, but other than that, it mainly just focuses on the ink. There's lava ink, different colored platforms, and even a bit of wall ink that you can grab onto like a ledge (to save yourself from the bottomless pit underneath the aforementioned ramps).What level?
I have one of Walleye WarehouseSomeone should make a Splatoon-themed stage.
Can you please upload Daisy Cruiser and Stark Tower? I'd love to play on thoseMost of these aren't that great, but...
"Steel Mill" (from Terminator 2: Judgement Day)
"Stark Tower" (from Iron Man). I made this stage in Brawl, so it was about time I remade it this game.
Iron Man vs. Shulk
Also, you can't drop through the platforms, they are actually solid despite how they look.
"Peach Trees" (from Dredd)
Judge Dredd and Anderson are ready to take down crime.
"Building Crane" Seemed like a cool stage idea to me.
"Burger Time 1-1" (from Burger Time [NES version]). This would be a lot better if the stage builder had ladders...
"Zombies 8 Neighbors" (from Zombies Ate My Neighbors). Stage features a working trampoline, sandbox, and part of a hedge maze.
Features:Hide yourself in the sandbox!
How the trampoline works: You can stand on it without it immediately launching you in the air, as shown below.
If you want to use it, just hold down!
"Metal Storm 1-1" (from Metal Storm)
"Mars Lighthouse" (from Golden Sun)
"Daisy Cruiser" (from Mario Kart: Double Dash!). This one's kinda pitiful-looking IMO, but it's still fun to fight on.
Well, I unfortunately don't have the Daisy Cruiser stage anymore; I deleted it awhile ago to make room for more stages and such. I do still have my Stark Tower one though so I'll upload it sometime soon.Can you please upload Daisy Cruiser and Stark Tower? I'd love to play on those
awesome, thank youWell, I unfortunately don't have the Daisy Cruiser stage anymore; I deleted it awhile ago to make room for more stages and such. I do still have my Stark Tower one though so I'll upload it sometime soon.
Anybody been doing anything in stage builder?
Show it off here.
Also share your ideas if you'd like!
Here's a cool group for people that like to create stages made by @TheRealHeroOfWinds
It's pretty cool, you share your stages in your own thread/vault...
Check it out.
Added close ups to the miiverse pages and more details on the smashboards page for Jutulstraumen.IvanQuote: I would really love to see some close ups of those, especially that new one!
Those look great! I'll be sure to download!(Reposted from the competitive stage compilation thread)
So, here's some of my stages. Nintendo Network ID is Munomario777, and all are designed by myself. They're also all built in the small size, IIRC.
Green Hills Zone
Sonic - Green Hill Zone
Based rather loosely on the stage from Sonic 2 8-bit (as in, I named it that and called it a day ), this is a more competitive version of the Green Hill stage from Brawl in a sense. The slope is more gentle and non-destructible, and the walk-offs are removed. There's also a couple of platforms added that somewhat resemble the zone's iconic palm trees, and they slope with the terrain.
Super Mario Bros. - Super Mario World Medley
Based on the athletic stages from Super Mario World (complete with grass on the sides of the platform and the spinning blocks for ledges), this stage is somewhat similar to Battlefield, as the spinning-but-really-stationary "ferris wheel" platforms make a familiar formation. However, the block in the middle really makes the stage stand out.
The Legend of Zelda - Song of Storms
This dock was built on top of a rock formation, and while it provides a scenic view, it's often covered up by the rising tides, causing aquatic plant life to grow on the wood, including the seaweed hanging down from the stage to create interesting ledges and the cosmetic "grass" in the center (which also helps prevent spawning in the center). The moving platforms to either side of the stage simulate the "tides" by going from the lower blast zone to the position in the image below. Just don't ride them down to the cannons!
Super Mario Bros. - Fated Battle
It's about time this iconic location got a stage! The centerpiece of the stage is the "lava bridge" on which Bowser is traditionally battled in the Mario series, but don't worry; it won't collapse this time! However, the lava does flow down below the ledges, making for a tricky hazard to recover around depending on your character. The stage also has a unique layout, with a very high central platform and two slanted ones to either side.
Super Mario Kart - Mario Circuit (Mario Kart 8)
Based on the track from Mario Kart: Super Circuit (and now Mario Kart 8), this rather simple stage has some nuances that really change things up. Its layout is asymmetrical, but similar on both sides. The slanted land changes up gameplay quite a bit, and the cheese holes underneath the ledges can really mess with recovery, so look out for that!
Other - Title Theme (NES Remix 2)
A rather simple stage based on Excitebike for the NES, this stage does really change up gameplay. The slope is the defining feature, discouraging camping, although standing on the platform can help with this. The stage is, of course, asymmetrical, allowing for many different play styles.
Super Mario Kart - Mushroom Gorge
This stage is very different from the usual competitive fare, making it really stand out. Based on the Mario Kart Wii track, it features three main platforms in the form of the mushrooms, with thin stalks holding each one up. Only the outer edges of the side mushrooms can be grabbed, and the chasms allow for meteor smashes. This is also a great counterpick against Lucas or Ness players.
The Legend of Zelda - Tal Tal Heights
Based on the N64 stage of the same name but simplified for competitive play, this stage has a few unique attributes. The tall stack of platforms straight from the classic stage allow for vertical chasing, but the open area on the other side allows for more room to breathe. The ledges are also very unique, thanks to the roof-like structures. You can roll to the other side of them from the ledge, or get up behind them for a defensive wall. It's a very unique attribute. The thing is, I can't figure out how to get players to stop spawning on the soft platforms. Any help?
Fountain of Lava
Kirby - Gourmet Race
Based on the Melee stage Fountain of Dreams, this turned out rather different from the original. The moving platforms are replaced by an incomplete Battlefield layout, creating an asymmetrical feel that sort of mimics the classic Melee stage. There's a new moving platform that goes between the two ledges, though. While the lava is mostly cosmetic, it flows down underneath the ledges for a tricky hazard when recovering, so be careful!
Star Fox - Star Wolf's Theme / Sector Z
This stage is basically a test of the "asymmetrical" stage concept, allowing for different playstyles for each side. The right hand side has platforms for chasing and shooting projectiles at the raised up left hand side, and a lower ledge for better meteor smashes, while the left hand side is more open for characters like Little Mac, and has a slightly higher ledge for easier vertical KOs (although not quite as good as the platforms on the right can provide).
If any of these stages expire, let me know if you want to download one and I'll see if I can repost it when I get the time. Hope you enjoyed!
I seen this when looking for custom stages on Miiverse. Nice work!Just put the finishing touches on this guy. Hope y'all enjoy.
And the Miiverse post:
Thanks bud. I've had a lot of fun making/playing on it. Glad it's being enjoyed.I seen this when looking for custom stages on Miiverse. Nice work!