Steady progress is being made on the 8-player Super Mario 64 Online project, but the same dev who is working on this very project, Kaze Emanuar, happens to be doing a Mario 64 crossover with The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time. Footage of both projects is now up, showcasing some promising developments.
The download for Mario 64 Maker is available through this very link: mediafire.com. Additionally, the same person who worked on Mario 64 Maker is working on an 8-player version of the original game that’s currently in alpha. However, given that the feature was announced a week ago and now that it works along with collisions is very impressive and will likely debut soon for the public.
Keep in mind that this is just the works of one guy, who sometimes has help by others every now and then. This one guy, though, has poured so much work into this project that 24 people can now play his Mario 64 Online game, however the new footage showing 8 players during alpha sits below.
At this pace it’s likely that the official download of Mario 64 Online and its 8 or 24 player mod will be up in no time. Moreover, the creator over said mod is also working on a Mario crossover project that features content from The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time.
In addition to the above, progress seems to be going rather well in that last week it was first announced and now it already has a lot of interactions set in place.
You can check out the latest video footage of Mario 64 crossover with The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time, as seen below.
I’m sure within a month Emanuar — and the few people helping him every now and then — will be able to put out something noteworthy, given that in one week all of the above popped up when it was all in alpha.
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