|Last Modified||27 January 2017|
Since at the early year of 2002, this fellow Japanese hacker made some good-quality SMB hacks. His/her first hack was uploaded at YY’s (If you know him) uploader where many people uploaded their hacks there. Seemingly that it does not exist anymore after a while, he/she decided to make a website to share his/her made hacks.
web.archive.org/web/geocities.co.jp/Playtown-Bishop/2283 is his old site, arranged during 2004. He/she had made some famous, and as well as a few infamous (glitchfest or kaizo as most of you call it) SMB Hacks there, like the Star Shuriken Mario series. He/she ordered the difficulty rate in the hacks so people can know which hack would suit them.
But then, slowly to became more and more inactive, the website was shut down as the result, during 2009/10(?).
He/she suddenly sprang out to life when he/she started to upload new hacks at SMB Archives since 2013. With the extra ability to learn 6502 ASM, quite a few high-standard hacks were made.
Deciding to resurrect his/her site, he/she resumed SMB Hacking, with the website having a different layout (and colours) than the old one. Many of his/her old works were not shared on the site anymore but could be easily found, when simply typed in your search bar.
His/her last hack (Not shown on the site) was the arcade edition of another hack, Kirikaze’s Classic SMB Vol.1, including instructions with tools on how to convert your hack resembling VSSMB.