by Chris L.
As you can see from the picture above, the Tetris
blocks were made with different colored stage pieces so that each familiar shape stands out. All the blocks from the classic title are accounted for at the bottom, aside from the coveted long bar.
Chris added the long block up top, though (depicted in our gallery), which was built by falling boxes to represent Tetris
Evoking the essence of the bar slowly dropping downward by using falling pieces is a simple, but clever idea.
Since Sakurai didn't give us an official stage themed with one of our favorite puzzle games, we have no qualms about brawling on this one.
1. Download the file
2. Save it to an SD card in the following location:
- US versions of Brawl: \private\wii\app\RSBE\st\st_080419_1807.bin
- Japanese versions of Brawl: \private\wii\app\RSBJ\st\st_080419_1807.bin
3. Put the SD card with the file on it in your Wii and start up Brawl
4. During the stage selection, click "Melee Stages" in the bottom-right corner
5. Then click "Custom Stages" in the bottom-right corner and choose the custom stage you want to play on (this particular stage is called "Sziltoj 2.")
Still don't get it? Not sure how to send in your own creation? Other questions on the stage feature? Just email firstname.lastname@example.org
We'd very much like to see some of your contributions and suggestions, so send them in to email@example.com
. From the hard, to the ridiculous, to the incredibly awesome, to the even more
ridiculous, make sure to show us your favorites (and your own creations)!
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