QUOTE(cancerous1 @ Feb 26 2011, 11:20 PM)
feel free to make more homebrew if this isn't what you like
No, no, I was just joking. Of course I love it! Been waiting for this update ever since I tried the first release
And now it's finally finished and bug-free
And big as hell, lots of maps and characters. It's just awsome
QUOTE(gthesob @ Feb 28 2011, 02:52 AM)
This sounds good, I don't think I've heard of this before.
So how do I run this? There's no instructions in the nfo and I didn't see anything in earlier release posts. Do I just FTP it into the same directory as I would if I were uploading a game after converting with ISO2GOD?
I just put my "SuperMarioWar"-folder from the .rar into hdd1:/Games/.
So it's "hdd1:/Games/SuperMarioWar/"
If you use FreeStyle Dashboard it should find SuperMarioWars automaticly if you browse "Games".
Not required, but a cool way to boot games from QuickLaunch menu:
I used QuickBoot 2.1 to make a shortcut to the .xex. Have you ever tried QuickBoot? Well, it's a PC-program that you open, direct it to the .xex-file you want to start (default.xex in SuperMarioWar-folder), and press Open.
Rewrite the path to /Games/SuperMarioWar/ and press Build All.
When it asks if you want to FTP it to your Xbox, press Yes and enter your FTP information (IP login/pass).
You can also manually copy this file via FTP later on if you want. It will be put in "root:/Content/".
The secound you're done with copying the files QuickBoot creates, you should see the new icon and MarioWars in your QuickLaunch menu from wherever you are.
I do this with all my games, emus and apps.ninjaedit:
Eh, nevermind, if you use ISO2GOD you already get it in your QuickLaunch. And yes, it's just like any other game. So the quick answer to your question is Yes.