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* EverythingsSquishierWithCephalopods: raocow's level from the first contest, which made 10th place, was about squids.


You can watch raocow's LP of [=MaGLX1=] [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KNd7ZIrB7bA&list=PLgDMdsdtqKDs_LAP1SdzOMHCJeyiKbO44 here]], and his ongoing LP of [=MaGLX2=] [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=L_rl2vwW0zQ&list=PLAMbKlgpgPbj-97ZR9irXoed68d6_neyb here]]. [=MaGLX1=] [[note]]the original version, not the improved hub version[[/note]] is available for download [[http://www.mediafire.com/download/am6bk3c140aqq0e/MaGL_X-v1.00-%E5%A0%80%E5%B7%9D%E7%89%88.7z here]].

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You can watch raocow's LP of [=MaGLX1=] [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KNd7ZIrB7bA&list=PLgDMdsdtqKDs_LAP1SdzOMHCJeyiKbO44 here]], and his ongoing LP of [=MaGLX2=] [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=L_rl2vwW0zQ&list=PLAMbKlgpgPbj-97ZR9irXoed68d6_neyb here]]. [=MaGLX1=] [[note]]the original version, not the improved hub version[[/note]] is available for download [[http://www.mediafire.com/download/am6bk3c140aqq0e/MaGL_X-v1.00-%E5%A0%80%E5%B7%9D%E7%89%88.7z here]].


The ''Make a Good Level Contest X'', or [=MaGLX=] for short, is a Talkhaus level contest that is played by [[LetsPlay/{{Raocow}} raocow]]. The contest is made through the VideoGame/SuperMarioBrosX engine and has had two installments in the series.

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The ''Make a Good Level Contest X'', or [=MaGLX=] for short, is a Talkhaus level contest that is played by [[LetsPlay/{{Raocow}} raocow]]. The contest is made through the VideoGame/SuperMarioBrosX ''VideoGame/SuperMarioBrosX'' engine and has had two installments in the series.


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* OneHundredPercentCompletion: The first contest unlocks a postgame with around a dozen extra levels by judges, Talkhaus admins, and special guests if you get all ~160 stars in the main game. The second contest also has a postgame like this, but its extent is yet to be revealed.

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* OneHundredPercentCompletion: The first contest unlocks a postgame with around a dozen extra levels by judges, Talkhaus admins, and special guests if you get all ~160 stars in the main game. The second contest also has a postgame like this, but its extent is yet to be revealed.with even more levels by some of raocow's favourite video- and game creators and [[spoiler:a bunch of levels [[AndNowForSomeoneCompletelyDifferent introducing the characters that are added in SMBX 2.0]]]].


The first contest, with 134 entries, ran in March 2014 and lasted for two months. The second one, with 272 levels and 31 bosses submitted, is still currently running, and started in July 2015. The second one is notable for being the first major episode to feature [=LunaLua=], a system that allows users to write code for virtually anything that can be run in SMBX levels. The second contest also had to be split into two different episodes due to its massive size, and the two episodes are linked with [=LunaLua=]. Due to its Talkhaus origins, the game also features elements from VideoGame/ASuperMarioThing as well.

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The first contest, with 134 entries, ran in March 2014 and lasted for two months. The second one, with 272 levels and 31 bosses submitted, is still currently running, and started in July 2015.2015 and lasted for nearly half a year. The second one is notable for being the first major episode to feature [=LunaLua=], a system that allows users to write code for virtually anything that can be run in SMBX levels. The second contest also had to be split into two different episodes due to its massive size, and the two episodes are linked with [=LunaLua=]. Due to its Talkhaus origins, the game also features elements from VideoGame/ASuperMarioThing as well.


** The postgame for the second game has ''THREE'' relay levels (collaboration levels made by numerous users with one screen each, based off the [=A2XT=] relay level) in the final tier: The [=SMBX=] Community one, the talkhaus one, and the [[MarathonBoss MaFAB one]].

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** The postgame for the second game has ''THREE'' relay levels (collaboration levels made by numerous users with one screen each, based off the [=A2XT=] relay level) in the final tier: The [=SMBX=] Community one, one ("Juxtaposition"), the talkhaus one, one ("You Only Have Yourself to Blame"), and the [[MarathonBoss MaFAB one]].


** The postgame has **THREE** relay levels (collaboration levels made by numerous users with one screen each, based off the [=A2XT=] relay level) in the final tier: The [=SMBX=] Community one, the talkhaus one, and the [[MarathonBoss MaFAB one]].

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** The postgame for the second game has **THREE** ''THREE'' relay levels (collaboration levels made by numerous users with one screen each, based off the [=A2XT=] relay level) in the final tier: The [=SMBX=] Community one, the talkhaus one, and the [[MarathonBoss MaFAB one]].


%% ** The postgame level that will inevitably be played, [[spoiler:the "[=MaGLX 2=] Relay Level/You Only Have Yourself to Blame",]] will be this.

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%% ** The postgame level that will inevitably be played, [[spoiler:the "[=MaGLX 2=] Relay Level/You Only Have Yourself to Blame",]] will be this.has **THREE** relay levels (collaboration levels made by numerous users with one screen each, based off the [=A2XT=] relay level) in the final tier: The [=SMBX=] Community one, the talkhaus one, and the [[MarathonBoss MaFAB one]].


** The third tier of the Moon world (the second part of the postgame) is this, as a promotion for Super Mario Bros X 2.0. So far, we have [[spoiler:Rosalina and Ninja Bomberman]] as new characters.

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** The third tier of the Moon world (the second part of the postgame) is this, as a promotion for Super Mario Bros X 2.0. So far, we have [[spoiler:Rosalina and The new characters shown were [[spoiler:Rosalina, Ninja Bomberman]] as new characters.Bomberman, Wario, Bowser, Solid Snake, Zelda, Mega Man, and Samus]].


** The third tier of the postgame is this, as a promotion for Super Mario Bros X 2.0. So far, we have [[spoiler:Rosalina]] as a new debut.

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** The third tier of the postgame Moon world (the second part of the postgame) is this, as a promotion for Super Mario Bros X 2.0. So far, we have [[spoiler:Rosalina]] [[spoiler:Rosalina and Ninja Bomberman]] as a new debut.characters.

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** The third tier of the postgame is this, as a promotion for Super Mario Bros X 2.0. So far, we have [[spoiler:Rosalina]] as a new debut.


** "River" from the first contest is an incredibly short level ending with a star and a sign saying that the creator couldn't struggle with the SMBX editor any more.

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** "River" from the first contest is an incredibly short level ending with a star and a sign saying that the creator couldn't struggle with the SMBX editor any more.more




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* SpecialGuest: [[spoiler:Other notable Lets-Players will submit stuff to the postgame as well. It has occurred in both contests]].


* *AntiPoopSocking: Playthrough-wise, raocow usually plays an average of 2 levels per day (1 if it's really long, 3 if the levels are relatively short). Seeing how raocow's playthroughs are done before the episodes are released to the general public, feels like this for the contest in general.

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* *AntiPoopSocking: AntiPoopSocking: Playthrough-wise, raocow usually plays an average of 2 levels per day (1 if it's really long, 3 if the levels are relatively short). Seeing how raocow's playthroughs are done before the episodes are released to the general public, feels like this for the contest in general.

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* *AntiPoopSocking: Playthrough-wise, raocow usually plays an average of 2 levels per day (1 if it's really long, 3 if the levels are relatively short). Seeing how raocow's playthroughs are done before the episodes are released to the general public, feels like this for the contest in general.

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