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''VideoGame/MakeAGoodLevelX'' has its tropes on its page.This game should not be confused with Alvin-Earthworm's web animation series, ''WebAnimation/SuperMarioBrosZ''.


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* ''VideoGame/MakeAGoodLevelX''

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* UnwinnableByMistake: In the level "Switch Action Zone", there is a section where you have to hit a P-switch, and then go in a pipe and hit Question Mark blocks which turn into coins when hit due to said P-switch. If the P-switch expires before you hit enough blocks to get out, you become softlocked.

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The game was first released in 2009 with the Editor and default episode “The Invasion”, which served as a showcase of the editor’s capabilities and a fully-fleshed out Mario adventure in its own right. It would continue to receive official updates from Redigit up until 1.3.0 towards the very end of 2010. At one point in 2010 The Invasion was replaced with three new default episodes: “The Invasion 2.0”, an updated version of The Invasion that showcased the vastly ramped up new features of the Editor, “The Princess Cliche”, and “The Great Empire”. Development officially ceased in 2011, though the community around the game remained active.


* [[GuestFighter Guest Player]]: Link from ''Franchise/TheLegendOfZelda'' series. His sprites and moveset are cribbed from VideoGame/ZeldaIITheAdventureOfLink.

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* [[GuestFighter GuestFighter: Guest Player]]: Player: Link from ''Franchise/TheLegendOfZelda'' series. His sprites and moveset are cribbed from VideoGame/ZeldaIITheAdventureOfLink.



* InvincibilityPowerUp: {{Averted|Trope}}. Redigit was well known for being vehemently against adding this during the game's development, since he thought it would be misused, as in ''VideoGame/SuperMarioFlash'''s levels. Instead, the Stars act as collectibles, as in ''VideoGame/SuperMario64''.
** The aversion is averted with Super Mario Bros X 2.0, where there is a Super Star in development.



* SuperStar: {{Averted|Trope}}. Redigit was well known for being vehemently against adding this during the game's development, since he thought it would be misused, as in ''VideoGame/SuperMarioFlash'''s levels. Instead, the Stars act as collectibles, as in ''VideoGame/SuperMario64''.
** The aversion is averted with Super Mario Bros X 2.0, where there is a Super Star in development.


%%* BonusBoss: [[spoiler:Mother Brain exists in one of the Metroid-styled "Pwnhammer" levels.]]
%%* BrainInAJar: [[spoiler:Mother Brain.]]

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%%* * BonusBoss: [[spoiler:Mother Brain exists in one of the Metroid-styled "Pwnhammer" levels.]]
%%* BrainInAJar: [[spoiler:Mother Brain.
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%%* FiveManBand:
%%** TheHero: Mario.
%%** TheLancer[=/=]TheSmartGuy: Luigi.
%%** TagalongKid: Toad.
%%** TheChick: Peach.
%%** TheBigGuy[=/=]GuestStarPartyMember: [[Franchise/TheLegendOfZelda Link]].

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%%* BonusBoss: [[spoiler:Mother Brain.]]

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* AsTheGoodBookSays: Surprisingly, the default end credits sequence present in the engine contain a passage from [[Literature/TheBible Colossians]].
%%* BonusBoss: [[spoiler:Mother Brain.Brain exists in one of the Metroid-styled "Pwnhammer" levels.]]


** Version 2.0 also includes [[Franchise/MetalGear Solid Snake]], [[{{VideoGame/Knytt Stories}} Juni]], [[Franchise/TheLegendOfZelda Zelda]], [[{{Franchise/Metroid}} Samus]], [[Franchise/MegaMan]], and VideoGame/Klonoa. However, due to their unusual game mechanics they typically have to have levels made specifically for them.

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** Version 2.0 also includes [[Franchise/MetalGear Solid Snake]], [[{{VideoGame/Knytt Stories}} Juni]], [[Franchise/TheLegendOfZelda Zelda]], [[{{Franchise/Metroid}} Samus]], [[Franchise/MegaMan]], Franchise/MegaMan, and VideoGame/Klonoa.{{VideoGame/Klonoa}}. However, due to their unusual game mechanics they typically have to have levels made specifically for them.


** Version 2.0 also includes [[Franchise/MetalGear Solid Snake]], [[{{VideoGame/Knytt}} the Knytt]], [[Franchise/TheLegendOfZelda Zelda]], [[{{Franchise/Metroid}} Samus]], [[Franchise/MegaMan]], and VideoGame/Klonoa. However, due to their unusual game mechanics they typically have to have levels made specifically for them.

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** Version 2.0 also includes [[Franchise/MetalGear Solid Snake]], [[{{VideoGame/Knytt}} the Knytt]], [[{{VideoGame/Knytt Stories}} Juni]], [[Franchise/TheLegendOfZelda Zelda]], [[{{Franchise/Metroid}} Samus]], [[Franchise/MegaMan]], and VideoGame/Klonoa. However, due to their unusual game mechanics they typically have to have levels made specifically for them.


** Version 2.0 also includes [[Franchise/MetalGear Solid Snake]], [[{{VideoGame/Knytt}} the Knytt]], [[Franchise/TheLegendOfZelda Zelda]], [[Franchise/Metroid Samus]], [[Franchise/MegaMan]], and VideoGame/Klonoa. However, due to their unusual game mechanics they typically have to have levels made specifically for them.

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** Version 2.0 also includes [[Franchise/MetalGear Solid Snake]], [[{{VideoGame/Knytt}} the Knytt]], [[Franchise/TheLegendOfZelda Zelda]], [[Franchise/Metroid [[{{Franchise/Metroid}} Samus]], [[Franchise/MegaMan]], and VideoGame/Klonoa. However, due to their unusual game mechanics they typically have to have levels made specifically for them.


** Version 2.0 also includes [[Franchise/MetalGear Solid Snake]], [[VideoGame/Knytt the Knytt]], [[Franchise/TheLegendOfZelda Zelda]], [[Franchise/Metroid Samus]], [[Franchise/MegaMan]], and VideoGame/Klonoa. However, due to their unusual game mechanics they typically have to have levels made specifically for them.

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** Version 2.0 also includes [[Franchise/MetalGear Solid Snake]], [[VideoGame/Knytt [[{{VideoGame/Knytt}} the Knytt]], [[Franchise/TheLegendOfZelda Zelda]], [[Franchise/Metroid Samus]], [[Franchise/MegaMan]], and VideoGame/Klonoa. However, due to their unusual game mechanics they typically have to have levels made specifically for them.

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** Version 2.0 also includes [[Franchise/MetalGear Solid Snake]], [[VideoGame/Knytt the Knytt]], [[Franchise/TheLegendOfZelda Zelda]], [[Franchise/Metroid Samus]], [[Franchise/MegaMan]], and VideoGame/Klonoa. However, due to their unusual game mechanics they typically have to have levels made specifically for them.


%%* ActionGirl: Princess Peach.

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%%* * ActionGirl: Princess Peach.Peach is playable here, and can use all the same power-ups that Mario can.



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