New Super Mario Bros. X

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This article is about NSMBX developed by Core. For the cancelled NSMBX by Marco Benacchio, see Super Mario Bros: Remastered.


New Super Mario Bros. X

NSMBX-Icon.png

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NSMBX 1.0 (by Core) main menu

Platforms: Windows, macOS, Linux
Latest version: 1.0p2 (13 May 2020)
Coded in: C++
License: MIT License
State: In active development
Download: Forum Thread
Source code: Github (Resources, Launcher)
Official site:


New Super Mario Bros. X is an open-source Mario fan-game currently developed by Core. It is a fork of TheXTech, a C++ port of the original Super Mario Bros. X, and backward-compatible to these engines.

History

The development of an original NSMBX was started by Marco Benacchio on June 2011 as one of the earliest attempts to create a SMBX successor.[1] Later it was renamed to Super Mario Bros. X Remastered due to a naming controversy.[2] On January 2012, it was announced that the project would become open-source[3][4], however, within the same month it ended up being abandoned.[5]

NSMBX Logo

Following the publication and porting of SMBX's source-code, Core revived NSMBX in April 2020 by moving the development over to TheXTech's engine.[6]

Downloads

Windows and macOS

Download Links are available in the NSMBX thread on the SMBX forums.

Linux

Currently, to get NSMBX on Linux, you either have to use Wine, or you need to build it yourself[7].

To do the latter, install the following dependencies:

sudo apt install git mercurial cmake gcc g++ build-essential libsdl2-dev ninja-build

Download and unpack this Archive. Then run:

./build-nsmbx-linux-release.sh

References

Links

Super Mario Bros. X