There comes a time when you're playing a game and you remember a certain version that you just really grew attached to. You keep it handy for those times you want to feel nostalgic for a change. But there is.... something about that one release that you just can't let go of, despite everybody else having moved on.... That person is me, and that version is 2.x.6. ---- Hey guys, it's Doq. Since I returned to Minus I've continually claimed that the best old Minus is 2.x.6. However, with the uprising of netplay and new technologies, the 2.x.6 release doesn't quite work anymore. As such, I'm introducing: Brawl Minus 2.x.6 Netplay Edition II Netplay Edition is exactly what it is: A rerelease of 2.x.6 for netplay. Everything about objectively the best old Minus, now online! But first: Spoiler: changelog 1 2.x.6 Netplay Edition Changelog (from 2.x.6) Gecko OS Screen: - As much as the mspaint gecko screen is funny, I changed it. NAH I PUT IT BACK Title Screen: - Made Dedede look betterer. - Changed the copyright banner. - Some other background elements. Menu: - Some texts Music: - Some musics Codes: - Netplay codes, yes. Stages: - Replaced Rainbow Cruise with Fountain of Dreams. Balance: - NONE. This is vanilla 2.x.6 balance- and gameplay-wise. Spoiler: changelogue II Global UI elements modernized, while still keeping true to the original feel. Stages Past stages are now on the past stages screen proper. Battlefield replaced with a legal version. (Original 2.x Battlefield replaces Frigate Orpheon) Hanenbow replaced with Yoshi's Story. Music Moved Renatus - Soleily from X05 to T01, solely for Pin's ALLI FUMAAAAAAD to come back. Added more music on menus and stages that needed them. Known Issues The SD switcher script to switch back to 4.2 says it's 4.0bc. This is just a text bug; the script otherwise works as intended. The selection screen background looks kinda crappy. And a download too. Drop the file contents in the same directory as Dolphin.exe in your 4.2 netplay build and select the one you want to use using the included scripts. https://mega.nz/file/L5lnQYJB#pLiIMTWWRCLXR6F6OgrWAcNuMRN7qUbHq0GU4jDs0G0 There you go. Now.... the slogan is a lot longer than now, but it kinda just sums to "break the limits".