These are two small scripts I made a while ago to help me see or download images with a sequential filename (001, 002, 003… etc).
Or you can use the web app here:
The second one is a small Python script I did afterwards. While my idea was still focusing on image files, it can pretty much download any kind of file too as long is it has an extension in its file name. You can check the code and download it here:
Here’s a quick survey for all Super Mario Party players.
I thought about making a feature at N Masters dedicated Super Mario Party. At the moment, the main focus of it would be about having a record of all minigame highscores, or at least the ones where it’s possible. But before I start working on this idea, I want to see if there’s interest on it.
Below is the link to a survey where you can submit your best score in the first stage of the Puzzle Hustle minigame. Depending on how many people reply to it will make me decide if I go on with this idea as soon as possible or leave it for later.
The best times will be displayed at the following page:
Please be aware that, since this is only a test to see if there’s interest, I’ll be updating this page manually. The last time the page was updated will be displayed at the bottom.
When I started with the redesign of Makendou Central, I decided to do another quick Google search to see if there’s anything new to find about the franchise. Mainly, I browsed to see if there was any new fan art to be included in the gallery section that was about to open.
I did find a few new things but the most interesting one was this Japanese site that included cheat codes for many games (including a few for the original Makeruna! Makendou). And a lot of them seem to be previously unknown.
I’ve translated the two codes that were available for Makeruna! Makendou and shared them below.
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Like usual, Nintendo has recently sent an email to their Japanese users with a link to a another wallpaper set. Here’s the URL to the newest one for Summer 2018.
Long ago, I bought Mega Man X5 for PC (Windows) through Trygames since I didn’t own a PlayStation. And of course, back then, everything worked perfectly fine. Today, though, that copy of Mega Man X5 is now permanently locked since Trygames is dead.
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As usual, Nintendo has sent out a few wallpapers to Japanese Switch users who have played their latest published title. Here’s the link to access them.
The link contains wallpapers for PC, mobile devices, and tablets.
When I tried uploading the video of Corrin to the N Masters YouTube channel a few years ago, I had to take it down and edit out pretty much the whole 2nd new music track before uploading it again since, by some reason, it was causing the whole video to be muted. (Even though you could already hear that music during the first sample battle)
Now, I’ve found an alternative and different host where I can easily upload the full version of the video without worrying about it being suddenly muted or the file disappearing in any way. This is because it’s a decentralized service.
So now, here is the link to the full video as it was meant to be seen when it was originally uploaded. This version is around 3 minutes longer since it does contain the whole sample of the 2nd music track near the end of the video.
(For people who know about this kind of things and are wondering why I chose bit.tube over d.tube, it’s simple. Getting a Steem private key (account) to be able to use d.tube either costs or is free but takes weeks. Also, video playing doesn’t seem to work well and I’ve read about people having issues uploading. With bit.tube, it was free and simple to get a private key (account) and playing and uploading videos had no issues at all.)
Since Sony decided to remove everything related to Media Go when they stopped supporting it (even the actual download to its latest version) I wanted to share this for any PSP owner that may need it.
Media Go v3.2
This was the latest version that I could access from Sony’s servers (through archive.org ) and works well, afaik. Useful if you want to easily manage media files on your PSP, as they are converted properly and in decent quality.