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Mors

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Aliases: Variations of Mors
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Mors first joined MFGG on January 25, 2010. Later he joined the forums on December 4, 2012. He is most well known for his fangame, Super Mario Flashback.

History

Mors started to make games in 2007 when he was 9 years old. His first games were made with GameMaker's official platformer example. Two years later he discovered Hello's Open Source SMB1 Engine and make several fangames with it. His first fully completed fangame was Super Mario Ztar, which got a very negative reception.

Later, he discovered Hello Mario Engine and started to make a game with it. He experimented with different ideas but eventually decided to work on a short fangame that took place in a typical lava world. It eventually transformed into Super Mario Bros.: IDK, which received negative reviews when it first came out. He later decided to make an improved version of the game with DragezeeY Engine VII, which turned into Mario & Luigi's Coin Chaos and managed to get a positive reception by the community. Mors later started to work on Super Mario Flashback in the summer of 2014. Despite it starting as a side project, it gained some popularity and even managed to get featured in several YouTube videos, and Mors decided to shift his attention to it. In 2017, Mors decided to start from scratch with a totally new engine and art style.

Mors also joined several Minigame Competitions during the development of Mario & Luigi's Coin Chaos, however, he couldn't manage to be successful due to his lack of skill. He has also joined NCFC 2013, NCFC 2014, and NCFC 2015, and NCFC 2017. In MFGG Awards 2014 his fangame Mario & Luigi's Coin Chaos won the Best Level Design category, and in the MFGG Awards 2015 while Mors himself won Best Programmer and Jack-of-all-Trades categories, his fangame Super Mario Flashback won Best Demo, Best Engine, Most Polished and Best Use of Site Resources categories.

Mors changed his name from UEU Fangaming to Mors around NCFC 2013.

On January 16 2016, Mors opened an unofficial Steam Group with Cruise Elroy and Syaxamaphone.

Ever since late 2017 Mors isn't very active on MFGG.

Trivia

  • Mors means "walrus" in Turkish.
  • During a Skype chat on July 29, 2014, Mors joked about changing his name to "asdfg131369", and VinnyVideo actually went into the Admin CP and changed it.


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