Version 3.0 of Super Mario Bros. Crossover is finally complete. This is our biggest update so far, and it features an entirely new set of levels from Super Mario Bros. Special. With the inclusion of difficulty-based maps, there are now 192 levels in the game. Some other notable features are a new difficulty system, a new skin selection system, full-screen support, and several new skins. For a full list of changes, see the version history page.
We are also pleased to announce that the game will no longer be locked to our website. You are free to put the game anywhere you like. The only limitation of playing the game on other websites is full-screen mode; it will only work on our site.
This game has gotten bigger than I ever thought it would, and much of that is thanks to the help of Zach Robinson and Blaine Hanna. I now wish to inform people that it is time for me to move on, so I will no longer be playing a large role in the development of this game. Blaine will now be the lead developer, and I will be spending nearly all of my time on Super Retro Squad.
More levels and skins will certainly be added to the game in the future, but I would probably consider this the last major release. As Super Retro Squad gets further along in development, it will be more difficult for any team members to devote time to this free game when it is filled with intellectual property that we do not own.
I would like to take a moment to thank everyone for making Super Mario Bros. Crossover a huge success. The huge positive response that this game received has changed my life, and it made it possible for me to form a development team and turn Exploding Rabbit into a production studio. I can never thank you enough for that.
Thanks again for your support, and I hope you enjoy Super Mario Bros. Crossover 3.0!