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Mors worked with [[AwaggKing]] and [[Goldstorm]] to reprogram the Level search bot to allow it to give users the gaming roles. The change was enabled on January 23, 2020.
 
Mors worked with [[AwaggKing]] and [[Goldstorm]] to reprogram the Level search bot to allow it to give users the gaming roles. The change was enabled on January 23, 2020.
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Mors said that [[1.6.0]] was the first update since [[1.1.0]] where he contributes significantly.<ref>[https://twitter.com/MorsGames/status/1231333469457874946 Mors (@MorsGames) says he made "a significant amount of contribution" to 1.6 on Twitter]</ref> He upgraded the auto-updater's visuals and worked on example level [[Developer Challenges]] in collaboration with other developers.
  
 
==Contributions==
 
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===Example Levels===
 
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*[[Developer Challenges]] (In collaboration with other then developers)
 
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[[Category:Developers]]
 
[[Category:Developers]]

Revision as of 05:18, 18 May 2020

Mors
MorsStaffIcon.png
Mors' icon in Mega Man Maker
Information
Role: Website programmer
Discord bot programmer
UI Designer
Also known as MorsGames
Gender: Male
Lives in Turkey
Known for Super Mario Flashback (lead developer)
Mario Fan Games Galaxy (moderator)
Discord: Mors#3278
Website: Twitter
Website
YouTube

Mors is the website designer for Mega Man Maker. He also created the Discord level search bot, automatic updater, one-click level play, and often assists with managing the forums and various other areas of development. Besides his role on the development team, Mors also develops his own fangame known as Super Mario Flashback and moderates Mario Fan Games Galaxy (also known as MFGG).

He helped create the forum alongside WreckingPrograms and Alex.

Mors worked with AwaggKing and Goldstorm to reprogram the Level search bot to allow it to give users the gaming roles. The change was enabled on January 23, 2020.

Mors said that 1.6.0 was the first update since 1.1.0 where he contributes significantly.[1] He upgraded the auto-updater's visuals and worked on example level Developer Challenges in collaboration with other developers.

Contributions

General

Example Levels

References