Tuesday, December 8, 2015

The Future of Project Ganondorf

Hey gang, so I'm looking into the future of Project Ganondorf, and though I know I'm going to keep working at it to polish and balance everything, there are certain limitations I have due to lack of skill in some areas. So I'm going to put this out there to see if anyone is willing to help/knows anyone who would be up for it.

I need help with the following areas so that I can perfect P:G to be as professional as possible:

1. An animator. Most of my animations either originated from the original game, or someone made them for me. Right now I don't have a consistent animator to help me out, so i need that to polish a number of animations, and perhaps even make some new ones.

2. A model and rigging expert. I thought I had someone that was going to help with this, but unfortunately that seems to have fallen through. I need someone who can polish some of the models I'm currently using, and also who can create something new from scratch/or by using a low poly model I have.

3. A hex coder (someone who can edit rel's, gct's and those kinds of tricky things) - For this I think I should have some help, but the person helping me out is rather busy, so I'm not sure how long it will take him to get around to helping. ALSO since he is busy I don't want to overload him wit more work if he cant take it on!

That is about it. If anyone wants to join the team, let me know. I could really use some help with this stuff!

Thanks all


Saturday, December 5, 2015

Keep Project: M alive!

This is a message to all Project: M and Project: Ganondorf fans! I know most of you have already still been playing Project: M, but I want to help make accessing the game as easy as possible! Here are the links to download Project: M...

Pick the version you'd like to use, and then simply use my installation instructions found right here on my blog if you need help:


If something isn't working properly after you've installed everything, please let me know and I'll try to fix the issue!

Thursday, December 3, 2015


The past few days have been very sad and hectic for Project: M fans, so I think it is about time for some good news! I'm happy to announce that my Wii is back up and running, and I'm back on the horse! Thank you to everyone for all your donations, and a special thanks to Alejandro Legarda for his very generous donation. You have all been very helpful for my progress! I should be back on track for another release within a reasonable time-span (though I'm not ready to announce a date yet).

There are still a hand-full of bugs I'm working on currently, and still some balancing I'm fiddling with. The bugs are close to being fixed, it's just a matter of minor (very tedious, time consuming) tweaks that need to be made. 

Keep an eye out for a teaser on what the new mechanics I've implemented are ;)

If you would like to donate, click the donate button below. Every donation, no matter how small, helps me devote more time and energy into Project Gaondorf (as well as possible future projects)

Thank you everyone!

Tuesday, December 1, 2015

R.I.P. Project: M :(

Hello Ganondorf and Project: M fans,

The recent news about Project: M coming to an end deeply saddens and pains me. I'm a huge fan of the mod and have closely followed the PMDT's work for the past 6 years. I was greatly looking forward to getting a chance to get my hands on future releases that incorporated more amazing content into the game, so this news is very disappointing. However, it's been a great pleasure to have had the chance play Project: M and have consistent updates for it as well. On the bright side, not getting future releases doesn't mean we cant play Project: M 3.6 forever!

All this being said, Project Ganondorf is still in development, and I am not quitting on it! I plan on polishing it in the coming months and possibly even years to make it as perfect as I possibly can!

I will say that I am currently being held back because of my Wii issues, and I'm working towards fixing these issues in an affordable way. Another option for me would be to pay to get it fixed, or to purchase a new Wii altogether. I have had bad experiences in the past with fixing old systems where the system would get fried again quickly, so in this I'd rather purchase something new that won't give me problems. Donations will help me raise the money to get everything working a lot faster, so the more of you that can help me out, the sooner I can get new content out there. 

Either way, I look forward to continuing to working on my mods and getting more content out there for my fans!

Thanks to everyone supporting my work, 

And thank you PMTD for everything you've done for the smash community!