SMBX Preservation ArchiveAs services like Google Drive and MediaFire are deleting files if the original uploader has been inactive for a long time, many files are lost over time. Since many SMBX users rely on services like them, this raises the question of what will happen as more users leave the community or lose access to their accounts. Even by now, many episodes are no longer publicly accessible as the original download link is no longer available.
For this reason, _FyreNova started a movement to archive as many episodes, levels, graphics and scripts as possible. Thanks to Wohlstand, they are now accessible through a singular archive.
This archive is publicly accessible over this link.
Navigation:The episodes are categorised by the engine they were released for. This means that if you are looking for a SMBX 1.3 episode, you can find them in the SMBX 1.3 category. If an engine is compatible with another one, it is listed below the engine it is compatible with. For example, SMBX2 is fully compatible with SMBX 1.3 episodes, so it is listed below the 1.3 section. If you are looking for standalone episodes, you may check out the Packed games section. If you choose a section, you will find a collection of completed episodes. In case you are looking for demos or standalone levels, you can find them in the folders at the top of each section.
If you are looking for Assets such as graphics or scripts, you can find them in the Assets category or in Squishy Rex's Assets Archive.
The Other category contains a lot of other things, including community images, screenshots, or additional programs.
Most episodes, levels, graphic etc. also have a text file that contains additional information, such as their original creator. Unfortunately, not all archived files could be traced back, so some of them are missing this information.
If you want to get in contact with the team, you can join this Discord server.