Choose your battle ground
Super Mario World (SNES)
Yoshi's Island 2
This was the first stage I've ever made, and I've gotta say, I'm more proud of this stage than any other stage I've made so far. In fact, this is my most favorite stage of them all, because it brings back so many memories on when I played Super Mario Advance 2/Super Mario World on the Gameboy. This is the first level I have played.
Also known as Bowser's Castle in the DEF files, this was the first castle level I have played (again) in Super Mario World on the Gameboy. I primarily made this because there was a Bowser Castle stage from Super Mario Allstars on the SNES, and Bowser was in the background. I thought it was a little weird seeing 1 Bowser in the battle ground, and another Bowser in the background.
Vanilla Dome 2
A new stage I've made. This stage is impressive compared to the others, primarily because of the new gimmick I've added. The moving enemies. This is the first cave level I've played, and the ACTUAL first level I've played on Super Mario World. The Yoshi's Island stage was the first regular level I've played.
Donut Ghost House
I was meant to release this stage on Halloween, but my 2 nephews were here, so I had to sleep past it. I can't remember my first ghost house level, so I just took this one. Plus I kinda like Donut Plains, especially the music in it.
This is a quick stage I whipped up for Christmas day. I was looking for a snow stage for me to make, and the Donut Secret was the only one I could find.
MegaMan 2 (NES)
I primarily created this stage because there wasn't a suitable stage for NES MegaMan, and a lot of stages have small foregrounds.
Tamagawa Minami High
If you don't know what Tamagawa Minami High is, it's the school that Sakura Kasugano goes to. This is made for my version of Sakura, which Idk when I'm going to make; however, you can use this for any version of Sakura that you have.
This is basically a stage for Ryu. I tried to make one like this a long time ago, but it looked ugly as heck. This is a stage now drawn by a artist commissioned by me.