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The sandbox needed more sand, so I put some above this text!
There was something here...let's not put it back in.
By the way this would be the unreleased template (sort of; the icon is temporary):
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Wow, has it been that long since the sandbox was edited??
3,913 is quite a lot of articles, even if it's tiny compared to Wikipedia.
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This text should be under a cactus.
This should too.
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Super Game Boy Test
Combines a SGB border with a non-bordered Game Boy image.
Spoiler Test Template
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Just an idea for a template.
About these unused textures...
I heard that this is an early blue Bowser's eye, since in the final version his eyes are red. I searched a video on Youtube of beta footage to see if this is true and I found this which proves that this is true (3 minutes and 45 seconds of video). Is it wroth being mentioned in the article?
I have two guesses of what this may be: these flashing enemies that moved in circles found in castles and towers from Super Mario Bros. 3 (maybe they were meant to return?) or just a test texture. Any guesses?
This one is interesting. In Super Mario Wiki, this is what the page says: Mario collecting a key, with the "key counter" on the screen. (The "key counter" is stored in the game code, holding up to 6 characters, however, the key symbol is only in the Japanese version, in the PAL, it is replaced with a "Ü" symbol), accompanied by this image (which I can't figure out if it's an early screenshot or a screenshot from the final version taken by an emulator). Maybe Big Boo's Haunt was supposed to have a "key counter" counting track of every key the player collects in the level? Again, is it wroth mentioning in the article?Also, I suppose that this image contains an unused Ü symbol, however, I'm not sure if it's really unused. If it is, may someone rip it from the game, please? TempleofDreams (talk) 21:18, 23 September 2013 (EDT)