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Hey there! I'm AltairYoshi, or simply Altair! I'm a big fan of everything Nintendo and especially the Mario series. I have a variety of hobbies, such as art, video editing, gaming, and of course modding! I've been modding games since 2018, and I mainly make custom tracks for Mario Kart Wii and Mario Kart DS, but I'm looking into other games too. My skill in Mario Kart Wii is not very advanced however; I'm a lot more on the casual side with just enough knowledge to survive in Wiimmfi lobbies, which probably reflects on my track design. :P

I use Blender to create my tracks. I enjoy making tracks that feel like they belong in the Mario world, and I go for fair and fun gameplay, and immersive visuals or settings. I occasionally go for more unique ideas too. In regards to my tracks, I allow any minor updates to them such as slot changes, and any bug fixes if they're not in my plans, a message telling me so on Discord would be appreciated. Including any track in a distribution is totally fine by me, thank you if you do! Lastly, if there's a custom object or model/texture of mine you'd like to use, I'd appreciate asking me first. Most textures I use are from Nintendo's own games however, so you're free to take most of them. Thanks for dropping by, and I hope you enjoy my mods! :D

Formerly NintyYoshi/NintenYoshi.

Fun facts about me!

  • I'm from Puerto Rico, and Spanish is my native language.
  • Yoshi is my favorite character ever (shocker!)
  • My favorite games are Super Mario Galaxy 1 and 2, and Ghost Trick: Phantom Detective. I also love basically all games in the Ace Attorney series.
  • I started out modeling with SketchUp before switching to Blender in 2019.
  • Super Mario Galaxy modding is the reason I even mod games today, but I'm yet to make a proper mod for it. Hopefully soon!
  • My activity around the community ebbs and flows, but you're most likely to find me on the Custom Track Jams Discord server.

Custom Tracks

Track Version Notes Update planned?
Cliffside Circuit v2.2 My first ever custom track! No
Luxville v1.0 A track dedicated to a friend. No
Snowy Thrill Trail v1.0 A snowy downhill with broken boost pads. Yes
SNES Ghost Valley 3 v2.0 A reimagined version of an underrated classic. No
N64 Toad's Turnpike v2.3 Based on the MK8 version. First track to be fully done in Blender! No
Puzzle Plank Pass v1.0 Designed by B O Y, my first track to include shadow mapping. Yes
Parallel Purgatory v1.0 Collab with j8bit-forager. No
Sarasa Kingdom v1.8 Designed by SkippDT64, my most detailed track. No
Moonlight Lake v1.0 A peaceful track based on a lake near my area. Yes
Wario's Cosmic Construction v1.2 Collab with JadenMKW for the Custom Track Jams. No
Bonita Harbor Beta Made for the CT Jams, really proud of the visuals. Yes
N64 Frappe Snowland v1.3.1 Based on the MKT version. Why does it have Frappe in the name? No
Flash Black Forest Beta Made for the CT Jams, features a very flashy gimmick! Yes
Tropical Cloudway v1.0 Collab with Toxic Amaranth for the CT Jams. No
Tour Merry Mountain v1.0 Collab with Luca. One of my favorite MKT tracks! No
Frostburn Falls v1.1 CT Jam track. Yoshi Falls meets Shiverburn Galaxy! No

Minor updates may happen to any track at any time.

Custom Battle Arenas

Arena Version Notes Update planned?
Moonview Plaza v2.0 My first custom arena! No
DS Nintendo DS v1.1 An improved port of a memorable arena! No
N64 Block Fort v1.0 A simple port, not much effort went into it. No

Texture Hacks

Texture Version Notes Update planned?
Cosmic Yoshi v1.0 A texture based on SMG's Cosmic Clones. No
Snowview Highway v1.0 A snowy Moonview Highway! No
Retro Bowser's Castle v1.0 A retro makeover to a retro track. :P No
Mr. L v1.0 The Green Thunder himself! No
Midnight Square v1.0 My favorite texture I've made. No
Nighttime Hills v1.0 Desert Hills, but at night. Cool, huh? No

Currently Working On...

  • Altair's Music Pack: Just a good old music pack that has been in the works since 2018 and I'm finally getting around to finishing.