Color Wonderland

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Color Wonderland
Author: SpyKid
Version: v2.04
Date of latest version: 2020-08-20
Editors used: 3ds Max, BrawlBox, CTools, KMP Cloud, MagicY, SketchUp, Wiimms SZS Tools
WBZ files: ct.wiimm.de
Download: Icedrive

Overview

Color Wonderland[en] is a custom track created by SpyKid. It is a floating dreamworld-themed track consisting of cloud roads, rainbow roads and many colorful blocks.

In August 2019, the author announced a remake to add several quality of life updates and making the track easier to play due to high request. The update features a new skybox in a pastel color room. It keeps the original design for the most part, but makes it easier to play and upgrades the visuals.

Credits

Media

v2.0 VS Race
v1.0 VS Race

Version History

Version Date of release Information
Preview ≤ 2014-10-10 Test version
Beta 2015-04-08 First release
v1.0 2015-05-19 Update by zilly:
  • Added light source.
  • Added new cube textures.
  • Remapped all blocks.
  • Improved boost panel animation.
v1.1 2015-09-02
  • Improved Bullet Bill drop-offs.
  • Improved respawn point heights.
v2.0 2019-12-19 Remade from scratch.
v2.01 2020-07-01
  • Moved an enemy route point.
  • Raised an item route point.
v2.02 2020-07-16 Update by Tock:
v2.03 2020-08-19 Fixed item routes.
v2.04 2020-08-20 Readded some effect files.
v2.04.mkd 2023-01-17 Unofficial update by Diego Vapy:
  • Changed start line banner.

Custom Track Distributions

This track is part of the following Custom Track Distributions:

Names in Other Languages

Dutch: Kleurenwonderland
French: Pays Merveilleux Coloré
German: Farb-Wunderland
Italian: Paese delle Cromomeraviglie
Japanese: カラーワンダーランド
Korean: 색상 원더랜드
Portuguese: Colorilândia
Russian: Страна чудес и цвета
Spanish: Colorilandia
Greek: Πολύχρωμη Θαυματοχώρα
Polish: Kolorowa Kraina Czarów
Finnish: Värien ihmemaa
Swedish: Färgsagolandet
Czech: Barevná Říše Divů
Danish: Farve-eventyrland

[en] - Known as Colour Wonderland in Europe and Australia

Trivia

  • The track became a "love it or hate it" track among the player-base and it also is popular among Japanese players.
  • There were always complaints about the difficulty of the track, even though it was intended to be one of the harder tracks.
  • There is a hidden area in the track. In v1.0, players could find a Star from Super Mario 64 in this area. Since v2.0, there is a Power Moon from Super Mario Odyssey in that location.
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