In Brawl, you can make your own custom stages. To be able to download and upload stages, you must place your stages on an SD card that is compatible with Brawl (2 GB or less). Then connect your card to your computer and your stages will be stored in different places depending on which region of the game you own:
United States: private\wii\app\RSBE\st\
Each stage is a binary file (.bin) with its file name representing the date and time the stage was created. If you're looking for a specific stage, you'll have to memorize the date of the stage you're looking for. The date is overwritten each time you change and save your stage.
One way to get around this hassle is to use a hacked stage builder program that you download to your computer. Stage Studio is a great such program, and you can easily open your strangely-named stage files without having to switch back and forth between your Wii and your computer. Stage Studio also lets you break a lot of rules when it comes to the restrictions that Brawl's Stage Builder places, such as placing tiles on top of each other. However, while these restrictions may seem dumb at first, you'll notice that they were in fact crucial to how the computer AI works. You'll find that many of your hacked stages are not very friendly to computer opponents.
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Added to our System: Jun 22, 2011
Category: Other Games
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