A new update has arrived for Project M, a mod for Super Smash Bros. Brawl that changes characters, stages, and mechanics with the goal of making the game more competitively viable. The latest update, Project M 3.6, is now available for download. The update focuses mainly on balancing and bugfixing the Project M 3.6 Beta, but that doesn’t mean there aren’t a few cool extras, as well. Project M 3.6‘s full release features a new announcer and several new and returning stages.

Several stages have been added in the latest build, including a new Wario Land stage that uses the default platform setup from Brawl‘s WarioWare stage. Alternate stages have also been added. There’s an alternative layout for the Bowser’s Castle stage added in the last update, and the Brawl version of Bridge of Eldin and Rainbow Cruise have been added as well. In addition, holding “Z” while selecting the “HD remakes” of Peach’s Castle and Hyrule Castle will now allow you to access the Nintendo 64 versions of the stages.

There are lots of miscellaneous updates to several character’ moves, as well, and those interested in the full change list can find it here.

Are you interested in any of these additions? Let us know in the comments below.

Source: Project M Official Site

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