Play Super Smash Bros. on Steam Deck/Linux? I Could Use Your Help with Some Testing

Play Super Smash Bros. on Steam Deck/Linux? I Could Use Your Help with Some Testing
Made a script that allows you to easily install mods!
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Overclock Your GameCube Controller Adapter on Steam Deck

Overclock Your GameCube Controller Adapter on Steam Deck
Finally, an easy way of doing it, and stays consistent across reboots too!
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Slippi 3.1.0 Adds Configurable Chat Messages, Fixes Building on Arch Linux

Slippi 3.1.0 Adds Configurable Chat Messages, Fixes Building on Arch Linux
Ubuntu 18.04 is no longer officially supported.
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Project+ 2.4 Adds New Stages, Costumes, Fixes Several Bugs

Project+ 2.4 Adds New Stages, Costumes, Fixes Several Bugs
Some characters also received balance adjustments.
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How to Set Up Project M EX Remix on Steam Deck

How to Set Up Project M EX Remix on Steam Deck
The most ambitious mod for Super Smash Bros. Brawl, right in the palm of your hand.
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Smash Clones Just Can’t Keep Up

Smash Clones Just Can't Keep Up
You may want to refrain from using the term ‘Smash killer’ for a while.
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Fraymakers, The 2D Platform Fighter - Quick Thoughts

Fraymakers, The 2D Platform Fighter - Quick Thoughts
Some quick n’ dirty thoughts regarding the new Smash Bros-like game around the block.
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The GameCube Controller, Powered by Open-Source Firmware

The GameCube Controller, Powered by Open-Source Firmware
If you follow me on Mastodon, you’re probably aware that I’m a bit of a Super Smash Bros. Melee fan. Someone in my Discord went so far as to call me a “Melee head.” It makes sense; there’s rarely a day that goes by without me playing a few singles or doubles matches. Melee is one of those games where it’s not only played for fun; my mind feels sharper, more focused.
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PhobGCC 2.0.2 Makes Firmware Updating Easier, Connection to C-Stick More Reliable

PhobGCC 2.0.2 Makes Firmware Updating Easier, Connection to C-Stick More Reliable
PhobGCC. Chances are you’ve probably never heard of it. Allow GitHub to explain what it is: The PhobGCC is a replacement motherboard for Gamecube controllers that reads stick position using magnets and Hall effect sensors instead of potentiometers that can wear out. It offers an advanced digital snapback filter that doesn’t reduce responsiveness and actually improves responsiveness in Melee. It also features gate calibration, swappable buttons, and facilitates installation of discrete switches on the D-pad and face buttons.
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Slippi Ranked is Finally Here!

Slippi Ranked is Finally Here!
Slippi version 3.0.0 is out. This release has early support for ranked matchmaking! For the time being, ranked matchmaking requires a subscription, the minimum of which will set you back at $5/month. Manage your Slippi account and choose your subscription tier. After that you’ll need to agree to the Terms of Service with the Slippi Launcher. Ranked matchmaking will be free after it comes out of early access. You can also check the leaderboards.
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