Is there a NSMB DS powerup maker?

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  1. colt05
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    Hey guys.
    Just wanted to know if there was a patch maker for New Super Mario Bros DS that would let you add a power up and adding a chance of getting it in the Mushroom House?
    Thanks!
     
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    There isn't on NSMBHD, the place where NSMB stuff happens.
     
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    I've been to NSMBHD, but their editor just lets you open the rom and edit levels.
     
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    Oh ok. Is there one anywhere else?
     
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    in the illuminati headquar—I have said too much!
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    Custom powerups would require major knowledge in assembly.
     
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    Oh thanks.
     
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    Actually, it is technically "possible" to make custom powerups, there just isn't an easy way (that I know of) with an editor.
    You can do them with knowledge in C/C++ and some ARM Assembly. There is a hack called ASMB that employs an ASM hack to create a "flying shell" powerup like NSMBU. The rest of the hack was made with NSMBe from www.nsmbhd.net . I would take a look at this. However, you probably don't have the skills to pull it off as ASM hacking takes a long time and requires experience with programming and ARM assembly...

    ...however, seeing you are just starting, there is a tutorial for applying ASM hacks to NSMB here: blarg

    You're welcome.
     
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