Sprite Editor DS v0.3.2

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Aug 30, 2008

Sprite Editor DS v0.3.2 by JPH at 5:25 AM (2,795 Views / 0 Likes) 6 replies

  1. JPH
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    [​IMG] Sprite Editor DS v0.3.2
    New Cursor Mode Added
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    Sprite Editor DS (SEDS) is, what it sounds like, a sprite creator application for the Nintendo DS.
    You can see the updates for this version, such as the new "cursor mode", below. Grab the download from our Download Center...
    [​IMG] Off-site Download
    [​IMG] Developer's Blog

    Thanks to PDRoms for the news.
     
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    Interesting,anyone know what file type the sprites are saved as?
     
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    The file uploaded in the download centre is the source file. To get the binary (.nds) you have to go on his website...

    Could be good... though there are no shortages of paint programs for DS.
     
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    Thanks guys. I was wondering why a source was supplied as a homebrew. Ya'll kick ass! Thanks [​IMG]
     
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    my own .spr format, which is designed for easy use in future .nds games.

    You can convert them to whatever imlib-supported format you want (e.g. .png, .gif ...) using the appropriate script and there is a separate open-source library if you need to reuse the .spr files in your own games, as well as a separate (pre-alpha) level editor directly using .spr tilesets.
     

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