UA Paint v.99c

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  1. Destructobot
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    Destructobot Crave the Hammer

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    [​IMG] UA Paint v.99c
    Pixel art program for the DS.
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    -------UA Paint-------
    Uber Awesome Paint

    By BassAceGold


    A small paint program for pixel art.

    Features
    Changelog

    [​IMG] Download
    [​IMG] Release thread at the PAlib forums.

    Thanks go to soulanger1 for the news.
     
  2. Brainy142

    Brainy142 GBAtemp Regular

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    ooo I'l have to try this after school
     
  3. SoulAnger

    SoulAnger MENUdo's Developer

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    man you guys rocks. [​IMG]
    thanks for the thanks, so heres my thanks. 3x!
     
  4. Joey90

    Joey90 Not around any more

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    Oooh looks nice [​IMG]

    D-pad control of the pencil is very helpful - pixel art is impossible otherwise.
     
  5. Sephi

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    looks good, I'll be trying this out in a few minutes.


    edit: pretty awesome homebrew, and theres almost no bugs.
     
  6. EmeraldEx

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    Awesome, now I can sprite at school!
     
  7. Psyfira

    Psyfira Credit: 0ml. Insert tea to continue

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    I've got a massive backlog of homebrew apps to work through, but this one's definitely got my attention. The DS has been lacking some precision drawing application for some time, this looks like it's perfect to fill the gap [​IMG] And I'm loving the DS-style buttons.
     
  8. Commander

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    Very nice homebrew. The only improvement I can think of is the ability to hold down the D-Pad and it will continuously move instead having to tap the D-Pad each time.
    Anyway good works, can;t wait for the next version.