Warioware D.I.Y. .mio files sharing thread

Discussion in 'NDS - ROM Hacking and Translations' started by aurox, Mar 26, 2010.

  1. aurox
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    Hey guys!

    I just got my warioware working and i tried using yasu's miotool on my save and it actually worked... so can we make this as some kind of sharing thread for .mio files?
    i'll start with my first game
    Mario Kills by aurox
    Link:
    http://www.mediafire.com/?wymmemn1jmu
    download miotool here
    http://home.usay.jp/pc/etc/nds/
    scroll down and find miotool

    What is a .mio file?
    .mio files are the microgame files from a Warioware D.I.Y. (Made in Ore) save file(.sav), they are exported by miotool to make .mio files so that the games can be imported to other people's save file using miotool to play them on your ds and they work on both the english and japanese version. It's a more convenient way of sharing microgames than the wi-fi option which only gives you 2 slots to share games and requiring you to add using FC's...


    Now you guys share your mio files here [​IMG]
     


  2. Shadownhero

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    Ok i know what these are now!

    I've made a microgame that is just a pokemon battle based on Red and blue, just tap fight to win but if you run you lose. It's my first one but i like how it turned out!

    http://www.mediafire.com/?ejtla2ydvkk

    Here is a little pic of it

    [​IMG]
     
  3. aurox
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    Nice! i'm playing it now [​IMG]
     
  4. Shadownhero

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    I tried to get the music the same but i kinda gave up until i had more time to play with the record maker.
     
  5. aurox
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    you should add a bit more animations and some mechanics your music is good it really sounded like i was playing pokemon
     
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    Yeah I just wanted to get a feel for the first game i made without the tutorial.
     
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    how did u get the save files to work? is it possible on r4? i really want to play this but it's like one notch below worth buying.
     
  8. Shadownhero

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    I use an Acekard 2 with the latest AKAIO firmware. The save file for the game is created in the same folder you put the roms in on your microsd card
     
  9. Miser

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    The US version isn't working on R4 yet, the jap version aka Made in Ore works on YSMenu.
     
  10. mitch127

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    The link to miotools doesn't work, it just keeps redirecting me to Yasu's homepage...help?
     
  11. m2pt5

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    Ctrl+F -> "mio"
     
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    Here is my newest game: Mario Jump
    When you tap the screen, Mario will jump, and if you tap on the right moment, the bullet won't hit him.
    Win the game by just avoiding the bullet.
    Download Mario Jump here

    (I'd like to post a screenshot, but which program can I use the best to make a screenshot of Mario Jump? I normally use no$gba for it, but WarioWare D.I.Y doesn't work for it...)
     
  14. m2pt5

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    I don't know about Shadownhero, but I didn't take that screenshot, I used mioedit to save the individual images and pasted them together in Photoshop.

    Edit: Your Mario Jump game has a fatal flaw - you can keep tapping the screen to make Mario hover in midair.
     
  15. Shadownhero

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    bump for more games
     
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    OMG u stole my idea.

    HOWEVER, I am doing a professional-looking 3rd-generation one where you have to tap the super-effective move. Actually, can anyone help with getting the move art to be small enough to randomize & still see the other moves like RSEFrLg?
     
  18. m2pt5

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    If anyone here gets the Wiiware Warioware game, it would be cool if you transferred the games to the DS and dumped MIOs of them.

    Edit:
    Not a clue, but check that guy's videos, he did a whole bunch of "strip the girl" games. There's loads of images of them to be found on Pixiv as well; unfortunately, I don't see the originals getting much distribution, unless someone with a flashcart gets ahold of them.
     
  19. girugamarc

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    every time I click the miotool link on that site the page just reloads

    just to make sure, it's one of these links, right?

    [​IMG]

    if so, yeah, clicking those just reloads the page :x
     
  20. m2pt5

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    Yes, those are the links. Try right-click and save target.

    miotool lets you extract microgames from and insert them into a save, and mioedit lets you import/export graphics and edit the text portions on games that aren't locked.

    Edit: FishmanP: Try looking at how the vegetable-choosing game in Ashley's shelf is constructed; that may help you with yours.