Zelda SFX DS

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Sep 10, 2011

Zelda SFX DS by King Dodongo at 9:11 AM (2,027 Views / 0 Likes) 12 replies

  1. King Dodongo
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    Newcomer King Dodongo Member

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    Zelda SFX is a collection of all Sound effects and (currently) 1 background music.
    I plan to add all bg-musics and more options
    (currently options: volume,speed,pitch)

    -DOWNLOAD-

    Controls:
    touch the buttons - play sfx/music
    Press UP/X - show/hide edit-mode
    Press DOWN/B - stop music

    Changelog:
    v.0.1:
    - first release

    pics:
    [​IMG][​IMG]
     
  2. Snailface

    Member Snailface My frothing demand for 3ds homebrew is increasing

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    Very nice. What libraries did you use?-- just curious.
     
  3. King Dodongo
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    Newcomer King Dodongo Member

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    PAlib for backgrounds and the 2 sprites and maxmod for the sound
     
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    Member KazoWAR GBAtemp Advanced Maniac

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    idk why, but i found my self having so much fun just sliding the pitch slider all over the place while the song was playing.
     
  5. SignZ

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    Same here. [​IMG]

    @Dodongo: That's really awesome. How about some Mario Paint Composer like thing where you can align the sfx tiles and let them play then?
     
  6. King Dodongo
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    Newcomer King Dodongo Member

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    good idea!
    but first i add the other bg-musics
     
  7. alexvire

    Newcomer alexvire Advanced Member

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    Very beautiful homebrew, congratulations !
     
  8. Presto99

    Member Presto99 You slammin, bro?

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    This is really neat! I'm into the original Legend of Zelda recently, playing it on my 3DS so this is something think I'll have fun playing around with.
     
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    Member LeRodeur GBAtemp Regular

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    nice one, i think that the composer will be nice, and not so difficult to implement i gues, just have to select other channels, if i remember maxmod can do this easily with palib [​IMG]
     
  10. Undiscovered.Lin

    Newcomer Undiscovered.Lin Advanced Member

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    I think if you add more (And if it doesn't already) add a save feature that saves the tracks you made, a little like NitroTracker! [​IMG]
     
  11. Mugiwara no Kot

    Newcomer Mugiwara no Kot Advanced Member

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    this
    is
    really
    what
    i
    needed!!!!!!!!
    thank you by making this project *-*
     
  12. FIX94

    Global Moderator FIX94 Global Moderator

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    Nice project, I like it [​IMG]
    Just don't give up and make some more updates, makes really fun to play around with the sounds.
     
  13. absolalone111

    Newcomer absolalone111 Chiptune Extraordinaire

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    this looks quite cool, hoping people would do stuff like this!

    EDIT

    if you want any help, getting sound fx, or sprites let me know, im always happy to help
     

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