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Description:

A small but neat sprite editor for Super Mario Bros. NES.

Features:

  • Mario Sprite Editor
  • Enemy Sprite Editor
  • Color Editor
  • Background Tile Editor

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User Review Information

Essential for advanced gfx mods

Reviewed By: segwayspeedracer on 18 Oct 2018

I haven’t noticed any changes with the 10-2018 update.

If you are interested in updating graphics mods for SMB, you absolutely need to use this program. As essential as SMB Utility.

It allows you to determine which 8×8 tiles are being used for each sprite, with a friendly graphic UI. Want to make Mario not have a mirrored body? This program will help you quickly choose new lower body sprites. The same is true for most sprites and tiles. You could theoretically remap your entire game if you choose

Keep in mind it doesn’t help you determine which palette each sprite has. Nor does it support graphic updates of breakable bricks, which, to my knowledge, will glitch if any overhauls are made to those sprites… without further mods made to the rom.

Version 0.3.0 Recommended - Yes

User Reviews
HeadlineAuthorDateVersionRecommended
Essential for advanced gfx modssegwayspeedracer18 Oct 20180.3.0Yes