Pesukarhu7, you don't need WINE (+ .NET Framework) to run this patcher, you need MONO. I think they have gotten Mono up and running on Apple Silicon, but have no first-hand experience with it. You'll probably have to jump through some hoops to get it working, but you're the early adopter of a new hardware architecture, so that comes with the territory. This project uses a custom patcher specifically because IPS patches aren't suitable for it, and I wasted a good chunk of time (mine and someone else's) modifying the patcher to work via Mono on platforms I don't use and don't like. If Mono isn't working natively on the new Apple architecture, you should be able to get an emulator that can run Linux, install Mono on Linux, and run the patcher there. That was how I tested Ubuntu + Mono: downloaded a functioning Ubuntu Virtual Machine image, installed mono-vbnc within it, then ran the ZPS patcher in there.
hmsong, because those are technically placeholder graphics and colors. They're the Japanese / European SNES controller button colors. I was tired of doing icon art after the mini elementals and needed a break.
Mr X, d'oh, I probably broke something in the pre-release Reborn 1.11. Thanks for the report.
Edit: Oh hah, yep, I see the problem, it's not that I broke it exactly, it's that, due to script changes, a ROM bank boundary occurs between Event289 and Event28A, which mangles how Revisit_Kakkara_Desert tries to modify event 28A.