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SMB1/LL Switched Overall Colours

Hack of Super Mario All-Stars

Description:

This small patch will switch around the colour scheme of Mario and Luigi’s outfits in SMB1 and Lost Levels in order to match their appearance in every other game in this collection (and to match the standard series colour scheme established since SMB2)

Mario now wears a red shirt with blue overalls, while Luigi wears a green shirt with blue/light purple overalls. As a result of this, Fire Mario and Luigi’s colour schemes have also been switched, once again matching the scheme shared by the other games in SMAS and subsequent games in the series.

All relevant sprites have been modified, including those in the ending and game over sequences for both characters.

Apply the patch to an un-headered US Super Mario All-Stars rom in .sfc format. Also appears to work with an un-headered US Super Mario All-Stars + World rom (also .sfc format), but hasn’t been extensively tested, so do so at your own risk.

(Updated March 12, 2016 - Missed a handful of sprites/pieces; these have been properly re-coloured as of v1.2)

ROM / ISO Information:

  • File Name: Super Mario All-Stars (USA).sfc (No-Intro 2011-12-24)
  • Country: USA
  • Internal CRC: AA5C
  • CRC32: 925637C7
  • MD5: 53C038150BA00D5F8D8574B4D36283F2
  • SHA-1: C05817C5B7DF2FBFE631563E0B37237156A8F6B6
  • SHA-256: A9E3E57D591E995E8E0DD228B619B6AED42205EAF55316FA8FF33F236B3A32B3
  • ROM Speed: 200ns (SlowROM)
  • ROM Size: 16 Mb
  • ROM Bank: LoROM
  • ROM Type: Normal + Battery
  • SRAM Size: 64 Kb
  • Internal Title: SUPER MARIO ALL_STARS
  • Header: None

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Credits:

Credits
ContributorType of contributionListed credit
spiffyHacking

User Review Information

Takes away the charm

Reviewed By: TheNintendude64 on 21 Oct 2020

There is one thing I dislike more than anything when it comes to remakes and that’s “modernization.” I really liked the original sprites for the classic overalls since it made it feel more like SMB1 and help differentiate it from SMB3 (especially since those sprites are almost the exact same.) This patch undoes all that and makes SMB1 feel less like SMB1 and makes it look more like SMB3.

Version 1.2 Recommended - No

User Reviews
HeadlineAuthorDateVersionRecommended
Takes away the charmTheNintendude6421 Oct 20201.2No
What it says on the tinpocket21 Oct 20171.2Yes
Oversight Crisis Averted! Thank You! :)JonXM9129 Mar 20171.2Yes