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Epic Edit

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Description:

Epic Edit is a track editor for Super Mario Kart (Super Nintendo), which runs on Windows, Linux and Mac. It requires a Super Mario Kart ROM, which is not included. Games modified with Epic Edit can then be played on a real SNES console, or with an SNES emulator.

Epic Edit makes it easy to:

  • Modify track tiles and overlay tiles
  • Move track lap lines and driver starting positions
  • Move and modify track objects
  • Modify the AI (the path followed by computer-controlled drivers)
  • Modify graphics and colors
  • Modify track and driver names
  • Modify game settings (item probabilities, attributed score points…)
  • Import/export all kinds of data
  • Directly compress/decompress data into/from the ROM (advanced users)

This application is written in C# and uses Windows.Forms. It is free and is distributed under the GPL. It requires the .NET Framework 2.0 or above on Windows, and also works with Mono on Linux. It works on Mac too (32-bit only, though), using Mono with an X11 server installed, by passing a command line argument, this way:

  • MONO_MWF_MAC_FORCE_X11=1 mono EpicEdit.exe

Official site: https://epicedit.stifu.fr

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HeadlineAuthorDateVersionRecommended
muito bom (is very good)rafamariofan15 Nov 2011N/AYes