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sai-xi  asked:

so, touhou 16 got announced.

Given the 4 seasons theme I think this was the perfect oportunity to make Yuuka a playable character so i’m a bit disappointed that she didn’t make the cut, also Summer Cirno is a bit confusing. On a positive note I really like the new Winter Marisa look.

can-u-not-my-wayward-son-deacti  asked:

oh my fuck, how did you hack super mario sunshine???

Good question! That wasn’t actually Super Mario Sunshine by the way - It’s a texture hack of the Delfino Plaza Stage in Super Smash Brothers. Brawl (and by extension, Project M!)

So here’s how it went down.


Step 1 - Find a copy of the actual stage file from the game disc. Since Project M uses a modified version of the Delfino Plaza stage, I went ahead and used that.

The file for Delfino is STGDOLPIC.pac

Step 1.2 - Next step is opening the file in BrawlBox. BrawlBox is a computer application that was made to be able to open the files from the game. This lead to the ability to make mods and textures for stages and stuff.

Step 2 - After opening the file in BrawlBox, we have to search for the texture that is the WANTED posted. It looks intimidating at first, but it’s pretty simple.

Step 2.2 - We scroll through ARC 2 to find [ERES] Texture Data[0]. That’s usually where the textures for a stage are.

Step 3 - Now we have to look for the Wanted poster. 

Step 3.2 - You don’t have to do this, but i recommend you save a backup of the texture file. You do this by going to Edit->Export, and save it somewhere safe, in the case that you get tired of your new poster and want to change it back.

So as of right now, we’re currently done, and we want to look for something to replace it with. Find any picture that you want to use as a poster. In my case, i’m going to replace it with this because im tired of Gary was here. (lmao)

Step 4. Take your image and open it in Microsoft Paint. In BrawlBox you can see the dimensions of the Poster - 64x64. In Microsoft Paint, change the dimensions of the image you want to use, and save it as a png. This is pretty straight forward so i won’t be using an image to show you what to do. Make sure to save the new file as the name of the texture you’re replacing, in this case “poster_s9.png”

Step 5. Back in BrawlBox, make sure you still have the Poster Texture Selected. Hit Edit->Replace. Find the texture you just saved, and select that. If you did it right, you should get this.

Hit Okay.

5.2 - After hitting okay, you should have this. 

Hit save, and you’re done! Now it’s time to see what it looks like in game!

Tada! Here’s the in game poster now!


ALRIGHT so hi I’m not sure how to announce this but I’m going to be starting a new ask blog on the ask-an-ice-fairy url (until I think of a better url name e - e). It’ll be a sort of new world-building project featuring a young ice fairy. I might be asking for new fantasy creatures/characters too! So far it’s just going to be story guided by ask messages but I’ll just go with the flow and see how everything turns out? Yeah. Thanks for reading!

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