Tell me if I'm posting this in the wrong place but I'm looking for something. Does anybody know what are the names of the ExGFX that FPI used for TSRPR? So far I've only found two of them and I was looking for just two more to satisfy me: Acoustic Castle's and Volcanic Lake's ExGFX.
I had the feeling Acoustic Castle was in Sonic Advance 3 (More specifically, the world select room), partially because I owned the game. Alas, I couldn't find it here. By the way, Volcanic Lake's foreground I believe was also used in Brutal Mario.
I constantly use UnRarX FOR MY .rar decrypting needs
Occasionally I'll use the GM4Mac Beta
Very rarely I play Super Mario War if I'm bored out of my freaking floating skulls
Oh, and I love to use VMware Fusion and Darwine for hacking stuff
This issue has been bugging me for the last three days even though my game isn't ready for a demo yet: What should I call it? Then I thought: Why not have the lovely people at SMWC help me out.
Here's a bit of the storyline
After the events of SMW, a yoshi back on Yoshi's Island named (Yup, I need a name for him too) has just started a family of his own. However, all is not well on Yoshi's Island. Strange ships and facilities have surrounded the island and appear to be draining its resources. All of the male yoshis on the island start on a journey to destroy these facilities, soon figuring out that Yoshi's Island's days are numbered...
Currently I'm thinking of calling it "SMW 3: Yoshi's Island Forever" but I'm not sure.
I'd be Ludwig, cause we're very similar. We both love music, are the oldest sibling, and seem completely insane. Plus I want to have the coolest fight pattern and the most kickass airship that rules over Pipe Maze.
Old people seem to have a strange feud against computers. My grandpa STILL has his 17 year old computer because he's afraid of all the new changes in the internet.
By the way, if you want to run Lunar Magic on a Mac, look for a thread in the SMW Hacking section of the forums for a topic about Lunar Magic for the Mac. They have a program posted called Darwine (Which I use) that allows you to run Windows apps on a Mac.