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Moving Platform with Firebar

SMW Sprites → Moving Platform with Firebar

Submission Details

Name: Moving Platform with Firebar
Author: Isikoro
Tool: PIXI
Type: Standard
Dynamic: No
Disassembly: No
Includes GFX: No
Description: You can create lifts that go back and forth between certain sections and lifts that keep moving in one direction when you get on them.
In the case of going back and forth over a fixed section, the problem of the lift not returning to its original position after exiting the screen has also been fix.

The following settings are available
- Common -
Setting the direction of movement (8 directions)
Platform Size (4 levels)
Firebar presence
Firebar size
Direction of firebar rotation
Rotation speed of the firebar

- Going back and forth between fixed sections -
Maximum speed travel time setting (32 steps)
Maximum speed setting (4 steps)
Setting of acceleration (normal or x2)
Setting of numbers (none, 1-7 Only one per number works at the same time)
Shift of initial position according to travel distance and direction

- Movement in one direction -
Setting of moving speed (4 levels)
Whether it disappears if not ridden for a certain period of time
Tags: firebars lorom moving platform sa-1
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TheXander Link
I'd like the combination of the rotating fireballs + the moving platform from SMW, definitively, this will be very useful for making Nice gimmicks & tricks #smw{B)}
 MarioFanGamer Link
Moderated with:
  • Lunar Magic v3.33
  • SA-1 Pack v1.40
  • PIXI v1.40
  • BSNES v115
Replaced platforms tag by platform (the latter is more common and thus the de facto standard).

Overall, it's a pretty versatile sprite of a vanilla sprite if slightly specific (just the moving platforms would be enough).

One possible error I found is how the Remove_Countdown_Flag implies that all indefinitively moving platforms disappear by default when in reality, they only disappear if they have this bit set. Should be clarified in the next update.
Another definitive error is how the platforms are depicted as wooden platforms in Lunar Magic when they're checkerboard platforms in-game. I also recommend you to use PIXI v1.40's extra byte display feature to handle the platform size and firebar display.
There also is a small bug with the initial position shift flag when used on double firebars will only affect one of the two bars but it's minor enough to not warrant a rejection.