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BinaryLogic (beta) - Logic Gates in SMW

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Hi all,

I'd like to show you all a little project I have been working on for the past few years: BinaryLogic. This project introduces logic gates into SMW. The download includes all resources needed to include this into your own hack, as well as a small preview hack (3 exits) for you to try out!

Even though it is not finished (and the code is not commented), I would like to show you what I have got for this C3! The main idea is already there, but some details are (of course) up for change. Feedback, suggestions and bug finds are all welcome.

See the readme for more information.

This looks extremely impressive.
This seems very, very cool and I can see it being used for both normal and educational hacks! I'm really curious to see how you implemented the logic gates with asm.
Congratulations! This project is amazing.
Fits very well in puzzle levels.
Last project I'm checking out for the night. Definitely an impressive piece of work you've got here. Opens to a lot of possibilities in the puzzles you can come up with. Great work! :)
Click here to enter the world of mediocre!
Now this is one-of-a-kind. The way you can turn entire parts of a level on and off independently opens up endless possibilities, even if someone doesn't make as intricate use of it as shown here. Plus the motherboard aesthetic is rad. Fantastic work.

Just look above you...
If it's something that can be stopped, then just try to stop it!
So many good resources coming out this C3 that I think I can use I'm my hack, this is awesome.
Great for puzzles in kaizo hacks.
"If you imitate someone, you can never surpass them."
The puzzle applications of this are practically endless. I love this and can't wait to see how it gets used.

Graduation Nostalgia ON!

Now there's a very impressive work done here. Incredible. I may take a guess that ExAnimation and some related shenanigans were used, right? Either way, I can see this being used in more detailed sci-fi levels.

Dream team (feed them, please):

Just a heads up, I edited your post to change the download link to use url tags instead of spc. Clicking it threw an error instead of downloading.

I have no idea what this could be used for but it is impressive nonetheless.
Oh man, another mechanic that will make puzzles that will melt my brain. Superb with this one, I love it. Sadly, I'm bad at puzzle solving, so I won't be able to use it very well, but I see a lot of potential in this binary stuff. #smrpg{:3}
This is just the first domino. Eventually people will use this to program Super Mario World in Super Mario World.

allow shy guy emojis in post footers you cowards!
This is one of those things that I never even thought about imagining in a SMW context, yet here we are. I can't imagine how difficult this might've been to code; this is absolutely impressive! I can't wait to see the kinds of things people make with it.
What are logic gates again?

Wow, this is... a thousand times nifty. I have no idea what this could be used for other than some disorienting puzzles. They could go very well in a not so subtle abstract stage of sorts (thanks to you, I'm thinking of some intricate usages for those). I'm sure the kaizo hacking crew will think outside the box.

Nice work!
This looks as scaring as well as impressive to me. Even if it might be incomplete for now, this is nonetheless a great source! #tb{:j}

Originally posted by Katerpie
What are logic gates again?

Logic gates are circuits that have one of more inputs with only a single output, the symbols used in the gif of the like rounded triangles are AND and XOR gates if I'm not wrong. AND would output a signal if both binary channels 1 and 2 are on and XOR will only output if channel 1 and 2 are opposite so 1 on 2 off or 1 off and 2 on. I hope I explained that decently enough.
Alright, now this is extremely impressive!
I have never even imagined the concept of logic gates being implemented into Super Mario World, and just the sight of this has made me... Wow...
The possible applications of this are basically endless! From puzzles, to complex contraptions that change an entire level, to even more stuff that i probably can't even imagine, this is incredible!
Also, those aesthetics look really cool. It fits the concept really well.
Really, great job on this!

This honestly makes me want to learn how to make good puzzles just so i can try my hands at all this potential.

Now to remember what each of those gates mean since i learned this 3 years ago and barely remember anything lol
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