Now the pixi package sprites have been removed, ive updated the rotodisc for use with extension field, yoshi interactions, gave it an animation option aswell as being able to turn off the palette rotation plus an option to be able to spin jump off of it. SA1 Compatible
Also i worked on my own version of the mario maker sideways springs, which functions on some level with sprites. Close to how a punchy is but its affected by gravity, and can be eaten by yoshi. Extra bit set means theyre stackable for bomb ladders....
Theres a minor glitch with these still when yoshis head touches them, it tweeks him out but ill fix that soonish. SA1 Compatible too
Thats the main bulk of it, but now for some bonus stuff that should probably never see the light of day...
The pacifist/mercenary uberASM. It counts how many enemies youve killed. it has 3 settings.
1 = Hurts mario when sprite killed
2 = Kill mario when sprite killed
3 = Just updates the counter so you can make your own block passable at XX kills
4 = Ends the level at XX kills. Alternatively this can be used to code your own effect.
Ill probably update this with proper vram uploads rather than just using the status bar one day, and then ill make it sa1 compatible. But it should work, havnt tested it in forever (forgot id done most of this stuff). Also the second gif doesnt show off much of the asm but its pretty self explanatory.
Rotating spike bridge blocks.
Does exactly what it says on the tin. It was also the first thing i ever tried to code with a help from thebiob. So cheers to him for cursing me with needing to learn more. Also non sa1 compatible.
And finally a completely awful port of a song from megaman7 because its hilarious how bad i am at porting.
Edit: Im an idiot and didnt even include the samples..
So theres a couple more things i may add later if i have time to make some gifs and check that they work but for now thats it. If theres any bugs or problems with stuff im probably easier to get hold of on discord but if you let me know ill try and fix stuff up! Cheers