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    Reggie! - "New Super Mario Bros. Wii" Level Editor!

    I've been waiting on this app to get released for months! This is the official public release of Reggie! - The first complete New Super Mario Bros. Wii Level Editor. Downloads for Windows, Mac, & Linux. Enjoy!

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    Yeah, it's finally here Sorry for the delays, but now we have a completely finished and polished editor!

    Reggie! is an easy-to-use and full-featured piece of vapourware level editor for New Super Mario Bros. Wii, created by Treeki and Tempus.

    Features:
    Terrain editing
    Sprite editing, with over 1,200 properties available
    Entrance editing
    Image display for over 200 sprites
    Background options, with image previews
    Zone options
    Zoom, Grid and Autosave
    Settable level information
    Resizable and interactive level overview
    Location editing
    Cross-platform (Windows, Linux, Mac OS X)
    Open-source (GNU General Public License v2)
    Riivolution loader for custom levels with original discs

    Online File Depot to share your custom levels and tilesets

    Download: RVLution.net/reggie
    Official chat for help and support: #NSMBW on Freenode IRC (Webchat)

    Special thanks to these for their contributions, help and testing:
    AerialX, BulletBillTime, FirePhoenix, GrandMasterJimmy, megazig, Mooseknuckle2000, MotherBrainsBrain, Omega, Pop006, RainbowIE, Skawo, Sonicandtails, Tanks, Tobias Amaranth

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    How to Use Reggie! - A New Super Mario Bros. Wii Level Editor

    Announcements:
    - NSMBW File Depot (Download and upload custom levels!)
    - NEWER Super Mario Bros. Wii
    - Riivolution

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    WART - A New Super Mario Bros. Wii Tileset Editor by creffca


    Download: Wart 2.9.3

    Edits tiles, collision properties, and objects for New Super Mario Bros. Wii. Key.bin is required for saving directly to ISO.


    From the readme:

    wart 2.9.3
    -Added status screens
    -Gimped terrain viewer now accessible by default

    wart 2.8
    -Object editor now saves objects
    -Loading iso's with spaces might work...
    -Added reward for finding the easter eggs
    -Did I mention objects save now?

    wart 2.7
    -Finally fixed the freakin tilesheet display
    -Images now must be 384x384 (sorry!)
    -Improved collision editor
    -Added object explorer
    -Sleeker layout

    Instructions:
    Place key.bin in folder

    Optional ini setup:
    First line = Name of dolphin folder
    Second line = Name of NSMBW iso WITH file name
    See wart.ini for an example...

    wart v 2.5
    -Added beta collision editor
    -Added save to iso
    -Added test in dolphin function (press F5)
    -Fixed texture colors thanks to treeki!
    -Tiles can be selected by clicking and dragging
    -Tiles can be copied by ctrl dragging a selection
    -Tiles can be copied to any wart tileset window
    -Probably some other stuff...
    Last edited by Ithian; 04-09-2010 at 08:11 AM.
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    HA Awesome thanks ithian

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    So its finally out then aye about bloody time.

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    Thanks for this. I'll make love to this app for a thousand years...

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    Awesome! Just what I needed, another reason to spend hours in front of my PC.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Favs View Post
    So its finally out then aye about bloody time.
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    Thanks for this. I'll make love to this app for a thousand years...
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    Awesome! Just what I needed, another reason to spend hours in front of my PC.
    Yeah tell me about it, I was up late anyways last night but that app kept me up until 5am. Thank goodness it's a weekend. And yes, it has been a long time coming.

    I spent a little time messing with it, and in fact I managed to download, install, and play (using my usb backup of the game) the first two levels from the original Super Mario Bros. And it was excellent -- Seamless performance, no glitches/artifacts, just like it was original. I hear there are some issues though, so I plan to do more testing.

    The process is pretty straight-forward. Once all the stages are dumped on your computer to use with Reggie!, open up a stage, make your changes, then replace the new .arc file into the iso using Wiiscrubber. The hardest part is editing the level.

    By the way, here's a teaser of a project that's been in the works for about as long as Reggie!

    "I think that the Wii is a beautiful piece of hardware, and a broken Wii is a tragedy. It doesn’t matter why or how." -- Bushing

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    i had to use the original disc on the back up it kept saying this is not NSMB wii disc......currently trying to use reggie and edit a stage lol

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    Oh I think I know why, I still have cioscorp on my console from that testing. I'll take the line out then and replace it with a more suitable alternative. Thanks.
    "I think that the Wii is a beautiful piece of hardware, and a broken Wii is a tragedy. It doesn’t matter why or how." -- Bushing

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    Wouldn't rip from my ISO (nitro PAL version) burnt to disc. Thought my modchip would help me out there. Oh well.
    Not really doing much Wii stuff these days.

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    I added a small how-to on using Wiiscrubber to extract everything. I'm trying to figure out how to use partition builder for an all-in dump of the stages. Update when I get it sorted.
    "I think that the Wii is a beautiful piece of hardware, and a broken Wii is a tragedy. It doesn’t matter why or how." -- Bushing

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