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SpritePad V1.8.1   [2011]

SpritePad V1.8.1 Released by :
Subchrist Software [web]

Release Date :
19 June 2011

Type :
Other Platform C64 Tool

Website :

User rating:awaiting 8 votes (1 left)   See votestatistics

Credits :
Code .... Stewart Wilson of Subchrist Software

Download :
http://csdb.dk/getinternalfile.php/98087/spritepad181.zip (downloads: 3841)
http://www.subchristsoftware.com/downloads/SpritePad1_81.zip (downloads: 567)

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User Comment
Submitted by DonChaos on 5 October 2013
This is GREAT !
User Comment
Submitted by Moloch on 11 February 2013
Additions that would be helpful in a future version:

- add the ability to swap bit $00, current version allows swapping $01, $10, and $11 only.

- merge/load sprites with sprites in memory

- support for more than one overlay sprite

Adding those features would make this sprite editor nearly flawless.
User Comment
Submitted by Shine on 25 January 2013
I really love this sprite editor!!! :) The best i've found so far.
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Submitted by Lobogris on 23 January 2012
Sprite Pad is a must in C64 development! Thanks for your great tool, I use it frequently. Added it to a new IDE programming package I've recently designed for a programming tutorial series (in my blog at Spain). You are credited in the Csdb entry (C64 Kickass IDE [win32] [spanish]) I hope I have your blessing with it ;) (please mantainer of this entry: fwd this entry to Stewart)
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Submitted by bugjam on 22 June 2011
\o/ Nice! I was using 1.5 so far, used it a couple times, and it is nice to see progress on it! Hooray for overlay! My wish: have an option in the animator to switch through animation frames manually or even slower than now (good for detail work). @Asphodel: cool to hear you are motivated - try to find a running project that needs graphician support, might be easier (and yielding a nicer result) than going for your own thing.
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Submitted by thedaemon on 21 June 2011
I really enjoy this app! A suggestion: How about a selection of more than 1 sprite for the animation viewer. For instance if I have a character that's 2 sprites tall, it would be nice to see the whole thing animated.
User Comment
Submitted by Asphodel on 21 June 2011
This is such a briljant tool! (along with CharPad).
Totally triggered my plans to do something with graphics / sprites / games on the C64!
That it´s compatible with SEUCK is just perfect! Being an artist in real life, the Graphics have my interest , but I suck in Assembler and such.
Any change sprites etc. can also be used in Garry K´s Gamemaker or Arcade game Construction Kit.
Maybe someday there will be a windows Based game creator for C64..Here@s hoping..
Great, Great stuff! thanks
User Comment
Submitted by Yogibear on 20 June 2011
Handy tool!
User Comment
Submitted by Hein on 20 June 2011
@WVL: Why not export from Timanthes? It has a sprite layer, you know.
User Comment
Submitted by josepzin on 20 June 2011
I like this tool!

We need more export options :P
User Comment
Submitted by WVL on 20 June 2011
I love spritepad :)

There's just one little thing which has always nagged me.. We can has copy/paste from say Timanthes into Spritepad? All too often I'm faced by making some specific sprites to fit into a greater image, or for some sort of effect and I always have to make an identical drawing in Spritepad again..
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