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Farmyard By: Evan.F [E] [W]
Farms are a theme that is never used in Mario games or fangames, so I made it as a theme using SMB3/SMA4 sprites. Comes with a background and tiles. I recommend others try to make stuff like this more often. I forgot to give myself credit on the sheet, so If you're reading this, give credit if used.
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Tilesets Backgrounds broken into a set of tiles.

Update History
04/06/20  Forgot to give myself a credit.
 
[O] Created: Apr 4 2020, 7:54 AM
[O] Updated: Never
[O] File Size: 18.29 KB
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Tsutarja
Apr 6 2020, 6:55 PM
Hey, that's pretty unique, who would've thought of seeing farms on Mario games...

I might use that for something, who knows...
 
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Random_Jester_YT
Apr 11 2020, 4:29 AM
Quote (Tsutarja on Apr 6 2020, 6:55 PM)
Hey, that's pretty unique, who would've thought of seeing farms on Mario games...

I might use that for something, who knows...

you forgot about the game for preschoolers
 
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Random_Jester_YT
Apr 11 2020, 4:30 AM
make scuttlebug happy and make a B I G H O U S E
 
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Evan.F
Apr 11 2020, 6:30 AM
Quote (Random_Jester_YT on Apr 11 2020, 4:29 AM)
you forgot about the game for preschoolers

I know it's technically in Early Years and Game and Watch Galery
 
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LycanSeijin
Apr 13 2020, 2:21 AM
I feel like this could use at least 2 more crop options. Like a wheat stock and a tomato vine wrapped held up by a wire frame.Then the rest could be filled in by the veggies from SMB2. Lastly, could you use a more MSPaint friendly background color than black? Not all of us can afford a monthly Photoshop subscription.
 
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Evan.F
Apr 13 2020, 7:15 AM
Quote (LycanSeijin on Apr 13 2020, 2:21 AM)
I feel like this could use at least 2 more crop options. Like a wheat stock and a tomato vine wrapped held up by a wire frame.Then the rest could be filled in by the veggies from SMB2. Lastly, could you use a more MSPaint friendly background color than black? Not all of us can afford a monthly Photoshop subscription.

I never actually use a background or photoshop, I use Aseprite, which allows for transparency. if you want I can send you versions of my sheets with filled in backgrounds. As for not being able to afford Photoshop (I agree on that, 24 a month is way too much), Aseprite is a single purchase of $14.99 (I can't remember in Euro) and I found out recently Paint.net can be downloaded for free on their website.


If anyone has problems with backgrounds I will be happy to send you version with a background colour, at least if I can do that.
 
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LycanSeijin
Apr 14 2020, 6:55 AM
Quote (Evan.F on Apr 13 2020, 2:15 AM)
I never actually use a background or photoshop, I use Aseprite.

Oh! I hadn't heard of that before. I'll have to check it out. Thanks!
 
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zacmario
Apr 20 2020, 9:08 PM
There is also gimp, I don't know if it has a Windows release though.
Nice work btw
 
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