New Online Sprite Editor for the Commodore 64

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Ingo Hinterding, known as “Awsm” on CSDb has released his browser-based sprite editor for the Commodore 64 – Spritemate.

Since it runs on any modern browser, Spritemate can be used on Mac, Windows, and Linux (or virtually any device that has a browser that supports Javascript). It also supports the most common file formats for the Commodore 64.

This is the first public release of Spritemate but it already shows a rich feature list:

choose from the 16 colors of the C64 palette
draw pixels on a 24×21 pixel (single color) or 12×21 pixel (multicolor) canvas
C64 mode restrictions (number of colors per sprite, global sprite colors)
delete, fill, shift left, right, up, down, flip horizontal & vertical
check your sprite in the preview window
display grid in the editor
multiple sprites
double width & height sprites
stacked sprite layers (sprite overlays)
sprite sorting
undo & redo
copy & paste
window based GUI
import & export Spritemate format
import & export SpritePad 2.0 format
import & export SpritePad 1.8.1 format
export as ASM source (KICK and ACME)
keyboard shortcuts

New Online Sprite Editor for the Commodore 64

Ingo Hinterding, known as “Awsm” on CSDb has released his browser-based sprite editor for the Commodore 64 – Spritemate. Since it runs on any modern browser, Spritemate can be use…


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