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Another noob question.

I see Aseprite has a pico-8 palette option and is quite cool for pixelling/animating. Is there a method to get the gfx data from Aseprite to Pico-8 cleanly?

I'm doing a port of a C64 game called Spaceman Splorf: Planet of Doom and would like to be able to not HAVE to do the animation natively.



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P#45609 2017-10-29 20:14 ( Edited 2017-10-30 05:14)


Has anyone achieved accurate sprite to sprite collision with Pico-8? I know I can use the overlapping bounding box method, but I'd like to be able to check on a pixel perfect level to see if a sprite touches another sprite.

Is this doable, without getting too convoluted? Or should I just stick with bounds (maybe multiple bounds for extra resolution) ??

Oh, I'm new to Pico-8, so bear with me. I usually tinker with C64 retro coding (which has hardware sprite collision detection).

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P#45607 2017-10-29 20:02 ( Edited 2017-10-30 05:15)

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