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#1 2013-07-11 4:51:30 pm


Custom pallete and border

This might be a long shot, but I was wondering if anyone could help me add some custom palletes to Goomba Color. I have created a custom pallet for the Mega Man games. I have the colors I want to use, in hex, but I dont' know how to apply them. I've tried to use Kuwanger's editor but still can't  get the hang of it. I'd also like to add a custom border, which is also mega man themed, and some other color palletes based on the different types of game boys.  Any help would be appreciated. Here's a snapshot of what I'm hoping to achieve.

Attachment Icon MEGA MAN palette test color.PNG, Size: 8,160 bytes, Downloads: 132

#2 2013-08-01 5:36:46 pm

Lemmy Koopa
Registered: 2012-09-30
Posts: 13

Re: Custom pallete and border

I would love if Goomba Color had the ability for boarders and custom boarders again, custom palettes too, like the Super Goomba build.


#3 2017-08-31 12:07:52 am

Registered: 2017-08-31
Posts: 1

Re: Custom pallete and border

I would also like this. Super Mario Land has the wrong color pallete on Goomba Color.

Goomba Color:
Goomba Color


#4 2017-08-31 4:59:09 am

From: Chicago
Registered: 2004-12-12
Posts: 1,010

Re: Custom pallete and border

That's a desaturation filter applied by the emulator, designed to make the colors washed out to simulate a GBC screen.  While Goomba Color is showing the actual RGB values used.
It just happens that there does exist GBC-compatible hardware that would show the bright poppy colors, how does it look on the backlit version of the GBA-SP?

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