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Posted on 07-08-20, 01:59 am


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Hi, I've been to another forum already with this issue, and I was hoping a forum more specific could help.
Basically, I'm just trying to get the image files from the poker minigames with Luigi in NSMB.
I've opened raw files and have tried viewing layers in emulators but to no avail.
I'm quite new to this as I don't hack game files often.
If someone could help or possibly link the raw image files for the poker minigame (I just need the card faces!) that would be greatly appreciated. Thank you.
Posted on 07-08-20, 02:39 am
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Open NSMBe and a NSMB rom

Click "ROM File Browser"

ARCHIVE > Card.narc > root > card

Next select and open "d_2d_mg_card_ncl.bin", this is the palette for the cards and related graphics

After opening that go to card > US and open "d_2d_mg_card_ncg.bin" this is the graphics themselves, since there is no palette it will appear as a grey square, this is fine and continue to the next step

Once opened go back to the palette viewer and select "Add all"

After adding the palette the graphics should turn pink, when they do check the box labeled "View in 4bpp format", if everything is correct you should get the cards

Finally the first three palettes (0, 1, and 2) are what you need to export, combine the images in a image editor like Gimp or Paint.net to match in game and you should be set


All minigames are stored within the "ARCHIVE" folder and the same steps can be used to rip the graphics out of them (Just account for the different filenames)
Have fun

Posted on 07-08-20, 03:55 am


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Posted by TruelyJohn64
Open NSMBe and a NSMB rom

Click "ROM File Browser"

ARCHIVE > Card.narc > root > card

Next select and open "d_2d_mg_card_ncl.bin", this is the palette for the cards and related graphics

After opening that go to card > US and open "d_2d_mg_card_ncg.bin" this is the graphics themselves, since there is no palette it will appear as a grey square, this is fine and continue to the next step

Once opened go back to the palette viewer and select "Add all"

After adding the palette the graphics should turn pink, when they do check the box labeled "View in 4bpp format", if everything is correct you should get the cards

Finally the first three palettes (0, 1, and 2) are what you need to export, combine the images in a image editor like Gimp or Paint.net to match in game and you should be set


All minigames are stored within the "ARCHIVE" folder and the same steps can be used to rip the graphics out of them (Just account for the different filenames)
Have fun



Thank you so much!! You saved the day! I was totally lost on how to do this. I can't thank you enough!
Posted on 07-10-20, 01:22 am
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poker minigame can be edited?
Posted on 06-22-21, 05:41 am, deleted by RicBent: Sigh
Posted on 06-22-21, 10:09 am, deleted by RicBent: seriously the same post 3 times...
Posted on 09-08-21, 08:53 am (rev. 1 by Chananain on 09-09-21, 12:24 pm)


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I know that it's an old thread, but I wanted to say that I appreciate your knowledge. Minigames there are amazing, especially that poker game that I played a lot. I didn't know that there is a possibility to change images like that. That's cool because I wanted to replace some of them in order to create better skins in the game. Thanks to this guide it worked. I wanted to replace some skins with the Dragon Tiger style like it was on one of the websites I played online. Don't know if it looks better than the original, but I like it.
Posted on 10-21-21, 02:48 pm (rev. 1 by rubeelam on 10-22-21, 02:36 pm)


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Oh, this is a very ancient client, so he has a lot of problems like the one you described. I myself suffered for a long time due to unfinished applications. As a result, I freaked out and left that client. Then I was faced with the question of how to find and select casino sites not on gamstop. After a little searching on the Internet, I realized that there are many lists of the most reliable casinos. Which are in the public domain for free, after that I had no problems of this kind at all. But this area is filled with scam and it's worth remembering.
Posted on 11-16-22, 04:19 pm, deleted by RicBent
Posted on 11-19-22, 10:32 pm, deleted by RicBent: bye bye
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