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1  General Boards / Maps In Progress / Nosferatu (SNES) Mapping on: March 07, 2017, 02:15:55 PM
Hello, guys, how are you?

I have to say first that I'm really impressed with the ton of effort all you guys put on those maps. I had a blast looking around, and I can only say "thank you" Cheesy

Well, I'm new here, and I've entered the forums to ask if anyone could help me with the maps I'm making for Nosferatu (SNES, 1994). I'm kinda doing it the easiest way with screenshots, using the little knowledge I have. I have full Photoshop projects, with the BGs and sprites separated, and I think they're looking great, however, there are some inacessible places by gameplay only, and some corners I can't screenshot because there's no way to put the game camera on there by normal gameplay. I'm really a newbie when it comes to hacking and real sprites ripping, all I know is play with Paint and Photoshop + my knowledge about graphic layers, so I would really likeif anyone with experience could help me guiding me through some tool to rip what I can't screenshot.

Here's some examples of rooms that I've already finished, so you can look (they are printed screens, not the actual rip, so don't mind the scale). I'm kinda following the "complete game guide" way, so I'm indicating which items are in chests, with monsters drops items, numbered doors, etc. Hope someone can help me. Thank you!

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