How to Use Nameless Sprite Editor Classic 40 to Edit Sprites for Gen III GBA Games
If you are a fan of Pokemon games and want to create your own custom sprites, you might be interested in Nameless Sprite Editor Classic 40, or NSE Classic 40 for short. This is a tool that allows you to edit the sprites of Gen III GBA games, such as Pokemon Ruby, Sapphire, Emerald, FireRed and LeafGreen. In this article, we will show you how to download, install and use NSE Classic 40 to edit sprites for your own ROM hacks or fan games.
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What is Nameless Sprite Editor Classic 40?
Nameless Sprite Editor Classic 40 is a sprite editor for Gen III GBA games that was developed by link12552 and released on Project Pokemon Forums[^1^]. It is based on the original Nameless Sprite Editor, but with some improvements and bug fixes. NSE Classic 40 allows you to edit the sprites of Pokemon, trainers, items, overworld characters and more. You can also import and export sprites as bitmap files, view the palette of each sprite, and change the size and position of each sprite.
How to Download and Install Nameless Sprite Editor Classic 40?
To download NSE Classic 40, you need to visit the Project Pokemon Forums[^1^] and find the file named \"Nameless Sprite Editor 2.1 Beta\". This is the latest version of NSE Classic 40 as of April 2023. You need to register an account on the forum to download the file. After downloading the file, you need to extract it using a program like WinRAR or 7-Zip. You will get a folder named \"NSE\" that contains the executable file \"NSE.exe\" and some other files. To install NSE Classic 40, you just need to run \"NSE.exe\" and follow the instructions on the screen.