A small application for ripping sprite assets from the PC game Bubble Bobble Hero 2.
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README.md

Build Status Available on GitHub License: GPL v3

Table of contents

General Info

This project imports sprite and palette assets used in the game Bubble Bobble Hero 2 by Lonaisoft, and extracts the images from them.

This repository contains sample assets to use this program with.

Releases

https://git.matt-barnes.co.uk/mb2g17/BubbleBobbleHero2SpriteRipper/releases

Technologies

This project was created with:

  • Python 3.9.1
  • Qt 5 as a UI framework
  • Pillow for image creation

Setup

The prerequisites for this project are:

  • Python 3
  • Pipenv

To install the Pipenv environment and all the project's dependencies, input:

> git clone https://git.matt-barnes.co.uk/mb2g17/BubbleBobbleHero2SpriteRipper.git
> cd BubbleBobbleHero2SpriteRipper
> make

To run this project, input:

> make run

To package this project into an executable, input:

> make package

To execute the test suite, input:

> make check

To see all make commands, input:

> make help

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