What was once lost, Has now returned!


I figured that I’ll update with my Syntax Error revamp project since I haven’t worked on It in a long time. If you downloaded the Syntax Error patch after Stack Smash made It available for download, You may have noticed that the Louie Olimar texture hack didn’t work. This means that that texture hack was lost…Until now! That’s right, I decided to remake that texture hack as best as I could. I would say that the only thing I fucked up was the shade of blue that the gloves, Antenna, And Pikmin leaves are. Other than that It is probably an almost perfect recreation.

One more thing, I’ve decided to expand my Syntax Error so It includes texture hacks made by other people as well. So If you’ve made a texture hack that was done by Syntax Error fist and yours looks better, It’ll be added to the project and NEW Syntax Error patch once It’s finished.


4 Responses to “What was once lost, Has now returned!”


  1. 1 xithma 02/07/2010 at 1:30 AM

    i saw weegee climbers

  2. 2 owned645 02/07/2010 at 6:27 AM

    Never heard of it. But its still pretty interesting

  3. 3 RAWRzilla 02/07/2010 at 11:06 PM

    lol did this already.

  4. 4 Charles L. Charles 02/07/2010 at 11:18 PM

    @RAWRzilla

    Yours didn’t look like theirs and I like theirs more.


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