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How To Mod Sticky

A topic by Happy Backwards created 1 year ago Views: 842
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I've purposely left several areas of the game open for modding so that you can be as creative as possible. While character art is not open for modding (it would be a headache), lots of other areas are. Here is what you can mod and how:

Jukebox songs
The jukebox is the music player on your daily planner screen. Drag and drop your MP3, OGG or WAV music file into the "jukebox" folder. Name should not matter. Game should recognize it after restarting the game.

Random Band Names
Edit the "bands.txt" file with one band name per line. These names will appear when you randomly generate a band name during band customization and the ones you don't pick will become your rival bands.

Random Song Names
Edit the "songs.txt" file with one song name per line. These will appear either as rival songs or as your songs when one of your bandmates generates one.

Genre music tracks
Drag and drop your MP3 or OGG music file into the respective genre folder inside the "music" folder. Name should not matter. Game should recognize it after restarting the game.

CD Art
When you release a CD (album or single) you are allowed to design a cover for it. All art must be 125x125 pixels in size. File name does not matter. Drag and drop your PNG images into any folder. "Artifacts" are for graphics that go on top of the background layer. All background images should go in the top tier "set" folders. It does not matter which "set" you choose. Please sort the images as you desire.

Band Logos
The main branding image of your band. Each logo is comprised of 4 76x76 images:
1. All-white full scale (logo#_1.png)
2. All-white small scale in right bottom corner (logo#_4.png)
3. White, Blue, Black version small scale in right bottom corner (logo#_6.png)
4. White, Blue, Black version full scale (logo#_blue.png)
Only 25 logos are displayed when customizing your band, so you need to replace existing ones to make your own.