Current Version: 1.2
Last Updated: 3 years ago
Download Size: 862.8 KB - Download
Sprite Master is a Spritesheet generation tool for Game Developers and Web Designers. It helps you to organize your sprites into one image file and reduces memory used by your application. It also generates text file output for game engines or web pages.
Sprite Master uses Basic and MaxRects algorithms to organize your sprites thus it finds the minimum image size. You can sort your sprites or select different algorithms and methods for best result.
You can also set padding to your sprite sheet by using Sprite Padding and Border Padding parameters. Sprite Padding parameter adds space between sprites. Border Padding adds space to edge of your spritesheet.
Results will be better if you use the Sprite Sheet Info pane. It shows the actual image size, allocated memory by the current image and file size on disc.
You can set your sheet to any size between 32 pixels and 8192 pixels.
Exporting is easy with Sprite Master. Just click export button on toolbar and choose your output format. Image and Coordinate data files are separate files, you can select your format for each of them.
Supported Image Formats:
Supported Coordinate Data :
* XML (Generic sprite data in XML format)
* JSON (Generic sprite data in JSON format)
* CSS (CSS Definition for use in Web pages)
* Cocos2D .plist file format Cocos2D game engine
* CoronaSDK .lua file for Corona game engine
* Sparrow .xml file for Sparrow game engine
* LibGDX .txt file format
Quick Update that fixes urgent image loading bug.
New features coming soon.
Most Helpful Reviews
Not good - It wont let you manually place sprites and also creates a lot of non used spaces. You can't also determine number of rows and colums. Gives sucky sprite sheets. Definetely not worth 10$!
More Reviews for Current Version
Good for saiving time with sprites, horrible with images - Good: Saves Time Nice .css sheets (uses names of files for css classes) Bad: “auto size” and “no power of 2” options render app unusable when selected. output image is twice the size of input, and renders the css worthless. Workaround: Open up exported images in image editing software and reduce size by half, then it displays correctly As a front end developer who creates graphics, and primarily writes in html5 and css3 this could be a decent app if the included features worked without so many problems.