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Stabyourself.net - Knives and stabbing weapons

Stabyourself.net - Knives and stabbing weapons
Some time ago, I added animated tiles which loop through frames endlessly and can add a lot to a mappack if done right. Then about a week ago, I made it so the animated tiles can have different properties (like collision or underwater) on each frame, which would allow you to make those megaman blocks that disappear and are a general pain in the ass (unless you use jet rush..) Yesterday I went and made those tiles triggerable with the input/output system in Mari0 and now you can do quite a lot with them. This can be done completely with the tools Mari0 SE gives you. No programming or modding required. The tile itself looks like this:

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