Rhythm Doctor – How To Edit Sleeve Files – Save patients with your rhythm mastery! Rhythm Doctor is a rhythm game where you heal patients by defibrillating in time to their heartbeats. Learn each patient’s unique heartbeat and defeat boss viruses trying to sabotage your rhythm, all set to heart-pumping, soul-soothing music.
This guide shows you how to edit the design of your sleeve directly with any image editor, allowing for more customization than Sleeve Paint allows.
How To Edit The Sleeve Files in Rhythm Doctor
Accessing the files
Right-click the game and select Properties. In the Properties window, go to the Local Files tab and click Browse, then, enter the User folder.
Editing The Correct Files
Make sure you edit the image that corresponds to the sleeve you wish to edit.
- scribbleP1, is for Player 1, and scribbleP2 is for Player 2.
- The number after the underscore signifies the save file those sleeves are from,
- 0 is for file 1
- 1 is for file 2
- and 2 is for file 3
Color and skin tone
In the sleeve file, there are two pixels in the top right corner.
The top one is the color of the background of your save file and anything you don’t draw over.
The bottom one is your skin tone, changing it will change the color of your hand.
Save the file, and you’re done!
Saving the above files after editing should do the trick for you. You should now have a new and improved sleeve ready to use!
That is all I am sharing in this guide on editing the sleeve files in Rhythm Doctor.
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