It's not 100% equal to the original game, partly due to the limitations of Mugen, and partly for laziness xD.Installation and customizationInstallation
Extract the BT3 1.1 folder in the "data" folder.
Open the "system.def" file of your mugen and replace the following line
fight = fight.def
for this (if you want the lifebar with texts in English)
fight = BT3 1.1/fight_english.def
or for this one (if you want the lifebar with texts in Spanish)
fight = BT3 1.1/fight_spanish.defChange size
If you do not like the default size of the lifebar, you can change it by applying a patch.
Replace the file "BT3 1.1/fight_english.def" (or "BT3 1.1/fight_spanish.def", if you are using the lifebar with texts in Spanish) by wich it is located in the "patch for big size" folder.
This patch scaled the original sprites by 1.25 wide and 1.067 high, making the lifebar cover more screen space.
If you want uninstall the patch and return to the default size, simply replace the file you modified with the one that is located in the "default size" folder.Change audios
Like the original game, there are 7 audios available for the referee, in English and Japanese.
The available audios are: Kaioshin, Videl, Announcer 1, Announcer 2, Announcer 3, Ox King and Shenron.
To change the referee's audio, change the next line within the "BT3 1.1/fight_english.def" file
(or "BT3 1.1/fight_spanish.def", if you're using the Spanish version)
snd = referees/kaioshin_english.snd
For example, to switch to Videl audio in Japanese, place
snd = referees/videl_japanese.snd
Check the "referees" folder to see the names of the files.
(Note: there are no audios for the power levels, since there were no audios in the original game).
Credits to ViveDBZBT3 for their sprites, many of which I used in this lifebar.
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