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== Released mods ==
== Released mods ==
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Revision as of 19:45, 31 July 2020
Modding covers the unpacking, investigating, and manipulation of assets within the game files of Battle for Bikini Bottom.
BfBB Community Mod
The BfBB Community Mod is an on-going project to create a full game mod of Battle for Bikini Bottom with user-generated content. The project welcomes anyone that has knowledge of modding tools, and is open for contribution of any size.
Industrial Park is a level editor for Battle for Bikini Bottom developed by Igorseabra4 that allows the viewing and editing of HIP and HOP archives, which contain and organize the scenes in the game. It consists of individual windows that show the contents of each loaded archive, and the main window which shows a navigable view of the scene those archives make up. Users can choose to load as few or as many archives to view and edit at once.
Industrial Park can be used to import and export models, textures, and sounds, view and edit behaviors of objects through an event-linking system, transform objects in 3D space, and more.
- Battlepedia contains helpful technical information about Battle for Bikini Bottom as it relates to modding, including tutorials and links to tools, in addition to information about similar Heavy Iron games.
- The BFBB Modding Discord server is used to discuss technical information about Battle for Bikini Bottom and modding.
BfBB: Second Strike
Click the above image to download the BFBB: Second Strike mod!
BFBB: Second Strike is a full game mod for Battle for Bikini Bottom that significantly increases the difficulty and how you progress through the game. Created by aaron5015.
BFBBMix: Chapter 2
BFBBMix: Chapter 2 introduces custom levels for the first two hub worlds in Battle for Bikini Bottom with new music, new objectives, and new robot boss fights.
TetraxZ's BfBB Showcase Mod
TetraxZ's BfBB Showcase Mod is a mod made mainly by TetraxZ in 2018 with help from Seil, Igorseabra, and other people in the modding community. It showcases what Industrial Park can do in terms of editing levels.