How to Use Idm Patch for All Versions of Undertale
Undertale is a popular role-playing game that has many fans and modders. If you want to enjoy the game with different mods, you might need to use Idm Patch, a tool that can patch any version of Undertale and make it compatible with various mods.
In this article, we will show you how to use Idm Patch for all versions of Undertale, from Windows to Linux. You will need the following things:
A copy of Undertale for your platform (you can buy it from Steam or GOG)
The Idm Patch tool (you can download it from here)
The mod you want to install (you can find many mods on Game Jolt or Nexus Mods)
Follow these steps to use Idm Patch for all versions of Undertale:
Extract the Idm Patch tool to a folder of your choice.
Run the IdmPatch.exe file and select your Undertale data file (usually located in C:\\Program Files (x86)\\Steam\\steamapps\\common\\Undertale\\data.win for Windows or /.local/share/Steam/steamapps/common/Undertale/data.win for Linux).
Select the mod file you want to patch (usually a .gmx or .yyz file).
Click on \"Patch\" and wait for the process to finish.
Enjoy your modded Undertale!
Note: If you want to revert back to the original Undertale, you can use the backup file created by Idm Patch (usually named data.win.bak).
We hope this article helped you learn how to use Idm Patch for all versions of Undertale. If you have any questions or problems, feel free to leave a comment below or contact the developers of Idm Patch on their GitHub page.
Idm Patch is a powerful tool that can modify the code and data of Undertale and other GameMaker: Studio games. It can decompile, edit, and recompile the game files, allowing you to change almost anything in the game, from graphics and sounds to scripts and variables.
Some of the features of Idm Patch include:
A user-friendly interface that lets you browse and edit the game resources.
A code editor that supports syntax highlighting, auto-completion, and error checking.
A GML compiler that can convert your GML code into bytecode that the game can understand.
A GML assembler that can convert bytecode back into GML code for reverse engineering.
A room editor that lets you modify the layout and objects of the game levels.
A sprite editor that lets you create and edit the game graphics.
A sound editor that lets you import and export the game sounds.
A font editor that lets you change the game fonts.
A script library that contains useful functions and snippets for modding.
An updater that can check for and download the latest version of Idm Patch.
Idm Patch is compatible with most GameMaker: Studio games, not just Undertale. You can use it to mod games like Deltarune, Hyper Light Drifter, Nuclear Throne, Hotline Miami, and more. However, some games may have anti-modding measures or encryption that prevent Idm Patch from working properly. In that case, you may need to use other tools or methods to mod them.