A while back I wrote about the as3sfxr made by Tom Vian of the Super Flash Brothers. If you’re unfamiliar with as3sfxr, it’s a sound synthesizer made in Flash that you can use to create old NES and SNES style sfx for your games…FREE!

Version B, by Increpare, is built on top of Tom’s version and brings a few more features to the table, including more precise sliders, a few extra settings, 2 additional preset waveforms and a playlist of previously configured sounds. You can also generate urls for specific sounds, which can be handy if you’re collaborating with a friend and want to share sound design without having to send files back and forth. It’s not a major overhaul but the improvements are certainly welcome.

You can check out as3sfxr-b here or download the AIR version here.

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