Color palette swaps Spin the wheel, "Color palette swaps" refer to a graphical technique used in video games and other digital media where the colors of an image or sprite are changed to create a new variation of that image. that you can use to pick a random item from the list: Blaze, Silver, Sonic, Knuckles, Amy, Tails, shadow, eggman, cream, super sonic, sticks, rouge, Fang, Jet, Bean, infinite.
This technique involves altering the color values of the pixels in an image while keeping the overall shape and design of the image the same. The result is a new version of the image that can have a different mood, atmosphere, or visual style. Color palette swaps are often used in video games to create variations of a character or enemy without having to create a completely new asset. This technique can also be used in graphic design and other forms of digital art to create variations of a design, or to explore different color schemes for a particular image. Color palette swaps are a useful tool for artists and designers looking to create variations of their work quickly and efficiently.