|MOS MCS 6500 Microcomputer Family Programming Manual||OEM||The MOS MCS 6500 Microcomputer Family Programming Manual is part of the KIM-1 hardware development kit. This document applies to all the 65xx CPUs with slight variations, such as the 6502 in the NES, 6510 in the C-64, 6507 in the Atari 2600, the list….||Assembly||Multiple||N/A||1.0||Int||01 Jan 1976|
|Game Genie Doc||SnowBro||The contents of an email written by SnowBro detailing a method of making GameGenie codes permanant.||Cheat Codes||NA||N/A||1.0||Beg||12 Feb 2000|
|Pitfall! Disassembly||Thomas Jentzsch||Disassembly of the game Pitfall!. Use DASM and vcs.h to compile.||Source Code||2600||Pitfall!||1.0||Adv||04 Sep 2010|
|Pokemon Red/Blue Pokedex Data Structure||Sawakita||A simple doc on how info displayed in a pokedex page are stored.||Miscellaneous||GB||Pokémon: Blue Version||1.0||Beg||15 Sep 2010|
|Mega Man Disassembly||Bisqwit||A disassembly of Mega Man. Banks 5,6, and 7 are included. This includes the main logic but no sound, music or graphics.||Game Specific||NES||Mega Man||1.0||Adv||19 Sep 2010|
|Mega Man Sound Disassembly||Bisqwit||Reassembleable commented music/sound disassembly of Mega Man 1. Everything lies in bank 4.
This file can be assembled into IPS or O65 using Nescom and then reinserted into the ROM with a tool of….||Game Specific||NES||Mega Man||1.0||Adv||27 Sep 2010|
|Mega Man II Sound Disassembly||Bisqwit||Reassembleable commented music/sound disassembly of Mega Man 2. Everything is in bank 12 (0C).
This file can be assembled into IPS or O65 using Nescom and then reinserted into the ROM with a tool….||Game Specific||NES||Mega Man 2||1.0||Adv||27 Sep 2010|
|Megaman - The Wily Wars hacking notes||Matrixz||Contains pointers for most of the level data, with some explanation on the layout of those datas, and what the values mean. Note: offsets were based on the European ROM.||Game Specific||GEN||Mega Man: The Wily Wars||1.0||Beg||23 Jun 2010|
|Text Demo - Source Code||Sparda||Just the sources to a simple “Text to Screen” demo. It should be helpful for beginner
SNES programmers.||Assembly||SNES||N/A||1.0||Beg||17 May 2006|
|Castlevania: Symphony of the Night - Zone File Technical Documentation||Nyxojaele||This document is meant to be a centralized place containing all known information about the SotN map files’ format.
Everything from graphics to tiles and entity placement is covered here.||File Formats||PSX||Castlevania: Symphony of the Night||1.0||Adv||26 Dec 2010|
|Megaman 3 - 5 Level Formats||Matrixz||A document explaining how level data is laid out in Megaman 3, 4 and 5. It also explains how the various data works. Kind of outdated.||Game Specific||NES||Multiple Games||1.0||Beg||01 Jan 2002|
|James Pond 3 Hacking Notes||Saxman||These are notes I took for hacking James Pond 3: Operation Starfish. I took them while trying to learn how levels were created. Everything used to create the CHEESE! level and graphics viewer is in here, plus more. There’s even a few tidbits abo….||Game Specific||GEN||James Pond 3: Operation Starfish||1.0||Beg||18 Jun 2010|
|DOOM 32X Hacking Notes||Saxman||These are notes I collected during the period of time I was hacking DOOM. They’re sort of sloppy because I’m a sloppy note taker. That said, I think most seasoned hackers will be able to understand most everything written.||Game Specific||32X||DOOM||1.0||Adv||07 Jan 2011|
|The 68000's Instruction Set||Unknown||A nice reference for the 68000’s instruction set. It does not, however, include things such as the opcode bit-patterns (the hexadecimal encoding for the instructions).||Assembly||GEN||N/A||1.0||Int||None|
|GB Hardware Information||Marat Fayzullin||This is a comprehensive document on the hardware details for the Gameboy. The following information is mostly based on a document by Pan of Anthrox, Jeff Frohwein’s, Pascal Felber’s, and my own findings.||Hardware Info.||GB||N/A||1.0||Int||07 Jan 2011|
|Collection of Sega Genesis Manuals||OEM||If you thought the official manual we had before was something, you ain’t seen nothing yet! This is THE source for the Genesis. If you’re serious about Genesis programming, download this.||Hardware Info.||GEN||N/A||1.0||Adv||29 Mar 2000|
|Sonic Advance 3 Attack Notes||Zanerus||A simple to understand guide on editing of move lists of Sonic Advance 3. Lists most values as well as offsets for all ten of the team choices for both characters.||Miscellaneous||GBA||Sonic Advance 3||1.0||Beg||19 Jan 2011|
|Editing Fonts without the Aid of a Graphics Editor||Partial Translations||A document explaining how to edit bitplane fonts with a hex editor.||Graphics Hacking||Multiple||N/A||1.0||Int||01 Oct 2009|
|Collection of Sega CD Manuals||OEM||Whoa, just when you thought you’d never see anything about developing for the Sega CD, along comes this jewel. Official goodness here folks. Pretty much everything you want to know about the Genesis’s sidecar can be found in this.||Hardware Info.||SegaCD||N/A||1.0||Adv||29 Mar 2000|
|Converting SNES pointers to 24-bit||KingMike's Translations||This is a document to explain how to convert SNES 2-byte pointer tables (”absolute addressing”) to 3-byte pointer tables (”long addressing”).||Assembly||SNES||N/A||1.0||Int||24 Jan 2011|