|Streets of Rage 2: Level Music offsets||Metal64||Documentation about the music offset and values||Game Specific||GEN||Streets of Rage 2||1.0||Beg||16 Feb 2018|
|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|
|Streets of Rage 2: Modifying Sound Values||Metal64||Documentation about the sound offset and values of Streets of Rage 2 and Streets of Rage 2 Syndicate Wars.||Audio Hacking||GEN||Streets of Rage 2||1.0||Beg||31 Mar 2018|
|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|
|Zelda II - Jumping Routine||njosro||This document translates the assembly routine for Link jumping and the subroutine that the game uses to apply gravity.||Assembly||NES||Zelda II: The Adventure of Link||1.0||Int||29 Apr 2018|
|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|