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TitleAuthorDescriptionCategoryPlatformGameVer AscendingLevelDate
DOOM 32X Hacking NotesSaxmanThese 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 Specific32XDOOM1.0Adv07 Jan 2011
Ninja Gaiden 3 hacking valuesDANGER XThis archive includes 1 document with the enemy and item location values to allow you to change them in every stage, 1 image with the enemy types, and another text file with diverse hex values, like weapon nimpo consumption, level and enemy palette,l….Game SpecificNESNinja Gaiden III: The Ancient Ship of Doom1.0Beg26 Jul 2018
The 68000's Instruction SetUnknownA 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).AssemblyGENN/A1.0IntNone
GB Hardware InformationMarat FayzullinThis 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.GBN/A1.0Int07 Jan 2011
SMB3 — Beyond PipesBlue FinchSuper Mario Bros 3 hackers now have a stable and relatively easy method of creating alternate paths and secret exits to different paths in their overworld maps, with the help of this document. Using unused pipe-sets in the game, the maker will sim….Game SpecificNESSuper Mario Bros. 31.0Int31 Jul 2018
Collection of Sega Genesis ManualsOEMIf 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.GENN/A1.0Adv29 Mar 2000
Sonic Advance 3 Attack NotesZanerusA 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.MiscellaneousGBASonic Advance 31.0Beg19 Jan 2011
Editing Fonts without the Aid of a Graphics EditorPartial TranslationsA document explaining how to edit bitplane fonts with a hex editor.Graphics HackingMultipleN/A1.0Int01 Oct 2009
Collection of Sega CD ManualsOEMWhoa, 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.SegaCDN/A1.0Adv29 Mar 2000
Converting SNES pointers to 24-bitKingMike's TranslationsThis is a document to explain how to convert SNES 2-byte pointer tables (”absolute addressing”) to 3-byte pointer tables (”long addressing”).AssemblySNESN/A1.0Int24 Jan 2011
Collection of Sega 32X ManualsOEMWe’ve got the official SDK and we’ve got the official manual for this little beast. Seriously, if you’re even remotely interested in programming this puppy, you owe it to yourself (and possibly your unborn children) to download this an….Hardware Info.32XN/A1.0Adv29 Mar 2000
How to start hacking your own ROMsJustin AndersonA guide to changing graphics in games by using the Nesticle emulator.Graphics HackingNESN/A1.0Beg14 Oct 1997
FAQ for the LZSS CompressionNemesisA detailed tutorial that’s all about LZSS which is commonly used in video games. Tells how to find it, crack it, or implement it. (Translated from French by DaMarsMan)Text HackingNAN/A1.0Int06 Jun 2006
Buu's Fury HackingMiksy91Contains a couple of useful hacking documents for Dragon Ball Z - Buu’s Fury GBA game.Game SpecificGBADragon Ball Z: Buu's Fury1.0Beg05 Feb 2011
An Introduction to Understanding/Hacking 8 Bit GraphicsPrezA guide to working with graphics using only a hex editor.Graphics HackingMultipleN/A1.0Int14 May 2008
Adding an SNES Intro (with a few clicks)DQ TranslationsThis document explains a quick way to go about the process of adding an intro to a game.AssemblySNESN/A1.0Int16 Jun 2006
Lufia & The Fortress of Doom SRAM GuideVegetamanThis is a guide to the SRAM locations for Lufia & The Fortress of Doom, as well as some extra information on how to decipher what Item and Magic Spell a certain hex value means – as well as a brief explanation on binary and hexadecimal numbers.Game SpecificSNESLufia & the Fortress of Doom1.0Int01 Jan 2011
Name Table & Pattern Table DocJohnie DoA document detailing how to change NES pattern and name table docs using the Nesticle emulator and a hex editor.Graphics HackingNESN/A1.0Beg14 May 2008
FF6 Event DumpImzogelmoThe event dump of Final Fantasy VI, with all the code and related explanations of what the code does for events in the game. It is a product of the Event Disassembler from Yousei and Flobster’s FF3Edit utility and is a must have for people tryin….AssemblySNESFinal Fantasy III1.0Int27 Feb 2011
NES 16×16 Tile FormatGideon ZhiA document detailing instructions for dealing with 16×16 NES tiles.Graphics HackingNESN/A1.0Int13 Jun 2007
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