|Adventure Disassembly||Joel Park||Unknown which disassembler was used and which assembler to compile.||Source Code||2600||Adventure||1.0||Adv||04 Sep 2010|
|Art Alive! Disassembly||lory1990||This is a disassembly of Art Alive! for Sega Genesis. It can be assembled using the Macroassembler AS.||Source Code||GEN||Art Alive!||1.0||Adv||09 Mar 2016|
|Asteroids Disassembly||Thomas Jentzsch||Compile with DASM using vcs.h.||Source Code||2600||Asteroids||0.5||Adv||04 Sep 2010|
|Berzerk Disassembly||Dennis Debro||Compile with DASM using vcs.h version 105 or greater.||Source Code||2600||Berzerk||1.0||Adv||04 Sep 2010|
|Boss Weapon Damage Disassembly||PowerPanda||A disassembly of the damage that weapons do to each boss. Created and used in the “Capsule Remix” hack. DarkSamus993 can be listed as contributor.||Assembly||SNES||Mega Man X||1.0||Int||18 May 2017|
|Castlevania II: Simon's Quest Disassembly||Bisqwit||This is a disassembly of Castlevania II Simons’s Quest.
It can be found in Bisqwit personal website, but here it can be more acessible to people trying to hack this game.||Assembly||NES||Castlevania II: Simon’s Quest||1.0||Adv||16 Apr 2013|
|Columns Disassembly||lory1990||Disassembly of Columns for Sega Genesis||Source Code||GEN||Columns||1.1||Adv||24 Apr 2016|
|Combat Disassembly||Roger Williams||Disassembly that was made first by Harry Dodgson, then Nick Bensema, and then the final version, Roger Williams. Compiled with DASM and vcs.h.||Source Code||2600||Combat||1.0||Adv||04 Sep 2010|
|Cosmic Ark Disassembly||Thomas Jentzsch||Compile with DASM and vcs.h.||Source Code||2600||Cosmic Ark||0.9||Adv||04 Sep 2010|
|Donkey Kong Disassembly||pditincho||Partial disassembly of Donkey Kong (NES/FC) - WIP - Revision 5.||Assembly||NES||Donkey Kong||0.5||Adv||26 Mar 2012|
|Donkey Kong Disassembly||Dennis Debro||Disassembly of the Atari 2600 game Donkey Kong. Compiles with DASM and vcs.h.||Source Code||2600||Donkey Kong||1.0||Adv||04 Sep 2010|
|DuckTales2 full disassembly + .idb base||Ti||named 95% functions and variables + some comments.
separate code file(.asm) + resources files.
100% code/data/pointers disassembled (means you can edit/insert code in any way).
.IDB base (if you have IDA PRO).
note: you need original ro….||Source Code||NES||DuckTales 2||1.0||Adv||20 Sep 2015|
|E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial Disassembly||Dennis Debro||Disassembly for the game E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial. Use DASM, vcs.h and macro.h to compile.||Source Code||2600||E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial||1.0||Adv||18 Jul 2006|
|Faxanadu Disassembly||SP||This is a IDA Pro disassembly of the game Faxanadu. There is a great deal of work done, as well as a lot more to do. It is not in any form to be reassembled, currently.||Source Code||NES||Faxanadu||1.0||Adv||27 Jun 2005|
|FF1 Disassembly||Disch||Reassemblable disassembly of Final Fantasy for NES. Includes everything required to reassemble.
Fully commented with all variables and routines labelled.
Data formats outlined, bugs highlighted, etc.
Everything you could ever want to know a….||Source Code||NES||Final Fantasy||1.0||Adv||05 Jun 2015|
|FF1 Disassembly Companion||Joe73ffdq||A comprehensive document to go along with FF1 Disassembly.
This gives you an index to find just about everything.||Game Specific||NES||Final Fantasy||1.0||Beg||04 Feb 2014|
|FF1 Disassembly with Bugfix & Enhancement Patches||Anomie||Anomie’s disassembly of Final Fantasy 1 for the NES. Although now largely superceded by Disch’s version, this one does include Anomie’s many useful bugfixes and enhancements of the ga….||Source Code||NES||Final Fantasy||1.0||Adv||07 Dec 2008|
|Final Fantasy 1 Music Driver Disassembly||Gil Galad||This is a commented disassembly of the Final Fantasy 1 music driver and organized in such a way that it can possibly be used to compose music with. The assembly format is ASM6.||Source Code||NES||Final Fantasy||1.0||Adv||18 Aug 2010|
|Freeway Disassembly||Manuel Polik||Reverse engineered by Bill Heineman. Made compatible with DASM by Manual Polik.||Source Code||2600||Freeway||1.0||Adv||04 Sep 2010|
|Galaxian (NES) Disassembly||lidnariq||Galaxian’s FamiCom port has the unique property of being the smallest NES/FC game of all, at 16KiB. (The original arcade version was 12KiB). When frantik released his disasm6, the smallest game of all felt like an obvious test.
Hundreds of ho….||Source Code||NES||Galaxian||1.0||Adv||13 Sep 2011|