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Submission Reviewers Needed

28 May 2019 11:53AM EST - Update by ROMhacking.net Staff

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New Hacks Added to the Database

27 May 2019 2:48PM EST - Update by RHDNBot

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Star Cruiser for X68000 takes off!

20 May 2019 9:47AM EST - Update by celcion

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Star Cruiser is a space shooter/adventure game with many distinct elements from a number of different genres. It focuses on exploration and is very story-driven. This version of the game is quite different from the Mega Drive port that is already available in English, but it’s similar to the original PC-88 release as far the mechanics are concerned (except for the character portraits and some other minor details). Also, the main story beats are the same, but there are many differences as far as the characters and events go, which gives this version its own identity. In fact, this is what makes the game quite different from the MD port in particular. All in all, it’s an important part of the Star Cruiser legacy and it is only proper that it should be available in English. So, hopefully you enjoy the fruits of the team’s labor.

New Hacks Added to the Database

16 May 2019 8:17AM EST - Update by RHDNBot

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Plasma Ball for the Famicom now in English!

15 May 2019 7:08PM EST - Update by XianJip

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Here is an announcement for the English translation of Power Ball for the Famicom! Name entry, menus, and dialogues have been fully translated. This is a fast paced dodge ball type of game where you can also play 2 player and in 3 different modes. Enjoy!

Poppin' puzzle fun! "Puyo Puyo!! 20th Anniversary" English Translation Now Available

12 May 2019 10:13AM EST - Update by precisemuseum

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An iconic entry of the beloved Puyo Puyo series has been fully translated into English!

Puyo Puyo!! 20th Anniversary takes place after Puyo Puyo 7. This time, our Puyo 7 protagonist Ringo Ando suddenly finds herself teleported to another dimension! Luckily, it’s the dimension of her world-crossing friends who can help her find her way back home. Featuring 24 individual routes, Puyo Puyo!! 20th Anniversary celebrates the shenanigans of its diverse cast as they Puyo pop their way through each and every challenge!

Puyo Puyo originated as a spinoff of the classic and dramatic dungeon crawler Madou Monogatari, its unique action-puzzle gameplay has both attracted a committed fanbase in Japan and vaulted it into the world of esports. With its recent resurgence in English-speaking territories, now’s the perfect time to pick up Puyo Puyo!! 20th Anniversary and meet its cast!

This patch is for the Nintendo DS version, made possible by the team at Precise Museum along with some additional help from Puyo Nexus.

But where's the Puyo!? Madou Monogatari II translation released

09 May 2019 6:08PM EST - Update by Supper

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A long-overdue English translation for the second game in the Madou Monogatari (Sorcery Saga) series has been released!

Arle Nadja, last seen trying to graduate from kindergarten in the first Madou Monogatari, is now sixteen years old. As she journeys to the distant Ancient Magic School to study, a mysterious man with a remarkable proclivity for unintentional innuendo knocks her out and throws her in a dungeon! Arle must now use all her magic skills to escape and continue her quest to become the most powerful magician in the world.

The Madou Monogatari games are a series of dungeon crawlers by Compile, originally released for Japanese computers and later ported to many other platforms. They’re known for their distinct style of magic-oriented combat, with no HP or MP meters, individually-crafted attacks for every enemy, and prolific use of voice samples. They should also look very familiar to Puyo Puyo players – Puyo Puyo began as a spinoff of Madou Monogatari and imported most of its original cast from the series.

This patch is for the Sega Game Gear port of the game, which features somewhat different gameplay and dungeons from the original computer versions. Despite the Puyo Puyo connection and a solid reputation as a fun title, this marks the first English translation of the game, almost exactly 25 years after this version’s original release.

This patch was the work of TheMajinZenki (translation), Supper (hacking), cccmar (editing and testing), filler (original script dump), and Xanathis (testing). Special thanks goes to filler and Kingofcrusher for their translation patch for the first Madou Monogatari, whose font was reused for this patch.

Donkey Kong '94 (GB) Gets Its First Level Hack

08 May 2019 9:20AM EST - Update by Imaynotbehere4long

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The Game Boy version of Donkey Kong, also known as Donkey Kong ‘94, was a huge expansion to the original arcade game, featuring many new levels, enemies, and mechanics. It even got a spiritual successor in the form of the first Mario vs. Donkey Kong game. Although these games have their fans, neither title has received a level hack until now. This is a simple hack, featuring only four levels with little else changed, but it should be enough to give those who’ve beaten the game an extra challenge (and perhaps give level designers encouragement to make their own level hacks of this game).

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