Newest Hacks

Mega Man 4: Free of Charge Bram Stoker's Dracula SRAM Splatterhouse 3 SRAM Ecco The Dolphin SRAM

Newest Translations

Mighty Final Fight Conquest of the Crystal Palace Snow Brothers Journey to Silius

Newest Utilities

Zombies Ate My Neighbors Level Editior NES Big Nametable Editor Tile Molester Patchinator

Newest Documents


Newest Reviews

Nayuta no Kiseki Mega Man's Soccer Restoration Daikaijuu Monogatari Bloody Warriors: Shan-Go no Gyakushuu

Featured Hack Images

Artea Name Fix Patch Can't Lose for Winning Super Mario Kart Alternate Tracks 2 Shadow the Hedgehog in Sonic the Hedgehog

Featured Translation Images

Panic Restaurant Pulseman Fire Emblem Gaiden Nushi Tsuri Adventure: Kite no Bouken

Recent Updates

  • Community
    link forum to community profile
  • Hacks
    Rewrote the description a bit, added source code to the ZIP, and optional patch to restore the title screen waterfall speed, courtesy of darthvaderx. Other patches remain the same.
  • Hacks
    Redacted description a bit, and added source code to the download ZIP. Patches themselves remain the same.
  • Utilities
    Correcting the description
General Information

(1601 to 1610) of 2078 Results

Master of Darkness ITALIAN

05 January 2009 6:55PM EST - Update by Shion

Translations News

Though not official, this game is basically Castlevania for the Sega Master System. I liked it so I decided to translated it to Italian. The translation is complete. Take it!

RHDN Master of Darkness Project Page

New Hacks Added to the Database

02 January 2009 1:27PM EST - Update by RHDNBot

ROM Hacks News

This is an automated message generated by’s RHDNBot.

The following Hacks have been submitted and approved to the database (in submitted order oldest to newest):

New Utilities Added to the Database

02 January 2009 6:42PM EST - Update by RHDNBot

Utilities News

This is an automated message generated by’s RHDNBot.

The following Utilities have been submitted and approved to the database (in submitted order oldest to newest):

Celebrate the new year with some new GoldenEye hacks

01 January 2009 2:33AM EST - Update by Dragonsbrethren

ROM Hacks News

The GoldenEye hacking community has been very active over the past few months, with lots of new solo missions and multiplayer maps:

  • Counter-Strike Map Pack - Monkeyface released this great conversion of ten maps from Counter-Strike, for use in GoldenEye’s multiplayer mode.
  • Attack Ship Bridge - A solo map from Perfect Dark converted for use in GoldenEye multiplayer by Kode-Z.
  • Air Base Hangar & dataDyne HQ Extraction Lobby - Two more PD solo to GE multiplayer conversions, these ones were done by 00dark.
  • Japanese Facility, Yoshida Dam, KAIENTAI Frigate, Chinese Temple, & Conkster Control Bunker - Five new solo missions from TAKA Michinoku9.1, which take place in various maps from the original game. These all follow their own storyline, and should be played in order.
  • All Bonds Patch - Mark Kane has released the best “All Bonds” patch to date, which makes use of the textures left over from the extra Bond actor models that were removed from the game.
  • Grid & Aztec Complex - I also had two releases, new missions taking place in what were previously multiplayer-only maps. First up, the Grid from PD and the Complex from GE. The Grid is a classic GE stealth mission, similar to Bunker, while the Complex is a tribute to the original Aztec mission.

Be sure to check Goldeneye Vault for older releases that weren’t mentioned in this news post, this is only a roundup of November and December’s releases.

Super Robot Wars Alpha Gaiden

26 December 2008 3:35AM EST - Update by Gideon Zhi

Translations News

Aeon Genesis wishes everyone a very merry Christmas, and brings a slightly late gift of a (mostly) complete Super Robot Wars Alpha Gaiden translation! The story and interfaces have been completely translated - that’s well over three megabytes of text alone! The character and robot databases remain in Japanese, and there are a few minor issues with the hacking, so be sure to read the readme and apprise yourself them. Enjoy the game!

RHDN Project Page

Popye Eats His Holiday Spinach

25 December 2008 9:07PM EST - Update by Nightcrawler

Translations News - RHDN Project Page

KingMike’s Translations has graced us with a holiday treat in the form of an English translation for the SNES game Popeye - Tale of Teasing Sea Hag! This mix of unique board game fun and platforming action should be on your list of things to do for holiday fun this week! The patch comes in both IPS and UPS format. Instructions on how to play the game can be found in the readme file. So, do the King’s bidding and go play his gift!

Ys VI - The Ark Of Napishtim English Translation is now available.

25 December 2008 5:30PM EST - Update by Doppiapunta

Translations News

Many of you surely know the beautiful Ys series. Unfortunately all the games weren’t translated, so during these last years many fan translations were created.

Now we are proud to announce that the english translation for Ys VI - The Ark Of Napishtim (PC) is now available. All dialogue, graphics, and items are translated. There are two versions of the patch, one for the so called “Limited Edition” ( and one for the latest normal version (including the “Win Vista compatible Edition”)( The patch is absolutely free and you can download it from here. Be sure to choose the right patch for your game version. We hope you enjoy this beautiful game, finally in english.

Pennywise Brings Gifts

25 December 2008 11:23AM EST - Update by Pennywise

Translations News

I have four patches for the Christmas season this year. They are complete patches for Mirai Shinwa Jarvas, Crisis Force, Cosmic Epsilon and an update patch for Ganbare Goemon 2. The two shooters are more like resume padders (Games that don’t really require a translation) for me, but Jarvas is the game to play this Christmas. It’s a neat little action-RPG for the NES. I should have some more what I call resume padders for New Years.

Staff Note: You can find the patches archived on RHDN as well:

RHDN 3rd Anniversary Reflection

23 December 2008 9:38PM EST - Update by Nightcrawler

Site News

Anniversaries are a time to celebrate, and also a time to reflect on the past year. This third anniversary pushes me toward reflection this time around, rather than celebration. Year three was somewhat disappointing in all honesty. RHDN has suffered from what I would call ‘growing pains’. It’s not the little haven it once was. Success has prompted growth and growth has prompted many changes in atmosphere. Now that RHDN is bigger, we can’t go backwards. We can only try to adapt to it’s larger size burdens and choose the best direction to move forward. That’s the key to this reflection, the direction to move forward.

The ‘growing pains’ we’ve experienced represent problems that show up with any larger groups of people. Massive influx of useless new people who don’t read rules, post 1 or 2 useless posts, and never come again, is one example. It starts to become a burden to handle these people and has a negative effect on the atmosphere here. The larger the site, the larger this problem becomes. But that’s not what disappointed me. What disappoints me is that despite large amounts of people, there is still lack of a real community. In fact, there’s less of one than there was before. That begs the question of; do RHDN visitors even want a community?

We’ve spent time on features such as the community database which has huge potential to be enhanced into something grand like personal status pages for all community members. We’ve also added user reviews. Hardly anybody uses either of them. Massive amounts of people come here for a single useless post or two and never come back. As for community regulars, their interests are also in question. Two of the most popular site related discussion topics for 2008 were for a minor deletion policy change and handling of a newbie violating a rule. Those are the kinds of things that are most important? Individual forum moderation decisions and disallowing baseless claims for deletion to cut down on work? This is disturbing to me. This is not positive community oriented discussion. Our open forum tries to facilitate discussion of all site developments, but what’s being discussed is dirty laundry airing instead. Where’s the discussion on enhancing the community? We used to have that. Now, it seems to be missing. We temporarily lost a founding member this year thanks to loss of community focus and allowing endless nitpicking of every decision. This really poses the question of whether or not people even want a community, which leads me to my most troubling thoughts of all…

Does what the people want now conflict with the site charter? It would seem like the larger the site gets, the more in the direction of not wanting a community it goes. People seem to just want an archive site to come to grab whatever they want. They don’t care about their peers. They don’t care about contributing to enhancing the community. They don’t care if they never interact with anyone else. So, how does a site with a fundamental goal of being a community site, handle the community not wanting a community anymore? This is a core conflict of interest. This is a call for re-evaluation of the direction of the site. As the site Administrator, doner of countless hours of time, having the vision for this site, and being an active community member myself, this is very troubling. The site majority has shifted. Thanks to growth, the people who don’t care now outnumber the people who do.

It is because of these issues that year three has been disappointing to me. I see a call for a change in direction and resolution of this core conflict. RHDN needs to adapt to what it has become and set the direction it needs to go in to continue to be successful. I will take some time to carefully think over RHDN’s current state, it’s fundamental goals, recent community sentiment, and more importantly, listen to you now. Some changes are likely. Some compromises may be made, and perhaps some new goals will even be set. Is RHDN primarily an archive site? Is it a community site? Does the community RHDN aims to serve include everyone, or is a more select audience? Does full unrestricted policy discussion work with large amounts of people, or does it just breed dissension? Are all decisions made up for debate and allowed to be challenged? These are just some of the questions that must be asked.

The face of RHDN is changing. What does RHDN mean to you?

New Translations Added to the Database

18 December 2008 9:17AM EST - Update by RHDNBot

Translations News

This is an automated message generated by’s RHDNBot.

The following Translations have been submitted and approved to the database (in submitted order oldest to newest):