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FF4kster version 0.8

05 August 2015 7:37PM EST - Update by pinkpuff

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FF4kster, the all-in-one editor for Final Fantasy 4 has once again received a long overdue update. This update doesn’t feature any new major compoentents, but rather a large collection of smaller things, including:

  • The monster editor now allows you to edit “special size” details (the “size” bytes used by bosses), as well as showing a preview for the monster palette when selecting it.
  • Triggers and map data now have safeguards preventing data overflow.
  • The solobattle and trigger editors now preview the formation details.
  • The feature editor now contains an entry for “6-letter spells”; changing this range will affect what spells can be put into player spell sets.
  • The map editor now displays how much room is left for adding new map data, and allows you to change “glitch worlds” into usable maps, and vice versa.
  • The event editor has been cleaned up and improved; the sub-menus now expand when you’re selecting the parameters.
  • Many other miscellaneous bug fixes and minor improvements.

New Utilities Added to the Database

20 July 2015 10:53PM EST - Update by RHDNBot

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Red Falcon 1.0 Released

30 May 2015 3:19AM EST - Update by Trax

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First official release of Red Falcon, a level editor for the US version of Contra on the NES…

This application lets you edit all 8 levels of the game. You can add sections to extend the length of the levels. You can add, remove and edit enemy types, position and properties. You can modify the color palettes for the background and the sprites, including the cycling colors. You can also change the Green Guys Generator sequences, found in Indoor levels. Several other visual options can assist the user in level design: grids, enemy indexes, enemy outlines, enemy search, player view, etc…

It is released under Mac OS X Mavericks (10.9), but it is backwards compatible down to Mac OS X Leopard (10.5), and should work on Mac OS X Yosemite (10.10). It can be run on 32 bits and 64 bits systems…

New Utilities Added to the Database

29 May 2015 12:36AM EST - Update by RHDNBot

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New Utilities Added to the Database

15 February 2015 11:30AM EST - Update by RHDNBot

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IPS Peek Version 0.6.0 Released

12 February 2015 11:19PM EST - Update by vectorman

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IPS Peek, the IPS patch analysis tool, has been updated to version 0.6.0.

This is really the last version that requires downloading a zip in order to update. From now on, notifications of new versions will be shown from within the application. Automatic updating is also now supported.

The bug that existed in version 0.5.0 causing patch report exporting to fail has also been fixed.

Changelog:

  • Fixed exporting regression.
  • Changed configuration to use JSON.
  • Added application updating support.

Compress Tools upgraded to version 3.0

03 February 2015 5:48PM EST - Update by Bregalad

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For people looking to compress their data, Compress Tools is very versatile and support many compression algorithms, in addition to allow users to add their own.

The features are :

  • Use input scripts as data (more versatile than binary files)
  • Input data is defined as a set of randomly-accessible small data blocks (rather than a big file of binary data)
  • Output to either assembly language or binary files
  • Support non-ASCII encodings, support for unicode (UTF-8) input
  • Can analyse data using all algorithms to find the best suited compression algorithm easily
  • Open source, users can add their own compression / decompression algorithms to the existing ones

The program has been rewritten entirely in C++, bugs has been fixed, and it is now easier to use. Enjoy !

New Utilities Added to the Database

10 January 2015 10:39PM EST - Update by RHDNBot

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FF4kster v0.7

09 January 2015 6:48AM EST - Update by pinkpuff

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The all-in-one Final Fantasy 4 hacking utility, FF4kster, has received another significant update. It now features a “Tileset Editor” which allows you to change the properties of the tiles in the various tilesets (things like which tiles are on which layer, which tiles can trigger events or chests, warp you out, damage the party, cause random encounters, etc).

In addition, the program no longer relies on prepackaged image files for the tile images, instead reading them directly from the rom you’re editing. This way, if you change any of the in-game map tile graphics, those changes will be reflected by the editor. The overlays indicating which tiles trigger events or warps or can be walked behind are also now generated dynamically based on the tile settings.

Finally, as usual there are a few minor bug fixes and improvements, including many more safeguards against data bleeding. Adding data should now be a lot safer as it will now either warn you or explicitly prevent you from adding too much (in most cases, that is… there still may be some areas that allow bleeding so you should still be careful, but events, messages, spell sets, triggers, and NPCs should all be safe).

IPS Peek Version 0.5.0 Released

23 November 2014 11:51PM EST - Update by vectorman

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IPS Peek, the IPS patch analysis tool, has been updated to version 0.5.0.

This version adds the following new features:

  • Selective patching of a target ROM: this allows patch records to be enabled or disabled when a target ROM file is loaded. The changes are reflected in the Data View’s hex viewer in real time.
  • Emulator launching (with selected patch records): this allows you to test a ROM with the selected patch records.

Other minor changes are included (view the “CHANGES.txt” file for more).

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