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New Hacks Added to the Database

02 September 2017 11:38PM EST - Update by RHDNBot

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Arkanoid Revised released!

30 August 2017 8:49PM EST - Update by nesrocks

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Arkanoid Revised is a hack of the Japanese version of Arkanoid released for the Famicom. Arkanoid was originally released for the arcades and it featured an analog wheel controller for rapid movement. Both the Famicom and NES releases supported a similar controller, called the “Arkanoid Controller”. Few people had this and had to use the regular d-pad for movement, which is very limited, making the game nearly impossible to complete without cheats.

The hack addresses this situation by making the unused B button as a sprint modifier. Along the way bugs and inconsistencies with the gameplay were detected so those were changed to make the game more enjoyable. For example, the cheats which always felt like a necessity were incorporated into the game design more properly. The continue cheat has been converted into a continue option on the main menu, while the level skip cheat has been converted into a stock of warp pills, usable at any time by pressing the SELECT button. This spends a warp pill in stock and the exit gate opens.

There are two bugs fixed too: now pausing also works at the start of each level, not just when the ball has started moving, and the player can use the continue option even after watching the demo. Previously if you watched the demo the continue cheat would be lost, sending you back to level 1!

And last but not least, a lot of the graphics have been improved! New backgrounds, stylistic color choices for the bricks and new graphics for the normal, big and fire vaus. Game logic had to be adjusted to allow for a different tile on the vaus ship, as the center tile was previously repeated 4 times on the big vaus.

New Hacks Added to the Database

25 August 2017 10:35PM EST - Update by RHDNBot

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Chrono Trigger 1.01

25 August 2017 7:32AM EST - Update by lurker170801

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Here is a small news page about the next Chrono Trigger hack, Chrono Trigger 1.01.

It is a small project when compared to other hacks on this site, but it is meant to add some more fun to your next playthrough. It’s name implies that the changes from the original game should be considered an “update” of sorts, rather than a “mod” that makes large changes to graphics, the story, or big things like that. Everyone has a personal or private version of the game, and this is simply the author’s version.

Here are some of the main features:

  • Some dialog changes and most tech descriptions use a compromise of community sources, paraphrasing, and the original text (NA).
  • The “6-Letter Name” and “CronoNick” patches have been applied. [see Readme file]
  • Enemies are only slightly harder because there are other, better hacks for that.
  • It’s no longer Uncle Sam mode. $ rewards have been reduced significantly.
  • No-levels and low-levels games have been taken into consideration, so it should still be legitimate, EXP-wise.
  • A wallet is hidden in Porre, if you want to play a NLG. Take a few rides on the ferry to reveal it.
  • Some SPC songs from the pre-release game have been added, without having to replace existing ones.
  • There are now two versions of Magus (the castle fight). One for NLGs/LLGs and one for NG+ and MUCH higher levels. The AI scripts for both have been changed, so this is the main feature that is different from stock.

So without further delay, here is the main page for you: http://www.romhacking.net/hacks/3620/

New Hacks Added to the Database

14 August 2017 8:12PM EST - Update by RHDNBot

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The Quest of Lala RELEASED!

14 August 2017 10:19AM EST - Update by Zynk

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The Quest of Lala is a complete level hack of The Adventures of Lolo. This time, the damsel in distress, Princess Lala is the protagonist and Lolo was the one kidnapped by the Devil King AKA the evil King Egger.

The levels are based on the PC game “Eggerland: Episode 0 - Quest of Rara”, but improvises were made since the NES game has limitations in displaying too many enemies and moveable blocks, and some items not available from the PC version (e.g. mirror blocks and the enemy teleportation bug). The PC game has 32 rooms, so the unreleased “Kopio levels” are present to accommodate the remaining rooms.

This hack was made with the Neptune level editor.

If anyone has a copy of the original PC freeware game, please share it!

New Hacks Added to the Database

09 August 2017 8:41PM EST - Update by RHDNBot

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Super Mario Bros. 3: The Forgotten Worlds PAL

03 August 2017 9:51PM EST - Update by szemigi

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Greetings again, everybody!

Super Mario Bros. 3: The Forgotten Worlds is now available in 10 languages: English, Hungarian, German, French, Finnish, Estonian, Spanish, Swedish, Danish, Italian. The poster has also been updated as well.

NOTE: Extremely sorry for making any grammar mistakes in any languages. Those are mostly due to the less text spaces.

New Hacks Added to the Database

02 August 2017 3:00AM EST - Update by RHDNBot

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Void's Blitzarre Adventure: a complete Fire Emblem romhack

28 July 2017 5:20AM EST - Update by Darrman

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Void’s Blitzarre Adventure, a completed Fire Emblem romhack. While discussing the ins and outs of hacking, some members of Fire Emblem Universe, a Fire Emblem romhacking site, had the idea of attempting to complete a full, 30-chapter romhack in one single week. After the week had passed, the hack was completed. After a few more days of polishing after the week, the hack is now in a presentable state.

Some of the hackers had made ASM modifications beforehand and took this opportunity to implement them in a finished product. As a result, this hack has some significant quality of life improvements, such as being able to press Select to view enemy range on the map and viewing unit growth rates on the status screen, and being allowed to see combat stats when the animations are disabled. Most notably, the hack has added skills, similar to the 3DS Fire Emblem games, into the Game Boy Advance Fire Emblem engine.

The plot is a simple one: the protagonist, Void, had her country conquered and will fight anyone that is in her way to the Demon King himself. Blocking Void’s path to old Fomortiis are thirty chapters created by several hackers, each with different approaches to chapter design and including moments to make the chapters memorable, ranging from innovative escort missions to difficult fog battles to sailing on the high seas.

The aesthetics of the game have also been freshened up, with a new status screen background, custom battle palettes for many characters, and new battle music sourced from some of the other Fire Emblem games. But at its core, the gameplay is still the same Fire Emblem that many know and love.

This hack is based on Sacred Stones, not Blazing Sword. One must apply the patch to the correct rom for it to work correctly. And most importantly, enjoy the hack.

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