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Hacking NBA Jam TE: A Beginner's Guide

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Description:

Eskayelle, while developing his NBA Jam TE - Double Z Mod romhack, scoured websites, forums, message boards, Google Docs, PMs, etc. to amass every tidbit he could about NBA Jam: Tournament Edition for the SNES. With this, he has released everything he’s learned to date to the masses, so that more folks can enjoy the game, create more hacks, and reveal more discoveries.

Armed with this document, you can modify..

  • Portraits
  • Stats
  • Logos
  • Uniform colors
  • Court colors
  • Head graphics
  • Courtside banners
  • Secret character codes
  • And more…

With enough horsepower, a team of hackers (or one lone ranger) could create annual roster updates for the game!

If you find the document helpful, and it leads you to coming up with a great NBA Jam hack, please be sure to credit some of the great folks who’ve provided so much of the information within this document. And… be sure to share that hack!

Please note that this document does not address sound registers and data. If you have knowledge of or expertise in sound formats and the SPC700 for SNES, and you’d be interested in providing some tips that can be accumulated within this document, please feel free to PM eskayelle. Some interesting topics he’d love to add to this file include:

  • The BRR format and its structure
  • Locating sound pointer tables
  • Best practices for adding sound clips
  • Best practices for replacing sound clips

Please also feel free to PM eskayelle with regard to any errors you may find in the document, so that he may aggregate them, correct in bulk, and re-upload the document from time to time.

Thanks for reading!

BOOMSHAKALAKA!

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