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ROM Hacking Discussion / N-64 game hacks to invert the camera
« on: September 14, 2019, 04:05:57 pm »
I was playing majora's mask for basically the first time the other day and I can't get over the fact that the camera is inverted. I'm sure it would be pretty simple to hack the game and change the camera to normal. Up is Up and down is down. it currently is up is down and down is up. this is because 3D was new and nobody knew what scheme to use for the camera. Anyway thanks.

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I recently played The Brainies for SNES and while I liked the game there are two things that I will need to do an order for me to continue playing it.

1) Give the player infinite time

2) Give the player infinite lives

In my opinion the game would be really fun if these two were implemented so I'm wanting to make a hack or game genie codes that allow this. Now I know that there is this one version of SNES9x called Giegers version were you can look at the active ram of the game and then play around with hex values and such. But I don't know how to convert that information to actually making the hack or game genie codes.

I know that you can just freeze in game ram hex values until you find the locations of the time and lives. Once there then you can then type in new values until you get the desired result.

If anyone can help guide me through the process then that would be great. Thanks.

Oh, and I already checked to see if these cheats already exist and I as far as I know they don't.

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Just found out that 7E0910 is the ram address where the time is stored.

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I am involved in a rom hacking project and there is an idea to split the adventure of the course of 3 separate roms. A part 1,2 and 3 so to speak. My question to you guys is; which would you rather play, a game which needs 3 different roms to tell the story that you have to swap from one to anther while you are progressing or would you rather have just 1 rom with the story in it even if you had to cut some things out of the game  to make everything fit?

Let me know, thanks.

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Newcomer's Board / ZAMN level editor help
« on: April 08, 2015, 11:31:30 pm »
Hello, i am interested in doing a zamn hack for the snes. i downloaded the level editor from here and got the rom elsewhere and everytime i try and open up the rom with the editor it says.

"needs to be implemented"

i have now tried this with two roms that i got from two different sources. both are the usa rom version i believe. this is actually so strange because many years back like in 2010 or so i remember using this editor with a rom and actually having it work. so i dont see why it wont work now. anyone have any suggestions.

thank you .

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just tried this out on my old computer. all my original files were there and it worked. so i wonder if this is a problem with window 7 because on my windows xp machine it works fine.

also i had to name it ZAMN in all caps but it worked, but only on my old computer not on win 7 computer

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ROM Hacking Discussion / Jim Power background scrolls the wrong way
« on: November 19, 2014, 11:10:17 pm »
Hi, I recently came across a game called Jim Power for the SNES. Footage of the gameplay can be found here.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8tN_TPTIrYs

However the background in the game actually scrolls the wrong way. Yes, so when you are walking forward with the character the background also scrolls forward too.

I think this was done on purpose or something to try and add a 3D effect or some kind of gimmic to the game, but it seriously is logically wrong and gives me a headache.

Does anyone know how hard it would be to fix this and to make the background scroll the right way?

I would think that it would be rather easy because all you have to do is find out what speed the bg is scrolling at and then just do the negative of that.



 

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