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Ironically this game ripped off Layla for the Famicom, which in turn was heavily inspired by Dirty Pair.
>looks at Megaman ZX series and Megaman X CorruptedI've played the Zeroa and ZX games and loved them to bits! I can see where you're coming from and he confirmed that it isn't metroidvania. I love that someone's doing interesting things with MegaMan 3. It's my favorite of the classic series and has so much potential.
"Oh boy have I got something for you"
Either way, that's probably not the purpose of the map. I think it's just him laying out how the stages are related to one another and which screens belong to which robot masters or something like that. But hey, this is still a cool idea nonetheless, and it is kind of a pseudo-open world, so...
Can you more fully explain that map?
So I'm in the process of doing exactly as you'd described (thanks for the advice!), and I'm still feeling out how to actually operate the GUI, but I've found the locations of character sprites in both ROMs. Already knowing how Lunar IPS makes patches though (comparing two files and patching the differences), how would I achieve a sprites-only patch? I mean, I can make the patch myself and have a Mother 25th Faithful Edition + Vanilla Sprites, but what if I wanted to provide other users in this community with a vanilla-sprite patch? Is that feasible? Would it be a faux pas to offer/upload a fork of Mother 25th Faithful Edition with the vanilla character sprites?
Thanks in advance.
why bother ???? 2$ shogi for psvita ...
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my pref "chesslike" videogame is CASTLE QUEST for famicom/gb , it's mix between shogi and wargame , i love it since 1993
ps: i have long time play to chess , i have stop the "standard" game for game in blitz 1min/player
A buddy of mine used to love Shodan Morita Shougi on the SFC. It's supposed to be a serious and traditional version of the game.
Not what you asked but does the Vita have a halfway acceptable DS emulator these days? If so clubhouse games/42 all time classics has a pretty decent version (actually two if you count hasami) that got some people to give up their previous "just so I have one" options for older devices, and will be touchscreen. As it is a turn based game then slowdown should not be a problem either.
The DS might also have some other versions but I am less familiar with those -- I tended not to pay attention to the Japanese side of puzzle games past the GBA.
I can't comment on the AI quality and most people I ever spoke to about it were middling/just for fun players. More than enough to learn the rules and keep fresh with though.
Otherwise yeah recalling back to those conversations about the DS game above most people were speaking of GBC games that they had hacked or learned to play, this despite the GBA being a thing. That said I see minna no soft series has a shogi entry on the GBA (and GBC), and I do like their GBA Tetris effort so you might get lucky.
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I don't know enough about shogi to say if it's a good version, but give it a try if you want.