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I'm going to be busy next week but I'll work on the song when I can in the free time I have. This is the song I have so far in the FamiTracker file format. Click here. Remember it is NOT done yet.

Things you wanted:
*No extra DPCM samples
*1st scene reminiscent from Castlevania I

Things to address:
*It is kinda hard to time the scene well and NOT make it tight. My suggestion for you is to not have the text type out, but just make it appear and fade out at a specific time.
*I have the final boss song in the triangle channel in the second part of the song. Is this necessary?

Personal Projects / Re: Link's Awakening GirlType WIP
« on: June 02, 2013, 09:53:38 am »
I'm not 100% sure, but I thought in one of the GameBoy Zeldas, most of the main character sprites were compressed? If so, maybe that new Link's Awakening editor could help out for decompressing and recompressing/inserting the graphics for you.
I am pretty sure they're not. From what I remember, they look normal.

I found the Gameboy Tile Editor and looked around, but naturally everything's all jumbled up. Anybody know of a better tool? I also didn't see anything in there for working with the GBC colors.
I use Tile Layer; however, others tend to use Tile Molester.

Hey, I heard you needed someone to make the intro music, right? Well I am a composer myself. Here is a sample of some of my songs on FamiTracker in the form of .nsf files:
Sample 1
Sample 2

Personal Projects / Re: Final Fantasy VII NES Project
« on: May 25, 2013, 09:25:24 pm »
Cool! A final release is coming soon! Though this has been a long project, you've improved greatly in your style of hacking and of art. You never gave up through the process, which many have a hard time doing so. I'm glad I helped you when you first started this project and saw you grow in the process.
Any plans for a next project?

I made a title screen for the Chinese Final Fantasy IV by the way.

The patch

Gaming Discussion / Re: Your #1 RPG you ever played?
« on: May 22, 2013, 06:31:34 pm »
Earthbound (SNES)
Mother 3 (GBA)
Pokemon Blue/Red/yellow (GB)
*Quest 64
Pokemon Gold/Silver/Crystal (GBC)
Final Fantasy III (NES)
Tales of Phantasia (SNES)
Paper Mario: The Thousand Year Door (GC)

*EDIT:* I revisited now this game and it's not as good as I remember it.

ROM Hacking Discussion / Re: Remember a nes game
« on: May 22, 2013, 12:43:06 am »
I just went through the whole GameFAQs database looking for NES action games.
Seems Nosuch found one I overlooked. :)

(then again, that could be quite a long task if one hasn't played enough NES games over the years to recognize a nice part of the library, at least to be able to narrow down the possibilities.)
I have played a good amount of NES games over the years. Yet, I believe I've only played half of them out there :-\. The NES is probably the system that has the most games for it. There's  about 700 licensed games that the USA got, however, Japanese-exclusive and unlicensed games are a different story.

ROM Hacking Discussion / Re: Remember a nes game
« on: May 21, 2013, 12:41:45 pm »
I looked up some 4-in-1 NES carts and did find some with Rainbow Island and Jackal. Due to it being a 4-in-1 you might be confusing other games in it. I found games that had some of the things you described.

One 4-in-1 Game:

Good o'l Contra

Rushin' Attack that is mislabeled Jackal

Another 4-in-1:

Captain America

An Adventure Island hack

Gaming Discussion / Re: Game Center CX
« on: May 17, 2013, 03:18:26 pm »
I didn't pay much attention when I first saw this thread. Somehow I found a YouTube channel with a funny Mr. Gimmick playthrough. Then I realized it was Game Center CX. :D And yes it is good.

Personal Projects / Re: Final Fantasy VII NES Project
« on: May 13, 2013, 01:32:14 am »
I am confused why some people like the original Chinese version's maps. They clearly put zero effort in making them because the graphics are unoriginal and the maps look haphazardly put together. Most of the time the maps don't even come close to looking like Final Fantasy VII.

General Discussion / Re: YouTube Glitch?
« on: May 09, 2013, 08:48:51 pm »
YouTube was better off not being sold to Google. They keep changing the site for the worse. Each time they update, it resembles more and more like Facebook.

General Discussion / YouTube Glitch?
« on: May 09, 2013, 04:48:30 pm »
Did anyone else get a weird message on a YouTube search saying "Experiment: There may be confidential content in your search results. Please do not share outside Google. "?

General Discussion / Re: Steak Preference
« on: May 03, 2013, 10:41:04 pm »
The juice is not actually blood. Also, if you don’t have it often, you should just have it how it tastes best to you since you’re probably going to be dodging the negative health effects.
You learn something new everyday. The red stuff is not necessarily juice but actually a protein which is called myoglobin.


I'd like to point out that in Castlevania III Simon's boots are red. In Castlevania II his boots are white.

The red palette for the ground really stands out, make it the green color of the trees. Also I don't know why there is some purple in the trees.

Also have some bushes behind the grave. I realize the NES's limitations on colors. You can't have purple with the graves palette, but you can still have the bush behind it but without the roses. Or you could make the grave a sprite and have background  behind it.

General Discussion / Re: Steak Preference
« on: May 01, 2013, 10:41:03 pm »
I don't have steak often, but when I do, I get it well done. I just don't want a bloody steak you know for health reasons.

How do you say "carne asada" with sausage in English?

I love meat! "Carne asada" FTW
With guacamole and onions

I like it best when it's well done that is "tdin" since it's chewier and it leaves a pleasureful sensation in my teeth as I bite away.
Carne asada en inglés es “grilled meat”. También, lo siento decir que tu inglés es muy malo. Muchas personas en este sitio web no comprenden que tú dices.

("Carne asada in English is grilled meat. Also, I am sorry to say that your English is very poor. Many people on this site don't understand what you say)

I love what you're doing with this game. You're really polishing up this flawed game. Keep up the good work!

I was thinking, did you add bosses yet? I always thought it to be bland by going through the dungeons in the game and be greeted by a crystal. There's only a final boss that has no enemies in the dungeon.

Site Talk / Re: Friendliness
« on: April 26, 2013, 08:43:46 pm »
I also get that people don't like looking at docs. Maybe some RHDN users are interested in creating YouTube tutorials? :laugh:
I never thought of ROM hacking tutorials or actually looking it up on YouTube before. I guess it's been a long performed tradition to learn by yourself, from the forums, and from documents. I support this idea.

General Discussion / Re: Man jailed for downloading Elf porn
« on: April 25, 2013, 05:22:30 pm »
I'm still kinda shocked that people are actually unaware of rule 34.
Way back, I though rule 34 was an exaggeration. Sure there's porn of the unexpected but not everything! Then I found 8-bit porn of Mr. Gimmick and the young girl from the NES game. The picture was surprisingly in the style of the game.

General Discussion / Re: Man jailed for downloading Elf porn
« on: April 24, 2013, 06:26:34 pm »
Let's look at some of the rules, shall we?

34) There is porn of it. No exceptions.
35) If no porn is found of it, it will be created.
36) No matter what it is, it is somebody's fetish. No exceptions.
39) There is furry porn of it. No exceptions.

Yeah, the internet's lovely huh?

General Discussion / Re: Man jailed for downloading Elf porn
« on: April 24, 2013, 02:53:17 pm »
Teh Interwebz Cartoon Pr0nz Age Enforcement Tasfkforce!

Jack Thompson logic?

How old do you think this little guy is?

I can't tell if that's a boy or a girl  :o.

General Discussion / Re: Man jailed for downloading Elf porn
« on: April 23, 2013, 11:24:57 pm »
I believe the cases against Clark are simply too weak:

Anti-child pornography group ECPAT Child Alert director Alan Bell said the images were illegal because they encouraged people "to migrate from there to the real thing".

"The distribution of it is damaging. You have to ask what impact does it have even if it's not harming [an individual child]."

The man clearly has some issues due to assaulting a boy however he already did his time. Possessing material that encourages people "to migrate from there to the real thing" seems like a murky definition and the man seems to have "migrated" already. ECPAT clearly knows it technically is not child pornography by making this statement. That doesn't stop them from hating it since it portrays young looking cartoon characters.

Speaking of anime character's age confusions, anyone want to guess how old this anime girl, Yoko, is?
She looks like she is in here twenties right? Nope, SIXTEEN. Therefore she's legally a child.

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