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How much time would it take if I added a save mechanic myself? All I want is the regular save mechanic, nothing special and since it was already implemented in the og all-stars it doesn't sound too difficult.

I've 'technically' isolated SMB2 in All-Stars on the SNES.  I posted a beta patch of that in my SMB2 project thread in the Personal Projects section.  There's a couple bugs I'm pretty sure left over but no one went into depth on what was buggy or not.

There was no selectable save or anything yet.  I was hoping to add things like that much later on down the road after the basis of the project was ready.
I checked the thread, but I didn't see a download. Heh, it turns out that was what got me interested in this. Was it cancelled?

Turns out this was already sort of done. Someone had the brilliant idea of replacing the characters in OG Doki Doki Panic with Mario characters which already included a save feature, Nintendo just redacted it for some reason.

All of that sounds like very advanced hacking. Definitely requiring ASM skills.
Would it be easier to just add a save feature to NES SMB2?
I don't want anything complicated, just an option to quit the game and return later without save states.

Programming / How hard would it be to isolate SMB2 in mario all stars?
« on: March 31, 2017, 09:37:03 pm »
I have never hacked any game before, so I thought this might be a good place to start. All I want to do is remove SMB1, LL, and SMB3 so when I start the game it automatically boots into SMB2. I also want to have the "save menu" appear after the SMB2 title screen before you select a character. Last but not least, I want to have between level saving instead of between world. Is this possible and feasible for someone new to rom hacking?

Newcomer's Board / Mario All Stars NES broken?
« on: March 27, 2017, 09:32:37 pm »
Hi, so I downloaded Infidelity's SMA NES, but can't seem to get it to work. For some reason when I save and continue in SMB2 USA the game gets stuck and endlessly loops the stage back to the beginning. It resets my lives too, so I'm thinking it's an issue with the sram. However I haven't seen anyone anywhere say anything about it. It happens in all versions on all emulators I know of on Android, Retropie, and Windows.

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