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So I plan on starting a Game Boy Homebrew that recreates the Smash Bros games in grayscale 8-Bit, but I won't start the project until sometime after August 4th.You have stated that you have no idea how to make a Game Boy Homebrew and consequently I do not expect you will get anywhere.
I did the whole replacing RIFF thing, but every single time I started up the game it would crash (Although that might be because of file size).Yes, that would be a bad idea.
copy /b file1.wav + file2.wav + file3.wav VO_PL00.SEZ
HI is very simple, the file sez are very similar to WAV Filetype but in the case of SEZ Filetype are multiple Files WAV files in one SEZ Files like a compress files, now if you open a SEZ file in a hex editor you see firs a list with names of file in format WAV, second various parameter similar to WAV Filetypes just remember in one SEZ Files contain multiples WAV files. now one thing to do each files on wav files created must be match wiht the each files compress on the SEZ
Where will all the people displaced by global warming go? The moon?No, probably somewhere cheaper.
Real estate is a great investment tool, provided you don't do something retarded like invest in a shitty stick house farm (aka a suburb or exurb) dozens of miles from amenities, jobs, public transportation, and schools. Most businesses don't own their property, they rent it. Most people rent their house or apartment. Most people would also prefer not to need to drive 50 or more miles a day to get to school and work.There are many things that people call "great investment tools". It is not clear to me that one inherently stands to make substantially more money in real estate than one might in some other venture, like even an ordinary index fund.
I want to build durable, energy-efficient apartment complexes with lots of studio apartments and the occasional 2 bedroom apartment. Energy-efficient because if people pay less in utilities then they're more likely to afford rent, durable because it makes more sense to plan in the long run and make something that will last 50 or 60 years, and studio apartments because the more college kids you pack into a house the more likely it will get torn the fuck up.Admirable, perhaps, but do you have any kind of experience in this area? I very much doubt hiring architects and construction firms and property management companies and so on is particularly straightforward.
The only useful fields left are those which are not easily automated. Science, technology, and engineering are greatThat is hopelessly broad. It is entirely possible to study a particular field of "science, technology, and engineering" that will ultimately become, if not obsolete, then at least one with limited job prospects.
but medicine could probably be reduced to a technical job if (and this is a big "if") diagnosis tools become cheap and effective. That would take the medical equipment equivalent of Telsa releasing their patents into the wild, so don't hold your breath.That might make them cheaper, but will do little to bring about a remarkable revolution in their effectiveness. One of the points of having a patent system at all is that patenting an invention requires you to release a full disclosure of how the invention works.
* Don't invest in any property less than 100 meters above sea level.I'm not convinced real estate in general is a particularly good investment, but then I've never really bothered to educate myself on the subject.
* Get an education in something useful.What might be deemed "useful" can vary considerably from moment to moment. Some might even say that a liberal arts education is "useful" in order to learn how to more persuasively lead others to rally to one's cause and to understand historical reasons for lack of success.
I'm not familiar with Retroarch. So it effectively takes GTE transformations and implements a true z-depth?Eh? No, I mean it applies filters to the whole-screen video output as-is.
Brand mattersDell and the like will at least give you warranty service. And PC-Chips is famously deficient in quality as far as motherboards go.
-generally it all comes from a factory in china, no difference.
-Laser Discs were like DVDs...except in the late 1970s, speaking of DVDs, they've been around since 1996 or so.Laser discs are analogue and are not like DVDs.
The best way I'd upscale a PSX game would be a simple interpolation on the whole screen rather than internal upscale.I was under the impression that was precisely what Retroarch did, in contrast to ePSXe.
Retroarch is better for accurate emulation I am trying to find a filter/shader that works well with it.You trade quality for accuracy. Same goes for pSX, if I'm not mistaken.
MetroidThe fancier versions still rely on emulators with Lua scripting, don't they?
-Extreme graphical enhancement, combined several hacks, including a map.
Super Mario Bros SpecialI have never heard anyone refer to those levels as "beautifully crafted". Anyway, the NES version lacks the custom powerups and can hardly be considered faithful.
-Originally released on the PC88, needless to say it could not handle Mario...the NES on the other hand, due to the dedication of fans, can now play these beautifully crafted levels made by Hudson.
UninvitedSurely it is best played on the Macintosh for which it was originally written?
Super Mario All StarsThe block-breaking physics in SMB are buggy. There's a patch to fix it.
-A newer version includes Super Mario World. Nothing new other than some really well done Luigi sprites. Can only play as him in 2 player mode, and he plays no differently than mario unfortunately.
Zelda Ancient Stone TabletsAST never starred the St. Giga mascot. Only the earlier BS Zelda had that.
-These are a series of BS Zelda broadcasts that involve 4 separate roms, dedicated for one quest, you have rename the sav file after each of the 4 roms to carry data over. They have been hacked to work without BSX hardware and now star Link instead of the St. Giga Mascot. Everything is translated.
Perhaps you should make one xdelta patch for the .ISO, and one for a .BIN?
I'm not following ds homebrew as much as I used to, but last time I checked, this project was recommended by most people: https://github.com/polaris-/dwc_network_server_emulator/wikiWow, I was wondering if someone was working on something of that nature. This is the first I've heard of it.
Which brings me to my question of how do you figure out the checksum offsets for snes roms and go about changing them so your game runs correctly?As Mr. Denim implies, I think the only way to be sure is to look at the assembly code of the game. It is not necessarily a straightforward process.