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Searching for Alpha tester for NDS- Ace Attorney US
« on: February 11, 2011, 11:09:59 pm »
Hi everybody,
I am searching for people that want to play/replay the first Phoenix Write game in the NDS version.
For people that didn't follow my "adventure" with the Phoenix Write Script Editor, can check my site:
http://auryn.20m.com/

This alpha test is to see if I successfully can reinsert all script in the game with PWSE and everything still work fine.
The ips i will send to the people interested will not change the contenet of the game in anyway, it's just a "custom game with original content" created with PWSE.

Newbies and new player of the series are welcome too because i think that, if there will be a problem with the game, it will be VERY clear to see (crash, wrong backgrounds, repetition or incomplete text or glitches).

Who is interested, can let a message here.

If the alpha test will be successfull, who is interested in a translation in any language can then get the necessary info's in how to do that from me.

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Re: Searching for Alpha tester for NDS- Ace Attorney US
« Reply #1 on: February 13, 2011, 05:03:53 am »
Hi everybody,
I am searching for people that want to play/replay the first Phoenix Write game in the NDS version.
For people that didn't follow my "adventure" with the Phoenix Write Script Editor, can check my site:
http://auryn.20m.com/

This alpha test is to see if I successfully can reinsert all script in the game with PWSE and everything still work fine.
The ips i will send to the people interested will not change the contenet of the game in anyway, it's just a "custom game with original content" created with PWSE.

Newbies and new player of the series are welcome too because i think that, if there will be a problem with the game, it will be VERY clear to see (crash, wrong backgrounds, repetition or incomplete text or glitches).

Who is interested, can let a message here.

If the alpha test will be successfull, who is interested in a translation in any language can then get the necessary info's in how to do that from me.


Hmm, I will if you like,
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Re: Searching for Alpha tester for NDS- Ace Attorney US
« Reply #2 on: February 13, 2011, 08:30:40 am »
Thanks Hayden, I will be away some day from today on but before the end of next week i will send u the IPS with details.

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Re: Searching for Alpha tester for NDS- Ace Attorney US
« Reply #3 on: February 13, 2011, 03:13:06 pm »
Protip: IPS patches + DS games = bad idea.

Use xdelta if you can. Reassembling a DS ROM moves data around, which isn't friendly to the IPS format. Plus, DS games tend to be on the large size. If PW:AA is 16MB or less, good for you. Otherwise, you'll have to use a different format.
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Re: Searching for Alpha tester for NDS- Ace Attorney US
« Reply #4 on: February 13, 2011, 03:27:14 pm »
A quick search says the compressed ROM, when 7zipped, is 37 megs. I'm guessing it's 64 megs when uncompressed. No way will IPS work on it.
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Re: Searching for Alpha tester for NDS- Ace Attorney US
« Reply #5 on: February 15, 2011, 07:52:21 pm »
Thanks for the info... I forgot about the limitations of IPS and actually just wrote it at the place of "patch" :p