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ROM/ISO Table Finder

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Description:

ROM/ISO Table Finder. This program will try to find tables inside of your ROM/ISO file. Examples of tables it can find: Prices of items for sale, weapon damage amounts, armor defense amounts, enemy HP amounts, etc. In short, if you know the value for something you’re looking for, and you can see in the game if that value has changed, then this program may be able to find it for you.

Features:

  • Will work on most systems, including: Genesis, 32x, Sega CD, Saturn, PlayStation 1, PlayStation 2, NES, SNES, N64, Game Cube, Wii, and many others.
  • Lets you select which type of searching you want it to do: 16 or 32 bit, and big or little endian.
  • You can adjust the ROM/ISO address where it starts searching from. This is useful for systems that use the beginning of the ROM/ISO for a header, boot section, etc.
  • Has a button that lets you dump all of the ROM/ISO address info into a text file, which includes the name of the game, the value you searched for, all of the ROM/ISO addresses it found, as well as their corresponding numbers (used to determine which is the correct address).
  • Quick explanation on how it works: In the screenshot above, it searched for the price of the 450cc Banzai Sport in Road Rash for PlayStation. That bike cost $4495 in the bike shop, so 4495 was entered as the value to search for. Click the Search button and it comes back with 3 possible ROM/ISO addresses. Click the Patch button, then go play the newly created copy of the Road Rash ROM/ISO and you’ll see that the price of the 450cc Banzai Sport is now $1, instead of $4495. This confirms that it was ROM/ISO address #1 that changed it to $1. Let’s say that the price of the bike was $3 instead of $1, that confirms it was address number 3 that was the correct one. In this case, address 0×9C620 is the actual start of the price table for all the bikes in the game.
  • Includes a Readme.txt, as well as a folder with screenshots explaining how to use the program.

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Not a bad tooldrakula191229 Oct 20211.0Yes