|SMB Utility FAQ||AP||It’s a FAQ for SMB Utility for newbie’s who don’t know how to use the editor.||Game Specific||NES||Super Mario Bros.||1.0||Beg||11 Oct 2007|
|smb2jdis||doppelganger||A comprehensive disassembly of the program files of Super Mario Bros. 2 from Japan.||Source Code||FDS||Super Mario Bros. 2||1.0||Int||20 Apr 2013|
|SMB3 - Custom Boss Battle Levels||Blue Finch||Create custom boss battle levels in SMB3.
How? Using unused stock levels, we will modify a few things, then the level will be treated as a Hammer Bro level. That means that once the enemies are dead, the treasure chest appears.
Why do something….||Game Specific||NES||Super Mario Bros. 3||1.4||Int||25 Feb 2019|
|SMB3 Enemy Document (Organized)||Blue Finch||If you’ve ever been frustrated trying to find the right cheep-cheep, koopa, or other enemy in the SMB3 Workshop bank, then this document will help you.
Neatly arranged by their groups, and o….||Game Specific||NES||Super Mario Bros. 3||1.2||Beg||28 Jul 2018|
|SMB3 Level and Pointer Data||Quick Curly||This document is for the NES version of SMB3. It basically explains how to change the data of the level pointers so that you can make Mario go to any level you want from any level you want. This document provides you visually easy-to-understand data…..||Game Specific||NES||Super Mario Bros. 3||1.0||Beg||27 Aug 2008|
|SMB3 Level Data||insectduel||This document will tell you all you need to know to edit Super Mario 3 data in Super Mario All-Stars.||Game Specific||SNES||Super Mario All-Stars||1.0||Int||15 Apr 2006|
|SMB3 Object Data & Enemy Data Orders||Quick Curly||This document is for Super Mario Bros. 3 for the NES.
There is nothing really “new” in this document. I made it to organize the enemy data and object data as it appears in the SMB3 ROM. This is useful if you intend to expand the enemy da….||Game Specific||NES||Super Mario Bros. 3||1.0||Beg||25 Feb 2009|
|SMB3 — Beyond Pipes||Blue Finch||Super Mario Bros 3 hackers now have a stable and relatively easy method of creating alternate paths and secret exits to different paths in their overworld maps, with the help of this document.
Using unused pipe-sets in the game, the maker will sim….||Game Specific||NES||Super Mario Bros. 3||1.0||Int||31 Jul 2018|
|SMBDis||doppelganger||A comprehensive disassembly of the program ROM of Super Mario Bros.||Source Code||NES||Super Mario Bros.||2.1||Int||26 Jan 2015|
|SNES and GB sprite storage formats||Piken||This document covers several different storage formats for GB and SNES graphics.||Graphics Hacking||Multiple||N/A||0.0||Int||28 May 1998|
|SNES Cart Hacking Info||Siudym||This is an extremely detailed technical document of SNES cartridge pinouts.||Hardware Info.||SNES||N/A||1.0||Adv||01 Jan 2001|
|SNES Chip Labels||Piken||A document outlining the actual chip markings found on the SNES circuit board. Also has chip information for various special chip cart games with the SuperFX, DSP, SA-1 and other chips. Very useful to help obtain chip data sheets and other informatio….||Hardware Info.||SNES||Multiple Games||2004-04-04||Adv||04 Apr 2004|
|SNES CPU||Randall Hyde||This is an extremely detailed technical document of the SNES 65c816 processor. It is a customized 16 bit processor made for the SNES. It operates in both 16- (Native) and 8-bit (Emulation) modes. The 8-bit emulation mode is 100% compatible with the 6….||Hardware Info.||SNES||N/A||1.0||Adv||11 Mar 1998|
|SNES Developer Manual||OEM||This is heck of an SNES technical reference document. With over 800+ pages of information covering most aspects of the SNES including CPU, APU, DSP,SA-1, SFX, Super Scope, SNES mouse, multi-tap, and more, this document is a treasure!||Hardware Info.||SNES||N/A||1.0||Int||14 Jun 2005|
|SNES Doc||Y0SHi||The greatest Super Nintendo documentation in its day, but newer docs have more information.||Hardware Info.||SNES||N/A||2.30||Beg||28 Dec 1994|
|SNES FastROM Information||Paul||This document provides information on the SNES’s FastROM mode, which allows a speed increase of around 33%.||Hardware Info.||SNES||N/A||1.0||Adv||16 Feb 1994|
|SNES Graphics||Starr||These documents tells all about the SNES graphics array. It is what sets the SNES apart from all the 16 bit systems. It consists of four overlapping backgrounds that can scroll by themselves in any direction. It runs on 256 colors (Or 15 bit colors f….||Hardware Info.||SNES||N/A||1.0||Adv||04 Oct 1997|
|SNES Initialization Source Code||Nintendo||Here is some examples code to initialize the SNES from scratch and write some text to the screen.||Source Code||SNES||N/A||1.0||Int||19 Jun 2011|
|SNES Kart||DiskDude||In depth detail on the actual cartridge layout. Not really “the most complete [or accurate] guide to a SNES cartridge worldwide” though.||Hardware Info.||SNES||N/A||1.6||Int||01 Jan 1997|
|SNES Kart (HTML)||DiskDude||In depth detail on the actual cartridge layout. Not really “the most complete [or accurate] guide to a SNES cartridge worldwide” though.||Hardware Info.||SNES||N/A||1.6||Int||01 Jan 1996|