Newest Hacks

Unsightly Pixel Mario Kart 64 CPUs use human items including shells SMB3 RELOADED Super Metroid

Newest Translations

Breath of Fire Star Soldier Star Force Seiken Acho

Newest Utilities

BARF! Tilemap Studio Lightweight Checksum Calculator Valhalla

Newest Reviews

Mega Man II Music Improvement Mega Man X2 Relocalization SMB3 RELOADED MegaMari

Newest Homebrew

Rex Run for Game Boy DeadlyNeuroEf Circle Boy Nova the Squirrel

Featured Hack Images

Lufia II Fixxxer Deluxe Crocomire Demo F-Zero - Geliefert Mario & Luigi: Kola Kingdom Quest

Featured Translation Images

Nekketsu Oyako DoReMi Fantasy: Milon no DokiDoki Daibouken Nanashi no Game: Me Namco Classic II

Recent Updates

  • Translations
    V1.2: Fixed level selection.
  • Translations
    Updated readme (removed mention of real hardware compatibility as the original patch already was compatible)
  • Hacks
    -Reverted the starting continues from 4 back to 3. -Goomba and Koopa heads are now pasted over Galsia and Donovan. -Inserted A.J. Nitro, Ridge Troopa and Yawackhary's names in the ending credits. -Inserted Dcat and Monfriez's names in the ending credits. -Lengthened Peach's Defense Special Animation by 8 frames. -Updated a few enemy palettes. -Edited which enemies appear in Survival Mode. -Peach's Pipe/Sword attack can now hit from behind. -Made modifications to enemy groups. -Changed Hakuyo to Garnet (as in Streets of Rage 2: Girls' Paradise). -Changed Electra's Jump Kick voice clip. -Changed Shiva to Karai from TMNT: Tournament Fighters (Genesis). -Edited the intro text. -The apple is now a pizza. -Changed Fog (Biker) to a Foot Soldier. -Can break out of back grabs at the press of attack. -Bowser now does an uppercut during his melee attack to make it work better as an anti-air. -Inserted block voice clip.
  • Games
    Replacing washed-out title screen image with higher quality screen capture
Documents
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Title AscendingAuthorDescriptionCategoryPlatformGameVerLevelDate
Gameboy Z80 Instruction SetMarc RawerThis is a list of the Gameboy Z80 instruction set.AssemblyGBN/A1.0Int27 Mar 1998
Gamecube DSPDuddieA description of the byte code that the GameCube DSP processor uses.AssemblyGCN/A0.0.4Adv12 May 2005
Golden Sun Text Compression WorkaroundLabmasterThis document describes how the text compression system in Golden Sun can be circumvented using simple assembly techniques.AssemblyGBAGolden Sun2.0Int27 Apr 2006
Gradius 3 disassembly of bank $00 and $02[J]Complete disassembly of Bank $00 and $02. Only bank $00 and $02 has assembly.AssemblySNESGradius III1.0Int12 Jan 2019
Grog’s Guide to DMA and HDMA on the SNESGrogThis guide explains DMA on the SNES and gives an example of how to use it. A few details are incorrect.
  • ROM-RAM example uses the wrong DMA mode.
  • Incorrect phrase: “you can actually use one HDMA transfer over multiple frames….
AssemblySNESN/A1.0Int01 Jan 2001
Guide to Cycle Counting on the Atari 2600Nick BensemaYou need every advantage when hacking and/or programming Atari 2600 games. Cycle counting is a necessary technique to master and this guide shows you how.Assembly2600N/A0.5aAdv17 Jul 1996
Homebrew Handbook for SNESGrogThis guide goes over the basics of coding 65816 assembly for the SNES. Only the Introduction and first chapter are complete.AssemblySNESN/A1.0Adv27 Feb 2006
How to Disassemble 8K Games with DiStellaThomas JentzschThis document is a guide on how to disassemble 8KB sized games with the DiStella disassembler.Assembly2600N/A1.0Int13 Feb 2002
How to find & edit enemy health with FCEUXDbbitmasterbbitmaster explains how to locate and edit enemy health in almost any game with FCEUXD. Hackers will apply this knowledge on Ninja Gaiden 1. (Applies equally to FCEUXD SP debugging)AssemblyNESNinja Gaiden1.0Int14 May 2008
Introduction to Reverse Engineering WIN32 ApplicationstrewThis paper will introduced the reader to many concepts and tools essential to understanding and controlling native WIN32 applications through the eyes of Windows Debugger (WinDBG). Throughout, WinMine will be utilized as a vehicle to deliver and demo….AssemblyPCN/A1.0Beg01 Oct 2007
Knuckles' Chaotix Disassembly & ToolkitSonic RetroThis is a Knuckles’ Chaotix disassembly and toolset. DISCLAIMER: Any and all content presented in this repository is presented for informational and educational purposes only. Commercial usage is expressly prohibited. Sonic Retro claims no ….Assembly32XKnuckles' Chaotix1.0Int06 Dec 2013
Mega Man 4 Sound Engine DisassemblyMatrixzThis is a commented disassembly of the Mega Man 4 sound playback engine. It does not include any disassembly of sound data. The engine is also used in Mega Man 3, 5 and 6 and most NES Capcom games released after 1990. The disassembly can be re-assemb….AssemblyNESMega Man 41.0Adv14 Jan 2013
Megaman 2 Sound Engine DocumentinfidelityHere is a document for Mega Man II which lists the addresses in the ROM where all the sound effects can be located and how the sound engine works within the ROM.AssemblyNESMega Man 21.0Int08 Sep 2008
MOS MCS 6500 Microcomputer Family Programming ManualOEMThe MOS MCS 6500 Microcomputer Family Programming Manual is part of the KIM-1 hardware development kit. This document applies to all the 65xx CPUs with slight variations, such as the 6502 in the NES, 6510 in the C-64, 6507 in the Atari 2600, the list….AssemblyMultipleN/A1.0Int01 Jan 1976
N64 Documentation KitOEMThis documentation kit has an introductory section and a N64 functions reference manual. This kit is more geared towards experienced C programmers.AssemblyN64N/A1.0Adv08 Sep 2010
N64 Opcodes ListanarkoThis is an detailed list of the N64 op-codes, very valuable to N64 emulator authors. It has basically a reference of most, if not all, of the op-codes that games use. I merged the files in the .zip into one, for easy viewing.AssemblyN64N/A0.3Adv19 Feb 1998
NES Palette hacking: The Fast wayTFGA simple guide to finding NES palettes using a 6502 debugging capable emulator.AssemblyNESN/A1.0Int11 Dec 2005
NES Rom ExpansionKingMike's TranslationsA document describing how one would go about expanding NES ROMs.AssemblyNESN/A1.0Adv05 Feb 2008
NES Rom Expansion 101TFGA nice guide to expanding NES ROMs using mapper 0 as a hands on example and offering notes on how you might handle some other mappers.AssemblyNESN/A1.0Int13 Jun 2007
NES Rom Expansion 102TFGTFG finishes his two-part explanation of NES rom expansion basics with a real world application on the game Dig Dug.AssemblyNESN/A1.0Adv20 Oct 2004
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