|Links Awakening DX ASM||Jigglysaint||A list of offsets to code that affect various things in the game.||Game Specific||GB||The Legend of Zelda: Link's Awakening DX||2.0||Beg||25 Jun 2006|
|Links Awakening DX Hacking Document||Jigglysaint||A document on dungeon data, room pointer data, treasure chest locations, stair locations etc.||Game Specific||GB||The Legend of Zelda: Link's Awakening DX||2.0||Beg||01 Jan 2002|
|Lo/HiROM Convert||D||PHP function to convert a SNES HiROM address to LoROM or LoROM address to HiROM.||Source Code||SNES||N/A||2.0||Beg||03 Jul 2006|
|Locating graphics with VBA-SDL-H||Labmaster||An example of how to use breakpoints with a debugger (VBA-SDL-H) to locate graphics data in a GBA ROM. Target is the title screen logo for The Legend of Zelda, The Minish Cap.||Graphics Hacking||GBA||The Legend of Zelda: The Minish Cap||1.0||Int||24 Feb 2006|
|Lode Runner Level Format||Disch||Compression and storage format of Lode Runner levels outlined in detail.||Game Specific||NES||Lode Runner||1.1||Int||31 Jan 2008|
|Lost Woods & Lost Hills Hacking||Dr. Floppy||Comprehensive guide to altering the special sequences of the Lost Woods and Lost Hills in The Legend of Zelda.||Game Specific||NES||The Legend of Zelda||1.0||Beg||17 Jun 2009|
|Lufia & The Fortress of Doom SRAM Guide||Vegetaman||This is a guide to the SRAM locations for Lufia & The Fortress of Doom, as well as some extra information on how to decipher what Item and Magic Spell a certain hex value means – as well as a brief explanation on binary and hexadecimal numbers.||Game Specific||SNES||Lufia & the Fortress of Doom||1.0||Int||01 Jan 2011|
|Lufia II Documents||Relnqshd||This is a zipped file with many text documents with many data on Lufia II, such as monsters, items, capsule monsters and subroutines. There are documents on the game’s offsets and general info such as how is critical damage calculated.||Game Specific||SNES||Lufia II: Rise of the Sinistrals||1.0||Int||27 Apr 2007|
|Lunar Address C# Library||FCandChill||This includes non-UI assets from the incomplete Lunar Address C# port. Think of it as a code library you can use in your programs, as long as you abide by the GPL3 license.
Originally, when FCandChill was reverse engineering [url=https://www.romha….||Source Code||SNES||N/A||7034093||Beg||01 Apr 2021|
|Lunar Magic Class 3 - Overworld Editing||Lordlazer||A description on how to set up in game events such as path uncovering in Super Mario World using the Lunar Magic editor.||Game Specific||SNES||Super Mario World||1.0||Beg||09 Dec 2002|
|Lz_comp2||Haruhiko Okumura||A very old (ca. 1989) package including a document explaining various compression algorithms (LZSS, LZW, Huffman, LZARI, LZHUF) and the standard ANSI C source code to various (de)compression utilities implementing the described algorithms (LZARI, LZH….||Source Code||Multiple||N/A||2.0||Adv||10 Apr 1989|
|Mac Hack||O_manko||How to get started if you want to hack using a Mac.||Miscellaneous||N/A||N/A||1.0||Beg||21 Jul 2007|
|Magician Source Code||Chris Shrigley||Magician is a game programmed by Eurocom and is a action RPG. The source code was donated by the owner, Chris Shrigley.
This package requires the PDS software and hardware development kit to assemble. Other options include manually converting the ….||Source Code||NES||Magician||1.0||Beg||02 Feb 1990|
|Mario's Picross Level Data||Killa B||Information on the Mario’s Picross level format.||Game Specific||GB||Mario's Picross||1.0||Beg||25 Nov 2009|
|Medabots AX/Medarot G: Streamed music locations||Rocket Robz||This contains the hex locations and length of both the intro and title screen music, as well as info on how to import them into apps such as Audacity.||Audio Hacking||GBA||Medabots AX: Metabee Version||1.0||Beg||12 Jan 2021|
|Medabots/Medarot 2 Core: Streamed music locations||Rocket Robz||This contains the hex locations and length of both the intro and title screen music, as well as info on how to import them into apps such as Audacity.||Audio Hacking||GBA||Medabots: Metabee Version||1.0||Beg||12 Jan 2021|
|Mega Man 4 Sound Engine Disassembly||Matrixz||This 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….||Assembly||NES||Mega Man 4||1.0||Adv||14 Jan 2013|
|Mega Man 6 Enemy IDs||Vagla||Mega Man 6 Enemy IDs document on every single ID from 00 to FF.||Miscellaneous||NES||Mega Man 6||1.0||Beg||21 May 2003|
|Mega Man Disassembly||Bisqwit||A disassembly of Mega Man. Banks 5,6, and 7 are included. This includes the main logic but no sound, music or graphics.||Game Specific||NES||Mega Man||1.0||Adv||19 Sep 2010|
|Mega Man II Sound Disassembly||Bisqwit||Reassembleable commented music/sound disassembly of Mega Man 2. Everything is in bank 12 (0C).
This file can be assembled into IPS or O65 using Nescom and then reinserted into the ROM with a tool….||Game Specific||NES||Mega Man 2||1.0||Adv||27 Sep 2010|