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New EarthBound Hack: The Rat Race

27 September 2011 9:54PM EST - Update by The Author

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I am pleased to announce the public release of The Rat Race, a subtle hack of EarthBound which restores a great many censored elements from the original Mother 2 while altering and switching some of the major characters to make it a different story from the original.

The best way to describe this game, in my opinion, is as a kind of applied fan fiction; while literary EarthBound fan fiction abounds and several game hacks as well, I’ve not seen these concepts combined until now. Where EarthBound is a rather satirical look at modern life in the West (especially in the USA), The Rat Race is a similar story told from the point of view of those being satirized.

In any event, anyone who’s played EarthBound should find the settings and story of The Rat Race both familiar and strange much as the characters in the original Star Trek found their mirror universe to be in the “Mirror, Mirror” episode, albeit (I hope) not so much more evil. Enjoy!

(Now that I think of it, however, exploring an evil mirror universe of EarthBound might be a story worth pursuing. If anyone here has the interest and know-how to make that game, feel free.)

Grandia: Parallel Trippers (GBC) English Patch Complete!

26 September 2011 3:47PM EST - Update by MrFwibbles

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It’s been a long time coming, but Mr Fwibbles has returned as part of a brand new group called “Adventurous Translations” to finally bring us the 100% complete version of his English translation patch for the Game Boy Color RPG, Grandia: Parallel Trippers! There are NO known errors. It wasn’t a simple project, either - more information and screenshots in the zip.

Finished Mario Party Spanish translation

23 September 2011 10:56AM EST - Update by PacoChan

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A Spanish translation of the first Mario Party for N64, the only one that wasn’t translated into Spanish, has been released! All the text is translated along with some of the graphics. It is also compatible with the European version of the game. The patcher supports both v64 and z64 versions. A video is available on the website.

New Hacks Added to the Database

18 September 2011 9:23AM EST - Update by RHDNBot

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Final Fantasy Zz (Hard Type) Released

10 September 2011 12:23AM EST - Update by zzonkmiles

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I am happy to announce the official release of Final Fantasy Zz, a hard-type hack of the original Final Fantasy for the NES! Final Fantasy Zz includes both bugfixes and enhancements that will make this hack more fun and more challenging to play than the original.

Some of the enhancements include the ability to see the contents of a treasure chest without having to drop something if your inventory is full, the ability to buy 9 items at a time, new and more powerful magic spells, slightly remapped dungeons, new enemy formations and AI, improved and rebalanced classes, new equipment, and the ability to dash by holding the B button. Some of the bugfixes include fixing the INT bug for magic, fixing broken magic spells like TMPR and SLEP, fixing some cosmetic bugs, and fixing the multiple level-up bug.

This hack is recommended for people who are very experienced with the original Final Fantasy. There aren’t any cheap enemy encounters, such as Iron Golems in the Earth Cave, but if you are not careful, any battle could be your last.

This is a great hack that has taken almost four years to develop. Give Final Fantasy Zz a try! Good luck! (You’ll need it!)

New Documents Added to the Database

07 September 2011 11:30PM EST - Update by RHDNBot

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New Documents Added to the Database

03 September 2011 3:32PM EST - Update by RHDNBot

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New Utilities Added to the Database

01 September 2011 2:44AM EST - Update by RHDNBot

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New Documents Added to the Database

01 September 2011 2:44AM EST - Update by RHDNBot

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Maten Douji Translation Released

26 August 2011 11:17PM EST - Update by Pennywise

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Today I have released a translation for Maten Douji. I am extremely satisfied with how the hacking turned out for this project and I implore all of you to spend an afternoon to enjoy this wonderful game splendidly hacked by me and beautifully translated by Eien ni Hen.