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Atari Pitfall! for SNES

03 January 2022 10:38AM EST - Update by Nokia3310

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Did you know that a port of the original Pitfall! for the Atari 2600 was included as a hidden game in Pitfall: The Mayan Adventure? Do you want to play that hidden port as a standalone Super Nintendo game that works on real hardware or an emulator? If the answer to that last question is ‘yes!’ then you are in luck. This patch does just that.

The hidden game was previously only accessible using a cheat code or finding a secret portal in the game to play it. This patch removes the 16 bit sequel entirely from the game experience and is the product of a non-programmer spending weeks poking around in a hex-editor. The end result is achieved by changing only two bites of the original code.

Pitfall! was undoubtedly one of the biggest landmarks on the Atari 2600. Programmed by David Crane 40 years ago, it spent 64 weeks at number 1 on the best seller list, sold 4 million copies and is notable for its influence on home console platform games that came after.

Until recently, this hidden version of Pitfall! was the only way of playing a Super Nintendo version of an Atari 2600 game. There are now other ways of playing Atari games on a SNES. Miniature Golf for 2600 has received a homebrew port. Also, ports that appeared on the original Atari Flashback console are now playable on a Super Nintendo.

For Super Nintendo fans with any attachment to the Atari era, these are all great things to have in your collection and Atari Pitfall! is a must-have.

Luigi's Mansion - First-Person Hack Now Available

01 January 2022 10:17AM EST - Update by Sky Bluigi

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Started back in late 2019, this unique hack for Luigi’s Mansion was completed last-minute to celebrate the 20th anniversary of the game, and is now available (after a few delays) to download off Romhacking.net.

Using special AR codes by Laser Crusader, Sky Bluigi has created a modification that puts a little twist on the classic Gamecube title, switching the game-play perspective to a first-person viewpoint; thereby making the experience all the more thrilling and immersive.

Several optimizations were made to the game to make it possible to explore all that the adventure has to offer, while staying directly in the shoes of Luigi. Examples include:

  • Reworked cut-scenes (where practical)
  • Modified movement (to keep Luigi more steady)
  • Disabling of a particular ‘item-pickup’ sequence
  • Adjustments/removal of certain object placements

Despite these measures, however, the creator has tried to keep the game just the same as it was… with a few tiny extras.

In addition to the above tweaks, a menu option to explore the Lab is also included, as well as a new HP cap of 70 health points for when you tackle the Hidden Mansion. And since you also no longer have your health restored after depositing ghosts, you can attempt a no-healing run, if you so desire.

Perhaps these new features don’t speak much to you; and that’s okay. Sky Bluigi is still learning the ropes of how to modify different things in the files, so he can’t do a whole lot yet. (In fact, this hack wouldn’t have been done if he hadn’t asked for help many times over from expert hackers of the game.)

And though this hack is impressive, it definitely has a few quirks in it, despite great efforts to maintain professional quality. Still, if you can get behind that, you should give this amateur project a try. It might be just what you need to get back to replaying this cult favorite for the umpteenth time. :)

Starfox now with FASTROM AND SuperFX 21.7mhz

23 December 2021 4:41PM EST - Update by kandowontu

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Just when you thought Starfox enhancements couldn’t get any better, FASTROM makes an appearance!

This patch activates the full speed of the SuperFX, from 10.7mhz to 21.4 mhz.

This patch also makes the game use FASTROM to push the CPU bottlenecks through just a bit faster.

A comparison video can be seen here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Cs8XRPgdW5Q

Credits to LivelyZephyrs for pushing to figure this out, and credits to everyone the Starfox Exploration Showcase discord for always supporting the projects and joining in for the fun! There’s too many of you to name!

'tis the season for Star Fox!

19 December 2021 7:23AM EST - Update by kandowontu

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‘Tis the season for Star Fox! This month brings you a few Star Fox patches.

For Star Fox, all of the different versions boosted up to 21mhz, the same SuperFX GPU speed as Star Fox 2!

A new patch also bring you Starfox with a Starfox 64 inspired HUD! http://www.romhacking.net/hacks/6402/

Finally, Star Fox 2 with all models converted into WIREFRAME meshes! http://www.romhacking.net/hacks/6411/

There is much, much more in store for next year, including a HUGE update for Star Fox Exploration Showcase.

Happy holidays, and happy New Year!

Zelda 1 Redux and Zelda 2 Redux projects are now completed!

14 December 2021 12:21PM EST - Update by ShadowOne333

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Commemorate the Zelda 35th Anniversary (and someone’s birthday) with redux versions of the NES Zelda titles that started it all!

Starting back in October, 2019 for Zelda 1 Redux, and March, 2018 for Zelda 2 Redux, both projects began their work as Quality of Life improvements for the original NES games. The main goal was to give both NES Zeldas a more enjoyable experience of playing through them.

Today, after many, many years in development since 2018 and 2019, and thanks to the incredible help of the Romhacking community and the incredible collaboration and work its members that helped with them, all the points and features that were once planned for both projects have now been completed!

Bugfixes, script rework, graphics modifications, gameplay tweaks, copy/save file systes, a great number of quality of life changes, and much, much more! Even better, if you don’t like certain features, or want to undo some of them, you can easily customize your experience and adjust the changes to your personal liking with a bunch of optional patches for each game!

Get the hacks here:

The Legend of Zelda Redux

Zelda 2 Redux

…and delve into the great beginnings of the Zelda franchise in the NES system once again with revamped versions of the originals!

New Hacks Added to the Database

08 December 2021 12:19PM EST - Update by RHDNBot

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This is an automated message generated by ROMhacking.net’s RHDNBot.

The following Hacks have been submitted and approved to the database (in submitted order oldest to newest):

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An All Out Fight'N Rage / Streets of Rage Crossover is Here!

27 November 2021 10:56AM EST - Update by eskayelle

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Welcome to the Fight’n Rage x Streets of Rage universe! The city has been attacked by an army of evil mutants, led by their mysterious leader “The Boss”. Three brave heroes have gathered to challenge him and clear the city of the dreaded mutants. But… do they really think it’ll be that easy?

From the mind of savok, the powerhouse behind the River City Girls… of Rage hack, comes his next big crossover, SOR2 Fight’N Rage. Play as Ricardo, F. Norris, or Gal in a universe sporting a full replacement of SOR2 baddies in favor of those from Fight’N Rage.

Additional features include:

  • Juggling is available for all players.
  • Players can recover from a hit by pressing the jump button upon landing (just as in SOR4).
  • The Offensive Special can be activated while running.
  • 6-Button gamepads are supported.
  • And so much more!

Not convinced yet? Check out the gameplay here.

Mario Party 3 StarStruck

26 November 2021 11:03AM EST - Update by Ok Impala!

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The first Mario Party 3 ROMhack arrives on Romhacking.net!

The Mario Party 3 hacking scene has created lots of fantastic custom boards over the last few years, using Party Planner 64. Breathing new live in this classic game with each new release!

Mario Party 3 StarStruck bundles six of the best, custom made, boards in one convenient package.

All credits go the original creators of these boards!

Features

6 new Mario Party 3 boards to play!

  • Star Summit
  • Animal Crossing
  • Paradise Isles
  • Rainbow Boulevard
  • Towering Treetop
  • TRG Land

A BRAND NEW Mega Man Adventure is HERE!

25 November 2021 10:08PM EST - Update by CousinCatnip

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Welcome to AV

Watch the TRAILER here:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SHuw1whor_I

Created by CousinCatnip

Additional Modding and Owl sprite by Menblock

This Hack includes:

  • New Level Design (All 16 Levels have been changed!)
  • New Boss AI/Attacks
  • New Enemies (and some old)
  • New Music Remixes
  • New Palletes (and some old)
  • New Story
  • New Weapons (and some old)
  • NO Autoscrollers
  • New Weaknesses
  • MEGAMANV Letters unlock a NEW upgrade
  • 3 Different Difficulty Settings: Normal (AV), 300 (Increase Speed + Air Dash), and ROB (300 + 1 HIT MODE)

STORY:

IN THE YEAR 202X AN ARMY OF ROMHACKERS HAVE RELEASED ROMHACKS TO TAKE OVER THE WORLD! BUT BEHIND THIS IS…

Armed with the G. BUSTER, help MEGA MAN take down the 8 MEME ROBOT MASTERS and CONQUER THE ROMHACKERS!

If you have been looking for a new Mega Man experience. THIS IS IT!

Download here: https://www.romhacking.net/hacks/6346/

Super Metroid: Ascent, descends on RHDN!

20 November 2021 7:25PM EST - Update by Ok Impala!

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One of the most popular Super Metroid hacks finally descends on RHDN!

Ascent is a full hack of Super Metroid. More Super Metroid with the same gameplay, but whole new level design, new visuals and even some new mechanics. It has approximately the same amount of rooms as the original game, but bigger rooms. The difficulty is harder than the original game, but not too much. The hack gameplay will focus on puzzles, exploration and challenges. The focus on puzzles is stronger than most hacks. However there is multiple ways to advance or solve a problem.

The main idea of this hack is like multiple small hacks put into one with a connected progression and world. So it’s more levels based (multiple zones). With map portions closing behind you at the end of the zone. You will see where it ends on the map in the game. Start at the Abyss of the planet and ascend your way up to the surface.

Will you be able to defeat the black parasites and reach the extraction point? Find out in ascent!

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