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Porco Rosso Enhanced Edition is now out!
03 November 2020 8:41AM EST - Update by Supergamerguy
Version 2.0 (the Enhanced Edition) adds all new large images/art, including a brand new title screen, powerup screen, password screen, and ending screen, all with beautiful and detailed designs created by CryinOnion! Text has also been refined a bit to look better on screen and fit even closer to the atmosphere. Hope you guys enjoy this new, improved version!
What Lies Within?
01 November 2020 12:39AM EST - Update by chillyfeez
40 years after the events of Final Fantasy IV, The Blue Planet is in a time of international peace.
The power of the crystals has faded since the departure of the second moon, and mankind is learning to establish a society based on its own skill an ingenuity. Without the Water Crystal and its connection to the moon, the world’s black mages experienced a surprising loss of power, until a renowned sorcerer discovered discovered the means to draw power from the True Moon. Without the Air Crystal, and since the passing of Cid Pollendina, airship travel has become untenable, yet a young engineer toils late at night by candlelight in pursuit of new solutions. With the loss of the Fire Crystal, the hovercraft has become nonfunctional, thus stifling international relations between Damcyan and the surrounding nations. Still, the desert kingdom has become a notable tourist destination, having cultivated appreciation of the arts, and having developed a new drink that is gaining international popularity. As the Earth Crystal’s power faded, so did the world’s chocobo sanctuaries. Frightened and threatened, the chocobos now run wild with monsters… except those found and rescued by an emerging group of caring rangers.
In spite of how difficult travel has become the world has turned to ocean travel, and seaports have emerged to connect the nations. By sea travel, mankind has managed to continue international communication and cooperation. At the heart of all this is the kingdom of Eblan. King Edge, the visionary maverick, has repurposed his country’s proclivity in ninjutsu in order to help keep peace between nations - and earn plenty of money for Eblan - with the Royal Eblana Mercenary Army (REMA). Quick, powerful and discrete, these highly trained warriors travel the world to provide defense and aid to those in need - for a price, of course. In this pursuit, a young ninja named Furio has come of age and is completing his training. He shows great promise, as well he should - he is the son of none other than Edge himself! Along with his notable skill, however, Furio has inherited his father’s attitude, and is still learning to control his impulses.
Our story opens on Furio as he completes his training and receives his first official mission: to quell a monster uprising in the nearby village of Agart. But could this seemingly routine assignment carry implications of a darker, more sinister force at play?
Final Fantasy II: A Threat from Within is an all-new chapter in the world of Final Fantasy IV (FFIIUS) - and a project many years in the making. Using the engine of FFIIUS as a base, an entirely new game has been created, starring a cast of characters ranging from familiar to brand new, and spanning locations as yet unexplored in addition to those that will feel like a return home. For those who have played Final Fantasy IV, the gameplay will feel like a familiar experience, but many new elements have been introduced, including:
- All new story
- All new characters with new battle abilities
- Enhancements to existing abilities, including weapons that cast spells with the Fight command, ninja scrolls available with the Throw command, unique rare item steals from boss monsters, upgrades to the White magic spell set - white mages aren’t just for curing anymore, an improved selection of Twincast spells available to a certain duo of wizards, and a vastly improved Salve for bards, repositioning them as extremely valuable allies in combat
- notable improvements to equipment selection, and a weapon/armor information screen to help the player understand them
- Hirable mercenary characters, offering a notable variety of gameplay experience
- “Epic Choices,” decisions the player can make during the course of the game to affect how events progress
- A “Cache” system of item storage, which mitigates the limitations of FFIV’s inventory management
- Chocobo hunting on the field, allowing the player to ride a chocobo when one is successfully caught
- Chocobo time trials, a minigame with progressive rewards
- A fully functional ATB meter, which can be toggled from the menu or during battle
- Limit skills, which offer each character an extra ability that can be the difference maker in tough situations
- And much, much more!
This is Part 1 of (probably) 4. A full playthrough will take anywhere from 4 to 10 hours, depending on the player’s tendency to tackle sidequests and enjoy the scenery.
Give it a try! If you are a fan of SNES-era Final Fantasy, you will not be disappointed. Discussion topics are available on the RHDN forum as well as on discord (see RHDN discussion for the link).
Pokemon Factory Adventure - A new hack of Pokemon Red
31 October 2020 10:01AM EST - Update by Camerupt
The year is 199X. Several months after becoming champion of the Kanto Region, Red is called back by Blue to help on a secret mystery-solving mission! In Red’s absence the Kanto region has been overtaken by a strange mist that mutates Pokemon into shocking new forms, and the military has instated a lockdown! Are you a bad enough detective to discover the origin of the mutations and save Kanto?
This hack is based on a fansite some older Pokemon fans may remember from the late 90s called “The Pokemon Factory”. On it, fans (presumably kids) would email in their ideas for new Pokemon to the site’s artists who would make sprites and Pokedex entries of them to be displayed. These Pokedex mockups have made the rounds on the internet in the years since, with some even gaining notoriety as “Pokegods”.
A new hack by Cam, please enjoy everyone. Happy Halloween!
Dr. Garfield now available
29 October 2020 9:18AM EST - Update by pangenttech
Dr. Garfield stars Jim Davis’ famous comic strip cat, in the familiar Tetris-like well puzzler. Throw pills into the bottle to cure a sick bulldog, with the help of Liz the veterinarian.
Dr. Garfield became something of an urban legend after Youtube videos by Signal and Noise and horror animator LumpyTouch, which explored the leaked assets.
Built on Nintendo’s 1990 “Virus” prototype, this release from Pangent Technologies includes most (although not all) of the game’s intended functionality as seen in those videos, including new graphics, title screen and menu built with the assistance of Kasumi.
Perhaps a future release will be even better?
“Three kinds of ugly, nasty viruses are on the loose. But these germs are fun to catch. Garfield throws multi-colored vitamin capsules into the bottle. You can move, shift or spin the capsules as they fall. Arrange them to align with other capsules on top of the virus. If you can get 4 or more of the same color in a row, POOF! The viruses disappear! Destroy all the viruses in the bottle and you progress to the next round, where things get even more difficult. Play alone or enjoy simultaneous 2-player action, only on your Nintendo Entertainment System.
Dr. Garfield—the fun is contagious!”
28 October 2020 12:28PM EST - Update by CryinOnion
Kinnikuman DX Edition has been reborn as Dreammatch! After the remarkable graphic improvements of the previous versions, it’s time for refinement: Now, compatibility with virtually all existing versions of this game is added + some fun and interesting features that you can find in the link of the project, or in the README file that accompanies the download. Check it out!
PS Here are some covers created specifically for this hack.
Sonic Improvement Vol.2 updated
26 October 2020 8:53AM EST - Update by sics
The latest update to Sonic Improvement Vol.2 for NES is now ready, and incorporates a stunning new title screen based on the Megadrive version, which takes the console’s graphics capabilities to the limit.
In addition, more bugs are fixed and work continues to improve the mechanics of the game, starting with editing some rules in various jump states, which although not yet ideal, let you see the great improvement potential that this game has to offer yet.
Presenting a Brand New Translation of Princess Tomato for the NES
22 October 2020 8:27AM EST - Update by Pennywise
Many years ago Pennywise had asked Eien ni Hen if there was any game in particular that she would like to translate. Much to the surprise of Pennywise, Princess Tomato in the Salad Kingdom was her choice. It was a game she felt that the official translation didn’t nearly do the game justice for a variety of reasons including a lack of charm and censorship. So the project began in earnest. After the script was translated, the project stalled out and lay dormant for several years. It wasn’t until recently that the project was picked up again and finally finished. This wouldn’t have been possible without the help of many people that the team would like to thank.
The game was officially translated, but this translation should be far superior and features a top-notch script that’s bubbling with so much charm and humor. Regardless if anyone has played the game, they’re in for a whole new experience.
A translated manual is also included with the translation.
There is an ImPacster Among Us...
20 October 2020 7:51AM EST - Update by Supergamerguy
It’s safe to say your chances of getting Imposter in this hack are 100%! In this hack of Mrs. Pac-Man for NES, you need to dodge the crewmates in various locations around The Skeld in order to avoid being ejected and surviving to win the round! This hack takes place in a wide array of areas inside the spaceship, including Cafeteria, Reactor, Electrical, Security, Medbay, Weapons, Navigation, Upper Engine, and finally Cafeteria again! You can also pick up helpful items for more points, like various hats and pets along the way. Don’t forget to use the vents on the sides of the map and collect the Kill Buttons to turn the Crewmates into vulnerable dead bodies (complete with cartoonish bone sticking out of the center).
And not only do you have the chance to play as the Imposter, you can grab a friend to play with you and form an unbreakable sinister team of Two Imposters as both of you play at the same time to thwart the Crewmate’s tasks! Hop into this hack for several rounds and see what danger the wonders of space has to offer….
Dragon Quest III Delocalized Has Arrived!
15 October 2020 8:53AM EST - Update by Chicken Knife
At long last, our retranslation / restoration project of Dragon Quest III for NES has been released. For anyone who wants to experience an uncensored version of the game that strives to capture the overall tone and thought-for-thought meaning of the original Japanese text, this is for you.
Other features include:
- Restoration of Japanese difficulty
- Fixed parry / cancel bug
- Fixed spell learning bug
- Restoration of censored tile maps
- Restoration of crosses, graves and shrines
- Restored character sprites
- Various other miscellaneous fixes
A new Megaman 1 hack is out, now bug free!
14 October 2020 8:32AM EST - Update by Timaeus
After months, and with the help of the forum, the project is completed and ready for the public. It is called Megaman 1 - The New Lands. The goal with this hack is to bring something new, something enjoyable but still with a good flavor of challenge.
Almost everything is edited from the original game, including nerfs on some of the most annoying enemies in the game, new damage tables, faster shooting, removal of knockback after getting damaged and the deceleration after stopping pressing left or right. Not only that, but it features original graphics and sprites.
That being said, apologizes for the bugs that the 1.0 version had. They are fully fixed now and a few sections were nerfed to be less frustrating.
Constructive Feedback is very welcome.