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

Mario Kart 64 CPUs use human items including shells AFF Challenge Mega Man II Music Improvement Mega Man X2 Relocalization

Newest Homebrew

Rex Run for Game Boy DeadlyNeuroEf Circle Boy Nova the Squirrel

Featured Hack Images

Enemy Lifebar Hello Kitty World NES Translated Zelda3 PuzzleDudes Quest Schmuck Fu

Featured Translation Images

Yume Penguin Monogatari Megami Tensei Gaiden: Last Bible II Daikaijuu Monogatari Grandia II

Recent Updates

  • Hacks
    Removed screenshot
  • Hacks
    Removed changes like level tables and treasure chest content as they are outside the scope of this patch.
  • Hacks
    Update: this hack was 3 mistakes, all fixed. One of them Mario is killed in the first fortress of World 8 and you wouldn't continue with the game. The other was on the map of the World 3, with a mushroom house. The last one will facilitate your gameplay on the map of the World 3. Sorry for the problems!!!
  • Translations
    V1.2: Fixed level selection.

UglyJoe

English

Description:

Heya, you can call me Ugly Joe. I use ROM hacking mostly as an excuse to play Japanese NES games and fiddle with 6502 assembly code. This usually involves dumping scripts from games and finding ways of fitting the translated text back into the ROM (which, of course, never happens because no one bothers to translate games anymore now that all of Square’s RPGs have been done).

The wonderful thing about ROM hacking and learning so much about the NES hardware is that it is so completely and utterly useless. I can think of no real reason to bother doing this, and yet I, and others, bother to do it. Kinda funny, really.

Questions, comments, death threats, etc. can be sent to uglyjoe@ximwix.net.

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1 Utility
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FCEUXDSP CENESN/A

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