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Supervision 52-in-1 menu ROM disassembly

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Supervision 52-in-1 Menu ROM disassembly + Analysis of games

Only link to github availabile: https://github.com/chimaera66/Supervision-52-in-1-Menu-Disassemble

Included in this repository are a commented disassembly of the Supervision 52-in-1 menu ROM that will compile to a 1:1 copy of the menu ROM in ca65. Most parts are commented, but some are not. Mostly because of my lack of understanding NES ASM.

I have also included a commentary/notes file called Supervision 52-in-1.txt where I list differences between between the multicart games and their originals. In this file, I have also added sections that describe how the menu boots its games, how to replace games and other misc information/data. I have tried to include sources to other peoples work whenever I have used them.

There is also a directory with .ips patches for the original games (MD5 can be found in Supervision 52-in-1.txt) if you for any reason would like to patch them to be like the 52-in-1 variants instead. I have also included a patch that will turn all games on the cart to their originals, restoring copyright information and such.

At last, in the pcb directory, I have included traced images of nesrocks scans of the 72-pin, 1024kb version of the 110-in-1 cart, that shares the mapper of the 52-in-1. There are some untraced pins though that I cannot follow completly.

This is a passionproject I have worked with on and off for the last two years, and I think I have come to a point where all information is mostly complete and it is ready to be shared.

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