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I think this one would be easy and would be super appreciated by the Super Metroid community...

Could someone please just remove the Control Freak patch (https://www.romhacking.net/hacks/405/) from the Super Metroid Redux hack (https://www.romhacking.net/hacks/4963/)? I feel like it would be just comparing the original Super Metroid with the Control Freak patch and then just putting the original hex/codes over top of the changes in the Super Metroid Redux hack. If anyone could do this for me I'd happily throw some money their way through Patreon or whatever. Or maybe someone could just suggest what programs I could use to do the comparisons? Thanks!

I really like the cool Quality of Life features of the Super Metroid Redux but I hate how it completely changes how the controls work and how the game plays. It's just TOO significant of a change and I'd like to remove it. Luckily the Super Metroid Redux hack is a combination of several smaller hacks so it should be possible to remove one of them? Thanks for any help!

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Newcomer's Board / Re: The other kind of rom hack [h]
« on: June 26, 2018, 06:19:16 pm »
From your links I can see that each uses the [h] tag so I'm not sure which I have. The set I was looking at came from a torrent marked TOSEC (could have been mislabeled) but I forgot all about goodtools, they have more hacks in their sets IIRC.

BUT, this is still the same issue... is there a website that explains what each hack in the goodtools or TOSEC sets does? The maintainers of the sets had to have kept notes of what is going on in each rom or they wouldn't know which hacks they already had.

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Newcomer's Board / The other kind of rom hack [h]
« on: June 26, 2018, 12:54:19 pm »
Is there anyway to find out which hacks are applied to the files marked [h] in the TOSEC collections? When a file is marked [h5] for example, does that mean it has 5 hacks similar to trainers marked +5 or is it the fifth hack of that game? I am hoping there is a reference somewhere that explains what cheats are hacked into the game, trying to manually load each and figure out what is going on seems like a difficult task.

Thanks for any help!

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