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A version of the hack for other regions of the game might also be nice, since this one only works on Kirby Bowl (Japanese region), according to the hack info.
Seems like a neat place ... but I see that one of the users has the title "Disgustingly Naive Smartass" ... What the actual fuck?
Yeah, that site is officially dead in the water unfortunately.
From what I understand, or for what it looks like, from this bsnes fork version of yours, you look like you are turning the bsnes emulator into something like FCEUX (in which it has NES romhacking & debugging tools, and a built-in hex editor). Isn't that right, Mr. (or Mrs.) @Revenant?
When a (R/W) breakpoint is hit, and I step, it just hits the breakpoint again, so I have to step again to actually step. Intended?
Trace logs could show the opcodes+operands in addition to the mnemonics.
I don't know how to disassemble anything else than what it decides to show. This gives a claustrophobic feeling.
edit: In a LoROM game if I set a breakpoint at the mirror $80-$BF, it won't trigger if mirrored is accessed. Intentional? Geiger's does.
edit2: Memory editor could show the exact offset of the selected cell.
*(Technically it renders "1 pixel at a time" or even finer than that. But given how all emulators -- even the super-strict Higan/BSNES -- emulate on a scanline-by-scanline basis and nobody really knows the details of what the SNES is doing during each individual scanline..... "1 scanline at a time" is close enough)
The level of conditioning and manipulation is already awesome... the real reason this community is small is because people are afraid. So many people know this site exists and the tools, and they've been wishing for years that they could produce something meaningful with them but they know they risk prosecution by the publishers. (if I had a nickle for the number of single moms living on state aid who say they've experimented with the tools here...). Now they can. We've been willing pawns in their hype gambit.
Interesting how he slams pirates in the summary text