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Quote from: Psyklax on October 18, 2017, 05:48:13 AM
If you know what you're doing, it's as easy as pie, though I've no idea what system or even what genre you're referring to. I presume it's RPGs? Gimme a specific game with a specific boss and I can show you how to do it. 8)

Well, I guess for example I was playing Castle of Illusion yesterday and decided to play on hard mode. I noticed the first two bosses: The Trent and the Clown, had double the hit points in hard mode (Five in normal, ten in Hard) but the fish and dragon bosses had the same (The fish boss having five, the dragon having six). I feel like editting the Fish boss might be a bit harder, given that it's five small enemies that run into a five-block tower, and it'd be harder to edit in more fishmen and blocks (though it might be possible to make it so each fishman takes two hits as opposed to one) but it's the dragon I'm more interested in. The Normal version dragon was a pushover, using very primitive and predictable moves. It's hard mode version is less predictable and a bit harder, but it still takes the same amount of hits to beat. It also looks like a boss that SHOULD take more hits to beat than a small face or a clown, which kind of disappointed me.

I also happen to really like Very Gnawty from Donkey Kong Country for the SNES. I think the idea of a boss that uses incredibly predictable and primitive strategies to fight with, yet has the nerve to LAUGH every time he gets hit as if he either still thinks he's going to come out on top or is actually somehow enjoying it, has a lot of charm to it. ...Still, I think it'd be more fun if he took more than just five hits to beat.

I feel like these two bosses would be easy, but there are other bosses I can think of that might be harder.
I wonder how hard it is to hack boss HP in videogames. There are quite a lot of bosses I like fighting but wish that the boss had a little bit more HP. I feel like it might just be easy as editing a single hex, but which one?
Isn't there a Lion King pirate for the NES that kind of has the same thing going for it that Felix the Cat Genisis did? I recall one that had game-over screens of the three playable characters, Simba, Timone and Pumba, all committing suicide in some way. I wonder if that would be worth doing the same to.
I think it would be kind of cool to see some Megaman Hacks that don't change the game at all, only the soundtrack: and the hacks would have all these different soundtracks from different hacks like Gray Zone, Basic Master, Deluxe, Exhaust, No Constancy, Min, etc. Rockman Speed Bound did this with a few Megaman 3 hacks, and I really like the idea.
I can't help but wonder why music from the Kirby franchise is so popular in Megaman hacks. Rock Man Exile, Rock Man Exhaust, Rockman 2 Min, several Megaman 5 hacks, etc. I feel like you could make an entire Megaman 2 hack sountrack using just Kirby related music that's been featured in Megaman hacks.

Besides Megaman, why is Kirby the most popular franchise to grab music from in Megaman hacks?
What about the XBox360 editor?
Quote from: RainbowDash321 on April 23, 2017, 03:57:07 AM
Yes, you can inject custom songs to GH2 using Guitar Hero Explore for PS2. You can remove the original chart and .ogg files and replace with custom .chart and .mp3 files.

Doubt you could use the program on official disks, though.
Inject custom songs into Guitar Hero 2? Could I also remove songs? If I could, I would replace goddamned Freebird with just about any song except Stairway to Heaven.
Quote from: Metal64 on April 03, 2017, 02:18:57 PM
Chuck Norris is still a thing?

I hope not. :(
Quote from: Plint Michigan on March 28, 2017, 10:39:37 AM
Anyone got an image of the Wily machines from Roll-Chan World 2? I'd love to play these, but after the internet shut me down for rom downloading, I've been incredibly hesitant on downloading roms, and I don't think the fact I technically own Megaman 2 GB on my 3DS would change anything.
Anyone got an image of the Wily machines from Roll-Chan World 2? I'd love to play these, but after the internet shut me down for rom downloading, I've been incredibly hesitant on downloading roms, and I don't think the fact I technically own Megaman 2 GB on my 3DS would change anything.
Always love to see some new bitchin' Megaman hacks. I love the Blaze Heatnix remix in Rockman 2 Basic Master. The RM2GB Top Man theme kind of surprised me, though. Usually people try to remix the themes from that game, but Rockman 2 Basic Master seems to have merely ported the melody.
"Everything on earth was made to kill humans."

...A plot that needs to die in a fire. No matter how many times I see this ridiculously overused plot, it never gets any less disgusting for me. And I hate fighting bunnies. ...unless my character's a wombat or a kangaroo or an Australian animal of some sort (this makes more sense than you'd think: trust me).
I have to say, looking up Pokemon Clover, it has some of the worst fakemon design I've ever seen. There's so few practical designs, and most of them have a Yokai-Watch brand repulsiveness.
I guess furry-hatred is older than I thought. [spoiler](Kidding, of course, but I thought this would be a fun joke. ...Maybe it didn't work. :( )[/spoiler]
I'm not sure why people keep making hacks that shorten the game to a single level. What's the point?
Quote from: mz on January 06, 2017, 03:30:40 PM
If at least one person learned how to read a FAQ or a readme file thanks to this, I'd say it was helpful. I never had any interest in being nice, though.

I wish I could post more useless, sarcastic comments without trying to help at all, like you do, but it would probably get me banned again...

You know, being a jerk isn't helping. Any point you could have made is made moot by the fact you had to be an ***hole about it.

Also, I'd like some clarification on the legality of hacks and emulators.
Quote from: mz on January 06, 2017, 12:54:53 PM
(Because you had replied "you could have just said maybe your SNESX9 isn't up to date", as if my link was about that...)

"What we have here is a failure to communicate." -Martin Strother from Cool Hand Luke
Quote from: mz on January 06, 2017, 09:36:33 AM
Did you even read the short paragraph I linked?

Your emulator not being up to date has absolutely nothing to do with it. You don't need to download a new emulator or any of that...

Please go back to the link I posted and read it.

Wrong. The readme in the actual hack-file told me that past versions of SNESX9 wouldn't work with the game, so in fact it COULD have something to do with it.

And yeah, I did read the link, which mentioned that either the rom I'm using doesn't have a/the correct header or it's corrupted, and that might be why it doesn't work, but again: the readme says that not all versions of SnesX9 are compatible. Please don't act like someone doesn't have their facts straight if you yourself do not.
Quote from: mz on January 05, 2017, 07:49:19 PM

You know, you could have just said "maybe your SNESX9 isn't up to date," or something. Maybe mine isn't. I'm kind of afraid to download a new emulator, though, since a while back we got shut off for downloading certain roms and music. ...I'm not even sure hacks are right, though from what I know, both hacks and emulators are perfectly legal to download, but I'm not 100% sure.