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Started by Nightcrawler, December 30, 2005, 08:48:19 PM

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Howdy! Just a guy interested in romhacking. That's all :)


Hello! Just a 30+ year old Mega Man fan trying to rom hack and come up with new ideas for fellow mega man lovers. Hopefully get some fun and fresh new rom hack msg going :)


Quote from: hidralisco on June 13, 2022, 07:28:13 PMHowdy! Just a guy interested in romhacking. That's all :)
Welcome to RHDN. :) :thumbsup: 


Quote from: radicaldreamerr on June 10, 2022, 03:16:19 AMHello!
My name's Adrian but I go by "radicaldreamerr" online.
I'm a huge fan of SNES/PS1/Saturn RPGs and series like DQ, Lunar, Tengai Makyou, SaGa, Sakura Wars, Grandia... you name it.

I made an account on here because I decided to take on a personal project, to make a translation of Tengai Makyou IV for Saturn/PSP.
I have absolutely zero hacking/editing skills but I do know some Japanese (JLPT N3, kiiiinda toward N2) so I'm willing to offer my help on that front.

I hope I'll be able to find some partner in crime  :happy: and maybe even some friends, who knows!
Welcome to RHDN, I hope your translation goes well and you find someone to help you with the hacking.  :thumbsup: 


Hello forum, Ive been into romhacking for about 10 years now, tried doing my own work with smile but I need more time to design.  One hack I want to do is zombies ate my neighbors, and make the SNES version look like genesis with the black side strip to display all the info, effectively cloning the Genesis version, but with the superior sound of the SNES.  You can see that the SNES version looks stretched out.  All they basically did was stretch the existing aspect ratio to get more screen space but it looks horrible imo


Hi, my name is Raphael Gama. Indieatom, as in the user name, is my YouTube channel. And no, I'm not saying for you to go to YT and follow, because my content is all in portuguese. XD Just pointing this because I'm registering to ROM hacking to find translation on games I want to review there.

Also, I'm a big fan on the preservation side and have been doing emulation tutorials for some time, also in portuguese for my brazilian folks.

Besides this YT fact, have been gaming for 32 years now. Love indie games and manga. And I work with narration, video making and translation. Never translated a game, but have done so with books, manga and a few comics. English to portuguese. Would love to know french and japanese, but I didn't had time yet to do so.


Sup? It's been one heck of long time since I've stepped into this place.
My previous account was RhysOwens101.
I lost all details due to A. a completely unexpected PC crash back in 2018, B. lacking the need to backup my account details.

It's okay now since I am more prepared this time around and I'm ready to finally, and hopefully, release something. :beer:


I've been modding for some years now. My first mods where event mods for FF9 and the previous Zodiac Trilogy. I'm a writer by day and I do enjoy writing scenarios for my own content.
I enjoy event programming, though I've never been able to grasp other aspects of reversing.


Hello! I am new here. I am here because I saw that there is a tool for stracting the ROMs from MegaMan x legacy collection and I wanted to make a translatiin of megaman x 1 to spanish (there is already 1 but is not for the Steam version)


hi, cobalt++ here. i used to mess around with lunar magic and other level editors back in the day. that got me into romhacking and low-level programming. nice to meet you all. :)

L.D. Ark

Hey y'all. I'm Ark. I used to be Lina Darkstar.

(Hermes voice) 🎵But that was long ago🎵 before we were on this road🎵

Anyway, some stuff happened, and now I'm feeling nostalgic and wondering who needs some character-driven translation work done by an old nerd. This seems to be the place to find out.


Hi, I'm Tescu. I'm a retro and Nintendo games enthusiast and I've been emulating since 11 on my trusty Android 4.4 phone, discovered them through playing Mario Flash games since the age of 4. I am a big fan of Mario, Kirby, old NES games, Taiko no Tatsujin and Ace Attorney.

I live in Bucharest, Romania, where barely anyone knows or even cares about these games (at least from what people I've met, feel free to contradict me on that one). Luckily I have with who to share my thoughts and have common subjects when it comes to games on the internet. My other interests are history, geography, and maths to some extent.

I started playing ROM hacks at 13, mostly of old Mario games. I have a Nintendo 2DS, which I hold dear to this day, and got me so much enjoyment and made me discover the much bigger world of Nintendo and even made me interested in consoles like PSP or Xbox 360. This also made me over the years interested in preservation and betas or prototypes of consoles and games alike.

I'm looking forward to translate a few Nintendo games in Romanian, my native language, as there is not a ton of these online, only about 15 old games I could find. I would be really happy to find some of my compatriots here or anywhere else in the retro gaming community.

This site seems to be one of the few forums which are still very active, as most are either dead or very unknown. This also happens to be my second experience with online forums as I only had access to social media for a good while there.

I am hoping that I will have a great time here, and I'm looking forward to meeting new cool people around here. Peace!  :thumbsup:


Fortunately, emulation is free (kind of ;)). I first became interested in emulation in 1997, when Nesticle was released. Later, Genecyst was used, and then I ran an outdated version of ZSNES, loaded Final Fantasy 6, and almost puked. It didn't take me long until I was spending that summer playing a variety of import ROMs and hoped I could somehow comprehend what was happening in Bahamut Lagoon.