ROM Hacks: New Hacks Added to the Database

Started by RHDNBot, November 04, 2019, 10:47:32 AM

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The following Hacks have been submitted and approved to the database (in submitted order oldest to newest):

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Plint Michigan

#1
I'd really love to be able to play that debugged Pokemon Stadium game, because I've always kind of wanted to make boss fights out of certain Pokemon, but none of the xdelta Patcher that I have seem to be working with the patches, and the xdelta Patcher that actually comes with the patch files doesn't seem to be working on my computer. It pops up for a split second and then vanishes. there's also a file that it won't let me unzip. Can someone help me get a patched file?

zzdd

#2
Quote from: Plint Michigan on November 06, 2019, 11:29:54 AM
I'd really love to be able to play that debugged Pokemon Stadium game, because I've always kind of wanted to make boss fights out of certain Pokemon, but none of the xdelta Patcher that I have seem to be working with the patches, and the xdelta Patcher that actually comes with the patch files doesn't seem to be working on my computer. It pops up for a split second and then vanishes. there's also a file that it won't let me unzip. Can someone help me get a patched file?
Just create a empty text file in the same folder, write this inside:

xdelta3 -d -s PokSta2-US.n64 jrra-np3e0-v1.xdelta out.n64
pause

Replace "PokSta2-US.n64" with the name of your rom file. And rename the text file as "whatever.bat" (be sure that is not "whatever.bat.txt"). Double click the file and done.

If your rom file name has white spaces you need to escape them with quotes, ex: "Pokemon Stadium 2.n64"
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Plint Michigan

#3
Quote from: zzdd on November 06, 2019, 12:31:22 PM
Just create a empty text file in the same folder, write this inside:

xdelta3 -d -s PokSta2-US.n64 jrra-np3e0-v1.xdelta out.n64
pause


Replace "PokSta2-US.n64" with the name of your rom file. And rename the text file as "whatever.bat" (be sure that is not "whatever.bat.txt"). Double click the file and done.

I tried that. I clicked on the bat file, and after all the codeine in the bat file, I get:

xdelta3: too many file names: jrra-np3e0-v1.xdelta...

and then it tells me to press any key to continue and aborts.

Edit: problem fixed... Sort of.