Hack ideas: for those without the skill but with all the ideas.

Started by Piotyr, March 23, 2007, 10:11:50 PM

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Dzumeister

Since we're talking about Trials of Mana, honestly, the dialogue font that they added is really small and narrow, and it doesn't match aesthetically with the rest of the game. Replacing it with a new VWF could go a long way in improving it.
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Chicken Knife

The new rom is very iffy. The font they used is high res and also creates slowdown talking to npcs. There is a game breaking bug apparently. The bugfix patch (not available on this site) that works for the Corlett one doens't work on the new rom. The title screen and some elements of the script are good but there are a whole lot of other issues with it.

Masaru

Quote from: John Enigma on July 24, 2019, 05:33:32 PM
Ever since the Trials of Mana rom got extracted from the Collection of Mana (Switch) digital collection, has anyone made any plans to make improvement patches to the rom, like the Secret of Mana Turbo hack: https://www.romhacking.net/forum/index.php?topic=27890.0 ?

Also, since we're in the topic of Mana, it would be nice if there was a Toruzz-style colorization hack for the original Game Boy version, but using the palettes used in the Adventures of Mana remake, instead of the Sword of Mana remake. I would've also asked for a title screen hack that said Adventure of Mana, but Da_GPer already did that. Although, I would love to request one that said Final Fantasy: Adventures of Mana, where you would see the Final Fantasy font used in the original title screen of the game at a smaller scale, above where it says Adventures of Mana.

That's all.
Something that i would really like is if someone restores the original seiken densetsu title screen

Heaven Piercing Man

Ah, Trials of Mana. The official release has a TINY AS HELL font, and the fan translation has a HUGE FONT.

A middle ground would be fine.

Dzumeister

Quote from: Masaru on July 24, 2019, 07:50:29 PM
Something that i would really like is if someone restores the original seiken densetsu title screen

A couple of patches like that exist: 1/2

Now, another idea for a hack: a translation patch for Columns on SNES would be cool. I think most of it is menu stuff, as there's actually quite a bit of English text in the game.
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Masaru

Quote from: Dzumeister on July 26, 2019, 02:03:46 AM
A couple of patches like that exist: 1/2
But what i am talking is for the first seiken densetsu (Final Fantasy adventure), after a long time no one decided to do it more than a portuguese translation, i tried once but i don't know much of hex editing

Binarynova

I'd love to see a hack of TMNT IV: Turtles in Time for the SNES that would replace "double tap a direction" with a run button similar to TMNT: Hyperstone Heist for the Genesis.
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Fredde

Change the final boss in Ogre Battle: The March of the Black Queen to Shrek.

PresidentLeever

Quote from: Binarynova on July 26, 2019, 11:44:29 AM
I'd love to see a hack of TMNT IV: Turtles in Time for the SNES that would replace "double tap a direction" with a run button similar to TMNT: Hyperstone Heist for the Genesis.

Agreed!
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Googie

Take Mighty Final Fight, and replace Cody, Guy and Haggar with Axel, Blade and Adam from Streets of Rage.

Seeing 'em in 8-bit form would be hilarious.  :laugh:

KingMike

There already is an 8-bit Streets of Rage, on the Game Gear and Master System.
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Googie

I never knew that, the only Sega systems I own was the Genesis, Saturn and Dreamcast.

It was an idea that popped in my head when I played that SOR2 hack with the Final Fight characters and Chun Li.

I don't know if people in the anime industry still uses the term Super Deformed, seeing mini version of Axel, Blade and Adam would totally be different.

I'll check out the Master System and Game Gear versions, thanks King. :)   

Espio419

A bit of an odd request but it'd be nice for a hack that cuts the number of enemies in crowded areas for the GBA port of DOOM II so the framerate doesn't tank. Specifically the area full of Barons on map 8.

geadom

Greetings, new member here.
Is there a way for me to request a romhack that doesn't exist? Being more specific, I've been a long time Street Fighter II player; and the latest version (super turbo) introduces speed changes plus super moves.

Super Moves are not that well balanced, so I've been trying to find a Super Street Fighter 2 (the previous game) hack that can apply only speed settings (or increase speed, to play with friends and maybe introduce to the community, due to Fightcade having an unsupported ROM room where if both people have the same modified rom they can play online).

So far, the only placed I've found that has sort of mod/hack for the game is here; so that's why I've registered. Thank you so much for your time.

cargo

Any Taisen Puzzle Dama fans out there?
I'd like to suggest an English translation of "Tusyoshi Sikkari Shinasai Taisen Puzzle Dama" for the Super Famicom. It's mostly menus and character names as far as I can see:

https://youtu.be/gCDSjuJ4_K0?t=30


John Enigma

Quote from: Masaru on July 24, 2019, 07:50:29 PM
Something that i would really like is if someone restores the original seiken densetsu title screen
Well, there it is.

BlazeHeatnix

A hack for SMB2 Japan that makes the difficulty more similar to the All-Stars version: removing the need to beat the game 8 times to see everything, and being able to continue on the same level instead of the same world.


sil3nt_j

A game based off of a game based off of the movie :P