11 March 2016 - Forum Rules
Started by Piotyr, March 23, 2007, 10:11:50 PM
Quote from: Bahamut ZERO on January 05, 2015, 04:55:31 PMIt'd be great to see a hack of Secret of Evermore that turned it into Back to the Future. Picture it: Marty McFly and Einstein are wondering around different time periods in the Delorean looking for Emmett Brown. Fighting dinosaurs and Roman gladiators, Eventually finding doc and going to the future to beat the shit out of Biff.The main character kind of already looks like Marty and could be recolored, and the evil scientist guy could be edited into Doc Brown. The music could stay the same, minus maybe the BttF theme thrown into the mix during some impotant bits.The different time periods linked together they way they are in SoE could be the result of Biff fucking up things in the future, causing scattered timelines to merge together.
Quote from: translate.google.comThis kind of hack is extremely easy to do, because the graphics Contra (J) are not compressed (unlike those of Contra (U)). You just have to find the tile that does the projectile to a bigger draw yourself, using a editor like Tiles YY-CHR or TileMolester.Small feature, it is 8x16 sprites, so you have to use the "FC / NES x 16" YY-CHR (Tile Molester also has an equivalent option but I'm too lazy to go look at how it s' apelle). Changes the tiles $ 4E and 4F of $ the largest bank in graphics and voila.And no, I do not think anyone else is interested in this kind of hack "trivial."
QuotePar contre le fait que je l ai agrandi modifie aussi la surface de collisions?
Quote from: Almagest on January 09, 2015, 02:42:44 PMThe other one would be a HardType hack of the game. This game is insanely easy and not challenging enough. Even the Lucky/Hard Mode gets easy after some time. I want the Normal Mode to be difficult, and the Lucky Mode to be hell. P.S.: Both hacks should be compatible with the Japanese version/Gemini's translation, otherwise I'm not interested.
Quote from: Tsukiyomaru0 on January 10, 2015, 06:17:52 PMtwo ideas:1. A demake of Super Mario 64 using Super Mario Bros 3 and ASM hacking. Super Mario Bros 3 Mix shows it's possible to do A LOT with SMB32. A demake of New Super Mario Bros (and maybe of New Super Mario Bros 2 and New Super Mario Bros U) using SMB3 and ASM yet again.
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