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Triple Tech Arises as a Chrono Series Technical Reference

03 January 2014 9:55PM EST - Update by FaustWolf

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In the works for over a year, Triple-Tech.org has gathered much of the fractured Chrono modding community’s notes into one in-depth wiki. The site’s goal is to become a thorough reference library for those interested in studying the inner workings of Chrono Trigger (SNES), Chrono Cross (PSX) and Radical Dreamers (SNES - Satellaview).

Triple Tech also offers a forum for in-depth discussions on everything from Chrono Trigger’s BRR samples to Chrono Cross’ model format. As an anti-spam measure, the Triple Tech forum requires registration to view the technical boards. What Triple-Tech *doesn’t* do is host patches — it’s strictly a learning environment focused on top-to-bottom analysis of these games.

Whether you’re a reverent Chrono fan with a technical bent or a budding modder who wants to see an SNES or PSX game dissected to the fullest extent, check it out!

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