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Newest Translations

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Newest Utilities

Room Transfer wxMEdit Faxanadu enemy randomizer SMB2 Utility

Newest Reviews

Castlevania MMC5 Patch Super Slasher Bros. 3 Death Planet Slot-2 Patch

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Nova the Squirrel Death Planet Bad Apple!! PV-FC 2.5 Simplistic

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Featured Translation Images

Bishoujo Sexy Derby Bashi Bazook: Morphoid Masher Labyrinth: Maou no Meikyuu Mike Tyson's Punch Out!!

Recent Updates

  • Community
    Changing the "logo" (actually it's my profile picture) to a new one that was drawn by bebn legg from SMW Central. I just remembered that my community profile still had the old one.
  • Reviews
    I want to make it more apparent, without having to read the whole review, that there is a way to fix the glitches so that others don't review this patch based on a glitched version. To give the patch it's proper due.
  • Hacks
    Minor bug and graphic fixes
  • Hacks
    Updated debug menu

Description:

This is a debugger emulator for the Atari 2600. Once you get used to the debugger, it’s easy to use but different than FCEUX if you’re used to using that debugger. It also has two types of disassembly output, Nocash 80XX and Native 65XX. Either one has the advantage of being equivalent to the other and would help a hacker understand the instructions better if he were a 80XX type hacker. This is based on Martin Korth’s interpretation.

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