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    The given name for this game was a translated name. The original name attached to the rom file and found elsewhere as the name for this game was not included except in the translation notes of which rom to use. I have made the rom name the primary name and the translated one the "alternative" name. I do believe that should be how it is. :)
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    Spelling correction of the word "Assohles", I fixed the typo and changed it to "Assholes". I also capitalized the words "French", and "English" in the description section. I got the following errors when I attempted to submit my corrections so I had to download, resize, and upload/change the images as well: 1. 'https://www.romhacking.net/translations/gameboy/images/2592screenshot1.png' is a size of 320x288 which is invalid for platform: 'Game Boy'! Native resolutions for this platform are 160x144. Additional Information. 2. 'https://www.romhacking.net/translations/gameboy/images/2592screenshot2.png' is a size of 320x288 which is invalid for platform: 'Game Boy'! Native resolutions for this platform are 160x144. Additional Information. 3. 'https://www.romhacking.net/translations/gameboy/images/2592screenshot3.png' is a size of 320x288 which is invalid for platform: 'Game Boy'! Native resolutions for this platform are 160x144. Additional Information. 4. 'https://www.romhacking.net/translations/gameboy/images/2592titlescreen.png' is a size of 320x288 which is invalid for platform: 'Game Boy'! Native resolutions for this platform are 160x144. Additional Information.
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TitleAuthorDescriptionCategory AscendingPlatformGameVerLevelDate
ASM TutorialJayA tutorial written for novices. Includes the basics of assembly language using the 65816 as an example.AssemblySNESN/A1.0Int24 Apr 1998
(6502) Assembly in One StepLeo ScanlonA resource guide to 6502 assembly. A good reference tool.AssemblyNESN/A1.0Int23 Jul 1997
Coding Dictionary/DTE compression routines in SNES romsBongo`A very nice document describing the basics behind implementing a dictionary/DTE compression routine in SNES ROMs.AssemblySNESN/A1.0Int19 Jan 2001
6502 ASM CodesBongo`A nice reference list of opcodes and mnemonics for the 6502 processor.AssemblyNESN/A1.0Beg10 Aug 1999
ASM Hacking for DummiesDAn introduction to assembly language hacking. Pointers, title screen replacement, expansion, and the like are covered.AssemblySNESN/A1.0Int25 Apr 1999
6502 Instruction SummaryCricketNEComplete and detailed list of opcodes and mnemonics for the 6502 processor.AssemblyNESN/A1.0Beg01 Mar 2000
Compression TutorialJayAn introduction to several of the most common compression methods.AssemblyNESN/A1.0Beg24 Apr 1998
Compression of SNES ROMsCzar DragonA document detailing some LZx, sliding window type SNES compression examples.AssemblySNESN/A1.0Int31 Mar 1999
Decompression of SNES fontsBongo`A document which discusses a way to find and decompress SNES fonts and graphics.AssemblySNESN/A1.0Int20 Apr 2006
65816 Programming PrimerBrett TabkeAn in depth look at the 65816 processor. This document is intended to aid those programming the 65816 Processor from The Western Design Center. This chip is the basis for the Apple IIGS, the Creative Micro Designs SuperCPU addon cartridge for the Com….AssemblySNESN/A1.0Int10 Feb 1998
First PS ASM Doc for HackingSkeudA step by step tutorial on some PSX hacking essentials including finding compressed font data, finding the compression routine, understanding the routine (asm), and more using Legend of Mana as an example. This will give you some fundamental knowledg….AssemblyPSXLegend of Mana1.0Int31 Aug 2001
NES Rom Expansion 102TFGTFG finishes his two-part explanation of NES rom expansion basics with a real world application on the game Dig Dug.AssemblyNESN/A1.0Adv20 Oct 2004
NES Palette hacking: The Fast wayTFGA simple guide to finding NES palettes using a 6502 debugging capable emulator.AssemblyNESN/A1.0Int11 Dec 2005
Dual-Tile Encoding: NES/Famicom ImplementationRedCometA document describing one method of implementing Dual-Tile Encoding in an NES game.AssemblyNESN/A1.00Beg01 Dec 2006
20 Levels of NSF rippingGil GaladA very large and inclusive NSF ripping document translated and re-worked. It includes 20 steps, seven of which have yet to be completed.AssemblyNESN/A0.8Adv10 Dec 2005
Gameboy ASM Hacking GuideevoA set of four documents (three are in Italian, one in English) with information on performing assembly level hacks to R-Type II.AssemblyGBR-Type II1.0Adv14 Dec 2005
Disch Explains Mapper ChangingDischDisch explains ROM mapper changing concepts to Rockman after he requests information on how to change Mega Man to MMC3.AssemblyNESMega Man1.0Adv14 May 2008
Disch Explains FF1 Rom ExpansionDischDisch explains the basics of expanding Final Fantasy 1 for the NES in a ZMD post.AssemblyNESFinal Fantasy1.0Adv20 Dec 2005
Disch Explains Stack BasicsDischDisch explains the basics of the stack to Spliff in an IRC conversation.AssemblyNESN/A1.0Adv14 May 2008
Disch Explains PPU WritingDischDisch explains the basics of writing background tiles to the PPU in an IRC conversation.AssemblyNESN/A1.0Adv17 Dec 2005
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