|FF4 Advance Data Structures||PKT Paladin||Structure data for items, level up data, and spell learning data.
This info is based on the US version of the game. You can do a similar search with these known values on the other versions of the game as it should be relatively close by.||Game Specific||GBA||Final Fantasy IV Advance||1.0||Beg||20 Jun 2009|
|Lost Woods & Lost Hills Hacking||Dr. Floppy||Comprehensive guide to altering the special sequences of the Lost Woods and Lost Hills in The Legend of Zelda.||Game Specific||NES||The Legend of Zelda||1.0||Beg||17 Jun 2009|
|JIS X 0201 Table||Tauwasser||A complete JIS X 0201 table file encoded in UTF-8.||Table Files||N/A||N/A||1.1||Beg||06 Jun 2009|
|SMB3 Object Data & Enemy Data Orders||Quick Curly||This document is for Super Mario Bros. 3 for the NES.
There is nothing really “new” in this document. I made it to organize the enemy data and object data as it appears in the SMB3 ROM. This is useful if you intend to expand the enemy da….||Game Specific||NES||Super Mario Bros. 3||1.0||Beg||25 Feb 2009|
|JIS X 0211 Table||Tauwasser||A complete JIS X 0211 table file encoded in UTF-8.
Please note that JIS X 0211 contains control codes only! You will have to have a special hex editor to use it in this format.||Table Files||N/A||N/A||1.0||Beg||06 Jun 2009|
|JIS X 0213 Table||Tauwasser||A complete JIS X 0213 table file encoded in UTF-8.
Note that this does not contain private Windows remappings. Rather it follows the JIS X 0213:2004.||Table Files||N/A||N/A||1.0||Beg||07 Jun 2009|
|ISO/IEC 646 Table||JPN Translations||A table for the ISO/IEC 646 encoding, an older version of ASCII.||Table Files||N/A||N/A||1.0||Beg||20 Jun 2009|
|Translhextion Source Code||Januschan||A full-featured hex/text editor. Unfortunately, Januschan had to stop developing the program, but he left behind its source code.||Source Code||N/A||N/A||1.6c||Beg||15 Sep 2001|
|Addrem||Killa B||A portable C library for adding and removing SNES headers.||Source Code||SNES||N/A||1.0.0||Beg||29 May 2009|
|ISO/IEC 6937 Table||JPN Translations||A table file for the ISO/IEC 6937 encoding, an extension of ASCII containing additional characters. It is encoded in UTF-8.||Table Files||N/A||N/A||1.0||Beg||13 Aug 2009|
|Temporal Flux Manual||Chickenlump||Html guide to Temporal Flux. Explains each basic function of the editor and how to use it.
Temporal Flux database entry||Program Specific||SNES||Chrono Trigger||1.0||Beg||24 Nov 2004|
|Tilemaps - Identifying, Modifying and Applications||Knirt||This document mainly covers techniques to identify and then modify tile maps. NES games are used as example to the techniques, but the content of this doc can be expanded to virtually any console. Finally, you can find some applications for the tile ….||Graphics Hacking||NES||N/A||1.0||Beg||07 Aug 2009|
|How to Make NES Game Genie Codes With a Debugger||Tony Hedstrom||Explains how to use the debugger in FCEUXD to make NES Game Genie codes. No assembly knowledge needed. This also serves as an interesting backdoor introduction to assembly language and debugger usage.||Cheat Codes||NES||N/A||0.7a||Beg||17 Oct 2003|
|Shift-JIS Table||Tauwasser||Shift-JIS table.
Contains additional mappings: |
Compatible with ….
- NEC special chatacters (NEC特殊文字)
- NEC selected IBM extended characters (NEC選定IBM拡張文字)
- IBM extended characters (IBM拡張文字)
|Table Files||N/A||N/A||1.0||Beg||14 Sep 2009|
|Road Rash 2 ROM Hacking Guide||Tony Hedstrom||Lots of Road Rash 2 ROM addresses for hacking things like: bike acceleration, top speed, handling, straightening out the tracks, slowing down the game, etc.||Game Specific||GEN||Road Rash II||0.7||Beg||28 Feb 2007|
|Pokemon Red Tileset Configuration||Lin||A short document I wrote on how the Pokemon Red tilesets work. It also works for Pokemon Blue, but I’m pretty sure the addresses are different.||Miscellaneous||GB||Pokémon: Red Version||1.0||Beg||09 Oct 2009|
|Chrono Lover's Guide to Modding, Vol I: Background Insertion||Verve Fanworks||Guide for Chrono Trigger modding that covers basic principles of graphic arrangement in the ROM as well as palettes and layering. Basic knowledge and skills for building environments in Temporal Flux are introduced.
Illustrated exercises require t….||Game Specific||SNES||Chrono Trigger||1.0||Beg||15 Oct 2009|
|Chrono Trigger Data Offsets||FaustWolf||A companion to Geiger’s NA Offsets Guide for Chrono Trigger, this set of spreadsheets will guide the budding Chrono modder to specific sprite sheets, tilesets, and other data in an unheadered ROM. Graphics must be decompressed in Temporal Flux f….||Game Specific||SNES||Chrono Trigger||1.0||Beg||07 Oct 2009|
|Mario's Picross Level Data||Killa B||Information on the Mario’s Picross level format.||Game Specific||GB||Mario's Picross||1.0||Beg||25 Nov 2009|
|Creating PC patchers with NSIS||SPennLUE||Unlike ROMs, PC games might not all use the same formats and file types. As such, there is no single jack-of-all-trades method of patching games. ROMs are a different story; they are made of just a single file, and formats such as IPS and NINJA are a….||Source Code||PC||N/A||1.0||Beg||03 Jan 2010|