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TitleAuthorDescriptionCategoryPlatformGameVer AscendingLevelDate
The MetalHead Translation FAQMetalHead Hacking GroupMetalHead’s attempt at a translation how-to. http://metalproject.net/general/rom-hacking-old-doc/MiscellaneousNESN/A0.8Beg20 Mar 2000
Pokemon Red/Blue Pokedex Data StructureSawakitaA simple doc on how info displayed in a pokedex page are stored.MiscellaneousGBPokémon: Blue Version1.0Beg15 Sep 2010
Sonic Advance 3 Attack NotesZanerusA simple to understand guide on editing of move lists of Sonic Advance 3. Lists most values as well as offsets for all ten of the team choices for both characters.MiscellaneousGBASonic Advance 31.0Beg19 Jan 2011
Front Mission 1 MODBiGFront Mission 1 SNES MOD. file type : FM1MOD.rar : the file contains front mission OLD MOD.txt, FM1 MOD_23Jun2018.txt and front mission table_23Jun2018 HEX code to modify wanzers, weapons, pilots skills or EXP. There are many thin….MiscellaneousSNESFront Mission1.0Beg23 Jun 2018
The Definitive Guide to ROM Hacking for Complete BeginnersInVerseA frequently asked questions list of sorts for the aspiring ROM Hacker.MiscellaneousMultipleN/A1.0Beg28 Feb 2003
Easy Way to Find Level Data in Some NES GamesGil GaladA guide which details a method for detecting level data using the NES emulator Nesten.MiscellaneousNESN/A1.0Int14 May 2008
Hacking NES MusicSliver XA document detailing a method for editing NES music using NSF files.MiscellaneousNESN/A1.0Int28 Jun 2001
Hex Lessonsolid t-boneThis document explains the basics of hex editing and it’s many uses.MiscellaneousMultipleN/A1.0Beg09 Dec 2002
NES Music Ripping GuideChris M. CovellThis is a document that shows some of the very basics of NSF ripping from NES/Famicom ROMs. It has an older version of the NSF spec and source code to make a NES ROM out of a NSF so that it can be played on a real NES or a emulator. It also shows how….MiscellaneousNESN/A1.0Int30 May 2000
Sonic Advance Hacking NotesThunderSpeedVarious documents useful in the hacking of Sonic Advance.MiscellaneousGBASonic Advance1.0Beg24 Jul 2006
Mac HackO_mankoHow to get started if you want to hack using a Mac.MiscellaneousN/AN/A1.0Beg21 Jul 2007
Seiken Densetsu 3 offsets and data formatsgiangurgoloContains an offset compendium/ROM map for SD3, as well as a few other docs detailing the format for some types of data in the SD3 rom, among those the NPC maps and monster stats.MiscellaneousSNESSeiken Densetsu 31.0Int17 Aug 2013
Sunsoft NES audio engines analysisMatrixzThis is a document with miscellaneous notes about the sound engines in various Sunsoft games. It doesn’t cover data formats, but for each game there is misc. info, like bankswitching, DPCM usage, and Init/Play (or other) addresses. For some of t….MiscellaneousNESMultiple Games1.0Int28 Oct 2013
How to Hack Experience LevelstcaudStep-by-step guide to hacking experience levels in games that have them.MiscellaneousMultipleMultiple Games1.0Beg04 Jun 2015
Pokemon Red Tileset ConfigurationLinA 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.MiscellaneousGBPokémon: Red Version1.0Beg09 Oct 2009
Various Saturn Hacking DocsCyber Warrior XHere are the fabled Saturn Hacking docs that were never quite complete enough for Cyber Warrior X to release before.MiscellaneousSATN/A1.0Beg25 Dec 2002
How to encode quality Playstation videosMichael SabinRecently I’ve run across a couple of groups trying to replace the video of a Playstation game. As we have to do the same thing with S.E. Lain, I thought I would share some insight on how it might be done with the highest quality output.MiscellaneousPSXN/A1.0Adv01 Sep 2008
Beginner's Hexadecimal and Binary GuidemevoidA guide aimed at beginners to understand hexadecimal and binary. It includes images, and a really nice layout. Also includes exercises for beginners.MiscellaneousN/AN/A1.0Beg21 Apr 2016
Atari 2600 Music And Sound Programming GuidePaul SlocumIt is difficult to do music on the Atari 2600 due to the limited pitch and two voices, but I’ve discovered some tricks to produce some pretty good music. This document covers most of what I know.Miscellaneous2600N/A1.0Adv19 Feb 2003
Atari 2600 VCS Precise Sound Values and Distortion BreakdownGlenn SaundersThis document is a description and chart of the various values for notes and distortion of the Atari 2600 sound.Miscellaneous2600N/A1.0Int02 Apr 1997
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