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Advanced Military Commander IV v.31
15 April 2006 7:17PM EST - Update by Neil
Nebelwurfer has updated his translation of the PC game ‘Advanced Military Commander IV’ to v.31! Quoth the hacker:
I just released a new version of the ad4data.dll file. This version translates several General names that I missed previously. Also, some early war French and British Weapon names have been translated. This brings the translation progress up to 31%.
As the current translation progress is in dll form and not an ips patch, we will be unable to host it on this site.
15 April 2006 5:45PM EST - Update by Neil
Danke of Dank-Trans wrote in to tell us about his new page opening up with information on his current projects. He’s currently concentrating heavily on four games, Akira (NES), 3×3 Eyes: Sanjiya Henjyou (PC-98), Madou Monogatari 1-2-3 (PC-98), and Tabaluga (GBC). Of those, Tabaluga is the farthest along, with a completely translated script.
More screenshots are available on the Dank-Trans page.
Zero Mission Level Header Editor
15 April 2006 3:52PM EST - Update by Neil
interdpth over on the acmlm boards has created a tool to edit the level headers in Metroid: Zero Mission for the Gameboy Advance. This allows you to choose different music, set new offsets for maps, change the speed at which the background moves for water, change enemy sprite sheets and more. It is a teaser of sorts, as he does have a full fledged level editor in the works.
There doesn’t seem to be a web page for this project at the moment, but feel free to let him know how cool this little utility is by leaving him a comment in the thread linked below.
Greek ROM Hacking Seminar
15 April 2006 2:01PM EST - Update by Neil
Vag from GreekRoms.net, a popular Greek ROMHacking site writes:
Hello. I am Vag from GreekRoms (www.greekroms.net). I am organizing a rom hacking seminar in Athens in May 14. Hopefully, all the greek rom hackers will be there (4 from GreekRoms and 2-3 others). We would like any greek that wants to learn about rom hacking to come, so could you please write that in your news page?
Thank you, Vag
Sounds like a great idea! We at ROMHacking.net would like to encourage any greek speaking European in the area to attend and lend a hand/learn. Be sure to let us know how it goes!
Strolling School back on track!
15 April 2006 7:48AM EST - Update by mrfreeze
The guys from Some Good Shit Translations have picked back up on their previous work on Lunar Strolling School. One of the members now updates to his blog about his work, and below is the link to his article about it.
I guess the news is: script fully translated, now being polished. Lets hope they get the script reinserted!
15 April 2006 1:47PM EST - Update by Sephiroth87
The fellows over at TranslationRL are currently working on the first Nintendo DS translation, and they’re making some progress, too! It seems they’re focusing on Jump Super Stars right now, with intentions of releasing both Italian and English patches. In fact, they’ve released some work-in-progress patches for your viewing pleasure. You can see a larger version of the picture above, as well as a few other pictures, on the authors page.
Super Mario 64 Text Wrangler 1.0b
11 April 2006 9:00PM EST - Update by Neil
A utility capable of editing the text in Super Mario 64 has been released! It can only open a Mario 64 ROM that has been previously extended to 24 Mb using the previously released Super Mario 64 ROM Extender.
The program is available in MAC and Windows binaries and can be downloaded from rapidshare links in the message board thread linked below, or from our site.
Document and Utility Public Submission News and More!
13 April 2006 11:20AM EST - Update by Nightcrawler
The most active ROM hacking resource and news site on the net has been working hard to continue to meet it’s goal of putting the power in YOUR hands. It is with great pleasure that we announce the ability for public Documents and Utilities submissions!
Just like our Hacks section has already, you can now add entries directly into our database (subject to staff screening) for your favorite documents and utilities. This is YOUR database. If something isn’t there that you think should be, you can now add it yourself! We are continuing our mission to remove the staff bottleneck (visitors having to rely on staff to do everything). Ultimately, the staff’s purpose on this site is for maintenance, and screening. It’s up to YOU to add the content you think belongs here. It’s up to YOU to turn YOUR archive into the biggest and best it can be.
Add your Documents, Utilities, and Hacks here on the Submit Files Page.
Other New Additions to the Site:
- A ROMhacking.net Dictionary of ROMhacking Terms was added! Please submit any corrections or additions you’d like to see on the Forum.
- New Integrated Site Theme - A new theme entitled Metroid (made by p4ch3c0) was added.
- New Integrated Site Theme - A new theme entitled Transcorp (made by Nightcrawler) was added.
- Translation Scene History was added here on the site due to the deletion of the wiki page on Wikipedia. The history lives on at ROMhacking.net!
- Collapsable Sticky Posts - By popular demand, stickies are now collapsable! Go ahead and try it with this one! :P
Famicom Wars Update
10 April 2006 5:59PM EST - Update by akadewboy
Famicom Wars for the NES has been updated. Thanks to the user “g8z et al” the remaining gibberish in the previous patch was found. The new updated complete patch is now available.
Staff Note- You can grab the patch on the author’s homepage, linked below, or from us right here.
River City Ransom Zero updated
10 April 2006 9:19AM EST - Update by Kitsune Sniper
I live. Sorta. I guess I’ll just quote myself.
First off, updated River City Ransom Zero patch. It only fixes the title screen. The hacking was made by a mysterious fellow by the name of z80 Gaiden, so give him props and stuff. You can get that here:
Secondly, the same guy helped me with Nettou The King of Fighters ‘96, and provided me with the means to change the title screen, so there may be some hope to that project getting completed! (Screenie is here.)
Thirdly… uh, I ain’t dead yet.