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New Hacks Added to the Database

17 May 2012 9:17AM EST - Update by RHDNBot

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Akira!

29 April 2012 9:10AM EST - Update by danke

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You can finally play the iconic movie on your NES!

Akira is a point-and-click text adventure following the plot of the movie (not the manga), and is sure to give even the greatest fans quite the challenge.

This project was many years in the making and was a combined effort of danke, Pennywise, and Niahak with some early aid from RedComet. The game was translated rather quickly, but, because it was a text adventure, space immediately became an issue. After a line hack and hijacking the native DTE, space was still a major issue. It was decided that the ROM needed to be expanded and the pointer system reworked. After that headache, the text was inserted without issues and with minimal editing for space. You can enjoy the game as it was meant to be.

The game itself is extremely challenging if you haven’t watched the movie. There are also some ’shooting’ mini-games that are enough to make you swear, so saving often is highly recommended.

To make use of the patch, you need to run the ROM through ROM Expander Pro, which is included in the zip file. All instructions can be found in the readme.

Due to the nature of the game and the hundreds of possible choices and responses, no amount of beta-testing could have checked over everything. As far as we know, the game is 100% bug-free, but there may be a typo or two. If you spot anything, feel free to report it in the forum post linked with this article.

Nakayoshi n' Me English Translation Released

23 April 2012 9:01PM EST - Update by Hiryuu

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This is a complete translation of a cute little Famicom RPG based on Sailor Moon and other shoujo manga that were published in Nakayoshi Magazine in the early 90s (Goldfish Warning!, Pocket Park, MinMin!, Taiyou ni Smash and Kurumi and the Seven Dwarfs). If you’re looking for a hardcore, complex old-school RPG, look elsewhere. If you’re looking for a simple, light-hearted, cutesy RPG, then this may be up your alley. This game has an interesting slot-machine mechanic in its battles, and is overly simplified (there are no experience points, for example), but otherwise plays like other RPGs of the time.

Two versions of the patch exist, one with the Sailor Moon characters adopting the same names as the DiC dub of the anime that aired on Cartoon Network (Main character is named Serena, etc.), and the other with names more accurate to the original Japanese Manga (Main character is named Usagi, etc.). Both versions of the patch are included in the zip.

Shin Megami Tensei and Magical Drop 2 Announced

14 April 2012 5:37PM EST - Update by Gideon Zhi

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Aeon Genesis has announced intent and progress on translations for Shin Megami Tensei: if… and Magical Drop 2, both for the SNES. Both have been in the works for about four years, and several screenshots of each are provided at the AGTP website. SMT is roughly half-way done, with 2/3s of the script having been translated, and Magical Drop 2 is about 70% of the way there, with a major script edit in the works and a number of graphical interface elements that still need to be replaced.

New Hacks Added to the Database

28 March 2012 5:12PM EST - Update by RHDNBot

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New Utilities Added to the Database

28 March 2012 1:24PM EST - Update by RHDNBot

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War Room Challenge - Advance Wars 2: Black Hole Rising

26 March 2012 10:36AM EST - Update by Xenesis

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Advance Wars 2 - Black Hole rising was the second of the quirky turn based strategy wargames that got released outside of Japan on the Gameboy Advance. While not as well recognised as its partner series Fire Emblem, it has a cult following of some extremely skilled players.

The War Room challenge is actually the second attempt at a full challenge mode for the game, with the first attempted in the very early days when the map format wasn’t even known so it was mostly substitutions and new goals for maps. This hack is a much fuller implementation of what was aimed at a good six years ago, aided by a huge understanding of how the game works and all the hacking advancements that have happened over that period.

The original intention for the project was to develop a new War Room challenge for Advance Wars 2 in about two months with some fun maps and a few new challenge. Instead, it has turned into something that’s taken over a year to put together, complete with a large amount of refinements and gameplay additions. Lots of music, graphics, maps and assembly code were generated solely for the hack. The more enthusiastic members of the Advance Wars community were also involved - helping with graphics, map design, utilities and playtesting.

Complete with new COs from the AW series, plenty of challenging maps and a bundle of hand-coded new features, this is a definitive hack to play for Advance Wars fans (or people who like turn based strategy games!). All the challenges present are hand-crafted by Xenesis and many, many members of the Advance Wars community with over a year’s worth of refinement.

Game Features:

  • 30 New War Room Maps to play on - Some remixes of existing maps, most brand new from the AW Community.
  • Tutorial map with summary of game rules, scoring and new hack features.
  • Each map has an info dossier with the par time and author of the map.
  • Each CO has unique combat abilities in the War Room setting. Some COs from Advance Wars Dual Strike and Days of Ruin make an appearance as well!
  • Improved high score support - The game records S-ranks achieved on each map with each CO.
  • Improved status screens - The unit status screen now shows CO abilities more accurately and with more stats.
  • Pre-deployed maps provide unique army compositions depending on your CO selection - a feature returning from Advance Wars 1!
  • New deterministic weather rules for fairer scoring!
  • Extended Status Screen - Shows your rank in progress and whether you have S-Ranked this map with the current CO.
  • Improved Enemy AI - Enemy COs no longer use CO powers when they’d have no reason to use them and use them more intelligently!
  • Unlockables - Earn more COs by scoring S Ranks on maps!
  • Play against or as the series’ evil villains - Caulder, Sturm and Von Bolt

New Translations Added to the Database

19 March 2012 8:49AM EST - Update by RHDNBot

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Announcing the First Release of XM6 Pro-68K

23 March 2012 5:39PM EST - Update by Pennywise

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This is the most powerful X68000 development tool in existence today. It is a fork of version 2.05 of PI’s abandoned XM6 emulator. The changes are mostly user-interface related, and the focus is on development and debugging features rather than accuracy of emulation; however, it has enough general-interest improvements that I’m confident recommending it over XM6 version 2.06 (the final official version) with the caveat that it is still beta-level software. A full list of features can be found on the RHDN project page.

Dragon Ball Z III: Killer Androids, Spanish Translation Released!

12 March 2012 10:00AM EST - Update by saito

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Spanish talkers, rejoice! Now one of the best Dragon Ball Z games is in Spanish. Check out our page for feedback and bugs. Hope you enjoy it!