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Tarek701

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Hello, I am Tarek701 and 17 years old. I remember the times I played Super Mario World and Super Mario 64 when I was around 5/6 years old. That’s also where I first started to hack a ROM. I went to FuSoYa’s official site, downloaded LunarMagic and made my first levels which I consider “the worst levels ever made” today. Later, I started to learn more about 65C816 Assembly (The Instruction Set of the 65C816 CPU, which is in SNES) and discovered that I have a huge talent in programming. Around 2008/2009 I got bored of SMW Hacking and first started with SM64 Hacking. I downloaded Toad’s Tool 64 (the SM64 Level Editor) and made my very first SM64 Hack, which is still available on my YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YsdA_NBgX9g

Then I went on learning more about N64’s CPU and it’s instruction set, MIPS R4300i and made a few ASM Hacks, which can be also seen on my YouTube Channel. Well, today I can consider myself as an advanced ASM Hacker in MIPS and 65C816, and good programmer in C and C#. I also have a good amount of knowledge when it comes to SM64 Hacking.

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1 Utility
TitlePlatformCategoryDate
CajeASMN64Assembly Tools11 May 2015

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