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    Swapped the primary and alternative names. The original Japanese title should be used first with the translated title used as an alternate. The original name of the rom has been made the primary name. Kinda odd that the Japanese title makes more sense than the supposed translated title, but I didn't make the names I just swapped them lol.
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    The given name for this game was a translated name. The original name attached to the rom file and found elsewhere as the name for this game was not included except in the translation notes of which rom to use. I have made the rom name the primary name and the translated one the "alternative" name. I do believe that should be how it is. :)
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Kaite Tsukutte Asoberu Dezaemon

Super Nintendo

Game Description:

This is a really nifty “game.” It allows you to create your own shooter game using a menu-driven interface (and a Snes Mouse, if you have one). It is incredibly flexible, and the games you can make are solid–I’d say that they closely resemble Blazing Lazers for TG16 or even Space Megaforce. You have to use Snes9x for this one, currently, as it has some features not supported yet in ZSNES. If you have the urge to create a shooter game, why not give Dezaemon a whirl?

Translation Description:

This patch will not run on the GoodSNES verified ROM of Dezaemon (in fact, the [T-Eng] version crashes at the first screen.. way to go Cowering), and requires a bad checksum ROM that is very difficult to find (because, naturally, it isn’t in GoodSNES). Version 1.41 of SNES9x finally fixes Dezaemon’s SRAM issues, so hopefully soon we’ll have a new patch that will be playable on the good ROM.

UPDATE (7/7/2010):

The bad checksum rom has been added to GoodSNES 2.04–in fact, there’s 2 versions of the rom that both seem to work fine with this patch:

Dezaemon - Kaite Tsukutte Asoberu (J) [h1]

Dezaemon - Kaite Tsukutte Asoberu (J) [h1+C]

Since both seem to work fine, I can’t tell which one is the rom that Gideon Zhi used when making his patch, so if you have any problems after patching one of them, then try patching the other one.

However, make sure the rom has NO HEADER before you patch it. If you patch a rom with a header, then the title screen will flash and flicker and the game WILL NOT run.

If your rom is 524,800 bytes, then it has a header which you need to remove with either NSRT or SNESTool.

One last thing, the translated rom listed in GoodSNES 2.04 as Dezaemon - Kaite Tsukutte Asoberu (J) [h1][T+Eng1.0_AGTP] WILL NOT work in any emulator. Seems the patch was mistakenly applied to a rom with a header (oops).

So, if you want to play this game in English, you’ll have to find a correct version of the Japanese rom and patch it yourself.

ROM / ISO Information:

  • Dezaemon - Kaite Tsukutte Asoberu (J) [h1].smc
  • CRC32: 2850F6C9
  • MD5: E4152FC8A47E7EF9594B667F778A01D2
  • SHA-1: AB3E71BD6B6EEC0A37B3379EF50E43599DFCAA0D
  • SHA-256: 2DEB301D834AF893D50102096B27218AE23435AA9608A1AC9F44D08AE848D262

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Credits:

Credits
ContributorType of contributionListed credit
Gideon ZhiHackingROM hacker, translator
JairTranslationTranslator: Stage Copy

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