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Inindo_edit

Game Specific

Description:

A tool for the US version of the SNES title “Inindo: Way of the Ninja”. It is contains various functions to load/save/read data from the ROM as well as read and edit the SRAM.

This is a work-in-progress version of the tool and many planned features are not yet implemented. Some of the “print” entries in the menu either print nothing or lack implementation. Much of the data is only possible to view as text output via the shell window from which the tool is launched.

In addition to displaying known bitmaps the tool includes a tile and palette browser. It is also capable of exporting the partial list of known bitmaps as Windows bmp format. The tool is capable of decompression of the known compressed bitmap data.

At this time source-code is not provided due to the imperfect/incomplete nature of the ROM and SRAM maps. Many sections of the ROM are well understood but still remain to be decoded fully through yet to be undertaken labor-intensive work.

The tool has limited application without source-code and a debugger due to the lack of an interface for the most useful components. (String/palette searching, disassembly, conversion functions.) It is however useful to anyone interested in reverse engineering this title due to its ability to decode and print data from the ROM.

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