Notings of Attention™
Acmlmboard 2 Released
Github/GIT | @acmlmboard
Chatting Places

Super Mario Bros. X | Kuribo64
Views: 8,459,449
Main | FAQ | IRC chat | Memberlist | Active users | Latest posts | Stats | Ranks | Online users | Search
12-07-23 12:48 AM
Guest: Register | Login

0 users currently in General ROM Hacking and Emulation | 1 bot

Main - General ROM Hacking and Emulation - Final Fantasy Editing
Next newer thread | Next older thread

Posted on 12-15-19 04:13 AM, in Link | ID: 153168
Normal User

Level: 127

Posts: 4628/4986
EXP: 23237754
Next: 488812

Since: 01-02-12

Last post: 1120 days
Last view: 1120 days
Does anyone around these parts know anything about editing the NES version of Final Fantasy in ways that aren't possible with Hackster?

Making modifications to the ROM I use for the randomizer made me want to make an actual ROM hack and modify other things in my FFR base.

I want to change the Nintendo side of the copyright info to "Mod by Trelior 2020"

I also want to change things like the opening crawl to be something custom for when I get around to actually making a hack.

Something to modify the tile sets more easily than using TLP or YY-CHR would be glorious as well.

I want to damn near completely overhaul how the game looks to make it more unique to me. How possible is this?

Posted on 12-15-19 02:25 PM, in Link | ID: 153170
Goddess of the Apocalypse
Level: 198

Posts: 13027/14042
EXP: 109809729
Next: 1359800

Since: 01-03-12
From: Boston, MA

Last post: 117 days
Last view: 116 days
13027 4355 30
If I remember right, the text for the opening crawl you can find with a hex editor; if you haven't been looking at them already, I'd look at the FFBytes documents, I think they include a table file if you don't want to do a relative search yourself.

Next newer thread | Next older thread
Main - General ROM Hacking and Emulation - Final Fantasy Editing

Acmlmboard v2.5.5 (10/04/2020)
© 2005-2023 Acmlm, Emuz, et al.

Page rendered in 0.035 seconds. (790KB of memory used)
MySQL - queries: 62, rows: 525/559, time: 0.029 seconds.