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I wanna know how to hack Sonic Advance's trilogy

#16 User is offline True Dude 

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I'm certain someone made a level editor for Advance 1, but it couldn't edit objects yet before it was abandoned.

#17 User is offline VentusDark 

Posted 10 February 2018 - 07:58 PM

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If there was modding for the advance games I'd be on those in a heartbeat considering the amount of sprite work I do with the advance sprites but I don't see hacking/modding for the Advance games happening for a long time in terms of like stages or character mods unless me saying that just made someone want to prove me wrong.

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I sort of made a sprite editor once. It tends to crash though, because I don't fully understand the format and am probably parsing it entirely wrong.

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View PostRavenfreak, on 15 December 2017 - 07:30 PM, said:

I love Advance 3, it's my favorite out of the advance series. :v:/>/> Anyways someone did make a hack of advance 3 in the past, and there is a hacking guide on the wiki. I don't think anyone has actually ever made a hack of advance, but if you teach yourself ARM assembly and make some tools you can hack the advance games. GBA temp might be a good place to learn more on how the gba works.



Are we talkin EXTREEM MANSECKZ here?
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#20 User is offline VentusDark 

Posted 11 February 2018 - 05:11 AM

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Not too long after posting here I came across this https://gamebanana.com/games/6046
I never new modding Battle was a thing but if modding battle is possible then I bet modding the Advance games could be done too

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Well of course it's possible, the question is whether anyone cares enough to do it. If there's no editor, looks like you're going to have to do some researching!

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View PostMainMemory, on 15 December 2017 - 11:54 AM, said:

I imagine not many people in this community know ARM assembly.

There was a time when people in this community didn't know 68000 assembly either, but they learned, because there was interest.

#23 User is offline KingofHarts 

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I'm glad someone else is looking into this... I started some work on this a while back... but kinda dropped the ball on continuing it. Part of the problem is the sheer ROM size, and the fact that GBA hacking just isn't as... dare I say, easy... or as well known, as Genesis hacking. A majority of people here have experience in just about everything else but that.

The only one's that I know of, would be Stealth, or any of the folks doing the Pokemon Fire Red disasms... I'm sure there are some others who hack GBA, but I am just not aware of who they are.

I wish you the best of luck, and if I can find my old notes, I'll pass them along.

#24 User is offline TheInvisibleSun 

Posted 03 March 2018 - 09:55 AM

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I remember there being a small Mario & Luigi hacking community. Not sure what they're doing now though, but the forums still exist.

#25 User is offline KingofHarts 

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I'll have to check that out, along with the newest FireRed progress... it'd be nice to see some disassembled code and trying to find some semblance of code in Sonic Advance.

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