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- 28 years old
- August 16, 1984
- Cumbria, northwest UK
- Pallete hacking, most anime, sci-fi and horror flicks. I also enjoy reading specifically Kelly Armstrong, Lorrel K Hamelton, David Eddings and S. D. Perry.
- A huge sonic game pallete liberary for quick and easy patching website, for those who are lazy and cos i love pallete editing.
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10 August 2010 - 02:08 AMBrilliant! Finally someone has accomplished what I couldn't, a true Super Sonic hack.
Excellent work Sik.
And Ayla, im surprised anyone even remembers that old thing,
15 July 2010 - 12:28 PMYa know, I've never in my life seen so many users browsing one topic before.
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09 June 2010 - 04:36 AMThose links are a great help, thanks
14 May 2010 - 01:12 PMIm assuming such a method would work in hexadecimal values and that it would be simmelar to editing the pallete in a savestate (remains untill refreshed) if so your a god!
I never thought the idea of testing palletes in the emulator... in real time would be possible.
Ya see im working on a big pallete project, a quick and easy site to download masses of patches for every single (or at least most ) genesis sonic titles, in cluding pallete themes that spread accross multiple zones and game titles.
So when dealing with one rom hack palletes arn't too much of a problem but when dealing with potentially dozens per zone accross 5 games it get irritating to switch between emulator to utility too often... im a perfectionist! LOL.
14 May 2010 - 12:12 PMPity, most of my work back in the old days when dos emulators were at large was dumping several screenshots, editing the pallete directly in paint shop pro and once I got a result I liked I wrote it directly into the rom, I only used hacking utils for touch ups and quick fixes once id implemented the basic palete idea I liked. Its such a... pain... to resort to utilities cos my prefered emulator don't do everything id like, especially to aid with pallete editing.
Ahhh, back in the old days....*drifts off into a daydream* LOL.
Its ok, I figured I'd put my 2 cents in for a shot of luck.
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