I was reading this thread at project2612's forums and I found out that Toy Story supposedly supports MOD playback. Since the actual MOD used is available on the internet (as said in that thread), Oerg suggested me that the MOD data might actually be present in the ROM, so we looked for that and we found out that that's the case. Only a few bytes are different between the standalone MOD file and the data in the ROM. We then tried to put some other MODs in the ROM, and we found out that it works. So yeah, Toy Story contains a semi-functional 4-channels MOD player; it doesn't support all the MOD effects, and the quality isn't that awesome, but still, someone might attempt to disassemble this and use MOD songs in their hacks. They can sound better than smps, and they are smaller than PCM files. I think the load on the 68k is very high though, so this may be useful only for title screens or something. Now, on to the resources. Toy Story ROM from romnation.net Rename said ROM to "toy.bin" and get this nice utility I wrote to replace any MOD file into Toy Story's ROM (granted that said MOD's size is smaller than 93996 bytes). Also yes, lol filename, I didn't rename it kthx. Grab this gens savestate to go straight to the title screen since Toy Story has like 9001 splash screens. Just press start once to hear your replaced MOD. Have fun with this. Also, in before Oerg.