So, you want to start hacking Sonic?

Discussion in 'Engineering & Reverse Engineering' started by Jayextee, May 28, 2008.

  1. LightXIII

    LightXIII

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    Ah my last post as a trial member, I might as well go out with a BANG! So here goes! Ok I followed the guide to the letter but I am only getting a black blank screen. I'll explain. I open SonED2 and go through the disassembly called "project" and I pick the level I want to edit. I choose Green Hill Zone 2 (Because I read that SonED2 doesn't do to well with Green Hill Zone 1) and I get a black blank screen within the SonED window. The SonED Status window says "so and so bin not found, creating blank template." However the examples show up and I can move the objects placed their. But loading any of the levels from the "Project" folder just gives me blanks. What am I doing wrong? As a newbie's last wish, somebody shine some light on my problem. Thanks.
     
  2. MainMemory

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    The project files for the old disassembly require modification to edit Green Hill Zone properly. SonLVL can edit it with no problem, but a lot of objects will show up as "?" icons.
     
  3. LightXIII

    LightXIII

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    This is my last post, sigh. Your S2LVL doesn't work, My computer keeps telling me that "S2LVL has stopped working" every time I try to run it. I clicked on every link on your post about it and I can't get anything to work. Now I got a SonED program and this program and I've got no where. I'm NOT blaming you, I just been at this for several hours now and I'm frustrated. All I want to do is hack a Sonic game, give Sonic a spin dash add a loop to green hill zone and I've got nothing. SIGH (Not your fault, sir it's just I need step by step help and the guides don't do that)
     
  4. Travelsonic

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    I would also recommend as hex editors go FRHed - free, simple, easy to use.