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 on: Today at 08:44:21 AM 
Started by WF72 - Last post by P
Yes that's correct for "Maze Song". In kanji it would be: 迷路の歌

I'm not sure what a "Song Maze" is though?

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 on: Today at 08:39:22 AM 
Started by ImATrackMan - Last post by jensma
What the.. that looks like a $3 pirate cart.

Exact measurements would be nice. My design requires a salvaged MMC3 though. Is the game already dumped? Is it based on a mmc3 mapper?
I can do both versions, suitable for a famicom- and for a cc-cart.

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 on: Today at 08:15:07 AM 
Started by shoggoth80 - Last post by P
a PAL to NTSC box, would the same box allow me to run PAL exclusives on NES into an American TV?
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Anyone with insight into how a PAL game in an NTSC (with 10NES clipped) behaves?
Oh you are talking about NES now? You'd need a PAL NES to play PAL NES games correctly. Some PAL games may be identical to their NTSC version though (meaning they technically behaves incorrectly on their native system).

And yes a PAL<->NTSC converter should be enough to make a PAL NES system run on an NTSC TV (and the other way around too). Some converter boxes are bad quality though, so check reviews and such first.

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 on: Today at 08:05:12 AM 
Started by StJackie - Last post by mfm
Great seller, very fast shipping and he really makes an effort in solving any problems.  Starman

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 on: Today at 08:04:16 AM 
Started by aitsu124 - Last post by P
Error 24 means the file header is not where it's supposed to be. Maybe Tonkachi messed up the header for the file you edited.

What file did you edit? Was it a CHR file?

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 on: Today at 07:53:37 AM 
Started by Wanderer - Last post by P
"Older Famiclones" and "Newer Famiclones" is very vague. Now I don't know much about Famiclones and unlicensed games at all, but I'm assuming newer Famiclones are most often NOACs, and older Famiclones are similar to Dendy (old Dendy).

If this is true, then it sounds like PAL NOACs works like PAL NES when it comes to pitch and speed but not when it comes to the emphasis bits (Bubble Bobble FDS is red like it should).

Older Famiclones that are like Dendy however have correct pitch (unlike PAL NES) but still wrong speed like PAL NES, and the emphasis bits for red and green are swapped (Bubble Bobble FDS becomes green) also like PAL NES.


If you only talk about licensed games it wouldn't be a problem to determine what an NTSC game is, but yeah for unlicensed games there are no rules. I guess most bootlegs generally only has simpler hacks like more starting lives and sprite hacks and such though. Speed and pitch hacking is much harder to do, and bootleg companies doesn't seem to worry too much about "trivial" things such as gameplay speed and music that is out of key.

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 on: Today at 06:04:43 AM 
Started by cider - Last post by fcgamer
Hi my friend, you are a day late and a dollar short it seems.   Sad

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 on: Today at 05:10:50 AM 
Started by shoggoth80 - Last post by Yelir
Though like the movie you could consider it a mix of sci-fi and horror, you really need to put The Thing on thislist! One of my favorite PS2 games though most other picks are music/rhythm titles.  Gamer

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 on: Today at 04:56:56 AM 
Started by shoggoth80 - Last post by shoggoth80
It's not. Lol. Been ages since I played that. Buddy of mine had it. I remember it being pretty good.

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 on: Today at 04:46:19 AM 
Started by shoggoth80 - Last post by Jedi QuestMaster
I don't see Parasite Eve on that list.

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