|File Name: ||Super Mario Hex |
|Submitted: ||24-06-2017, 14:30:32 by SudhirAnurag |
|Authors: ||SudhirAnurag |
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|Source Included: ||No |
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|Description: ||A hexadecimal hacking program that patches you ROM to do some limited functions given inside the application. |
It has mostly useful features that can be used to make the ROM behave like you want to. You can even revert the ROM back to original state by clicking on the "Revert ROM Back to Original State" button.
It has plenty of commands that will go directly to the ROM's hex and will edit it in no time.
So yeah, I don't really see the point of this tool.
You have 15 buttons to apply some hex edits into your ROM which seems way more roundabout that just applying patches with asar.
Also, having patches, even for minor hex edits, would generally allow for easier porting to a new ROM.
All in all, I can't see this tool as anything but limiting, as anything beyond these 15 minor hex edits still has to be patched with asar. The only thing I can take away from it is the undo button which granted is more difficult with asar but doesn't really warrant the roundabout way of doing it.
Lastly, just throwing it out there. If you really want a button controlled thing like this, I think it would be much better if you had a folder with asm patches and dynamically generated the buttons based on it's content. Though that alone still wouldn't make for enough of a reason to accept it.
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