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Some Fixed Legacy Hacks
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Disclaimer: I don't own any of these hacks, I've just modified them so people could play them in better emulators.

The Main part of this thread:

A Super Mario Thing: Demo's Journey


A collab made by the talkhaus community.

This is the newest fixed version which is now the official update of the hack.

Changes:
-fixes music (duh)
-expands the jukebox (now it can also play the OW songs)
-the main OW now has multiple songs (world 7 and 9 themes existed, but ended up being unused)
-adds another checkpoint in King Charles' Castle
Also fixes bugs such as:
-Boss Bass not increasing the Demo counter
-Muncher Boss' HP display
-World 5 castle cutscene (1.2 only bug)

Link


On a side note: the current version of the sequel, A2MT can be found here. Although it is still undergoing updates.




Also other stuff I've fixed:

The Second Reality Proect Reloaded


A classic hack made by FPI.

Now, there is a fixed version in the hacks section, but I was informed that the current release doesn't spawn sprites correctly in emulators such as BSNES which initialize RAM to random values (blame the ancient Spritetool), so I fixed it and here it is.
Link

Hyper 6


A really brutal japanese hack made by Haimari.

This is the first time this version is released publicly.
Link

Super Marina World


A japanese hack without custom sprites made by Kona.

Actually, this is just a repost and nothing has been changed :P.
Link

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Have you ever wanted to play ASMT on something better than ZSNES/Snes9x 1.51, or even on a real SNES?
oh and A2MT too
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This has no replies and this is the best thread of this years C3. Okay.

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Originally posted by Super Maks 64
Hyper 6


A really brutal japanese hack made by Haimari.

This is the first time this is released publicly.
Link

You sure about that?
I would consider that uploader (was it called Uploader X yet when it was at atpages.jp?) pretty public.
Originally posted by randomdude999
Originally posted by Super Maks 64
Hyper 6


A really brutal japanese hack made by Haimari.

This is the first time this is released publicly.
Link

You sure about that?
I would consider that uploader (was it called Uploader X yet when it was at atpages.jp?) pretty public.

I meant that this is the first time the fixed version has been released publicly. I've reworded the statement in the first post.



Also the main post has been updated with a release of a yet another legacy hack: A Super Mario Thing

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Have you ever wanted to play ASMT on something better than ZSNES/Snes9x 1.51, or even on a real SNES?
oh and A2MT too
Tag (div) was not opened.
The fixed ASMT and TSRPR should be submitted as updates.

Thank you for taking your time to fix these hacks.
♪♫♩♬
Can you please try to fix more hacks?
Nice! Maybe you should earn the fixme badge soon...

Never Give Up!
Reporting for you for this year’s E3. Catch it on 6:00 PM PHT.
A lot of battle royale games coming out smh
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