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ROM Address Length Type Description Details
$008000 85 bytes ASM This is the starting address for YI. This takes care of basic initialization such as disabling IRQ, HDMA, DMA, clearing the SPC ports, enabling F-blank, disabling emulation mode, disabling decimal mode, initializing the direct page, and setting up the stack, among other things.
$0080F8 56 bytes Debug Routine used for frame advance debug code. Enabled by tweak at $0080F7. See details for controls. Controls
$00816A 207 bytes Pointer Gamemode subroutine table, 3 bytes per entry.
$008275 2 bytes Empty Empty (filled with FF)
$008288 35 bytes Subroutine JSL to copy a block of memory into RAM.

Input:
A: Size of the block
$20-$22: RAM Destination
$23-$25: DMA Source
$0082D0 19 bytes ASM Copies SPC program
$0083CD 34 bytes Subroutine Subroutine that handles fading effects.
$00841F 140 bytes Subroutine Music uploader subroutine
$00851C 16 bytes Music Item-Denial table for each music track: $01-$7F: disable items, $00 and $80-$FF: enable items
$008543 142 bytes ASM Music uploader controller
$0085D2 10 bytes Subroutine Subroutine that plays sound effects
$00B039 768 bytes Graphics List of sprite GFX file numbers (1 byte each) that make up each sprite set (6 files per set).
$00BFF6 10 bytes Empty Empty (filled with FF)
$00DE44 35 bytes Super FX Calls a Super FX routine, Register X = Bank, Register A = Address
$00E101 37 bytes Subroutine Kill Yoshi Subroutine. This one kills Yoshi as he was killed by lava. Note that this routine is copied into RAM so jump to $7EE101 if GSU is active.
$00E10F is Yoshi's initial Y speed in the death animation.
$00E0FD (4 bytes) is the X speed Yoshi has got in the death animation, for facing right and left.
$00E552 1024 bytes Table Lookup table for function y = 1/x, copied into $702200-$7025FF (Used by GSU to divide. It does not have a hardware divide so this lookup table is used instead)
$00F7A9 2039 bytes Empty Empty (filled with FF)
$00FFA0 5 bytes Misc. ROM build date and time. On a U 1.0 ROM, it's 11:19 am on July 31st, 1995
$00FFA5 11 bytes Empty Empty (filled with FF)
$00FFB0 2 bytes Misc. ROM registration: Maker code (ASCII): "01" (Nintendo)
$00FFB2 4 bytes Misc. ROM registration: Game code (ASCII): "YI  "
$00FFB6 6 bytes Misc. ROM registration: reserved (all $00)
$00FFBC 1 byte Misc. ROM registration: Expansion FLASH Size ($00 = none)
$00FFBD 1 byte Misc. ROM registration: Super FX RAM size ($05 = 32KB)
$00FFBE 1 byte Misc. ROM registration: Special version ($00 = not special)
$00FFBF 1 byte Misc. ROM registration: Chipset sub-type ($00)
$00FFC0 21 bytes Misc. ROM header: Cartridge title (ASCII): "YOSHI'S ISLAND       "
$00FFD5 1 byte Misc. ROM header: ROM Makeup ($20 = LoROM)
$00FFD6 1 byte Misc. ROM header: Chipset ($15 = ROM + SuperFX + RAM + SRAM)
$00FFD7 1 byte Misc. ROM header: ROM size ($0B = 2MB)
$00FFD8 1 byte Misc. ROM header: SRAM size
$00FFD9 1 byte Misc. ROM header: Region ($01 = NTSC)
$00FFDA 1 byte Misc. ROM header: $33 (fixed value)
$00FFDB 1 byte Misc. ROM header: Version ($00 = 1.0)
$00FFDC 2 bytes Misc. ROM header: Checksum complement (inverted bits)
$00FFDE 2 bytes Misc. ROM header: Checksum
$00FFE0 4 bytes Misc. 2 unused native vectors
$00FFE4 2 bytes Misc. Native COP vector (unused)
$00FFE6 2 bytes Misc. Native BRK vector (unused)
$00FFE8 2 bytes Misc. Native ABORT vector (unused)
$00FFEA 2 bytes Misc. Native NMI vector (vblank)
$00FFEC 2 bytes Misc. Native RESET vector (unused)
$00FFEE 2 bytes Misc. Native IRQ vector
$00FFF0 4 bytes Misc. 2 unused emulation vectors
$00FFF4 2 bytes Misc. Emulation COP vector (unused)
$00FFF6 2 bytes Misc. Emulation BRK vector (unused)
$00FFF8 2 bytes Misc. Emulation ABORT vector (unused)
$00FFFA 2 bytes Misc. Emulation NMI vector (unused)
$00FFFC 2 bytes Misc. Emulation RESET vector
$00FFFE 2 bytes Misc. Emulation IRQ vector (unused)
$028000 72 bytes Sprite Palette Yoshi colors used in-level. Arranged by translevel number.
$02FFD7 41 bytes Empty Empty (filled with FF)
$038000 1326 bytes Pointer Long pointers to sprite init routines in sprite ID order ($000 - $1B9)
$03852E 1326 bytes Pointer Long pointers to sprite main routines in sprite ID order ($000 - $1B9)
$038A5C 1326 bytes Pointer Long pointers to sprite head bop routines in sprite ID order ($000 - $1B9)
$038F8A 1326 bytes Pointer Long pointers to sprite riding Yoshi routines in sprite ID order ($000 - $1B9)
$03A364 300 bytes Subroutine Subroutine that spawns sprites
$03FEEE 274 bytes Empty Empty (filled with FF)
$0489B8 8 bytes Sprite Palette Shy Guy Colors (Green, Red, Yellow, Pink)
$04AC9C 29 bytes Subroutine Kill Yoshi Subroutine. This one kills Yoshi as he was killed by a spike.
$05C6FD 16 bytes Misc. Table of '?' bucket rotation effects
$05FFC4 60 bytes Empty Empty (filled with FF)
$06FEAA 342 bytes Empty Empty (filled with FF)
$07FF47 185 bytes Empty Empty (filled with FF)
$089FD0 48 bytes Empty Empty (filled with 01)
$09AF70 206 bytes Empty Empty (filled with 01)
$09EDCE 624 bytes Empty Empty (filled with 01)
$09F18F 687 bytes Empty Empty (filled with 01)
$0AEC2B 4 bytes Player Physics Yoshi max speed for acceleration to apply, for right and left.
$0B9787 121 bytes Empty Empty (filled with 01)
$0BF3B7 3145 bytes Empty Empty (filled with FF)
$0CDACA 24 bytes Sprite Palette Color of Kamek's first magic spell; 2 bytes per boss battle.
$0CDAE2 24 bytes Sprite Palette Color of Kamek's second magic spell; 2 bytes per boss battle.
$0CDAFA 12 bytes Music Music value used for each boss battle: $0A is x-4 boss music (or for level header music setting 7 or 8, $0A becomes the longer intro used in piranha & raven), and $0C is x-8 boss music
$0CFF69 151 bytes Empty Empty (filled with FF)
$0DFC83 893 bytes Empty Empty (filled with FF)
$0EA131 7 bytes Subroutine Barney Bubble init subroutine
$0EFF82 126 bytes Empty Empty (filled with FF)
$0FE056 6058 bytes Empty Empty (filled with FF)
$0FFC80 896 bytes Misc. Tilemap Tilemap for the Title Screen logo
$108B05 16 bytes Level Data Table (one byte entries):
The number of bits to copy for each piece of variable-sized header information, in level header order. The final $00 marks the end. Used by $108B15.
$108B15 72 bytes Subroutine Level header decompression routine: copies variable-sized pieces of header data into separate addresses in RAM starting at $7E0134
$11B0FB 4 bytes Bandit Mini-Game Table of distances that the Gather Coins cannon rotates
$11B0FF 4 bytes Bandit Mini-Game Table of distances that the Gather Coins cannon and platform will move along the white track
$11B103 4 bytes Bandit Mini-Game Table of speeds that the Gather Coins cannon rotates
$15FFD3 45 bytes Empty Empty (filled with FF)
$1681C7 766 bytes Level Data Level $00: object data
$17B781 384 bytes Map X-coordinates for checkpoints along Yoshi's walking path after beating a level; 8 bytes per level
$17B901 384 bytes Map Y-coordinates for checkpoints along Yoshi's walking path after beating a level; 8 bytes per level
$17BDAE 16 bytes Map X-coordinates of each Yoshi on the world 1 map
$17BDBE 16 bytes Map X-coordinates of each Yoshi on the world 2 map
$17BDCE 16 bytes Map X-coordinates of each Yoshi on the world 3 map
$17BDDE 16 bytes Map X-coordinates of each Yoshi on the world 4 map
$17BDEE 16 bytes Map X-coordinates of each Yoshi on the world 5 map
$17BDFE 16 bytes Map X-coordinates of each Yoshi on the world 6 map
$17BE0E 16 bytes Map Y-coordinates of each Yoshi on the world 1 map
$17BE1E 16 bytes Map Y-coordinates of each Yoshi on the world 2 map
$17BE2E 16 bytes Map Y-coordinates of each Yoshi on the world 3 map
$17BE3E 16 bytes Map Y-coordinates of each Yoshi on the world 4 map
$17BE4E 16 bytes Map Y-coordinates of each Yoshi on the world 5 map
$17BE5E 16 bytes Map Y-coordinates of each Yoshi on the world 6 map
$17E18E 10 bytes Map (X, X, Y, B, A) Button sequence that unlocks the Mini-Battle menu
$17F7C3 1332 bytes Level Data Level data long pointers, two per level, in translevel ID order ($00-$DD):
First is header/object/screen exit (all in one)
Second is sprite data
$18B3F2 74280 bytes Layer 1 Tilemap MAP16 page tables: data is word-sized SNES VRAM tilemap, split up into pages $00-$A7 and then further into 8-byte (4-word) chunks representing a single 16x16 tile (4 8x8 entries together)
$20B0B6 15992 bytes Sound Effect Waves crashing on island (BRR)
$20EF2F 2339 bytes Sound Effect Seagulls on island (BRR)
$21B3FB 19461 bytes Empty Empty (filled with FF)
$229333 682 bytes Text Intro cutscene message box text:

"This paradise is Yoshi's Island, where all the Yoshies live. They are all in an uproar over the baby that fell from the sky. Wait! The baby seems to know where he wants to go. The bonds between the twins informs each of them where the other one is. The Yoshies decide to carry the baby to his destination via a relay system. Now begins a new adventure for the Yoshies and Baby Mario."
$229825 140 bytes Text "Hovering Jump" message box text (from Welcome level)
$2298C7 225 bytes Text "Making Eggs" message box text (from level 1-1)
$22C20B 38 bytes Text "Try this stage again?" text
$22C248 47 bytes Text "Restart from the middle ring?" text
$22D348 44216 bytes Empty Empty (filled with FF)
$248000 32768 bytes Graphics Uncompressed tile graphics, 4bpp, 32 bytes per 8x8 tile, 1024 tiles
$258000 32768 bytes Graphics Uncompressed tile graphics, 4bpp, 32 bytes per 8x8 tile, 1024 tiles
$268000 32768 bytes Graphics Block of two 256x128 Super FX bitmaps, separated by high & low nibble (map screen icons)
$278000 16384 bytes Graphics Block of two 256x64 Super FX bitmaps, separated by high & low nibble (selection screen & bonus screen icons)
$27C000 16384 bytes Graphics Uncompressed tile graphics, 4bpp, 32 bytes per 8x8 tile, 512 tiles
$288000 32768 bytes Graphics Block of two 256x128 Super FX bitmaps, separated by high & low nibble
$298000 32768 bytes Graphics Block of two 256x128 Super FX bitmaps, separated by high & low nibble
$2A8000 32768 bytes Graphics Block of two 256x128 Super FX bitmaps, separated by high & low nibble
$2B8000 32768 bytes Graphics Block of two 256x128 Super FX bitmaps, separated by high & low nibble
$2C8000 32768 bytes Graphics Block of two 256x128 Super FX bitmaps, separated by high & low nibble (mostly island cutscene)
$2D8000 26624 bytes Graphics Uncompressed tile graphics, 2bpp, 16 bytes per 8x8 tile, 1664 tiles
$2DE800 6144 bytes Graphics Uncompressed tile graphics, 4bpp, 32 bytes per 8x8 tile, 192 tiles
$2E8000 15360 bytes Graphics Block of two 256x60 Super FX bitmaps, separated by high & low nibble (French & German icon graphics)
$2EBC00 3305 bytes Graphics LC_LZ1 file $000: 4bpp, 4kb
$2EC8E9 3186 bytes Graphics LC_LZ1 file $001: 4bpp, 4kb
$2ED55B 3289 bytes Graphics LC_LZ1 file $002: 4bpp, 4kb
$2EE234 3191 bytes Graphics LC_LZ1 file $003: 4bpp, 4kb
$2EEEAB 2638 bytes Graphics LC_LZ1 file $004: 4bpp, 4kb
$2EF8F9 2419 bytes Graphics LC_LZ1 file $005: 4bpp, 4kb
$2F826C 2892 bytes Graphics LC_LZ1 file $006: 4bpp, 4kb
$2F8DB8 2970 bytes Graphics LC_LZ1 file $007: 4bpp, 4kb
$2F9952 3096 bytes Graphics LC_LZ1 file $008: 4bpp, 4kb
$2FA56A 2401 bytes Graphics LC_LZ1 file $009: 4bpp, 4kb
$2FAECB 2789 bytes Graphics LC_LZ1 file $00A: 4bpp, 4kb
$2FB9B0 2241 bytes Graphics LC_LZ1 file $00B: 4bpp, 4kb
$2FC271 3120 bytes Graphics LC_LZ1 file $00C: 4bpp, 4kb
$2FCEA1 3353 bytes Graphics LC_LZ1 file $00D: 4bpp, 4kb
$2FDBBA 3232 bytes Graphics LC_LZ1 file $00E: 4bpp, 4kb
$2FE85A 2925 bytes Graphics LC_LZ1 file $00F: 4bpp, 4kb
$2FF3C7 1175 bytes Graphics LC_LZ1 file $010: 2bpp, 2kb
$2FF85E 1420 bytes Graphics LC_LZ1 file $011: 2bpp, 2kb
$2FFDEA 1139 bytes Graphics LC_LZ1 file $012: 2bpp, 2kb
$30825D 388 bytes Graphics LC_LZ1 file $013: 2bpp, 2kb
$3083E1 1269 bytes Graphics LC_LZ1 file $014: 2bpp, 2kb
$3088D6 911 bytes Graphics LC_LZ1 file $015: 2bpp, 2kb
$308C65 872 bytes Graphics LC_LZ1 file $016: 2bpp, 2kb
$308FCD 1300 bytes Graphics LC_LZ1 file $017: 2bpp, 2kb
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