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$009F37 by torzod
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Address Length Type Description Submitter
$009F37 1 byte Timer Number of frames the "mosaic" effect is displayed for. Does not seem to affect how pixelated the screen becomes.
setting to $00 seems to break it, leaving the screen black or frozen for extended periods of time.
Rejected due to inaccuracy.

ROM address $009F37 is not a timer, it is an opcode. There is a RAM address at $009F38 that is used as a timer, but the "timer" designation in the ROM Map means "time setting for some process" (i.e. how long to shake the screen, how long until Dry Bones gets up, that sort of thing), and are discrete values in the ROM.
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Forum Index - Valley of Bowser - Moderation Questions - ROM Map - $009F37 by torzod

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