I'd also like to announce that I will be attempting to place a new ASM hack into the stage select screen that will display the name of the robot master at the bottom of the screen when you place the cursor on his panel. It will probably be a huge hassle, but meh, i'll enjoy doing it. ^_^
Wow, incredible work on it, messiaen! As far I see it's beta, because it turns into night from nowhere, but stil, it's an incredible work, it'd be amazing if you do what you've said about the intermediate states and the music.
Location: Porto Alegre, Brazil
I'm just waiting for the new version of Toad's Tool 64 to be released, which will have background editing. With this, I can complete the intermediate states, as I need more background variations. The night will bring also another small surprises. Perhaps mario will get sleepy and slower late at night .
How about some Mario Galaxy music in Mario 64 ?
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The 1992 All-Star teams have now been implemented into NBA Jam Old-School Edition! The hardest part of this was adding the 30th team, as NBA Jam Tournament Edition only has 29. Numerous assembly tweaks had to be made.
I know that these Eastern and Western Conference logos weren't used until 1994, but I couldn't find anything else suitable.
Features which are still incomplete:
14 more secret players, bringing the total to 60. Ideas, anyone?
A secret Jam team unlocked after beating all 27 teams (I haven't decided who to include as players)
Backboard shattering (This feature is proving to be a pain to re-implement, so don't be alarmed if it doesn't make the cut)
A few of the arcade's attract mode screens which didn't make it into the home versions (For instance, the version of the Starring screen seen in NBA Jam)