DS #1138: Suujin Taisen (Japan)

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Jun 12, 2007
  1. shaunj66
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    ^^ndsrelease-1811^^
     
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    Suujin Taisen gives players numeric pipe pieces they need to chain together. The longer the chain the more points you earn. It gets more complicated because you alternate taking turns with another player either the CPU or an opponent through Nintendo Wi-Fi.

    Might be worth a play.
     
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    Looks complimacated..
     
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    Started off fairly easy but I got irritated with the CPU kicking my arse so gave up.

    Back to Puzzle League.
     
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    looks like crap =D
     
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    Sounds like great Wi-Fi fun [​IMG]
     
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    Looks like fun indeed !
    But my japanese is lousy: can someone get the translation pls
     
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    enough with the puzzles... [​IMG]
     
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    Word! [​IMG]
     
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    never enough puzzles....the more puzzles better chance of good quality ones. Gonna have to give this a thorough workout.
     
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    This game is fucking awesome! Can't stop playing it XD!
     
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    ok this game blows chunks of campells soup sandwich. It's not a brain burner like I thought but just place in ideal location to try to maximize points.
     
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    I don't see your point. You may play it a bit longer and it's gonna become a brain burner for sure. Great puzzle game which surely doesn't blow [​IMG].
     
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    OMG!!! This game R0xx0rz my B0xx0rz!!!!!!! [​IMG] [​IMG] [​IMG]
     
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    This has just been PROPER'd...

    for those of you comfortable using a hex editor, to change from cd1c0f26 (old) to ad52bbed (new):

    00F98C70-05 : 4E 75 6C 6C 70 6F => FF FF FF FF FF FF
     
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    I didn't quite get that.

    What are you saying kid? Speak up! [​IMG]

    Just kidding. But what does it mean, exactly? What you just said?
     
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    The old rom has the checksum cd1c0f26
    The new one has checksum ad52bbed

    If you have the old file, use a hex editor (I used UltraEdit) to change the bytes starting at the offset (in hex) 00F98C70 from

    4E 75 6C 6C 70 6F

    to

    FF FF FF FF FF FF

    and then you'll have the new file, without needing to re-download the new release. Just something I picked up by Googling, but given that I came here first and didn't see it I thought I'd post it here as well.

    EDIT: I should note that I'm using OfflineList and the ADVANsCEne NDS DAT, so I'm accepting that as the authority to what's been nuked and what hasn't. Sorry if none of this is very clear, I have the 'flu at the moment and my brain's not working very well.
     
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    I go by ADVANsCEne, too, so I'm trying to get mine fixed or find a fixed one, but...
    I already have F's there... I think...


    [​IMG]

    Is there an IPS patch I could use or something?

    My CRC32 is showing up in WinRAR as 1320D5A3. [​IMG]
     
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    Sorry, I haven't seen that before... usually a Google search on the checksum will throw up the release it came in, not in this case.

    Not sure I've ever seen IPS for NDS, only GBA.
     
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    I've patched a few NDS games before, but I finally managed to get a hold of the correct version of this one. Thanks!
     

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