I'm not sure if I should do this as my third (I believe) experience of NDS hacking, as my previous exploits are limited to Pokemon Pearl and Pokemon White, but I'm going to anyway. Tell me if this is bad. As an attempt to increase my ability to hack DS Roms, I'm going to try and hack what is - presumably - an untouched game, due to it's lack of popularity. Henry Hatsworth in the Puzzling Adventure is it's name. Now, I'm not sure if this is even possible as it was made by EA and we know what they're like with piracy protection, but due to it's age and it being from the "Golden years" of EA, as well as it being handled by a sub-company of EA I'm going to try anyway. My first goal is to attempt to extract some music and / or sprites, which is from what I gather the simplest thing I can do, really. Once this is done, there should be an amount of understanding about the filesystem of the game, which could allow me / us to delve deeper into exploring the game. The ultimate end-goal I envision is to get this so far that I get a lawsuit from EA get it so we have working, if basic, tools to edit and extract sprites, perhaps edit text or even levels. Would be a fun little side-project for a group to take on, no?