First of all, read the That hasn't been released yet part again. Thank you. Second, this post DOES have something to do with ROM hacking. It belongs in the NDS Rom hacking section, and I hope a moderator will replace this. Thank you. I know lots of people here are looking forward to this game (if not, look up some info and start looking forward). I have read some discussion and theory sites, and I came to the (early) conclusion that there is a chance that you won't have the abbility to explore worlds without a time limit, even after completing the game. There is this clock on your screen that lets you see how much time you have left to complete your mission (I think it's 24 min. every mission). I don't really know why the programmers made this, but hey, it's a brand new game, right? But not having the abbility to explore or return to world AFTER you complete the game really sucks. (It's still a rumor, I guess) My real question is: Will there be a way to hack the game so that the clock dissappears in the game (off the screen isn't really necessary, but a loop would be sweet.. so that if it reaches 0, it starts at 24 again.) And if this would be possible, how hard would it be? It would be cool to choose from 'Mission select' (lets pray this option excists) and start a mission where you can explore youre beautiful Twilight Town right in your hands, without this stressing timer. I know it's really hard or in theory impossible to discuss hacking a game that hasn't come out yet, but maybe someone has already done this on a game or knows the chances. And to all the flaming guys (luckily, there aren't that much on GBAtemp ), I promiss I won't use this function in my first playthrough 'cause it will destroy the gameplay. I just switch off my DS when it reaches 0. EDIT: And before people start saying maybe you should do it yourself, I admit I have zero knowledge of programming. The only thing I know is a hex editor. But I have seen people hacking zelda for button use, so I thought that maybe a loop could be build in the game, which lets the timer never ends.