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Discussion in 'NDS - ROM Hacking and Translations' started by Orengefox, Nov 15, 2010.
sweet, looks like an update from what you made on Jul. Will try now!
you should help out the guy who did new super mario bros 3
I'll have to try this out
Awesome hack. Thanks =) Glad to hear the SMB 3 overworld theme.
what's the song name on the sky place?
I don't understand hie tutorial, not even an english guy understands it, when someone would make a better tutorial for "noobs"...
However, when someone makes a better tutorial, I'm forced to change my whole hack!
You got a PM
It works on NSMB3 as far as I can tell, just do the method where you replace the soundata.sdat file with NSMBe (editor). Otherwise, it will replace other things beside the music, like the custom NSMB3 tiles, which breaks the game. And it still messes up the icon to look like a purple-blue mess. But whatever. I'm fine with it cause the music is cool.
I'm to dumb for the tutrial
But ok, I'll wait for your final post^^
Thanks for answering my question!
SKJmin, edit your custom with the original music!
Download my patch, patch your own rom, downloadthe editor, try yourseld
Dude, it's pretty hard you know, I'm not skilled enough for this
But you can try it for me
I can not put it in the rom nsmb3.
I have tryed with super mario editor, but this not work
ok, really. Download Orengefox's stuff, get the NSMBe, open up NSMBeditor, select your NSMB3 rom, select File Browser at the top, click the + next to Filesystem, click the + next to Files, click on the sound_data.sdat, when it is highlighted, click Replace File at the bottom of the NSMBe window, navigate to wherever Orengefox's files are, and you should see the sound_data.sdat file. Click on it, when it is highlighted, click open. It will replace the file after a few seconds. Some of the letters and numbers above the Replace File, Hex Edit, and LZ Compress will change. But yeah, after you click Open, wait a sec, then it should replace it. Close the editor and play the ROM. the easiest way to tell if it worked it to go in a level and jump around. The jump sound will be replaced. Also, the Underground music is easy to spot. If you are on NSMB3, go to W1-5, an underground level. If the music is not changed there is no hope for you.
P.S. You might have to extract Orengefox's files from the .rar archive with winrar or 7-zip. Also, yes, I know that the first sentence of this post is a bit long. (SKJmin, you might as well try this too--I made it as dummy-proof as possible so it should be easy).
works very well in the hack of Skjmin and thanks for the songs Orangefox
I am very pleased with your work!! I think that this is a great addition to the NSMB hacks as the current NSMB music doesn't suit hacks in someways in my opinion. If this is not as difficult as i think it is, I will surely give it a try and add my own music if I can.
Wow nice work. You should contact SKJmin about his New Super Mario Bros. 3 hack, I would be very happy if you two would work together and make a complete NSMB3 hack with music!
I was gonna say the same thing! Just help him with it and then the hack can be complete!!