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Discussion in 'GBAtemp & Scene News' started by Tempbot, Feb 25, 2011.
It's about time! Is this the one with the awesome header or did someone just inject a '25' sprite hack into this?
it's not an inject
Is there something special about this one?
all the coin blocks have 25 written on them instead of ?
Now to wait for the ROM so I can include this in my NES ROM collection
It also has a freaking epic banner.
Anyone extracted the rom for use with NES emulators yet or does anyone know how? I tried finding information to extract it but I could find the rom within the file.
Yup. It didn't take long to extract either.
the rom itself was leaked ages ago...guess the full VC wad was the only thing left to release
Can you explain how? I've been trying to extract it for a while (since I couldn't find a ROM). I've tried to, but I get an error message from FCEU-X stating that it doesn't support mapper #128.
As for getting it out, who knows.
As for getting the game itself, well let's just say if you found battle kid, you can find this as a nes rom
Super Mario Bros. (25 Anniversary Edition) (JU) IPS Patch
For those that are not needing the WAD release. Can be applied with PRG0 and PRG1 of stand-alone Super Mario Bros (JU).
It's in 00000001.app.
It needs to be decompressed using some type of LZ77 tool that can do it. Then it can be extracted through Hex Editor.
I've never done this before. How big should the resulting file be?
As big as Super Mario Bros.
Size: 40.0 KB (40,976 bytes)
Size on disk: 44.0 KB (45,056 bytes)
I tried that size. It gave me a grey screen. And Nestopia reports a CPU jam. Maybe because I'm using a bad LZ77 decompresser.
Oh well, I'll just use your IPS.
I installed the WAD, the game works, but I have one problem.
The channel name and the info (Released: XXXX, Platform: XXXX) doesn't show up. Anyone else getting this and how can I fix it?
I usually use Puyo Tools 1.0.7. If you ever try it again, you can compare it to a normal NES file. Most NES games start with NES in Hex, it's good to compare it off of for a reference.
I was using some random LZSS decompresser I found on the web. That was probably my issue.
And yeah, I was doing the hex extracting correctly.
... It's awful !
Super Mario All-Stars is the better version of this game.