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PostPosted: Tue Oct 18, 2005 6:43 pm 
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I've got some more rips for everyone. I decided to go ahead and do Bakushou everything.

Ankoku Shinwa - Yamato Takeru Densetsu NSF
Bakushou!! Jinsei Gekijou NSF
Bakushou! Star Monomane Shitennou NSF
Bakushou Ai no Gekijou NSF
Bakushou Jinsei Gekijou 2 NSF
Bakushou Jinsei Gekijou 3 NSF

Also, NARC is bizzare. The game appears to be constantly pushing stuff on the stack without pulling, making it a real pain to get entry points for the init/play routines. I've pretty much given up on ripping the NSF.


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PostPosted: Wed Oct 19, 2005 2:02 am 
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Bakushou insanity!

Nicely done with these man! This is a major contribution to the NSF scene!

Ankoku Shinwa was a total suprise hit! Check out tracks 8 and 12 for some wicked 5/4 groove. I love hearing that sort of stuff on the NES.

Bakushou! Star Monomane Shitennou - Check out track 20, lots of character. 8)


After listening to the Over Horizon NSF ripped by Kevin Horton, I decided to check out some other Hot-B games, and a lot of them don't have NSFs yet either. Some are good, but other are eck! None are as good as Over Horizon.

1. Black Bass 2, The (Hot-B) Average music
2. Blue Marlin, The (Hot-B) Cooler music than a fishing game should have.
3. Hoshi o Miru Hito (Hot-B) Ripped by Gil_Galad
4. Palamedes (Hot-B) Ripped by kingshriek
5. Palamedes 2 - Star Twinkles (Hot-B) Ripped by kingshriek
6. Shingen the Ruler (Hot-B) Cool tunes for the most part.
7. Takeda Shingen (Hot-B) Tha jp prequel. Decent tunes.

Others:

1. Adventures of Tom Sawyer (Seta -1989) Catchy tunes.
2. Castle of Dragon (Seta - 1989) Ripped by kingshriek
3. Formula 1: Built to win (seta - 1990) Average
4. Uturun Desu (Takara - 1991) Bizzare game.
5. Triathron (K-Amusement) Spelling "Triathron" on the title screen
6. Gorby no Pipeline Dai Sakusen (Tokuma Shoten - 1991) Cool puzzler
7. Majaventure - Mahjong Senki (Tokuma Shoten - 1990) VERY RAD MUSIC
8. Captain Silver (Tokuma Shoten - 1988) Decent tunes.
9. Castelian (Storm\Triffix) All ready ripped
10. Super Dynamix Badminton (VAP -1988) one of my favorite games EVER.

Again, tell me if this is annoying.


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Hoshi Wo Miru Hito is already ripped by myself and I'm quite sure Castelian is as well under a different name, I can't think of it right now. I have 2 games ripped.


http://www.geocities.com/gil_galad75200 ... seball.zip

http://www.geocities.com/gil_galad75200 ... _davey.zip


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 Post subject: Need help with an NSF.
PostPosted: Wed Oct 19, 2005 5:57 pm 
Hi. SDC here. First time poster and requester. I need help with a certain NSF.

See, I have the entire collection of "Capcom-Disney" related nes NSF files except for one.

Chip&Dale Rescue Rangers 2, which is a milestone in itself being Capcom's last NES game if I recall someone's info...
Now here's my problem...I know the zip is up on Zophar's and all over the net, but when i try to play it, even with all the best plugins and players, I get NO SOUND despite the fact that it plays all other NSF files without a flaw. Is the file corrupted? I have no clue.

So, if anyone is out there, please help this old timer out. I would like this rip done so my collection would be complete. I would be beyond eternally grateful for anyone to do this for me. I shall keep my fingers crossed.


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PostPosted: Wed Oct 19, 2005 6:23 pm 
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Yeah, Castelian is ripped. Its Japanese name is Kyoro Chan Land.

I've got some more rips:

American Dream NSF
Castle of Dragon NSF
Game Party NSF
Ganbare Goemon Gaiden 2 - Tenka no Zaihou NSF
Masuzoe Youichi - Asa Made Famicom NSF
Palamedes NSF
Palamedes 2 - Star Twinkles NSF


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PostPosted: Wed Oct 19, 2005 6:57 pm 
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Chip n Dales Rescue Rangers 2 works in Nesten and GNSF.


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PostPosted: Wed Oct 19, 2005 7:08 pm 
I have already tried them both. Not even a tune comes out. I'm certain the file is corrupted.


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For the Chip & Dale 2 NSF at Zophar's, the init address is off by one, so the NSF will only work on players that ignore invalid opcodes. The fix is simple - change the init address from $8003 to $8004 (open the NSF in a hex editor and change the 11th byte from 03 to 04).


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PostPosted: Wed Oct 19, 2005 8:38 pm 
King, it worked.

What you have just done for me, a merely trifling thank you is not enough...

You have earned my eternal gratitude. Now and forever. Many million thanks....


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PostPosted: Wed Oct 19, 2005 8:50 pm 
My eternal joy aside, I would like to request a NSF file of Bugs Bunny's Birthday Blowout. Nice tunes and nice game in my collection if I recall.

There you go. :)


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PostPosted: Wed Oct 19, 2005 11:23 pm 
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I have just updated my site with tons of NSF's. Here is the list of them here. I'm too lazy to link them all so I will give you the link to my site or you click the WWW button.

16 Mahjang
1991 Du Ma Racing
89 Dennou Kyuusei Urani
All One Famimaga Disk Vol. 3 FDS
AV Card Game
AV Pachi Slot
AV Poker
AV Soccer
Bikkuriman World Gekitou Sei
Bo Jackson Baseball
Circus Caper
Date de Blackjack
Day Dreamin Davey
Family Jockey
Family Trainer Rairai Kyonshiizu
Godzilla
Great Battle Cyber
Hello Kitty no Ohanabatake
King's Quest V
Hirake Ponkikki
Hong Kong Famimaga Disk Vol.1 FDS
Honoo no Toukyuuji Dodge Danpei 1
Honoo no Toukyuuji Dodge Danpei 2
Kanshakudama Nage Kantaro
Kobayashi Hitomi no Hold Up FDS
Lengend of Prince Valiant
Marvel's X-Men
Mushashi no Ken Tadaima Shugyou
Navy Blue
Oboccochama Kun
Paperboy
Puzslot
Sesame Street 123
Shin Samurai Spirits 2
Side Pocket
Tecmo Cup Soccer Game
Tetris 2
Tetsudou Ou Famicom Boardgame
Untouchables
Wait and See
WCW World Championship Wrestling
World Champ

This is about all the NSF's I have. I have a few more though. Enjoy.

http://gilgalad.panicus.org/


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 Post subject: Nsf Requests
PostPosted: Thu Oct 20, 2005 1:17 am 
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Hello All,

Can I please have a request for nsf soundtracks for these games.

Dance Aerobics
World Class Track Meet
The Karate Kid
Slalom

Also if somebody can send me nsfs of both Hook and Renegade, because the ones at Zophar's site doesn't play right as it is garbled up.

I appreciate any help you folks can give me.

Thank you so much in advance.

Chris


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The list has been moved to page 13.

http://nesdev.com/bbs/viewtopic.php?t=115&start=180


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Kingshriek has the Family Trainer games ripped on his page, which includes the Japanese versions of Dance Aerobics and World Class Track Meet. Look for "Family Trainer - Aerobics Studio" and "Family Trainer - Running Stadium".

Kevin Horton's nsf collection has a Karate Kid nsf. Under the LJN folder. Dunno why it isn't available on Zophar's. Koitsu has a link to it in the "Zophar's NSF section is down" thread below.


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I've been considering buying the Dance Aerobics game. It just seems like the sillyest game of all time. And I do have the Powerpad. Who needs DDR when you got Dance Aerobics, right?

Kind of off topic but, have any of you ever played Ikinari Musician for Famicom ? It's a game that lets you play lead solo's over back up music tracks. check it out, it's really fun.


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