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PostPosted: Mon Sep 12, 2005 6:13 pm 
Here's Mitsume ga Tooru:

http://i11.photobucket.com/albums/a151/ ... itsume.gif


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PostPosted: Tue Sep 13, 2005 3:07 am 
Tecmo Super Bowl was fun to do. Bankswitching and samples - yay! I think I got everything except for a single sound effect (track 47 in the NSF, which is silent). It's the sound effect generated by writing 0x0E to $0700.

http://i11.photobucket.com/albums/a151/ ... ecmosb.gif


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PostPosted: Tue Sep 13, 2005 8:02 am 
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Sorry for all the posts, but I believe I have fixed the Rollergames NSF. The music data is split across 2 banks so that's why half were missing in the previous rip. I added the samples as well.

Rollergames (fixed) - http://i11.photobucket.com/albums/a151/ ... rgames.gif

EDIT: The previous Rollergames fix I uploaded had incorrect initial bank data, so one of the samples wasn't being played correctly. I updated the NSF with the correct bank data so everything should work fine now.

Also, I ripped a bunch of Koei MMC5 games (all have their music code in the same format); however, none of these use the extra sound capabilities of the chip.

Aoki Ookami to Shiroku Mejika - Genchou Hishi - http://i11.photobucket.com/albums/a151/ ... enchou.gif
Dai Koukai Jidai (Uncharted Waters) - http://i11.photobucket.com/albums/a151/ ... ijidai.gif
L'Empereur - http://i11.photobucket.com/albums/a151/ ... pereur.gif
Nobunaga no Yabou - Bushou Fuun Roku - http://i11.photobucket.com/albums/a151/ ... bushou.gif
Royal Blood (Gemfire) - http://i11.photobucket.com/albums/a151/ ... lblood.gif


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I haven't had any luck in ripping any other NSFs on the request list. I did, however, manage to rip Wario's Woods.

http://i11.photobucket.com/albums/a151/ ... swoods.gif


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PostPosted: Fri Sep 16, 2005 12:11 am 
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Heh, maybe I'll have to modify my NSF player to play your GIF/ZIP NSFs directly. :) Why don't you just use normal zips and another free file host, like Ripway?

EDIT: I ran a few tracks in my NSF debugger and the only MMC5 activity was a single write of $00 to $5015. Why don't you clear the MMC5 sound bit in the NSF header? That would allow them to play on NSF players that don't support MMC5.


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PostPosted: Fri Sep 16, 2005 1:41 am 
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Yeah, I was just being lazy with the GIF/ZIP thing. I adhered to your suggestion and have come up with this:

kingshriek's NSF page

This page will list all the NSFs I have ripped or have been involved in ripping.

Also, I cleared the MMC5 bit in the Koei NSF's and re-uploaded them on the page above. Additionally, I filled in composer data that what left blank in some of my previous uploads. I will link to this page from now on for new NSF releases.

I should probably submit these to Zophar's some day.


Last edited by kingshriek on Sat Sep 17, 2005 1:49 am, edited 1 time in total.

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I got the Pipe Dream NSF working (problem was that I didn't initialize a pointer).

Pipe Dream

As for non-requested, previously unripped (as far as I know) NSFs, I also did:

Ice Hockey
Ice Hockey (FDS version)
Super Dodge Ball / Nekketsu Koukou - Dodgeball Bu
Whomp'Em / Saiyuuki World 2


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PostPosted: Sat Oct 01, 2005 4:52 am 
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First, let me just say that kingshriek is a true NES hero. Excellent work lately my friend! I've been waiting for some of the NSFs you've done this month since the very beginning of NSFs! So thank you for that.

Mitsume ga Tooru is one of the least known about excellent games on the system. Music included. Can't believe you made that one!

As for requests. I've noticed that there isn't a "Contra Force" NSF as of yet. This saddens me because the music in the game is trademark Konami gold.

Also, there is yet to be a Pinbot NSF.


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PostPosted: Sat Oct 01, 2005 6:10 pm 
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Aw. I already did Pipe Dream, Ice Hockey and Wario's Woods. Here is where my NSF rips currently reside: http://desnet.fobby.net/index.php?page=music
So no one goes to make a unneeded 2nd rip of those games :)
And yeah, Ski or Die and Skate or Die is also there.


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@Norrin_Radd: Thanks for the compliments. I'm happy that my NSFs are being enjoyed.

@Matrixz: Since, I've started ripping NSFs, I have learned that there are quite a bit more floating around out there than what's listed at Zophar's. Other NSFs I know I've duplicated are Kick Master and Laser Invasion (listed as Gun Sight at ZD). Thanks for the heads up on your NSF page - I'll make sure not to duplicate anything else on there.

As for requests, I have one. Although it's not exactly an NSF request, it being fulfilled will lead to an NSF. Lately, I've been looking at Cleopatra no Mahou. It has the same music format as Nakayama Miho's Tokimeki High School (which I've done), so it shouldn't be hard once I have all the data necessary. But this is where the problem lies.

Like many FDS games, the music is split across a lot of banks (Tokimeki High School had 9!), and for each bank, an address (for init) needs to be written explicitly. To find these, I basically have to play through the entire game - not an easy task when your Japanese is as poor as mine. For Tokimeki High School, I was able to find a guide/kouryaku, so it wasn't a problem. I've had no such luck with Cleopatra no Mahou. So if anyone has played through this game and can help me or can point me to a walkthrough, I'd greatly appreciate it.


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Dammit! If I knew any japanese I would totally help you out man. That is a lot of work for one man. If there is anything a totally japanese illiterate man can do to help, let me know what you need.

before you're fixed Rollergames NSF, I had to hook up my NES to my PCs audio line in, and record each levels music one at a time into wav files. That game gets mighty hard and frustrating toward the end too haha. I could have used the rom but level ones music was glitchy.

To summarize; I've been there dude, and it's definitely poops McGee.


I've noticed there is also no Super Cars NSF out there. Wicked music.


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kingshriek: I've noticed your NSF page has changed. When you click on the URL it asks you to DL a program :( .

Matrixz: I just checked out your page and I must say you've done some FINE work as well! You guys rock!


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That's weird. Hopefully the problem will be resolved soon. Until then, I've made an alternate, offline index.

kingshriek's NSF page alternate offline index


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Good news. I was able to finish the Cleopatra no Mahou NSF. From a brief analysis of the file system, I was able to retrieve the rest of the required address data and set up the proper NSF banks. Here it is:

Cleopatra no Mahou NSF


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Another Triumph my friend!

I love the Egyptian sound of this one a lot. I'm a total sucker for Egyptian instrumental music. Infact I bought the Mummy Soundtrack earlier today, how odd.

Any others on the go kingshriek?


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