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Re: Video Games That Have Been Fully Disassembled?

Posted: Thu Oct 18, 2018 12:46 am
by pwnskar
qalle wrote:
pwnskar wrote:I started to disassemble the first Batman game a while ago as an exercise
I appreciate your effort, but it's probably illegal to distribute a file that contains everything needed to assemble the complete game (Batman (U) [!].nes). For example, doppelganger's SMB disassembly, while still somewhat illegal, omits the CHR-ROM.
Thanks for pointing that out, it totally slipped my mind! I'll edit my post with an updated file. :)

Re: Video Games That Have Been Fully Disassembled?

Posted: Thu Oct 18, 2018 1:20 am
by CaH4e3
disassembling any ip already illegal by itself

Re: Video Games That Have Been Fully Disassembled?

Posted: Thu Oct 18, 2018 1:56 am
by pubby
CaH4e3 wrote:disassembling any ip already illegal by itself
???

The few precedents set regarding this (e.g. Sega v. Accolade) is that disassembling is fair use. Posting the code online however is not.