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The [:Super Nintendo Entertainment System]or '''SNES''' is a 16-bit video game console based on the Western Design Center's 65c816 processor. The Super Nintendo utilized ROM cartridges for gameplay. In Japan the console was known as the '''Super Famicom'''.
Revision as of 18:06, 30 October 2005
The Super Nintendo Entertainment System or SNES is a 16-bit video game console based on the Western Design Center's 65c816 processor. The Super Nintendo utilized ROM cartridges for gameplay. In Japan the console was known as the Super Famicom.
More non-ROM hacking specific information can be found at Wikipedia's Super Nintendo Entertainment System#Technical_specifications article.
The following emulators are versions of popular SNES emulators modified with debugging capabilities, perfect for ROM hacking.
- Meradrin's ZSNES designed for the Final Fantasy VI French translation by Final Translation adds a debugger, break point and log.
- Returner's ZSNES (R-ZSNES)
- Geiger's SNES9x Tracer.
For more information on SNES emulators go to Zophar's Domain
ROM images are software copies of ROM cartridges that are created by using copier hardware.
A short list of SNES copiers (there are many more):
- Super Wild Card
- Super Magicom
- Super UFO Drive
- Super Pro Fighter Q
- Supercom Pro
- Supercom Partner
- Game Doctor SF
- Dragon Boy
SNES ROM images generally have the extension .SMC, though both .SFC and .FIG are also common. The .SMC format was supported by most copiers.