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FinalShroom81
Posted on 06-02-16 08:26 PM, in What language for hacking the 3DS? Link | #71356
Hello everyone of kuribo64. I am very new to this website as you can most likely tell from my profile. I am interested in hacking the 3DS. I was wondering if anyone knows what programming language is used for the 3DS? I have done some of my own research and found that most people would say C/C++. Is this true? An answer would be very appreciated.

FinalShroom81
Posted on 06-03-16 07:15 PM, in What language for hacking the 3DS? Link | #71396
Thank you for all answers!

FinalShroom81
Posted on 06-03-16 09:41 PM, in Ninjhax problems Link | #71406
So I have been Interested in developing for 3DS for a while now. I tried following the steps on the ninjhax website but when I got to the scan qr code part my 3DS just kept sending me to the main menu and saying that an error has occured and then it restarts. I put the Boot.3dsx file in the root of my SD card so there should not be a problem but for some reason there is. Any solutions?

FinalShroom81
Posted on 06-03-16 09:53 PM, in Ninjhax problems Link | #71408
Thank you KoopaKingdom

FinalShroom81
Posted on 06-04-16 01:53 PM, in Problems with SM64DS editor Link | #71435
I download this SM64DS editor and I have all the files. However there is no application file for me to launch so how do I use it? I also downloaded another editor for New super mario bros ds and it worked just fine.

FinalShroom81
Posted on 06-04-16 01:59 PM, in New super mario bros hacking Link | #71436
So I have recently got this editor for new super mario bros on ds. It works good so far but I was wondering if there are any tutorials or refrence on how to use the editor. The name of the editor is nsmb-editor-379. The name of the application itself is NSMBe5.

FinalShroom81
Posted on 06-28-16 01:13 PM, in First NSMBU texture hack! Link | #72495
The video was taken down but I think NWplayer's channel has been down for a while now however I am not too sure. Anyway the retextures looked cool from the thumbnail alone so you did good:)

FinalShroom81
Posted on 07-26-16 02:55 PM, in coding Languages for hacking games. Link | #74810
I know that C/C++ are good languages for hacking Nintendo games but are those the two ONLY languages that you can use? For example what if I wanted to use C# instead?

FinalShroom81
Posted on 08-18-16 04:58 PM, in Any good courses for C++? Link | #76248
So I have been wanting to make my own homebrew applications for the nintendo 3DS for a while now. The problem is there is not really many tutorials out there that teach how to do this kind of stuff. I have heard C++ is the go to language for hacking mario games and such. So do any of you happen to know any good online courses about C++? Right now I know a good amount about C# but that language really is not meant for hacking mario games or making homebrew applications.
Any answers?

FinalShroom81
Posted on 09-03-16 11:58 AM, in Use SNES Controller as PC gamepad Link | #76841
Cool program. I actually have some amount of experience with C#. I mostly use it in unity3D and Console applications. I don't have a lot of experience with windows forms applications though.

FinalShroom81
Posted on 09-08-16 04:05 PM, in (A New Adventure) New Super Mario Bros Wii Hack Link | #77036
What skills do we need to help you out with this project? I know C# and am currently learning some C++. If I can help in a programming way just let me know. Although I have never done in any rom hacking before so it will be a new experience.

FinalShroom81
Posted on 09-24-16 10:20 PM, in How to get started in game hacking and such. Link | #77965
Hello everyone. So for the past month I have been learning C++ programming for several reasons. The first is that I wanted a language that I can use for a variety of different projects. The second and most Important reason was that I wanted to get into some video game hacking. I first found out about kuribo64 when I was watching videos about this thing called super mario galaxy 2.5 project. This is one of the reasons I got into programming to begin with. To my dismay however I soon found out the project was cancelled and there was nothing I can do to help. That did not stop me though. I kept on learning programming languages and here I am now with C++. So I only one question for you all. How exactly do I get started with hacking nintendo games like mario and such?

FinalShroom81
Posted on 09-25-16 12:08 PM, in How to get started in game hacking and such. Link | #77978
Posted by MrRean
well in order to "hack" Mario games, look for existing tools. If you can't find any, study the formats yourself and document them, and then make a reader/writer.


What exactly do you mean by study the formats? The file formats perhaps? and if that is the case how would you go "study" a file format. Do you want me to look into the code and see how it is written or am I interpreting this wrong?

FinalShroom81
Posted on 10-22-16 01:36 PM, in 3D Mario NX / Switch Discussion Link | #79037
The mario game for the switch looks like it was made with the unreal engine to me. Honestly though, I don't know what tools nintendo uses to develop their games but I would really like to know.

FinalShroom81
Posted on 10-24-16 04:50 PM, in Game hacking for beginners Link | #79150
Hello everyone. I was wondering if any of you know any good beginner projects for Rom hacking. You know. Something easy that will show me the basics of this stuff. I am in a hurry so sorry for an undetailed question like this. Thank you for any responses.

FinalShroom81
Posted on 10-27-16 08:19 PM, in Game hacking for beginners Link | #79217
Thank you for all of the replies.

FinalShroom81
Posted on 10-27-16 08:27 PM, in AM I the only one who hates mario kart super circut for GBA? Link | #79218
I personally enjoyed mario kart super circuit but if you want more detail about my opinion on this game then you can check out a review on my youtube channel that I did a while back, only if you want of course. My youtube channel is on my kuribo64 profile page.

FinalShroom81
Posted on 10-29-16 04:27 PM, in What kind of skills do I need? Link | #79257
NSMB2 hacking has become quite popular in the past week. I was looking through the forums of kuribo64 and found multiple projects already in development. Most of these projects are asking for help from people. Commonly a C++ programmer. I have been learning C++ for a while now and I know how to use pointers, classes, functions/methods, etc. I really want to help out with these projects in development but two things stand in my way. I don't think I am at the skill level yet to professionally program in C++ and even if I was what would I need to know in order to help out. What I mean is API's and libraries. So as always I come with a question. As a C++ programmer on a team that is developing an NSMB2 hack, what would I need to know about C++? As in tools I would have to be familiar with to help develop.

FinalShroom81
Posted on 10-29-16 05:11 PM, in What kind of skills do I need? Link | #79264
know how it actually works, first. using c++ skills with no information how the game works is bleh.
What do you mean? Understanding memory management or something like that?

FinalShroom81
Posted on 10-30-16 08:00 PM, in What kind of skills do I need? Link | #79324
NSMB DS would be a good reference. See how that game handles things (look through the header files and code examples).
Sounds cool. Were can I find those code examples and header files?
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