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== General Notes ==
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=== Basic Program Flow: $062F/$0637 ===
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One part of the NMI handler is designated to jump to a subroutine whose address is stored in $0637-9 (and gets transfered to $62F-31 before jumping there). The subroutines that are executed this way are the ones that handle the general flow of the program, so if you want to change bigger parts of the "game", go there.
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One of these Subroutine generally sets up the addresss for the next one in $0637-9, so it is executed during the next NMI. Here is a flow chart for the program start.
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(I don't know how far I will expand this)
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First column contains the address of the Subroutine that gets executed ("Destination Address"), the second column is for a short explanation of it's purpose, the third column contains which next Subroutine it sets up and the fourth column contains the address of the first byte where the next subroutine is set up (go there for changing).
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| Destntn.| Purpose of the Subroutine                                          |  Next  | Address |
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| Address |                                                                    | Subrout.|  Setup  |
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|---------+---------------------------------------------------------------------+---------+---------|
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|(80/8F7D)| ROM START - NOT EXECUTED VIA NMI                                    | 94/8000 | 80/907B |
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| 94/8000 | Title Screen: Setup Graphics and Music                              | 94/8111 | 94/80BE |
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| 94/8111 | Title Screen: Wait between fade in and Nintendo Logo                | 94/8131 | 94/8121 |
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| 94/8131 | Title Screen: Nintendo Logo Appearance                              | 94/81A0 | 94/8190 |
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| 94/81A0 | Title Screen: Nintendo Logo Bling-Bling                            | 94/821E | 94/8210 |
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| 94/821E | Title Screen: Wait between Bling-Bling and Fade to White            | 94/8237 | 94/8229 |
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| 94/8237 | Title Screen: Fade to White                                        | 94/828A | 94/827B |
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| 94/828A | Title Screen: ?                                                    | 94/82CA | 94/82BC |
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| 94/82CA | Title Screen: ?                                                    | 94/8366 | 94/82EC |
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| 94/8366 | Title Screen: ?                                                    | 94/83E4 | 94/83D6 |
  
 
== One Byte Hacks ==
 
== One Byte Hacks ==
  
If you want to change the world with just one byte. Here are the addresses where to change and the result.
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If you want to change the world with just one byte. Here are the addresses where to change and the result. If you want to look up the things in a log file or in the ROM Map here, use "Address in ROM" for orientation. "Address in Hex" helps when you look into the ROM with a Hex Editor.
  
 
  | Address | Address | Stndd.| Effect                                                      |
 
  | Address | Address | Stndd.| Effect                                                      |

Revision as of 09:14, 8 March 2017

General Notes

Basic Program Flow: $062F/$0637

One part of the NMI handler is designated to jump to a subroutine whose address is stored in $0637-9 (and gets transfered to $62F-31 before jumping there). The subroutines that are executed this way are the ones that handle the general flow of the program, so if you want to change bigger parts of the "game", go there.

One of these Subroutine generally sets up the addresss for the next one in $0637-9, so it is executed during the next NMI. Here is a flow chart for the program start.

(I don't know how far I will expand this)

First column contains the address of the Subroutine that gets executed ("Destination Address"), the second column is for a short explanation of it's purpose, the third column contains which next Subroutine it sets up and the fourth column contains the address of the first byte where the next subroutine is set up (go there for changing).

| Destntn.| Purpose of the Subroutine                                           |  Next   | Address | 
| Address |                                                                     | Subrout.|  Setup  |
|---------+---------------------------------------------------------------------+---------+---------|
|(80/8F7D)| ROM START - NOT EXECUTED VIA NMI                                    | 94/8000 | 80/907B |
| 94/8000 | Title Screen: Setup Graphics and Music                              | 94/8111 | 94/80BE |
| 94/8111 | Title Screen: Wait between fade in and Nintendo Logo                | 94/8131 | 94/8121 |
| 94/8131 | Title Screen: Nintendo Logo Appearance                              | 94/81A0 | 94/8190 |
| 94/81A0 | Title Screen: Nintendo Logo Bling-Bling                             | 94/821E | 94/8210 |
| 94/821E | Title Screen: Wait between Bling-Bling and Fade to White            | 94/8237 | 94/8229 |
| 94/8237 | Title Screen: Fade to White                                         | 94/828A | 94/827B |
| 94/828A | Title Screen: ?                                                     | 94/82CA | 94/82BC |
| 94/82CA | Title Screen: ?                                                     | 94/8366 | 94/82EC |
| 94/8366 | Title Screen: ?                                                     | 94/83E4 | 94/83D6 |

One Byte Hacks

If you want to change the world with just one byte. Here are the addresses where to change and the result. If you want to look up the things in a log file or in the ROM Map here, use "Address in ROM" for orientation. "Address in Hex" helps when you look into the ROM with a Hex Editor.

| Address | Address | Stndd.| Effect                                                      |
| in ROM  | in Hex  | value |                                                             |
|---------+---------+-------+-------------------------------------------------------------|
| 80/9024 |  001024 |   84  | Change the sound effect when clearing the SRAM              |
| 94/8090 |  0A0090 |   03  | Change the music during nintendo logo                       |
| 94/811C |  0A011C |   20  | The number of frames until the Nintendo logo appears        |
| 94/8138 |  0A0138 |   10  | Change how far the line extends until nintendo logo unfolds |
| 94/813D |  0A013D |   04  | Change the speed the nintendo logo expends to the left      |
| 94/8146 |  0A0146 |   04  | Change the speed the nintendo logo expends to the right     |
| 94/81E3 |  0A01E3 |   C1  | Change the sound effect when Nintendo logo appears          |
| 94/8402 |  0A0402 |   53  | Change the sound effect when leaving the title screen       |


Internal Data for BS-X BIOS

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