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{{INES| title = Field Combat (J) [!]
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|image = [[Image:FieldCombat.png]]
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|mapperno = 0
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|mappername = [[NROM]]
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|prgrom = 2 x 16kB
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|chrrom = 1 x  8kB
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|mirroring = Horizontal
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|4screen = No
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|sram = No
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|game = Field Combat
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[[Wikipedia:Field Combat|Field Combat]] has been hacked.
 
[[Wikipedia:Field Combat|Field Combat]] has been hacked.
 
{{magnify|factor=1.5|text=[[Field Combat:ROM map|ROM map]]}}
 
 
{{magnify|factor=1.5|text=[[Field Combat:RAM map|RAM map]]}}
 
  
 
==Utilities==
 
==Utilities==
(Note: include some of the utilities for Field Combat)
 
  
 
==Hacks==
 
==Hacks==
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==External Links==
 
==External Links==
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{{stub}}
 
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[[Category:NES Games|Field Combat]]
 
[[Category:NES Games|Field Combat]]
 
[[Category:Field Combat]]
 
[[Category:Field Combat]]

Revision as of 12:13, 18 November 2005


Field Combat (J) [!]
File:FieldCombat.png
Mapper No. 0
Mapper Name NROM
PRG-ROM Pages 2 x 16kB
CHR-ROM Pages 1 x 8kB
Mirroring Horizontal
4-Screen Mirroring No
SRAM Enabled No
ROM map | RAM map | Text table | Notes | Tutorials
Field Combat has been hacked.

Utilities

Hacks

The only known ROM hack for this game is Women in Combat Duty. It is an unofficial simulation of adult females serving in combat positions in the armed forces (particulary the Army and/or the United Stated Marine Corps) created by RyanVG in the year 2003.

Despite popular beliefs, this game is not available on I-Mockery at this current time. In the original unhacked version of Field Combat, the story took place in the distant future. As a military general/grunt in your army, you had to summon helicopters, tank and infantrymen to fight the evil robotic army that has taken over the Earth. But only you can take over their bases.

In the hacked version (thereafter to be called Women in Combat Duty), you are a female major general who knows when to call in the troops and when to fight the battle herself. You must fight the evil Iraqis for they do not believe in the modern day principles of women fighting in the midst of heavy combat action.

Miscellaneous

External Links