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|image = [[Image:Lagrange_Point.png]]
|mapperno = Unknown
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|mapperno = 85
|mappername = Unknown
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|mappername = Konami VRC7
|prgrom = Unknown
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|prgrom = 32 x 16kB
|chrrom = Unknown
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|chrrom = 0 x 8kB
|mirroring = Unknown
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|mirroring = Software Controlled
|4screen = Unknown
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|4screen = No
|sram = Unknown
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|sram = Yes
 
|game = Lagrange Point
 
|game = Lagrange Point
 
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==Utilities==
 
* None Yet.
 
  
 
==Hacks==
 
==Hacks==
* None Yet.
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'''Bug Fix'''
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* [https://www.romhacking.net/hacks/3934/ Title Screen Star Field]
  
==Programs==
 
* None
 
 
==Translations==
 
==Translations==
* http://agtp.romhack.net/project.php?id=lagrange
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* [https://www.romhacking.net/translations/2294/ English]
  
 
==Miscellaneous==
 
==Miscellaneous==
 
* The game itself features multiple swappable party members, item fusion, and a semi-linear plot (at one point the player is tasked with acquiring three macguffins, but it's up to you which you go after in which order.) Lagrange Point is unique among NES RPGs, the only game on the system to make use of Konami's proprietary VRC7 FM sound hardware. As such, it's gained no little notoriety for the quality of the music it outputs.
 
* The game itself features multiple swappable party members, item fusion, and a semi-linear plot (at one point the player is tasked with acquiring three macguffins, but it's up to you which you go after in which order.) Lagrange Point is unique among NES RPGs, the only game on the system to make use of Konami's proprietary VRC7 FM sound hardware. As such, it's gained no little notoriety for the quality of the music it outputs.
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==Known Dumps==
 
==Known Dumps==
 
* Lagrange Point (Japan).nes
 
* Lagrange Point (Japan).nes
 
==External Links==
 
*None
 

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Lagrange Point
Lagrange Point.png
Mapper No. 85
Mapper Name Konami VRC7
PRG-ROM Pages 32 x 16kB
CHR-ROM Pages 0 x 8kB
Mirroring Software Controlled
4-Screen Mirroring No
SRAM Enabled Yes
ROM map | RAM map | Text table | Notes | Tutorials

Hacks

Bug Fix

Translations

Miscellaneous

  • The game itself features multiple swappable party members, item fusion, and a semi-linear plot (at one point the player is tasked with acquiring three macguffins, but it's up to you which you go after in which order.) Lagrange Point is unique among NES RPGs, the only game on the system to make use of Konami's proprietary VRC7 FM sound hardware. As such, it's gained no little notoriety for the quality of the music it outputs.

Known Dumps

  • Lagrange Point (Japan).nes