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(Changed "Room Pointer Format" links to general "Pointer Format" links, as Metroid's pointer data is pretty much standardized as it applies to all applications. (Also changing links on ROM map.))
(Added the upcoming hack "Metroid Begins" to the Metroid page's Hacks List.)
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:* [[Catman 1: Metroid]] by Cattar
 
:* [[Catman 1: Metroid]] by Cattar
 
:* [[Metroid 2000]] by Collin Benson
 
:* [[Metroid 2000]] by Collin Benson
:* [[Metroid Adventure]] by Project Ridien.
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:* [[Metroid Adventure]] by Project Ridien
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:* [[Metroid Begins]] by Kirk Bradford Myers (Scheduled for release on August 6th, 2006)
 
:* [[Metroid Captive]] by SPJ
 
:* [[Metroid Captive]] by SPJ
 
:* [[Metroid Challenge]] by Curtis Himel
 
:* [[Metroid Challenge]] by Curtis Himel

Revision as of 15:13, 17 March 2006


Metroid (U) [!]
File:Metroid.png
Mapper No. 1
Mapper Name S*ROM (MMC1)
PRG-ROM Pages 8 x 16kB
CHR-ROM Pages 0 x 8kB
Mirroring Vertical
4-Screen Mirroring No
SRAM Enabled No
ROM map | RAM map | Text table | Notes | Tutorials

Metroid has been extensively hacked.

Utilities

MetEdit

  • MetEdit is an editor by Kent Hansen a.k.a. SnowBro and is the most extensive utility currently available for editing of the Metroid ROM. It is available here for free download. The latest known version is 0.91.


Hacks

Metroid Hacks List

  • Metroid has been so extensively hacked that many Metroid hacks of varying themes and degrees of quality have cropped up over the years in the nooks and crannies of cyberspace. So while the list included herein may very well not be complete, it nonetheless represents many of the more notable Metroid hacks currently available. The .IPS files for most Metroid hacks on this list may be obtained from this site, and also from this site. Exceptions are indicated below...


Miscellaneous

Metroid ROM Data Formats

  • The Metroid ROM data formats pages describing the technical inner workings of various Metroid ROM addresses can be accessed using the following links. Best when used in conjunction with the ROM Map section.


External Links