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Game Resources / NES / Star Wars

Star Wars is a 1991 game for the NES. It was succeeded by The Empire Strikes Back.

There are three types of levels in this game:

Useful RAM addresses

Address Set #10: Star Wars
System: Nintendo Entertainment System
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Domain Address Data Type Signed Endian Description
RAM 004A Byte Unsigned Little Y coordinate
RAM 004C Byte Unsigned Little X coordinate
RAM 0320 Byte Unsigned Little X speed (absolute)
RAM 0729 Byte Unsigned Little Health
RAM 0737 Byte Unsigned Little Number of shields
RAM 6085 Byte Unsigned Little Y speed (absolute)

Coordinates are 16-bit values. To get the full value, multiply the Major value by 256 and add the Minor value.

Coordinates, speed and health are only useful in the 2D levels. Number of shields is only applicable in the first 3D level, and will always be 0 in a TAS.

See also

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GameResources/NES/StarWars last edited by Brandon on 2012-11-25 07:17:39
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