Tool-assisted movies (47)

Published on 2/4/2018
Newer Super Mario Bros. DS is a hack of New Super Mario Bros. that adds entirely new levels and custom enemies, bosses, music and graphics to the DS game. The hack also modifies the Blue Shell of the original game into the Hammer Suit from Super Mario Bros. 3.
In this TAS by Soig, the Hammer Suit is heavily abused to beat the hack in record time.

Published on 11/19/2018
Newer Super Mario Bros. DS is a hack of New Super Mario Bros. that adds entirely new levels and custom enemies, bosses, music and graphics to the DS game. The hack also modifies the Blue Shell of the original game into the Hammer Suit from Super Mario Bros. 3.
Soig collects all Star Coins in every level of the game and spends them all in record time.

Published on 2/17/2023
Metroid: Scrolls 6 is a rom hack of Metroid: Zero Mission. Created for the 2018 Berserker Contest. The levels are completely new, as well as a changed soundtrack. The plot goes that Samus is bored and wants to kill a dragon, and discovers one might be nearby in a realm she finds.
Mikewillplays slays the dragon and collects 100% of the items in record time.

Published on 2/18/2021
This is a hacked version of Sonic the Hedgehog. The title character is replaced by his rival, Knuckles. The levels remain unchanged.
There is more than just an appearance change to this game. Knuckles' abilities remain intact. If you haven't seen Sonic the Hedgehog completed before, you may wish to do so before seeing what a character with a spindash and gliding can accomplish.
Contrary to the previously published movie, this TAS forgoes zips, as it shows off the hack better.
Note: An IPS patch for the hack can be downloaded here. It must be patched to REV 00.

Published on 12/25/2014
Another Sonic 3 & Knuckles TAS, but with Amy Rose this time. Unlike the three main characters, she wields a hammer as her weapon, and WST & marzojr use it to great effect in glitching through the game. For more details, see the run's comments.

Each second link or set of encodes uses a camhack, which forces the camera to focus on Amy while keeping the sprites on the foreground layer.

Published on 1/16/2014
This is a hacked version of Sonic the Hedgehog. The title character is replaced by his sidekick, Miles "Tails" Prower. The levels remain unchanged.
There is more than just an appearance change to this game. Tails' abilities remain intact. If you haven't seen Sonic the Hedgehog completed before, you may wish to do so before seeing what a character with flight and a spindash can accomplish.
In this run, marzojr improves his previous attempt by 00:57.82 seconds.
There is a run with Knuckles in Sonic the Hedgehog hack, It replaces Tails with Knuckles and flying with gliding.
There is also the original run of Sonic the Hedgehog done by Aglar in record time without the advantage of spindash and gliding/flying.

Note: An IPS patch for the hack can be downloaded here. It must be patched to REV 00.

There is a secondary YouTube encode that has the camera hacked so it stays on Tails even when he's off-screen.

Published on 10/16/2017
Super Mario 64: The Green Stars is a Super Mario 64 rom hack made by Kampel, released in August 2013. Also listed under "hacking" in the credits are Kaze, Frauber and VL-Tone.
The hack has a number of differences compared to the original game, such as an increased count of 130 stars, harder level design, and (as the title implies) green stars. The game is intended as a fan-made sequel to Super Mario 64, and is often praised for feeling very similar to the original game.
The trio of authors power through the hack with incredible speed, showcasing the various levels and landscapes, abusing the game's programming errors, and collecting all 130 stars in under 100 minutes.
Note: There are encodes of higher resolution in the discussion thread.

Published on 4/10/2015
Super Mario 74 is a Super Mario 64 ROM hack made by Lugmillord in 2011. It introduces new harder levels, custom music and a greater amount of Stars to collect.
The hack often pokes fun at both the player and the original game. Most of the dialogue is silly or sarcastic and some star names are deliberately unclear to give the player no help in finding them.
First-time TASer homerfunky uses the game's various glitches to blast through the hack, finishing with all 151 stars in less than two hours.

Published on 6/19/2022
Super Mario 74 Extreme Edition is a remixed version of the Super Mario 74 romhack. This hack aims to be even more difficult to the original Super Mario 74 hack, replacing and redoing several levels such as adding lava pools where water normally would be.
This TAS aims to collect all 157 stars, by performing tedious and complicated moves to get certain stars, as well as collecting 100 coins in each level, making sure every coin collected counts.

Published on 2/19/2008
This hack of Super Mario Bros. is the sequel to Air, created by the same author, U1. The vast majority of this hack is exactly the same as its predecessor, but with two major changes: all invisible coin blocks are marked and infinite jumps are no more, which results in a few changes in level design accommodated to it.
Air 2 is a trial-and-error platform puzzle game. Savestates are practically required to beat the game. Abuse of Super Mario Bros. glitches is required by design.
This run does not aim for fastest completion.

Emulator Replay:
FCEU 0.98.13

Published on 7/17/2019
Battle City: Zeng Ge Hack is a Battle City hack made by Zeng Ge (also known as zyr2288). It features complete overhaul of the game and lots of challenging, novel mechanics that weren't present in the original.
Soig uses TAS tools to beat this game as fast as possible. Even though he makes it look easy, it still remains clear how hard this game is for a regular human.

Published on 10/2/2022
Bob-omb Mario is a Super Mario Bros. romhack where Mario can acquire the ability to throw Bob-ombs to destroy blocks that even he can't destroy as Big Mario. In doing this, NesDraug, the creator of the romhack, created puzzle levels that would normally be impossible without using lots of glitches and are intended to be solved with the Bob-omb powerup. In addition, Mario can run faster and jumping on enemies now causes him to jump much higher.
In this run, HappyLee eschews the use of the Bob-omb powerup in favor of glitching his way through the game, casually clipping through walls and ceilings, and doing it in record time.
Bob-omb Mario

Emulator Replay:
FCEUX 2.2.2

Published on 8/9/2009
Extra Mario Bros. is a hack of the original Super Mario Bros. It is noteworthy for being a complete "Metroidvania" game built around the original SMB engine, with very few changes to the engine itself. The five areas in the game are all interconnected (via pipes, naturally), and permanent upgrades have been added to give it a more Metroid-ish feel. (Did I mention the music from Super Metroid? Because there's music from Super Metroid.)
However, despite his newfound ability to return to levels he's visited before and acquire upgrades that don't go away when he dies, Mario still cannot scroll to the left.
This movie collects all of the keys and fights the true final boss but only collects two of the upgrades.

Note: An IPS patch for the hack can be downloaded here.
Emulator Replay:
FCEU 0.98.28

Published on 7/1/2014
Notable for once being one of the hardest Super Mario Bros. hacks ever made, Hard Relay Mario (2004) is more like a puzzle game with its cryptic and difficult level layouts.
In this run, made over the course of two and a half years, watch as HappyLee abuses the game engine to its fullest, finishing the game in the time it would normally take to get past the first few obstacles.
To see the game as it was meant to be played, you can also watch HappyLee beat the original game in his "warps" and "warpless" runs.
Watch this run being played back on a real console.

Published on 4/11/2016
Kaizo Mario Bros. 3 is a ROM hack created by the late Obitus1 designed to challenge the most skilled Super Mario Bros. 3 players, just like the Kaizo Mario World games are designed to challenge the most skilled SMW players (we have a published run of the third iteration right here).
Naturally, Lord Tom forgoes most of the challenges proposed in this hack and showcases some interesting strategies for beating the 22 levels in record time.

The official encodes feature commentary by the author as soft subtitles.

Published on 8/18/2012
Mario Adventure is a hack of Super Mario Bros. 3. These are its most noteworthy characteristics:
  • Mario can keep a power-up in reserve like in Super Mario World, and the change is immediately effective.
  • There is a new power-up, Magic Mario, which allows Mario to stomp on more enemies than otherwise possible, shoot extremely powerful projectiles, and take a few hits before losing the power-up.
  • Graphics are rendered with a custom palette.
  • Almost all levels end with a Boom-Boom battle.
  • There are 7 worlds which Mario can visit in any order, each containing a hidden key.
  • After finding all 7 keys and beating the 7 worlds, Mario can access the 8th world to beat Bowser and win the game.
This movie is an improvement of 45 seconds over the previous effort.

The movie file and YouTube encode has commentary from the author in the form of captions.

Published on 4/25/2020
Mega Man 4 Voyage is an extensive hack of the original NES game, featuring changes to level design, music, graphics, weapons, enemies, and bosses. The basic "run, jump and shoot" Mega Man mechanic remains intact, and the hack's authors write that it "should be suitable for veterans and casual players alike."
In this run, Baddap1 completes the game as quickly as possible by using the new Speed Boost item, most of the weapons, and general strategies such as luck manipulation and time-saving damage.

Published on 7/28/2022
Emulator Replay:
FCEUX 2.2.3

Published on 7/27/2022
Phred's Cool Punch-Out 2 Turbo is a romhack of Punch-Out!! with tweaked mechanics, new gimmicks, and a couple of new characters. Characters you get to fight include Zelda, Disco Kid from Punch-Out!! for the Wii, and even Doc Louis himself.
DJ Incendration improves his previous run by 16 frames by adjusting the strategy used for the first fight against SW7 Destroyer.

Published on 12/17/2022
Rockman 2: Basic Master is a ROM hack of Mega Man 2 that overhauls a good chunk of the game. Included are new levels, new music, new enemies, and different behaviors from existing Mega Man 2 bosses. There are also some neat shoutouts to other video game franchises to look out for.
cui plays this game to completion as fast as possible by zipping through the majority of it, making Mega Man look like an intangible robot that can walk in midair.

Published on 5/14/2015
Ever felt the action in Mega Man 4 was too slow? Then this is the right movie for you! Rockman 4 Burst Chaser × Air Sliding is a hack of the Japanese version of Mega Man 4 which combines two unique concepts from Rockman 3 Burst Chaser and Rockman 5 Air Sliding.
In this hack, Mega Man moves a lot faster (Burst Chaser) and can slide once while in mid-air (Air Sliding). It also features different level layouts as well as different boss AI and special weapons.
magmapeach blazes through the hack thanks to Mega Man's increased speed in a mere 21 minutes and 37.66 seconds.
If you want to see more Mega Man 4 hacks, then go ahead and watch Rockman 4 Minus Infinity, one of the most extensive hacks to exist.

Published on 12/28/2017
Rockman 4 Minus Infinity is the most extensive Mega Man 4 hack in existence, and probably one of the most extensive hacks of any NES game in existence.
It features heavily reworked weapons, brand new weapons, new items, all-new boss patterns, and brand new stages with new music and entirely new gimmicks. All kinds of obstacles, enemies, bosses and minibosses have been taken from other games from the series, including the Game Boy series and even the SNES and PSX games. It must all be seen to be believed.
This run improves the predecessor movie by the same author by 00:08.72 seconds, despite switching to a new category, "all items". This is largely due to extensive use of zipping to skip some boss fights. For more details, see the submission description and discussion.

Published on 5/13/2022
Rockman 6: Unique Harassment is a ROM hack of Mega Man 6 created by Tatsu, known for other ROM hacks such as Rockman 2: Basic Master and Rockman 2: ONN. One of the main features is that all but one of the Robot Masters from the original game are replaced with copies of Robot Masters from other Mega Man games, including Mega Man 9 and Mega Man 10.
Baddap1 slides through each stage and beats each boss as quickly as possible in this run.

Published on 2/8/2023
Rockman CX is an extensive ROM hack of Mega Man 2 that adds gameplay mechanics borrowed from the Mega Man X series and puts you in the shoes and point of view of a different protagonist. You play as Mega Man CX, an evil clone of Mega Man that may or may not have been created by Dr. Wily. Your goal is to take down Dr. Light and all of his Robot Masters, including Mega Man, and stop them from stopping Dr. Wily. There are also lots of references to other video games and even TV shows such as Kamen Rider. See if you can list them all!
In this run, CUI defeats Dr. Light and lets Dr. Wily conquer the world in record time.

Published on 11/24/2022
Rockman Exile is a Mega Man 2 ROM hack that makes the game even harder than it already is. Witness as lights in stages periodically go out, boss stages that are fought in the dark, more enemies present on-screen that shoot even more deadly projectiles at you, and more! Aside from the super hard difficulty, there is also additional music that appears to have came from the Mega Man Game Boy games and other games outside of Mega Man.
cui goes through the romhack and uses a combination of glitches and damage boosts to beat the game as fast as possible.

Published on 5/24/2010
This popular hack for Rockman 2 contains a wide variety of new bosses, weapons, levels, graphics, and music, going far beyond the capabilities of the original game.
Two versions of this hack exist - "normal" mode and "hard" mode, with the primary difference being no mercy invincibility on hard mode.
This run uses hard mode. The normal run is obsoleted despite being around 2 minutes faster due to playing on hard.

Published on 6/15/2019
Created via collaboration among several hackers, Rockman: Spirits of Hackers extensively modifies the weapons, levels, bosses, and music of Rockman 6. Though labeled as incomplete, it was officially released by the team without plans for further updates.
In this run, Baddap1 uses Mega Man's new capabilities to rush through the levels and again put an end to Dr. Wily's attempt at world domination.

Published on 1/21/2023
Super Mario Bros. Special: 35th Anniversary Edition is a ROM hack that effectively ports over Super Mario Bros. Special to the Super Mario Bros. engine on the NES. Every level has been recreated and various items and enemies such as the Hammer and Sidesteppers were added. The only things not recreated are the noticeably different jumping physics and the screen-by-screen scrolling that were present in the original game.
SeraphimIII, gaster319 and slither collaborate to complete the game in record time, utilizing various glitches in the process. Unlike most 2D Mario games, Super Mario Bros. Special didn't have any warps, and this was faithfully kept in this romhack. This means that every level has to be completed.

Published on 7/10/2022
Super Mario Bros.: The Mystery of Luigi is a ROM hack of Super Mario Bros. that parodies Transformers: Convoy no Nazo and is made by the same person that created Extra Mario Bros. Luigi is missing and was possibly kidnapped by a really big Bowser, and it's up to Mario to find and rescue him. It may be a relatively short hack, but it has very good presentation and a couple of new mechanics that make it very different from most SMB ROM hacks.
HappyLee abuses various glitches in this run to get the best ending where Luigi is rescued in record time.

Watch this run being played back on a real console.

Published on 6/3/2022
Super Orb Bros. is a difficulty-oriented ROM hack of Super Mario Bros. 3 that takes the orbs you get from defeating Boom Booms and makes a game revolving around them. While in the vein of ROM hacks like Air, this one is more like a puzzle game where various tricks have to be utilized in a specific manner or else you won't be able to progress. Thankfully, you have an infinite number of lives, but in turn, you get a death counter.
Mizumaririn decides to skip most of the intended gameplay routes through the use of glitches and obtain all 18 orbs for Old Man Grimm (don't ask what he needs them for!) in order to pet the dog in record time.
This movie has an Atlas Map encode that shows the game overlaid on a zoomed out map.

Published on 2/25/2023
Superfast Mario Bros. is a romhack of the original Super Mario Bros. game which can only be described as chaotic experience. The game speed has been jacked up extremely high, as well as framerules being reduced to 1 frame rather than 21, transitions are instant, and yet the game is still somehow playable. Not that it matters in a TAS setting that is.
Despoa speeds through every level in the game without using a warp in record time.

Note: This hack can be very visually glitchy and occasionally have moments of flashing lights which may be uncomfortable to some viewers.
Emulator Replay:
FCEUX 2.6.3

Published on 3/2/2023
Superfast Mario Bros. is a romhack of the original Super Mario Bros. game that can only be described as a chaotic experience. The game speed has been jacked up to ludicrous levels; the frame rule is now 1 frame instead of 21, and transitions are instant. And despite all that, the romhack is surprisingly playable, albeit barely. Not that it matters in a TAS setting, that is.
Denial140, negative seven, and chatterbox team up to beat this romhack in a little over a minute with the use of warps. We also have a longer warpless run for those that want to see more of the game.

Note: This hack can be very glitchy visually and occasionally have moments of flashing lights that may be uncomfortable to some viewers.
Uses warps
Emulator Replay:
FCEUX 2.2.1

Published on 7/4/2009
In this The Legend of Zelda hack, Link must save Hyrule (again), reclaiming the Triforce of Power from Thunderbird. Baxter does it masterfully, exploiting glitches from the original game to get the job done quickly. This movie completes both quests.

If you'd like to see a movie of the original unhacked The Legend of Zelda, we have that too, as well as a movie of the second quest and swordless challenge.
You can also watch this run being played back on a real console.

Published on 6/2/2018
Sonic the Hedgehog Megamix (commonly shortened to Sonic Megamix) is a work-in-progress multiperson disassembly modification of the original Sonic the Hedgehog videogame for the Sega Mega Drive/Genesis, developed by Team Megamix and more recently moved to the Sega Mega-CD.
The game features the ability to play as one of five different characters: Sonic the Hedgehog, Mighty the Armadillo, Shadow the Hedgehog, Miles "Tails" Prower, and Knuckles the Echidna. It is an extensive reworking of the original game, featuring new art, music, abilities, layouts, and other things.
The authors complete the game in record time using glitches such as "zips" to gain super fast speeds.

Published on 6/7/2021
Donkey Kong Country 2: Unveiled is a rom hack of Donkey Kong Country 2 created by emptysys. It features various designed levels that increase the difficulty of the original game by adding new quirks, completely changing the experience of the original game.
chillex_drsado, SBDWolf & Snodeca beat the game in record time.

Published on 11/21/2022
Goof Troop ST (ST standing for "Space Treasure") is a ROM hack of the SNES classic Disney's Goof Troop. Much like the original game, it features puzzle solving stages as the characters play as either Goofy or Max, who can throw items at enemies, kick star blocks, and use grappling hooks whenever they need to go across large gaps.
The story of this hack is that Goofy and Max need to return back to the island from the original game in order to obtain a secret treasure, which is rumored to have come from outer space. Goof and Max must get the treasure before the pirates do.
Le Hulk uses both players to obtain the Space Treasure in record time.
Note: the end credits are glitched out since the demos expect the original levels.

Published on 6/17/2022
Invictus is a Super Mario World ROM hack in the style of tricky puzzle-like hacks like Kaizo Mario World. Unlike a lot of those hacks, this one has more extensive cosmetic changes, the most notable being the soundtrack, which features covers of songs from various other video games.
Iyerbeth decides to complete all the levels with exits in this game for this run, setting a record time over RTA. A number of levels had their intended routes bypassed to save time. For further details, you can read the author's notes here.

Emulator Replay:
BizHawk 2.3

Published on 6/24/2022
Janked Up Mario Party is a Super Mario World ROM hack that's more conservative in its liberties taken with the original game than most. While a lot of aesthetic changes were made such as a more technological theme in some levels, it aims to stick more closely to the feel of the original game. It also has a couple new features such as a more rewarding Dragon Coin system and some Quality of Life improvements to make tackling the harder levels less frustrating.
In this run, BrunoVisnadi completes this game in record time using warps and various glitches to get to Bowser as fast as possible.

Published on 2/16/2013
Kaizo Mario (友人マリオ Yūjin Mario) is a Nicovideo phenomenon born from a person's desire to make his friend play his super-hard Mario hack and post the results on Nicovideo. By chance, this hack made its fame on Youtube when a team of Let's Play gamers obtained the hack and recorded a video of them playing it. The most well-known YouTube video in this series is the first part of ProtonJonSA's attempt of Special Stage 2 and his subsequent nervous breakdown.
Kaizo Mario World 3 (友人マリオ3 Yūjin Mario 3) is the third installment of the Kaizo Mario series. In addition to the video's popularity, the hack is well-done in comparison to the previous two.
Themes that are common to Kaizo hacks:
  • Extremely rigid windows of opportunity, with missed opportunities resulting in death.
  • Set-ups that demand the highest caliber of Super Mario World physics abuse.
  • Set-ups that require stunts that are tantamount to glitches.
  • Traps that cannot be foreseen without knowing that they exist, including but not limited to invisible blocks and being killed after apparently clearing a level.
In this run, ISM and Mister break the game completely with glitches, just as in the 96-exit TAS of Super Mario World. Said glitches involve making things appear out of nowhere, glitching through walls, and carrying Yoshi through to the next level, something not intended by the maker of this hack.

Published on 8/5/2011
Metroid Super ZeroMission is a Super Metroid hack that is heavily based on the GBA game Metroid: Zero Mission, inspiring modifications of the game engine, graphics, and maps.
In this run, the author, cpadolf, improves on Hoandjzj's canceled run by over 4 minutes by using a new route and many new tricks and glitches. For more details, as always, please read the author's notes.

This run aims to reach the ending as fast as possible and so skips most of the items. If you're looking to watch a run that clears everything in the game, watch this run.

Published on 4/30/2013
Metroid Super ZeroMission is a Super Metroid hack that is heavily based on the GBA game Metroid: Zero Mission, inspiring modifications of the game engine, graphics, and maps.
In this run, the author, Hoandjzj, clears everything in the game. If you're looking for a run that simply aims for the end, watch this run.
This movie is 07:39.64 minutes faster than its predecessor due to a version change and better strategies.

Published on 7/17/2014
Arguably one of the most well-known and well-developed SNES hacks in existence, Super Demo World puts Mario into a new realm that spans well beyond his original adventure.
Features of the hack include:
  • The ability to store unconventional items in the reserve box, such as a koopa, springboard, message box, or vine
  • 120 exits in total, including two secret worlds
  • Creative and challenging level design, with some puzzle elements thrown in
  • "New" graphics (mostly backgrounds taken from other games, such as Donkey Kong Country 3 and Mega Man X)
In this run, PangaeaPanga improves upon the previous movie by more than five minutes using newly discovered glitches and a slower overworld route, which counterintuitively saves time.
To see a much shorter run completing the minimum number of stages, see this run.

Published on 2/8/2015
This hack of Super Mario World, created with Lunar Magic, contains a Star World which contains themed levels that connect to various locations on the map. Like the original Super Mario World, these levels can be used as a makeshift warp zone. This movie demonstrates this path - navigating the Star World to charge straight to Bowser, leaving much of the game untouched.
This movie is 01:03.06 seconds faster than the previous movie. See authors' comments to see the new glitches.

Published on 7/17/2022
Super Dram World 2 is a Super Mario World ROM hack made by PangaeaPanga in 2017. It is the sequel to Super Dram World, and is dedicated to Dram55, a Super Mario World speedrunner who has held a fair amount of first place ranks in the past. It features very challenging level design akin to Kaizo ROM hacks like Invictus.
IgorOliveira666 completes all the exits in this ROM hack in record time.
Emulator Replay:
lsnes rr2-ß23

Published on 9/28/2015
There are many hacks for Super Mario World, made with Lunar Magic, but few of them offer a whole new pleasurable game. The Second Reality Project is notable for being the first hack not made by the author of Lunar Magic that is still considered to be a decent game. The game spawned an Award-Winning series of hacks known for pushing Super Mario World to its limits, pulling in features from other games, and still adding on a few things of its own. This hack, The Second Reality Project Reloaded, is a remake of the original hack with all new graphics, custom music, and other great additions to help set the game apart.
This hack can be regarded as a true sequel to Super Mario World, picking up where it left off. Bowser has hatched a plan to rebuild his airships from Super Mario Bros. 3, and brings along his kids for support, hoping to use his newfound power and henchmen in the "Second Reality" to conquer the Mushroom Kingdom once and for all. Mario (and Luigi) must travel to the strange new Second Reality and face foes and puzzles they've never seen before. The game contains 8 classic worlds, as per the standard in previous games, as well as a special Bowser World, a Sonic World used as a short cut system similar to the Star World from Super Mario World, and one other...
This run improves the first TAS of this hack by almost 15 seconds.

Published on 6/21/2022
Super Metroid Y-Faster is a Super Metroid ROM hack made for a MetFest Summer contest known as "Race to the Finish".
The plot goes like this: A flying brain from another dimension is wrecking the galaxy, and Samus has decided to put an end to it. She has less than one hour to complete her task, otherwise she'll die from damage to her own brain.
This TAS by Hoandjzj speeds through the world while collecting 100% of items in record time.

Published on 10/20/2010
Super Metroid MockingBird Station is a Super Metroid hack by Xaggoth.
Here is the plot, according to this site:
Samus has been hired to investigate MockingBird Station. Others have come before her, but none of them have returned. Upon arrival, the station sealed the hangar's doors, blocking her way out. After scanning her systems, Samus finds that she must disable the station's power generator before she can leave. Unfortunately, the most direct route to the generator has been blocked and she must take a more roundabout path. The only thing that she knows is that much of the station is in lock down and she will need to release bulkheads to open more of the station. A larger bulkhead in engineering is blocking the alternate route. Disabling the generator will destroy the station, but there is no other option.
Hoandjzj decided to run this game collecting the least amount of items possible, when the hack itself forces the player to collect them. Don't expect to see Mother Brain in this video, since it isn't in this hack.
The in-game completion time is 00:19.

To play the Snes9x movie file, you will need the IPS patch for this hack. You can get it here. You will also need to apply this patch to an unheadered version of the ROM; if your ROM has a header, tools such as SNES Tool can be used to remove it.

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