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NES Rom Maker

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This program will allow you to build your own NES roms instead of trying to hack into currently exsiting roms to make new games. This program will allow you to make NES games faster then any other program, and one can publish a completed rom in any form.

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    works great.

    Posted 09/20/2012
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    I recommend this project because I grew up with the NES, and want to make my own games <3 Also, there is no download?

    Posted 09/21/2010
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    I recommend this project because almost all of us grew up with the NES. New games have been published on carts as well as fan games that have been released into the public domain. This tool if completed can be used by hobbiests, amater developers, and pros who want to get into gaming. The question is, do you still love your NES?

    Posted 10/09/2009
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C++, Delphi/Kylix

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2008-10-15

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