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Best Super Nintendo ROMhacks, Part 1 - SNESdrunk

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PART 2: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SIbjXlCWUvo PART 3: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7T4_dz_4ocU The start of a new, hopefully useful series. I'm finding out about a lot of these just as you are. Here's what's covered in Part 1: [0:57] Super Mario World: Return to Dinosaur Land [http://www.romhacking.net/hacks/120/] [1:31] A Very Super Mario World [http://www.romhacking.net/hacks/2420/] [1:43] Kaizo Mario World [http://www.romhacking.net/hacks/1887/] [1:57] Metroid Super Zero Mission [http://www.romhacking.net/hacks/742/] [2:42] Hyper Metroid [http://www.romhacking.net/hacks/3038/] [3:14] Link to the Past: Parallel Worlds [http://www.romhacking.net/hacks/197/] [3:48] Link to the Past: Goddess of Wisdom [http://www.romhacking.net/hacks/662/] [4:12] Oh No More Zombies Ate My Neighbors [http://www.romhacking.net/hacks/623/] [4:33] Chrono Trigger Flames of Eternity [http://fantasyanime.com/squaresoft/ctdownloads.htm] [5:09] Earthbound Halloween Hack [http://www.romhacking.net/hacks/1882/] How do I play these? http://www.romhacking.net/?page=faq#question1 SNES ROM Utility: http://www.romhacking.net/utilities/593/ Lunar IPS also works: http://www.romhacking.net/utilities/240/ New SNES-related video every Tuesday, and something else (Genesis, Game Boy, whatever) on Thursdays. I don't respond to comments on YouTube. Go to Twitter (http://twitter.com/SNESdrunk) or Discord (https://discord.gg/7EJVCmv) and comment there instead SNESdrunk's Patreon page, if you're into that sort of thing: https://www.patreon.com/snesdrunk Binge watch SNESdrunk: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLib8CA6AKJM8KLkWy4JGGYP0d4E-JYZOa
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has super zero mission been updated? the way you talk about it sounds amazing (and it is of course) but I played it a while back and the difficulty was insane and basically ruined the game.
Victor Rivera (1 month ago)
any harvest moon hacks you recommend?
Shal ucard (1 month ago)
I saw that bullet bill jump, you wernt gonna make it...
biomecaNICK (1 month ago)
fft 1.3 :)
iKickBullies (1 month ago)
When he said if you're going to play one, it should be the metroid lol I hate metroid and would play any of those over it. But the only ones on here I'm going to check out are the marios
Stash Allemagne (2 months ago)
okay about super zero mission i feel like it tries to a good job and its not a bad game but everytime i try to find a new way it blocks me off with some kinda shenanigans and everytime i see an interesting door that i wanna return to later it magically reveals itself as a way back from some other area besides that the game is filled to the brim with some passthrough walls in inconvinient places sofar its an okayish hack nothing to really brag about
CrimsonSky (2 months ago)
What about tale of elementia
Joe Blow (2 months ago)
I like your videos so much I turn off my ad-blocker lol...
Julian Pope (2 months ago)
I kinda like Link's purple hair in LttP tbh
Eric Vandernoot (2 months ago)
Does anyone know if these will work on the hacked SNES classic?
Matthew Dunn (2 months ago)
Can these ne added to the snes mini?
Wiggy (2 months ago)
Parallel worlds is an awful rom hack. It was cool 15 years ago when the concept was completely new, but not now. Why anyone still holds it in high regard is beyond me.
Zero Attention Gaming (2 months ago)
Holy shit a rom hack video and it came out on my birthday a year ago. Damn it youtube stop putting tarantulas in my suggested videos and put things like this. Love the analysis and explanation of what a rom hack is for anyone who is unaware. Time to fire up the emulator again.
Yorkshire Pud (3 months ago)
Has any one hacked return of double dragon, keep the chucks, go all the way back to the start after reaching the end, more enemy's, games begging for mods!!
kingxroyo (3 months ago)
Are they playable on the SNES classic
ed champagne (3 months ago)
dude put more effort into ur vids lol
d ja (3 months ago)
Zelda Time To Triumph and Oni link Begins was cool. I like all the Vicent Joullat Games I have to beat Navis Quest.
Carlo Nassar (3 months ago)
Here's an interesting one. Mega Man X: Generation. Though, that could've had the same weakness order and it could've had different dialogue. But the concept is cool.
Zachary Erickson (4 months ago)
0:58 I played this. I also have this game on my R4 card for the DS. I don't recommend the SNES emulator on the DS since it's kind of buggy. I didn't know Metroid had this many rom hacks. 2:48 Damn this story is dark. Damn I don't want to play a brutal Zelda game. 5:10 Is that Undertale music? I remember having issues patching this one Mario rom hack and had to get one that was already patched up.
I want the Lord of the rings on snes completed...one of my favorite games back then...
Photon Wolfsky (4 months ago)
Hacks are nice and all, but randomizers... randomizers are the best thing ever for games like Super Metroid and Link to the Past... and how about the genius who figured out that SM and LttP use separate sections of memory and decided to put them both into one ROM to be played as one game. In terms of what it is, SM+LttP randomizers are a prime of ROMhacking without actually changing anything.
fireflocs (5 months ago)
Fuck LTTP hacks that make Link blonde. Pink hair or gtfo.
julius Järvensivu (5 months ago)
That megalovania!
Ooopiegoo Hurp (5 months ago)
anyone know a supernintendo emulator that will play these? I usually use ZSNES but it wont play these games
Kevin Lee (5 months ago)
See people? You don't have to say "BE SURE TO LIKE AND SUBSCRIBE" at the end of every friggin' vid. STOP SAYING IT!
Gojiro7 (5 months ago)
it might be worth mentioning that you can legally own rom hacks as long as you own a physical copy of the original game
Cybil Ilil (5 months ago)
Parallel Worlds has some of the most godawful design in the history of ROMhacks and is anything but fun.
D S (5 months ago)
Here in 2018 and theres now 2 metroid 2s lol. One for pc thats amazing and another for 3ds
Nathan Jolly (5 months ago)
Awesome video. I just wanna stress for anyone watching this video, applying these patches is super easy. The patch is an IPS file like the man said. You open the program he linked, you open the ROM, and then you open the IPS patch. I believe there is a check to make sure the ROM is correct; I don't think you can apply any IPS patch to any ROM. The program then creates a new file, and you can name it whatever, usually it's "Game Name (Hack Name)" but you can call it whatever you want, like in the case of Parallel Worlds, it's usually just called "The Legend of Zelda Parallel Worlds." Also worth noting that Parallel Worlds was not made to be a fun game per se; it's more of an answer to emulator culture. The game is designed from the top down to be used in a computer program with cheat codes and save states. Use of these is encouraged, and it's STILL hard. The developers wanted a game that would not be trivialised by cheat codes. If you're more of a casual Zelda player, and/or you want to play on original hardware, fret not, there is a Parallel Worlds revision that is supposedly not as difficult. I have not tried it. I am proud to say that I beat the first two dungeons of Parallel Worlds (yes, with cheats). I didn't like it. There were good ideas, but they were marred by the difficulty.
DJReiko (6 months ago)
I was really hoping parallel worlds wouldn't be on this list. It's really not a good romhack. Is it extensive? Very much so? But good is a bit of a stretch, level design is pretty terrible, and the challenge is only fit for the hardcore. While that isn't really a problem for me personally, I doubt your average gamer will enjoy parallel worlds at all.
Abstract Daddy (6 months ago)
I just discovered romhacks and I feel like my "games to play " list just exploded.
Jimmy J (6 months ago)
Didn't do starfox2 since it wasn't released in america until the rerelease of the she's with built,in games. Whatever it's called.
OwGash (6 months ago)
Romhacks are my love. The fishes in ''a very super mario world'' where from smb2 tho^
OwGash (6 months ago)
I'll be ready to watch that then^
SNES drunk (6 months ago)
Romhacks Part 3 posts next Tuesday
Ace Aileron (6 months ago)
So after watching every video you’ve published – amazing channel by the way - I have to say I agree with 99% of your reviews, with the most minor of caveats. This stems as far as agreeing with your reviews of the SNES’ biggest tittles to “Extra Innings” being one of the best SNES Baseball games. That being said, the 1% ties to your review of Final Fantasy II and CT: FoE. Now, I’ll be the first to admit that my love for FFII is likely that I view it through rose colored glasses – I’m one of the few people who liked II better than III for a myriad of reasons. Of course, If I’m being completely honest, I’ve played so many iterations of IV, I cannot truly say when I last played the original SNES release. Is it fair to compare FFIV: Hard Type to Final Fantasy III? Probably not, and your comments aren't wrong accordingly. However, when you think about the general story, difficulty, and music I still think II is stronger. I was surprised to hear you thought FoE was just “decent”, given your love of the first. To me, FoE took all the great aspects of the first, albeit with a slightly weaker story, cranked the difficulty up to 11, and rolled with it. I will say that some of the earlier iterations were pretty buggy and the game felt incomplete but that seems to be mostly resolved. Anyway, these are one of those comments that probably gets filed under the “don’t care” category but regardless, I did just want to state that I’ve thoroughly enjoyed your channel and look forward to future releases.
SNES drunk (6 months ago)
Have you played CT Prophet's Guile? It's way better, feels organic and fits the story nicely. Thanks for taking the time to watch, you must be sick to death of my whiter-than-white midwestern voice at this point
Chaloner (6 months ago)
To bad there's no Street Fighter Alpha.
elmoisred616 (6 months ago)
The castlevania rom hacks for nes are super prime. Id recommend castlevania: blood moon, castlevania: orchestra of despair, and castlevania 2: vengeance of hell
elmoisred616 (6 months ago)
Parallel worlds is such a beautiful meat grind
Dennis el Azul (6 months ago)
Thanks for the video and your recommendations! :D
Dennis el Azul (6 months ago)
You took your time making the video. I'm glad that sometimes YouTube's algorithm for recomendations works fine. :)
SNES drunk (6 months ago)
Thanks for taking the time to watch
ben prastitis (6 months ago)
Good stuff.
SNES drunk (6 months ago)
Thanks for taking the time to watch ben
Aaron Moore (6 months ago)
how you romhack I gotta play that metro
Christopher Thibeault (7 months ago)
Did you try Earthbound's "Hallow's End" yet?
John Tipton (7 months ago)
A lot of Kaizo SMW hacks have incredible level design and are very smartly made. It’s kind of ignorant to just chalk them up to something that’s too hard (for you, anyway)
Bryan Nome (7 months ago)
I just played Hyper metroid and zero mission and phazon metroid this week on my original super nintendo😍❤ great stuf
Josh Headrick (7 months ago)
Is it possible to add these to a hacked snes classic?
Nathaniel Ripel (7 months ago)
Thanks for the video, I appreciate you leaving the links to your ROMhack as well :)
enigma __ (7 months ago)
When I clicked on a video by "SNES drunk" I expected something funny smh
Data (7 months ago)
Are you kidding me, how have I not seen any of these?
Jayme Thysell (7 months ago)
You should do a video about Crimson Echos vs. Flames of Eternity. No one else has done one. Talk about the differences, the history, and the controversy of the two projects. I want to figure out which one I should play; I'm not interested in playing both since they are similar. From what I understand, CE is 98% complete, and slightly better. FoE is built off of an earlier version of CE, but it goes in a slightly different direction; people say it's not quite as good, but it is complete and still being improved (at least as of 2015). Maybe if more people talked about it, it could inspire a group to finish off CE.
Jared Ivey (7 months ago)
Will these fan made games work on my SNES Classic?
Cloud Strife (8 months ago)
My friend has a channel with many awesome ROM hacks. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8tOcLt6UKyo&
Иван Драго (8 months ago)
Chrono Trigger: Flames of Eternity lacked a lot of things. The story seemed somewhat interesting, but there was no challenge and hardly any bosses where they were needed. Your assessment seems fair.
Matanumi (8 months ago)
megaman x3 Zero project completes the incomplete X3
PirateChest (8 months ago)
Amazing video!!! full with links, GREAT!
Rcatling (8 months ago)
Is it possible to put these romhacks onto the classic snes?
GamesOfDoom (9 months ago)
I can certainly second your recommendation of Hyper Metroid. In many ways it improves on the original. I wish other Metroid games had that backflip!
16 8 9 12 12 9 16 Eagle (9 months ago)
I did it
16 8 9 12 12 9 16 Eagle (9 months ago)
What
PearlJammer07 (9 months ago)
Great video. I haven't seen too many of these kinds of videos. Most people just play a crappy rom hack and call it a day. You show some good ROM hacks here some of which I'll buy in cart form. Thanks for sharing.
Link8312 (9 months ago)
Speaking of ALTTP ROM hacks, what do you think of the ALTTP randomizer, which generates ROMs with the regular maps but jumbled up items?
Richard C. Mongler (9 months ago)
If you ever cover gameboy advance rom hacks you need to mention pokemon clover, a romhack made my 4chan. Its full of memes yes, but it is incredibly balanced, challenging, and fun
Devo (9 months ago)
Definitely check NBA Jam: Old School Edition. A friend and I played that for years.
Tiny Goliath (9 months ago)
What music was that during the earthbound romhack portion?
zeroangelmk1 (9 months ago)
Megalovania
Keith Goetting (9 months ago)
seems as though I am a bit tardy to the party here, but have you played and enjoyed final fantasy : return of the dark sorcerer yet? I am not quite sure which version I have but I know that it is a newer version because the character graphics are much better. There have been a few negative nancies whining about certain things that they didn't like, but this game is seriously awesome. Also there is Final Fantasy 4, unprecedented crisis. This is basically a part 2 to the originally ff4, but continues as if the story never let off. Flames Of eternity was a good game, just a bit long winded. I am looking as to if I can put some of these fan hacks of Final Fight onto my snes. Whats the best site to teach me how to put roms on snes blank cartridges via flash or whatever is the easiest method?
Keith Goetting (9 months ago)
Yes, I have found a few. I just love playing it on the proper platform and with the comfy control. Let me know if you want any information about the games that I mentioned before. Also, have you covered anymore snes hacks. I am a product of that generation, so some of these are a lot of fun. I believe that there are a bunch of ppl that enjoy it as well. I currently have Crimson Echos, Dinosaur land, but the fore mentioned final fantasys, parallel worlds remodel plus a few more on an actual cart that play on snes. Totally awesome!
SNES drunk (9 months ago)
I'm not sure what the best site would be, I've never tried doing that myself. I'm sure someone on youtube has kind of a walkthrough?
Chezare Da Silva (9 months ago)
First person I've ever heard saying super zero mission is fair and intuitive. That game is brutal.
sparkydeltorro (10 days ago)
Chezare Da Silva I enjoyed it, but they went overboard with the bosses - just made them as frustrating as possible.
Pixel-Gon (9 months ago)
I USE A TRICK CALLED TEKTITE RAISING
Pixel-Gon (9 months ago)
BUT FIRST WE NEED TO TALK ABOUT PARALLEL WORLDS
Pink Droid (9 months ago)
Hyper Metroid was a *great* game until it totally stonewalled me and I couldn't figure out how to progress despite 5+ hours of backtracking and re exploring...
eric t (9 months ago)
Zelda Parallel Worlds is proof that just because someone is competent, and knows the original material doesn't mean they can make a good game. The problem is that there's no way anyone could possibly get through it without a guide, which ruins Zelda games. No amount of exploring will advance your game at all, and anyone who claims they've beaten it without cheating of some sort is an absolute liar.
adam diaz (9 months ago)
How do I use a hack, do I have to add it to the original rom?
Joshua VigilMartinez (10 months ago)
Are you snes man
SNES drunk (10 months ago)
No
Nintendo Cartooner 2 (10 months ago)
As an absolute Zelda fanatic I deem Parallel Worlds NOT worthwhile.
Sploogiezl (10 months ago)
Wonder if you can make em work on a SNES classic...
Mason M (10 months ago)
with the launch of the snes/nes classic edition my emulation dreams have finally came true.. you can upload every game in either library, and even game boy games! plus all the rom hacks work on it, the ultimate emulator for the 8/16 bit era
Charles Niswander (17 days ago)
Yea we've been able to do that for several years for only $35 using a Raspberry Pi.... welcome to the party
Ronmower (10 months ago)
Man I wanna play those Super Metroid hacks.
VioletBandicoot (10 months ago)
Just looking for some good stuff to feed my SNES Mini with :3
Hagashager (11 months ago)
Your notion that it's harder to make a balanced level is actually *very true* In the game industry itself there's an axiom, "It's easy to make something, it's hard to make something challenging" I highly recommend the Tony Garcia and Mike Stout Developer LP of Ratchet and Clank. They go indepth about difficulty balancing and how *really* hard it is. Warren Spector and Tum Schafer also talked about this on separate occassions somewhere.
MonasAlex (1 year ago)
Could I play Rom-Hacks on the SNES Classic Mini via HakChi2?
clothos atropsis (9 months ago)
Dang it thats what i was going to ask
SNES drunk (1 year ago)
I haven't tried it myself but I don't see why it wouldn't work, as long as it was a stable ROM
Dubious Sheep (1 year ago)
ha they made a super metriod two
Phillip Schneider (1 year ago)
Gotta love ProtonJon.
GoeX GameS (1 year ago)
if you like zelda a link to the past , TRY zelda mystery of solarus dx!
Devonodev (1 year ago)
Damn idk how my one-room hacks of Super Metroid from 2008 didn't make the list
44kryth (1 year ago)
You forgot the best Super Metroid ROM hack! Super Metroid Redesign!
patrick watkins (1 year ago)
so can someone explain why super zero mission is recommended so much? from the name it just sounds like it's zero mission with super metroid mechanics.
ProfessorCreepyPasta (1 year ago)
You can also play these on the SNES Classic Edition soon because someone is making it so that you can hack it and play roms on it.
Filipe Teixeira (1 year ago)
check out super mario world coop.
Crazed Link (1 year ago)
Can you do a video on the Zelda: Legend of Link hack?
Ro500 (1 year ago)
Only people who have perfect intuition and psychic ability will be able to play parallel worlds and it be alright for them without save states. Based off seeing space hamsters video
CazzSDMF (1 year ago)
1:36 the fish you jump on is from Mario 2
Blaze Uchiha (1 year ago)
+SNES drunk I'm pretty sure Seph and Euclid released an easier version Parallel Worlds. You might wanna make an annotation in your video saying so that people don't avoid this amazing ROMhack because its difficulty.
SNES drunk (1 year ago)
Yup. Old ones are still there but you can't add new ones
Blaze Uchiha (1 year ago)
That's stupid! They would've been useful here for this very reason.
SNES drunk (1 year ago)
Youtube discontinued adding annotations
John Smith (1 year ago)
Nintendo needs to buy these games and market them using its distribution systems, like the Virtual Console.
Elves Bassanor (1 year ago)
You forgot the best Prince of persia hack ever, check it https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Wtx_6_GEvoA&t=1206s
MrRetrostage (1 year ago)
What about The Second Reality Project? http://www.romhacking.net/hacks/1462/
SNES drunk (1 year ago)
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SIbjXlCWUvo&t=3m47s
Ryan Clemons1 (1 year ago)
It's a shame i love rpgs but there does not seem to be any good rpg hacks they all seem to like to make the games hard i want to play a rpg rom hack that sticks to how hard the non hacked game was.
themrnails (1 year ago)
Good job. Great video. Thanks!
Dave Marx (1 year ago)
Cool vid. I'm going to try to do all the things in the description but I'm already anticipating problems. I use my phone, a website called emuparadise and a couple of emulator apps (mygba & snes9x). I'm also not fond of change 😞... sooooo... I'm hoping I can still use my phone to play these hacks. It's nice to have these oldschool type of games on a mobile. Controls can be an issue sometimes but it's a relatively cheap fix to get an otg cable or a slightly more expensive peripheral. But being able to play anytime anywhere is an overwhelming plus that has me preferring my phone over a PC or a modified console...😕... thing. Anyway, thanks for the video and the info in the description.
Supernova15 (1 year ago)
I'm Close friends with the guy who made Parallel worlds
Ulieq (1 year ago)
I hope this narrator dies.
SNES drunk (1 year ago)
Me too, slowly and painfully, he's earned it
Jay (1 year ago)
YOOOOOO you are the fucking Man. Im having so much fun playing Return to Dino Land!
No SM Redesign...really?
Joshua Read (1 year ago)
so a few days ago i embarked on Metroid Super Zero Mission (by recommendation of this video.) i fell in love with it, only to be disappointed that you have to do advanced techniques to finish the game. like "infinite ball bomb jumping." something that takes precision down to the millisecond and down to the exact pixel. they MAKE you do this to go any further in the game. walkthrough videos are just stupid to watch cuz theyre all like "yea just do this, and wall jump like your playing ninja gaiden over here, and there you go." SEVERELY disappointed. Games should not do that. they need to keep the spirit of the original game by rewarding exploration. not exploiting stupid breaks in the game.
SNES drunk (1 year ago)
No, I had to hurry along and get to work on the Part 2 video. But infinite ball bomb jumping can be achieved by setting the bomb button on turbo (in the emulator's controller map) and just holding the button down.
Joshua Read (1 year ago)
So have you beaten that game? What methods did you use?
SNES drunk (1 year ago)
Yeah, I should've hinted a little stronger at stuff like that, but it goes back to what I said at the beginning: these are made by people who've put thousands of hours into the original game, so doing shit like that is 2nd nature to them.
ArtifiShuL Instinct (1 year ago)
How come you didn't mention that Super Zero Mission is like a remake of Metroid: Zero Mission for GBA? The 2 GBA Metroids are some of the best IMO.
SNES drunk (1 year ago)
It happens more often than I'd like to admit. My Street Fighter 2 video is a mess, I'd like a re-do on that one altogether
ArtifiShuL Instinct (1 year ago)
Ah I see makes sense. Not that it's really a big deal anyway :P Thanks for the response!
SNES drunk (1 year ago)
Just one of those things that got lost in my notes, got caught up in making the video and didn't realize I'd forgotten it until everything was finished. I'd add an annotation if Youtube didn't hate annotations now

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