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19: Neunzehn Here is a full English translation for the Famicom Disk System game, Neunzehn or otherwise known as 19. Everything has been completely translated and at the faction selection screen, the Japanese characters which represent the elements have been changed to icons to better signify the groups better. Enjoy! Also added a patch which allows you to have the regular NES style font for the title screen, intro, and ending if someone prefers that over the original font use in the game. Apply only to a clean unaltered ROM. ROM / ISO Information: Neunzehn (Japan) [b].fds (NOINTRO) CRC32: 567FB962 (Headerless) MD5: 9469E7D40CBDC3217EE965F7E3D9612F SHA-1: 3FDD89D61700E3737F1AF6384E944C64A9318F8A SHA-256: C5FF7FFB462BF15543D8A43A185B8AAD2E6021D04F5AD4D0BA00EAE4291DFC18 --------------------------------------------------------- PATCHED CRC: DA11432A --------------------------------------------------------- Headered version of this rom is E6E06610. If you patch the game with the header added, beat will throw an error. It's unlikely this patch will work in that case. Find a headerless version of the game or remove the header below from the file with a hex editor. Header: 46 44 53 1A 02 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 CreditsContributor Type of contribution Listed credit MrRichard999 Hacking Helly Translation Introduction Translation Mr.Pink Translation Dialogue & Ending Translation Felix88 Translation Battle Dialogue TangoBunny Script Editing/Revision Script Revision & Testing
Ampanman Minna de Hiking Gemu
Bio-Warrior Dan
Boxxle: Warehouse Evening of Tears
Dirty Pair: Project Eden
Doki Doki Panic
Famicom Grand Prix II: 3D Hot Rally Here is a complete translation for the game, Famicom Grand Prix II: 3D Hot Rally. This patch translates the personal information entry screen, the instructions which can be accessed from the main menu, and a few other small things. If you are a fan of Rad Racer, you will definitely like this one!
Famicom Grand Prix: F1 Race Here is a full English translation for the Famicom Disk System title - Famicom Grand Prix: F1 Race. The dialogue has all been translated along with the menus. If you are a fan of the Micro Machines game for the NES, this is very similar to that. Enjoy!
Kaettekita Mario Bros. Here is a full English translation of Kaettekita Mario Bros. Currently the only issue as of now is when you go to the TOP 5 score screen there is an additional letter next to your name when you check the scoring screen. NOTE: This may have issues with some emulators as it has been reported but it does work fine on FCEUX.
Moero Yakyuuken
Monty on the Run - Monty no Doki Doki Dai Dassou (Japan) This game was originally released by Gremlin Graphics in 1986 for ZX Spectrum and C64 comptuers, as part of a series of games starring Monty Mole as the main character. The orignial version had him thrown in jail for stealing coal during the British miners strike of the 1980s, and with the aid of his handy rescue pack make for the continent via Dover docks. As you can see, for Monty to make it in Japan some changes were going to be made when Jaleco picked up the license in ‘87. What you get though hardly bears any resemblance to the computer original (though the Rob Hubbard theme tune survives). Monty is now a man, who through a horrible miscarriage of justice must clear his name by finding pieces of a photograph of the real culprit scattered through 4 levels. It’s a lot easier than the original computer versions, and while the NES is hardly starved of platformers, its actually not that bad, no thanks to Jaleco’s bowdlerisation. Thanks to all the hard work of Stardust Translations you can now enjoy it in English.
Pretty Girl's Sexy Derby
SD Gundam World: Gachapon Senshi - Scramble Wars Here is a full translation for the FDS title, SD Gundam World: Gachapon Senshi - Scramble Wars. This is not the Disk Writer version of this game. Please apply patch to the FDS ROM version listed below…
Seiken Psycho Calibur
The Mysterious Murasame Castle The Mysterious Murasame Castle is often compared to The Legend of Zelda. I think this is because the movement/layout is similar and because this was the second original title released for the FDS, after the original Zelda. Otherwise, it's nothing like Zelda.