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  1. Applying SIM data

    check out is the spreadsheet posted by @jstout here:
  2. (NES) SBlueman's Tecmo Super Bowl 2017

    Glad you like it! Too bad Rodgers hurt his shoulder this year. It really sunk the Packers this year. You just wonder what could have been if they could have won 1-2 more games before Rodgers came back for the one loss at Carolina.
  3. View File SBlueman's Tecmo Super Bowl 2017 Download and enjoy my first official release since 2006! Special thanks to everyone who has contributed in keeping this community of Tecmo fans together. The progress that has been made since I last released an edit is amazing. This release would not have been possible if it wasn't for the countless hours and sweat equity that has been put into finding new and amazing ways to alter the best sports video game ever. This site is a treasure trove of notes, codes, and information. Hopefully it might get people who haven't tried editing to give it a shot because they would want to tweak something. We can always use different opinions, tastes and ideas on improving the game around here. Feel free to edit this game if you want, I intentionally went out of my way to make sure all the hacks that were installed would not interfere with people being able to edit it with TSBTool. Updated 2/4/18! 5 Versions Posted: Vanilla - minimal hacks added: More NFL-like QB Ratings Player 2 Condition Fix Prevent Schedule From Being Random Randomize Sound Loop Used For Each Play QB Backpedal Animation Hack Change Touchback to 25-Yard Line 15 Yard XP Hardtype - Hacks included: Find open receiver PA/PC hack - PC is INT and PA is target QB throws ball instead of taking sack and runs less COM Dive Tackling like SNES TSB I Better COM punt timing Changing KR Speed Directional punts FG avoid kick block fix Increase CPU kickoff length Road Team Plays as Player 2 vs COM Kickoff Wedge Return Onside kick hack better recovery rate for P2 PR speed change from SS to actual PR player Add stats after quarters Changing the differential for popcorning/ dl busting through Passing game probability table hack QB backpedal animation hack Better INT Returns Timing of Snap Exchange Between C & QB Diving time based on HP Main Menu Background Color Change XX's Schedule Background Color Change XX Playoff Bracket Fixed Buck's TSB COM Juice Setter No Sprite Flicker Hardtype - No Flicker The 3rd version has all the hacks above installed except for the No Sprite Flicker hack. Hardtype - No P2 As Road Team Hardtype version without the Road Team Plays As Player 2 modification added Hardtype - No P2 As Road Team, No Flicker Hardtype version without both the Road Team Plays As Player 2 and No Flicker modification added. Game Specs: Base Rom: Updated 32-team ROM Editors Used: TSBTool 1.0.0.3, TSB Playbook Editor Beta03, Lunar IPS, Translhextion, TSB Play Editor, yy-chr, Tecmo Endzone Editor IPS Patches added to release: Jstout's Ultra Logic More accurate field goals Decrease fumbles by 30% Punt Coverage Boost Cut In Half Modifications added to release: Jstout find open receiver More NFL like QB rating value PA/PC hack - PC is INT and PA is target QB throws ball instead of taking sack and runs less COM Dive Tackling like SNES TSB I Better COM punt timing Changing KR Speed Directional punts FG avoid kick block fix Increase CPU kickoff length Kickoff Wedge Return Onside kick hack better recovery rate for P2 PR speed change from SS to actual PR player Add stats after quarters No Sprite Flicker (included in No Flicker version only) Playcall screen clock speed Buck's TSB COM Juice Setter Changing the differential for popcorning/ dl busting through Prevent schedule from being random Road team plays as player 2 vs COM Randomize sound loop used for each play Passing game probability table hack QB backpedal animation hack Better INT Returns Change Touchback To 25-Yard Line Timing of Snap Exchange Between C & QB Diving time based on HP Main Menu Background Color Change XX's Schedule Background Color Change XX Submitter SBlueman Submitted 07/08/2017 Category NFL By Year  
  4. (NES) SBlueman's Tecmo Super Bowl 2017

    I really wanted to put Long in but who would you leave out for him? I ended up going with Vinny Curry at DE1 because of his snap counts.
  5. (NES) SBlueman's Tecmo Super Bowl 2017

    Thanks for the feedback @Bolt! I edited the uploads with some changes suggested by you and @rmm1976. Glad you find the difficulty challenging yet fun. Here's a rundown on the changes: What's New in Version 2.0: Edited receptions rankings for MIN RB4 Dalvin Cook. (thanks to @rmm1976) Edited uniform number for PHI QB2 Nick Foles. (thanks to @Bolt) Edited team sim stats for N.E. Edited sim stats for N.E. QB1 Tim Brady. Edited endzones so they read 'nfl' instead of the default (thanks to @Bolt)
  6. (NES) SBlueman's Tecmo Super Bowl 2017

    Luck's ratings would have depended on how he played throughout the season since I used the Pro Football Focus rankings to rate players. This is what I had him as in my original version:
  7. (NES) SBlueman's Tecmo Super Bowl 2017

    I uploaded new versions of my latest release tonight. The previous ''Hardtype'' versions had a bug that caused the game to crash. I also relabeled the files.so its clearer what versions they are. Enjoy!
  8. NFL 2017-2018 Season Discussion

    What a wild and epic Super Bowl. Congrats to Philly fans, it's been a long time coming.
  9. NFL 2017-2018 Season Discussion

    Dammit! I have 6-6 in my football square pool.
  10. NFL 2017-2018 Season Discussion

    Eagles defense getting hits on Brady early and often while Nick Foles and Alston Jeffrey are tearing it up. Go Eagles!
  11. (NES) SBlueman's Tecmo Super Bowl 2017

    FYI, I updated the download to include (5) versions: Vanilla - minimal hacks added: More NFL-like QB Ratings Player 2 Condition Fix Prevent Schedule From Being Random Road Team Plays as Player 2 vs COM Randomize Sound Loop Used For Each Play QB Backpedal Animation Hack Change Touchback to 25-Yard Line 15 Yard XP Hardtype - Hacks included: Find open receiver PA/PC hack - PC is INT and PA is target QB throws ball instead of taking sack and runs less COM Dive Tackling like SNES TSB I Better COM punt timing Changing KR Speed Directional punts FG avoid kick block fix Increase CPU kickoff length Kickoff Wedge Return Onside kick hack better recovery rate for P2 PR speed change from SS to actual PR player Add stats after quarters Changing the differential for popcorning/ dl busting through Passing game probability table hack QB backpedal animation hack Better INT Returns Timing of Snap Exchange Between C & QB Diving time based on HP Main Menu Background Color Change XX's Schedule Background Color Change XX Playoff Bracket Fixed Buck's TSB COM Juice Setter Hardtype - No Flicker The 3rd version has all the hacks above installed and adds the No Sprite Flicker hack for people looking to play on an emulator that supports this modification. Hardtype - No P2 As Road Team Hardtype version without the Road Team Plays As Player 2 modification added Hardtype - No P2 As Road Team, No Flicker Hardtype version without the Road Team Plays As Player 2 modification added. No Flicker modification added.
  12. (NES) SBlueman's Tecmo Super Bowl 2017

    Gotcha. I have edited the release and updated (3) versions: Vanilla, Hardtype and Hardtype with no flicker. The 15 sprites modification has been removed. Thanks for the feedback sir!
  13. (NES) SBlueman's Tecmo Super Bowl 2017

    It's Super Bowl Sunday so as promised it's time for me to release my final version is finally up and ready for download. I have (2) versions up, the first one being a 'vanilla' version with minimal hacks included: More NFL-like QB Ratings Player 2 Condition Fix Prevent Schedule From Being Random Road Team Plays as Player 2 vs COM Randomize Sound Loop Used For Each Play QB Backpedal Animation Hack Change Touchback to 25-Yard Line 15 Yard XP The 'Hardtype" version has these additional hacks included: Find open receiver PA/PC hack - PC is INT and PA is target QB throws ball instead of taking sack and runs less COM Dive Tackling like SNES TSB I Better COM punt timing Changing KR Speed Directional punts FG avoid kick block fix Increase CPU kickoff length Kickoff Wedge Return Onside kick hack better recovery rate for P2 PR speed change from SS to actual PR player 15 Sprite Per Scanline Add stats after quarters No Sprite Flicker Changing the differential for popcorning/ dl busting through Passing game probability table hack QB backpedal animation hack Better INT Returns Timing of Snap Exchange Between C & QB Diving time based on HP Main Menu Background Color Change XX's Schedule Background Color Change XX Playoff Bracket Fixed Buck's TSB COM Juice Setter I didn't include the push/pull hack because it breaks the game once installed and I wanted to make sure that the game I put out is editable in TSB Tool so players can adjust the game to their liking if they like. In conclusion, It's been fun getting back into editing Tecmo this year. Any feedback on the final version is welcome, let me hear what you all think! It's been a while since I have released an edit and would love to hear what people like, dislike and more. Enjoy reliving the 2017-18 NFL season with the game!
  14. The NFL season is a finally upon us and numerous NFL fans are starting to ask themselves how they can keep up with the league if they finally get rid of their pay-TV provider. Cord cutting is all the rage these days thanks to people being sick and tired of paying for a bunch of channels they will never watch because well, LOLSUCKSTOBEYOU. People are leaving cable and satellite companies in droves and the entire TV industry is changing monumentally at a frantic pace. NFL fans however have a trickier proposition since TV lights limits you on being able to watch every second of NFL action as it happens. So go into this knowing that if you will find many roads you can take depending on your budget. So which way to go? Well, that's all entirely up to you depending on your needs. What I am going to try and do is give you options depending on what you want out of cord-cutting and the NFL, especially when it comes to watching LIVE games. No budget: Hop to bars and restaurants with the TV on. Drink water until they kick you out or they tell you water is not free. Rinse and repeat, hoping to catch some of the game. You'll also be at the mercy what's on the TV. Some places might let you ask to change the channel, but those are few and far between plus you'll also be limited to whatever they can get on. Try the dark underworld of illegal streams with their wack-a-mole ad experience, shoddy streams that buffer and freeze at all the wrong times, and the chance of having your PC or device infected with a virus that makes Ebola tremble. HIGHLY INADVISABLE. MacGyver it, literally cut the cord!: +/- $2.00 a month: Verizon Wireless ($1.99/month) - In addition to your regular bill, subscribers can watch locally televised games for free with the NFL app. They can also add the NFL Redzone for $1.99 a month. No ESPN so no Monday Night Football unless you pay elsewhere. +/- $40 (one time): Mohu Leaf - Remember rabbit ears? Well this is the 21st century's answer to them. Buying one of these will give you access to all your local TV channels. So you'll be able to see any games aired locally on whatever channels you can pull in. No Monday Night Football though and no NFL Network. Also no extra options like DVR or on-demand, you are stuck to watching live content. The link will take you to their product page with the antennas being listed from least to most expensive. The average price is about $40.00 for their mid-line which should be more than enough for urban settings. Anyone out in the sticks might need to shell a bit more. Here's a great write-up on them for people to check out. This pretty much is a good first step to cord cutting and a great one time investment. +/- $40 a Month: HuluTV ($39.99/month) - For this price you get ESPN along with select markets carrying your local ABC, NBC, FOX and CBS affiliates. Please note however that not all markets carry all local channels so check their website for channel availability. You get 50 hours of Cloud DVR for this price. You can also upgrade to 200 hours of Clud DVR for For $15.00 more. Due to streaming rights mobile devices can't watch NFL games live. If you go Hulu and want to watch NFL games on the big screen you'll need to HDMI that computer to the TV then full screen the browser streaming the video. Mobile bad, PC ok? Seems to be the rule for now across the board when it comes to these streaming services. Playstation Vue ($39.99/month) - For $39.999 the Access package gets you the local affiliate channels and ESPN. For $44.99 you can upgrade to their Core package which includes NFL Network. Anyone with the Core service or higher can also ass on their Sports package for an additional $10 a month which includes the NFL Redzone channel. They offer unlimited Cloud DVR but recordings will only save for 28 days. YouTubeTV ($35.00/month) - For a couple dollars less you'll pretty much get the same deal as above...with one HUGE exception. YouTube has cloud DVR but it's completely unlimited and it's included in it's $35.00 cost. Save as many shows and events as you want as long as it shows on one of the channels YouTubeTV carries. Directv Now ($35.00/month) - You get local channels, you get ESPN. No NFL Network (yet) so you'll only be able to get the Thursday Night games that are going to be simulcast on CBS and NBC until they come to an agreement. They also don't have DVR available yet but are apparently BETA testing a service. Fubo.tv ($34.99/month) - Same deal as above when it comes to local channels, it's subject to availability. Other than the broadcast channels you'll also get the NFL Network. For $8.99 more an month you can add their Sports Plus package which adds the NFL Redzone. The ONLY thing not making Fubo.tv a layup is that as of now they don't carry ESPN so no Monday Night Football. They do offer 30 hours of DVR time with their initial offer and recently announced they are running a special where new accounts get the first two months at $19.99. Sling.tv ($19.99/month) - You get all the local channels (check availability in your area) except for CBS. You'll have to pay $24.99 for the package that includes the NFL Network. There's a catch though....if you want NFL network AND ESPN you'll have to pay $39.98 a month for their Blue + Orange package. And for an additional $10.00 a month you can add their Sports Extra Package which includes the NFL Redzone channel. For $5.00 more you can also add their Cloud DVR service which will give you 50 hours of storage. They are also running an offer where if you pay for two or three months in advance you can get a free HD antenna so you can pick up local channels. + $60 a Month: NFL Sunday Ticket ($69.00/month) - The NFL is finally offering their NFL Sunday Ticket package to people without a DirecTV account (and not DirecTV Now). For the base price you get every out of market NFL game on Sundays. For $94.99 you can add the NFL Redzone channel and for $50 more you can add NFL GamePass. NFL GamePass ($99.00/month) - This deal is for NFL Fans who don't have to watch live games to be happy. On-demand replays of all NFL games, live home and away audio and all NFL games going back to 2009 in their archives. There are many different options for NFL Fans to get their fix. Once you figure out what you want and your budget you can fine tune your choices to meet your needs. So how many out there have chosen to cut the cord with cable? And what did you end up with? Feel free to comment below on your choices or any ideas on any other solutions for cord-cutting NFL fans to get their fix!
  15. Tecmo Super Bowl Random Player Generator?

    No, not for any versions of Tecmo. There is a great editor tool that you should check out though:
  16. If you want to get into sim code editing, here is a great read on the site to check out: http://tecmobowl.org/forums/topic/10512-applying-sim-data/ In the thread a discussion about the sum of 32 for the 4th number in the sim code will dictate reception totals. Another thing to check out is the spreadsheet posted by @jstout here: http://tecmobowl.org/forums/topic/10512-applying-sim-data/?tab=comments#comment-90250 Eventually you'll find that with the right playbooks, lineups and code you can get the teams to perform close to how you want them to. It's going to take lots of messing around and running many simmed seasons. I suggest using an emulator to test your game that can speed up the gameplay like FCEUX.
  17. TSB 17 NES Cartridge Help Problem - Doesnt work

    I would get a hold of whomever you purchased the game from. It would be next to impossible to diagnose the issues here.
  18. Sounds like plan sir! We did cobble the edit together among a bunch of us so the coding might not be optimal. I'm sure the higher ups will do right for the community on getting an official base rom up.
  19. Try this one out: TBorg-Base-ROM-0817.nes I used the TSB Play Maker editor to copy the original playbook over to the rom uploaded to the site. As far as what hacks are added....the only ones that should be added to this rom are the ones listed in the first post: Hopefully that did the trick, enjoy!
  20. So I am trying to figure out how to make the COM defense a bit better vs the pass for Man vs COM and COM vs COM games. Say for example this play: R AND S FLARE C This is the default defensive reactions: Since this orders the defensive reactions from Run 1 to Pass 4, the code reads: Run Slot 1: B8 Run Slot 2: B8 Run Slot 3: B9 Run Slot 4: B9 Pass Slot 1: BB (blitz byte) Pass Slot 2: BA Pass Slot 3: BA Pass Slot 4: BA As we know, picking run vs this play leaves people open downfield. So if we wanted better coverage on run calls vs this play, would you want to change all the run defenses to BA? I am assuming B8 is the worst coverage and B9 is minimal coverage.
  21. (NES) SBlueman's Tecmo Super Bowl 2017

    Just an update, I have been working on the final version of my 2017 edit since my last post. I am down to having to do roster and player attribute updates as well as doing a final edit on the sim codes. I am still planning on a final release around the Super Bowl. Until then any feedback on the previous versions is greatly appreciated!
  22. SET custom injury rates for each player

    @bruddog, any chance of you sharing your updated code for this hack?
  23. (NES) Goji's NFL Tecmo Super Bowl LII (2.1)

    That might be caused by the Passing Game Probability Hack. I noticed more errant throws by the QB's after adding the hack to the game I worked on.
  24. Passing Game Ratings

    Will this affect COM vs COM as well?
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