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  1. 6 points

    Version 1.0.0

    573 downloads

    This is my TSB2020 super hack version. This is based on my 2008 rom with custom plays. This is intended for a man vs man setting as some plays will cause the game to freeze in man vs com. MAJOR HACKS 1. 2pt conversion 2. Custom defenses (you choose a defense instead of trying to pick a play) goaline run D 4-4 run d 4-3 run d 3-4 run D blitz pass D 4-3 pass D (best for spying QB) 3-4 pass D (ilb plays deep) dime ( double cover wr's) 3. Over 40 new plays like RB screen, WR screen, useable flea flickers 4. Switch sides at the end of each quarter 5. Moving grapples USER MOVES (if turned on) 1. Spin move- press" B" to attempt a spin move. You can fall, spin thru the defender or spin into the defender) 2. Attempt user popcorn (hold "A" to attempt a man popcorn works better with high hp players 3. Jump for pass. PRess "A" button to attempt to jump and block a pass NEW MOVES (can use always) 1. Press "B" to move QB into shotgun 2. Press "SELECT" to down the ball 3. Press "START" to attempt to throw the ball away OOB 4. Tap B to throw a lob pass 5. hold B to throw a pass at the QB's normal passing speed MISC HACKS 1. Angled punts 2. Possible to block punt 3. possible to shank puint 4. Fast int returns (easy to take to the house) 5. Speedy QB feet on dropbacks 6. Crowd is home team color Probably others I'm forgetting.
  2. 5 points

    Version v4.5

    2,564 downloads

    VERSION 4.5 Here is a collection of 1970-1994 Tecmo Super Bowl roms. It is by no means perfect or final, but I feel it's as good as I like it to be for now. I would like to thank all the guys at Tecmo Bowl.org., because it was all their hard work that allowed me to make these roms in the first place. In order to edit the players in a way that would reflect the seasons that the roms were designed for, and allow the game to feel and play a lot like the original, I had to assign player ratings that were similar to each and every player in the classic NES Tecmo Super Bowl. In other words, I had assigned the fastest running back (based on most yards from scrimmage, mind you) with the only 75 maximum speed rating, that in my opinion had been erroneously given to Bo Jackson. If anyone deserved a rating like that (I think nobody does, really), it's Thurman Thomas. He had a monster three or four years going, if you were to take into account of what he did on the field and where his team ended up in those years. But I digress. Although offensive players were a lot easier to rate, I found that offensive linemen and defensive skilled position players weren't and that a lack of info made them almost impossible. I can sort of live with that, though. If it wasn't for the internet, and Pro Football Reference.Com for that matter, it would have been impossible to edit any. I was at least able to edit the all pros for those years, making them the best at their positions. The basic formula I had to come up with when assigning player ratings had to be based on participation and production, not on popularity. Having said that, I had to be fair to all the players who excelled in seasons where their peers were either absent due to injury or failed to outplay their teammates. Keep in mind that some productive offensive players had to be replaced with Kick and Punt returners - with the lack of space on the roster, I tried to make the depth charts as accurate as I possibly could. (List of Edits) 1970-1975 roms contain only the 26 teams at that time. Team rosters and depth charts, as well as pro bowl teams, are all accurately edited to reflect their corresponding seasons. At least 99% of the players will have the correct name spelling, jersey number, for the most part his face image, as well as skin color. Accurate team city names. Accurate home and away game schedules and their actual dates. Helmet colors and logo designs, as well as uniforms, were all redone to be based on each year they were used. All playbooks were edited to somewhat match the team's yearly offense, but some liberties were taken to make use of every play that's available in the game. (game rules) 1970-77 roms were juiced a bit. Week 1 games will play like Week 3 if the player's team had been 2-0 in the original TSB. This was done so that a 14-0 win/loss season will play like a 16-0 win/loss season when entering the playoffs. 1970-71: hash marks are spread out (NCAA still uses this method) 1970-1973: 40 yard kick off position - Tecmo logos are located there, too; front field goal posts (imagine them as being transparent when players stand on them, because I do. - field goal kicking length was increased to make up for closer field goal posts; ball will be placed at the opponent's 20 yard line after any missed field goals; no overtime in man games, as well as auto skipped games. Note: the overtime hack doesn't work as good as I would have liked it to - playoff games will end up in ties, but a random winner is decided by the computer anyway, allowing one of the teams to move on to the next round. This only applies to skipped games - "man" games will still go into overtime during the playoffs. 8 team playoff schedule format. 14 game schedule. 1974-1977: 8 team playoff schedule format. 14 game schedule. 1978-1989: 10 team playoff schedule format. 1982: short season rom contains the 12 team playoff schedule format, as I wasn't able to implement a 16 team playoff format...not sure if it's even possible to do this, anyway. 1994: 30 yard kick off position - Tecmo logos are located there, too. No two point conversion hack. Maybe one day someone will figure this out and I'll add it later. I hope. Well, I hope you enjoy the roms. Cheers.
  3. 5 points

    Version rev3

    21,419 downloads

    Tecmo Super Bowl is the greatest sports video game of all time. Now, 28 years after TSB made 8-Bit legends of Bo Jackson and Lawrence Taylor, TecmoBowl.org proudly announces the release of Tecmo Super Bowl 2020. This site's 13th yearly iteration updates Tecmo's NES classic with up-to-date rosters, graphics, schedules and play books for all 32 NFL squads. Additionally, you can now check the defensive conditions of your players. Playable on multiple platforms and operating systems via NES emulation software, Tecmo Super Bowl 2019 brings Nintendo's bone-crunching classic to today's computers and handheld devices. Will offenses fear Aaron Donald like they feared Bruce Smith? Who is the more deadly play-caller: Aaron Rodgers or Dan Marino? Will Saquon Barkley live up to the hype? Loaded into an NES Emulator, Tecmo Super Bowl 2020 will make legends for the next 28 years. Tecmo Super Bowl 2020 Table of Contents A. How This Works B. How To Play - PC/Mac C. How to Play Online - Windows D. Tecmo Super Bowl 2020 Notes E. Known Issues F. Credits A. How This Works If you're new to emulation: ROM = Game or Cartridge (.nes file) Emulator = NES System B. How To Play - PC/Mac Download Nestopia for your platform and also the .nes ROM - Windows | Mac Open Nestopia. From Nestopia, File > Open and find your .nes ROM. C. How to Play Online - Windows Setup for online play using our guide - http://tecmobowl.org/topic/53066-guide-get-started-playing-tsb-online-for-dummies/. We then recommend starting out at the TPC - http://www.tecmoplayers.com. Most TPC players use the original Tecmo Super Bowl ROM, but you might be able to find some people playing TSB 2016. Remember that the versions of the game must be exactly the same or you will not be able to connect. If you’re looking for an online league, we recommend TecmoBowl.org's Online Tecmo Leagues. D. Tecmo Super Bowl 2020 notes Check Defense condition - In the same location as the time out menu there is now a "CHECK DEF" option which lets you scroll left and right through your players 32-Team ROM Rosters current as of 9/4/19 Adjustable quarter length Playbook editing in-game Player 2 attributes now display correctly Halftime stats Pass Control determines if a pass will be completed. Passing Accuracy determines if the ball will be on target. Schedule reset wont' randomize order (Thursday game should always be first, Monday night last) E. Known Issues You can't edit the player names for the NFC West teams using publicly released emulators. This rom may not work on some emulators. Sorry. F. Credits Graphics - Keithisgood | @keithisgood Rosters/Attributes/Sim - @Knobbe @DT. Rom - @bruddog QA/Rom Merge/Project Coordinator - @Knobbe | @tecmogodfather Thanks to: Jstout, Bruddog, Cxrom, Bad-Al & Buck for the hacking knowledge and tools. @gojiphen malor for doing all the leg work for updating helmets for this season. Tecmo Super Bowl 2019 by TecmoBowl.org is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial 4.0 International License. Based on a work at http://tecmobowl.org/. Other 2019-20 Versions to try: @gojiphen malor Goji's NFL Tecmo Super Bowl LIV @cowboyschamps SNES I Tecmo Super Bowl 2019-20 @Tecmonster Tecmonster's Tecmo Super Bowl 2020 @SBlueman Tecmo Super Bowl 2019 - SBlueman Edition
  4. 4 points

    Version 1.0.2

    2,046 downloads

    The classic NES sports title, updated for the centennial NFL season! Enjoy this version with the following features: Players Rated Using Tecmo Super Bowl's Original Player Rankings Playbooks Edited - Plays Moved To Different Slots, Edited Running Plays, Removed 'bad' plays 38 Hacks Added To Hardtype Versions (21 hacks in Vanilla version) Teams Line Up In Either 3-4, 4-3 Or Nickel Defenses Team Uniforms Edited So Home Team Plays In Primary Uniform (NFC West Glitch And Divisional Matchups Limits This Feature) A special thanks goes out to all who made this edition possible: @cxrom, @jstout, @bruddog, @BAD_AL @Yak @Knobbe @xplozv @buck @TheRaja @gojiphen malor @partyman6666 @Lhopital @Ian Jones @BO FB Offtackle Left @Bodom @Gaffney @GRG @rmm1976 @JohnnyLaRue @konForce @keithisgood And so many more.....thank you for all the contributions you all have made to this community. Each of you and more had a hand in helping get this project going. Some of you haven't been seen on this site in a while but your insights, notes and comments have gone a long way in fueling this hobby. Four Versions Available: #1 - Vanilla - Hacks Included: Disable Alt 3 Uniforms Schedule Background Color Change Team Data Screen Background Color Change TEAM ROSTER instead of 1991 ROSTER after Super Bowl Add 'Hut' Pre-Snap Cadence to 32-Team ROM More NFL-like QB Ratings Player 2 Condition Fix Prevent Schedule From Being Random QB Backpedal Animation Hack Change Touchback to 25-Yard Line 15 Yard XP Playoff Bracket Fixed Randomize Sound Loop Used For Each Play FG Avoid Kick Block Fix Increase CPU Kickoff Length Better COM Punt Timing Changing KR Speed PR Speed Change From SS To Actual PR Player TE sim fix Change offensive SIM to 'out of 32' sum QB/PR Ball Control COM Goes For FG w/:20 Left In Half/End of Game Ultra Logic Hack [IPS Patch] Punt Coverage Boost Cut In Half [IPS Patch] More Accurate Field Goals [IPS Patch] Decrease Fumbles By 30% [IPS Patch] #2 - Hardtype - Hacks Included: Add Stats After Quarters 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 Directional Punts XP Block Fix Onside Kick Hack Better Recovery Rate For P2 Changing The Differential For Popcorning/DL Busting Through Better INT Returns Diving Time Based On HP Buck's TSB COM Juice Setter Find Open Receiver #3 - Hardtype + P2 As Road Team Hardtype version with the Road Team Plays As Player 2 hack added #4 - Hardtype + P2 As Road Team + Push/Pull Hack Hardtype version with the Road Team Plays As Player 2 hack and Push/Pull hack added Details: Base Rom: Updated 32-team ROM Editors Used: TSBTool 1.2.0.1, TSB Playbook Editor Beta03, Lunar IPS, Translhextion, TSB Play Editor, yy-chr, Tecmo Endzone Editor Notes: You will find the .ips patches used in this edit along with the SET commands used in attached files. Please note that there is also an "optional" set command file which includes the codes for the No Flicker Hack, Road Team Plays As Player 2 Hack and the Push/Pull hack. These all can be added using TSBTool. However, the Push/Pull hack will cause the game to not allow you to edit the NFC West team rosters. So make sure to back up your files before adding that hack.
  5. 4 points

    Version 1.2

    1,437 downloads

    The classic NES sports title, updated for the 2019-2020 NFL season! Enjoy this version with updated rosters for all 32 NFL teams. Player ratings are kept to the original game’s scale and the game features updated team uniforms and logos as well (hat tip to @gojiphen malor for help with the Jets helmet this year!). The game includes various changes from the original: Features: Players Rated Using Tecmo Super Bowl's Original Player Rankings Playbooks Edited - Plays Moved To Different Slots, Edited Running Plays, Removed 'bad' plays Over 40 Hacks Added To Hardtype Versions (21 hacks in Vanilla version) Teams Line Up In Either 3-4, 4-3 Or Nickel Defenses Team Uniforms Edited So Home Team Plays In Primary Uniform (NFC West Glitch And Divisional Matchups Limits This Feature) Five Versions Available: #1 - Vanilla - Hacks Included: Disable Alt 3 Uniforms Schedule Background Color Change Team Data Screen Background Color Change TEAM ROSTER instead of 1991 ROSTER after Super Bowl Add 'Hut' Pre-Snap Cadence to 32-Team ROM More NFL-like QB Ratings Player 2 Condition Fix Prevent Schedule From Being Random QB Backpedal Animation Hack Change Touchback to 25-Yard Line 15 Yard XP Playoff Bracket Fixed Randomize Sound Loop Used For Each Play FG Avoid Kick Block Fix Increase CPU Kickoff Length Better COM Punt Timing Changing KR Speed PR Speed Change From SS To Actual PR Player TE sim fix Change offensive SIM to 'out of 32' sum QB/PR Ball Control #2 - Hardtype - Hacks Included: Ultra Logic Hack [IPS Patch] Punt Coverage Boost Cut In Half [IPS Patch] More Accurate Field Goals [IPS Patch] Decrease Fumbles By 30% [IPS Patch] Main Menu Background Color Change Timing Of Snap Exchange Between C & QB Add Stats After Quarters Ball Carrier Can Break Up Drone Tackles 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 Directional Punts XP Block Fix Onside Kick Hack Better Recovery Rate For P2 Changing The Differential For Popcorning/DL Busting Through Better INT Returns Diving Time Based On HP Buck's TSB COM Juice Setter Faster Handoffs, Pitches, Snaps & Player Control Find Open Receiver Push/Pull Hack #3 - Hardtype + No Flicker The 3rd version has all the hacks above installed and the No Sprite Flicker hack included. #4 - Hardtype + P2 As Road Team Hardtype version with the Road Team Plays As Player 2 hack added #5 - Hardtype + P2 As Road Team, No Flicker Hardtype version with both the Road Team Plays As Player 2 hack and No Sprite Flicker hack added. You will also find the .ips patches used in this edit along with the SET commands used. If you want to edit the roster use the Vanilla version then apply the SET commands and patches as you'd like.
  6. 4 points

    Version 1.0.0

    1,808 downloads

    The game is now available and so is the 7th annual "Preview Magazine" to the game. Madden ratings were used once again to rate every player. Here's a list of hacks and hack authors used to help create this: -- 32-team expansion rom (cx_rom, Maynard, Knobbe, others) -- helmets, field colors (keithisgood) -- COM looks for open receivers (jstout) -- COM Ultra Logic to play better defense (jstout) -- moving & dynamic grapples (bruddog) -- MAN vs. MAN popcorning (jstout) -- sort receiving leaders by yards (jstout) -- more accurate attribute labels, like “Acceleration” (Tecmonster) -- kicking arrow speed & range to make FG’s easier (Tecmonster) -- COM minimum kickoff distance (bruddog) -- increase kickoff ball speed (maynard, bodom) -- increase shotgun snap speed (jstout) -- tougher to block FG’s by adding personal protectors (Tecmonster) -- increase QB fumble rate (jstout) -- decrease diving animation time slightly (xplozv) -- decrease handoff animation time (xplozv) -- COM “juice” edited (by Tecmonster) -- PA affects “catchability/interceptability” of the pass (jstout) -- set kick returner farther back (bodom) -- Ball Control ratios edited so BC means more (by Tecmonster) -- static schedules from week to week (bruddog) -- Quickness changed to Coverage (jstout) -- kick returners use their actual attributes (konforce, jstout) -- stats screen at halftime (xplozv) -- corrected playoff bracket (pambazos) -- MAN-controlled QB rollouts on the rollout plays (Tecmonster) -- LB’s moved farther back from line of scrimmage (Tecmonster) -- Run & Shoot QB’s almost never scramble (Tecmonster) -- “heavy pass” teams don’t pass quite as much (Tecmonster) -- PLAYBOOKS (I have drastically changed and re-organized the playbooks to make them more useful, logical, balanced, and modern), including: (a) new plays, like the Shotgun Shovel, Shotgun Zone Read RB R, Shotgun Zone Read QB L (with QB HP boost), Shotgun RB Draw, Shotgun Zone Read Red Sea (pass), Shotgun Zone Read X Fly (pass), Shotgun Zone Read RB Flat (pass), Pro Set Quick Pitch L, Pro Set Quick Pitch R, Pro Set Zone Pitch R, 1back Offtackle R, 1back Pitch R, 1back Pitch L, Run and Shoot Fire (pass), Shotgun XZ Cross, 1back Flare C, Pro Z Deep Post; (b) improved blocking schemes for many run plays; (c) some receiving routes for existing plays improved; (d) some receiving routes added, like for Oneback Flare A; -- COM avoids sacks much better + faster COM rollouts (Tecmonster) -- shorter onside kicks (xplozv) -- COM RB reacts to the defense sooner after handoff (Tecmonster) -- smarter OL pass blocking (xplozv) -- receiver jump/dive based on REC rating (xplozv) -- defender jump/dive based on COV rating (xplozv) -- team rosters, jersey #’s, faces (Tecmonster) -- minimum COM punts @ 50% meter (bruddog) -- QB’s Avoid Pass Block rating is more important (low APB QB’s are bad news, notable increase in passes blocked) -- moving grapples turbocharged (i.e. bruddog’s version sped up) -- automated and accurate sim ratings (Tecmonster) If you decide to make ANY edits to this game within TSBToolSupreme, then you'll very likely need to repair the rom afterwards because that program will break part of the moving grapple code and the game will glitch. So, here's what you do: I used the Translhextion hex editor to create a file, named x3ffc0, and have included that with the rom here. I recommend saving this file to your Desktop. How you apply this file: open up your rom in Translhextion and jump to offset x3ffc0 (by clicking Offset > Jump To > then enter x3ffc0 in the field). Highlight (by dragging on) that byte + the next 48 bytes (49 bytes total), then: 1) go to Selection and click "Fill Selection with..." 2) in the pop-up box, select "File" from the dropdown box after "Fill selection with" 3) click "Browse" and find your file (preferably on your Desktop) and select it 4) click "OK" 5) Go to "File" and save your rom. This should fix the problem. Every time you edit your rom with TSBToolSupreme though, you're going to have to follow these steps directly afterwards. Files available: (1) Tecmonster's Tecmo Super Bowl 2020 game file (2) Tecomonster’s TSB 2020 Preview Magazine (3) x3ffc0 repair file. If you use this rom as a basis for a fantasy league like I do and you want the draft package, which lists players by salary, you can download it from the front page of our league’s website: renotecmoleague.weebly.com.
  7. 4 points

    Version 1.0.0

    813 downloads

    Hey Guys, Just adding a refresh of a mod on NHL 95 (2020 season update as of Jul 2nd, 2019) Modded all the rosters. But huge thanks to the following guys who did 98% of the work @kingraph , @wboy, @slapshot67, and @smozoma up front, as just about all of my hacking knowledge has come from them. Since, updating the rosters through NOSE isnt the hard work that these guys have done.
  8. 3 points

    Version 1.0.0

    570 downloads

    Updated Rosters using ESPN NFL Rosters & Depth charts. - Current & Retro Uniforms - Nes Player Sprites no Flicker - Tecmo Juice Command - 2 Tecmo 21 Files - Tecmo File A MSNG CLE-BUF-WAS-DET - Tecmo File B MSNG HOU-JAX-ARZ-ATL Enjoy!!
  9. 3 points

    Version 5.0.2

    169 downloads

    SPECIAL VERSION FOR MAC USERS: ConditionsChecker_MAC__dialog.jar IMPROVEMENTS: 1. Select player ratings displayed for each player adjusted correctly for their condition 2 Kicker name and rating added. 3. Tecmo Font Added 4. File filters and Windows look and Feel added to make it easier to find files. GENERAL INSTRUCTIONS FOR OPENING the JAR FILE 1. Save the file to your computer. Ideally in the same folder as nestopia. 2. Make sure .jar files are associated to open with java. See this example for associating jar files to the jave.exe www.youtube.com/watch?v=9R7XNDROTSg 3. Double click the file to run it PROGRAM INSTRUCTIONS Step 1: If you haven't already save it to you desktop or wherever you'll remember it. Step 2: Open nestopia when your ready to play a game. Then open the program. * Side note: you can open condition checker 1st, it really doesn't matter. Step 3: Wait for "condition checker" open file box to open and slide it to the side of your nestopia box (you do not want to have it covered up..close other windows/programs if needed) Step 4: Select the rom you will be using for your game Step 5: Load up/connect to your game like you normally would and start your game vs your opponent Step 6: After setting lineups, playbooks, etc. Start the game. Step 7: After the coin toss, save a state of the game (just like you do at the end of the game) REMEMBER WHAT SLOT YOU SAVED IT TO! This shouldn't be that hard because this is also the best place to start recording of your game, so it won't desync later. Step 8: After the kickoff, Go back to the Condition Checker box. and open the states folder. Now, just like your locating a state to upload after a win, find it and click on it. Step 9: The box will go away and a NEW box will appear showing "Condition Checker by Bruddog" with all the conditions for the home and away teams for each position except punter along with certain ratings. Step 10: All the conditions should show "average". leave the box open and in view Step 11: Go back to playing the game. After EACH quarter you have to save a state to the SAME SLOT to update the conditions. It will NOT update automatically. Other important items: 1.) Conditions will update only after every quarter 2.) Do not try to update on "cut scenes" like FG kicks, or touchdowns or on the in game substitution screen. You will get an error, corrupt file message, or it won't update. If you get one of those messages simply close out of the message and try again after the next play 3.) Conditions are shown based on the slot where the player resides when the rom was created. Meaning that if you sub a guy in before you start playing, his condition will be tied to that slot. For example, if Jerry Rice is in WR2 and you switch him to WR1 his condition will show in the WR2 slot. This is important when looking at your opponents conditions also. 4.) If you desync and have to restart. Close out of the condition checker and start it up again. 5.) If you open the wrong state at the beginning, you have to close out the condition checker and re open it as there's not way to go back and open another state. 6.) If you mistakenly close out the box and have to reopen it in the middle of the game, the condition checker will show current conditions, not average. Same thing if you forget to save a state at the beginning of the game and save one after the 1st quarter, all current conditions are shown 7.) Practice using it when playing TPC or vs COM, to get used to running the program. Otherwise, you might be suspected of cheating. LOL
  10. 3 points
    CoachMac

    Coach Mac's NCAA 2019

    Version Final

    922 downloads

    Coach Mac's NCAA 2019 Tecmo Rose Bowl THE BEST COLLEGE FOOTBALL GAME YOU WILL PLAY! Offering all the excitement, tradition, and intense rivalry of College Football Just in time for the Army/Navy Game Christmas, New Years, and the Bowl Games! 25 Teams from the Final 2019 College Football Playoff Poll plus Texas, Air Force, and Army. My roms will always include all 3 service acadamies. Air Force, Army, and Navy all run the WISHBONE Rosters 100% Complete including numbers and skin skin color. 840 Pixelated Athletes. Best name Joey Magnifico TE of the Memphis Tigers 9 Game Regular Season (Max Juice) 8 Teams make 4 Bowl games followed by 2 Semi-Final Bowls, and finally The Tecmo Bowl Semi-aligned Conferences. All Splash Screens and Helmets updated. No uniform conflicts Basic NCAA Logo at Midfield End Zones are painted gary but have no writing. Each Team based on an Original TSB team Minor Tweaks mostly to QB's and RB's Appropriate Offenses and Sim Data Check out the screenshots from the first simmed season. Amazingly accurate! Schedule shows accurate dates. Clemson vs Alabama rematch of 2018 Championship is the opening game. Intersectional Games LSU vs Texas and Auburn vs Oregon included on appropriate date. All Rivalry games included, most on appropriate date. All 6 Conference Championship games included on appropriate date (12/7/2019) Army vs Navy last game of the season on appropriate date (12/14/2019) #1 LSU (SF) #2 Ohio State (NYG) #3 Clemson (BUF) #4 Oklahoma (HOU) #5 Georgia (RAI) #6 Oregon (MIA) #7 Baylor (KC) #8 Wisconsin (DET) #9 Florida (RAM) #10 Penn State (CIN) #11 Utah (MIN) #12 Auburn (CHI) #13 Alabama (SD) #14 Michigan (TB) #15 Notre Dame (WAS) #16 Iowa (DEN) #17 Memphis (NYJ) #18 Minnesota (DAL) #19 Boise State (ATL) #20 Appalachain State (CLE) #21 Cincinnati (GB) #22 USC (NO) #23 Navy (PHI) (Special Wishbone Offense) #24 Virginia (SEA) #25 Oklahoma State (IND) NR Texas (NE) NR Air Force (PHX) (Special Wishbone Offense) NR Army (PIT) (Special Wishbone Offense)
  11. 3 points
    GFrick

    gFrick's Madden 20'

    Version 1.1.0

    793 downloads

    This is a modified version of madden '93 championship edition to reflect current madden '20 rosters and player stats This revision is based on a previous 2017 revision by chuckdown24 rosters represent projected rosters as of week 2 of pre-season The roster update was completed using goldglv's madden roster editor v1.3 (v1.6 wasn't used because of gameplay issues) Hex editing was done with HxD and tile work was done in tile molester .19 enjoy and let me know what you think!
  12. 2 points

    Version .0981

    1,726 downloads

    Team rosters accurate as of 6/28/20! The classic NES sports title, updated for the upcoming 2020 NFL season! Enjoy this version with the following features: Players Rated Using Tecmo Super Bowl's Original Player Rankings Playbooks Edited - Plays Moved To Different Slots, Edited Running Plays, Removed 'bad' plays 44 Hacks Added To Hardtype Versions (26 hacks in Vanilla version) Teams Line Up In Either 3-4, 4-3 Or Nickel Defenses Team Uniforms Edited So Home Team Plays In Primary Uniform (NFC West Glitch And Divisional Matchups Limits This Feature) This is a post-draft edition. Most of the team rosters are accurate with the exception being uniform numbers on the Jets and Patriots. For now free agents are wearing their former numbers and rookies are using their rookie numbers. Keep an eye out for updates and I'd love to get member feedback so let me know what you think! Three Versions Available: #1 - Vanilla - Hacks Included: Disable Alt 3 Uniforms Schedule Background Color Change Team Data Screen Background Color Change TEAM ROSTER instead of 1991 ROSTER after Super Bowl Add 'Hut' Pre-Snap Cadence to 32-Team ROM More NFL-like QB Ratings Player 2 Condition Fix Prevent Schedule From Being Random QB Backpedal Animation Hack Change Touchback to 25-Yard Line 15 Yard XP Playoff Bracket Fixed Randomize Sound Loop Used For Each Play FG Avoid Kick Block Fix Increase CPU Kickoff Length Better COM Punt Timing Changing KR Speed PR Speed Change From SS To Actual PR Player TE sim fix Change offensive SIM to 'out of 32' sum QB/PR Ball Control COM Goes For FG w/:20 Left In Half/End of Game Ultra Logic Hack [IPS Patch] Punt Coverage Boost Cut In Half [IPS Patch] More Accurate Field Goals [IPS Patch] Decrease Fumbles By 30% [IPS Patch] #2 - Hardtype - Hacks Included (also includes all the Vanilla version hacks): Passing Game Probability Table Hack Add Stats After Quarters Timing Of Snap Exchange Between C & QB Faster Handoffs, Pitches, Snaps & Player Control Player Controlled QB Rollouts For Play Action Passes 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 Directional Punts XP Block Fix Onside Kick Hack Better Recovery Rate For P2 Changing The Differential For Popcorning/DL Busting Through Better INT Returns Diving Time Based On HP Buck's TSB COM Juice Setter Find Open Receiver Push/Pull hack #3 - Hardtype + P2 As Road Team Hardtype version with the Road Team Plays As Player 2 hack added Details: Base Rom: Updated 32-team ROM Editors Used: TSBTool 1.2.0.1, TSB Playbook Editor Beta03, Lunar IPS, Translhextion, TSB Play Editor, yy-chr, Tecmo Endzone Editor Notes: You will find the .ips patches used in this edit along with the set commands used in attached files. You can edit the Vanilla version with TSB Tool. If you want to edit the Hardtype version you are ok to do so with TSB Tool with the exception of the NFC West teams. Editing the NFC West teams will require you to download and edit the Vanilla version, then re-apply the .ips patches and hardtype set commands. Editing the NFC West teams can cause the game not to run correctly. Make sure to backup your files before making any changes!
  13. 2 points

    Version 1.1

    2,583 downloads

    This is a custom hack of the original KGB SNES game, but with all-time legends on every team's roster! I tried to include a bit of every championship era a team had on each roster, spanning all 98 seasons in MLB's live-ball era from 1920-2019. ROSTER STRUCTURES I kept the game's basic structure and fundamentals for rosters intact. What this means is that every team has 5 starting pitchers, 5 relievers, 8 (or 9 in the AL) starting position players and 7 (or 6 in the AL) bench position players. I also stayed true to the original's roster makeup so that nearly every bench has a backup catcher, 3 backup infielders and 3 backup outfielders -- except in the AL, where the DH's natural position dictates the remaining bench positions (example - David Ortiz's natural position was 1B, so the Red Sox only have 2 IFs on the bench). I think there are 1 or 2 teams that may have 4 OFs or 4 IFs on the bench, but the rest stay true to that formula. Generally, a player appears on the team he played his best seasons for. But there are some exceptions in order to get as many deserving players in the game as I could (example - Mike Piazza had his best seasons with the Dodgers from '93-'97, but he is the Mets' starting catcher in this game). Also, I made a rule that no player can appear more than once in the game. So you will not see Barry Bonds on the Pirates and the Giants, Reggie on the A's and Yankees, Bic Mac on the A's and Cardinals or Frank Robinson on the Reds and the Orioles. PLAYER STATS Player's stats are based on their 7 peak consecutive seasons of their career, with the majority of those seasons for the team they represent in this version of the game. For example, Frank Thomas' stats and ratings in this game are his 1991-1997 seasons averaged out. These same basic rules apply to pitchers as well for their ratings, ERA, Wins, Losses and Saves stats. Also, in order to really see every player on an equal playing field, the 7-year peak season stats/ratings are pro-rated. So for instance, if you look at Tony Gwynn's stats in the game, those are his 7-year peak numbers pro-rated to 500 ABs. All position players' stats are pro-rated to 500 ABs. All starting pitchers' stats are pro-rated to 32 GS. And all relievers' stats are pro-rated to 60 G. This allows you to look at the players on even ground, so a player who may have usually had 720 plate appearances won't have bloated stats over a guy who may have only normally had 500 plate appearances during his 7-year peak. PLAYER RATINGS/SKILLS Player's skill ratings also had a specific system I used. Using players' 7-year peak season numbers and pro-rated to 500 AB/32 GS/60 G, here were the ranking systems I used for each skill rating: HITTERS BAT uses the hitter's batting average in their 7-yr peak. Depending on the era the player played in, this can slightly change. So for example, if a player played during a high offensive era like 1919-1940 or 1994-2005, it's slightly adjusted and accounts for that. POW uses the hitter's home runs as well as Isolated Power and Slugging% in their 7-yr peak. SPD uses the hitter's Stolen Base attempts + 3Bs in their 7-yr peak DEF uses the hitter's fielding percentage as well as DRS (Defensive Runs Saved), dWAR in their 7-yr peak. In addition, I also took outfielders' assists into account. Likewise for catchers, their CS% was also used and plays a part in their DEF rating. With some exceptions here and there (like Jeter), most players with multiple Gold Gloves almost always received a 8 or better DEF rating. However, there are a few players who had great defense (9 or 10) that never won a GG and also a few who have won GG and had mediocre or only slightly above avg defense (Jose Altuve and Derek Jeter are good examples of this). PITCHERS SPD uses the pitcher's SO/9 innings pitched in their 7-yr peak. CON uses the pitcher's WHIP as well as FIP in their 7-yr peak. FAT uses the starting pitcher's innings pitched per games started in their 7-yr peak and a reliever's innings pitched per games played in their 7-yr peak period. PLAYER'S PHYSICAL APPEARANCES I tried to be as faithful as I could to all player's physical appearances. Whether that was physical stature and physique, batting stances, hair length and color, facial hair or skin tones. I think I did a decent job and hope you feel like the players match their real-life counterparts as much as this game allows it to. If anybody notices a mistake or something that may need to be fixed, please let me know! I will fix it and re-upload an updated version. Please leave any feedback, criticism, suggestions or comments on here! I'd love to know what anybody else thinks that downloads and plays this. Also, please check-out my '98 expansion teams addition where the Arizona Diamondbacks and Tampa Bay Devil Rays are represented. ENJOY!!!! Ken Griffey Jr. All-Time Edition.smc Ken Griffey Jr. All-Time Edition.smc
  14. 2 points

    Version 1.0.7

    1,504 downloads

    The first file of Tecmo Super Bowl 2020 for Sega Genesis! This will be updated over the season with any transactions.
  15. 2 points

    Version 1.0.0

    468 downloads

    Hollywood Tecmo Bowl II - The Sequel (Version 1.0) Play as Some of the Most Iconic Names in Sports Movie/TV History! (Shane Falco, Willie Beamen, Earl Megget, Bobby Boucher, Johnathan Moxon, Gary Bertier, Paul Crewe, Icebox, Thad Castle, Boobie Miles, Steve Lattimer, The Ogre, Charlie Tweeder, and more.) New Changes: A complete overhaul including: Tons of graphical changes, new hacks, player & team ratings, new players, playbooks, schedules, plays, formations, etc... - I’ve created greater disparity between teams to ramp up the difficulty in winning. A true test of your Tecmo skills. Test your abilities by playing with a Pop Warner team vs the some of the greatest teams in Movie/TV Histoy such as the Miami Sharks or Washington Sentinels. - Included 2 versions: - Original Uniforms - Alternate Uniforms -Added Rivalry Week (Week 17) Featured Matchups: Louisiana Cougars @ SCLSU Mud Dogs Permian Panthers @ Dallas Carter Cowboys The Guards @ The Mean Machine Miami Sharks @ Dallas Knights New to The Unbeatables Roster: Clark Kent, Johnny Utah, David Dunn, Gale Sayers, Ernie Davis, Forrest Gump, Dreamer Tatum, Rod Tidwell, Al Bundy, Ray Finkle, Eric Olcyzk, Vontae Mack, Spike, Michael Oher - Can you beat The Unbeatables?!! - Test your skills and try to lead the Adams Atoms, Texas State Armadillos, SCLSU Muddogs, Bayside Tigers or Little Giants all the way to a Hollywood Championship! - Play against rivals such as: Dallas Carter vs Permian, The Guards vs The Mean Machine, The Muddogs vs The UL Cougars, Miami Sharks vs Dallas Knights - Who's better? - Miami Sharks or Washington Sentinels? - Beamen or Falco? - Boobie or Megget? - Which Friday Night Lights team is better? Permian Panthers or Dillon Panthers? - Jonathan Moxon or Lance Harbor? - Can you break the single season sack record with a Waterboy? - Can you redeem the Permian Panther's loss in the iconic 1988 Texas State Semi-Final matchup to the Dallas Carter Cowboys? - Who's worse? - Lucas or The Bermanator? Answer all these questions and more!! *32 -Teams* 2 Conferences / 8 Divisions (Golden Globe Conference and Academy Award Conference) AAC East Division Dallas Carter Cowboys (Friday Night Lights: Movie) Miami Bucks (Semi-Tough) Washington Sentinels (The Replacements) Taft High Rockets (The Best of Times) AAC North Division Minden Browns (The Longshots) The Unbeatables (All-Star Team made up of the best players in TV/Movie History) Ampipe High Bulldogs (All the Right Moves) Eastern State Timberwolves (The Program) AAC South Division Allenville Penitentiary Guards (The Longest Yard) Univ. of Louisiana Cougars (The Waterboy) Kilpatrick Mustangs (Gridiron Gang) Shiloh Christian Academy Eagles (Facing the Giants) AAC West Division Blue Mountain State Goats (Blue Mountain State) Adams College Atoms (Revenge of the Nerds) North Dallas Bulls (North Dallas Forty) Dillon Panthers (Friday Night Lights: TV Show) GGC East Division South Central Louisiana State Muddogs (The Waterboy) The Little Giants (Little Giants) Texas State Armadillos (Necessary Roughness) Ridgemont Wolves (Fast Times at Ridgemont High) GGC North Division Miami Sharks (Any Given Sunday) Bayside Tigers (Saved by the Bell) Marshall Thundering Herd (We Are Marshall) Minnesota State Screaming Eagles (COACH: TV Show) GGC South Division East Mississippi Community College Lions (Last Chance U: TV Show) Permian Panthers (Friday Night Lights: Movie) The Mean Machine (The Longest Yard) Central High Wildcats (Wildcats) GGC West Division TC Williams Titans (Remember the Titans) Dallas Knights (Any Given Sunday) West Canaan Coyotes (Varsity Blues) Park High Pirates (Lucas) Also, the Permian Panthers, Dallas Carter Cowboys, Marshall Thundering Herd, EMCC Lions and the TC Williams Titans all feature the REAL players from their REAL team rosters! * Special thanks to Tecmonster for help with playbooks and formations*
  16. 2 points
    kdubmods

    NBA Live 96 HWC

    Version Rev B

    229 downloads

    From the "README" and "Summary" files... README - Updated for NBA 1995-1996 Season: ================================= *NBA Live 96 HWC (USA, Europe, Asia).md CRC-32: 98efc940 # Roster updates and with 1996 All-Stars The setup *starts off* similar to NBA Live 20 HWC, so I have included that information below... Sega Genesis - Directions: ========================== when you start the game there are a few things you need to do because there are limitations with the editor i used. 1. go to roster setup 2. draft both teams 3. press start to forfeit draft, you will get an error message 4. restart rom Toronto and Vancouver will are drafted correctly this way 5. NOTE: New Orleans Pelicans didn't exist in 1996, so you're done--ready to play! Summary - NBA Live 96 HWC Notes ================================= NOTE: This is a revised (or updated) version of NBA Live 96, using the Season Start date of 11/03/1995. Notable trades or FA signings recognized: *Tyrone Corbin (ATL) trade for Spudd Webb (SAC) *Dana Barros signed to BOS *Dennis Rodman (SAS) trade for Will Perdue (CHI) and Jack Haley (CHI) *Alonzo Mourning (CHA) trade for Glen Rice (MIA) and Matt Geiger (MIA) *Hot Rod Williams (CLE) trade for Dan Marjele (PHO) and Antonio Lang (PHO) *Don MacLean (DEN) trade Robert Pack (WAS) *Frank Brickowski (SAC) trade for Sarunas Marciulionis (SEA) and Byron Houston (SEA) *Kendall Gill (SEA) trade for Hershey Hawkins (CHA) and David Windgate (CHA) *B.J. Armstrong (TOR) trade for Carlos Rogers (GSW) and Victor Alexander (GSW) *TOR and VAN rookie and expansion draft picks *any many more... Notable nicknames recognized: (ATL) Spud Webb (CHA) Muggsy Bogues (DAL) Popeye Jones (LAC) Bo Outlaw (MIN) J.R. Rider (NJN) Sleepy Floyd (ORL) Tree Rollins (PHO) Hot Rod Williams (SAS) Vinny Del Fuego (SAS) Doc Rivers (VAN) Blue Edwards (WAS) Kenny Sky Walker *and more... Notable players missing and added via hidden or dropped players: (BOS) Xavier McDaniel # kept on end of bench because that's my dude! (LAC) Stanley Roberts # was Sam Bowie (retired) (PHI) Vernon Maxwell # added via hidden developer Novell Thomas (POR) Arvydas Sabonis # added via dropped player Brad Daugherty (WAS) Tim Legler # was Danny Ainge (retired) Bonus players added: (ATL) Dominique Wilkins*** # added via hidden developer Amory Wong (similiar to Scottie Pippen profile) ***He was added to end of ATL bench (i.e. 14th player) because he was actually playing overseas at the time Finally, had to add myself as a hidden player: (FA) KDub Mods # was hidden player "Ted Murray" (similar to Jason Kidd profile; that's accurate)
  17. 2 points

    Version 1.0.0

    736 downloads

    I can't take credit for this work @COA Elway did this graphical hack for another 1977 SNES rom he did. So I just copied the graphics over to the original SNES rom. Enjoy
  18. 2 points

    Version 2.0.0

    435 downloads

    This is basically a ratings and roster overhaul of the official site rom. 1. LILB's are often DB's due to the fact that nickel defense is the prevalent formation in the NFL these days 2. REC and PC boosted slightly from Original rom levels given the effectiveness of passing. 3. Ball control much higher than normal levels. The RE in a 4-3 defense was placed at ROLB since that seems like the most natural position Pro football focus was the main source for these ratings. Draft slot and scouting reports used for rookies.
  19. 2 points

    Version 1.0.0

    1,369 downloads

    I'm starting to celebrate the 100 years of the league. For starters here's the new version for the LEGENDS EDITION. This hack contains the normal versión and the Juice and SUper Juice versions. Also you can find the QB Franchise Hack if you want it. Most of it is better. Choose your legends and go for the 100 Season. Enjoy!!!
  20. 1 point

    Version 1.1.0

    250 downloads

    I did this a few years back and figured I would share it. It's basically the original '94 game but with rosters that are more accurate with various fixes and corrections and updates/revisions. *This also has all the players' actual real names input in already as well FIXES AND UPDATES INCLUDED Physical appearances have been fixed, so you will notice Glenallen Hill (CHC), Ryan Bowen (FLO), Lenny Webster (MIN), Butch Davis (TEX), Brian Williams (HOU), Jacob Brumfield (CIN) are now black (they were incorrectly white before) and Rob Deer (BOS), Kevin Brown (TEX) and Ben McDonald (BAL) are now white (all 3 were incorrectly black in the original) and many other players whose skin tones were wrong (too dark or too light). Some guys' hair colors or haircuts & facial hair were wrong in the original (Jeff Kent for instance now has his trademark blonde hair and 'stache) and have been fixed and some player physiques have also been revised/corrected as well. Players that had incorrect batting or pitching sides were fixed. Example: Ozzie Guillen (CHW), Chip Hale (MIN), BJ Surhoff (MIL), Greg Myers (CAL), Dave Hansen (LAD), Mike Pagliarulo (BAL), Ernie Riles (BOS), Dave Nilsson (MIL), Scott Cooper (BOS) and Jeff Reed (SF) were all incorrectly RH hitters in the original and Darren Lewis (SF) was incorrectly a LH - all have been fixed. Quite a few other players were also corrected who previously had incorrect batting or pitching sides. Some players were replaced in this version. The original had a few fake players so those were replaced (3B on the Angels, OF on the Pirates, OF on the Marlins). There were also a few players that barely played in the original, so I replaced those guys with players who had more playing time. You'll notice a few rookies from '94 that got their first cups of coffee in '93 on here now too, such as Ryan Klesko on the Braves, Jim Edmonds on the Angels and Bob Hamelin on the Royals. Players' ratings were changed if they were inaccurate. A lot of player ratings in the original were inaccurate, whether they were undervalued (Edgar Martinez, Harold Baines), overvalued or just plain, flat out wrong or way off (ahem...Dean Palmer, The Big Hurt and Piazza's DEF anyone?), so those were all updated and changed. Of course Barry Bonds, who was infamously underrated in the original (a 6 rating for DEF? Really?! lol I am a huuuge Dodgers fan and even I think that was a huge diss) is now rightfully the best player in the NL and as good as Junior in the game. Lineups and pitching rotations are more accurate to what was actually used from Jul-Sep '93 now. Players that were, for whatever reasons, missing-in-action but should have been in the original game are now present. So Vinny Castilla (COL), Dick Schofield (TOR), Kirk McCaskill (CHW), Jeromy Burnitz (NYM), Frank Bolick (MON), Kevin Baez (NYM), Rich Rodriguez (FLO), Scott Kamieniecki (NYY), Mark Clark (CLE), Greg Briley (FLO), Frank Tanana (NYY), Cris Carpenter (TEX), Rheal Cormier (StL), Jeff Mutis (CLE), Bobby Ojeda (CLE) and Junior Felix (FLO) are all ready to play ball like they always should have been. Enjoy! and "PLAY BALL!"
  21. 1 point

    Version 1.0.0

    100 downloads

    To all TRIPLE PLAY enthusiasts!!! I've fixed the is issue of the dreaded TODD's TEAM or GHETTO CITY, or not being able to play a season from the start or Unable to create, release and players. Look no further, I we can now all enjoy the "Your Out", the crouch scratching and the great game play. As well as 2020 rosters (effective as June 25th (https://www.rotowire.com/baseball/depth-charts.php)) It takes a only 2 steps. - Download RetroArch (Google Play, Apple Store, or Online (https://retroarch.com/?page=platforms) - Load CORE ==> Sega MS/MD/CD (Gensis Plus GX) - Load Content ==> Find the path for the game. - Start the Game. It should go through the process of Initializing the memory. The downside, is that there is no expanded teams (No Arizona D-Backs, and Tampa Bay Rays). Also the jersey#'s. I haven't found where they are. Let me know if your interested.
  22. 1 point

    Version 1.0.0

    142 downloads

    Welcome to the 2020 season of World Series Baseball (98). The rosters have been updated to the current depth charts and rosters. Gerrit Cole - Yankees Mookie Betts - Dodgers David Price - Dodgers Anthony Rendon - Angels And many more. Some updated Logos - Nationals and Orioles. If something is missing please let me know.
  23. 1 point

    Version 1.0.0

    250 downloads

    This is my 1991 roster update to the classic game with no hacks. Personnel and ratings for each team have been changed to reflect the actual '91-92 season. A few playbooks were tweaked here and there to best fit the new rosters. You will see a lot of familiar faces and also some new ones. There is no BO. Sorry, I had to keep it real here and omit the greatest 8-bit athlete of all time due to his retirement after the '90 season. Also, No Joe. He didn't play a down of the '91 season due to injury. Plenty of hidden gems can be found on various benches, however. There are no two-way players. Sorry, but I didn't want to waist the roster spot for a return man. This is a balanced game with a lot more parity than the original roster. Enjoy, please let me know what you think. TSB 1991.nes
  24. 1 point

    Version (1/31/20)

    10,072 downloads

    - All 32 NFL Teams! - (NEW) 2019-2020 NFL Schedule! - (NEW) JETS mini / large helmet updates! - Team SIM ratings based upon success in the 2018-2019 season. - Halftime Stats! - Press START instead of B to throw a lobb pass. - Hybrid Defenses. (Extra defensive backs!) - (NEW) 2019 AFC & NFC Pro Bowl Rosters - (NEW) Rosters 1/31/20 5 DIFFERENT VERSIONS AVAILABLE! (BASE ROM (NO HACKS) / STANDARD / JUICED / JUICED PLUS / NES CLASSIC EDITION) SET Commands / Hacks Applied : BASE ROM NO HACKS *Tecmobowl.org 32-Team Base Rom with rosters for the 2019-2020 NFL Season *Small graphical changes. STANDARD VERSION *Goji's NFL Tecmo Super Bowl LIV BASE ROM NO HACKS *No Sprite Flicker *Add stats after quarters (Halftime Only) *More NFL-like QB rating value *PA/PC Hack - PC is INT & PA is target *Player-controlled QB rollouts for playaction passes *Increase CPU kickoff length *Better COM punt timing *Press START instead of B to throw a LOB PASS *Bruddog's Moving Grapple / Push-Pull Hack *Directional Punts - hold UP or DOWN to angle your punt *Decrease fumbles *Decrease Injuries in SKP Mode *Decrease Injuries in MAN mode *Change player kickoff position to 30 Yard-Line *Change Touchback to 25 Yard-Line *FG Avoid Kick Block Fix *Extra Point Try Moved to 15 Yard-Line *'Hut-Hut' Pre-Snap Cadence for 32-Team Roms JUICED VERSION *ALL hacks from STANDARD VERSION *Faster handoffs, pitches, snaps & player control *CPU find open receiver *Passing game probability table hack *Ball carrier can break drone grapples *PR speed change from SS to actual PR player *OB throws ball instead of taking sack and runs less *Kickoff speed increased *Buck's TSB.COM Juice Setter (MILD) JUICED PLUS VERSION *ALL hacks from JUICED VERSION *Better INT returns *COM dive tackling like SNES TSB I *COM defensive coverage late in season (28 and 32 team codes) *Jstout 'Logic' Modifier *Preseason and zero win games are now more challenging *Buck's TSB.COM Juice Setter (HOT) (My personal favorite Version) NES CLASSIC EDITION *ALL hacks from JUICED PLUS VERSION -Minus *No Sprite Flicker (This is probably the version you would want to make a physical cartridge from, or livestream SIMS, unless you're familiar with the No Sprite Hack) HOW TO PLAY : Recommended Emulator : FCEUX : http://www.fceux.com/web/home.html Recommended Setup : 1. Config \ Video \ Check 'allow more than 8 sprites per scanline.' 2. Config \ Timing \ Check Overclocking (old PPU only) and enter '240' into both scan line boxes. *If you aren't using an emulator that supports these functions, don't care about flickering sprites, and just want to play, download the NES Classic Edition Many thanks to other user submitted roms for player stats and editing. Rosters may not be 100% perfect and any comments are appreciated. Enjoy! - Special thanks to Maverick209 for his insight on player ratings. **Please note this is a WIP rom, so check back often for revisions!** SET COMMANDS GUIDE by SBlueman : **ALL NEW**
  25. 1 point

    Version 1.0.0

    841 downloads

    Project: It's not completed until helmets are upgraded. Hopefully a Tecmo player with helmet and end zone skills likes the file and completes it. - 28 NFL Teams - Updated Rosters - 2019 NFL Schedule - Current & Retro Uniforms - + SNES Has no Sprite Flicker - - Only 28 NFL Teams - Not taking credit for graphical NES players. Also special thanks to Bruddog for uploading original file.
  26. 1 point

    Version 1.0.0

    729 downloads

    I've made you wait long enough for this. Enjoy! Twitter.com/BaronVonLector Patreon.com/BaronGaming
  27. 1 point

    Version Final

    637 downloads

    28 NCAA Teams with End of Season Rank in AP Poll Rosters 100% Complete 9 Game Regular Season (Max Juice) 8 Teams make 4 Bowl games followed by 2 Semi-Final Bowls, and finally The Tecmo Bowl Semi-aligned Conferences Plain Grass Field (No Midfield or End Zone logo/colors) No Overtime Each Season has the Top 20 plus Army, Navy, Air Force, and 5 additional teams (see text document) Each Team based on an Original TSB team (see text document) Consensus All-Americans appropriately ranked Appropriate Sim Data 1970 Army (worst) 1-9-1 lost to Navy 7-11 Navy (worst) 2-9 beat Army 11-7 lost to Air Force 3-26 #2 Notre Dame (HOU)10-1 coached by Ara Parseghian beat Texas in Cotton Bowl 24-11 #18 Penn State (WSH) 7-3 coached by Joe Paterno #14 Dartmouth (NYJ) 9-0 Ivy League Champions #9 Michigan 9-1 (RAI) coached by Bo Schembechler lost to Ohio State 9-20 #5 Ohio State 9-1 (PHI) coached by Woody Hayes Big Ten Champions lost to Stanford in Rose Bowl 17-27 #12 Toledo 12-0 (TB) MAC Champions beat William and Mary in tangerine Bowl 40-12 Northwestern 6-4 (IND) #15 USC 6-4-1 (SD) coached by John McKay Washington 6-4 (GB) #8 Stanford 9-3 (MIA) Pacific 8 Champions beat Ohio State 27-17 in Rose Bowl #6 Arizona State 11-0 (BUF) coached by Frank Kush WAC Champions beat North Carolina 48-26 in Peach Bowl #17 Air Force 9-3 (DEN) lost to Tennessee in Sugar Bowl 13-34 beat Navy 26-3 Georgia 5-5 (PIT) coached by Vince Dooley #13 Georgia Tech (MIN) 9-3 coached by Bud Carson beat Texas Tech 17-9 in Sun Bowl #4 Tennessee 11-1 (KC) coached by Bill Battle beat Air Force 34-13 in Sugar Bowl #10 Auburn 9-2 (RAM) coached by Shug Jordan beat Ole Miss in Gator Bowl 35-28 Alabama 6-5-1 (NO) coached by Bear Bryant tied Oklahoma 24-24 in Bluebonnet Bowl #11 Arkansas 9-2 (CIN) coached by Frank Broyles #17 Tulane 8-4 (ATL) beat Colorado 17-3 in Liberty Bowl #7 LSU 9-3 (CHI) coached by Charlie McClendon SEC Champions lost in Orange Bowl to Nebraska 12-17 #20 Ole Miss 7-4 (CLE) coached by John Vaught lost to Auburn in Gator Bowl 28-35 #19 Houston 8-3 (DAL) #20 Oklahoma 7-4-1 (DET) coached by Chuck Fairbanks tied Oklahoma 24-24 in Bluebonnet Bowl Colorado 6-5 (PHX) lost to Tulane 3-17 in Liberty Bowl #3 Texas 10-1 (NYG) coached by Darrell Royal SWC Champions lost to Notre Dame in Cotton Bowl 11-24 #1 Nebraska 11-0-1 (SF) coached by Bob Devaney Big 8 Champions beat LSU 17-12 in Orange Bowl 1970 Consensus All-Americans Jim Plunkett, QB, Stanford (Heisman Trophy) Don McCauley, RB, North Carolina Steve Worster, RB, Texas Tom Gatewood, E, Notre Dame Ernie Jennings, E, Air Force Elmo Wright, E, Houston Dan Dierdorf, OL, Michigan Larry Dinardo, OL, Notre Dame Chip Kell*, OL, Tennessee Bob Newton, OL, Nebraska Don Popplewell, OL, Colorado Bobby Wuensch, OL, Texas Bill Atessis, DL, Texas Dick Bumpas, DL, Arkansas Rock Perdoni, DL, Georgia Tech Jim Stillwagon*, DL, Ohio State Charlie Weaver, DL, USC Mike Anderson, LB, LSU Jack Ham, LB, Penn State Tommy Casanova, DB, LSU Dave Elmendorf, DB, Texas A&M Jack Tatum*, DB, Ohio State Larry Willingham, DB, Auburn 1971 Army 6-4 (NE) beat Navy 24-23 lost to Air Force 7-20 Navy 3-8 (IND) lost to Army 23-24 #13 Notre Dame 8-2 (CHI) coached by Ara Parseghian #5 Penn State 11-1 (BUF) coached by Joe Paterno beat Texas 30-6 in Cotton Bowl #14 Toledo 12-0 (TB) MAC Champions beat Richmond 28-3 in the Tangerine Bowl #6 Michigan 11-1 (RAI) coached by Bo Schembechler Big 10 Champions lost to Stanford 12-13 in the Rose Bowl Ohio State 6-4 (PIT) coached by Woody Hayes Michigan State 6-5 (NO) Northwestern 7-4 (SEA) #20 USC 6-4-1 (DAL) coached by John McKay #19 Washington 8-3 (CLE) #10 Stanford 9-3 (RAMS) Pac-8 Champions beat Michigan 13-12 in the Rose Bowl #8 Arizona State 11-1 (DET) coached by Frank Kush WAC Champions beat FSU 45-38 in the Fiesta Bowl Air Force 6-4 (PHX) beat Army 20-7 #7 Georgia 11-1 (PHI) coached by Vince Dooley beat North Carolina 7-3 in the Gator Bowl FSU 8-4 (GB) lost to Arizona State 38-45 in the Fiesta Bowl #9 Tennessee 10-2 (MIN) coached by Bill Battle beat Arkansas 14-13 in the Liberty Bowl #12 Auburn 9-2 (CIN) coached by Shug Jordan lost to Oklahoma 22-40 in the Sugar Bowl #4 Alabama 11-1 (NYG) coached by Bear Bryant SEC Champions lost to Nebraska 6-38 in the Orange Bowl #16 Arkansas 8-3-1 (WSH) coached by Frank Broyles lost to Tennessee 13-14 in the Liberty Bowl #18 Texas 8-3 (NYJ) coached by Darrell Royal SWC Champions lost to Penn State 6-30 in Cotton Bowl #11 LSU 9-3 (MIA) coached by Charlie McClendon beat Iowa State in the Sun Bowl 33-15 #15 Ole Miss 10-2 (SD) beat Georgia Tech 41-18 in the Peach Bowl #17 Houston 9-3 (DEN) lost to Colorado 17-29 in Bluebonnet Bowl #2 Oklahoma 11-1 (HOU) coached by Chuck Fairbanks beat Auburn 40-22 in the Sugar Bowl #3 Colorado 10-2 (KC) beat Houston 29-17 in the Bluebonnet Bowl Iowa State 8-4 (ATL) lost to LSU in the Sun Bowl 15-33 #1 Nebraska 13-0 (SF) coached by Bob Devaney Big-8 Champions beat Alabama 38-6 in the Orange Bowl 1971 Consensus All-Americans Pat Sullivan QB, Auburn (Heisman Trophy) Ed Marinaro RB, Cornell Johnny Musso RB, Alabama Greg Pruitt RB, Oklahoma Terry Beasley E, Auburn Johnny Rogers E, Nebraska Tom Brahaney OL, Oklahoma Dave Joyner OL, Penn State Reggie McKenzie OL, Michigan Jerry Sisemore OL, Texas Royce Smith OL, Georgia Willie Harper DL, Nebraska Larry Jacobson DL, Nebraska Mel Long DL, Toledo Walt Patulski DL, Notre Dame Sherman White DL, California Jeff Siemon LB, Stanford Mike Taylor LB, Michigan Tommy Casanova DB, LSU Clarence Ellis DB, Notre Dame Ernie Jackson DB, Duke Bobby Majors DB, Tennessee 1972 Army 6-4 (NE) beat Navy 23-15 beat Air Force 17-14 Navy 4-7 (IND) lost to Army 15-23 beat Air Force 21-17 #14 Notre Dame 8-3 (MIN) coached by Ara Parseghian lost to Nebraska 6-40 in Orange Bowl #10 Penn State 10-2 (RAMS) coached by Joe Paterno lost to Oklahoma 0-14 in Sugar Bowl #18 Louisville 9-1 (DAL) coached by Lee Corso MVC Champions #6 Michigan 10-1 (NYG) coached by Bo Schembechler Big Ten Co-Champions #9 Ohio State 9-2 (CHI) coached by Woody Hayes Big Ten Co-Champions lost to USC in Rose Bowl 17-42 Purdue (GB) 6-5 Michigan State (NO) 5-5-1 #1 USc 12-0 (SF) coached by John McKay Pac-8 Champions beat Ohio State 42-17 in Rose Bowl #15 UCLA 8-3 (SD) coached by Pepper Rodgers #19 Washington State (WSH) 7-4 #13 Arizona State 10-2 (DEN) WAC Champions beat Missouri 49-35 in Fiesta Bowl Air Force 6-4 (SEA) lost to Navy 17-21 lost to Army 14-17 Georgia 7-4 (PIT) coached by Vince Dooley #20 Georgia Tech 7-4-1 (ATL) coached by Bill Fulcher beat Iowa State 31-30 in Libert Bowl Florida 5-5-1 (PHX) coached by Doug Dickey #12 North Carolina 11-1 (TB) coached by Bill Dooley ACC Champion beat Texas Tech 32-28 in Sun Bowl #17 North Carolina St. 8-3-1 (NYJ) coached by Lou Holtz beat West Virginia 49-13 in Peach Bowl #7 Alabama 10-2 (RAI) coached by Bear Bryant SEC Champions lost Cotton Bowl 13-17 to Texas #5 Auburn 10-1 (KC) coached by Shug Jordan beat Colorado 24-13 in Gator Bowl #11 LSU 9-2-1 (MIA) coached by Charlie McClendon lost to Tennessee 17-24 in Bluebonnet Bowl Ole Miss 5-5 (CLE) #8 Tennessee 10-2 (DET) coached by Bill Battle beat LSU 24-17 in Bluebonnet Bowl #2 Oklahoma 11-1 (BUF) coached by Chuck Fairbanks beat Penn State 14-0 in Sugar Bowl #16 Colorado 8-4 (CIN) lost to Auburn 13-24 in Gator Bowl #3 Texas 10-1 (PHI) coached by Darrell Royal SWC Champions beat Alabama 17-13 in Cotton Bowl #4 Nebraska 9-2-1 (HOU) coached by Bob Devaney Big 8 Champions beat Notre Dame 40-6 in Orange Bowl 1972 Consensus All-Americans Bert Jones, QB, LSU Otis Armstrong, RB, Purdue Woody Green, RB, Arizona State Greg Pruitt*, RB, Oklahoma Johnny Rodgers*, WR, Nebraska (Heisman Trophy) Charles Young*, TE, USC Tom Brahaney, OL, Oklahoma John Hannah*, OL, Alabama Ron Rusnak, OL, North Carolina Paul Seymour, OL, Michigan Jerry Sisemore*, OL, Texas Bruce Bannon, DL, Penn State Dave Butz, DL, Purdue Rich Glover*, DL, Nebraska Willie Harper, DL, Nebraska Greg Marx*, DL, Notre Dame Randy Gradishar, LB, Ohio State John Skorupan, LB, Penn State Cullen Bryant, DB, Colorado Randy Logan, DB, Michigan Robert Popelka, DB, SMU Brad Vanpelt*, DB, Michigan State
  28. 1 point

    Version 3.0.0

    1,001 downloads

    Tecmo Grey Cup 2019 is here! It was one of the busier offseasons in CFL history, but here we are, back with one of the most enjoyable roms in the Tecmo Super Bowl library.
  29. 1 point

    Version 1.0.0

    383 downloads

    The 2002 NFL season was one of my favorite seasons ever. It was the first year the league went to 32 teams, and it was the last time the Raiders made it to the Super Bowl. They did lose, but it was against the Bucs and their old coach, now current coach, Jon Gruden. The Bucs had one of the best defenses ever, with Simeon Rice, Warren Sapp, Derrick Brooks, and Ronde Barber. Rich Gannon had the best season of his career, and the Raiders also had Jerry Rice and Rod Woodson. In their first year in the league, Houston Texans QB David Carr got sacked an NFL record 72 times on the way to a 4-12 season. That is reflected in the rom with the worst OL in the game. They did manage to beat the Cowboys in their first game, who finished with a 5-11 record.The Jets had a magical year, led by Chad Pennington (playing with a 25ps/81pc QB is so much fun), Curtis Martin, and Laveranues Coles. They beat the Pats and Packers in weeks 16 and 17 to clinch the division, and knocked the Pats out of the playoffs. It was the only year in his entire career as a starter that Tom Brady missed the playoffs, and the Pats had won the Super Bowl the year before in Brady's first year. The Jets went on to crush Peyton Manning and the Colts in the playoffs 41-0! They lost their next playoff game to the Raiders 30-10. That entire division was good, as the Jets, Pats, and Dolphins all finished 9-7, while the Bills ended 8-8. The Giants also made the playoffs as a 10-6 wildcard behind Tiki Barber and a sick defense led by Michael Strahan. There was serious talk in NY about the possibility of a Jets-Giants Super Bowl. This might have been the closest we've come to that. The Giants lost their first playoff game to the 49ers, who would then lose to the Bucs. Something else happened in 2002 that had a big impact on everyone reading this. Matt Knobbe created the Tecmo Repository. About the rom: I call this an old school rom, because it is cxrom's original 32-team rom with no graphics or playbook changes. Cxrom put in the ability to change plays in the middle of a game, and an options menu that lets you change the time. The weather option is a placeholder and non-functional. It was implemented in later roms, but I didn't particularly want it. The NFC West bug fixes are in, the TE sim fix is in, the player 2 condition fix is in, and that's about it. It's Tecmo, just 32 teams. Player attributes are largely based on the original, except FBs and returners in a RB slot have 44rs and 50hp. The only FBs with more than 50hp had a significant amount of rushing yards. Returners in a WR slot with 13hp have 50rs. I did the sim ratings on a painstaking team by team, player by player basis. Team and individual stats should usually end up pretty close to how they actually were at the end of the season. The only thing is Marvin Harrison and Randy Moss typically end up with over 2000 receiving yards, and receiver yards are a little higher than reality in general. QB Rating and Passing TDs are also a little high, but RB yards are pretty spot on. The Saints seem to go deep in the playoffs a lot, probably benefiting from the 3-WR set. Oh, and that AFC East is always up for grabs. You try making 1 of 3 9-7 teams always make the playoffs while the other 2 don't. That's just not happening. I'm going to have a lot of fun playing this, and I hope you do, too.
  30. 1 point

    Version 1.0.0

    1,951 downloads

    TECMO SUPER BOWL III 2019 SUPER BOWL LIV Two weeks later but the 2019 version of TSB3 is here! As you know there are two ROMs ROM A contains Browns and Ravens ROM B contains Texans and Titans The schedule is fixed and the rosters are the most accurate posible to this date. The AI is fixed and the Free Agents are for real. The Hidden players were the best from the drafts those finished with 9 (1999, 1989, 1979 etc. No 2009 cause some players are still playing) Enjoy this 100 season and the final version to be released after the Super Bowl will feature other Free Agents and Hidden Players to celebrate the 100 seasons, so this is a limited edition. Remember, there are Juiced and SuperJuiced versions.
  31. 1 point

    Version 2.0.0

    683 downloads

    Hey Guys, For those NBA LIVE 98 fans out there, this rom-hack has been completed with the updated rosters effective of July 27th, 2019.
  32. 1 point

    Version 2.0.0

    568 downloads

    Hey Guys, I loaded a WSB'19 earlier this month, but have now updated it with the new logos for the Nationals and the O's.
  33. 1 point

    Version 1.0.0

    938 downloads

    Based off the NBA Basketball 2018 game hack, so it's primarily a roster update only (as of 05/31/2019). This is a fully functional game, but I consider it a beta/prototype because: *missing 3 teams--including the Toronto Raptors! (sorry, I'm not currently fluent in ROM hacking enough to extend this game from 27 teams to 30 teams) *missing 2 conferences (same; don't know how to hack this yet) *updated player stats, but don't fully understand the player editor at the moment (though I have a good feel for it)
  34. 1 point

    Version (Version 5.1)

    3,044 downloads

    - A Collection of the Greatest Teams from all 32 NFL Franchises! 2008 Arizona Cardinals, 2016 Atlanta Falcons, 2000 Baltimore Ravens, 1990 Buffalo Bills, 2015 Carolina Panthers, 1985 Chicago Bears, 1988 Cincinnati Bengals, 1987 Cleveland Browns, 1995 Dallas Cowboys, 1998 Denver Broncos, 1991 Detroit Lions, 1996 Green Bay Packers, 2012 Houston Texans, 2006 Indianapolis Colts, 1999 Jacksonville Jaguars, 1969 Kansas City Chiefs, 1972 Miami Dolphins, 1998 Minnesota Vikings, 2004 New England Patriots, 2009 New Orleans Saints, 2007 New York Giants, 1968 New York Jets, 1976 Oakland Raiders, 2017 Philadelphia Eagles, 1978 Pittsburgh Steelers, 1994 San Diego Chargers, 1989 San Fransisco 49ers, 2013 Seattle Seahawks, 1999 St. Louis Rams, 2002 Tampa Bay Buccaneers, 1999 Tennesee Titans, and 1991 Washington Redskins. - Create your own 'Dream Team' AFC & NFC Pro Bowl Lineups! - Halftime Stats! - Throwback Uniforms! - Schedule based on 2017-2018 NFL Season - (NEW) Hybrid Defenses. (Extra defensive backs!) 3 DIFFERENT VERSIONS AVAILABLE! (STANDARD / JUICED / JUICED PLUS) SET Commands Applied : STANDARD VERSION *No Sprite Flicker *Add stats after quarters (Halftime Only) *More NFL like QB rating value *PA/PC hack - PC is INT and PA is target *Player-controlled QB rollouts for playaction passes *Increase CPU kickoff length *Better COM punt timing *Randomize sound loop used for each play *Press Start instead of B to throw a lob pass *Bruddog's Moving Grapple / Push-Pull Hack *Directional Punts ~ hold UP or DOWN to angle your punt *Decrease Fumbles *Decrease Injuries in SKP Mode *Decrease Injuries in MAN Mode *Change player kickoff position to the 30 *Change Touchback To 25-Yard Line *FG Avoid Kick Block Fix *Extra Point Try Moved to 15 Yard Line *'Hut-Hut' Pre-Snap Cadence for 32-Team Roms JUICED VERSION *Faster handoffs, pitches, snaps & player control *CPU find open receiver *Passing game probability table hack *Ball carrier can break up drone grapples *PR speed change from SS to actual PR player *Buck's TSB COM Juice Setter - juice to start at week 8 juice and climb to max *QB throws ball instead of taking sack and runs less *Kickoff speed increased JUICED PLUS VERSION *Better INT returns *COM dive tackling like SNES TSB I *COM defensive coverage late in season (28 and 32 team codes) *Jstout 'Logic' Modifier *Preseason and zero win games are more challenging. (Buck's TSB COM Juice Setter) SET COMMANDS GUIDE by SBlueman : Recommended Emulator : FCEUX : http://www.fceux.com/web/home.html Recommended Setup : 1. Config \ Video \ Check 'allow more than 8 sprites per scanline.' 2. Config \ Timing \ Check Overclocking (old PPU only) and enter '240' into both scan line boxes. *If you aren't using an emulator that supports these functions, don't care about flickering sprites, and just want to play, download the NES Classic Edition Many thanks to other user submitted roms for player stats and editing. Any comments or suggestions are appreciated. My apologies if I left out one of your favorites. Enjoy! **Please note this is a WIP rom, so check back often for revisions!**
  35. 1 point
    TheFes75

    TB32 49ers Playoff Teams

    Version 1.0.1

    226 downloads

    All, Welcome to TB32 49ers Playoff teams! This was just a pet project of mine. I'm a big 49'ers fan and since my Niners have not been to the playoffs in 3 years and may not get there again this year, I have put together this ROM with all of the 49'ers playoff teams since 1970. This ROM provides All 24 49'ers playoff teams since 1970. All of the opponents the 49'ers lost to in the championship game or Superbowl since 1983. (83 Washington, 90 NY, 92 Dallas, 93 Dallas, 97 Green Bay, 11 NY, 12 Baltimore and 13 Seattle). The 70's teams that took Dallas to the brink only to lose in the Championship game and watch Dallas go on to win a Superbowl The Team of the 80's! Young's 49'ers (Could he best Montana or was Joe Cool that damn good?) Replays of heartbreaking Championship games! Replay that Super Bowl against Baltimore! Any how this was just a fun project that I put together. Even if you are not a 49'ers fan check it out maybe it will open you up to some history you didn't know about. If you see anything that needs fixing let me know!
  36. 1 point

    Version 1.0.1

    989 downloads

    By popular demand, I present Bad News Baseball 2017. All of the rosters, statistics, ratings, and one team's uniform colors have been updated from the original NES game. The twelve teams included are: San Francisco Giants, Los Angeles Dodgers, Atlanta Braves, Chicago Cubs, St. Louis Cardinals, New York Yankees, Minnesota Twins, Oakland Athletics, Texas Rangers, Boston Red Sox, Detroit Tigers, and Toronto Blue Jays. All of the teams from the original game carried over to this updated version, except for the New York Mets who were changed to the Yankees. The information found in a handful of forum threads made this update. What wasn't available in the forums, through trial and error I stumbled through and figured out. When comparing this to the original version of Bad News Baseball, this game does seem to provide a lot of offense. Keeping the opposing team in single digit runs is a great feat. My explanation for this that Bad News Baseball is a game played on the field by children (likely Little Leaguers). Bad News Baseball 2017 replaces those children with grown-up Major League men. When you put adults on a Little League field, most certainly balls are going to fly out of the ballpark. Enjoy!
  37. 1 point

    Version 1.0.0

    20,422 downloads

    Now that the winter sports lull is almost here, I have created the ultimate Tecmo Super Bowl 1978-1993 set, including alternate roms for strike year and seasons where multiple qbs made an impact. Can you take the 86 49ers to the Super Bowl with a young Jerry Rice and no Joe? Can you steer the 84 Bears to the Super Bowl with a pair of the worst QBs to ever grace the Tecmo field? See what the 1991-1993 rosters really looked like with these roms with 100% accurate rosters. Hundreds of hours of research and development have gone into these and I hope you enjoy as much as I do. Roms include 1978 Season 1979 Season 1980 Season 1981 Season 1982 Season 1983 Season 1984 Season (2 versions) 1985 Season 1986 Season (2 versions) 1987 Season (2 versions) 1988 Season 1989 Season 1990 Season 1991 Season 1992 Season 1993 Season
  38. 1 point

    Version 1.0.0

    1,798 downloads

    This NES ROM edit is the Legends Edition of Tecmo NBA Basketball, featuring the greatest (or most famous) players in the history of 27 NBA teams. The included eras span the 1950's (George Mikan, Bill Sharman, etc) all the way to the present (Lebron James, Kristaps Porzingis, etc). Using Basketball-Reference.com and a handful of Google searches, the player avatars and ratings have been matched to represent the real-life counterparts as closely as possible. I even went in, using Tile-Layer Pro, and added affros to the selection of player haircuts. Enjoy!
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