Hart-Hunt

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  1. Version 2.2.2

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    Patch must be applied to a Mega Man X (U), UNHEADERED ROM . There's two patches included in the download, one for the v1.0 of the ROM, and one for the v1.1 of the ROM. Patching into the wrong version of the ROM will lead to glitches and bugs all over the place. Mega Man X: Hard Type Mega Man X: Hard Type is a rebalance and stage redesign project for Megaman X for the SNES. Within its objective is to enhance the difficulty to provide a fresh new experience to veterans of the platform genre. Mega Man X: Soft Type Mega Man X: Soft Type is a patch included in the download, which features all of the changes listed below, except for the level redesigns. It's a must for players who want to check out a rebalanced verison of the original, without having to play the redesign stages! Think of it as a middle ground between the original, and MMX: Hard Type! List of changes: Level changes: Every single level has been redesigned from scratch, including bosses arenas. AI changes: Regular enemies, bosses and minibosses have had their AI enhanced, making them more responsive and faster, among other things. Enemy stat rebalances: Enemies have had their HP rebalanced and they usually deal more damage. Player stat rebalances: Ammo has been reduced, and each of the weapon's costs have been rebalanced. Damage done by weapons have been rebalanced as well (The Hadouken isn't a 1-shot anymore), both against regular enemies and bosses. Some weapons had their speed rebalanced. The body upgrade has been nerfed to 25% damage reduction. Other misc changes: Infinite lives. Dialogue changes. Spec mode modified. Death counter in the pause screen. Each of the bosses can now be rebattled. Each of the Maverick stages can be exited without having beaten it first. Hadouken capsule only requires 1 visit. Doesn't require all stages beaten. Dash acquired after completing the Intro Stage. Custom Title. Other rebalances and small additions. Want to donate? Click here! Patch must be applied to a Mega Man X (U), UNHEADERED ROM . There's two patches included in the download, one for the v1.0 of the ROM, and one for the v1.1 of the ROM. Patching into the wrong version of the ROM will lead to glitches and bugs all over the place. Credits: Xeeynamo, for creating the MMXE 0.7.1 Beta editor. This project wouldn't have even started without this wonderful tool; huge thanks to you. Xeeynamo's website: http://digitalwork.altervista.org/ justin3009 of the Megaman X9 Forums, for his great help in ASM hacking. Red Guy, for improving the MegaED X editor to levels I didn't even believe were possible. Thanks to you, the MMX community will hopefully be encouraged to release more of these projects. Just... Thank you. BTB, Advent and Stann for their help on improving the dialogue. You guys rock. \m/ Every Beta Tester or player who has given feedback for this project so far. (Names in the forum thread) Everyone in Insane Difficulty, giving me support, constructive opinions, suggestions. http://ww.insanedifficulty.com The crew in New Game +. http://www.ngplus.net
  2. I will check it today and respond here. Thank you!
  3. Version 0.1.6

    144 downloads

    Patch must be applied to a Mega Man X2 (U), UNHEADERED ROM . Patching into the wrong version of the ROM will lead to glitches and bugs all over the place. Mega Man X2: Hard Type Mega Man X2: New Hard Type is a WIP project - rebalance and stage redesign project for Megaman X2 for the SNES. Within its objective is to enhance the difficulty to provide a fresh new experience to veterans of the platform genre. List of changes for the final version: Level changes: Every single level will be redesigned from scratch. More enemies, completely new, reimagined areas. Upgrades locations completely relocated and others. Note that while this is called "Hard Type", it's simply a reimagine of the old stages with a more competent difficulty curve, and should not be mistagged with names like "Kaizo". Such concepts are out of this project's scope. Note that this is an Alpha release. Further development of X2 will be done after its sister project, Mega Man X: New Hard Type gets to its final version. Want to donate? Click here! Credits: Xeeynamo, for creating the MMXE 0.7.1 Beta editor. This project wouldn't have even started without this wonderful tool; huge thanks to you. Xeeynamo's website: http://digitalwork.altervista.org/ justin3009 of the Megaman X9 Forums, for his great help in ASM hacking. Red Guy, for improving the MegaED X editor to levels I didn't even believe were possible. Thanks to you, the MMX community will hopefully be encouraged to release more of these projects. Just... Thank you. BTB, Advent and Stann for their help on improving the dialogue. You guys rock. \m/ Every Beta Tester or player who has given feedback for this project so far. (Names in the forum thread) Everyone in Insane Difficulty, giving me support, constructive opinions, suggestions. http://ww.insanedifficulty.com The crew in New Game +. http://www.ngplus.net
  4. Version 0.1.0 released! What's New in Version 0.1.0: Level changes: Chill Penguin's stage redesigned. Boss battle is the same as vanilla - will be modded in a latter version. General tweaks in already released stages. Enemy changes: Rebalanced speed values of enemies present in all stages. Engine changes: X's dying animation is a lot shorter. READY text animation when spawning is a lot shorter. Both changes allow for faster respawning and gameplay. Leg Capsule in Chill Penguin's stage now adds: Higher jump, slower sliding down of walls, and break breakable blocks by kicking. Dialogue changes: Dr. Light's dialogue with the Leg Capsule was redesigned to reflect the new changes. As always, a lot of background work with misc changes that is not worth mentioning.
  5. Patch must be applied to a Mega Man X (U), UNHEADERED ROM . There's two patches included in the download, one for the v1.0 of the ROM, and one for the v1.1 of the ROM. Patching into the wrong version of the ROM will lead to glitches and bugs all over the place. Mega Man X: NEW Hard Type Mega Man X: New Hard Type is a WIP retake of the Mega Man X: Hard Type mod. It greatly expands the scope of the project with the addition of new modding tools that allow more radical redesign of the levels. List of changes for the final version: Level changes: Every single level will be redesigned from scratch. More enemies, completely new, reimagined areas. Upgrades locations completely relocated and others. Note that while this is called "Hard Type", it's simply a reimagine of the old stages with a more competent difficulty curve, and should not be mistagged with names like "Kaizo". Such concepts are out of this project's scope. Gameplay rebalances: Upgrades get a few more uses for further rebalance between them. X starts the game with dash enabled. Leg Upgrade allows for higher jump height, and decreased wall slide speed. When combined with the Arm Upgrade, it also allows for faster ladder climbing. Head Upgrade recovers half of a SubTank's capacity each die X dies. Body Upgrade now only reduces 25% of incoming damage. Arm Upgrade functions the same as the original: Enables third level charge of the buster and allows for special weapons charging. Hadouken is not longer a 1-shot and it's easier to fire / land. Details to come. Zero gives an upgrade to X after the Vile battle. No spoilers. Other gameplay rebalances. X gets a SubTank for every 2 SubTank Pieces. By grabbing all 4 SubTank Pieces, you get 2 SubTanks total. SubTank Piece Counter added in the pause screen. Infinite Lives. Death Counter up to 999 added in the pause screen. Weapon speeds get rebalanced. Weapon damage gets rebalanced. Weapon usage cost gets rebalanced. Duration of Sting Chameleon's charged attack gets rebalanced (Yes, I typed that separatedly). Invincible frames after hit are slightly reduced (emphasis on the word slightly). Health drop rates are unchanged. "Spec Mode" (Little button in the bottom left in the Select Stage screen) now includes difficulty labels for all stages, so the player can pick a stage with the difficulty they want most. They also include the upgrades in the stage as well. Stages can be exited at any given time, with no need to beat them first. Only notable exception is Highway Stage (since it's the Intro Stage). Enemies get their fair rebalance, as well. Enemies get faster and more reactive. Enemies deal more damage. Enemies are more grouped and better synergized. Enemies drink your tears. Want to donate? Click here! Download: Patch must be applied to a Mega Man X (U), UNHEADERED ROM . There's two patches included in the download, one for the v1.0 of the ROM, and one for the v1.1 of the ROM. Patching into the wrong version of the ROM will lead to glitches and bugs all over the place. Credits: Xeeynamo, for creating the MMXE 0.7.1 Beta editor. This project wouldn't have even started without this wonderful tool; huge thanks to you. Xeeynamo's website: http://digitalwork.altervista.org/ justin3009 of the Megaman X9 Forums, for his great help in ASM hacking. Red Guy, for improving the MegaED X editor to levels I didn't even believe were possible. Thanks to you, the MMX community will hopefully be encouraged to release more of these projects. Just... Thank you. BTB, Advent and Stann for their help on improving the dialogue. You guys rock. \m/ Every Beta Tester or player who has given feedback for this project so far. (Names in the forum thread) Everyone in Insane Difficulty, giving me support, constructive opinions, suggestions. http://ww.insanedifficulty.com The crew in New Game +. http://www.ngplus.net
  6. Congratulations on the release zombero! Sorry I wasn't able to catch the stream.
  7. I want to publicly thank @GrayShadowsfor his gift. I haven't heard from artemi, but this guy right here made the most original gift right here, and he deserves a cheers from the rest of the community. It's not much, but I hope that we can return the good vibes in 2018. Everyone, thank you for participating, it was a blast as always. I wish you all a happy New Year. Here's a cheers to y'all.
  8. What do you mean with this? As a general reminder, we only host mods in .ips or other patch-type of formats in this site. Also, about the PMs, that includes us Admins us well. We have been long trying to contact you, not only through this site, with no answer.
  9. Progress is being made. Enemies are all designed and tested, and now I'm slowly changing the graphics towards its final version. Here's a preview of the first part of the stage with its final graphics. I make a lot of progress in my development streams. Be sure to follow the thread to know when I stream so you can catch the changed being made live!
  10. Let's take the intro stage in New Hard Type. As it is an introductory stage of the hack, I wanted to include a handful of elements (or you could call them tropes) that would be present in the stages, while retaining the original theme of the stage. The tropes to include were: Horizontal linear platforming, Multiple pathing, Expanded, detailed world, Claustrophobic sections (with enemies enhancing the idea), Vertical climbing sections. So I took the original concept of the highway and expanded onto it. I made a highway, in which you end up falling to the underground area of the city, traveling around the area to get back to the surface to get to your original destination. It conveys into a theme and results in both an open stage with a more claustrophobic interlude, with even a vertical section. In this case, what did I design first? Did I slap together platforms and enemies and call it a stage? Or did I design entire sections and mesh them together? Or did I instead design the tropes that would be included and explores? Or did I design the entire theme of the stage and then explore and expand onto it? Basically, an unexperienced designer will do from the former to the latter, while the more experienced designer will try to go from the latter to the former: From the theme to the details, from the design tropes to be explored to the individual jump lengths and enemy positions to be adjusted. So, what I propose in this topic is to discuss what could be explored in each stage! We have the following map to work with (zoom in the image): If you don't remember where each stage occurs within the map, load your old MMX game and check it. What I want to discuss here, is different ideas to brainstorm. An example of something I could work with would be something like: "Intro stage: Highway like the original. Horizontal stage, possibly exploring multiple paths after falling from an individual jump (should probably include visual cues to let the player know you can fall safely there). After finding the bee miniboss, the floor falls and suddenly you're in an entirely new area, an underground where you need to find your way back up. Then you reach the end of the stage". That's a bit convoluted. How about something more friendly, more fun to imagine: "Storm Eagle: You start at the airport, then you jump from ship to ship. Maybe the background moving suggesting that the ships are in movement? In each ship you infiltrate from the rear to the front while fighting the defenses, until you infiltrate the main ship of the maverick army, where Storm Eagle is hiding." "Flame Mammoth: Slowly descending into a volcano. Etc." Use your imagination and help me start the designing process!
  11. Streaming more NHT development in 5 minutes! https://www.twitch.tv/harthunt
  12. Yo! After a few months of newly absense, I'm back and running! I've finished the second half of the platforms of Chill Penguin (tweaked the little preview I showed in the stage design thread), and now I'm designing the first half, for then to add enemies, and add the graphics! And I'm also announcing that I'll be streaming on next Sunday! I'll be updating the thread with the actual time I'll be around, but if you have any questions, feel free to ask here or in the Mega Man X Hard Type Discord channel in NG+ chat!
  13. @pbrand! Merry Christmas! I based it after your favourite games listed in your profile. I added your name and the logo on the right since I designed it as a desktop background. Also, I have a tendency towards a minimalistic style. If you want any tweaks, do let me know. Hope you like it! Again, I want to personally thank everyone so far for spending so much time making them gifts. They have been so varied, I love it so far! Keep it up! And for those who haven't received their gift yet, I ask you to be patient! More gifts will be coming up!
  14. This is awesome! Thank you Nowea for your gift, and thank you everyone for participating! I'll be posting my gift tomorrow! I'll keep the recipient secret til then
  15. Sup

    Hey friend. I'm happy you're starting to get back on your feet. We've long missed you. Stop by the Discord whenever you can.
  16. One week til the dispersal thread! Remember to make your gifts, everyone!
  17. I've been out of the FFT scene for long, but nevertheless I've yet to play a good rebalance FFT classic mod. So I'll be following both FFT projects closely! I'll give my insight to both independently in the future as well.
  18. Yo! Glad to see you back in the community sir. Welcome back!
  19. I want to personally thank @Nowea and @seibaby for helping out with the event. Let's rock everyone. With these things, making the gifs soner is better than making them late, because one always tends to kick it towards the last minute. Important news: The dispersal thread will be made in the 23th! Gifts will be encouraged to be posted on that same day, but with these things, we know real life can get in the way, so we give a 3 day leeway afterwards, til the 26th. So, you guys have plenty of time to communicate in case you get late with the gift. Happy gifting!
  20. As with the intro stage's teaser trailer back in the day, graphics are all meant to be placeholder - I'm showcasing the design of the first half of the stage here. Enjoy!
  21. Late Friday night stream! https://www.twitch.tv/harthunt
  22. Dude, I totally forgot about that. That was so cool.