Sonic 1 Prototype Disassembly

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  1. Filter

    Filter Newcomer Member

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    Hello yet again! I've been hard at work on this one for about a year, multiple disassembly changes, assembler changes, the list goes on. May I introduce the Sonic 1 Prototype Disassembly, originally done by the Mega Drive Developer's Collective team, revamped by the LethalToxins team. This one is on our top priority, as it isn't fully documented yet. The highlights here is that it uses our good old friend ASM68K, and it aims to replicate the disassembly done by Sonic Retro, but much easier to work with. This isn't completely done but it's at that point where pretty much everything of relevance is documented, such as early water testing routines for HBlank, unused debugging objects, and even some proof that there is quite a bit of free ram in here. I will give updates here and I hope you all enjoy the hard work and effort put into this.

    Disassembly Link:
    https://github.com/LethalToxins/s1-proto-disasm
     
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    TheWitheredStriker Newcomer Trialist

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    Very interesting! Nice work :) I gave the repo a star. Hoping progress will go well!
     
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    Filter Newcomer Member

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    Thank you for the support! Currently progress on the disassembly will be committed once ram is done being identified, and expect SonLVL to be updated as well by the next commit!
     
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