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Disassemblies

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This pages lists all the public disassemblies made by the Sonic hacking community. Some of these disassemblies are still being worked on on the Community SVN Project, which are more up-to-date and accurate than those listed on this page, and are already split.

Contents

Sonic 1

  • The Hg version is the most up to date version.
  • Sonic 1 SVN Disassembly (info) - Snapshot taken 16 July 2010.
  • The following are kept for historical purposes only:
    • Old Hivebrain disassemblies:
      • Sonic 1 (Split and Text by Hivebrain) (info) - The June 2005 release of Hivebrain's Sonic 1 split disassembly. SonED2 project files are available here. It targets SNASM68k. Very well labeled, but because of certain problems with SNASM68k it is recommended to use either the ASM68k version or the AS version of this disassembly (also note that this version doesn't work with any 64 bit OS and may not work with Windows 2000/XP/Vista/7!) :
      • Sonic 1 (Split and Text by Hivebrain) (ASM68K) (info) - A modified version of Hivebrain's split disassembly targeting ASM68K. As a result, it builds much faster, does not need to use an external program for includes (and hence bypasses s1comb.asm), and can be optimized in various ways. The SVN version of the Sonic 1 disassembly is based on this version.
      • Sonic 1 (Split and Text by Hivebrain) (AS) (info) - A modified version of Hivebrain's split disassembly targeting AS. As a result, it does not need to use an external program for includes (and hence bypasses s1comb.asm), and AS-specific features such as functions, nameless temporary labels and improved macro facilities can be used. Tools for building for Linux are available here (info) and Mac users should click here (info) for build tools.
    • Old drx disassemblies:
  • Sonic 1 Z80 Sound Driver (Text format by Flamewing) (info) - A vastly improved version of Puto's disassembly of the Z80 sound driver.
  • The following is kept for historical purposes only:
  • Project Sonic 1: Two-Eight by MarkeyJester modifies the game's level layout engine to use Sonic 2's 128x128-pixel chunks and path-swapping system.

Sonic 2

Sonic 2 Master System

Sonic 2 Nick Arcade prototype

Sonic 2 Wai prototype

Sonic 2 Beta 4

Sonic 2 final

Revision 00

Revision 01

  • The Hg version is the most up to date version.
  • The following are kept for historical purposes only:
    • Sonic 2 (Split and Text by Xenowhirl) - The 2007 release of the disassembly of Sonic the Hedgehog 2, by Xenowhirl. It is far better labeled than its predecessors and the assembly times are very fast (1-5 seconds). The disassembly itself is fully SonED2 compatible, and project files are bundled. It targets the Macro Assembler AS, and is cross-platform. The SVN version of the Sonic 2 disassembly is based on this version. Tools for building for Linux are available here and Mac users should click here for build tools. Very highly recommended.
    • Old Nemesis disassemblies:
    • Sonic 2 (Split and Text by Aurochs) - The 2006 release of the disassembly of Sonic the Hedgehog 2, by Aurochs. It is better labeled than Nemesis' disassembly and the compile times are much faster. The disassembly itself is fully SonED2 compatible, and project files are bundled. It targets the Macro Assembler AS, and is cross-platform.

Knuckles in Sonic 2

Sonic & Knuckles

Sonic 3 & Knuckles

Sonic Crackers

Sonic 3D: Flickies' Island

Sonic Spinball