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Welcome to the Fan Games ‘n’ Hacks wiki! This wiki is about fan made games based on characters from other media and ROM hacks of video games. We advise you to write about a fan made game or a
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Welcome to the Fan Games ‘n’ Hacks wiki! This wiki is about fan made games based on characters from other media and ROM hacks of video games. We advise you to write about a fan made game or a ROM hack or a fan made MOD you know about. There are plenty of coded activities that have entertained us over the years and this is a place where we can bring their stories together. What are these things? [ ] Fan-Game: Video games based on already existing material, such as Super Mario, Sonic, etc. made by fans of the property. These games are typically freeware, not costing anything. Modifications of ROMs (Read-Only-Memory (Typically used for cartridge games like for the NES, SNES, Genesis, Nintendo 64, etc.)). Fan-made modifications of games (typically hacks of non-ROMs/ISOs like PS2, GameCube, XBOX, etc. games) that usually add new features and/or completely over-haul it. Care to help? [ ] There are many fan games and ROM hacks on the web and this place is dedicated to finding many of them. We are only talking about ones that exists, not ones you’d see on Fantendo where they don’t exists. We also will accept fan-made MODs, such as the Games Repainted series, as they could be classified as non-ROM Hacks. When making a page, always categories it and add a template that displays what it is. There are three templates called Fan-game”, “ROM-hack” and “MOD.” Fan Games ‘n’ Hacks Wiki is a fan-made game. See Fan Games. Fan Games ‘n’ Hacks Wiki is a ROM Hack. See ROM Hacks. Fan Games ‘n’ Hacks Wiki is a MOD. See MODs. Don’t forget the infoboxes! Helping this wiki would be great, and hopefully, this will become the main Wikipedia site for fan-games, hacks and mods of all sorts! Super Mario, Sonic The Hedgehog, Mega Man, Kirby, Legend Of Zelda, Super Monkey Ball, Pheonix W. hang on! Is there a Pheonix Wright fan game? (I saw one on the Lost Media Wiki). Rules, (maybe) helpful advice and stuff [ ] At the beginning of every page, always add a template that state if it’s a “Fan-Game”, “ROM-Hack” or “MOD”. These templates also automatically adds the page to the Fan-Game/ROM-Hack/MOD category and also acts as a nice formatting style that immediately informs the reader the type of media the article is about. Ideally put the page in “Series” and “Year-of-release” categories (e.g. “Kirby Fan Games” and “2010 Fan Games”), as well a category with the name of the developer (e.g. “Firestyle”). MODs use “(year of release) Hacks” and “(modded game) Hacks” for their categories since Mods could be considered ROM-hacks or at least something similar. Notices [ ] Image Template Name “Stub” Used if there is not enough information on a page or section. “NeedImages” Used if there is no/not enough images in a page “SourceLanguage” Used if the page is about media from a non-English speaking area or the game isn’t English (English is this wiki’s main language). It can be removed if the information on the page is somewhat confirmed to be accurate. “UnderConstruction” Used if the page is currently in the process of being edited.