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  1. Download ROM, open it with a Genesis/MD emulator such Gens or Kega Fusion on PC.
  2. Thanks! I am thinking of doing a final, quick "Stanley Cup" update to this rom, in which I will generally tick up the forward ratings a little, but keep the general approach.
  3. I don't know how to make a ROM with more than 30 teams. Elsewhere on the forums there is talk that slapshot67 and smozoma have a working 32-team ROM. If I can work with that, Vegas will be in 2018 ROM. If not, I might take out Arizona for Vegas in 2018 ROM.
  4. My idea was this (which may or may not work). 1) Take an original NHL 94 rom (ROM A) 2) Copy ROM A, and make no changes other than applying Y-button goalie patch (now modded ROM B ) 3) Create an IPS patch that patches ROM B --> ROM A. You'll now have an IPS patch that removes the goalie Y-button patch. 4) Take any ROM from which you want to remove the goalie y-button patch, and run the IPS patch on it.
  5. Just guessing here: Take an unpatched NHL94 rom A and apply the y-button goalie patch to rom B. Then create an ips patch that makes rom B --> rom A. Apply that ips patch to the 94 rom from which you want to want to remove the y-button goalie patch
  6. You'll just keep tweaking and tweaking and tweaking, which is fine. Starting from others' work will be a huge time saver, but again the question is how much you want to personalize. In my experience, editing rink graphics and tiles is the most difficult thing to do, so much that I barely touch it. Editing rosters/lines is the easiest to do, but on pure volume of stuff to be done it's the most time consuming. So much depends on your project goals, which will change as you go. I say just dive in and ask questions when they come up.
  7. Fantastic! I would love to use your template if possible as well.
  8. Is there any update on this?
  9. Alright you ingrates, here's an alternate 'outdoor' 2017 rom as requested by Brianski. This rom is identical to my 2017 deadline rom, except that the ice logos and home uniforms are changed for PIT, WPG, TOR and STL for their outdoor games this year. The away uniforms for PHI, CHI, DET, and EDM are also changed to their outdoor uniforms (note that Flyers away is now black and WPG home is now white, which may make it tough to use them against other teams in this rom). Screens:
  10. I have been on this forum for 12 years playing in several leagues, then releasing ~10 ROMS and always taking feedback. You are the first person I have had the slightest bit of tension with. I'll just go back to getting along fine with everyone else now.
  11. There was no "going back" on my comment about having a team working on re-make in unreal engine. The whole post was a silly joke, and I was trying to make it sound as ridiculous as possible, mainly as a response to the sense I was getting that people might have unrealistic expectations about the hacks I've done and what I can do in future. I'm just some random dude who knows nothing about programming doing this for free on a 20-year old game using hacking tools made by other random guys for free. The "rom" I described in that post would basically have been an indie game requiring hundreds (possibly thousands) of man-hours of labor for professional game makers basically making a product form scratch. Then I also threw in that it would be 512kb, which is a smaller file than a decent clip of single goal horn (for instance the uploaded DAL goal horn was 3MB, 6 times as big as 512kb!). The whole thing was utterly, completely ridiculous. I guess the original point remains--people need to keep perspective on what is reasonable in these amateur hacks made basically for a tiny internet forum. Of course not everyone knows the details of ROM hacking, but if you thought that 'rom' was a real possibility just use it as a humble reality check as to how much you don't know before making requests. Also keep in mind that the major challenge for NHL94 hacks going forward is if someone can make a new rom template that can accommodate simply 31 teams to fit in Vegas without deleting anybody or making the game crash entirely. I plan to keep making hacks, they will be free, and I hope people enjoy them. Humble requests will remain welcome ( I should have an outdoor alt version in a few days).
  12. I honestly can't tell if some of these replies are sarcastic, or if people think I am serious that I have a team working on a new, completely re-modeled version with features that EA can't even get right with a budget in the $10s of millions? .
  13. I was waiting to announce this, but me and my team of artists I have completely re-done the game in unreal engine with polygonal graphics. With a little extra work, we will also have photorealistic coaches on the bench, 4 officials on the ice, and accurate team goal horns. Also adding AHL, KHL, SHL, and national teams. 50/50 if we can have every NCAA team as well. ROM will be free and 512kb download.
  14. Only 2 uniforms per team, one for home and away. There is nothing I'd like more than a true re-make of NHL 94 with no limits on number of teams. I've made like a dozen custom roms for different seasons--it would make me so happy if I could put them all in the same ROM. Choose a team, choose what year's roster, choose from 10+ uniforms...*tear* For instance, here's the Kings in my '87 rom which I think are the uniforms you like. And WIP for outdoor rom. The center ice logos will take some tweaking though: