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Big fat update to my... erm, site STC-Fan (Oct 14 2005, 06:50 AM)
I finally un-lazified myself the other day and sorted out a proper index page. So you no longer have to type in [directory name xyz] to get to any of my site contents. In future, just use this link:

http://stc.hacking-cult.org

(yes, I can't actually the edit the link to this under the "Hosted" sidebar, shaddup =P) There, fixed it for you --Gunner112k

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Hi2u drx (Sep 29 2005, 05:49 PM)
a/s/l.

A story.

There are two people - the collector and the messenger.

Back in 2000 or 2001, I met a guy (the messenger) who was selling some stuff that had a nifty name and had '32x' in it, so I bought it (It was the 32x dev kit soft, I didn't know what it was for then). I exchanged numbers with the guy. I got my mobile stolen (with his number) later. I forgot about him.

Back to 2005.

I get a mysterious call from an unknown guy (I don't usually get mobile calls, as I keep my number secret =) ). I called back. It was the messenger.

He said he remembered our talk about Sonic and that I was very passionate about Sonic games. He also said, that he met a guy (the collector), who owns a lot of prototypes. The messenger will help me contact the collector.

Details about the collector: he's quite rich from what I've been told. So he probably doesn't want money. Maybe trade? I have no idea. He doesn't own a lot of Megadrive prototypes, but he got something Sonic-ish from some russian faggots. I asked about the details of the game, but the messenger said he wouldn't know.

Summary: it's most probably some russian bootleg or something. But it's worth a try. If this collector guy is really a collector, he wouldn't be stupid enough to not differentiate from a pirate and a prototype.

So when I'm out of debt, I'm going to go Warsaw (300 km from my current 'place') and
visit this guy. Wish me luck.

PS. I'm homeless, so the support is currently frozen. For everything related to Hacking CulT, contact our ninja Gunner.

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Small Update Gunner112k (Sep 25 2005, 12:08 AM)
Two things:

1: I updated Hivebrain's Sonic 1 disassembly to the June 2005 version.
2: I added Stealth's revolutionary Knuckles in Sonic 1 in the hacks database.

Check them out.

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We're back again Gunner112k (Sep 21 2005, 08:30 PM)
Our server got a DDoS and we were down for almost three weeks. Let's hope we won't have major downtime like this anytime soon.

In other news, if you don't frequent the SWS2B community, you may not be aware that drx left us again for personal reasons. He won't back anytime soon, which is a real bummer to all of us. I and the rest of the staff will take over his duties for the time being.

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Updates... Ambil (Aug 26 2005, 07:43 PM)
Version 1.1 of my 68k machine code reference is up. Check hosted links in the left menu.

I have added most of the instructions remaining, such as those "bit operations". More examples have been added to the most used instructions (such as move, add, and the logical operations). To finish with, I corrected a few typos.

Next version will include descriptions for each instruction and example.

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Welcome to the family =) drx (Aug 26 2005, 06:09 PM)
Let me welcome:

STC's Hacking Shed - contains only GD-Rom ripping guide. Hopefully STC can put his MD overclocking stuff there soon, too.

Segacon - A utility that allows you to play demos on real hardware by a modified MoD's cord! By jfftails35 :)

Also, Gunner added an about page, mainly for google. And I fixed all the links so they contain www.hacking-cult.org, not just hacking-cult.org. If you could update your links, I'd appreciate it.

Also, I edited the 'Get hosted' page. Get hosted here! Anyone can.

Very much is happenning on CulT recently. I'll reveal more stuff soon.

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Utilities Section Up-to-date Gunner112k (Aug 18 2005, 11:52 PM)
I just put a bunch of new utilities up and updated some that were old and outdated. Take a look. :)

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We're baaaack drx (Aug 18 2005, 09:04 AM)
Thanks to generosity of Sazpaimon of the Sonic CulT, we now have an all shiny 5GB server =)

So yeah, everybody, who had an FTP account should PM me with new user/pass.

Also, I fixed the menu a bit.

And to celebrate the reopening, the hacks database is now IPS-free. That's right, no more patching hassles - just extract and play! --Gunner112k

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LocalH dumps Sonic 3 EPROM Hivebrain (Jul 26 2005, 06:03 PM)
LocalH has dumped his 'beta' copy of Sonic 3, which is stored on a special re-writable EPROM cartridge. Unfortunately, the ROM is identical to the standard copy of Sonic 3, thus ending years of idle speculation.

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Hai2us Ambil (Jul 21 2005, 11:53 AM)
Yes, drx gave me a few capabilities here hehehe. If you see in the left, there's a link to my ASM-to-hex code reference, that will surely become a hot issue in the incoming days. Hope you find it interesting.

Thank you drx for everything. ;)

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