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Wanted for Hire: Change the color palette on NES games

Wanted for Hire: Change the color palette on NES games
by on (#48768)
I'd like to work on a different project and have decided to farm this one out. The first task I have is to change the color palette on a few games. All from the same company, same era, with the same or similar mapper. I'd like to keep the details private for now, but will share the final results with the community at a later date. If you are interested, please let me know so that we can work out all the details.

Prefer to do payment via PayPal.

If this job works out for both parties there may be another task or two as follow ons.


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Re: Wanted for Hire: Change the color palette on NES games
by on (#48770)
2600 wrote:
I'd like to work on a different project and have decided to farm this one out. The first task I have is to change the color palette on a few games. All from the same company, same era, with the same or similar mapper. I'd like to keep the details private for now, but will share the final results with the community at a later date. If you are interested, please let me know so that we can work out all the details.

Prefer to do payment via PayPal.

If this job works out for both parties there may be another task or two as follow ons.


Apologize if this is not the correct section of the forum.


I'd like to redirect you to the Romhacking.net Utilities section and get NES palette editor by MegaManJuno. (Originally by Fakegod, but you're really looking for MegaManJuno's Modded version, It has all of the NES colors.)

It's easier to edit the palettes this way than in a hex editor.

http://www.romhacking.net/utils/428

by on (#48773)
I'd do it for $10/hr ($10 minimum), but it is really easy to do. Just a matter of identify (view palette), search, replace.

by on (#48776)
I'd do it like this. Go into emulator...look at pallet, see what values. Look for those values in hex editor. And change.

edit: obiously check if the values are in the same order and if they dont apear twice or anything.

by on (#48787)
Thanks, I understand this is any easy task. That is why I chose to hire someone for this task instead of my other projects. I wanted to offload an easier task so I can work on other things. I'm also using this as a first project to see if I want to use the same person for a slightly larger project.

Memblers you have a PM.