Patchers

Patching is a means to make old and broken software run again on modern systems. This is achieved through reverse engineering executable files through disassembly and interactive debugging. The patchers that I create generally take the same approach which is to extend the executable file by appending a new section/segment, and then use function detours to access the new code. The new assembly code is written using the directly encoded bytes of the ISA, precluding the usage of any particular assembler.


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SimCopterX


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Initial Release: 19 April 2019
Last Update: 27 December 2021


Patches SimCopter for compatibility on Windows 10/11, along with a CD-ROM bypass. Fixes old bugs that existed in the game improving stability. Additional (optional) mods that allow the game to be run in higher resolution modes.

SimStreetsX


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Initial Release: 26 September 2019
Last Update: 02 May 2021


Patches Streets of SimCity for compatibility on Windows 10/11, along with a CD-ROM bypass. Fixes old bugs that existed in the game improving stability. Additional (optional) mods that allow the game to be run in higher resolution modes.

SegaPC1X


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Initial Release: 17 June 2021


CD-ROM DRM bypass for Sega Smash Pack 1 (Windows PC).

SC2000X


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Initial Release: 21 August 2021


Intended for SimCity 2000 Win95 version, not for DOS. Fixes the save crash bug and also installs the game.