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Redumps. Because sometimes identical ROMs happen, except for the times they aren’t -that- identical.

I posted an upload of these before in various ROM sites, but now I’ve checked them out in slightly more detail than before.

These are some redumps of previous dumps. Although most of these redumps – much like the new dumps – were pure chance dumps (with the exception of the Panel De Pon 98′ Redump, which I bought with my own cash), there’s quite a bit of good and/or interesting to take note of nonetheless.

Due to the nature of these being redumps and many of them being hard to tell from the initial releases, I’ve taken into marking the Month/Day values in the ROM Headers as part of the ROM filename – similar to how GoodTools and No-Intro manage multiple similar-appearing ROM dumps.

Currently these redumps are being hosted elsewhere – chalk it up to mere laziness.

I’ll start with this one. Should be familiar if you checked out the blog just a bit ago –

Gambler Jiko Chuushinsha 2 – Dorapon Quest.
Marked December 20th as opposed to the previous dump’s December 19th. It is otherwise identical down to the checksum.

Let’s Panchinko Nate Gindama 4.
Date is set as November 24th. The dump previously floating around is dated March 21st.

Panel De Pon ’98 Event Version.
Dated December 28th – the previous dump is marked January 11th.

Zelda no Densetsu Kamigami no Triforce.
Dated November 30th. The previous dump was dated May 21st. This dump is “locked” (It was apparently played to it’s 5-bootup limit), so you can’t run it on BSNES, even though the previous dump runs fine on it last I checked. It otherwise appears to be the same game, of course.

Cu On Pa SFC.
This dump is dated June 15th. The previous was dated May 31st. This also has had it’s boot-ups exhausted and is marked as “locked”.

A bad BS F-Zero 2 Practice dump. The title screen graphics are corrupted. It otherwise seems to play fine. Weird…….

Multple Yoshi no Panepon – BS Ban dumps.
Marked January 2nd, June 14th, and July 5th. I think this is ample evidence to say that this data is fairly common and easy to find.

Peculiar Sutte Hakkun BS Version 2 dumps.
These seem to be a similar case as what the “AK Live Hit Gang” dump was – checksum and maker values were zero’d out. Due to this BSNES and SNESGT won’t run them. They are dated October 19th and November 25th, respectively.

Kirby no Omachahako – Hoshi Kuzushi.

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