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Files - Misc - Backwards Watch

NameBackwards Watch
DateJanuary 12, 2008
DescriptionWatch! - The Most Pointless Hack Ever!

These patches make the hands on Bond's watch move backward. Yes, that's right. The hands in the background of the watch menu really do keep time, and this patch makes them move backwards, not forwards. Note, it doesn't affect your time in-game or anything else of any remote use (probably...), just allows the watch to keep perfect time in reverse.
So, you're probably wondering why make something so inane. It was easy, it shows off how the japanese and european games use floats instead of a long value for time calculations, and I was thinking of the Tigger watch that runs backward when happening across the current watch time value one day.

Apply this patch like any other. Only apply the correct one for the specific region game you are using; don't try to apply a pal patch to ntsc and expect it to work. All regions are covered, and so far it doesn't seem to break anything. Only apply to an *unbyteswapped* rom, or if in doubt use the editor's patching feature.

Watch!-J.ips Japanese game
Watch!-E.ips North American game
Watch!-P.ips European (PAL) game

Download0.001115 Mb


Posted by Octan Baron February 25, 2008 2:10 pm
Do you do this on the Goldeneye Setup Editor 2.2?

Posted by Zoinkity January 25, 2008 4:26 am
...the hands normally *do* keep time. All this does is set the timepiece to move backwards. Instead of adding seconds to the current watch time, it subtracts. It isn't, in any way, useful. Just one of those stupid curiosity hacks that took a whopping 3 minutes to put together.

Posted by 99draiwil January 20, 2008 9:06 pm
Backwards? oh well, it works properly! If it can be made to work in the right direction, this is a very plausable hack for GE.

Posted by ryanoasis January 19, 2008 9:16 pm
Read the Description!

Posted by Ocxus Baron January 15, 2008 10:28 am
Whats the differance

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