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Old 24 January 2016, 10:58   #10
Foebane
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Akira, TOSEC files are tricky at best. Whilst most of them work, a lot of them don't, even on emulators, and thus have the alternate [a] versions to fall back on. Also, some cracking groups are more competent than others and of course, the badly-coded cracktros from those incompetent groups crash. Then you have the games filled with trainers [t], and hacks [h] in general. And most bafflingly of all, there are the broken [b] files - why keep them? For the curiosity of programmers?

Anyway, the filenames contain all the information you need to know about the content of the files, and here is a comprehensive guide to all the jargon I've given some examples to above:
http://www.tosecdev.org/tosec-naming-convention
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