Star Wars: Rogue Squadron 3D (Profile Patcher)

Star Wars: Rogue Squadron 3D (Profile Patcher)

Star Wars: Rogue Squadron 3D (Profile Patcher)

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Rogue Squadron Save Game Editor
Version 1.1
December 31, 1998 (Happy New Year!)
Well, here it is.
If anybody has more to add, drop me a line and I'll give you credit when I
add the feature.
I might consider adding a passwords section in the future.
NOTE: Does anybody know why some passcodes get displayed and others don't,
when restoring a saved game? My son *NEEDS* unlimited lives, but I find
I have to continually re-enter the code everytime we start it up; yet
"USEDAFORCE" persists between runs. Very strange.
What I *REALLY* would like, is for somebody to do the legwork on the DATA.DAT
format! I would love to extract the MIDI files and possibly create a mission
To whoever initially figured out the save game stuff.
Saved me an hour or two of messing around.
For those of you programmers out there who haven't discovered it yet,
the MFC Programmer's Sourcebook is an excellent repository of code that
works nicely in a pinch.
Here, I have used two items:
Joerg Koenig's "A Class For Handling The Registry"
Chris Maunder's "Hyperlink Control"
What's New?
1.0 December 28, 1998
    Initial Release
1.1 December 31, 1998
    Added "Secrets" toggle. Just a rough guess of byte flags in the
    Save file that turn on all secret levels and all vehicles.
    This should work independent of the number of gold medals you have.
*This File was leeched off The Cheat Compendium @ DLH.NET*
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This trainer has been verified and it
'works'. If you find any difficulties
please refer to the documentation that
comes with the trainer (if there is any)
or it must be due to the version
differences of the game that was used
for creating this trainer and the version
you are using.

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