UnclePunch

is creating Melee Training Mods

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Most recent public version is available for download at http://www.tinyurl.com/TrainingMode

Training Mode is a modpack for Super Smash Bros. Melee that aims to streamline practice by providing pre-made individual training scenarios. This mod utilizes the event mode present in Super Smash Bros. Melee and reworks them to focus around specific techniques, complete with automatic savestate functionality to allow for rapid-fire practice. Some events have included video tutorials playable in-game (ISO version only) to teach the player about the tech and how to perform it. In addition to these events, Training Mode also includes onscreen text displays which provide you with information otherwise unavailable to you mid-game. Training Mode is available in both ISO and memory card save file form.

Ever since I saw what Achilles and Dan Salvato could do with Melee, I knew I wanted to do the same. In late 2016 I began to learn how to ASM hack melee by watching Dan's YouTube tutorial. Over the next year-and-a-half I researched and studied how Melee's code functioned. About six months ago I made two big discoveries. One that would allow me to place standard text onscreen and another that would give me complete control over specific event matches.

I immediately thought of ways to use these features from a competitive outlook. I used the former to show the player information that was otherwise hard to convey via color overlays, and I used the latter to create mini training scenarios tailored for rapid fire practice.

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