I've often had the thought that, even if I did NOTHING but spend my life making games starring female characters, it would be only the barest drop in the bucket compared to what's already been done. That's when I got the idea to actually edit the ROM files of old games, and add female protagonists to as many games as humanly possible. I've had this idea for awhile, ever since reading those articles about the father who hacked Legend of Zelda to star a female protagonist. I was hoping to get some advice on getting start with hex editing. I don't even care which system, I just want to get the tech working. Genesis, SNES, NES, whatever! As long as there's a way to get at those pixels... After I determine feasibility, I'll start a website for the project where people can upload tiles. Perhaps a wiki? Which games should I even start with? I'm fairly confident that I'll be able to work with NES games, hopefully SNES and Genesis won't be much harder. I made a folder for the project, which just has some resource links so far: https://drive.google.com/folderview?...WM&usp=sharing You guys know way more about this stuff than I do, I'm a complete noob to hex editing. I've made games before, our latest was King's Ascent (http://www.kongregate.com/games/shoosein/kings-ascent ). But I've never edited an NES ROM. Any advice is appreciated, on how to get started.