Posted 12 March 2005 - 07:56 PM
However, it seems to have been transferred from
www.xcomufo.com/hatfarm to hatfarm.xcomufo.com
because the links to the files are not local links and refer to the previous location.
Therefore they are currently broken.
Deleting the "http://www.xcomufo.com/hatfarm/" part of the links should fix them.
Posted 28 March 2005 - 10:46 PM
"Xenocide & xcomufo Forums" which points to "http://hatfarm.xcomufo.com/".
The link from this forum "Hatfarm's Xcom Game Data Website Subforums"
points to "http://www.stonepool.com/xcom/".
But then if you go to hacking data you find the moved un-updated page.
Sooooo I made a small archive of this so called "Hacking data" to be viewed locally for your viewing pleasure.
hatfarm.zip 24.18K 166 downloads
The only difference with the website is that all links are local.
So you can navigate the pages as long as they are in the same directory.
Just load the index.html file.
Posted 29 March 2005 - 01:56 AM
Offset 42 - Sex - Possible values = 00 - Male
01 - Female
Offset 43 - Appearance - Possible values = 00 - Blonde
01 - Redhead
02 - Asiatic
03 - Black
Offset 3E - Armour - Possible values = 00 - No Armor
01 - Personal Armour
02 - Power Suit
03 - Flying Suit
now whats 04 and 02´??
alien skins perhaps?
Offset 00 - Soldier Rank - Possible values = 00 - Rookie
01 - Squaddie
02 - Sergeant
03 - Captain
04 - Colonel
05 - Commander
famous units in target exit??
or units in target entrance??
i dont know how to change theese things but someone should research
Posted 01 April 2005 - 04:52 PM
in the directory for one of your saved game with a hex editor.
Then you go to the offset indicated (in hexadecimal)
and change the value to something else.
Posted 04 April 2005 - 12:14 PM
So the first byte in a file is at offset 0x0 (0 in hexadecimal since there is no other byte before it).
the second would be 0x1... after 0x9 we go to 0xA, 0xB since we are in hexadecimal.
Let's say you use fhred, a free hex editor [ http://www.kibria.de/frhed.html ],
now it's a bit quirky for searching byte values but otherwise it's ok.
Now say you want to go to offset 41 in soldier.dat,
then you use Ctrl+G and type x41.
Then you can modify that value from 00 to ff.
Hope that was usefull.
Edited by wolphin, 04 April 2005 - 12:15 PM.