Anyone ever messed with emu hacking? I'm interested to share info on different games and what different memory hacks do to them.. (I've found a lot of...interesting...things you can do with the Legend of Zelda, for NES)

(For those not familiar with the term, I mean using an emulator's cheat function to fiddle around with a game's memory locations.. anything from cheating to making really bizzare (and sometimes really cool) gameplay effects.)