Drag your ROM file here.
Remove SNES header.
A 512-byte SNES copier header was detected on this ROM.
Normally this should be removed before patching.
Fake SNES header.
Some older SNES patches require a copier header.
You can use this option to provide a temporary header
to get a headered patch to work on this headerless ROM.
Drag your IPS file here.
Get your patched ROM here.
How to use this tool:
Drag your ROM into the box on the left. If your patch provided hashes (CRC, MD5, SHA1) you can check these to make sure you have the correct ROM.
Drag the IPS patch into the middle box. (BPS patch files are also supported.)
Finally the result should be able to download from the box on the right. The patching is done on your own computer. No data is uploaded to any server. You can save this page and use it offline.
IPS is a file format for making modifications to video game ROMs.
This might be used to translate a game to another language,
alter the difficulty,
replace the graphics,
create custom levels,
or make all sorts of other changes.
For more information, here are a few useful resources: