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Mega.nz Fox's Custom VC Games | 10 Titles - 01142017 | Latest: DQM: Caravan Heart

ArecaidianFox May 18, 2016

  1. ArecaidianFox

    ArecaidianFox New Member

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    !- These are just a few things I have either collected and not really found much of elsewhere, or figured out how to do myself with a couple of useful tools, all converted into handy .CIA packages for use on 3DS. Primary credits go to Cracker, for the GBAATM utility, and Asdolo for Ultimate VC Converter series. Also, read the F.A.Q.! -!
    So, now, without further ado...

    Fox's Custom VC Games

    This is a collection of VC games (mostly GBA) that have interesting patches applied. Namely most of the GBA VC games here, which have had a small cheat engine and codes patched into the ROM itself, thus giving the user a way to have cheat codes in AGB_FIRM (Game Boy Advance mode). All games have customized banners befitting their patches, which I have tried to keep fairly close to Nintendo's official ones. Ghosting and darkness removals were also applied to the GBA titles. For the sake of not having to type out the same things more than once, operation instructions for these games are in the F.A.Q. and individual Code Notes sections.

    *GBA Section*
    Golden Sun + Embedded Cheat Engine
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    • No Random Battles - Does not work in encounter zones during the game's opening in Vale, while playing as young Isaac. Otherwise it seems to function normally.
    • Wrld WTW > Hold B - A walk through walls code for the world map. As the code name says, hold the B button to use. Does not work in diagonal directions.
    • Nrml WTW > Hold R - A walk through walls code for anywhere that is not the world map ("normal" maps). As the code name says, hold the R button to use. Does not work while holding B, and not in diagonal directions.
    • Debug Room 1 & Debug Room 2 - With these codes, choose Arena at the title screen menu, then load the saved game you want. Instead of appearing in the arena you will be in the debug room you picked. In Debug Room 1 you can obtain items, Djinn and raise your level and stats. In Debug Room 2, you can see a lot of test character portraits. If you do save inside either Debug Room, make sure it is on an empty slot, and not over your original save. There is an internal change in the game during the segment with the Tolbi-bound ship, either to stop the player from gaining huge amounts of experience from the boss fight, or to prevent the game from crashing (or both). The change in the system stays even after you go to the Debug Rooms, and messing with the Debug Rooms in combination with this can lead to unrecoverable saves. You have been warned. Anyway, after saving in a Debug Room (preferably in an empty save slot), close the game and restart it, and go to the Continue screen. Highlight the Debug Room save, then hold down L, R and Start, then tap A, keeping all buttons pressed. You'll appear at the last Sanctum you visited, with all the stuff you gained in the Debug Rooms.
    • And yes, I know I spelled Garet's name wrong in the ECE Menu -.-
    • Also, yes, I know it's "Coins" and not "Gold" but I didn't catch that until after I'd packed the ROM.
    Golden Sun: The Lost Age + Embedded Cheat Engine
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    • Debug Room 1, 2, 3 and 4 - These debug rooms can be used to obtain items, Djinn and raise your level and stats, as well as check the various Psynergy tests. Debug Room 4 contains most of these features. After saving in a Debug Room (preferably in an empty save slot), close the game and restart it, and go to the Continue screen. Highlight the Debug Room save, then hold down L, R and Start, then tap A, keeping all other buttons pressed. You'll appear at the last Sanctum you visited, with all the stuff you gained in the Debug Rooms.
    • Normal Maps WTW - Walk through walls code, used for any area while not on the World Map. This can only be used while a menu is open (such as the Field Commands menu, opened by pressing A when not near an activatable object, NPC, etc.). You can only travel up and down.
    • World Map WTW - Walk through walls code, used on the World Map outside of the ship. This can only be used while a menu is open (such as the Field Commands menu, opened by pressing A when not near an activatable object, NPC, etc.). You can only travel up and down.
    • World Map WTW > Ship - Walk through walls code, used on the World Map while using the ship. This can only be used while a menu is open (such as the Field Commands menu, opened by pressing A when not near an activatable object, NPC, etc.). You can only travel up and down.
    • Special Code 0w0 - This one I'm kind of proud of. I didn't make this code (like all the others listed on this page), but I had to go through a lot of trouble to convert it to the kind of code the Embedded Cheat Engine uses. And even then, I think it only worked out of sheer dumb luck. Ah, but what does it do? Turn it on while playing as Felix and find out =3 . For the sake of transparency, the translated code is listed below.
    33002100 00DC
    33002107 0003
    83002108 830E920
    8300210C 8304FE4
    32034FB8 00DC
    32034FBF 0003
    82034FC0 830E920
    82034FC4 8304FE4
    Metroid Fusion + Developer Debug Menu Patch
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    Metroid Zero Mission + Toggle Powerups Menu Patch
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    Shining Soul + Embedded Cheat Engine

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    Shining Soul II + Embedded Cheat Engine
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    Kirby: Nightmare In Dream Land + Embedded Cheat Engine
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    • Invincibility only works after being hit. Use with Infinite Health.

    Dragon Quest Monsters: Caravan Heart + English Patch + Embedded Cheat Engine
    !- ECE patched pretty roughly on this one. If you hate occasional slowdowns or audio bugs, maybe stay away from this. I tested minimally. -!

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    *Other VC Games Section*
    Pokémon Prism v0.92 + VC Wireless Link Patch (GBC ROM hack)
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    Super Metroid + Controlfreak Patch (SNES ROM Patch)

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    !- Again, READ THE F.A.Q. SECTION -!
    Changelog

    01-14-2017: Added Dragon Quest Monsters: Caravan Heart, with English patch and Embedded Cheat Engine.
    01-11-2017: This one's a doozy...
    1. Removed Boktai 1, 2 and 3. They wouldn't save and I couldn't sort it out. Original GBA ROMs here. Decryption key is at the bottom of the post, visible after giving a Like.
    2. All GBA games have had ghosting and dark filters removed. They look much better now. Note that Title IDs and the like have changed.
    3. Added Shining Soul 1, with Embedded Cheat Engine.
    4. Added Kirby: Nightmare In Dream Land, with Embedded Cheat Engine.
    5. Added Super Metroid, with Controlfreak patch.
    6. Cleaned up and edited post as needed.
    7. Updated F.A.Q. section.
    8. Had pizza.
    01-09-2017: Updated Pokémon Prism (again). Accidentally built the .CIA with a v0.91 ROM instead of 0.92. Fixed now.
    01-09-2017: Updated Pokémon Prism, game now has VC Wireless Link patch applied.
    12-23-2016: Added Pokémon Prism.
    05-17-2016: Page launch.

    Q: How do I use the Embedded Cheat Engine?
    A: When you first boot a game, you will be taken to the ECE menu. The menu has scrolling text along the bottom that tells you how to activate cheats and start the game. To globally disable active cheats while in-game, press L+R+B. To globally enable your active cheats, press L+R+A. All active cheats are enabled by default when you start the game. Sorry, but there is no way to change which cheats are active while in-game.

    Q: How do I get to Metroid Fusion's debug menu? How do I use it?
    A: Press Start in-game and press R to go to the Samus Status screen. That screen has been replaced with the debug menu. Describing the intricate workings of the debug menu is beyond the scope of this F.A.Q., so I suggest either messing around with it (while avoiding saving), or looking up a guide, if there is one (if anyone has a guide/knows of one, please provide it and I'll link it here with credit).

    Q: How do I toggle powerups in Metroid Zero Mission?
    A: Press Start in-game and press R to go to the Samus Status screen. Any powerups you have collected and are usable can be toggled here.

    Q: Can you add more codes to X game?
    A: I could, but it's more a question of if I want to. Adding more would mean that I'd have to re-add every cheat already included, on top of what is requested. The general answer is no, since I have already tried to include cheats that provide the most utility or make the most sense.

    Q: Can you patch X game with cheats/Add Y patch to Z game?
    A: I'm not doing requests right now. That being said, I always love a good game/ROM hack, and if it interests me and I can't easily find a .CIA version, I'll more than likely do it. Make suggestions if you want (with links, please) and I'll check them out at my leisure. GBA Pokémon ROM hacks will probably (mostly) be the exception to this, seeing as a lot of people are already doing those. Since I likely won't reply directly to suggestion posts, thanks in advance to users who make them.

    Q: Shining Soul 1 and 2 take me to a glitched out screen with awful sounds after I save!
    A: Not really a question, but yeah, that one freaked me out the first time, too. It's actually the ECE menu, so you can just press Start to get right back to the game without cheats. To resume with cheats, either remember how many button presses for what cheats, or close the game and restart it.

    Q: What's with the # symbol before some of these codes?
    A: Any cheats marked with "#" before them require extra info that can't fit into the ECE Menu without adding a bunch of entries with dummy codes, which I won't do. Look for a Code Notes spoiler button below the download links for certain games. Those contain a more detailed description and set of instructions.

    Q: Is Shining Soul 1 a EUR copy?
    A: Yes. Long answer would be that, yes it is, but you don't have to worry about that, it'll play on other region consoles just fine (especially if you've set up your 3DS in the "standard and accepted" way, such as using Luma or comparable CFW). I had to do this because for whatever reason I simply couldn't find codes that worked for a USA copy of the game after translating them into the kind of code the ECE uses.

    Q:WTF is Controlfreak?
    A: Controlfreak is a patch for Super Metroid that gives it a control scheme similar to Metroid Fusion and Zero Mission, which were on the GBA, and took advantage of the hindsight in designing a 2D Metroid game that had shoulder buttons. It also allows for more control customization. If you're used to the GBA Metroid games, or find the controls for Super Metroid a bit odd, give this a try. I personally think it plays better on a handheld like this, especially if you're a casual player or not speedrunning the game. More information can be found here and here.

    Q: The game won't start, it just takes me to an error screen! You uploaded busted crap!
    A: Also not a question. Also, you busted it. I've tested every single game myself to ensure they boot and save. Double check your install process.

    Q: Why don't some cheats work?
    A: I try to check all my cheats to make sure they work, but some of them slip through the cracks, or I don't have the time to play far enough in the game to test them all (looking at you, Golden Sun 1 and 2). Some cheats may also require some extra instructions, which I will try to provide in the Code Notes spoiler sections for each game that needs it. I will also try to note which codes are reported and confirmed not working, and upload replacements with either the bad cheats removed or replaced by working ones.
    None at this time.
    EDIT - 01/11/2017: Well, I finally got off my butt and did it. I made those promised updates to the GBA games. I also added some games, took some away that needed to be removed and cleaned up the post a bit. Even if you've been here before , or never seen this thread before, please take a gander at the small collection of stuff I've assembled!
    EDIT - 12/23/2016: Seeing as I'm adding a Pokémon Game (and not even a GBA one), I'm interested in redoing the current set of GBA games with newer tools. So, in the coming weeks as I have the desire to work on them, look for the current GBA games (and maybe even some new ones) with things like color correction and motion blur removal. I'm providing Prism here because the current way Nintendo handles it's fans and fan projects is horrid, and this game along with Pokémon Uranium and AM2R were the most well-known. Yes, I realize there are potential legal issues regarding the protection of their IP, but they have other legal avenues besides slapping everything with a C&D. So, having Prism here is my way of giving Nintendo, whom I've loved for many years, the middle finger.
    Boktai Trilogy Decrypt Key
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    Hi can you do one for Fire Emblem Sacred Stones with a cheat engine, thanks :)
     
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    Boktai is not letting me start a save file
     
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    Well, I finally got off my butt and did it. I made those promised updates to the GBA games. I also added some games, took some away that needed to be removed and cleaned up the post a bit. Even if you've been here before , or never seen this thread before, please take a gander at the small collection of stuff I've assembled!

    EDIT - Yes, most of my text is misaligned. The editing tools are a bit on the dumb side and keep messing with my format. I'll fix it as soon as the system lets me.

    EDIT 2 - Most of the text is sorted out, just have some minor formatting left. The tools for editing posts really are awful =/
    --- Post merged ---
    Added Dragon Quest Monsters: Caravan Heart, with English patch and Embedded Cheat Engine.
     
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