11 March 2016 - Forum Rules
Started by keisui, November 27, 2021, 05:13:43 AM
Quote from: FAST6191 on November 27, 2021, 10:04:20 AMTwo main approaches, maybe three depending upon how you want to view it and four if you fancy your hand with a soldering iron.1) The DS does not ultimately care what screen does what. Some people use this to make codes to alter the screen used, usually to play on "GB Macro" modded DS consoles (people chop the screen off because broken hinge or whatever, chuck in a resistor to fake the screen and originally used it as a pretty nice GBA playing device but later found some games that worked with the DS aspect that was still there).I have never found a path to a universal cheat that works on hardware like we have for backlight codes and don't expect to. Said code might work on an emulator, though that is fairly redundant as most emulators have the option to do things.https://gbatemp.net/threads/mario-kart-swap-screens.464911/https://gbatemp.net/threads/action-replay-code-to-switch-screens.355486/page-2#post-4917168https://gbatemp.net/threads/deadskullzjrs-nds-cheat-databases.488711/page-15#post-8265045http://problemkaputt.de/gbatek.htm#dspowercontrol for the hardware aspects.Rather than button pushes like some of the cheats in the threads above I would find an area of memory that is a set pattern during the tutorials (dump memory/make a savestate before, during and after and compare; there is bound to be something unique you can latch onto) but not at other times and do the if this then that aspect but for said memory area rather than buttons, though if you want to do buttons then that works too.2) If it is engine related then you might well be able to mess with it hard enough that you can do it there if it has its own simple command in there, how much effort I would put into this vs 1) above I don't know but it is a possibility.3) You do something like 1 or 2 but mess with the game code proper.4) https://gbatemp.net/threads/ds-phat-screen-swap-physical-switch-top-screen-kept.542995/ if you want to play with a soldering iron.
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