1. arismendy64

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    huntdown 1.0.4
    0100EBA004726000
    393170fd23f89e46
    Code:
    [inf hp ary64]
    580F0000 035D71F0
    580F1000 00000988
    580F1000 00000038
    580F1000 00000068
    780F0000 00000298
    610F0000 00000000 00000009
    
    [Moon Jump zit]
    80000002
    580F0000 035D71F0
    580F1000 00000988
    580F1000 00000038
    580F1000 00000068
    780F0000 000000AC
    640F0000 00000000 C0800000
    20000000
    
    [Invincible zit]
    580F0000 035D71F0
    580F1000 00000988
    580F1000 00000038
    580F1000 00000068
    780F0000 00000368
    640F0000 00000000 000000FF
    
    [Inf Dash zit]
    580F0000 035D71F0
    580F1000 00000988
    580F1000 00000038
    580F1000 00000068
    780F0000 00000438
    640F0000 00000000 00000000
    
    [One Hit Kill zit(Early Weapons)]
    580F0000 035D71F0
    580F1000 00000988
    580F1000 00000038
    580F1000 00000068
    780F0000 00000314
    640F0000 00000000 000000FF
    
    [inf granade ary64]
    580F0000 035D71F0
    580F1000 00000988
    580F1000 00000038
    580F1000 00000068
    780F0000 00000304
    640F0000 00000000 00000099
    
    [inf ammo ary64]
    580F0000 035D71F0
    580F1000 00000988
    580F1000 00000038
    580F1000 00000068
    780F0000 000002F4
    640F0000 00000000 000003E7
    
    [no reload ary64]
    580F0000 035D71F0
    580F1000 00000988
    580F1000 00000038
    580F1000 00000068
    780F0000 0000032C
    640F0000 00000000 00000000
    
    [auto shootgun ary64]
    580F0000 035D71F0
    580F1000 00000988
    580F1000 00000038
    580F1000 00000068
    780F0000 000002F0
    640F0000 00000000 00000015
    580F0000 035D71F0
    580F1000 00000988
    580F1000 00000038
    580F1000 00000068
    780F0000 00000310
    640F0000 00000000 00000001
     
  2. Eiffel2018

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    Thankyou. that is 1.01
    or you can try

    [TW for Atmosphere]
    581E0000 4A573630
    520E1000 00000018
    780E2000 00000008
    580F1000 4C09DEC8
    980FF0E0
    780F0000 00000029
    610F0000 00000000 00000010

    or

    [TW for Atmosphere]
    581E0000 4A573630
    520E1000 00000018
    780E2000 00000008
    581F0000 4C09DEC8
    980FF0E0
    400E0000 00000000 00000029
    610F01E0 00000000 00000010


    something like this since the heap memory is the same in both version

    HEAP+4C09DEC8 = [MAIN+251B618]+138

    not sure how to make the CODE 9 work properly

    If it works, you can walk pass through the wall/hill, and it would works after switching characters

    thanks a lot
     
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    I don't need to press any button right?
    I already have v 1.0.1 I try it there too.
     
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    ***NO work,It does not work, in either version.
     
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    OMG, had you ever saw any examples on atmosphere cheat code 9?
     
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    this @Eiffel2018 will serve you

    Code Type 9: Perform Arithmetic

    Code type 9 allows performing arithmetic on registers.

    Register Arithmetic Encoding
    9TCRS0s0

    • T: Width of arithmetic operation (1, 2, 4, or 8 bytes).
    • C: Arithmetic operation to apply, see below.
    • R: Register to store result in.
    • S: Register to use as left-hand operand.
    • s: Register to use as right-hand operand.
    Immediate Value Arithmetic Encoding
    9TCRS100 VVVVVVVV (VVVVVVVV)

    • T: Width of arithmetic operation (1, 2, 4, or 8 bytes).
    • C: Arithmetic operation to apply, see below.
    • R: Register to store result in.
    • S: Register to use as left-hand operand.
    • V: Value to use as right-hand operand.
    Arithmetic Types
    • 0: Addition
    • 1: Subtraction
    • 2: Multiplication
    • 3: Left Shift
    • 4: Right Shift
    • 5: Logical And
    • 6: Logical Or
    • 7: Logical Not (discards right-hand operand)
    • 8: Logical Xor
    • 9: None/Move (discards right-hand operand)

    Cheats
    Atmosphère supports Action-Replay style cheat codes, with cheats loaded off of the SD card.

    Cheat Loading Process
    By default, Atmosphère will do the following when deciding whether to attach to a new application process:

    • Retrieve information about the new application process from pm and loader.
    • Check whether a user-defined key combination is held, and stop if not.
      • This defaults to "L is not held", but can be configured with override keys.
      • The ini key to configure this is cheat_enable_key.
    • Check whether the process is a real application, and stop if not.
      • This guards against applying cheat codes to the Homebrew Loader.
    • Attempt to load cheats from /atmosphere/contents/<program_id>/cheats/<build_id>.txt, where build_id is the hexadecimal representation of the first 8 bytes of the application's main executable's build id.
      • If no cheats are found, then the cheat manager will stop.
    • Open a kernel debug session for the new application process.
    • Signal to a system event that a new cheat process has been attached to.
    This behavior ensures that cheat codes are only loaded when the user would want them to.

    In cases where dmnt has not activated the cheat manager, but the user wants to make it do so anyway, the cheat manager's service API provides a ForceOpenCheatProcess command that homebrew can use. This command will cause the cheat manager to try to force itself to attach to the process.

    By default, all cheat codes listed in the loaded .txt file will be toggled on. This is configurable by the user by editing the atmosphere!dmnt_cheats_enabled_by_default system setting.

    Users may use homebrew programs to toggle cheats on and off at runtime via the cheat manager's service API.

    Cheat Code Compatibility
    Atmosphère manages cheat code through the execution of a small, custom virtual machine. Care has been taken to ensure that Atmosphère's cheat code format is fully backwards compatible with the pre-existing cheat code format, though new features have been added and bugs in the pre-existing cheat code applier have been fixed. Here is a short summary of the changes from the pre-existing format:

    • A number of bugs were fixed in the processing of conditional instructions.
      • The pre-existing implementation was fundamentally broken, and checked for the wrong value when detecting the end of a conditional block.
      • The pre-existing implementation also did not properly decode instructions, and instead linearly scanned for the terminator value. This caused problems if an instruction happened to encode a terminator inside its immediate values.
      • The pre-existing implementation did not bounds check, and thus certain conditional cheat codes could cause it to read out-of-bounds memory, and potentially crash due to a data abort.
    • Support was added for nesting conditional blocks.
    • An instruction was added to perform much more complex arbitrary arithmetic on two registers.
    • An instruction was added to allow writing the contents of register to a memory address specified by another register.
    • The pre-existing implementation did not correctly synchronize with the application process, and thus would cause heavy lag under certain circumstances (especially around loading screens). This has been fixed in Atmosphère's implementation.
    Cheat Code Format
    The following provides documentation of the instruction format for the virtual machine used to manage cheat codes.

    Typically, instruction type is encoded in the upper nybble of the first instruction u32.

    Code Type 0: Store Static Value to Memory
    Code type 0 allows writing a static value to a memory address.

    Encoding
    0TMR00AA AAAAAAAA VVVVVVVV (VVVVVVVV)

    • T: Width of memory write (1, 2, 4, or 8 bytes).
    • M: Memory region to write to (0 = Main NSO, 1 = Heap).
    • R: Register to use as an offset from memory region base.
    • A: Immediate offset to use from memory region base.
    • V: Value to write.
    Code Type 1: Begin Conditional Block
    Code type 1 performs a comparison of the contents of memory to a static value.

    If the condition is not met, all instructions until the appropriate conditional block terminator are skipped.

    Encoding
    1TMC00AA AAAAAAAA VVVVVVVV (VVVVVVVV)

    • T: Width of memory write (1, 2, 4, or 8 bytes).
    • M: Memory region to write to (0 = Main NSO, 1 = Heap).
    • C: Condition to use, see below.
    • A: Immediate offset to use from memory region base.
    • V: Value to compare to.
    Conditions
    • 1: >
    • 2: >=
    • 3: <
    • 4: <=
    • 5: ==
    • 6: !=
    Code Type 2: End Conditional Block
    Code type 2 marks the end of a conditional block (started by Code Type 1 or Code Type 8).

    Encoding
    20000000

    Code Type 3: Start/End Loop
    Code type 3 allows for iterating in a loop a fixed number of times.

    Start Loop Encoding
    300R0000 VVVVVVVV

    • R: Register to use as loop counter.
    • V: Number of iterations to loop.
    End Loop Encoding
    310R0000

    • R: Register to use as loop counter.
    Code Type 4: Load Register with Static Value
    Code type 4 allows setting a register to a constant value.

    Encoding
    400R0000 VVVVVVVV VVVVVVVV

    • R: Register to use.
    • V: Value to load.
    Code Type 5: Load Register with Memory Value
    Code type 5 allows loading a value from memory into a register, either using a fixed address or by dereferencing the destination register.

    Load From Fixed Address Encoding
    5TMR00AA AAAAAAAA

    • T: Width of memory read (1, 2, 4, or 8 bytes).
    • M: Memory region to write to (0 = Main NSO, 1 = Heap).
    • R: Register to load value into.
    • A: Immediate offset to use from memory region base.
    Load from Register Address Encoding
    5TMR10AA AAAAAAAA

    • T: Width of memory read (1, 2, 4, or 8 bytes).
    • M: Memory region to write to (0 = Main NSO, 1 = Heap).
    • R: Register to load value into.
    • A: Immediate offset to use from register R.
    Code Type 6: Store Static Value to Register Memory Address
    Code type 6 allows writing a fixed value to a memory address specified by a register.

    Encoding
    6T0RIor0 VVVVVVVV VVVVVVVV

    • T: Width of memory write (1, 2, 4, or 8 bytes).
    • R: Register used as base memory address.
    • I: Increment register flag (0 = do not increment R, 1 = increment R by T).
    • o: Offset register enable flag (0 = do not add r to address, 1 = add r to address).
    • r: Register used as offset when o is 1.
    • V: Value to write to memory.
    Code Type 7: Legacy Arithmetic
    Code type 7 allows performing arithmetic on registers.

    However, it has been deprecated by Code type 9, and is only kept for backwards compatibility.

    Encoding
    7T0RC000 VVVVVVVV

    • T: Width of arithmetic operation (1, 2, 4, or 8 bytes).
    • R: Register to apply arithmetic to.
    • C: Arithmetic operation to apply, see below.
    • V: Value to use for arithmetic operation.
    Arithmetic Types
    • 0: Addition
    • 1: Subtraction
    • 2: Multiplication
    • 3: Left Shift
    • 4: Right Shift
    Code Type 8: Begin Keypress Conditional Block
    Code type 8 enters or skips a conditional block based on whether a key combination is pressed.

    Encoding
    8kkkkkkk

    • k: Keypad mask to check against, see below.
    Note that for multiple button combinations, the bitmasks should be ORd together.

    Keypad Values
    Note: This is the direct output of hidKeysDown().

    • 0000001: A
    • 0000002: B
    • 0000004: X
    • 0000008: Y
    • 0000010: Left Stick Pressed
    • 0000020: Right Stick Pressed
    • 0000040: L
    • 0000080: R
    • 0000100: ZL
    • 0000200: ZR
    • 0000400: Plus
    • 0000800: Minus
    • 0001000: Left
    • 0002000: Up
    • 0004000: Right
    • 0008000: Down
    • 0010000: Left Stick Left
    • 0020000: Left Stick Up
    • 0040000: Left Stick Right
    • 0080000: Left Stick Down
    • 0100000: Right Stick Left
    • 0200000: Right Stick Up
    • 0400000: Right Stick Right
    • 0800000: Right Stick Down
    • 1000000: SL
    • 2000000: SR
    Code Type 9: Perform Arithmetic
    Code type 9 allows performing arithmetic on registers.

    Register Arithmetic Encoding
    9TCRS0s0

    • T: Width of arithmetic operation (1, 2, 4, or 8 bytes).
    • C: Arithmetic operation to apply, see below.
    • R: Register to store result in.
    • S: Register to use as left-hand operand.
    • s: Register to use as right-hand operand.
    Immediate Value Arithmetic Encoding
    9TCRS100 VVVVVVVV (VVVVVVVV)

    • T: Width of arithmetic operation (1, 2, 4, or 8 bytes).
    • C: Arithmetic operation to apply, see below.
    • R: Register to store result in.
    • S: Register to use as left-hand operand.
    • V: Value to use as right-hand operand.
    Arithmetic Types
    • 0: Addition
    • 1: Subtraction
    • 2: Multiplication
    • 3: Left Shift
    • 4: Right Shift
    • 5: Logical And
    • 6: Logical Or
    • 7: Logical Not (discards right-hand operand)
    • 8: Logical Xor
    • 9: None/Move (discards right-hand operand)
    Code Type 10: Store Register to Memory Address
    Code type 10 allows writing a register to memory.

    Encoding
    ATSRIOxa (aaaaaaaa)

    • T: Width of memory write (1, 2, 4, or 8 bytes).
    • S: Register to write to memory.
    • R: Register to use as base address.
    • I: Increment register flag (0 = do not increment R, 1 = increment R by T).
    • O: Offset type, see below.
    • x: Register used as offset when O is 1, Memory type when O is 3, 4 or 5.
    • a: Value used as offset when O is 2, 4 or 5.
    Offset Types
    • 0: No Offset
    • 1: Use Offset Register
    • 2: Use Fixed Offset
    • 3: Memory Region + Base Register
    • 4: Memory Region + Relative Address (ignore address register)
    • 5: Memory Region + Relative Address + Offset Register
    Code Type 11: Reserved
    Code Type 11 is currently reserved for future use.

    Code Type 12-15: Extended-Width Instruction
    Code Types 12-15 signal to the VM to treat the upper two nybbles of the first dword as instruction type, instead of just the upper nybble.

    This reserves an additional 64 opcodes for future use.

    Code Type 0xC0: Begin Register Conditional Block
    Code type 0xC0 performs a comparison of the contents of a register and another value. This code support multiple operand types, see below.

    If the condition is not met, all instructions until the appropriate conditional block terminator are skipped.

    Encoding
    C0TcSX##
    C0TcS0Ma aaaaaaaa
    C0TcS1Mr
    C0TcS2Ra aaaaaaaa
    C0TcS3Rr
    C0TcS400 VVVVVVVV (VVVVVVVV)
    C0TcS5X0

    • T: Width of memory write (1, 2, 4, or 8 bytes).
    • c: Condition to use, see below.
    • S: Source Register.
    • X: Operand Type, see below.
    • M: Memory Type (operand types 0 and 1).
    • R: Address Register (operand types 2 and 3).
    • a: Relative Address (operand types 0 and 2).
    • r: Offset Register (operand types 1 and 3).
    • X: Other Register (operand type 5).
    • V: Value to compare to (operand type 4).
    Operand Type
    • 0: Memory Base + Relative Offset
    • 1: Memory Base + Offset Register
    • 2: Register + Relative Offset
    • 3: Register + Offset Register
    • 4: Static Value
    • 5: Other Register
    Conditions
    • 1: >
    • 2: >=
    • 3: <
    • 4: <=
    • 5: ==
    • 6: !=
    Code Type 0xC1: Save or Restore Register
    Code type 0xC1 performs saving or restoring of registers.

    Encoding
    C10D0Sx0

    • D: Destination index.
    • S: Source index.
    • x: Operand Type, see below.
    Operand Type
    • 0: Restore register
    • 1: Save register
    • 2: Clear saved value
    • 3: Clear register
    Code Type 0xC2: Save or Restore Register with Mask
    Code type 0xC2 performs saving or restoring of multiple registers using a bitmask.

    Encoding
    C2x0XXXX

    • x: Operand Type, see below.
    • X: 16-bit bitmask, bit i == save or restore register i.
    Operand Type
    • 0: Restore register
    • 1: Save register
    • 2: Clear saved value
    • 3: Clear register
    Code Type 0xC3: Read or Write Static Register
    Code type 0xC3 reads or writes a static register with a given register.

    Encoding
    C3000XXx

    • XX: Static register index, 0x00 to 0x7F for reading or 0x80 to 0xFF for writing.
    • x: Register index.
    Code Type 0xF0: Double Extended-Width Instruction
    Code Type 0xF0 signals to the VM to treat the upper three nybbles of the first dword as instruction type, instead of just the upper nybble.

    This reserves an additional 16 opcodes for future use.

    Code Type 0xFF0: Pause Process
    Code type 0xFF0 pauses the current process.

    Encoding
    FF0?????

    Code Type 0xFF1: Resume Process
    Code type 0xFF1 resumes the current process.

    Encoding
    FF1?????

    Code Type 0xFFF: Debug Log
    Code type 0xFFF writes a debug log to the SD card under the folder /atmosphere/cheat_vm_logs/.

    Encoding
    FFFTIX##
    FFFTI0Ma aaaaaaaa
    FFFTI1Mr
    FFFTI2Ra aaaaaaaa
    FFFTI3Rr
    FFFTI4X0

    • T: Width of memory write (1, 2, 4, or 8 bytes).
    • I: Log id.
    • X: Operand Type, see below.
    • M: Memory Type (operand types 0 and 1).
    • R: Address Register (operand types 2 and 3).
    • a: Relative Address (operand types 0 and 2).
    • r: Offset Register (operand types 1 and 3).
    • X: Value Register (operand type 4).
    Operand Type
    • 0: Memory Base + Relative Offset
    • 1: Memory Base + Offset Register
    • 2: Register + Relative Offset
    • 3: Register + Offset Register
    • 4: Register Value
     
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    no, a website that has subscriptions had users stealing codes off here and posting on that website.

    even when told to remove them the idiot behind the site kept insisting they were not making money, sorry but a subscription service regardless if optional, is a means of making money off others work.

    then he left as his codes were always getting taken from here and posted to the site without crediting and against his wishes, even ive reported to the site owner and he is ignorant and refuses to remove them.

    the site owner then puts a bs form to report codes stolen and theyll be removed, yet ones ive reported still remain.
     
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    Doing meditative training seems to restore character stats back to normal even at level 100

    — Posts automatically merged - Please don't double post! —

    The purpose for the amiibo code would be to farm weapons; I don't think there are any codes currently that will let you get high stat weapons, or farm a large number of weapons so you can level up what you currently have.
     
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    There is a code from @CJB to level up your current selected weapon to high stat for every character.
    Look for it in the main cheat file on page 1.
     
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    I've been looking at the cheats and I don't see anything in regards to weapon stats or levels; i only see ones that make it so you have a really high attack. Ideally right now I am trying to build weapons in the game that are legitimate, but want to try and skip most of the grind to do so.
     
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    Underhero 1.0.5
    01005CD00F85A000
    85af7fe52a4cc043
    Code:
    [Moon Jump]
    80000002
    580F0000 03DA04F8
    580F1000 000000B8
    580F1000 00000000
    780F0000 0000020C
    640F0000 00000000 40000000
    20000000
    
    [Gold Max]
    580F0000 03DA04F8
    580F1000 000000B8
    580F1000 00000000
    580F1000 000000E8
    580F1000 000002C8
    780F0000 00000018
    640F0000 00000000 0001869F
    
    [Inf HP]
    580F0000 03DA04F8
    580F1000 000000B8
    580F1000 00000000
    580F1000 00000530
    780F0000 00000020
    680F0000 0000270F 0000270F
    
    [Inf ST]
    580F0000 03DA04F8
    580F1000 000000B8
    580F1000 00000000
    780F0000 00000044
    680F0000 4479C000 4479C000
    maybe 1.0.5 and not 1.0.3
     
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    had to update but works! thanks! <3
     
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    what do i click in the first page? nothing says age of calamity
     
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    on the first page, there is a file called "title.rar", download this and find the Titleid for HW:AOC, and then find your build number. open that text file and there are the codes.
     
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    Thank you for bringing this up. I have had the exact same problems with these cheats!
     
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