Dpad with Spirit Tracks Xenophobia

Discussion in 'NDS - ROM Hacking and Translations' started by ToastyMudkip, Aug 25, 2018.

  1. ToastyMudkip
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    So, I just got Spirit Tracks working. Everything was fine and dandy up until the first spirit flute segment. Does anyone know how to apply the dpad patch with an already ap patched game? I already tried patching the game with the dpad patch first and then xenophobia and vice versa, but that doesn't work. Can anyone help?
     
  2. Zyvyn

    Zyvyn GBAtemp Advanced Maniac

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    dont think theres anything you can do I played the entire game 100% with original controls and hated the spirit flute sections they normally tooks me 5 mins each and btw it would be easier with touch because you need to quickly switch between notes
     
  3. MythicalData

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    what are you running it on and what are you using to patch with?
    a flashcart or something akin to twloader?
     
  4. ToastyMudkip
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    Im using TWLoader (or dsimenu++) and I'm using xdelta, but the problem is my 3ds mic doesn't always work, making me unable to continue on with the game.
     
  5. Zyvyn

    Zyvyn GBAtemp Advanced Maniac

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    well it needs to be able to detect when you are blowing and when not
     
  6. ToastyMudkip
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    I think I remember it detecting me blowing into the mic at one point, so I think it works. The thing is, my mic doesn't even always work on the home screen (there's an easter egg that when you blow on the mic, certain game banners will spin faster), so it's probably just a problem with the mic.
     
  7. Ryccardo

    Ryccardo and his tropane alkaloids

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    That (cool) gimmick is self-limiting with repeated activation, it's not exactly a reliable test (the crappy one in settings, or even better 3DS Sound's voice recorder are)

    That saidthe microphone quality on every Nintendo product could have been improved...
     
  8. ToastyMudkip
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    Right, I forgot to mention that I did the test in the settings already, and yeah, I agree about the 3ds mic quality.
     
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