G6 Lite's NDS Game Cheat System

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Aug 22, 2006
  1. RyuKakashi
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    If you take a look in
    C:\Program Files\G6 U-DISK Manager\
    You will see NDS_CHEAT_CHS or JAP or ENG (i guess different firmware support)
    Has anyone ever tried out these cheat files? In the txts it seems as if they are action replay codes. I wonder if I could just use AR codes? Probably not right? Has anyone tried anything? If AR is incompadible, maybe a way to convert it?
     


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    I can confirm that they are dipstar cheats!!!!!

    Therefor using AR --> Dipstar convertor, we have ourselfs an action replay!!!!
     
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    That would be sweet! I searched around, but couldn't find any kind of dipstar codes... hopefully someone will make a converter
     
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    So..now what?

    We have to use dipstar in order to have codes working..or does the g6 supports this already??

    Because i don't understand a shit of dipstar and it's lacking translated english manuals etc.
     
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    I dont think the G6 Lite will support the dipstar, so it must have it built in.

    Here is the english instructions for dipstar:

    (the where is the code link does not work)

     
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    Yea dipstar doesn't support G6.

    A converter does exist i believe it's called ARCrypt but i could be wrong. GBADEV or wahtever for more info. of course they're very easy to "convert".

    I didn't mean dipstar on g6, i meant maybe the g6 lite firmware itself supported dipstar CODES.

    I don't see any other reason why the g6 loader would come with codes......haven't found a way to get these to work though.
     
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    ARCrypt can be found in Efa-Linker's 2.83 and lower zip file
     
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    right.......back on the subject...

    anything about this working on a g6 lite.
     
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    any progress?
     
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    Maybe someone could e-mail the G6 support guy and ask?

    I noticed the codes and GBA and I managed to get them working fine but I didn't know that there are codes for NDS games as well or how they work.
     
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    It does works on G6 on the newer version of dipstar. I think it's 5.11+
     
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    I can't find a link to 5.11


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    Nevermind, I found a link to 5.12FF.
     
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    Please, post the link
     
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    So, anyone got any websites that hosts Dipstar Codes? Much Appreciate!
     
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    sadly english people hate cheating (but we all know that we do it all the time in school)
    not enough support for it
    you can use the official action replay codes from the site and convert it to dipstar by simply changing a few digits.

    imaha or whoever the creator of dipstar has a site with many games
    but it's all in japaanese and web translators dont help much

    you can try to request some cheats at m3-forum.com in the proper section

    lastly, dualscene.net has a crappy database
     
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    Thanks...
    I've tried converting AR codes from the codejunkies website for 3 games.
    Advanced Wars (got no effect) and Yu-Gi-Oh! Nightmare Troubadour (the game freeze)..the only game that's working is Bomberman.

    Anyone one got a working master code for Advanced Wars and Yugioh??
     
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    there's a program that comes with the zipped dipstar that can find master codes
    ndsmas.exe

    i forgot whether you use the first code or second code but i think it's the first.

    there's a lot of variables for dipstar.
    you could be converting the codes wrong or patching something somewhere wrong.

    dipstar needs more english support and it's not gonna happen
     

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