Hacking DKCR - What is the hex code for A button?

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  1. Cospefogo
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    Newcomer Cospefogo Member

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    Hey guys!

    Recently I discovered the wonderful ocarina cheat that
    permits DKCR to be played with Classic Controller, but I am
    stuck in a issue... I want to change the R trigger (simulates 1 pressing)
    to A from the classic controller.

    I have already opened the .GCT file in a HEX editor, but I have no clue
    what is the hex code for the A button.

    The original hack is:

    4E800020 70A40200 --> button (in this case R) which triggers the shake
    60C68000 70A40020 --> button (in this case Y) which simulates a 1 press
    60C60200 70A40040 --> button (in this case B) which simulates a 2 press

    I need to change:
    4E800020 70A40200 --> button (in this case R) which triggers the shake

    To:
    4E800020 70A40??? --> button A in the classic controller

    I suppose it could be:
    70A40040?
    70A40080?

    Someone can help me?

    Best regards,
    Cospefogo.
     
  2. BORTZ

    Global Moderator BORTZ wtf, nintendo

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    Whatever you do, make it so that Diddy doesnt make you hover.
     
  3. Cospefogo
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    Newcomer Cospefogo Member

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    I did it!
    I did it!

    The A button is:
    70A40010

    Now I can play DKCR with classic controller using Y + B + A.
    I really don't like to play using just my thumb and trigger when I could use 3 fingers on my right hand.
    If someone wants the Ocarina Cheat for DKCR Y + B + A, just drop me a message!

    C.
     
  4. nintendowii

    Member nintendowii GBAtemp Regular

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    crediar made a classic controller hack a long time before you made it.
     

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