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this is a code for mario party 7
it makes all players NPCs:
8022d898 60000000
80053a50 60000000

how do i add it to my hacked wii u for mario party 7

also i cant get into the settings i push the B button on game boot but its not going to the settings of nintendont.

thanks
 

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this is a code for mario party 7
it makes all players NPCs:
8022d898 60000000
80053a50 60000000

how do i add it to my hacked wii u for mario party 7

also i cant get into the settings i push the B button on game boot but its not going to the settings of nintendont.

thanks
not completely sure but I think there's something in nintendonts settings for it before launching the game
 

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Action Replay codes do not work on Nintendont at all. You need to use Gecko cheat codes in Nintendont in order for them to work. You can either find a Gecko Code, or convert the Action Replay code to a Gecko Code. To enter the setting on Nintendont, choose either SD or USB (depending on where are your games) and then on the game list press the X button on a GameCube/Wii U Pro Controller/Wii U GamePad/Classic Controller or the 1 button on a Wii Remote. And then turn the Cheats setting to on. The cheat codes need to be in a folder called "codes" in the root of your SD Card. The cheats must be in a .gct file (which you can create here) and the .gct must be named after the game's title ID (in your case GP7E01)
 
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The cheats must be in a .gct file (which you can create here) and the .gct must be named after the game's title ID (in your case GP7E01)

ive been linked that site in the past but i cant figure out how it works... i think the codes i posted above is a gecko code, my mistake, here is the AR code version of it
0422d898 60000000
04053a50 60000000
here is the gecko version of it
8022d898 60000000
80053a50 60000000

how do i use gecko codes org ?
 

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Go to the website I linked above, then on the Title ID box type in the title ID for Mario Party 7 (which I also provided above, its GP7E01) Then on the big box below type what the Cheat code does (in your case, type Turn players into NPCs or something similar) afterwards press enter and type the code. Repeat that for every single code. When you are done, press "Add Codes" and then it should show you a list of the codes you entered. Just checkmark them and then click on download GCT. If the website does not allow you to check a code and instead tells you that "This is not a code" then the code you entered is not valid. If the invalid code is a result of a conversion, then you did not convert the code correctly.
 

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Action Replay codes do not work on Nintendont at all. You need to use Gecko cheat codes in Nintendont in order for them to work. You can either find a Gecko Code, or convert the Action Replay code to a Gecko Code. To enter the setting on Nintendont, choose either SD or USB (depending on where are your games) and then on the game list press the X button on a GameCube/Wii U Pro Controller/Wii U GamePad/Classic Controller or the 1 button on a Wii Remote. And then turn the Cheats setting to on. The cheat codes need to be in a folder called "cheats" in the root of your SD Card. The cheats must be in a .gct file (which you can create here) and the .gct must be named after the game's title ID (in your case GP7E01)
Glad someone explained this. I had problems in the past too before I got to know how it works. Though I can also add this site also helps in case someone needs another more active place for cheats.

You can manually convert codes, but you can also just find the game, pick the codes you want, and have it downloaded to the proper nintendont format. Top of the page where the cheats are listed are some options. It's simple, to just change the format to geckocodes, the name to the game id Example GYQE01 (basically required for nintendont), You can have all or only the codes you put check mark next to. Then simple download to gtc and just copy to cheat folder for nintendont.

Just sharing some other sites I found that really helps. That one you linked is fine, just seems very outdated. No offense to anyone. :ninja:
 
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If the website does not allow you to check a code and instead tells you that "This is not a code" then the code you entered is not valid. If the invalid code is a result of a conversion, then you did not convert the code correctly.

yeah i keep getting the "this is not a code" message. any way of fixing that? idk how to convert codes

i was linked here to instructions on how AR codes work but i dont understand it at all... i had some one else convert the code from AR to gecko before
 

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Not sure if this is a action replay code. Aren't they supposed to be a bunch of random numbers and letters like classic game genie or something? That's what I found when I searched for such things. :blink:
 

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Not sure if this is a action replay code. Aren't they supposed to be a bunch of random numbers and letters like classic game genie or something? That's what I found when I searched for such things. :blink:
Yes, however not all Action Replay and Geckos codes have to be extremely long in order for them to work.
 

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Yes, however not all Action Replay and Geckos codes have to be extremely long in order for them to work.

here's the same cheat but for mario party 6:
48000000 800030c8
de000000 80008180
301a0218 4bffb149
141a0204 48000030
e0000000 80008000
48000000 800030c8
de000000 80008180
301a96d4 4bffb149
141a96c0 48000030
e0000000 80008000
48000000 800030c8
de000000 80008180
301c6194 4bffb149
141c6180 48000030
e0000000 80008000
48000000 800030c8
de000000 80008180
301a4954 4bffb149
141a4940 48000030
e0000000 80008000
48000000 800030c8
de000000 80008180
301a24e8 4bffb149
141a24d4 48000030
e0000000 80008000
48000000 800030c8
de000000 80008180
301a6ba0 4bffb149
141a6b8c 48000030
e0000000 80008000
 

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here's the same cheat but for mario party 6:
48000000 800030c8
de000000 80008180
301a0218 4bffb149
141a0204 48000030
e0000000 80008000
48000000 800030c8
de000000 80008180
301a96d4 4bffb149
141a96c0 48000030
e0000000 80008000
48000000 800030c8
de000000 80008180
301c6194 4bffb149
141c6180 48000030
e0000000 80008000
48000000 800030c8
de000000 80008180
301a4954 4bffb149
141a4940 48000030
e0000000 80008000
48000000 800030c8
de000000 80008180
301a24e8 4bffb149
141a24d4 48000030
e0000000 80008000
48000000 800030c8
de000000 80008180
301a6ba0 4bffb149
141a6b8c 48000030
e0000000 80008000
Is it a Gecko code? If so, do you need me to test it?
 
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