Wii Cheat Thread

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Jul 29, 2008

Wii Cheat Thread by Rock Raiyu at 10:09 PM (54,780 Views / 0 Likes) 273 replies

  1. Rock Raiyu
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    This is just a cheat archive for Ocarina and WiiRD. It will be updated whenever there are new cheats out. There aren't alot of cheats out yet so its kind of small but be patient and hopefully more will be released. These codes were not made by me. Have any problems with the .txt files, just ask here.

    Downloads
    Material
    Code Manager (Mirror 1) (Mirror 2)
    Ocarina (Mirror 1) (Mirror 2)

    Updates:
    Update - 8/17/08
    (Mirror 1) (Mirror 2)

    I'd like to say thanks to:

    People who made the codes
    Nuke
    Link00y
    USB Gecko Codes
    Kodewerx
    GSCentral

    To figure out how to use, read the post below this one by zidane_genome.
     


  2. zidane_genome

    Member zidane_genome My sword has a +2 bleeding... wanna test it out?

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    In depth usage guide:

    This program will allow you to use cheat codes on your Wii games.

    What you need:

    Ocarina (downloads above)
    1 SD card
    Homebrew Channel installed (there are 8,429 threads on how to install it, use the search button!)
    The game you want to cheat in. (This will not load backup discs without a ModChip (Drive Chip)... if you don't have a drive chip, you cannot use a burnt game!)
    1 PC (laptop or desktop) running Windows or Linux with Wine.

    How to cheat.

    First, download the files above. Then extract them with your favorite extractor (if you don't have one, get WinRAR). Open program codemgr (skull icon). Now you'll have to open the codes you want. They are all named with the 4 letter game code, so do a search online (google!) for your games code, or just randomly open them up to see. Select the codes you want (by placing a check mark in the box next to it). When your done selecting codes for that game, at the VERY VERY BOTTOM, there is a LONG button named "Export to GCT". With your SD card connected to your PC, press this button, and select the SD cards drive letter from the drop down menu. Press STORE, not Store to File. When you've finished for all your games, take your SD card and put it in your Wii, boot up the HomeBrew Channel, launch Ocarina, pop in your game disc, and cheat away!

    Frequently Asked Questions;

    Q : When will codes for xxxxxxxx be out?
    A : When ever you make them, or someone finds time to make them. When datel makes cheat codes, they have hundreds of people working on it at once, with almost unlimited financial resources. Right now, the only people that are working on Ocarina are regular people like you and me.

    Q : Can I play my backed up or copied game with this?
    A : NO!!!! NO NO NO NO NO NO NO NO NO NO NO NO NO NO NO NO NO NO NO NO NO NO NO NO NO NO NO NO NO NO NO NO NO NO NO NO NO NO NO NO NO NO NO NO NO NO NO NO NO NO NO NO NO NO NO NO NO NO NO NO NO NO NO NO NO NO NO NO NO NO NO NO NO NO NO NO NO NO NO NO NO NO NO NO NO NO NO NO NO NO NO NO NO NO NO NO NO NO NO NO NO NO NO NO NO NO NO NO!!!!!!!! STOP ASKING!!! look at my avatar!!

    Q : The game xxxxxxxx crashes when I try to play it! WTF! FIX IT!!
    A : You've either selected too many codes, or have a bad code selected. Try the game with fewer codes enabled, and if it's still crashing, you'll have to try each code separately.

    Q : Can I turn on and off codes from my Wii?
    A : No, not yet. You can only select the codes on your PC. There is no "On the fly" code selections yet. This is still very new, so it's not like a GameShark yet.

    Q : Where's the online codes for Mario Kart and Brawl?
    A : You can't cheat online yet, if ever. Cheating online means sending the cheat codes along with all the other data. When that happens, Nintendo's online servers drop your connection. Basically, you'll never get an opponent. Plus, online cheaters suck!

    Q : How do I use Gamecube cheats?
    A : Not yet... this will be implemented at a later date. For now, just use an Action Reply Gamecube.
     
  3. boxhunter91

    Newcomer boxhunter91 Advanced Member

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    How does this work?
     
  4. Jundeezy

    Member Jundeezy GBAtemp Regular

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    Thanks a lot! Now time to play around with Zelda! Buahah [​IMG]
     
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    Member linkinworm GBAtemp Maniac

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    i like that sig, i havent watched death note for ages, the last thing i watched was the live action movie
     
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    Member Oath GBAtemp Regular

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    Finish the anime. Its quite possibly the best Ive ever watched.


    On subject: Wootness. Im tryin those TP codes out ASAP
     
  7. teq

    Member teq GBAtemp Maniac

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    It's times like this I wish I had a USB Gecko.

    Too bad there isn't a Wii memory editor that will run on software only.
     
  8. Lacius

    Member Lacius GBAtemp Psycho!

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    There is. Use the Ocarina homebrew application.
     
  9. Rock Raiyu
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    I think he means finding cheats. I believe you can only find them with WiiRD with USB Gecko.
     
  10. samsam12

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    this is a great app. i love the Super Clawshot cheat in zelda TP. all we need now is more codes and gamecube AR codes support.

    get codes here: http://usbgecko.com/codes/
     
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    Member teq GBAtemp Maniac

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    Precisely what I meant. Give me a little more credit than that, Lacius.

    If this tool had an interface from within the game where you could search for cheats, it would be perfect.


    @samsam: That's a pretty sparse list.

    You would think they'd have cheats for every game already...
     
  12. killplaystation

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    To bad this app doesnt work right online [yet]. It would be fun just to crush people unfairly [​IMG]
     
  13. Krono89

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    Similar to what cwcheat does for the PSP? I find cwcheat's in-game code finding unwieldy, but maybe something could be worked out in a later release of this Ocarina thing to have an in game cheat search function along with keyboard support for easy editing?

    I'm sure something could be worked in similar to what the Home button does, but with an in-game cheat menu.
     
  14. teq

    Member teq GBAtemp Maniac

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    Well, online cheating is less of a memory restraint and more about packets the server is recieving.

    Modifying the memory gives you access to things that are available locally, such as time trial records and the gold wheel in Mario Kart.


    In Guitar Hero, I would assume things like infinite star power and difficulty changes would be possible, allowing you to put your scores at the top of the leaderboard very easily.
     
  15. killplaystation

    Member killplaystation GBAtemp Fan

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    cheating online is just too fun sometimes.
    it should make you fat or something
     
  16. dinofan01

    Member dinofan01 Misses the old days...

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    Is a modchip needed?
     
  17. DoubleD45

    Newcomer DoubleD45 Advanced Member

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    sorry to be annoying but, could you upload the files to mediafire? My computer wont finish a download from megaupload, [​IMG]
     
  18. kedest

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    This is just homebrew, which can run on unmodded wii's
     
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    OMG I've been waiting for something like this!

    Okami & Mario Galaxy on there?

    Ah, only 3 SMG codes so far. Really want a coin modifier.
     
  20. Rock Raiyu
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    Small Update

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    Update: 6/29/08
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    New Games Added:
    Dairantou Smash Brothers X (JP)
    Final Fantasy Fables: Chocobo's Dungeon (US)

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    New Codes Added:
    None
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    I added 2 mirrors, one for RapidShare and another for MediaFire. Also, if you know anyplaces other then USBGecko or GSCentral where I can get Wii Codes, please tell me.

    Expect a big update for Japanese games and a few updates for PAL and US games tomorrow.
     

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