ROM Hack YoshiTT/WarioWare/KoroKoro no-tilt patches

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I have collected below three .ips patches that disable the tilting function in three gba games that use this exclusively (I don't think there are others), replacing it with Dpad use (or R/L buttons), with the extra addition of some optional cheats.

Wario Ware Twisted
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I have personally tested them on DS phat/Lite via gba flashcart and they work fine: they are therefore aimed mainly at these model and gba/sp users, of course.
I don't know if and how they will work on DSi/XL via GBARunner2; I wait for others to try them and report their results.
Whether and how they work on emulators is of no interest to me.

Yoshi Tupsy Torvy
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I must say that, even if they lose part of their charm and inventiveness compared to the original cartridges, they are still very fun and engaging to play through frantic buttons pressing, even on DS consoles, and many (who did not know them) will be able to rediscover and re-evaluate these little gems.

Koro Koro Puzzle
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How i can download and use it?
Dump your copies of those games, apply those .ips patches with a program (I use Lunar IPS) and then run them as you would with any other game - via a GBA flashcart, GBARunner2 for DS/DSi/2|3DS or OPEN_AGB_FIRM for 2|3DS.

I guess you could flash bootleg cartridges with those patched games just to make it a more appealing experience, but it's more complex and I haven't done it.
 

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I have collected below three .ips patches that disable the tilting function in three gba games that use this exclusively (I don't think there are others), replacing it with Dpad use (or R/L buttons), with the extra addition of some optional cheats.

Wario Ware TwistedView attachment 249884

I have personally tested them on DS phat/Lite via gba flashcart and they work fine: they are therefore aimed mainly at these model and gba/sp users, of course.
I don't know if and how they will work on DSi/XL via GBARunner2; I wait for others to try them and report their results.
Whether and how they work on emulators is of no interest to me.

Yoshi Tupsy TorvyView attachment 249885

I must say that, even if they lose part of their charm and inventiveness compared to the original cartridges, they are still very fun and engaging to play through frantic buttons pressing, even on DS consoles, and many (who did not know them) will be able to rediscover and re-evaluate these little gems.

Koro Koro PuzzleView attachment 249886
Thank you very much, this made me enjoy the yoshi topsy turvy more.
 
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Just finished playing through WarioWare: Twisted on an Everdrive using the patch. Out of 223 microgames, 17 weren't able to be cleared, 8 of which need a faster back-and-forth shaking motion than the patch can provide (listed below), as well as all 9 of Fronk's microgames which caused the game to crash outright when played from the Spindex.
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Playable but unclearable games by category:
Wario-Man (Spandex Challenge):
  • Hot Rod
  • Wario Weigh-In
Jimmy (Big Tipper):
  • Alternative Medicine
WarioWatch (Speed Spin):
  • Kit-Tease
  • Micro Golf
  • Pumping Iron
  • Cheeky Monkey
  • Boing! (Boss)
 
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