Zelda - The Minish Cap (U) Cheat Codes Request

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Nov 2, 2009
  1. Gagarin
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    Member Gagarin GBAtemp Advanced Fan

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    Ok. So I'm making cht files for iPlayer and gPSP, unfortunatelly it takes only ceratin formats.
    So far I found this codes
    http://us.codejunkies.com/search/codes/Zel...47717-3___.aspx
    (M)
    Infinite Health
    Max Health
    Max Rupees
    All Sword Techniques
    Infinite Small Keys
    All Accessories
    Infinite Bombs
    Infinite Arrows
    Complete Hyrule Map
    Have Dungeon M/C/BK
    DON'T USE UNTIL YOU
    HAVE THE MINISH CAP
    Have All Best Items
    L+Down For Mini Mode
    L+Up For Normal Mode

    And they works great. But I found different codes, but they are in different, not taken by those emulators formats
    http://www.bsfree.org/index.php?s=26&d=8&g=9878

    They have keystones and everything. I wonder If I can get them in that Code format...
    For example:
    d52a24cf 089075be (Btw, is that AR, Gameshar, Codebreaker...?)
     
  2. Travailius

    Newcomer Travailius Newbie

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    I've also been searching for these codes in the format xxxxxxxxyyyyyyyy. Both my gameboy advance, and advance sp have screen and button issues rending my games unplayable, so I use VBA, and have a dump of my minish cap so i could keep my saves. I've been looking for mysterious shells and kinstones all the time, and i just want to save some time...

    these codes are nearly impossible to find in a compatible format.
     
  3. how_do_i_do_that

    Member how_do_i_do_that Blue Wizard is about to die.

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    Looks like the interact gameshark/action replay v1 code format.

    The codes off the codejunkies's site is for the mad cat version of the gameshark.
     

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