No more Upgrade needed for Zelda: Majora's Mask codes

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No more Upgrade needed for Zelda: Majora's Mask codes

Post by Louis » Thursday, 25 May 2006, 19:10

Alright maybe this was already known but the MUST BE ON code for Zelda: Majora's Mask is wrong it doesn't do anything.
therefor you need a upgrade *Boring* only activates that code and a few other codes.

If you use this code:

Master Code - MUST BE ON
DE000000 0000
2C000280 0000
2C096880 2400 = Credits for this code line goes to me, kai666

Credit for the code goes to UltramasterBDJ

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Post by kai666 » Thursday, 25 May 2006, 22:09

The (M) code (2A096880 2400) I've made years ago works exellent. Just remember to leave the X-Plorer 64's In-Game Trainer OFF.
Also do NOT enable (use) more than a maximum of 3 - 6 codes at a time.

PS: (M) codes DO NOT do anything in the game, they just makes it possible for the game to boot.
Last edited by kai666 on Tuesday, 26 Dec 2006, 2:26, edited 8 times in total.

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Post by Louis » Friday, 26 May 2006, 14:30

The (M) code I have works just fine. Just remember to leave the X-Plorer 64's In-Game Trainer OFF.
Also do NOT enable (use) more than a maximum of 3 - 6 codes at a time.

PS: (M) codes don't do anything in the game, they just makes it possible for the game to boot.

Could UltramasterBDJ possibly make genuine X-Plorer 64 (M) codes for games like Excitebike 64, 007: T.W.I.N.E. and Vigilante 8: Second Offence?
i will try to ask him when i have the time, are the codes not working for
Excitebike 64, 007: T.W.I.N.E. and Vigilante 8???

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Post by kai666 » Friday, 26 May 2006, 15:03

Thanks, that would be great

Excitebike 64 - No Xplorer 64 (M) code at all

007: T.W.I.N.E. - Can't enable the Xplorer 64's In-Game Trainer, which means, for this game, that you can't enable very many codes at a time

Vigilante 8: 2nd Offense - Same as with 007: T.W.I.N.E.

It seems lile when the (M) code is on two, ore more lines for a game, the game will need a special X-Plorer 64 (M) code, in order to boot the game, with the Xplorer 64's In-Game Trainer enabled...


See 'Note' for "007: The World Is Not Enough"
http://www.kai666.com/games/007_theworld.htm

See 'Note' for "Excitebike 64"
http://www.kai666.com/games/excitebike_64.htm

See 'Note' for "Vigilante 8: 2nd Offence"
http://www.kai666.com/games/vigilante_8_2.htm

...Oh, and btw, I believe that a lot of Pokémon fans would be delighted to have a genuine X-Plorer 64 (M) code for Pokémon Stadium 2
http://www.kai666.com/games/pokemon2.htm

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Post by UltramasterBDJ » Saturday, 23 Dec 2006, 20:54

What the...?! :shock:

Noo!

I never made a master code for Zelda Majoras mask!

( I never even made a master code oO
People seem to take me for better than I actually am ! :shock: )

That code was posted from someone who worked at Blaze at the old Blaze boards of the German Blaze website (which doesn't exist anymore)

I don't recall I ever accidently took credit for them?!! oO

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Post by kai666 » Saturday, 23 Dec 2006, 22:16

It was actually me that made the Xplorer 64 work with "The Legend of Zelda: Majora's Mask" with this (M) Must Be On code 2A096880 2400... Until I came up with it (the (M) code) the board at Blaze's X-Hub, was full of people in despair, asking for something that would enable them to use the superb Xplorer 64 along with Majora's Mask.

BTW: I've added the link to "beyond cheating" in your signature. Hope you don't mind?

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