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Checkpoint Cheat Guide


Here's a short guide on how to use Checkpoint cheats. Credits to @Krieg#1473 for images and base text.

Sharkive used to be used for cheats. As of the time of writing, Checkpoint can now be used for cheats too, and Sharkive has been deprecated, so Checkpoint should be used. If you want to use NTR Plugins for cheats, you should check out this guide written by yours truly.

Required:
Luma 9.1 or above
The latest release of Checkpoint, which can be found here if you need it.

Please read the troubleshooting at the bottom of the page if you run into any issues before asking questions.

Obtaining Cheats

  1. Open Checkpoint. The icon is the black flag on your homescreen.
  2. Select the game you want to cheat on
  3. Press "Cheats" under Backup and Restore

  4. When you see the list of cheats, press Y to save all of them, then press B

  5. When prompted to store the cheat save file, press A

  6. You have acquired some cheats, now let's use them in game!

Using them in game

  1. Load up your game of choice
  2. Open the Rosalina Menu by pressing Left Shoulder + down on the dpad + SELECT
  3. Hover under the "Cheats..." menu and press A

  4. Select the cheats you want.

  5. Press B until you're back in the game.
  6. The cheats should be active.
  7. You're done!

Troubleshooting

Q: Checkpoint says "No available cheat codes for this title!"
A: You'll need to add them manually. Consider this guide.

Q: My cheats don't work/crash!
A: Checkpoint's cheat database is community run, and some cheats may not function correctly. There's not much you can do about it.

Q: My game isn't showing up!
A: Make sure you have a save for the game. If you're sure you do, hold B to refresh title list and the game should appear.

Q: The cheats button does not show up!
A: Your version of Checkpoint is outdated. Grab the latest release here.

Q: How do I cheat on DS Games?
A: To use cheats on DS games, install them via Universal Updater.

Sours: https://3ds.eiphax.tech/cpcheats

Cheat Engine

Gateshark cheat support is an feature in Luma3DS as of version 9.1 and later, courtesy of @duckbill007. If you are familiar with Gateshark cheats, this will be fairly familiar to you, but even if you have no experience with Gateshark, this should be very simple to set up.

Where do I put cheats?

Cheats are stored in individual plain text files per game, and should be placed at /luma/titles/titleid/cheats.txt, with titleid being replaced with the title id of your desired game. For example, /luma/titles/000400000F700800/cheats.txt (For The Binding of Isaac: Rebirth (U)).

How should cheats be formatted in cheats.txt?

Cheats should be formatted with the title of the cheat in brackets, then the code on the lines directly below, with an empty line between the end of one cheat and the title of the next.

Example:

How do I access cheats that I have added?

Once you have added a cheat file with your desired cheats to the right place, simply open your game, then open Rosalina (default button combo: L+Down+Select), and then choose the "Cheats" option. Then, select the cheats you want to enable.

Additional information

  • Cheats differ between game regions and updates. A cheat for a certain region title may not work on the other regions' equivalent of the title. Additionally, not all cheats for one version of a game may be compatible with earlier or later versions of the game.
Sours: https://github.com/AuroraWright/Luma3DS/wiki/Cheat-Engine
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Sharkive 3DS

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General
Author(s)FlagBrew
TypeUtilities
Versionv1.0.0
LicenceGNU GPLv3
Last Updated2018/08/02
Links
WebsiteWebsite
DownloadDownload
SourceSource

Sharkive

Gateshark cheat code database for Luma3DS 9.1+ and Atmosphere 0.8.5+.

Database

Sharkive relies on a manually populated database to download and apply new cheats. Most of them are not yet confirmed to work.

We need your help: report all the cheats that aren't working as an issue in this repository. We will update them or remove them to avoid further issues with other users. Additionally, if you have cheats that aren't available in Sharkive yet, please create a Pull Request.

FAQ

Q: How do I install cheats on my console? Does Sharkive have an app?
A: Sharkive's cheat codes are bundled in Checkpoint 3DS, which is a popular save manager for the 3DS and the Switch consoles. Download Checkpoint to manage Sharkive cheat codes.

Q: Help! This cheat doesn't work.
Q: Why does the name turn red when I try to use this cheat?
A: There can be a few causes for cheats not working:

  1. Make sure you're using the latest version of your system's preferred custom firmware (CFW)
  2. Cheats are all made for a particular version (game update) and/or revision of a game and will likely not work on others. Make sure the cheat(s) you are trying to use are for the version and/or revision you are playing.
  3. If after trying the above you still can't get the cheat(s) to work, please report them so we can either relabel them for their proper version/revision or remove them.

Q: Can you add cheats for this game?
A: Nobody currently on the FlagBrew team makes cheats. Everything in Sharkive's database comes from user submissions. If you have some working cheats for your game and want them included in Sharkive, submit a pull request and someone will get around to adding them.

3DS

Q: How do I use these cheats?
A: First off, you need CFW (Luma3DS) installed. Then load up your game, open the Rosalina menu (press ), choose ""Cheats"", then press on each of the cheats you want to use to activate them.

Q: Does this work for DS games?
A: No. Luma's Rosalina cannot interact with DS games so its cheat engine is unavailable to them. You can try looking into NitroHax for DS cheats.

Q: Some cheats have a star () next to their name in Rosalina. Why?
A: This means that the cheat makes use of a key combo. If the cheat name doesn't mention the key combo you'll have to look up the code and translate the line(s) starting to figure out what the key combo is.

Q: Some cheat names are cut off in the list. Can you make the full name display? Can I read the full name somewhere?
A: Cheat names getting cut off is due to Luma, not Sharkive. Check the wiki page for titles in the database to find easy links to the cheat files you want to see.

Q: How do I update Checkpoint's cheat database?
A: Do the following

  1. Make sure you have Python 3 installed
  2. Get a copy of the Sharkive repo
  3. Open a command prompt/terminal to your copy of the repo
  4. Run the command for your OS:
    • Windows:
    • Mac / Linux:
  5. Rename to and place on your SD card in the folder

Switch

Q: How do cheats work with Atmosphère with Checkpoint?
A: Differently from other cheat engines/methodologies, Checkpoint only stores the cheats you selected to your console memory. That means that the toggle engine system inside of Atmosphère is useless when using Checkpoint, and must be disabled.

Q: How do I update Checkpoint's cheat database?
A: Do the following

  1. Make sure you have Python 3 installed
  2. Get a copy of the Sharkive repo
  3. Open a command prompt/terminal to your copy of the repo
  4. Run the command for your OS:
    • Windows:
    • Mac / Linux:
  5. Rename to and place on your SD card in the folder

License

This project is licensed under the GNU GPLv3. See LICENSE.md for details.

Credits

JourneyOver for providing and maintaining cheat codes in Sharkive's database.

All the cheats submitters and reporters.

All Luma3DS contributors.

All Atmosphere contributors.

Usage 1: Run Sharkive. 2: You can download cheats for your games. (It's possible that some cheats don't work or crash while you try to use them). 3: Run your desired game. 4: Open Luma3DS's Rosalina menu. 5: Go to the Cheats section located on the top. Apply your cheats and return back to the game. You'll now be able to use your cheat. Database Sharkive relies on a manually populated database to download and apply new cheats. Most of them are not yet confirmed to work.

We need your help: report all the cheats that aren't working as an issue in this repository. We will update them or remove them to avoid further issues with other users. Additionally, if you have cheats that aren't available in Sharkive yet, please create a Pull Request.

Todo Sharkive still relies on pp2d to render its graphics. I don't have enough time to take care of a Sharkive's citro2d port, so pull requests are highly appreciated.

Also, as you may notice, Sharkive is almost totally based on the legacy Checkpoint codebase (this software was originally written at very the beginning of 2018). That said, most of Checkpoint's optimizations are not yet included in Sharkive, so there will be updates in the future to make it run better. No promises though, as this project isn't very high priority for me.

Credits JourneyOver for providing and mantaining all the cheat codes in Sharkive's database.

All the cheats submitters and reporters.

All Luma3DS contributors.

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For more details, instructions, informations and credits check out the readme.

If you wish to contribute, pull requests are highly appreciated.

Sours: https://www.gamebrew.org/wiki/Sharkive_3DS
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How to get cheats in Citra 3ds Emulator

Citra finally has inbuilt cheat support! Just download the latest build and go to Emulation -> Cheats.

Hello, Citra community. So, I recently found out that you can use an application called Cheat Engine on the Citra emulator. Basically, you can use this application if for any reason you want to cheat in games. Normally, this would be accomplished by a built-in cheat code function in the emulator, but unfortunately, Citra is not far enough in development for cheat codes to be implemented. I, personally, would prefer the developers work on making Citra a more competent emulator than have a cheat code function added. But for those of you who care, I’ve decided to share this information with you. Follow these steps if you want to use cheats in your game:

Step 1: Download Cheat Engine from www.cheatengine.org. Click the very large and obvious “Download Cheat Engine” button, then just skip the offers and your download will start.

Step 2: Install Cheat Engine. Agree to the first prompt, but make sure you don’t install anything you don’t want. This application has an offer in it that may trick you if you’re not paying attention.

Step 3: After it is installed, run Citra and launch the game you want cheats for.

Step 4: Run Cheat Engine. It will ask you for Administrator Privileges, so just confirm that. (You can try out the tutorial if you want, but it’s not relevant to this.)

Step 5: Click the little computer icon in the top left corner of the window. It should be changing colors.

Step 6: Double-click citra-qu.exe. It will enable some text boxes, check boxes, etc.

Step 7: In Citra, go to where the number value you want to change is. For me, it’s the amount of money I have, 671.

Step 8: Go to Cheat Engine and in the value box, type the number and press enter or First Scan.

Step 9: It will usually come up with several different results, so what you want to do is change the value that you’re looking for in-game. This could mean buying something or tossing something out for example. After doing that, go back to Cheat Engine and type the new value into the value box and press enter or Next Scan. This will narrow your results so it is easier to find. Keep repeating this process until only one is left and then double-click it. If you are trying to duplicate items, but you only have a few of them, do it as many times as you are willing and then just click one and press CTRL+A, then double-click any of them. Make sure they all transfer to the lower box. Click one in the lower box and press CTRL+A to select them all. That way, you can edit them all. Note that editing multiple values could mess up the game, so make sure you save first. This is why it is better to narrow your search down to one.

I came up with 2 results, but most likely they are for the same thing, so it’s okay.

Step 10: In the lower box, double-click the current value and type whatever number you want. If you want this number to stay as the number you typed, click the Keep Active checkbox.

And then you’re done! If you did everything correctly, you should see the number you typed in your game. You may have to exit out of that menu in the game and go back to see any changes. I’ve tested this, and it doesn’t just change the amount it appears as, it changes the actual thing.

I found another, more complex topic about cheats involving Cheat Engine, so if you want, you can go check that one out, too.

Things you will need: Citra build with Gateshark cheat support: (currently #150 at time of writing) Cheat Engine: http://www.cheatengine.org/aboutce.php Basic knowledge of creating codes Step 1: (Preparation) Find a pre-made Gateshark code for the game you wish make codes for (THE SIMPLER THE BETTER). For this example I will be using the INF Rupees code for Majoras Mask 3DS (US) Version 1.0. 10775318 000003E7 Step 2: (Interfacing cheat engine with Citra) Load up Citra and start your game…

Thank you for reading this whole thing and I hope this helped!

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Sours: https://community.citra-emu.org/t/how-to-get-cheats-in-citra-3ds-emulator/979

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