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Final Fantasy IV: Complete Collection
01-18-2016, 01:26 AM
Post: #16
RE: Final Fantasy IV: Complete Collection
Thanks for these codes. I'm trying to get those rare drop rate bonus cheats to work, however I am not too sure how they work. They mention prayer modifier +X% rare drop rate. Does the prayer thing refer the pray ability of Rosa? i.e. cast a successful prayer and you get the bonus?

I activated the cheat and nothing seems to have changed, killing enemies even with the +999900% cheat yields no drops after battles.

Thanks
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01-22-2016, 06:12 AM
Post: #17
RE: Final Fantasy IV: Complete Collection
(12-22-2015 06:10 PM)aturtledoesbite Wrote:  For the XXXX, you want to substitute twice the index of the item you want. Once you've got that, just add it to the address there with Windows Calculator (or the Mac equivalent [if you're using Linux, you can probably do it in your head anyway]). Stick that code in your cheat INI file, tick it off, and have fun.

Alright Turtle, you da real mvp. I found your codes while trying to get 99 of the Small Tails items to trade with the Tail Collector guy in Elban Cave and they works great Big Grin

However, I thought that you meant add twice the index of the item, instead of substitute. My codes for the Small Tail item is 0x0079425A + 01C9 + 01C9 = 0x007945EC

For noob Windows user like me, to calculate the codes, open up the Calculator program, go to View > Programmer and select Hex mode.
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04-18-2016, 08:59 AM (This post was last modified: 04-18-2016 09:20 AM by Zero_Hawk.)
Post: #18
RE: Final Fantasy IV: Complete Collection
I don't understand how to substitute the index code for the item I want, I'm new to this whole thing. Basically, I don't want to break the game and get every item I just want a very specific code for the Mythril Nuts and Mythril Bolts so I don't have to grind for them. If someone could help me out I'd be greatly appreciative.

Edit - I brute forced it to get the codes I wanted. Here they are for anyone else looking for this specific code set.
_C0 98 Kokkol Ore
_L 0x0079452C 0x00000062
_C0 98 Doll Parts
_L 0x00794538 0x00000062
_L 0x0079453A 0x00000062
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04-22-2016, 06:59 PM
Post: #19
RE: Final Fantasy IV: Complete Collection
Hello everyone,

Thank you for the codes already posted.

I am looking for a code/cheat that will allow one to walk through walls. I know there were codes for Final Fantasy IV on the SNES that allowed for this as well as Final Fantasy IV The After Years on the Wii that allowed for this too. However, I have not found one for this addition of the game. I would appreciate any help here! Thank you!
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06-21-2016, 05:57 AM (This post was last modified: 06-21-2016 06:31 AM by Sir Gelan.)
Post: #20
RE: Final Fantasy IV: Complete Collection
Here's a code for the first story you may like. Let's see those ore hounds sweat with all these tails. Just make sure that slot is empty first or filled with something you don't care about before activating.

_C0 Infinite Pink Tails in 12th item slot(left to right)
_L 0x003FAEDC 0x00000F9
_L 0x003FAEDE 0x0000063

Also, I know there is a post here with a bunch of codes for infinite hp and such but I expanded on it to include characters that aren't listed as well as max HP/MP so you won't have to worry about healing in battle dropping your HP. They are also in order should you wish to find them yourself in a hex editor/cheat engine (hint: the lower case alphabet in the RAM Dump starts with 0B as a, and upper case alphabet starts with 25 as A) Once you've found the first character name just add 170 to the address or count down 23 lines to find the next name. No clue why it is different from hex to text converters where a = 61 and A = 41:

Code:
_C0 Cecil HP 9999
_L 0x103F742C 0x0000270F
_C0 Cecil Max HP 9999
_L 0x103F742E 0x0000270F
_C0 Cecil MP 999
_L 0x103F7430 0x000003E7
_C0 Cecil Max MP 999
_L 0x103F7432 0x000003E7

_C0 KAIN HP 9999
_L 0x103F759C 0x0000270F
_C0 KAIN Max HP 9999
_L 0x103F759E 0x0000270F

_C0 Rosa HP 9999
_L 0x103F770C 0x0000270F
_C0 Rosa Max HP 9999
_L 0x103F770E 0x0000270F
_C0 Rosa MP 999
_L 0x103F7710 0x000003E7
_C0 Rosa Max MP 999
_L 0x103F7712 0x000003E7

_C0 Rydia HP 9999
_L 0x103F787C 0x0000270F
_C0 Rydia Max HP 9999
_L 0x103F787E 0x0000270F
_C0 Rydia MP 999
_L 0x103F7880 0x000003E7
_C0 Rydia Max MP 999
_L 0x103F7882 0x000003E7

_C0 Cid HP 9999
_L 0x103F79EC 0x0000270F
_C0 Cid Max HP 9999
_L 0x103F79EE 0x0000270F

_C0 Tellah HP 9999
_L 0x103F7B5C 0x0000270F
_C0 Tellah Max HP 9999
_L 0x103F7B5E 0x0000270F
_C0 Tellah MP 999 (Cast meteor till heart content)
_L 0x103F7B60 0x000003E7
_C0 Tellah Max MP 999
_L 0x103F7B62 0x000003E7

_C0 EDWARD HP 9999
_L 0x103F7CCC 0x0000270F
_C0 EDWARD Max HP 9999
_L 0x103F7CCE 0x0000270F

_C0 Yang HP 9999
_L 0x103F7E3C 0x0000270F
_C0 Yang Max HP 9999
_L 0x103F7E3E 0x0000270F

_C0 Palom HP 9999
_L 0x103F7FAC 0x0000270F
_C0 Palom Max HP 9999
_L 0x103F7FAE 0x0000270F
_C0 Palom MP 999
_L 0x103F7FB0 0x000003E7
_C0 Palom Max MP 999
_L 0x103F7FB2 0x000003E7

_C0 Porom HP 9999
_L 0x103F811C 0x0000270F
_C0 Porom Max HP 9999
_L 0x103F811E 0x0000270F
_C0 Porom MP 999
_L 0x103F8120 0x000003E7
_C0 Porom Max MP 999
_L 0x103F8122 0x000003E7

_C0 Edge HP 9999
_L 0x103F828C 0x0000270F
_C0 Edge Max HP 9999
_L 0x103F828E 0x0000270F
_C0 Edge MP 999
_L 0x103F8290 0x000003E7
_C0 Edge Max MP 999
_L 0x103F8292 0x000003E7

_C0 FuSoYa HP 9999
_L 0x103F83FC 0x0000270F
_C0 FuSoYa Max HP 9999
_L 0x103F83FE 0x0000270F
_C0 FuSoYa MP 999
_L 0x103F8400 0x000003E7
_C0 FuSoYa Max MP 999
_L 0x103F8402 0x000003E7

I also found the addresses for the stats, but it only changed the visual number. It did not effect the multipliers, att/def/mdef, hit %/evade %/ m evade %. While I found those too I figured it was pointless since I can't get CE to actually change anything or locate pointers. Was still fun anyway.

(01-18-2016 01:26 AM)Zerberbuth Wrote:  Thanks for these codes. I'm trying to get those rare drop rate bonus cheats to work, however I am not too sure how they work. They mention prayer modifier +X% rare drop rate. Does the prayer thing refer the pray ability of Rosa? i.e. cast a successful prayer and you get the bonus?

I activated the cheat and nothing seems to have changed, killing enemies even with the +999900% cheat yields no drops after battles.

Thanks

I'm lost regarding those pray codes as well. Not even sure if PP is pray power or something else, or if the pray at once cheat is suppose to allow you to get all the benefits you activate at the same time. Could definitely use some feedback from the poster about those.
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06-21-2016, 12:25 PM
Post: #21
RE: Final Fantasy IV: Complete Collection
(12-22-2015 06:10 PM)aturtledoesbite Wrote:  (If someone has a more code-efficient way of modifying a 1000-byte block of memory to read "63 00" on repeat, I'm all ears.)


Not sure if PPSSPP will read C++ from notepad, but if so maybe this would work? I'm new to all this, self-teaching while A.D.D., and no longer young so who knows:
Code:
#include <iostream>
#include <iomanip>
using namespace std;

int main()
{
    int i=0x0079425C;//item//
    int q=0x00000063;//quantity//    
    
    for (i=0x0079425C;i<=0x00794646;i+=2)
    {
    cout<<showbase<<internal<<setfill('0');
    cout<<hex<<setw(10)<<uppercase<<(i)<<" "<<setw(10)<<(q)<<"\n";
    }
return 0;
}
That writes out the list you made...at least it does using Microsoft Visual C++ 2010 Express.
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06-21-2016, 01:55 PM
Post: #22
RE: Final Fantasy IV: Complete Collection
I'll turn my joke detector off for this and give you guys some directions ~ No PPSSPP can't "read cpp from a notepad", it does however support all cwcheat code types(except the completely useless 0xB) and the ones listed below would shorten such long lists to 2 lines without any programming involved:
Code:
32 bit multi line write
0x4AAAAAAA 0xXXXXYYYY
0xDDDDDDDD 0xIIIIIIII

16 bit multi line write
0x8AAAAAAA 0xXXXXYYYY
0x1000DDDD 0x0000IIII

8 bit multi line write
0x8AAAAAAA 0xXXXXYYYY
0x000000DD 0x000000II
where A - address, X - number of repeats, Y - offset, D - value, last one is optional, increases value of each following repeat by I.

Also for anyone searching efficiency ~ ASM. Can't do better than free and that's how most of the time asm cheats end up costing.
Low > high lvl, at least when it comes to cheats and other hacks.

http://forums.ppsspp.org/showthread.php?tid=6594 - Custom PPSSPP Shaders!
http://forums.ppsspp.org/showthread.php?tid=3590&pid=117172#pid117172 - simple CE scripts to help creating CWCheats,
https://github.com/LunaMoo/PPSSPP_workarounds - CWCheat workarounds.
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07-09-2016, 02:04 PM
Post: #23
RE: Final Fantasy IV: Complete Collection
I found some tips of healing in this site chakras.soulchakra[.]com , don't know how they can work or not.
Can anyone please check and say that chakras really work or not?
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05-08-2017, 01:35 AM
Post: #24
RE: Final Fantasy IV: Complete Collection
I'd like to request a code to edit a specific character into a specific character slot (FFIV). Such codes already exist for the GBA and NDS versions, but my CC knowledge is pretty limited and so far I've been unable to identify which address is used, or even if it still works the same way.

For reference, here is the RAW code for the GBA version:

Code:
Slot 1 Modifier
020069E6:??

Slot 2 Modifier
020069E7:??

Slot 3 Modifier
020069E8:??

Slot 4 Modifier
020069E9:??

Slot 5 Modifier
020069EA:??

00 - Cecil (Paladin), (Dark Knight) before class change at Mt. Ordeals
01 - Kain
02 - Rosa
03 - Rydia (Adult), (Child) before she first leaves party after Fabul
04 - Cid
05 - Tellah
06 - Edward
07 - Yang
08 - Palom
09 - Porom
0A - Edge
0B - FuSoYa

Thanks in advance.
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06-08-2017, 03:41 PM (This post was last modified: 06-09-2017 06:46 PM by Pelador1.)
Post: #25
RE: Final Fantasy IV: Complete Collection
Hey there I can't get the exp code to work. I'm putting it under the .ini like this

C0 EXP Modifier x128
_L 0x2005a394 0x000529C0

Am I doing something wrong?
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06-09-2017, 06:46 PM
Post: #26
RE: Final Fantasy IV: Complete Collection
Fixed. I didn't have the full code.
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07-17-2017, 02:23 AM
Post: #27
RE: Final Fantasy IV: Complete Collection
(05-08-2017 01:35 AM)Hunty Wrote:  I'd like to request a code to edit a specific character into a specific character slot (FFIV). Such codes already exist for the GBA and NDS versions, but my CC knowledge is pretty limited and so far I've been unable to identify which address is used, or even if it still works the same way.

For reference, here is the RAW code for the GBA version:

Code:
Slot 1 Modifier
020069E6:??

Slot 2 Modifier
020069E7:??

Slot 3 Modifier
020069E8:??

Slot 4 Modifier
020069E9:??

Slot 5 Modifier
020069EA:??

00 - Cecil (Paladin), (Dark Knight) before class change at Mt. Ordeals
01 - Kain
02 - Rosa
03 - Rydia (Adult), (Child) before she first leaves party after Fabul
04 - Cid
05 - Tellah
06 - Edward
07 - Yang
08 - Palom
09 - Porom
0A - Edge
0B - FuSoYa

Thanks in advance.

Character Slot Codes

1st slot. 003F73F8

2nd slot. 003F73F9

3rd slot. 003F73FA

4th slot. 003F73FB

5th slot. 003F73FC

Now I have a code of my own if anyone can help me with.
200492B8 00042840. The code makes all attacks and spells do 2x damage. I want to know if any can help me find a break damage code. It should be in the same address area.

My only way of code searching I can do is through cwcheat on my psp. Thanks for any help I can get.
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