Ok guys to create quick mode codes you'll need basic understanding of hex and advanced mode. After that you will need to understand code types. I cannot disclose any of Game Genie's secret code types but I can help explain the ones that have been made public. Let's start with basic explanation of our counting system which is decimal and then how to convert that to hex using a hex key.
We use the decimal counting system where we start at 1 and count as high as we need to and what we count to is the exact value we say it is. 150 is 150, but in hex 150 isn't 150 if you were trying to find 150 in advanced mode you would be looking for 96 as 96 in hex = 150 in decimal. Confusing at first I know but let me explain further using the hex key I was talking about...
HEX KEY:
00-09 in hex/advanced mode = 0-9 in decimal
0A-0F in hex/advanced mode = 10-15 in decimal
Here is where it gets tricky... if 0F is 15 what would 16 be...? The answer is 10.
10 in hex/advanced mode = 16 in decimal.
Because Hex count is no higher than F, the digits shift and start again.
10=16, 11=17, 12=18, 13= 19, 14=20 and so on up till 1F which is 31. Once it has reached F it starts again After 1F (31 in dec) comes 20 (32 in dec)
Now you have a basic understanding of how hex works hopefully I will show you an easy way to convert Dec to Hex and vice versa
Open up windows calculator
Calculator basic.png
Switch to programmer view
Switch to programmer.png
enter a value you want to find
Programmer dec.png
click hex to instantly convert it.
Programmer hex.png
That is all there is to converting dec to hex and vice versa...
Now onto actually opening GG and a game in advanced mode to find what you may be looking for. I will be using Hard Corps: Uprising as it was just released and is a very easy save to get started with if your completely new to all this. I will be showing you how I found the CP for the characters.
First things first you need to create a save and put it on your usb and open it in the GG. After that comes the work so let's get started.
Open your Game Genie Program and get into the main interface as shown here:
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Next right click on your save you want to mod ( for this tut we will be using Hard Corps: Uprising) and choose Advanced Mode:
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Once in advanced mode you'll need to find your CP. To do this you'd have needed to write down on a notepad or paper anything how much CP you had after your last save before you turned your game off. I have an exact value of 2,859,785.
So I'll enter that into the calculator shown here:
Decimal value CP.png
Then it is back to Game Genie, in the search bar type the amount you are looking for without the commas, now click in the field of hex on the GG so the first digit is highlighted at the very top left as shown here:
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Now click find. It will have taken you to exactly where your CP is located as shown here:
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Now just to be sure it matches you can click hex on your calculator and it will convert your decimal value into hex value as shown here:
Hex Value CP.png
You'll see it matches the value found by Game Genie. (Note: sometimes searching for decimal value will not always work in which case you search by hex, This is just for beginners and I do not want to overload anyone so I will cover that in part 2.) Now sometimes with certain games it will find your value more than once but we will get to that. For now how to mod your CP to a value you want while in advanced mode. All you need to do is type the value you want into the calculator. Make sure DEC is selected and type your value. I will use 999,999,999. Now click Hex. If you used my value you should have 3B9AC9FF now to enter that over the value found.
You'll notice that the 3B9AC9FF is longer than 2BA309 when writing this into advanced mode you'll want to start 3B in front of 2B as shown here:
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you'll notice where that 0 is highlighted this is where you'll begin typing your code. To make sense of why it moved over to the left I'll show you like this
___2B_A3_09
3B_9A_C9_FF
__2,859,785.
999,999,999.
As you can see when counting to higher values digits get added to the left not to the right... Same concept here. Since 3B9AC9FF is longer and higher in value the code would move left from the smaller value of 2BA309
So now that is cleared up as shown in the picture move left and start entering your new value overwriting the old one so it looks like this:
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As you can see the values that were changed are now underlined letting you know this was changed. If you move your mouse over the value you changed it will show you the original value what it was. That comes in handy if you accidentally change something you didn't mean to for whatever reason.
Now you will want to click apply, it will let you know that an edited save may not work the first time, If the game reports there's a problem with the save, restore to your original save and try again. Do you wish to proceed? Click Yes. Next you need to copy your save back from your USB to your ps3. After all is said and done once loading your save you should see that there in CP it is changed from whatever value you had to 999,999,999. This concludes the first part of my tutorial. Next I will cover creating Quick Mode Codes from Advanced Mode. I will try my best to have them up by Friday but keep in mind I do not get paid by GG and am doing this out of spare time I have. If you have any questions feel free to post or PM. As soon as I can I'll upload the other half of this for you guys so you can even better understand some of this.
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