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Hacks are not too hard to prove. All they require are codes, and then you do the rest. Does this need a project page as well? I would make a template for the hacks like the one for the glitches, but I don't know how. Once everything is set up, I'll start to add them. —Austin (NIWA Operative) 00:38, 2 January 2009 (UTC)
There's more to hacking
I'm an acclaimed Zelda Hacker, particularly for the Nintendo 64 Zeldas, and most of us view Gameshark Codes (those without assembly being changed) as the most primitive form of hacking. The forms that we create the most are those which directly modify the ROM (or ISO) itself. A few examples can be seen on Youtube if you are one of the few who wouldn't believe me.
Can we add acknowledgment of this to the page? Also, Action Replay and Gameshark are the same thing with a different format. Ayeraw 03:03, 8 June 2009 (UTC)
- Sure, by all means, add whatever knowledge that you have about hacking on this page. :) Dany36 03:48, 12 June 2009 (UTC)
- Done slightly earlier, discreetly for now since it's late where I am and I can't think perfectly. Ayeraw 03:51, 12 June 2009 (UTC)
Isnt there also Gecko From The Homebrew channel?That can be also used for cheat codes for the wii. SkullKid001 16:55, 29 November 2010 (EST)