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    Inventory Hacking Guide by Skrybe

    Version: 1.01 | Updated: 10/14/02 | Search Guide | Bookmark Guide

    Zombie Hunter (aka Zombie Master) inventory hacking guide v1.01
    10/14/02 by Skrybe (skrybezero@yahoo.com)
    
    This document may be distributed freely and without permission, as long as it 
    remains unchanged.
    
    Based on KingMike's (http://www.geocities.com/newkingmike/trans/index.html) 
    Zombie Hunter English translation v0.95
    
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    No fancy story here, I just wanted to make an inventory cheat to be sure I 
    hadn't missed anything in the game, and to make it easier to get screenshots 
    and such from later stages in the game.  These are my notes.  More info on 
    the game can be found on KingMike's page (above) and mine 
    (http://64.53.95.207/).
    
    * New in v1.01: Just updated my email address and web site location.
    
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    These cheats are verified to work in Nesten (http://tnse.zophar.net) and FCE 
    Ultra (http://fceultra.sourceforge.net/).  I'm not aware of any other 
    Nintendo emulators that support this form of hacking/cheating, and while it 
    would certainly be possible to create Game Genie codes that would produce 
    the same effects using this info, I personally don't have the knowlage to 
    do so.
    
    Anyways, I'm assuming that you already know where to enter address 
    locations, values, and such on your emulator.  If you don't, check your 
    emu's readme.
    
    Address $00D6 is your character's equipped item, and $00D7 through $00E0 
    is your inventory.  Don't forget that this is in hex.  If you have 
    something in the slot that you're tinkering with, it will get deleted, 
    though of course you can always hack it back in.  The values below are all 
    for level 1 items.  Add 32 to the value to get the next level up.  8 is the 
    max level, adding 224 to these base values will make give you that item at 
    its max level.  Value 255, which should give you a level 8 Bag, is actually 
    the blank space used when you don't have an item in that slot.  I don't think 
    that you can get a level 8 Bag, but AFAIK, that item doesn't do anything 
    anyway.  It doesn't look like there aren't any dummied out items in there, 
    though I imagine it'd be near impossible to get some of the high level items 
    through normal gameplay (like level 8 Life Water.)
    
    And as a little bonus, address $00C2 is your HP total.  Freeze it to become 
    nearly invincible.  If you take a hit that would do more damage than your 
    frozen total (you freeze the value at 5, and take a 6 point hit,) you'll 
    still die, even with the value frozen.  Don't try and give yourself more HP 
    than your level will allow, or you'll also die.
    
    0=Sword
    1=Shield
    2=Helmet
    3=Gauntlet
    4=Dagger
    5=Ring
    6=Mace
    7=Crystal
    8=Katana
    9=Medicine
    10=Magic Book
    11=Poison
    12=Key
    13=Food
    14=Magic Rod
    15=Crystal Rod
    16=Thunder
    17=Big Thunder
    18=Flame Magic
    19=Explosion
    20=MagiBracelet
    21=Necklace
    22=Magic Clock
    23=Armor
    24=Siliva
    25=Life Water
    26=Steel Sword
    27=Boots
    28=Shuriken
    29=Bomb
    30=Candle
    31=Bag
    255=(empty)
    
    

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