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junk.bin Dave Lang code
I present to you junk.bin:
I started off trying to find my way through the game's assembly, but I got lost almost instantly. I then turned to playing around with editing memory values to try to flip whatever bit caused the slideshow to run. I eventually found where the game was keeping track of the menus, and noticed that one of the values changed depending on which menu you were in. If you edit the value and select a menu on-screen, it would change to the menu corresponding with the memory value, regardless of what you select in the game. After plugging in a bunch of numbers into that address, eventually the slideshow appeared!
It's not as good as getting the code, but it can be accessed by using a gameshark with the code 8013CEBF 0038 and selecting any menu option. I did this with an emulator, so I'm not sure if it works on a N64 hardware.
Very impressive! Well done! I didn't think it could be done, tried doing some of what you ended up doing (changing memory values, etc), but got hopelessly lost.
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How dare you take credit for another man's work by stealthily quoting his post! Yes, it was all you! I refuse any responsibility for the mistake!!
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