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How to download Neopet's .SWF files UPDATED

15 May 2018 - 08:02 PM

Neither @Homer's guide nor @Coilvect's guide have worked for me unfortunately, so here I will show an updated foolproof way to get the .swf file!


Step 1: Open any flash game. I will be using Kass Basher for this example.



Step 2: Right click within the area of the container of the flash game, like this:



Step 3: Press "Inspect Element". You should see a huge bunch of code that jumps straight to <div style="text-align: center...



Step 3.5: Keep expanding the code until you get to <div id="game_container"... You are looking for the javascript section within that section! Expand the javascript:



Step 4: Search for the line (highlighted in the image) that goes roughly

swf.addVariable('g', 'THIS IS THE MAGIC PHRASE'); 



Step 5: You want to look for that magic phrase that starts g_... with a bunch of numbers and letters after it. Now, type in this url in your browser:

images.neopets.com/games/[THE MAGIC PHRASE].swf



Step 6: On Chrome, just entering the url will automatically download the .swf file, like this:


On Firefox, it will actually load up the game on the tab. You will need to do File -> Save As to download the .swf file:



Congrats! You downloaded the .swf file!  :nana:

[How to] Find the Correct Process ID on Chrome + Cheat Engine UPDATED

07 May 2018 - 12:43 AM

An update to Chrome about a year or two ago broke the previous guide, but not to worry! It is still extremely simple to find the correct process very easily. 


Step 1: First, open any flash game.



Step 2: In Chrome, go to Settings -> More Tools -> Task Manager



Step 3: Find the process that says "Plugin: Shockwave Flash". It should also usually be using the most CPU. Copy down the process number.



Step 4: If you're using Bit Slicer on MacOS, you're done! The process ID is the one you need to look for, and Bit Slicer lists out processes in regular decimal. If you're using Cheat Engine, you need to convert that number into hexadecimal (calculator here). Since my process ID was 9579, converting to hex gives me 256B. 


New 2018 Updated Master List of AoBs

06 May 2018 - 07:30 PM

This is a new, shiny, up to date master list of all working AoBs! The main upgrade from the last version is formatting, hours and hours of standardizing the format :p I will continually update this one as codes break and are added. Please let me know and @ me if a code doesn't work and I'll be happy to remove it from the list and potentially find a new one. If you find a new code, or you think I missed one, let me know and I'll be happy to add it to the list. AC AoB's will be in their own section so that they are easy to find amid the others. 
To find the game you want, open the spoiler which contains the first letter of the game, then just use your computers/browser's search function to find the game, then open that game's spoiler. 



For any AoB that requires a custom edit, remember that the game reads the array of bytes data right to left, like a Japanese manga book. Example: 10,000 decimal is equal to 27 10 hexadecimal. To enter it into an AoB, we need to reverse the bytes of the hexadecimal value, so it would 10 27. This reversal applies to any value above 255 decimal! Any value at or below 255 decimal can be represented in just a single byte, so no need to reverse anything.







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UPDATED AoB: Korbat's Lab

06 May 2018 - 11:51 AM

Unlimited Lives (oscillates between 3 and 4 lives):


96 0e 00 07 ff ff ff ff 07 01 00 00 00 04 01 08 27  --->

96 0E 00 07 FF FF FF FF 07 01 00 00 00 04 00 08 27

[AoB] Meepit Juice Break

05 May 2018 - 11:33 PM

Unlimited Time:


4e 96 05 00 07 01 00 00 00 49 12 9d 02 00 0b 00 96 07 --->

4E 96 05 00 07 00 00 00 00 49 12 9D 02 00 0B 00 96 07