LE-CODE/Item Cheat

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As of build 27, LE-CODE includes a built-in expanded version of Wiimm's Item Cheat. It now supports all four regions, and also supports the Classic Controller in addition to the previously compatible Wii Remote and Nunchuk and GameCube Controller. The base Wii Wheel is still not supported due to a lack of available buttons to use.


Overview

The main purpose of this feature is to test tracks and battle arenas both offline and online with all available items. The cheat code works with the first connected supported controller.

The player can select all available items using various button combinations (see controller specific descriptions below). The items are placed into the item container (top left on-screen). If "Off" is selected, the cheat code is disabled and normal item handling is enabled. All controller options place the items on three layers, with the most important items for testing being on the primary layer.

The Thunder Cloud is a useful item for testing jumps in tracks while small. In Wiimm's Intermezzo, he sets the duration of the effect to 30 seconds to allow for easier testing.

Enabling the Item Cheat

The Item Cheat can be enabled by a LPAR parameter. Wiimmfi detects the usage of this item code. So use it only for testing, but never in regular online races.

Wii Remote and Nunchuk

Buttons for Wii Remote and Nunchuk

The Wii Remote and Nunchuk uses directions on the D-Pad in addition to the , 1 and 2 buttons to select items. Use those in combination with the C and B buttons to access the second and third layers, respectively.

Classic Controller

Buttons for Classic Controller

The Classic Controller uses directions on the right joystick to select items. Select a direction in combination with D-Pad Left and D-Pad Right to access the second and third layers, respectively.

GameCube Controller

Buttons for GameCube Controller

The GameCube Controller uses directions on the C-stick to select items. Select a direction in combination with the Z and B buttons to access the second and third layers, respectively. The Classic Controller and GameCube Controller use identical joystick layouts, with the only difference being the buttons to activate the additional layers.