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Changing the Camera Angle (Top Down); Top down mods now publicly possible!
Topic Started: Sep 21 2016, 03:41 PM (663 Views)
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Average user who wants to mod :P
Hey everyone! Those who have played Melon and I's Four Swords Arena Edition mod, you noticed that the camera angle was top down, despite no reliable (or easily known) method to do so.

Melon and I were able to fix this, and now it's time to release the info on how to change the camera angle in a scene file!


1: Open the scenefile in HxD
2: search for 03000000
3: right after, there is 02 00 XX XX
copy XX XX then go to that offset
4: press 2 times on the down arrow key
5: write: 02 00 YY YY (YY YY being a spot with a lot of 00s)
6: go to YY YY
7: Write: 00 35


That's about it!
If you have any questions, feel free to ask. I'll have a video uploaded today showing an example.
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A mentally drained friend
sorry for the late post but this is cool, sad melon is in incognito
Edited by AriaHiro, Sep 22 2016, 10:05 PM.
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The Talking Watermelon
I'M ALIVE!! (Took a break from Zelda modding, but now i'm back!)
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