Difference between revisions of "Talk:Indiana Pwns"

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:::::[[User:Comex|Comex]] is the creator of both Bannerbomb and the SSBB exploit.  [http://gamingexposed.com/releases/wii-releases/537-smashstack-released.html Comex has released its beta.]  The reason this isn't a redux of Twilight Hack or Indiana Pwns is it doesn't modify save files and is supposed to be difficult to patch. [[User:OrAreWeDancers|OrAreWeDancers]] 03:08, 26 September 2009 (UTC)
 
:::::[[User:Comex|Comex]] is the creator of both Bannerbomb and the SSBB exploit.  [http://gamingexposed.com/releases/wii-releases/537-smashstack-released.html Comex has released its beta.]  The reason this isn't a redux of Twilight Hack or Indiana Pwns is it doesn't modify save files and is supposed to be difficult to patch. [[User:OrAreWeDancers|OrAreWeDancers]] 03:08, 26 September 2009 (UTC)
 
::::::Well, it's still really cool. and by "difficult to patch", I assume you mean difficult to fix (By Nintendo of course)? --[[User:PotentialExperience|PotentialExperience]]
 
::::::Well, it's still really cool. and by "difficult to patch", I assume you mean difficult to fix (By Nintendo of course)? --[[User:PotentialExperience|PotentialExperience]]
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Does anybody know if this works on the system menu 4.2 update? --[[User:James Paige|James Paige]] 02:35, 29 September 2009 (UTC)

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And here it is. The new Twilight Hack. :) Still not quite as good as Bannerbomb, though, in my opinion. Sorry, guys.--OMIGHTY1 20:32, 24 September 2009 (UTC)

Neither hack is "better". They both perform the exact same function.--Arikado 20:46, 24 September 2009 (UTC)
No, Bannerbomb is definitely better. Anybody can use Bannerbomb on any Wii, making it more accessible. Only people with an Indiana Jones disc can use this exploit. In my opinion, Team Twiizers should have waited for Nintendo to fix Bannerbomb before releasing this exploit. OrAreWeDancers 03:44, 25 September 2009 (UTC)
I agree. Why release another exploit when there is still a working one which doesn't require a game? IMO, SmashStack and Indiana Pwns should have been kept till bannerbomb was patched. --SifJar 20:18, 25 September 2009 (UTC)
Whatever happened to the exploit found in SSBB? What was it again? Comex or something like that? --PotentialExperience
Comex is the creator of both Bannerbomb and the SSBB exploit. Comex has released its beta. The reason this isn't a redux of Twilight Hack or Indiana Pwns is it doesn't modify save files and is supposed to be difficult to patch. OrAreWeDancers 03:08, 26 September 2009 (UTC)
Well, it's still really cool. and by "difficult to patch", I assume you mean difficult to fix (By Nintendo of course)? --PotentialExperience

Does anybody know if this works on the system menu 4.2 update? --James Paige 02:35, 29 September 2009 (UTC)