So I said that the Twilight Hack was gone and probably wouldn’t be coming back.
Good thing I left that probably in there.
Yes, they screwed up the anti-Twilight Hack check. Again.
There’s not much point in us publishing a detailed explanation on where the problems are this time around. It comes down to nothing remarkable anyway – just more stupid, silly bugs. They fixed some and added more. We didn’t look much this time because we thought that, well, they really couldn’t have screwed it up this time, could they? As it turns out, you didn’t even have to look at the code to figure out that something was wrong. Someone tried to copy the Twilight Hack out of a 3.3 Wii and into a 3.4 Wii. Go ahead, try it. It doesn’t quite work (it crashes the game when used), but the save copies. Oops. Props to Krusty for pointing this out.
Will this finally be the last release of the Twilight Hack? Will Nintendo finally manage to beat it into the ground? Third time’s the charm, maybe? We don’t know.
Enjoy: Twilight Hack v0.1-beta2 (special 3.4 edition)
Notes: This is for 3.4 ONLY. 3.3 and earlier users should continue with the v0.1-beta1 Twilight Hack. The hacked savefile will be deleted on every boot, so you should copy it, run Zelda, and immediately install HBC, as the hack will be gone once you go back to the System Menu (and then you’ll have to copy it again to use it again). JAP and PAL are untested but ought to work.
Also, this in no way implies that updating is a good idea. It’s not. Don’t do it.