HuniePop 2: Double Date – How To Re-Enable Disabled Secret Codes (Abia Hair Mode)

A guide on how to re-enable disabled secret codes (Abia hair mode) in HuniePop 2: Double Date

How to Re-Enable Disabled Secret Codes (Abia Hair Mode)

Preamble

This requires basic knowledge of using a hex editor. This will not cover usage of hex editors.

The Codes And What They Do

There are two disabled non-costume codes with unknown plaintext that can be toggled on and off. Using a hex editor, you can re-enable these codes and change the unlock code to a whatever you want (MD5).

QuickTransitions: “Location transition speed is now much faster!”

AbiaHair: “Abia’s headwear replaced with alternate hairstyles!”

Suggested/example replacement MD5 values:

QuickTransitions: DCA6E617F6FB54033DEB311E7E7C93CC (FAST)

AbiaHair: E386714C2C9D4EFF37DCF8BFCBC48D10 (ABIA)

Editing Resources.Assets

Right-click the game in your library, go to ‘Manage’ and then ‘Browse local files’. Go into ‘HuniePop 2 – Double Date_Data’, make a backup copy of ‘resources.assets’ and then open it in a hex editor (I use XVI32).

QuickTransitions:

Find the string “760BDB0C734C4EBAC66DBD901AF594B5”. Replace it with your desired MD5.

To re-enable the code, change the byte 0x01 after “normal!” to 0x00.

Example: Changing code to “FAST” (DCA6E617F6FB54033DEB311E7E7C93CC) + re-enabling

AbiaHair:

Find the string “4013120B04449205D03E0EC8F1EA5C74”. Replace it with your desired MD5.

To re-enable the code, change the byte 0x01 after “headwear! ” to 0x00.

Example: Changing code to “ABIA” (E386714C2C9D4EFF37DCF8BFCBC48D10) + re-enabling

Save and give your newly enabled codes a try!

By Ian Brandon Anderson


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