One of the most sought-after (not to mention humorous) codes on the blue planet is the elusive sprite control mod. -Sprite control mod? A sprite control mod is a code that lets you take control of sprites (characters and objects that have an action or move at some point in the game) in any place that has a moving character/object. It's something like the video game version of possession :) Sounds fun, doesn't it? Anyway, there's one requirement for hacking one of these, via RAM alone: an object or character you can switch to at some point during normal gameplay. Without that, your chances are fairly slim. -OK, I understand the code, now how do I hack it? To hack a sprite control mod, start an Unknown Value search, followed by an Equal to Last. Switch to the other character/object and do a Greater than Last. Switch back to your normal character, and do a Less than Last followed by an equal to last. Repeat until you are low in possibilities. When low in possibilities, look for low-ranging values (usually either 0000 to 0001) when you are controlling yourself, and slightly higher, yet still low, values when you are controlling the other character/object (possibly up to 12, but most likely around 04). -How do I know it's a sprite control mod? You know it's a sprite control mod when you are controlling a different character/object. Heh. Try different values for different sprites. Be sure to find the original character's digits, as they will act as a deactivator for your code. Now set up a joker system (if applicable for your console; also, see the FAQs concerning jokers), and you're all set for laughing hysterically as you control some person that usually stands in your way and make him go hide in a corner so you can pass. If you have any further questions on hacking for a sprite control mod, feel free to e-mail anyone on GSHI staff. This text was brought to you by GSHI.org, unless someone else gave it to you, in which case it was only written by someone at GSHI.org. Heheh.