OK SOOO i have spent more time on this that i first thought i would. I think i might actualy see this to the end c: I will do my best to explain how the game is played.

- the game is called Frameworks (for now, untill i can think of a better name)
- its 2 to 4 players
- each player controls 4 servers (home base) and 1 Framework (the robot thing) aswell as a number of smaller, lesser attack programs (and traps maybe?)
- your objective is to destroy all other players servers
- each player builds a deck of cards with a total ram count of 100 (That number in the bottom right, the total sum of all your cards cannot go over 100)
- you can install core programs and other lesser programs each turn on your local server (there is a section on the board that is your local server region) to bolster your forces
- Frameworks can have equipment programs installed onto them (equiping things)
- equipment programs can be destroyed
- to attack you use a command line (those attack cards there near the top)
- Each equipment program and command line card have tags, these must match in order for that attack to be carried out (example: sword has melee and power, command line cleave only has melee. This attack can be carried out)

Dealing dammage and movement are not quite figured out yet. Movement is easy enough but i want damage to be handeled differently then keeping track of numbers or tokens.

It seems preety cool so far, if i am able to finish i will make a pack for table top sim and maybe even a way to get a physical copy. In the end i want 4+ frameworks, a bunch of weapons + attacking cards, and other things like firewalls, and guns for servers.

thanks for reading this shit c: have a good day folks <3

In this post I’m going to touch on the three different hacks that are available for Animal Crossing: New Leaf–the LeafTools hacks, the RAM editor, and the map editor–including general requirements and tips for all of them. This isn’t going to go into step-by-step details on every aspect of every hack, but it will give you a general idea of what they do and how to use them, if you can.

General Requirements + Tips

To hack your 3DS/ XL/ 2DS with any of the following, you must have the software version 9.x up to 9.5.0-22. If you have updated to 9.5.0-23 or higher, you will not be able to use these hacks, no exceptions. The creators of all the hacks have stated there is absolutely no way around this yet.

These hacks can be used on both physical and digital copies of New Leaf. It doesn’t matter how many copies you have; you can hack them all!

The number one thing you have to do before using any of these hacks is to back up your save file, explained in steps 1- 7 here. LeafTools also provides a way to back up your save file, but I recommend the one I link to, because that will also be the save file both the RAM editor and map editor use to edit your town. By backing up your save file, you guarantee that your game can be restored if it happens to corrupt from hacking.

LeafTools Hacks

Things you can do with LeafTools:

  • Backup/ restore multiple save files
  • Water flowers, unbury items, pull weeds
  • Max out your bank account
  • Max out your island medals
  • Fill your town with/ remove all grass
  • Unlock all Public Works Projects
  • Unbox a moving villager
  • Rig the stalk market
  • Duplicate items
  • Move out an unwanted villager
  • Remove/ add rocks
  • Put a train station locker in a house
  • Generate items*
  • Create, move, or destroy buildings*

These hacks are all activated by visiting specific URL’s on your 3DS’s internet browser while your game is running. The creators’ thread provides these URL’s, along with instructions for each individual hack. For all of them, you must be playing as your mayor for them to work. Some of the hacks can be done anywhere, but some require you to run it as soon as your game loads, be inside a building, place an item in a certain place, etc.

The linked guide lists some hacks as “easy peasy,” a few as “tricky tricks,” and two as “hardcore mayors only.” The “tricky tricks” aren’t really tricky; they just require you to do something a little more than step inside a building, but they aren’t very risky so don’t worry! The “hardcore” ones are the two hacks marked with a * on my list, which are the more complicated and dangerous ones. Again, the linked guide explains them in detail, but I just wanted to urge caution when approaching these hacks. Don’t attempt them until you’ve run other hacks multiple times and feel confident.

RAM Editor

Things you can do with the RAM editor:

  • Place items (clothes, furniture, songs, etc.) in your town/ island
  • Place nature (trees, bushes, flowers, etc.) in your town/ island
  • Lay down patterns from your characters’ design slots
  • Remove items, nature, rocks, and patterns
  • Place items in your characters’ storages
  • Exchange a villager for a new villager
  • Move existing buildings/ PWP’s
  • Change your native fruit, grass shape, town hall/ train station color

The RAM editor is an online program found here that you can use to do the above to your town. It edits your town using the file on your SD card (called acnlram.bin) that was created when you backed up your save file earlier.

The program has five different sections: Map, Dressers, Island, Villagers, and Buildings. On the Map section, it shows your town map, identifying items, nature, and patterns with different colored blocks. On this page you can place items from a drop down menu and remove existing items. On the Dressers page, you can place items in your characters’ storages. The Island page allows you to interact with your island map in the same fashion as the original Map page. The Villagers page shows a list of your current villagers. You can choose to replace any villager with any other villager from the drop down menus here. The the Buildings page lists every building and PWP in your town with their X and Y coordinates, which you can change in order to move the corresponding building in your town. Keep in mind that there isn’t a way to place buildings or PWP’s that aren’t already there. This page also provides drop down menus to choose your native fruit, grass shape, and town hall/ train station color.

The main things people use the RAM editor for are to place items/ buildings/ PWP’s where they normally can’t go. You can put trees right on cliffs, houses in rivers, PWP’s on the beach, bushes around your town tree, etc etc. The creative possibilities are pretty endless with the RAM editor!

Once you’re done editing your town, you’ll save the file, replace the old acnlram.bin file on your SD card with the new one, eject your SD card, put it in your console, and follow steps 11- 15 here to make the changes appear in your town! I’ll be sure to make a more thorough RAM editor guide soon. Check my Helpful Links page to see if I’ve added it by the time you’re reading this!

Map Editor

Things you can do with the map editor:

  • Move/ alter rivers
  • Create multiple rivers
  • Choose locations for ReTail, town hall, town plaza
  • Choose stone plaza shapes for above areas
  • Move/ alter beaches

Things you can’t* do with the map editor:

  • Move your waterfall/ make another
  • Make a map with no side beach
  • Switch which way your map faces
  • Get rid of the beach your dock is on
  • Move the dock and have it function properly
  • Remove the town plaza
  • Have more or less than two beach entrances
  • End more than one river at the cliff
  • Town hall and ReTail will not move when moving the stone, you must move them with the RAM editor

*i.e.- shouldn’t because it will corrupt your game, rendering it unplayable

The map editor is an application you can download from here and use to, erm, edit your map (duh). It’s an .exe file so it only works on Windows. If you have a Mac, you can use a Windows emulator to run it or WineBottler to turn it into a .app file you can use!

You will use the file on your SD card (called acnlram.bin) that was created when you backed up your save file earlier. The program will open up your current town map divided into 16 grids. You can scroll through the different land types on each grid to create a custom map, keeping in mind the limitations listed above. After you’re done editing it, close the program (it will automatically save), eject your SD card, and insert it in your console. To make the changes appear in your town, you’ll inject the edited save file, explained in steps 11- 15 here.

There is a more thorough guide to the map editor here!

(Special thanks to descrossing for the map editor restrictions and for getting me started on hacking with their hacking information!)



How to dump and inject ACNL RAM files


  • Create backup save files in case of game corruption
  • Edit your town with the RAM editor or map editor
  • Play with multiple towns on one copy of ACNL


  • Old Nintendo 3DS/XL or 2DS at 9.x up to 9.5.0-22 (9.5.0-23 or higher are not supported)
  • A computer with an SD card reader


1. Run ACNL in your console and get ingame, making sure you can already move your character
2. Press the Home button
3. Scan this QR code (press L+R in the home menu):

(or go to http://bit.ly/acnl_dump in the console’s web browser)
4. Wait a few seconds, it will show a green screen, crash, and show an error on the home screen (this is fine, don’t worry!)
5. Return back to the game, save and quit
6. Power down the console, take out the SD card, and put it in your computer
7. Copy the acnlram.bin file to a safe place on your computer to use as a backup
8. Use the acnlram.bin file in your SD card on the RAM editor or map editor to your desire
9. Save the edited file and replace the original file on your SD card with it
10. Insert the SD card in the console
11. Run AC:NL, get ingame, and immediately go inside the train station
12. Press the Home button
13. Scan this QR code (press L+R in the home menu):

(or go to http://bit.ly/acnl_inject in the console’s web browser)
14. Wait a few seconds, it will show a green screen, crash, and show an error on the home screen
15. Return back to the game and go outside. Your changes should be there!


Lon’qu was secretly a woman this entire time.

Ploi, you’ve been lied to.

Also… have a code.

Slot 1 Character Modifier (JP):
D9000000 03BEF6E4
D4000000 00000008
D4000000 0000XXXX
B3CEE100 00000000
D6000000 00000064
D2000000 00000000

Slot 1 Character Modifier (US):
D9000000 03BF2738
D4000000 00000008
D4000000 0000XXXX
B3CF1100 00000000
D6000000 00000064
D2000000 00000000

XXXX Values:
0x0 Male My Unit/Male Avatar
0x238 Female My Unit/Female Avatar
0x470 Guest My Unit/Guest Avatar
0x6A8 Chrom
0x8E0 Liz/Lissa
0xB18 Frederick
0xD50 Viole/Virion
0xF88 Soiree/Sully
0x11C0 Vaike
0x13F8 Sol/Stahl
0x1630 Miriel
0x1868 Callum/Kellam
0x1AA0 Sumia
0x1CD8 Ronku/Lon'qu
0x1F10 Richt/Ricken
0x2148 Mariabelle/Maribelle
0x2380 Velvet/Panne
0x25B8 Gaia/Gaius
0x27F0 Tiamo/Cordelia
0x2A28 Grego/Gregor
0x2C60 Nono/Nowi
0x2E98 Libera/Libra
0x30D0 Sariya/Tharja
0x3308 Olivia
0x3540 Serge/Cherche
0x3778 Henry
0x39B0 Lucina
0x3BE8 Sairi/Say'ri
0x3E20 Basilio
0x4058 Flavia
0x4290 Donny/Donnel
0x44C8 Anna
0x4700 Wood/Owain
0x4938 Azure/Inigo
0x4B70 Brady
0x4DA8 Djelle/Kjelle
0x4FE0 Cynthia
0x5218 Serena/Severa
0x5450 Jerome/Gerome
0x5688 Male Mark/Morgan
0x58C0 Female Marc/Morgan
0x5AF8 Chambray/Yarne
0x5D30 Loran/Laurent
0x5F68 Noire
0x61A0 Nn/Nah
0x63D8 Tiki
0x6610 Gangrel
0x6848 Valhart/Walhart
0x6A80 Emelina/Emmeryn
0x6CB8 Lenha/Yen'fay
0x6EF0 Inverse/Aversa
0x7128 Paris/Priam
0x7360 Marth_FE1
0x7598 Dummy
0x77D0 Unpromoted_Monster
0x7A08 Promoted_Monster
0x7C40 Merchant


soooo i had this idea…..

i had a hacking themed board game i made a while ago that was kinda super not good.. this was a test / revival of a few ideas i had for it, it involves cyber robots and “hacking” <3


Published on Jan 12, 2015

KeySweeper (http://samy.pl/keysweeper) is a stealthy Arduino-based device, camouflaged as a functioning USB wall charger, that wirelessly and passively sniffs, decrypts, logs and reports back (over GSM) all keystrokes from any Microsoft wireless keyboards (using proprietary 2.4GHz RF) in the area.

Keystrokes are sent back to the KeySweeper operator over the Internet via an optional GSM chip, or can be stored on a flash chip and delivered wirelessly when a secondary KeySweeper device comes within wireless range of the target KeySweeper. A web based tool allows live keystroke monitoring.

KeySweeper has the capability to send SMS alerts upon certain keystrokes being typed, e.g. “www.bank.com”. If KeySweeper is removed from AC power, it appears to shut off, however it continues to operate covertly using an internal battery that is automatically recharged upon reconnecting to AC power.


By Samy Kamkar

0:00 Intro
0:59 Demonstration
1:11 Hardware used
5:33 Determining Keyboard Radio Frequency & Wireless Protocol
11:05 Sniffing 2.4GHz Proprietary RF
16:22 Decrypting Wireless Keystrokes
19:26 Using GSM for Internet and SMS
22:17 Powering and Usurping a USB Charger
25:36 Schematic