The fact that Nintendo is particularly strict when it comes to tampering with its games makes it pretty hard to experiment with cheats and mods for titles like Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild. That said, a few crafty modders have found a way to come up with an incredibly powerful Wii U mod that gives Breath of the Wild players the ability to summon any item or character into any scenario. The results are exactly as chaotic and hilarious as you are imagining.
Accio Master Code was developed by Chadderz and MrBean35000vr and is meant to be run on the JGecko U cheating client for the Wii U. The tool's uses are only limited by the creativity of the person behind the controller and it seems like a perfect way to experiment with some big scale battles similar to those that the Fallout 4 modding community came up with during the early months of that title. So far, the creators have used it to discover a max limit for how many rupees Link can hold (999,999) and to put every boss from the game in one crowded room.
The creators of the mod posted this update alongside the demo video...
“It’s been a fun time working on this, and I suspect we’ll be making it better over time, too, since there’s a lot of desirable features that we lack (rotation, unique behavior, other random spawn parameters)... Stay tuned!”
The mod is still in beta, but here is a peek at how it looks so far...
In addition to spawning a painful number of enemies for Link to deal with, apparently players can also just make it rain rupees and bananas. That sounds a lot more pleasant, doesn't it?
What do you think of this crazy master code mod? How long do you think it'll take Nintendo to find a way to shut it down. Let us know in the comments.
Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild is available now on Wii U and Nintendo Switch.