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Welcome! This is a list of cheat codes for Crash Bandicoot: The Wrath of Cortex (PS2 version). A cheat device, such as a CodeBreaker or an Action Replay, is needed to use these codes. These codes are in "raw" format, so they may need converting to your cheat device's native format before use. (Google: OmniConvert.) Not all versions of the game are fully supported yet - sorry!

Codes that are written in red are codes that haven't been tested, and might not work. If you find any codes that don't work (or otherwise), I'd appreciate it if you could let me know... please. Thanks!

These codes were found/created by both Hacc and LXShadow. This HTML page was written (well, mostly) by LXShadow. The Editor Guide was written by LXShadow.

Editor Codes (how to use)

Code PAL PAL Platinum NTSC NTSC Greatest Hits
Loader 201C5868 0803F000
200FC000 0C04C0E8
200FC008 0C06DF1E
200FC010 3C04005C
200FC014 3484D1F0
200FC018 AF84AF5C
200FC01C 00002025
200FC020 0C06DEEC
200FC024 00002825
200FC028 0807161C
201C50E8 0803F000
200FC000 0C04C1D4
200FC008 0C06DD3A
200FC010 3C04005C
200FC014 3484E630
200FC018 AF84AFEC
200FC01C 00002025
200FC020 0C06DD08
200FC024 00002825
200FC028 0807143C
201C54E0 0803F000
200FC000 0C04C07A
200FC008 0C06DE3C
200FC010 3C04005E
200FC014 34848E30
200FC018 AF84AE5C
200FC01C 00002025
200FC020 0C06DE0A
200FC024 00002825
200FC028 0807153A
201C498C 0803F000
200FC000 0C04C1D4
200FC008 0C06DBD4
200FC010 3C04005D
200FC014 3484F4F0
200FC018 AF84ADF4
200FC01C 00002025
200FC020 0C06DBA2
200FC024 00002825
200FC028 08071265
Enable All Editors 2062F8CC 005CD1F0
205CD1F0 0049C660
2049C660 005C1820
205C1820 004BF510
204BF510 005CF588
205CF588 00489DC0
20489DC0 005CD178
205CD178 00484EE0
206320DC 005CE630
205CE630 0049D0E0
2049D0E0 005C2C60
205C2C60 004BFF90
204BFF90 005D0BB8
205D0BB8 0048A840
2048A840 005CE5B8
205CE5B8 00485960
206465CC 005E8E30
205E8E30 0049AF60
2049AF60 005DD460
205DD460 004BDE10
204BDE10 005EB1C8
205EB1C8 004886C0
204886C0 005E8DB8
205E8DB8 004837E0
2063E4E4 005DF4F0
205DF4F0 004966E0
204966E0 005D3B20
205D3B20 004B9590
204B9590 005E1A78
205E1A78 00483E40
20483E40 005DF478
205DF478 0047EF60
Font Scale Corrector 20131E7C 00000000
20131E8C 00000000
2062ED34 0000001A
2062ED38 00000018
2013222C 00000000
2013223C 00000000
2063153C 0000001A
20631540 00000018
20131CC4 00000000
20131CD4 00000000
20645A34 0000001A
20645A38 00000018
2013221C 00000000
2013222C 00000000
2063D93C 0000001A
2063D940 00000018
Open Editor (Hold Select, R1, L1, R2, L2) D1D3FDAA 0000F0FE
2062FA10 00000001
D1D43302 0000F0FE
20632220 00000001
D1D56642 0000F0FE
20646710 00000001
D1D4F5C2 0000F0FE
2063E628 00000001

Debug Menu Codes

Code PAL PAL Platinum NTSC NTSC Greatest Hits
Cheat Menu (R2 while paused) E0020001 0062FB4C
D1D3FDAA 0000FDFF
20591FDC FF090A00
E0020001 0063235C
D1D43302 0000FDFF
2059340C FF0A0A00
E0020001 0064684C
D1D56642 0000FDFF
205ADC2C FF090A00
E0020001 0063E764
D1D4F5C2 0000FDFF
205A43DC FF0A0A00
Draw Settings Menu (L2 while paused) E0020001 0062FB4C
D1D3FDAA 0000FEFF
20591FDC FF0A0A00
E0020001 0063235C
D1D43302 0000FEFF
2059340C FF0B0A00
E0020001 0064684C
D1D56642 0000FEFF
205ADC2C FF0A0A00
E0020001 0063E764
D1D4F5C2 0000FEFF
205A43DC FF0B0A00
Memory Information (R1 while paused) E0020001 0062FB4C
D1D3FDAA 0000F7FF
20591FDC FF0B0A00
E0020001 0063235C
D1D43302 0000F7FF
2059340C FF0C0A00
E0020001 0064684C
D1D56642 0000F7FF
205ADC2C FF0B0A00
E0020001 0063E764
D1D4F5C2 0000F7FF
205A43DC FF0C0A00
Cutscene Menu (L1 while paused) E0020001 0062FB4C
D1D3FDAA 0000FBFF
20591FDC FF0D0400
E0020001 0063235C
D1D43302 0000FBFF
2059340C FF0E0400
E0020001 0064684C
D1D56642 0000FBFF
205ADC2C FF0D0400
E0020001 0063E764
D1D4F5C2 0000FBFF
205A43DC FF0E0400

Hidden Level Codes

Code PAL PAL Platinum NTSC NTSC Greatest Hits
Warp to Airship (Hold X, Square, Triangle, Circle) D1D3FDAA 00000FFF
20630B94 00000024
D1D43302 00000FFF
206333B4 00000024
D1D56642 00000FFF
2064788C 00000024
D1D4F5C2 00000FFF
2063F7B4 00000024
Replace Warp Room with E3 Hub (note) 2061D4F4 33655C62
2061D4F8 00627568
2061FB34 33655C62
2061FB38 00627568
206359F4 33655C62
206359F8 00627568
2062D434 33655C62
2062D438 00627568
Replace Warp Room with "Fire Island" (note) 2061D4F0 69665C61
2061D4F4 695F6572
2061D4F8 665C6C73
2061D4FC 00657269
2061FB30 69665C61
2061FB34 695F6572
2061FB38 665C6C73
2061FB3C 00657269
206359F0 69665C61
206359F4 695F6572
206359F8 665C6C73
206359FC 00657269
2062D430 69665C61
2062D434 695F6572
2062D438 665C6C73
2062D43C 00657269

Walk Anywhere Codes

Code PAL PAL Platinum NTSC NTSC Greatest Hits
Enable Out-of-Terrain Movement (note) 2062FB30 00000000 20632340 00000000 20646830 00000000 2063E748 00000000
Disable Wall-Spline Collisions (note) 20176B48 03E00008 20176CD0 03E00008 20176888 03E00008 20176940 03E00008
Disable Terrain Collisions (Read the note!) (note) D1D3FDAA 0000FAFE
20177330 27BDFF60
D1D3FDAA 0000F5FE
20177330 03E00008
D1D43302 0000FAFE
201773F8 27BDFF60
D1D43302 0000F5FE
201773F8 03E00008
D1D56642 0000FAFE
20177070 27BDFF60
D1D56642 0000F5FE
20177070 03E00008
D1D4F5C2 0000FAFE
20177060 27BDFF60
D1D4F5C2 0000F5FE
20177060 03E00008

Miscellaneous Renderer Codes

Code PAL PAL Platinum NTSC NTSC Greatest Hits
Show Splines (Hold Select) (info) D1D3FDAA 0000FFFF
2062EEAC 00000000
D1D3FDAA 0000FFFE
2062EEAC 00000001
D1D43302 0000FFFF
206316B4 00000000
D1D43302 0000FFFE
206316B4 00000001
D1D56642 0000FFFF
20645BAC 00000000
D1D56642 0000FFFE
20645BAC 00000001
D1D4F5C2 0000FFFF
2063DAB4 00000000
D1D4F5C2 0000FFFE
2063DAB4 00000001
Render Debug Lines (info) 2012FDF0 0803CC00
200F3000 27BDFFC0
200F3004 7FBF0030
200F3008 E7AC0000
200F300C E7AD0004
200F3010 E7AE0008
200F3014 E7AF0024
200F3018 E7B00028
200F301C E7B1002C
200F3020 03A0202D
200F3024 0000282D
200F3028 0C04A04E
200F302C 0000302D
200F3030 7BBF0030
200F3034 03E00008
200F3038 27BD0040
201301A0 0803CC00
200F3000 27BDFFC0
200F3004 7FBF0030
200F3008 E7AC0000
200F300C E7AD0004
200F3010 E7AE0008
200F3014 E7AF0024
200F3018 E7B00028
200F301C E7B1002C
200F3020 03A0202D
200F3024 0000282D
200F3028 0C04A13A
200F302C 0000302D
200F3030 7BBF0030
200F3034 03E00008
200F3038 27BD0040
2012FC38 0803CC00
200F3000 27BDFFC0
200F3004 7FBF0030
200F3008 E7AC0000
200F300C E7AD0004
200F3010 E7AE0008
200F3014 E7AF0024
200F3018 E7B00028
200F301C E7B1002C
200F3020 03A0202D
200F3024 0000282D
200F3028 0C049FE0
200F302C 0000302D
200F3030 7BBF0030
200F3034 03E00008
200F3038 27BD0040
201301A0 0803CC00
200F3000 27BDFFC0
200F3004 7FBF0030
200F3008 E7AC0000
200F300C E7AD0004
200F3010 E7AE0008
200F3014 E7AF0024
200F3018 E7B00028
200F301C E7B1002C
200F3020 03A0202D
200F3024 0000282D
200F3028 0C04A15C
200F302C 0000302D
200F3030 7BBF0030
200F3034 03E00008
200F3038 27BD0040
Disable Visitables (wut) 2024D278 1000025A 2024CDD8 1000025A 2024BF58 1000025A 202460C0 1000025E

Notes:

Editor Codes Usage

The editor codes are powerful codes that let you "edit" many parts of the game's levels. The game has an AI Editor, Anim Editor, Crate Editor, Grass Editor, Light Editor, Object Editor, Wumpa Editor, and Particle Positioner. That's what I meant by "many parts"!

To actually use the editors, though, you need to activate at least three of the editor codes: Loader, Enable All Editors, and Open Editor (Hold Select + R1, L1, R2, L2). It's recommended that you also activate the Font Scale Corrector code so that you can read the editor's fonts more easily (by default, they're ultra-tiny).

When these codes are active, you can enter the main editor menu at any point in the game by holding down Select, R1, L1, R2 and L2. The editors won't work in certain cutscenes, though... they'll only work in the warp room cutscenes and the "game over" cutscene. (They may also work in the talking-head cutscenes that start when you enter a level, but I haven't tried it myself.)

For an incomplete guide on the editors' controls, settings and other useless stuff, you can find the guide here.

E3 Hub Note

As this code's name suggests, when you go to the Warp Room, you'll be taken to the E3 Hub instead. Once you get there, though, you may find yourself stuck underneath the ground. To get out of the ground, keep tapping X to slowly "jump" your way up.

Alternatively, if you have the Cheat Menu code activated, you can turn on the "Lift Player" option, and hold Triangle to rise.

Note that "jumping" your way up won't work if you have the Enable Out-of-Terrain Movement code enabled, though. In this case, using the Lift Player option in the Cheat Menu is the best way out.

"Fire Island" Note

This code is similar to the one above, but this time, you start above ground!..

...but it isn't solid. The rules for the last code apply here: If you don't have the Enable Out-of-Terrain Movement code enabled, you can jump up, up, and up through the ground (this I cannot confirm, however, because I always leave the Enable Out-of-Terrain Movement code on anyway). Otherwise, you'll want to use the Cheat Menu's "Lift Player" option.

With either option, you'll still want to get off of the volcano and onto the main track, anyway. Off you go!

Enable Out-of-Terrain Movement Note

This code lets you walk outside the level's terrain. Usually, you're forced to stay above solid ground (meaning that you have to stay on the level's terrain). This code lets you break the barrier.

(That means you can walk off of the terrain now, by the way.)

Note that you'll still need to use another code to get through the wall splines, though. The wall splines will stop you from going near the edge of the terrain.

Disable Terrain Collisions and Disable Wall-Spline Collisions Note

The Disable Wall-Spline Collisions code lets you walk through the game's invisible walls, and the Disable Terrain Collisions code lets you walk through the level scenery (including the ground).

However, the Disable Terrain Collisions code is slightly different from the other. To activate it, hold Select + R1 + R2. To deactivate it, hold Select + L1 + L2.

The Disable Wall-Spline Collisions code is always active.

Spline Info

Splines are 3D lines, saved into the level files. They're used for pretty much anything in the level that involves 3D lines - the camera path, wall splines (invisible walls), vehicle triggers, possibly more. This code, Show Splines, lets you see them.

The Render Debug Lines code must be activated in order for you to see the splines.

Another thing worth noting is the fact that these lines are affected by the Draw Distance option in the Draw Settings menu. This could be helpful, because you can usually see these lines even when they're hidden behind something, which can make things look like quite a mess.

Debug Lines Info

Debug lines are (or "were") 3D lines drawn by the game for debugging purposes. The game function for drawing these lines was removed, though, so this code (Render Debug Lines) has been made to restore it. (Well, sort of.)

Note that this code is actually still useful, as some of the editors still try to use the missing Debug Lines function. The AI Editor uses it to display the different movement points of the AI placed, the Light Editor uses it to actually let you see where the lights are, and so on. Without the Render Debug Lines code on, these will all be invisible.

So, come on, kids! Render your debug lines today!

Disable "Visitables" - what??

Visitables are used by the game as a means of balancing the frame rate. They decide exactly which polygons (parts of the level) should be drawn depending on the location of the player. This can get a bit annoying when using the editors, since it only lets you see areas close to Crash or Coco's current position.

This code (Disable Visitables) disables Visitables so that you can see the whole level at once, wherever the player is standing. The frame rate may drop when you do this, though. But it's nowhere near as bad as Enter the Dragonfly.

One thing worth pointing out, though, is the fact that the "Draw Distance" option in the Draw Settings Menu will still have an effect, so you might not be able to see the "whole" level until you increase the draw distance. Alternatively, you could decrease the draw distance to help balance out the frame rate.