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Heart no Kuni no Alice: Wonderful Wonder World (PlayStation 2)

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Title Screen

Heart no Kuni no Alice: Wonderful Wonder World

Developer: Cybelle
Publisher: Prototype
Platform: PlayStation 2
Released in JP: September 18, 2008


DebugIcon.png This game has debugging material.
SoundtestIcon.png This game has a hidden sound test.
LevelSelectIcon.png This game has a hidden level select.


One of the many dating simulation games for the PlayStation 2, this time based on the Kuni no Alice series.

Debug Mode

Heart no Kuni no Alice - Debugmenu1.png Heart no Kuni no Alice - Debugmenu2.png Heart no Kuni no Alice - Debugmenu3.png

The same debug system present in other Visual Art's and Prototype games can be found in this game as well. This mode enables a screen capture debug mode, an event select menu, debug information, and sound test options.

Once you have enabled Debug Mode and saved while it is active, you will no longer need to activate the code.

Master Code (only needed for cheat devices)
901CDC38 0C0736B6

Enable Debug Mode
20375F28 00000001

Controller #1 debug inputs:

  • Triangle + Circle + X + Square + Start will return you to the title screen.
  • Select + Triangle will enable or disable progressive mode.

Controller #2 debug inputs:

  • Circle to toggle debug modes. Press this once or twice to enable sound test options in the Sound Settings menu in the Options menu. This will also open a scene select menu in the pause menu in-game.
  • Select for screen capture menu. This will save an image in raw bmp (bitmap) format to your memory card.
  • Triangle to log printf information.
  • Square to toggle Debug flag on or off. This will temporarily unlock everything when on.
  • X to log printf information.
  • R1 to log printf information.
(Source: Punk7890)

Progressive Display Mode (640x480p)

Holding Triangle + X when the game is first starting up will allow you to turn on progressive mode.