Pizza Tower – How to Mod the Noise

Don’t wanna wait for the eventual release for the Noise? Well this guide will teach you how to play as him early.

Guide to Mod the Noise

Introduction to UndertaleModTool

UndertaleModTool is the program we will be using to put The Noise into the game, it allows you to to edit the in the game’s directory.

Once you’re on the page you want to download the GUI version of the tool, on the “Bleeding Edge” release.

Using UndertaleModTool

Now that you’ve installed UndertaleModTool, you’ll be greeted with this interface.

Click file, and open. Go to your Pizza Tower directory and select, make sure you make a backup of the file just in case.

Once UndertaleModTool is done loading, you’ll be seeing a whole lot of things. Just ignore those things and type in the filter by name box, “obj_mainmenu” Then you click “Game objects” on the side bar and double click “obj_mainmenu”.

Now that you’re in obj_mainmenu, you’ll see a lot of confusing stuff. None of that stuff is important, what you’ll want to do is scroll down to “Alarm” and double click “gml_Object_obj_mainmenu_Alarm_0” shown here.

Now that you’ve double clicked that, you’ll see the decompiled view of Alarm 0, where it says target room, change the number to 3.

Now that’s done, press Ctrl+S to save, and replace the current, wait for it to finish saving and start the game and select any file. And if it worked, you should see this.

Press Z, or whatever select button you have on The Noise and you will be able to play as him!

Other Information

Since The Noise isn’t complete, some animations are missing, but they just default to Peppino’s Animations. There are also other issues, such as his color pallete, a bug where if you exit a level you get softlocked until you go back to the main menu, and probably some other things I’ve missed.

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Egor Opleuha, also known as Juzzzie, is the Editor-in-Chief of Gameplay Tips. He is a writer with more than 12 years of experience in writing and editing online content. His favorite game was and still is the third part of the legendary Heroes of Might and Magic saga. He prefers to spend all his free time playing retro games and new indie games.

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