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Street Fighter II
Operation Cwal, Black sheep wall - Starcraft.
age of empires !
Alien Trilogy on Sega Saturn - fillmyboots and flyto (level#) I always used these to get unlimited ammo and to get past levels I had already finished (I couldn't save games )
how do you turn this on
age of empires 2
Game: Original Mortal Combat - Sega
At Title Screen: A,B,A,C,A,B,B
The most famous code has to be the Mortal Kombat blood code for the genesis. People should feel ashamed and embarrassed that they have not already mentioned it: abacabb. Ashamed. I don't even play video games and I remember this one from my youth.
some more classic sims cheats
Yes and klapaucius and motherlode
Ahh, the memories, playing Gradius till late late at night
Actually my cheating pretty much stopped with the NES 8-bit games, I don't use them in PC games at all...
That cheat in Metal Gear Solid 3 that lets you see The End
The only MGS cheat i'am aware of
"russformario" in the first Carmageddon, I think it gave you 20 seconds of pedestrian killing lightning
Come to think of it, that DOES sound a bit extreme !
This isn't really a cheat, as you don't get any weapons or ammo, etc
In Starcraft Broodwar, when playing as Zerg, enter "Radio Free Zerg"
And listen to the Zerg radio transmission!
i cant even remember when was the last time i used a cheat.i guess i never used one.
i always thought that it would defeat the basic purpose itself of using your skills and getting past a level.
moreover i haven't figured out till this date how to enter a cheat and get it up and working.
Secret Area in Donkey Kong Country: Down Down Y Down Down Y at the title screen.
It is not really a cheat code, but one of the worlds in Super Mario Brothers gave you virtually unlimited 1up's if you caught the turtle coming down the stairs at the right moment.
No one mentioned /god
There is no cow level
Oh where to begin, lol. I used to use cheat codes on whatever game I could. I never really cared about the games, just found it fun to run around with unlimited amo and all that other good stuff.
But then I got married and my wife would actually get upset that I was using cheat codes. Never was sure why it bothered her sop much, but like the saying goes..."if mama aint happy, nobody's happy." So I started actually playing fair...and hated it, lol.
Anyone remember this one?
I saw the post and I knew I had to say it before somebody else did! haha. Game over
corwin of amber
hurry up guys
Windows 95... The memories.
and war aint what it used to be
CTRL + ALT + ~ the most important key to unlocking it all!