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    How does the Game Genie work?

    So I bought a Super Nintendo and a Game Genie from a rummage sale for $2 dollars today...I want to know...How do you work the Game Genie? I only have Starfox for my snes so far. When I use the Genie, a screen pops up. It seems like I'm supposed to type something to get cheat codes to work??? Idk, I'll let you guys handle it, I don't want to sound like an idiot anymore.

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    The game genie changes the active memory of the game. The "codes" are actually instructions on which part of memory to modify.

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    It doesnt work!

    Im kidding. You will need to look up the codes or get the book. I only have the one for NES games.


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    Quote Originally Posted by ciper

    Thanks man, I really appreciate it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sherwood3570
    Thanks man, I really appreciate it.
    NP. You can also make your own codes. There was a good walkthrough on how to do it, Ill try to find you a link.

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    LOLZ!!! I remember the game genie. Holy crap just those two words alone bring back so many memories. I remember when I got the genesis as it first came out and my dad got me game genie for it after awhile. It was big and black and had this big golden metalic label on it with a switch and green light. And when you connected it to your game, it was towering over the system like the friggin sears tower or something.

    Thank goodness for microtechnology. Those things were monstrous. ESPECIALLY the one for the original gameboy, omg i have that one too and once connected the whole piece is seriously like a foot tall! lol

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    yeah, i had the gameboy one, could destroy your wrists cos it was top heavy!!

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