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Super Nintendo
Wolfenstein 3-D
Super Nintendo
Rocky Rodent
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rocky

Being based on a PC game does have its advantages! Imagineer's port of Wolfenstein on SNES is no exception, bringing with it a slew of cheats hidden behind a top-secret method. Here's the scoop: Plug in Controller 2 and start up the game. Hold the R button on Controller 2 right away, and keep it held until you hit the title screen. Now start-up your run in Normal Mode and press Start. Now try B, Up, B, A for invincibility, R, Up, B, A for free ammo, or Up, B, R, B to clear the stage! Not too shabby.

  

Rocky Rodent is one in the array of Sonic-styled mascot platform games. We at PPM found the game a bit too dull to grant it a complete review, but for cart-owners needing a bit of a boost, here's a neat tip we discovered. As soon as you reach the title card and see Rocky himself dashing acrossthe screen, grab your controller and enter in Y, A, Right, A, B, A. Now, on the Options screen, you can change the number of Continues to "?", or unlimited! Play on as long as you please.

Super Nintendo
TMNT Tournament Fighters
Game Boy
Wario Land
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wario

Fighting games are always chock full of mysteries and passwords aplenty. The celebrated Ninja Turtles fighter on SNES is no exception! On Controller Two, enter the High Speed code on the title screen. Easy to remember since it's the extra lives code in Contra!: Up, Up, Down, Down, Left, Right, Left, Right, B, A. Next, input X, Up, Y, Left, B, Down, A, Right, X, Up. Now press forward to the VS. Battle, and you'll notice Karai and Rat King have been unlocked! Go get your fight on!

  

The dastardly treasure hunter (and castle thief!) himself stars in the new Wario Land title on Game Boy. It may not be the toughest of games, but encounter a single Game Over and you'll lose one of your secret treasure items. To retrieve the item once again, you have the option to return to the level where you originally found it, and unearth the secret just as you did the first time. Better keep track of those treasures or you'll be replaying the same stages over and over for the rest of time!

Super Nintendo & Genesis
NBA Jam
SEGA Genesis
Aladdin
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aladdin

'Lo and behold, NBA Jam at home is near arcade-perfect. It's also chock full of secrets and fun oddities. For a ride around the presidential circuit, enter this code on the initials screen: "ARK". As you highlight the "K", press the Start+L+X Buttons on SNES or Start+B on Genesis. Now, you can play as President Bill Clinton! Take things even further by using "NET" to play as Vice President Al Gore, taking the same procedure as Willy. These leaders can adopt any players' stats, too.

  

Navigating the streets of Agrabah and tackling the scary sand dunes can be a chore. Here's a tip to skip past any section of the game you may be stuck on! While playing a level in-game, pause by selecting Start. Now, press A, B, B, A, A, B, B, A. A chime will play to indicate the passcode was entered in correctly. Then, voila, the screen will immediately fade to the "Level Complete" slide and you will continue onto the next level! You can do it over and over and over...

Super Nintendo
Pocky & Rocky
3DO
Mad Dog McCree
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maddog

Natsume pulled no punches in localizing this run-and-gun to the states, meaning players will be up for quite the challenge. It may not have a password system, but with this simply trick, you can skip stages! On the selection screen, hold the X and Y buttons down. While holding, hit A four times, B four times, then A, B, A, B, A, B, A, B. Now begin your game by pressing Start, and you'll have free reign to select any level you wish. Resume wherever you left off or skip far ahead - even to the final boss stage!

  

To overcome the roughest, toughest shooters in the wilderness, players may need a helping hand. Though there's no known tip to recruit Wyatt Earp to your side, there is a fun trick to avoid starting the entire game over when you're killed. When in a gunfight, press Start after you've been shot. You must do this one mega quick! If the mortician appears, you're too slow! By hitting Start, you can click Continue to rewind the game a tad before your fateful injury. Keep up that gunslingin', partner!

Super Nintendo
Super Mario All-Stars
SEGA CD
Silpheed
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silpheed

Here's a classic hint for Super Mario Bros. 3 as part of the All-Stars collection on Super NES. Once you reach World 1-3, look for the white, rectangular block near the end of the stage. Stand on it and press Down to duck. After a few seconds Mario will drop right through the block and into the background. Run straight to the exit and you'll be given a bonus warp whistle for your trouble! Now press Start to Save and Quit, and once you re-enter, try this method over again for extra whistles!

  

Silpheed is a tricky shooter to get used to, especially if you're new to the genre. If you wish to avoid a Game Over, keep playing until you're down to your final Continue (01 on the title screen). Now just hold tight until the game demo starts up, and as soon as it does press Right, Up, A, B, C, Left, Left, Down, C, A, and Start. Back on the opening screen, you'll now notice that your Continue count has jumped to 10! Best of all, you can repeat this cheeky trick as often as you'd like!

Super Nintendo
Final Fight 2
SEGA Genesis
Fatal Fury
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fatalfury

Ever get in a fight with your best pal cause you both want to play as Haggar? With this little trick, those arguments are a thing of the past. When you flip the game on and get to the title card, press Down, Down, Up, Up, Right, Left, Right, Left, and then L and R simultaneously. Now head into the 2-Player option and - presto! Player 2 may pick whichever character they wish, followed up by Player 1. Meet Haggar times Two (or Maki/Carlos, whomever suits your preferred play style), now with fresh duds!

  

The Genesis conversion of Fatal Fury was a commendable effort as developers tweaked the acclaimed Neo Geo title for Sega, but this fighter stayed tough as nails in one-player mode. For a boost, try holding A and B while pressing C when you've reached the continue screen. By using this handy code, you'll be able to increase your total credits back up to 9 at any time! Also try holding A while pressing Left on the Time Limit selection at the Options screen for unlimited time!

Super Nintendo
Cybernator
SEGA Genesis
X-Men
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xmen

Konami's cyber-mech hit is loads of fun, but it can get very difficult, very fast! To make things a bit easier, press and hold Down, Up, L & R on the title screen. Then press Start. Now keep those buttons held down and press Start once more. Go ahead and enter a new game, and you'll find 6 bonus credits to continue playing and avoid that crushing Game Over screen! No signs of an invincibility cheat, but we'll try to uncover some more secrets!

  

It's always a treat when platform games let you enter in a code to resume where you left off. Unfortunately X-Men is lacking in that area. Rest assured, there is a secret Stage Select screen! Press and hold Down, A, and C as the game boots up. At the title screen, press Start, switch your controller to port 2, and hit Start again. Now back to port 1, and press Start. In the control room press Down on the panel you wish to warp to and then jump!

Super Nintendo
Batman Returns
SEGA CD
Wonder Dog
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wonderdog

The Dark Knight may take one too many punches while protecting the streets of Gotham on Super NES. For a little pick-me-up to assist in stopping the perilous Penguin, try out these top secret codes. To start the game with a max total of 9 Lives, go to the Options screen and on the 2-Player gamepad press the following: Up, Up, Down, Down, Left, Right, Left, Right, B, A. Or for 9 Continues, hit: Up, X, Left, Y, Down, B, Right, A, Up, X.

  

The JVC port of Wonder Dog is a fun lil' adventure for younger gamers, but some may still find parts of the game too challenging - or, maybe you just wanna skip ahead! On the title screen, scroll down to "PASSWORD". Then, enter in any one of the following passcodes to transport you to the appropriate level. Level 2: "Mystic". Level 3: "Ankles". Level 4: "Ledzep". Level 5: "Reeves". Level 6: "Pixies". Level 7/Final: "Woopie".


Super Nintendo
Super Star Wars

SEGA Genesis
Ecco The Dolphin
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ecco

JVC's vision of the George Lucas space epic has a few secret tidbits you oughtta know about. There is a hidden Sound Test within the game that may be accessed by holding down A, B, X, and Y, then pressing Start. But enough with the boring stuff. These will help you win the game faster! For Extra Continues, on the title screen press X, B, B, A, Y. OR for an unlimited Light Saber cheat, press Y, Y, X, X, A, B, X, A, then Start! You'll hear a chime to confirm it's done right. Get blastin' those womp rats!

  

If you have found this gem a tad difficult and would like a smidge of cheat-y assistance, look no further. When you begin the game, guide Ecco to the left of the screen to bring up the Password Entry. Here you may enter the phrase "SHARKFIN" and our dolphin friend will have infinite air and sonar! If you'd also like Ecco to be invulnerable to all damage, simply hold A and Start when you begin the game, keep holding when Ecco appears, then press Start to unpause and - Voila!


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