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Mario Bros Game Genie Codes

For those of you that don’t know the “Game Genie” was a series of 3rd party add-ons for the NES, SNES, Game Boy, Mega drive and Sega Game gear that modified the game data and allowed you to cheat! Because it essentially manipulated the game data it also allowed you to sometimes see unused content of the game! These little add-ons were super popular with over 5 million sold despite not currently having a product on the market (as of 2011). Most emulators (to play roms) also allow for game genie codes to be entered. Most Game Genie’s allowed you to only enter 3 separate codes, this could allow for 3 different cheats or some cheats (such as starting in the later levels of Super Mario Bros) required all 3 codes combined to unlock the cheat…if that makes sense.

Anyway, onwards with the Super Mario Bros Game Genie Codes:

Mario Super Nintendo Game Genie Codes

Super Mario World Game Genie Codes

For those of you wanting to download complete versions of the game genie books please click here: Game Genie Download. On that page you can download the complete versions of the game genie manuals, not just for Mario games!

This small video shows someone entering a game genie code and well…you can see the outcome it has on Super Mario Bros

The Nes game Genie:

NES Game Genie
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