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[[Image:Game Gear Game Genie.jpg|right|thumb|The Game Genie.]]
 
[[Image:Game Gear Game Genie.jpg|right|thumb|The Game Genie.]]
The '''Game Genie''' is a runtime ROM modification [[Game Enhancer]] device. This is one of the many [[Game Genie]] products available. This Game Genie featured a interesting design; when the Game Genie is inserted into the Game Gear, than a dust cover would need to be flipped open in order to insert a game. The code book could be stored in a small compartment, or the pages could actually be peeled off and stuck onto the back of the game, as they were stickers.
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The '''Game Genie''' is a runtime ROM modification [[Game Enhancer]] device for the Sega Genesis. This is one of the many [[Game Genie]] products available. It was released by [[Galoob]].
  
Like the [[Game Enhancers:GameGenie (Genesis)|Genesis Game Genie]] it was given Sega's seal of approval.
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This Game Genie featured a interesting design; when the Game Genie is inserted into the Game Gear another cartridge port would pop up, in which a dust cover would need to be flipped open in order to insert a game. The code book could be stored in a small compartment, or the pages could actually be peeled off and stuck onto the back of the game, as they were stickers.
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Like the [[Game Genie (Genesis)|Genesis Game Genie]] it was given Sega's seal of approval.
  
 
==Game Gear Secret Message Input==
 
==Game Gear Secret Message Input==

Latest revision as of 15:46, 17 October 2015

The Game Genie.

The Game Genie is a runtime ROM modification Game Enhancer device for the Sega Genesis. This is one of the many Game Genie products available. It was released by Galoob.

This Game Genie featured a interesting design; when the Game Genie is inserted into the Game Gear another cartridge port would pop up, in which a dust cover would need to be flipped open in order to insert a game. The code book could be stored in a small compartment, or the pages could actually be peeled off and stuck onto the back of the game, as they were stickers.

Like the Genesis Game Genie it was given Sega's seal of approval.

Game Gear Secret Message Input

To access these, press the specific buttons in order while the code screen is displayed, or enter a code.

enter DEAD as a code
The screen will move up and down.

Up, Down Left Right
Congratulations! You've found the easy secret! Now find the hard ones!

2, 1, Left, Right, 1
Help! I'm a prisoner in a Game Genie factory!

Up, Up, 1, 2, 1, Down, Down
Game Genie built by: Richard Aplin programmed by: R. Fred N. managed by: Ted Carron

Right, Up, Down, Up, Left, Up, Down, Up
Poems have, rhymes, sometimes.

2, 1, 2, Right, Left, Down, Up
There's rain outside, and that is why a, laundry day, needs a clothes dryer.

1, 1, 1, 1, 2, 2, 2, 1
Washing, washing on the line, who's the fairest of the fine? Bluey Whiteness!

Right, Left, Right, Left, Down, Down, Up, Up
Provocation is not a job for amateurs.

1, 2, 1, 2, 2, 1, 1, 1
'Breezy':- Fresh air from the Alps! Comes in an easy-to-use aerosol can!

Just wait 5 minutes or so
[Game Genie resets and displays an advertisement for itself, offering infinite lives and more power]

Known Versions

  • Only 1 version is known to exist.

Credits

  • Game Genie built by: Richard Aplin
  • Programmed by: R. Fred N.
  • Managed by: Ted Carron

Screenshots

Flyer

Hardware

External Links

Game Genie
Galoob
Game Boy - Game Gear - NES - Genesis - Super Nintendo - Sega CD (Cancelled)
Hyperkin
DS/DSi/3DS - PSP (Cancelled) - Wii (Cancelled) - PlayStation 3