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[[image:Game_Genie_(Unl)_(Feb_1992)_-c--!-_001.png|frame|none|GameGenie/Galoob logo.]]
 
[[image:Game_Genie_(Unl)_(Feb_1992)_-c--!-_001.png|frame|none|GameGenie/Galoob logo.]]
 
[[image:Game_Genie_(Unl)_(Feb_1992)_-c--!-_002.png|frame|none|Code entry screen.]]
 
[[image:Game_Genie_(Unl)_(Feb_1992)_-c--!-_002.png|frame|none|Code entry screen.]]
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== Flyers ==
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[[File:GameGenie MD Flyer.jpg|240px|US print advert]]
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[[File:GameGenie MD FR PrintAdvert.jpg|240px|FR print advert]]
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[[File:GameGenie MD FR PrintAdvert 2.jpg|240px|FR print advert]]
  
 
== Hardware ==
 
== Hardware ==

Revision as of 13:48, 26 November 2014

The Genesis Game Genie. Quite Nice. It's officially licenced too.

The Game Genie is a runtime ROM modification device. This is one of the many Game Genie products available. This particular version of the Game Genie required a Master Code to be entered in almost all games. It is also the first Game Genie to be officially licensed by the creators of the console. Five codes was the maximum amount allowable.

This Game Genie has a major drawback. It is incompatible with games which have a savegame feature. Using it with such games would erase the saves and force the player to start over.

Known Versions

Game Genie (19 Feb 1992): ?"good" name: Game Genie (W) (REV00) [b2]? (unconfirmed)
Game Genie (Jul 1992): "good" name: Game Genie (W) (REV01) [c][!]

Screenshots

Codemasters copyright.
GameGenie/Galoob logo.
Code entry screen.

Flyers

US print advert FR print advert FR print advert

Hardware


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