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grittykitty
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looking for game genie codebook scans

by grittykitty Sat Oct 10, 2009 8:59 pm

looking for scans of the north american nes game genie codebook. can anyone help me out? :)

i just realized the "instructions" were already on my external harddrive, but that's not what i was looking for
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Re: looking for game genie codebook scans

by Hobie-wan Sat Oct 10, 2009 10:23 pm

You mean the whole thing or things? I have a Genesis one that's missing some of the front and back pages, but that's a crapload of little tiny pages to scan and being a cheaply binded glue spine type book you'd destroy it trying to scan the pages flat.
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Re: looking for game genie codebook scans

by BigTinz Sun Oct 11, 2009 1:32 am

Do you need to codes?

Or are you trying to print a repro?
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Re: looking for game genie codebook scans

by grittykitty Wed Oct 14, 2009 12:52 pm

actually, i wanted to do some photoshop fun. i don't need the codes, i just need a scan of pretty much any page (preferably from the nes version). actually, i was also wondering if any of the ninja turtles games have codes for "infinite pizza". i was thinking the other day that i need a real world game genie, and a code for infinite pizza :wink:
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Re: looking for game genie codebook scans

by Hobie-wan Wed Oct 14, 2009 2:05 pm

Ah ok. I only have a Genesis book.
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