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posted on Oct, 13 2012 @ 08:43 AM
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Action replay codes.

Anyone play NDS games on their hand held device?
Looking for any action replay codes?

I would be more than happy to help you code some for your own action replay device cards.

There are a couple +*+ codes I have written personally that works for some RPG games, and many I do not take ownership for, but would be happy to share the Links, or just copy and paste them here.

Just let me know the game you are looking. And I would be happy to help.
+*+
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posted on Oct, 14 2012 @ 12:58 AM
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Looking to play Chrono trigger on NDS, and keep getting a game freeze when you enter a time portal? Yeah this can be very upsetting. As this game is a classic! And a great RPG, one of my all time favs.

So here you go.. Enter this code into your action replay.

0204E334 E3A00000
0204E338 E12FFF1E
0204E694 E3A00000
0204E698 E12FFF1E

Now you can enjoy the game without the crash freeze. A not so simple bypass code, that works well.. Wink wink. hush hush.. mumble mumble.. get me .



posted on Oct, 15 2012 @ 03:34 PM
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Here is a compiled list of Chrono Trigger ARC.

Chrono Trigger
gameid YQUE 0b43dc74

Max Money
020731fc 000f423f

All Skills/Magic(Press Select)
94000130 fffb0000
d5000000 000000ff
c0000000 0000001f
d8000000 02073127
d2000000 00000000

Unlock EXTRA Modes (Select)
94000130 fffb0000
d5000000 000000ff
c0000000 00000072
d8000000 0207450e
d2000000 00000000

Complete Monster Album
d5000000 000000ff
c0000000 00000025
d8000000 0207455b
d2000000 00000000

Enable New Game +
22073219 00000001

999 TP after battle
12119968 000003e7

All Character Codes

Max HP
c0000000 00000006
1207291c 000003e7
dc000000 00000060
d2000000 00000000

Max Current HP
c0000000 00000006
1207291e 000003e7
dc000000 00000060
d2000000 00000000

Max MP
c0000000 00000006
22072920 00000063
dc000000 00000060
d2000000 00000000

Max Current MP
c0000000 00000006
22072922 00000063
dc000000 00000060
d2000000 00000000

Max Level
c0000000 00000006
2207292d 00000063
dc000000 00000060
d2000000 00000000

Max Experience
c0000000 00000006
02072930 0098967f
1207294e 00000000
dc000000 00000060
d2000000 00000000

Max Skill Points
c0000000 00000006
12072950 00000000
dc000000 00000060
d2000000 00000000

Max Strength
c0000000 00000006
22072958 00000063
dc000000 00000060
d2000000 00000000

Max Stamina
c0000000 00000006
22072959 00000063
dc000000 00000060
d2000000 00000000

Max Speed
c0000000 00000006
2207295a 00000063
dc000000 00000060
d2000000 00000000

Max Magic
c0000000 00000006
2207295b 00000063
dc000000 00000060
d2000000 00000000

Max Hit/Accuracy
c0000000 00000006
2207295c 00000063
dc000000 00000060
d2000000 00000000

Max Evasion
c0000000 00000006
2207295d 00000063
dc000000 00000060
d2000000 00000000

Max Magic Defense
c0000000 00000006
2207295e 00000063
dc000000 00000060
d2000000 00000000

Max Attack
c0000000 00000006
2207295f 000000ff
dc000000 00000060
d2000000 00000000

Max Defense
c0000000 00000006
22072960 000000ff
dc000000 00000060
d2000000 00000000

Battle Codes

Enemy HP 1 (L + Down)
94000130 fd7f0000
c0000000 00000007
22119c03 00000001
22119c04 00000000
dc000000 00000080
d2000000 00000000
d0000000 00000000

Full MP (L + Up)
94000130 fdbf0000
22119a87 00000063
22119a89 00000063
22119b07 00000063
22119b09 00000063
22119b87 00000063
22119b89 00000063
d0000000 00000000

Full HP (L + Up)
94000130 fdbf0000
22119a83 000000e7
02119a84 0003e703
22119b03 000000e7
02119b04 0003e703
22119b83 000000e7
02119b84 0003e703
d0000000 00000000

Battle Arena Codes

One Hit Kill
52135fbc c1c303ba
02135fc0 d3a00000
d0000000 00000000

Max Monster Wins
120fd776 000003e7

Monster HP 9999
120fd780 0000270f
120fd784 0000270f

Monster Stats 99
220fd788 00000063
e20fd78c 00000038
00000063 00000063
00000063 00000063
00000063 00000063
00000063 00000063
00000063 00000063
00000063 00000063
00000063 00000063

Exp Multiplier Codes


x2
52111260 e0832002
02111260 e0832082
d0000000 00000000

x4
52111260 e0832002
02111260 e0832102
d0000000 00000000

x8
52111260 e0832002
02111260 e0832182
d0000000 00000000

x16
52111260 e0832002
02111260 e0832202
d0000000 00000000

x32
52111260 e0832002
02111260 e0832282
d0000000 00000000

x64
52111260 e0832002
02111260 e0832302
d0000000 00000000

x128
52111260 e0832002
02111260 e0832382
d0000000 00000000

x256
52111260 e0832002
02111260 e0832402
d0000000 00000000

---- Please Give all credits to evanders. Who tested these codes. They are all working codes for the North American Version of this NDS game.



posted on Oct, 15 2012 @ 03:38 PM
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ARC codes are a great way to save time when playing these videos games.

Yes you can spend hours upon grinding EXP. But these codes will give you not only a great time saver, but a way to EXP the game upon replay.

I tend to play these games without using codes the first time around. Then I cheat the hell out of them the next time around.
In many cases I will outright cheat the game just to save myself some time. Such as the X2 Exp codes.

For every battle I fight, it = 2 fights in essence saving me 3 mins or so each battle. it adds up.
Sometimes, the grind can be the funnest and most rewarding part of any RPG game.

Its up to the user really.. You paid for the game, and its your right to play it how ever you want too!
Don't let those who think cheaters ruin the game exp. Its your game.. Do what you want with it, and enjoy it how you enjoy it!



posted on Oct, 15 2012 @ 03:42 PM
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NDS Dragon Ball Z: Attack of the Saiyans was one great game!
If you watched the cartoon, you will absolutely love this game! One of the best DBZ RPG out there on the DS..

Experience Multiplier Codes
x2
5205899C E19110B7
020589A0 E0833080
D0000000 00000000

x4
5205899C E19110B7
020589A0 E0833100
D0000000 00000000

x8
5205899C E19110B7
020589A0 E0833180
D0000000 00000000

x16
5205899C E19110B7
020589A0 E0833200
D0000000 00000000

x32
5205899C E19110B7
020589A0 E0833280
D0000000 00000000

x64
5205899C E19110B7
020589A0 E0833300
D0000000 00000000

AP and Zenny codes
99999 AP after battle (Select)
94000130 FFFB0000
C0000000 00000005
020CCCA8 0001869F
DC000000 00000004
D2000000 00000000

9999999 Zenny (Select)
94000130 FFFB0000
020CC770 0098967F
D2000000 00000000

My Fav code here
![SELECT]Item Codes

::All Consumables x 99
94000130 FFFB0000
120CC7FC 00006363
C0000000 00000018
020CC798 63636363
DC000000 00000004
D2000000 00000000

This gives you consumables that allow you to modify your stats without coding.



posted on Nov, 28 2012 @ 06:57 PM
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This thread also has an alternate reason behind it.

If anyone can figure out the code to what is encoded within this thread.. You will win my respect.

Does anyone know what is encoded within +*+ ?

What information is encoded within the symbol +*+ ? You would be shocked to realize how much information can be encoded in 3 simple symbols. Yet if you do not have the link, or the knowledge, than the 3 symbols will make absolutely no sense to you.

A lesson about how symbols and hidden messages are given out on a daily basis to those who invest money, and trick and use loop holes on inside trading, and breaking those laws set up to protect.. Yet it perfectly legal to give insider trading information, as long as you are coding your work within symbols.

The Key has been given, if you can find the key, you can unlock the hidden message within. Good luck

Symbols can contain so much information, yet if you do not have the key, you can not unlock the occult information contained within symbols..
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posted on Dec, 9 2012 @ 02:22 AM
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way off topic, but at a huge gamer and rpg fan all my life. to see a beautiful woman such as yourself throwing out code like this has mae you the perfect woman in my book! i would love to discuss some rpgs with you! ok so i have to ask do you like ff7? lol



posted on Dec, 10 2012 @ 03:25 PM
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Originally posted by VeritatisIgnotae
way off topic, but at a huge gamer and rpg fan all my life. to see a beautiful woman such as yourself throwing out code like this has mae you the perfect woman in my book! i would love to discuss some rpgs with you! ok so i have to ask do you like ff7? lol


Thanks Veritatis for your interest in my thread here! I am a huge RPG fan, and have played old school D&D since I was about 10 years old. My uncle and aunt where huge D&D players, and they started me off on that as they knew I loved to read, and at a young age, I read more books than most adults.
Plus video games where just starting to become very popular, but it was all on 8 bit type systems. Like some of my old favs where Dragon warrior/FF1/ ect.

So yeah, I have played all the the Final Fantasy series games. I have gone back and got some Emulators and ROMs of all the RPG games I currently own. I just have them in storage. I still have my Nintendo system, about 65 games. my SNES with about 25 games. Sega Gen. 15 games.. My favoirt of Sega was phantasy Star

Which these action replay codes are great to be able to go back and play all these games, but save that grinding time, and play them using all these codes! Makes for a whole new exp.

My favoirt Final fantasy games, are X and X2. I also really enjoy Kingdom Hearts. Kingdom hearts at first I thought would be some cheesy disney type game, but turned out to be a very enjoyable game. So I really like that whole series!


I thank you for your kind words... And if you are interested in seeing what I am currently working on now RPG wise.. And if you would like to join.. I have 4 player slots still left open. Currently, all the story teller (DM) slots are already filled..
So if you are intersted in playing.. Check out this thread here, and make a reply with your thoughts, and or other ideas.

Also if you are interested in any codes.. Let me know..
I have always enjoyed the making and coding of games, over playing them.
Sure I love to play the games.. But I get more enjoyment out of being able to create something that is playable, and the people who play also enjoy them!

Plus I am not the only girl in my group of people who like to play.. I have many couples that enjoy playing the game too. A couple single people, and guys that have a lot of fun getting together.

Id say its more about the comming together of friends, to drink a few wine coolers, beers. rolling 4D20 around the table.. Always a good time! And has kept the lot of us out of trouble.. LOL..



posted on Dec, 11 2012 @ 02:50 AM
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Its just crazy that your aunt and uncle tought you d&d, it was the same with myself! i still play too! also i have just about every emulator besifes ps2 on my orignal xbox, ive been modding xboxs for as long as i can remember. ill check out your link now.



posted on Dec, 24 2012 @ 08:27 PM
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%2B*%2B or not 2b that is the question...



posted on Dec, 24 2012 @ 08:46 PM
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%2B*%2BArc%2C



posted on Jun, 28 2014 @ 11:46 AM
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a reply to: VeritatisIgnotae

Any requests for codes?

I have been offline for some time here.

Updating some of my threads. As this thread is context based.
This thread is part of a systems Data Dump. The Rest of the information that is sought can now be found by searching the new keyword. Mr. Illuminati

The ones at the top are in essence using PAR codes, and other cheat type of options allowing them so much control over the masses.
We are so good at pointing the finger, and trying to find out how they got the best of us. How did they come to hold all the cards?
Its a simple house of Cards, look into the mirror and face the true illuminates.
A quick look into the mirror makes it come full circle.
Once we figure it out, back it goes into that cycle we are all part of.

The system that was built is here.
The questions that we ask are all in here.
Everything needed to know is right here. Once you have it, and understand it, you pass it along to the next. The process has already begun.



posted on Jun, 29 2014 @ 10:44 PM
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I loved chrono trigger when it first came out. Not sure what NDS is, I can download the game for my psvita which is the only handheld gaming device I play now a day, and I dont even play it that much. But dam is that not overkill? Any of those codes would pretty much ruin the whole game experience, may as well have a "game over you win and get everything" code.

I used to always mess with those codes back in the day on the old consoles first on the gameshark then on the computer a bit, but generally after I already beat the game, and I stopped doing that years ago. I had emulators for all the old systems on my computer but that's gone as it was mostly a nostalgic phase to relive my childhood by replaying old videogames from the NES and sega genesis era, now a days I stopped playing videogames almost completely and I think in the futures I will stop completely, last game I tried doing glitches and codes or patches which I stumbled into was the last remnant on the PC, and mostly because I was bored out of my mind one day.

However it was fun to go all godmode on something that previously took you much effort to beat, and I wish I had some codes back in the day for game like Battletoads or Earthworm Jim. In fact I think I did some cheat codes the developers and coders built into the game it made Earthworm Jim much more easier to put up with, you know up down left right x a B left right stuff. I remember that one part were your have to head-chopper down the spikes in earthworm jim or that one part in the mini submarine with the crazy sensitive inverse controls were you got to traverse the sea depths in a maze like level without touching the spikes on the side or you go boom.

I beat it all without the codes, a few times I think, but when I tried to do it again some time later when replaying the game, man it was a pain in the ass and could not concentrate at all, so bam Cheat codes to the rescue. I got to try and replay that game one of these days just to see if I end up throwing my control at the screen in those levels like I did many moons ago when a kid. You know one would think that as you grow older cooler heads would prevail, but I doubt that as that game in some parts were just a pain in the ass no matter what age you are.

Anyways interesting thread. I dont know whats up with the whole secret decoding thing, maybe I would give it a crack but I dont know what your talking about, it all looks like a bunch of plu+s and squiggly lines to me, you know chicken scratch. That and I just dont care what the secret code mystery thing is. Cool thread anyways bro.



posted on Jun, 29 2014 @ 11:14 PM
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Ok I just got to post this, random youtube vid for all the Earthworm Jim fans out there, yup all 2 of you.

I completely forgot about this level in Earthworm Jim were your supposed to save the puppies in the "puppy love" level. I forgot how crazy that games were, it had some of the most bizarre bosses and levels ever. I think you end up fighting a snowman boss in one level, then you were racing a evil spacesuited crow through space on a jet engine in another, and those were the less bizarre things in the games which you end up doing.

I hated this level, always made me feel bad when I missed one of the puppies and they went splat.



posted on Jun, 30 2014 @ 11:12 PM
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a reply to: galadofwarthethird

NDS is Nintendo DS. A hand held device. The codes I put up for CronoTrigger are for NDS version.
Yeah Crono trigger was an awesome game!
The use of cartoon graphics with 16 bit really gave it something for its time that no other game had.
Not to mention the really cool story line it had.

Thanks for you post in here. Earthworm Jim.. heh another great title for those days!


Yeah the whole thing with hidden meaning, will be total non sense without the proper context. As without context its all just lines without meaning.
As there is a hidden code or language put on our TV shows. movies, and music. Without the proper context all the hidden notes and meanings are lost and only those with the proper context and tools can make any sense of what is going on.
So this thread is two fold. Its all about Action replay codes.
The other meaning, will only be known by those who have seen posts I have made else where online, that will lead them to this page.. where they can find the next hint that will lead them to what they seek.
In other words, without the proper context of my other writings, it will seem like a waste of time or total non sense.
Like for example.
When someone says one word like Xmas. Just the use of the word Xmas, can summon up connections made in our minds. Thus one word can recall many other words and meanings.
With the proper context, a person can utter one word, and convey TONS of information embedded within that one word or symbol.



posted on Jul, 1 2014 @ 11:47 AM
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Well jeepers and zoink there mister zysin aint you a regular gadzooks. But whats with all this code thing? I am a bit familiar with words and convening double or triple or quadruple or double quadruple meanings through them. Words and other such squiggly lines made in various mediums are funny like that.

But I am not here for that, to tell the truth I doubt they have anything important to convey, in fact if you cant say it right out its just a very complicated form of wasting time and energy, its fun to do for a minute or two, but its dies out at the three minute mark.

What I am here for however is videogames and Earthworm Jim. Here check it out, I found a vid were you fight the snowman level, now that I think about it that game was bizarre looking back. I mean when your a kid, your like "oh so now im flying through a wormhole on a jet engine chasing a space crow and end up in a hellish fire planet controlled by a catdevil, and oh look theres a snowman here with an attitude" When your a kid that seems absolutely normal. But now! Looking back on it! I got to ask how in the hell is a snowman who is made of snow not melting in such a hot atmosphere, and why is he so pissed at you that he attacks you for no good reason? It makes no sense.

The name of the level is "what the heck" To which now I can only say...Indeed, what the heck.





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