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Game Genie Guy!

Patching

Description:

Game Genie Guy! by Kyle

This is a small Windows utility for applying Game Genie codes to roms. This saves you the trouble of having to enter them each time the game is played.

Usage:

1. Click the Browse button and select an unzipped Game Boy/Game Gear/Genesis/NES/SNES rom - The system dropdown should populate based on the file extension - The checksum box will also be enabled for non-NES games

2. Enter the desired codes, one per line. Multiple codes can be combined with +

3. Click Patch when all codes have been entered

4. Open the created ‘File GG.rom’ in an emulator to test

uCON64 is used for checksum correction. This is required if you are using flash carts. Most emulators are not bothered by it. I recommend the MinGW version because it has no dependencies.

Download ucon64-2.0.0-win32-mingw-bin.zip and extract ucon64.exe to same folder as GGGuy.exe: http://ucon64.sourceforge.net/

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User Review Information

Loving this app!

Reviewed By: TheHandsomeDan on 17 Jan 2018

Having recently acquired several reasons to WANT code patched rooms, this has been a godsend. I can go back and get my nostalgia fix for the classic games I played when I was younger, much faster now, and without so much of the frustration that can come with playing older generation games.

Stick with game genie codes to be the safest, some GameShark codes work (as long as they’re room patches, and not ram). If you’re looking for a slew of them, there’s always gamehacking.org, or you could grab a HUGE set of codes all at once via Retroarch. Either way, there is no shortage of great codes to enjoy your favorite games of yesteryear.

Version 1.0 Recommended - Yes

User Reviews
HeadlineAuthorDateVersionRecommended
Loving this app!TheHandsomeDan17 Jan 20181.0Yes
Freaking coolTeeporage77721 Dec 20171.0Yes