AWESOME (Amiga) Action Replay cheats

Just as the title says, added some AR cheats for AWESOME… just use the menu button above to navigate to the Amiga page

aweboss

Boss before entering complex

 

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Contra\Gryzor (C64) Action Replay Cheats

Inf. Lives

13328,44
29295,44

Keep upgraded weapon after death

13294,234
13295,234
13296,234

Stop Countdown

24020,0

No projectile\kamikaze men collision

note – enter these at the ‘NUMBER OF PLAYERS’ screen before play starts.

4977,234
4978,234
4979,234
18435,234
18436,234
18437,234

No projectile collision (Target Levels)

note – enter these at the ‘NUMBER OF PLAYERS’ screen before play starts.

24494,173
24660,173
27238,173
30734,173

Beast Busters (Amiga) Action Replay cheat

note – doesn’t play nice with older Action Replay models mk 1.0 or 1.5

Infinite Credits

Action Replay II & III

TFD 19150

or on AR II it might be faster just to…

m 18a88 4A

 

Yvonne-pic FYI or whatevs

If you use WinUAE then you could alternatively use the integrated debugger. Start the game then use the key combo (SHIFT+F12), to enter the cheat here notice the prompt at the bottom of the debugger window, the form looks like this

W 18a88 4A

type that in exactly as you see it (note the capital W), press enter then type ‘g’ (no quotes) and press enter again, then close off the debugger and play. Simple, eh?

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Amiga Action Replay Update

Added Amiga Action Replay cheats for the following games – Bank Buster, Fright Night, Megaball (OCS), Sorefist, Sly Spy, Seemore Doolittle’s Underwater Caper’s, Space Assault

Further additions will be added here

HIGGY pic Assimilation: Caffeine 2, Baldy, Wanted, Warlock’s Quest, Karate Champ

Update 28-11: A New Adventure: FaYoh 2, Alien Storm, Son of Zeus, Sound the Space Cadet, X-It

Click here to view Amiga collection

Fright Night (1988)(Microdeal)

Fright Night

 

C64 Action Replay Update

Hiya,

Here are some new AR pokes in no particular order…there are some oldies in there, Mandroid is maybe not that great but it is interesting to look at, there are some good ideas for interaction such as gambling & interrogation. The gfx are quite good overall and there is a help file on the disk that gives you an idea of what to do in the game.

The Metal Warrior series is really worth looking into, very professionally done sporting some really nice music and classy gfx…I like the quirky humour and role-playing elements – check them out!

If you want to see some more pokes, click the link below

C64 PAGE

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Jungle Quest (Solar Soft, 1984)
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Inf. Lives

each level has its own lives counter.

29170,165
30452,165
33723,165
40232,165
50970,165

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Breakout Construction Kit (CP Verlag/Magic Disk 64, 1988)
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Inf. Balls

5462,96

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Addictaball (Alligata Software, 1987)
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Inf. Lives

41922,173

Gun Ammo not decrease

40554,173

Fuel not decrease

42566,173

Always have gun & thruster

41421,1
42948,173

Fire balls don’t hurt

32599,234
32600,234
32601,234

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Mandroid (CRL, 1987)
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Invincible on foot

12150,173
12153,173

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Metal Warrior 2 v1.2 (Electric Harem, 1999)
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Inf. Lives

17306,0
17942,96

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Aztec (Datamost, Inc. 1984)
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Invincible

25018,44
25026,44
25032,44

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Scary Monsters (Firebird, 1986)
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Inf. Lives

45719,165
45860,165