Combatribes (J) (SNES) Game Genie Codes

Note – Japan version only

Game Genie

Infinite NRG (Player 1)

3CA1-DFD4
3CA1-DF04
6CA1-DF64

One-hit kills

note – some bosses such as the chieftain take two hits because of the dropping tomahawk animation.

DDA5-DD04

 

RAW

Infinite NRG (Player 1)

00C864:EA
00C865:EA
00C866:8A

One-hit kills

00C871:00

 

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Final Fight 2 (SNES) new Game Genie codes

Howdy folks,

Here are some codes I came up with for this pretty decent brawler. If you find the game a bit of a slog try the first code or if you just want maybe a better chance of survival on the harder modes try the other that make the fairly sparse energy pickups like soda, chicken etc fully replenish your health bar. See-ya until next time, enjoy!

Game Genie

ALL enemies one-hit kill or low hp 

7561-1FD1

ALL energy pickups fully restore health (Japan version only)

3C25-4DD6

3C25-4D06

Trinket pickups (ghetto blaster,piggy bank etc) increase health instead of score. Can be used in conjunction with above codes – Japan version ONLY.

1921-3D0B
2D21-3D6B
6421-3DAB

ShadowHawk (SNES) PAR Codes

Not much really to say about this one, something interesting is you probably never heard of it. And I assure you there is a good reason for that…I will let you employ your superior Batman-esque detective skills to figure out why.

On playing this game I was reminded strangely of Maximum Carnage, I suppose the obligatory comic book cut scenes and how building architecture looks eerily similar in both games. Aside from that, the basic game design made me think more of the home computer game of Suburban Commando, which also emphasized perpetually fighting street thugs, walking through hidden walls to find secret areas and having one on one fighting sequences for boss encounters.

ShadowHawk PAR Codes

Lives – 7E00CC:02

Energy – 7E00CD:7F

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Suburban Commando – Ooh, the secrets!

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ShadowHawk – Ooh, the secrets!