Game Genie (GB)
Game Genie is an unofficial video game accessory designed by Codemasters and published by Galoob in 1992. The players would insert the device between a game cartridge and the console and enter a certain code to modify the cartridge's ROM data, allowing the players to cheat.
It was also released for several other platforms, including NES, SNES, Genesis and Game Gear.
Interestingly, this is the only version of Game Genie to feature music. A short rendition of Toccata and Fugue In D Minor is played right after booting the device or entering a non-working code.
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A credits screen is accessible through a hidden button combination. To see it, press Up, Up, A, B, A, Down, Down at the code entry screen.
The device uses the console's built-in DMG-CPU B chip.
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