4 posts tagged konami code
The Konami code works with Bravely Default ⊟
Want to watch that special movie in Bravely Default that teases the JRPG’s sequel (it’s filled with spoilers, by the way!)? The video is supposed to unlock once you’ve completed the 3DS game, but you can load the clip whenever you want by just entering the Konami code (up, up, down, down, left, right, left, right, B, A) at the main menu! It has really become fashionaaabluh to stick this code in everything.
If you haven’t stumbled upon this Adventure Time DS/3DS Easter egg yourself yet, here’s the game’s fantastic “Secret Screen” that you can access after punching in the famous Konami code at the “Touch to Start” screen.
Secret screen, this is the secret secret screen. Ba-da-da-da-da-da-da secret screen.
Buy: Adventure Time for DS and 3DS
See also: More mathematical Adventure Time posts
Konami Code minigame made with Made in Ore, played on the Asobu! Made in Ore WiiWare game. While the pointer-based Konami Code input game seems basically like a nightmare, I’m impressed with the fact that the NicoVideo user who made this was able to both draw the Vic Viper and compose the intro to the classic Gradius music in Made in Ore's utilities. The music even automatically speeds up along with the game!
When I saw this video, it gave me the idea to make a Shooting Watch game with Made in Ore. I told Eric, and it took him about five seconds to find that someone already had. It’s even better than the one I would have made/will make, with a little Takahashi Meijin head that pops up after sixteen shots to tell you to “play one hour a day!”
[Konami Code video via GoNintendo]
Gradius Rebirth (WiiWare), Stage 1
Notice that the player pauses the game at the 1:00 mark to cheat and unlock more powerful weapons — possibly using the Konami code!
[Via NeoGAF, NicoVideo]