Back in 1986, video game developer Kazuhisa Hashimoto knew how frustrated players were playing his difficult new game Gradius. Hoping players could just enjoy the game and stop worrying so much about winning, Hashimoto implemented a cheat code to give players an extra 30 free lives. Known as the Konami Code, this up, up, down, down, left, right, left, right cheat code found its way into loads of early Nintendo games — and the cheat code myth was born.
Today, it's tougher to find a game that doesn't have one of these coding Easter eggs hidden inside than finding one that does. Of course, finding them … well, that's the real trick now, isn't it?
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Cheat Happens isn't just a web page with some cheat codes written down. They're one of the most popular cheat code websites for PC games on the web, employing programmers who actually create custom cheats and cool trainers for virtually any PC game you can imagine.
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