Gameshark Codes - Guide for Blasto
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HERE ARE SOME CHEAT CODES FOR "BLASTO" FOR PSX. THE FIRST TWO WERE IN MY GAMESHARK BUT THE LAST ONE I MADE ON MY OWN! I AM STILL TRYING TO SEE IF I CAN GET ALL THE BABES WITH CHEAT CODES OR HAVE ALL THE ENIMIES KILLED OR REDUCED. ALSO TRYING TO UNLOCK ALL GATES WITH CHEAT CODES. Full Power Blasto Matic- D000E22A 00FF 800CD434 0002 Infinite Health- D000E22A 00FF 801F04D4 1770 Infinite Lives- 801F1972 000_ FOR "INFINITE LIVES" REPLACE THE "_" WITH ANY NUMBER BETWEEN 1 AND 9! DO NOT CHANGE ANYTHING ELSE! I TRIED TO HAVE 99 LIVES BUT SCREWED UP THE GRAPHICS! iF YOU WANT TO KNOW WHAT THE NUMBERS AND LETTERS ARE, READ THE FOLLOWING. The first eight digits are the address in the RAM (random access memory) of the PSX and the last four digits are the values of that address. So, as an example, 80123456 xxxx: 80123456 is the address of the code in the ram and xxxx is the value (wherexxxx can range from 0000 to ffff). The numbering system on the gameshark uses what is called hexidecimal. Instead of the decimal system (0-10) the gameshark reads 0-f (a= 10, b= 11....f= 15. Here is an example of 1-20 in decimal then hexidecimal. Decimal: 1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10,11,12,13,14,15,16,17,18,19,20.... Hexidecimal: 1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,a,b,c,d,e,f,10,11,12,13,14.... It would be of great assistance to have a calculator that converts decimal to hex.