Mario vs donkey kong 2 march of the minis
Drawn to life the next chapter
Sonic rush adventure
Sorry i was not on newgrounds for a while i was at chicago to meet my cousins and celabrate christmas.
So i could see n games comming on NICE!!
Later on the people that play roms on there computers i will give u some rom links so u could download.
If u want to e-mail me for something here is my e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
The Cheats: Rage 2
The Cheats: Rage 1
richstick - 10,000 coins
cosmittack - infinite bullets
actionescape - infinite fire cells
doomsday - inifinite rockets
spazattack - all weapons
rawrboom - infinite rage
The Cheats: Rage 3
looney = play faster
bin = infinate ammo
rackem = all weapons
adiosturdnuggets = lvl 20!!!!
prime = always rage
trashly = invisible
Im going to show you how to get GBA emulator.
This my way of getting roms and gba emulator
1.Go to google.com and put down www.emulator-zone.com
2.Click on the first one,then on the left you will see Gameboy Advance clicl on it.
3.Now go down and you will see one that says Visual Boy Advance click on that one
4.Go down and click on Visual Boy Advance 1.8.0 Beta3 and then press run
5.A folder should come up.Now click on Visual Boy Advance something should pop up
6.Now press extract files and wait for it to extract then a new folder should come up
7.Now cut the gba and put it tyour folder so next time you could play with it
8.Now lets get roms.Now exit out the Emulator zone site and put down doperoms.com or romhulster.com
9.Now im going to go to romhulster.com
10.On the left it will say game boy advance press on that
11.Go down and you will see letters of the game
12.Now click on a letter of a game that starts first like pokemon click on p or sonic click on s
13.Im going to press s for sonic games.Go down agian and you will see games press a game you want now.
14.now press it agian and wait a couple of seconds
15.now press download.Now press cut to the rom and put it in your folder
16.Now go to your gba emulator press it go to file and press open and get your rom that you saved in
17.Wait then thats it i should come up
How to get gba cheat codes for your games.................................
The New Game Called Drawn to Life The Next Chapter info:
The Next Chapter has some stuff going for it. It's telling a detailed story, it's pretty, the creation aspect is cool, and there is a lot to do. Sadly, those parts don't come together in the end. The pacing is off thanks to conversations that go on and on, the cool creation stuff isn't used enough, the platforming is a bit boring, and the new transformations come in too late to make them feel valuable.
Drawn to Life isn't broken, but its ho-hum parts meant that it was incredibly rare for me to say I was having fun with a given part of the title.....
Two years ago, Drawn to Life hit the Nintendo DS and brought with it a whole lot of potential. The game was pretty, but the bigger deal was that it allowed you to draw the main components of the platformer so that your hero and his world were uniquely your own. That said, there were still issues -- less than ideal controls, not nearly enough customization, and so on.
Sadly, Drawn to Life: The Next Chapter adds a couple things to the formula and fixes the camera, but complaints remain and suck the fun out of this quirky title.
We catch up with the Raposa race after the events of the first game. Mari's the mayor, the world is a bright and cheery watercolor, and everyone's as happy as a clam. But soon a little girl goes missing, a dark portal opens up, and Wilfre arrives to begin sucking all of the color out of the world. The townspeople flee, and we're on a world-spanning journey to restore the vibrant imagery of this realm and stop a madmanIn this mixed-up world where the townspeople find refuge on a city on the back of a massive turtle, you'll play as the Creator. A god to these bunny/cat-like creatures, you'll create a hero to send their way. This will be character you directly control in the overworld map and use to platform through the levels needed to save the day, but you're also going to have to create birds, ships, moving platforms, surfboards and more.
When it comes time to whip one of these things up, your touch screen will be a simple white background with some guide boxes on it -- blocks for head, torso, arms and legs for the hero; the body of a gun and the type of bullet; etc. You draw whatever you want in these areas, and the game inserts them as platforms, launchers, and wherever else they need to be inserted.
Let's make one thing clear here: this is an awesome idea. Creating my hero -- Zod -- and making him look like Bizarro Superman was some of the most fun I had in this game. When they asked me to make a weapon - there's a pistol, sword, and mace-like deal to unlock and make with the coins you collect this time around -- I promptly made a green lightsaber. Stationary platforms were the Weezer symbol, my surfboard was a pink shark, and later-level gears were insults about IGN's Media Mike. Creating your own world is an awesome, engaging feature.
The trouble is that it's not nearly used enough.
I made all of these inside jokes, and they only get used every once in a while. I used that pink shark once in the beginning of the game, and then he was gone. The Weezer platforms disappeared for a long time before popping up in the later levels. It got to the point where I felt like I was taking longer to design stuff than I was actually seeing the creations on the screen. That's not really motivating me to keep trying my best every time the stylus icon pops up. Another problem is that these creations just don't look that good. Yes, creating really detailed and intricate stuff with the stylus is tough, but I'm talking more about how the color palettes don't even match here. Drawn to Life features this lovely watercolor theme for everything that's from the developers, but then all of my stuff are these blocks of primary color. Seems like both sides of the equation could have been tweaked to make for a more engrossing experience.
Still, that's not even close to the biggest problem when it comes to wrapping you up in this experience. These creation moments are cool, but they're buried beyond dozens and dozens of "Press A to Continue" conversations that explain this story to death. Not only did I not find the tale interesting (He's stealing the color; I got it), but every world you go to starts with the same boring, take-forever-explanation of people getting kidnapped, you arriving, and you needing to go fix everything. I get it. Let me play.
16) workspace / Go left till you find a golden cup and click on it.
20) mouse / Click the cat's/right ear of the mouse.
22) logic / Click the Nintendo DS start button.
27) pinnacle / Nessesary to complete if you want to have all the achievements :/
30) You will choose whatever you want... / Click takeover for takeover achievement
or revive for revive achievement / Type in the password bar sbc / Click N/A under
That concludes the level codes, but to get all the achievements, one must complete otehr objectives...
True Minesweeper: on level 29 just type in the given password, no need to complete the game
Wrong Turn: On level 16 go left. After 8 Wrong Ways go by you will find a gold trophy, click it
Scout: ok, well this is a good one to do right away. on level one, or any level really, hit tab. An angry face will come up and tell you not to do that. when that message comes up, look to the bottom left of the screen and click that small light gray box. Secret Area One revealed.
Observer: On level 20, click on the mouse's right ear, that's your right. its the white part for those of us too dense to get it, lol
Committed: On level 22, click on the Nintendo DS start button, tada! 3rd Secret location.
Too Much Free Time!: Which i suppose i have, btw lol, ok just type in sbc in the password box.
Insane: On the final level, level 30, click the N/a underneath the sword
The Secret Ammo Box: On level 4, Go to your right and the first gap you see, jump down it. Yes, i know it goes against video game instinct, but commit "suicide". You will find you land on a platform down below. Walk to your right, and there will be another small gap. Jump OVER it, not down it, and continue on. You will find a box with a halo. This is the Secret Ammo Box. Walk into it to get the achievement.
Weebl's Secret Island: Ok, don't freak. There is basically infinite space but the island is really close by. On level 13 go to the right to the edge of the pink. from there go up, into the Out of Bounds Zone. Go up until the stars stop. Keeping within the stars, go right again and you will quickly find a pink square. Click on the Trophy inside the pink Square.
Eagle Eyes: On level Six, complete the game on your first try. Just focus, it isn't too hard.
Click, click, click...: Level 27, just keep at it, after a while you'll get it. Just keep working at it. If it takes more than 15 minutes, start over. keeps you fresh.
Takeover: On level 30, Click Takeover
Revive: On level 30 Click Revive
The Final Super Password Found by completing every achievement is as follows:
Techno the hedgehog 2 beta
here are the codes for classroom 3
here are the codes for classroom 2
Act 3 MOVINGCHAIR
Act 4 THEPLAN
Act 5 NOTFAIR
Act 6 THEEXPERIMENT
Act 7A HENNINGAN
Act 7B MRSBACKWARDS
Act 7C BRIBE
Act 7D AGENTSWITHIN
Act 8 BROKENPROJECTOR
Act 9 OLYMPICRUN
here are the codes for classroom 1
Hope this work when you play these games