Hello friends it’s Tim here from Super Mayhem, awoooo, and
boy howdy do we have a fun list for you Mario fans out there today!
In the dawn of the late 1980s and then everyone’s favorite 90’s, Mario
Bros games came into existence and it magically changed the way we lived. It
has been possibly the most successful gaming franchise, and the creators from
Japan became wealthy and well known around the world for developing one of the
most lucrative games of all time.
Hello friends it’s Tim here from Super Mayhem, awooooo, and boy howdy do we have some game hacking action for you today! I seem to be on a bit of a Sonic rampage lately, which reminds me, if you haven’t already then get your answers in on the Luigi clap video that is all about Sonic 2, but the Sonic thing, that’s a good thing in my books. So if you love Sonic, Sega, 16 bit stuff or just game hacking in general then be sure to smash a big thumbs up on this bad boy and subscribe with the bell on too! And with that, let’s curl up into a ball and get going, Hedgehog style!
In 1992 Sonic fans around the world got their
wish when Sega released a sequel to the original Sonic the Hedgehog game. Sonic
the Hedgehog 2, or Sonic 2 as it is popularly called, brought fans not only
their favorite blue hedgehog but also introduced them to Miles Prower or Tails
as he is called.
The Sonic the Hedgehog 2 game plot goes a little
something like this. Dr. Robotnik was supposed to have been destroyed when the
factory was destroyed in Sonic the Hedgehog. However, like all evil villains,
Dr. Robotnik narrowly escapes death to reek havoc on the world another day and
Sonic the Hedgehog 2 is that day.
Hello friends it’s Tim here again from Super Mayhem, awoo,
and boy howdy do we have some fun for you today! We’ve hacked Mario games,
Kirby games, heck even recently the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles got their fair
share of whacky hacking goodness! So what are we going to tackle today? Well I
thought the 1986 classic Metroid for the NES might be a good bet! So what do
you think? Are you a fan of this game and/or its subsequent series? Why not
smash a like for the love of Samus, hit subscribe and ring the bell if you are
new to the channel and let’s dive deeply into the planet Zebes as we attempt to
hack the nostalgic platformer that is Metroid. I should also note that I have
always been a bad player of this game so even with hacks I’m still, well,
pretty bad…so with that said Letsa Go!
Hello friends it’s Tim here from Super Mayhem again,
awwoooo, and today we are jumping back on the game genie bandwagon to do some
mad hax bros! So what’s on the table today? Well if the video title didn’t give
you a hint we are focusing on the classic 1989 Ninja Turtles game for the NES!
Hello Friends it’s Tim here from Super Mayhem, awwooo, and today we have a sweet list for you all you game cheaters out there! Today we are going to take a look at some of the best and most memorable video game cheats so far. So strap yourself in, whack a like on this bad boy and most importantly smash subscribe and ring the bell if you haven’t already, as we take on an adventure down cheating lane, destination: Funsville. If you prefer video form, just check the bottom of this post!
Hello friends it’s Tim here again from Super Mayhem Awhooo, and today we are going to celebrate a certain recent holiday with some sweet video game action.
That’s right, it’s Easter time and we all know what that means! Easter Eggs! And the death of Jesus Christ or something but more importantly Easter eggs! That once a year Chocolatey goodness in the form of eggs or bunnies or even the Easter bilby if you are from Australia that we all wait for!
Jump to the bottom to view this article in video form!
Before I start, if you find Videos easier to digest and understand then skip to the bottom of this post for a step by step video guide showing you all the tricks and tips you will need!
I won’t go to far into the criticism that the Playstation classic has received, some people believed the games included were a bit crappy, there was a lack of dual shock controls and of course the user interface of the system itself is pretty bare bones. However, lucky for us the guys over at sony were pretty lax about security and it wasn’t too long before people were plugging all kinds of things into the USB ports on the front of the machine. With a bit of tinkering, a USB stick and a bit of software you are actually able to play any Playstation game you want! Pretty neat hey, so onwards with the show. Don’t forget to leave a like on this video if you are a fan of the Playstation or game hacking in general and of course subscribe with notifications on if you are new to the Mayhem too!
Hello friends, Tim here again for
another quick video game facts video. The final fantasy series is truly a
classic. The first game was released way back in 1987 on the old school
Nintendo Entertainment system, and has since spawned many different games and
is arguably one of the forefathers to modern day RPG’s. The franchise has even
branched out into other forms of media, including CGI films, anime, manga, and
Sonic the Hedgehog 2 allowed video game lovers
and Sonic lovers alike to get another Sonic fix. Sonic the Hedgehog 2 is a
sequel to the original Sonic the Hedgehog game and was released in 1992 for the
Master System and for Mega Drive/Genesis.
This is a look at the Sonic the Hedgehog 2 Master System version.