Kid Icarus Has A Password in Swedish?! A Secret To Everybody – GTV

January 15, 2019 0 By nate

Kid Icarus Has A Password in Swedish?! A Secret To Everybody – GTV
GTV 60 “The Swedish Justin Bailey” Kid Icarus for NES has many strange passwords, this one is the weirdest of all! Subscribe!

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A while back I made a video about the NES game Kid Icarus! Now, I love the game but to a lot of people, the game seems pretty hard. So I gave a tips on how to understand the game and enjoy it. After that I made a video about Metroid. Both Kid Icarus and Metroid use a password system, which means there are a lot of different combinations that do some very weird things, because when you get right down to it, when you start playing around with the games password system, you are manipulating the game’s code in a way that wasn’t intended. That was the fun of some of those older games, something that’s been lost over time thanks to battery backup, hard drives and cloud saves.

If you still don’t understand what I’m talking about, let me fill you in quickly. In Metroid if you enter the name JUSTIN BAILEY as a password, it gives you the best possible power ups for Samus, who’s name isn’t Metroid by the way, and it sends you right to the end with a very good chance at seeing the best ending possible. Most passwords are just a mishmash of numbers and letters, but that some passwords are names and words stands out as a neat little Easter egg

There are other strange passwords like NARPAS SWORD and CONTINUE MY GAME MINIBOSS and SAMUS BEATS MOTHER BRAIN. That do weird things. But don’t put in ENGAGE RIDLEY MOTHER FU…. it breaks the game as that password makes the game’s internal clock think its been running for over 300 years.

In Kid Icarus there have been a few passwords that are well known like ICARUS FIGHTS MEDUSA ANGELS, PAKING PAKING PAKING PAKING and 8uuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuu. These really help you cruise through the game with infinite health or all the weapons. But there is another strange password out there that may qualify as the Kid Icarus version of Justin Bailey. At the Sacred Words entry screen, enter DUVANS MAMMOR KOMMER BORTOT. (At least, I think that’s how you say it)

This password sends you right to the last stage with full power on top of that! So you can safely fight Medusa and see the best ending. (Then you can play the game again with all the power ups intact!)
But hey, you might ask, didn’t you say this was the Kid Icarus version of Justin Bailey? What is Duvans Mammor? Sounds like a heavy metal band! Well its not a name, its actually a message, in Swedish!
via YouTube