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How do you enter the gameshark codes they are sope..

 
 
 
rubypokemon asks: Added Aug 27th 2005, ID #37394

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How do you enter the gameshark codes they are sopesed to be 12 letters and numbers per row but most of them are not and I don't know how to enter them.someone help me!
 
 

 
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ak-47s rock answered:
Added 27th Aug 2005, ID #74286
Well then you must be looking at AR codes because AR codes are 8 leters and digits in a row.
 
 
 
 
 

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