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[[File:Shaq Fu Title.png|right|160px]]'''''Shaq Fu''''' is a fighting video game developed by [[Delphine Software]] for the [[Sega Mega Drive]], [[Sega Game Gear]], Game Boy, Super Nintendo and Commodore Amiga. It is a fighting game, starring basketball player Shaquille O'Neal as a playable character. Though it is often praised for its smooth graphics, the game has been the subject of ridicule for its nonsensical plot and bad controls.  The Genesis version of ''Shaq Fu'' had exclusives that the Super NES version didn't have. This included 5 more characters, 3 new stages (The Lab, The Wasteland, and Yasko Mines), and North/South Gate accessibility without a cheat code. Nezu was also playable. Unfortunately the story mode was made shorter than the SNES counterpart. As a bonus, players can also walk down the stairs past Gargoyle's Peak and press start to fight a blue version of Beast. The Amiga port was based on the Genesis port, but had less music and background animation removed. The Game Gear version only has 6 selectable characters, no tournament mode, and no voices.
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[[File:GameGenieMD.jpg|right|160px]]The '''Game Genie''' is a series of cheat cartridges designed by [[Codemasters]] and sold by [[Camerica]] and [[Galoob]] for the Nintendo Entertainment System, Super Nintendo Entertainment System, Game Boy, [[Sega Mega Drive/Genesis]], and [[Sega Game Gear]] that modifies game data, allowing the player to cheat, manipulate various aspects of games, and sometimes view unused content and functions. Although there are currently no Game Genie products on the market, most video game console [[emulator]]s feature Game Genie support and allow for a near unlimited amount of codes to be entered. The [[Action Replay]] and [[GameShark]] hacking devices are similar devices.
  
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The Game Genie attaches to the end of a [[cartridge]] and is then inserted into the cartridge port of the console for which it was designed.
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The Game Genie is a series of cheat cartridges designed by Codemasters and sold by Camerica and Galoob for the Nintendo Entertainment System, Super Nintendo Entertainment System, Game Boy, Sega Mega Drive/Genesis, and Sega Game Gear that modifies game data, allowing the player to cheat, manipulate various aspects of games, and sometimes view unused content and functions. Although there are currently no Game Genie products on the market, most video game console emulators feature Game Genie support and allow for a near unlimited amount of codes to be entered. The Action Replay and GameShark hacking devices are similar devices.

The Game Genie attaches to the end of a cartridge and is then inserted into the cartridge port of the console for which it was designed.

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