hide results

    Game Genie Codes by THedstrom

    Updated: 01/05/01 | Search Guide | Bookmark Guide

      Original Sega Genesis Game Genie codes created by:
            Tony Hedstrom  t_hedstrom@yahoo.com
        These codes are copyright 2001 Tony Hedstrom
    NOTE: A few of these codes may be a little buggy, or
    may cause the game to glitch after awhile, but they're
    very fun to try out and they bring some new life to this
    great old game.
         Road Rash
    RH9T-R60T  master code (must be entered)
    AJPA-BAFG  Sierra Nevada track is 12 miles long,
               & perfectly straight, with no traffic
               on left side of the road! (Perfect for
               testing the experimental bikes below.)
               Remember, stay on the left side!
               Also, Grass Valley is much straighter.
    BAPA-AAFG  new level, goes beyond normal end of
               tracks. (only on Sierra Nevada and 
               Pacific Coast).
    BAPA-BAFG  can race Palm Desert with no cops, &
               traffic on one side only!
    ATPA-BAFG  Sierra Nevada is perfectly straight, 
               and 16 miles long. Left lane is clear
               of traffic.
    ANPA-BAFG  Redwood is much straighter
    AYPA-BAFG  Palm Desert is almost straight
    A2PA-BAFG  Pacific Coast & Sierra Nevada are
               much straighter. (16 miles long)
    ANPA-AAZG  Palm Desert is only 2.4 miles long
               (instead of 5.7)
    AEPA-BAZG  Redwood is only 2.7 miles long
               (instead of 5.4)
    ATPA-AAZG  Sierra Nevada & Grass Valley tracks are 
               straight. And left lane has no cars.
    AELA-AAOW  Ride during a thunderstorm
    3JPA-AAGW  bike starts out and stays in Overdrive!
               It's slow starting out, but once it gets
               going, watch out! It's much faster than
               most of the other bikes on top end. And 
               it's much easier to control. The only 
               drawback is that the game quits after
               your first wreck. So don't crash. :-)
    AEPA-AAG4  finish 1st place on sierra nevada
    AEPA-AAHW  finish 1st place on palm desert track
    02PA-BH8L  player 1 starts with $623,900
    AJPA-BAFG  straight test tracks. This code changes
               Sierra Nevada and Grass Valley tracks,
               from twisty 6 mile long tracks, into
               straight 12 mile long tracks. You
               should use this code when you are trying
               out the experimental bikes below.
               And remember to stay in the left lane,
               because this code also eliminates all
               of the traffic in the left lane.
               Sierra Nevada is the best one to use.
     A quick note about these experimental bikes below:
    I know some of these bike codes are not perfect,
    but they do work. Some of the bikes will work 
    normally (by pressing the "B" button), but some
    of them aren't so easy to get them to go. Here's
    how: Set your controller so that the "B" button
    has turbo on, then hold down the "A" button, and
    press "B". As soon as the bike starts to go, let
    up on both buttons. You may be asking "if you let
    go of both buttons, then how will the bike keep on
    going?". Well, some of the bikes accelerate so
    fast, and reach speeds so high, that you can easily
    pass all of the other riders while coasting! And
    sometimes, you can even finish a race by coasting
    all the way from the start line! But if you slow
    down too much, don't worry, you'll be so far ahead
    of everyone else, that you'll have plenty of time
    to get the bike going again. And, as I said in my
    last posting of Road Rash codes, make sure you 
    let the other riders have a big head start. If
    you don't, you'll smash into them from behind.
    72PA-AAGW  test bike. Almost instant acceleration
               to about 290 MPH. Barely controllable.
    ATPA-ANGW  test bike. VERY fast. Top MPH = ???
    AEPA-BA0W  test bike. Goes from 0 to 180 MPH in
               less than 1 second. Top MPH = ???
    ATPA-AP0W  test bike. Is it fast? Yep.
    AEPA-BB0W  test bike. Wanna go fast? Try 280 MPH.
    ATPA-AA0W  test bike. This motor will turn about
               20,000 RPM! The regular bikes only 
               turn about 8,000 RPM. Make sure that
               you turn off the music so you can hear
               the engine. Top end = 164 MPH.
    AYPA-AA0W  test bike. This motor turns 21,500 RPM
               @ 158 MPH. Turn off the music to hear.
    AEPA-AB0W  test bike. The motor turns at 23,000
               RPM (instead of 8,000). 140 MPH.
               Remember, turn off the music.
    3JPA-AA0W  test bike. Starts and stays in 3rd gear.
               Best with music off.
    7JPA-BAGW  Faster bike (see note below) 
    ANPA-ALOW  Super fast bike (see note below)
    AEPA-BAGW  Another super fast bike (see note below)
    ATPA-ANOW  Nitrous oxide bike! Super fast. (see
               note below)
    BJPA-ABGW  NITRO bike! Accelerate instantly to 280 
               MPH.(recommend using straight test track 
               above, & letting other riders have 30 
               second lead so you don't crash into them 
               from behind.) (see note below)
               NOTE: to get these bikes to work right, 
               you have to just "tap" the "B" button  
               while holding down the "A" button, then
               release them both. It takes a little 
               practice. Also, using these bikes can
               sometimes cause the game to quit.
    AELA-AAGW  road looks like it's frozen solid.
    AELA-AT0W  the road is yellow instead of black.
       NOTE: If you are using these codes with a real 
    Sega Genesis (not an emulator), they should work 
    fine. If you are using an emulator (like KGEN98),
    a few of the codes may cause the game to quit after
    awhile, especially if you mix them (ie: if you mix
    the "overdrive bike" code with the "12 mile long 
    Sierra straight track" code, the emulator may quit
    after a couple of miles, but the codes will work
    fine by themselves.)
    Tony Hedstrom
    Visit the Code Hut at:

    View in: