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User:Pokedex493/Glitches

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Pokémon series

M'

  • Difficulty: Very easy
  • What you need: A Pokémon that knows Surf, A Pokémon that knows Fly, the ability to go to Cinnabar Island, the Old Man doesn't want coffee, strong Pokémon, Pokémon Red or Blue Version

First, go to Viridian City and talk to the Old Man. Let him teach you how to catch a Pokémon. Then, fly to Cinnabar Island and surf on the right edge that leads to the Seafoam Islands, but surf on that edge of Cinnabar Island. Eventually you will encounter M'. M' will be either level 0 or 80. Its moves will be Water Gun, Water Gun, and Sky Attack. If you level it up when its level 0, it'll jump straight to level 100 and will evolve into Kangaskhan. If its level 80, level it up and it will go to level 81.

Another thing I noticed is if the M' is a Kangaskhan and is level 100, when you use it in battles, it's level lowers. It's hard to explain, but I'll look into it.

Pallet Town glitch

  • Difficulty: Fairly easy
  • What you need: A copy of Pokémon Yellow Version, any type of Game Boy, and a lot of patience

First, start up the game and create a new file. It's required to perform this glitch. After naming your character and you're done the the introduction, go outside of your house. The girl nearest to it will be walking around. In order to do this glitch correctly, I would suggest setting the text speed to fast and block her from going down instead of up. After a while, she will get in the grass. Wait until she enters the second left patch, the patch the Professor Oak stops you at. Go on the right patch and quickly scroll through what he says so she dowsn't move, or else this glitch won't work. After he catches the wild Pikachu, he will ask you to follow him. Instead of following straight behind him, you will go straight. You will walk through a sign, the left side of the lab, and crash on the right side. You will be unable to move, so you would have to reset the game.

  • Note: One thing I noticed is if the girl goes near your house, she will sometimes overlap with the door. You can block her from getting out by getting in front of the door.

And Yet It Moves

Walking Backwards

  • Difficulty: Extremely hard
  • What you need: Wii, Wii Remote (Nunchuck recommended with it), And Yet It Moves demo or full game

First, download And Yet It Moves if you haven't already, if you have, start it up and go to the level in Chapter 1 called "Rock N Roll". Go through the level as normal until you reach the second checkpoint (not counting the startpoint). Get the boulder to follow you while getting there. Jump onto the boulder before it hits you (you may get killed while trying). If it's behind you where you are supposed to go to complete the level, then leave it that way. Rotate the world to where the boulder follows you (you have to rotate it to where it goes fast). If you're lucky enough, you can outrun it and jump onto it and run the opposite way it's turning. When the boulder lands in the small gap, you should be running backwards. If you jump while moving, you'll jump backwards

  • Note: This glitch is extremely tough, so it may take multiple attempts, I did it by accident, and when I tried it again, I couldn't do it. I'll have to look into it and see if it's a one-time glitch.

Falling Through the Floor

  • Difficulty: Extremely hard
  • What you need: Wii, Wii Remote (Nunchuck recommended with it), And Yet It Moves demo or full game

First, download And Yet It Moves if you haven't already, if you have, start it up and go to the level in Chapter 1 called "Rock N Roll". Go through the level as normal until you reach the first checkpoint (not counting the startpoint). Get the boulder to kill you (It has to kill you while covering the checkpoint). If you did it correctly, You should fall through the floor when you revive.

  • Note: This glitch is extremely tough, so it may take multiple attempts, I did it by accident, and when I tried it again, I couldn't do it. I'll have to look into it and see if it's a one-time glitch.
  • Note #2: When you fall through the floor, you will still see the background, but after a few seconds, the background will disappear because it wasn't programmed that far.
  • Note #3: If you go into the black background, you may not be able to find your way back to the level and have to start over. I know this because when I did the glitch, I couldn't find my way back and had to start the level over.

Super Smash Bros. Series

Puff Up glitch

  • Difficulty: Medium
  • What you need: A Wii console, a controller (GameCube controller is recommended for fans familiar with it), Super Smash Bros. Brawl, Jigglypuff unlocked, the Bridge of Eldin stage

First, Go to any mode except for Classic, Adventure, and All-Star (Training Mode is recommended), Choose Jigglypuff as your character and choose the Bridge of Eldin stage. If you chose to do Training Mode, spawn a Smash Ball and break it. When the part of the bridge in the middle blows up, wait until the Twilight Realm opens up. Jump in the middle of the bridge and press B. When the bridge fixes, Jigglypuff should end up on top of the bridge, except giant. If you press Left or Right while it's down, it'll die. Note: Jigglypuff is slower when you perform this glitch.

This glitch also works with Kirby, R.O.B., Luigi, Fox, Falco, and Wolf. (Note: Fox, Falco, and Wolf is a pain to do.)

  • R.O.B.: Diffusion Beam won't end until you end the match.
  • Luigi: Luigi skips the dance.
  • Kirby: Still has the glow as if he still had the Smash Ball, but without the yellow eyes.
  • Fox, Falco, and Wolf: Camera stays zoomed in. (Note: Extremely hard. Can someone test this one and let me know if this works or not?)

Master Hand glitch

  • Difficulty: Medium (Method #1), Hard (Method #2)
  • What you need: Nintendo GameCube or Wii, GameCube Controller (2), Super Smash Bros. Melee

Note: There are two ways to do this. One way requires one controller and the other requires two controllers.

Method #1: (Melee mode, Special Melee, Tournament mode not tested)

  • What you need: GameCube or Wii, two controllers, Super Smash Bros. Melee

First, make sure the controller you're using is in Slot 3, as it works best. Go to Melee mode or Special Melee. Have the first player choose their character and have the pointer scroll to the back button, but don't press A yet. Have your pointer go to the Name Entry and press A. Next, have your pointer scroll to the New Entry option. Now, have both controllers press A at the same time. If done correctly, it should go to the stage selection screen. Choose your stage. You will be Master Hand.

Method #2: This one's harder, but it's worth it if you're having trouble completing all the events. (Event Mode, Training Mode)

  • What you need: GameCube or Wii, a controller, Super Smash Bros. Melee

First, make sure the controller you're using is plugged in Slot 3. Choose Event Mode or Training Mode. Instead of choosing a character, scroll to the Name Entry option. Hold B and A. Let go of the A button, but still hold B. Scroll to the New Entry option and press A. If done correctly, it should go to the stage selection screen. Choose a stage. You will be Master Hand.

  • Note: An easier way to perform Method #2 is to delete all the names you put in.
  • Note #2: You must be quick to perform Method #2 correctly.
  • Note #3: For Event Mode, it only works on Events where you can choose any character.
  • Note #4: Master Hand is invincible except in Stamina Mode because he doesn't have Knockback capabilities.

How does it work?: What happens is that for both Method #1 and Method #2, it would want to go back to the menu, yet it also wanted to go to the new entry screen. It'll get confused and go to the stage selection screen. It sounds confusing, but it works.

1P glitch

COMING SOON...

0 Second Melee

COMING SOON...

4 in the Same Team

COMING SOON...

Sonic the Hedgehog series

Ashura

  • Difficulty: Easy
  • What you need: SEGA Genesis or Nintendo GameCube, controller, Sonic the Hedgehog 2 or Sonic Mega Collection

First, if you use Sonic Mega Collection, start up Sonic the Hedgehog 2. Go to the options mode on Sonic the Hedgehog 2. Set the character to Sonic alone. Next, scroll down to the sound test and choose sounds 19, 65, 9, and 17 in that order. Hold X and press Start. You will be back at the title screen. Hold B and press Start. You will be at the level selection screen. Go to the new sound test and choose sounds 1, 9, 9, 2, 1, 1, 2, 4 in that order. This code activates Debug Mode. Highlight Emerald Hill Zone Act 1 or 2. Instead of pressing Start, hold B and Start until gameplay begins. Now, press A. You will be a Ring. Press B four times. You will be an invisible object. It is a waterfall. Press X to spawn it. Spawn the waterfall in multible places until your life icon changes. Press A to exit Debug Mode and you will be Ashura.

  • Note: He looks different if you keep placing waterfalls.
  • Note #2: This glitch only works in Emerald Hill Zone.
  • Note #3: Only Sonic can perform this glitch because Debug Mode won't work with Tails for unknown reasons and Sonic with Tails, Debug Mode works, but the glitch doesn't.