• https://www.elf925.com/ Oleg

    Does that make any sense?

  • http://deepakphalswal.com/ deepak phalswal

    this is helpful in online marketing?

  • Scott Davis

    … B,A,B,A,Select,Start.

    Way to finish the code, Google!

  • http://www.cromiller.com/ Ryan Miller

    No mention of “Konami”? Do you even game?

  • http://www.manapool.co.uk/ Evil Tactician

    I common misconception, actually. The original “Konami Code” code ends with “B, A” – and nothing more.

  • Scott Davis

    Go troll somewhere else, lol.

    I was giving the TMNT: The Arcade Game code for 99 lives. I see “Konami” no where in this story nor my comment. :)

  • http://www.manapool.co.uk/ Evil Tactician

    Then you may wish to do some reading up on the subject so you understand the reference Google was making. Ryan Miller in the comments below gets it.

    Many games have since used variations of the Konami Code – TMNT included.

    What you call trolling I call basic gaming history knowledge. If you’re going to make a reference, at least get its origins right.

  • Scott Davis

    I made a reference correctly to a cheat code. You, however, may want to read up on gaming history that I lived through… I have no desire to relive 8-bit technology.

    As far as trolling… Trolling would be commenting on a blog or blog comment solely for the sake of being a jack ass. I’m pretty sure you don’t need to read up on the history of that.