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Battle B-Daman: Fire Spirits Cheats - GBA

  • Publisher: Atlus
  • Genre:Action, Adventure
  • Developer:
  • Release Date:Oct 4, 2006
  • # of Players:1 player
  • ESRB:E - Everyone (Everyone)
  • Platforms:
Game Description:Yamato Delgado is up against a whole new host of challenges and opponents as he continues his quest to B-DaMan in Battle B-Daman 2! Step into the life Delgado, the would-be champion in the mystical sport of B-DaMan, in this, the second game based on the popular B-DaMan animated series. You'll encounter all-new characters on every B-DaMan court you reach. Complete for fame and glory on the court and try and defeat the evil Shadow Alliance off it! You've got plenty of new weapons and moves at your disposal! Use the mighty Cobalt Blue to win tournaments and show the Shadow who's really boss.
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Battle B-Daman: Fire Spirits Cheats

  • B-Daman Codes

    The following passwords are entered at the parts shop after getting Bronze, Silver, or Gold Pass. REMEMBER: The Japanese version passwords are entered as Katakanwith lowercase letters representing small symbol version and "-" used in place of the long line for held vowel. Japan

    Code: BLOODY BODY

  • B-Daman Codes

    The following passwords are entered at the parts shop after getting Bronze, Silver, or Gold Pass. REMEMBER: The Japanese version passwords are entered as Katakanwith lowercase letters representing small symbol version and "-" used in place of the long line for held vowel. Japan

    Code: CHI MMI RE NO KRDA

  • B-Daman Codes

    The following passwords are entered at the parts shop after getting Bronze, Silver, or Gold Pass. REMEMBER: The Japanese version passwords are entered as Katakanwith lowercase letters representing small symbol version and "-" used in place of the long line for held vowel. Japan

    Code: DEVILISH FIGURE

  • B-Daman Codes

    The following passwords are entered at the parts shop after getting Bronze, Silver, or Gold Pass. REMEMBER: The Japanese version passwords are entered as Katakanwith lowercase letters representing small symbol version and "-" used in place of the long line for held vowel. Japan

    Code: FEROCIOUS WOLF!

  • B-Daman Codes

    The following passwords are entered at the parts shop after getting Bronze, Silver, or Gold Pass. REMEMBER: The Japanese version passwords are entered as Katakanwith lowercase letters representing small symbol version and "-" used in place of the long line for held vowel. Japan

    Code: GIFT FROM ATLUS

  • B-Daman Codes

    The following passwords are entered at the parts shop after getting Bronze, Silver, or Gold Pass. REMEMBER: The Japanese version passwords are entered as Katakanwith lowercase letters representing small symbol version and "-" used in place of the long line for held vowel. Japan

    Code: GLEAMING FANG

  • B-Daman Codes

    The following passwords are entered at the parts shop after getting Bronze, Silver, or Gold Pass. REMEMBER: The Japanese version passwords are entered as Katakanwith lowercase letters representing small symbol version and "-" used in place of the long line for held vowel. Japan

    Code: GOLDEN ARMOR!

  • B-Daman Codes

    The following passwords are entered at the parts shop after getting Bronze, Silver, or Gold Pass. REMEMBER: The Japanese version passwords are entered as Katakanwith lowercase letters representing small symbol version and "-" used in place of the long line for held vowel. Japan

    Code: GUST OF WIND!

  • B-Daman Codes

    The following passwords are entered at the parts shop after getting Bronze, Silver, or Gold Pass. REMEMBER: The Japanese version passwords are entered as Katakanwith lowercase letters representing small symbol version and "-" used in place of the long line for held vowel. Japan

    Code: HARD TEETH

  • B-Daman Codes

    The following passwords are entered at the parts shop after getting Bronze, Silver, or Gold Pass. REMEMBER: The Japanese version passwords are entered as Katakanwith lowercase letters representing small symbol version and "-" used in place of the long line for held vowel. Japan

    Code: JI yu U JI N NO KI BA

  • B-Daman Codes

    The following passwords are entered at the parts shop after getting Bronze, Silver, or Gold Pass. REMEMBER: The Japanese version passwords are entered as Katakanwith lowercase letters representing small symbol version and "-" used in place of the long line for held vowel. Japan

    Code: LET'S B-DAFIRE!

  • B-Daman Codes

    The following passwords are entered at the parts shop after getting Bronze, Silver, or Gold Pass. REMEMBER: The Japanese version passwords are entered as Katakanwith lowercase letters representing small symbol version and "-" used in place of the long line for held vowel. Japan

    Code: MO U DO KU NO SHI tsu PO

  • B-Daman Codes

    The following passwords are entered at the parts shop after getting Bronze, Silver, or Gold Pass. REMEMBER: The Japanese version passwords are entered as Katakanwith lowercase letters representing small symbol version and "-" used in place of the long line for held vowel. Japan

    Code: MONGREL FANG!

  • B-Daman Codes

    The following passwords are entered at the parts shop after getting Bronze, Silver, or Gold Pass. REMEMBER: The Japanese version passwords are entered as Katakanwith lowercase letters representing small symbol version and "-" used in place of the long line for held vowel. Japan

    Code: N KO KU NO YO RO I

  • B-Daman Codes

    The following passwords are entered at the parts shop after getting Bronze, Silver, or Gold Pass. REMEMBER: The Japanese version passwords are entered as Katakanwith lowercase letters representing small symbol version and "-" used in place of the long line for held vowel. Japan

    Code: O U GO N NO YO RO I

  • B-Daman Codes

    The following passwords are entered at the parts shop after getting Bronze, Silver, or Gold Pass. REMEMBER: The Japanese version passwords are entered as Katakanwith lowercase letters representing small symbol version and "-" used in place of the long line for held vowel. Japan

    Code: REVIVAL OF EVIL

  • B-Daman Codes

    The following passwords are entered at the parts shop after getting Bronze, Silver, or Gold Pass. REMEMBER: The Japanese version passwords are entered as Katakanwith lowercase letters representing small symbol version and "-" used in place of the long line for held vowel. Japan

    Code: SHADOWY ARMOR

  • B-Daman Codes

    The following passwords are entered at the parts shop after getting Bronze, Silver, or Gold Pass. REMEMBER: The Japanese version passwords are entered as Katakanwith lowercase letters representing small symbol version and "-" used in place of the long line for held vowel. Japan

    Code: STRONG RED GALE

  • B-Daman Codes

    The following passwords are entered at the parts shop after getting Bronze, Silver, or Gold Pass. REMEMBER: The Japanese version passwords are entered as Katakanwith lowercase letters representing small symbol version and "-" used in place of the long line for held vowel. Japan

    Code: THE RAZING FIRE

  • B-Daman Codes

    The following passwords are entered at the parts shop after getting Bronze, Silver, or Gold Pass. REMEMBER: The Japanese version passwords are entered as Katakanwith lowercase letters representing small symbol version and "-" used in place of the long line for held vowel. Japan

    Code: THE SWIFT WINGS

  • B-Daman Codes

    The following passwords are entered at the parts shop after getting Bronze, Silver, or Gold Pass. REMEMBER: The Japanese version passwords are entered as Katakanwith lowercase letters representing small symbol version and "-" used in place of the long line for held vowel. Japan

    Code: TO BE YO KU SI MRU

  • B-Daman Codes

    The following passwords are entered at the parts shop after getting Bronze, Silver, or Gold Pass. REMEMBER: The Japanese version passwords are entered as Katakanwith lowercase letters representing small symbol version and "-" used in place of the long line for held vowel. Japan

    Code: TSU YO I ME BA

  • B-Daman Codes

    The following passwords are entered at the parts shop after getting Bronze, Silver, or Gold Pass. REMEMBER: The Japanese version passwords are entered as Katakanwith lowercase letters representing small symbol version and "-" used in place of the long line for held vowel. Japan

    Code: VENOMOUS TAIL

  • B-Daman Codes

    The following passwords are entered at the parts shop after getting Bronze, Silver, or Gold Pass. REMEMBER: The Japanese version passwords are entered as Katakanwith lowercase letters representing small symbol version and "-" used in place of the long line for held vowel. Japan

    Code: YMI NI HI KRU KI BA

  • B-Daman Codes

    The following passwords are entered at the parts shop after getting Bronze, Silver, or Gold Pass. REMEMBER: The Japanese version passwords are entered as Katakanwith lowercase letters representing small symbol version and "-" used in place of the long line for held vowel. Japan

    Code: YOKUSAIMARU!

  • Magazine Codes

    The following passwords are entered at the parts shop after getting Bronze, Silver, or Gold Pass. REMEMBER: The Japanese version passwords are entered as Katakanwith lowercase letters representing small symbol version and "-" used in place of the long line for held vowel. Japan

    Code: BI - DMTKU SN

  • Magazine Codes

    The following passwords are entered at the parts shop after getting Bronze, Silver, or Gold Pass. REMEMBER: The Japanese version passwords are entered as Katakanwith lowercase letters representing small symbol version and "-" used in place of the long line for held vowel. Japan

    Code: PE tsu TO BO TO RU

  • Magazine Codes

    The following passwords are entered at the parts shop after getting Bronze, Silver, or Gold Pass. REMEMBER: The Japanese version passwords are entered as Katakanwith lowercase letters representing small symbol version and "-" used in place of the long line for held vowel. Japan

    Code: TONS OF BALLS

  • Money Codes

    The following passwords are entered at the parts shop after getting Bronze, Silver, or Gold Pass. REMEMBER: The Japanese version passwords are entered as Katakanwith lowercase letters representing small symbol version and "-" used in place of the long line for held vowel. Japan

    Code: B-DAFIRING

  • Money Codes

    The following passwords are entered at the parts shop after getting Bronze, Silver, or Gold Pass. REMEMBER: The Japanese version passwords are entered as Katakanwith lowercase letters representing small symbol version and "-" used in place of the long line for held vowel. Japan

    Code: BI - FU I A

  • Money Codes

    The following passwords are entered at the parts shop after getting Bronze, Silver, or Gold Pass. REMEMBER: The Japanese version passwords are entered as Katakanwith lowercase letters representing small symbol version and "-" used in place of the long line for held vowel. Japan

    Code: DI WYMTO

  • Money Codes

    The following passwords are entered at the parts shop after getting Bronze, Silver, or Gold Pass. REMEMBER: The Japanese version passwords are entered as Katakanwith lowercase letters representing small symbol version and "-" used in place of the long line for held vowel. Japan

    Code: HEY TOMMI!

  • Money Codes

    The following passwords are entered at the parts shop after getting Bronze, Silver, or Gold Pass. REMEMBER: The Japanese version passwords are entered as Katakanwith lowercase letters representing small symbol version and "-" used in place of the long line for held vowel. Japan

    Code: TME GO RO - !

  • Shield Stand Codes

    The following passwords are entered at the parts shop after getting Bronze, Silver, or Gold Pass. REMEMBER: The Japanese version passwords are entered as Katakanwith lowercase letters representing small symbol version and "-" used in place of the long line for held vowel. Japan

    Code: NE RI U TE !

  • Shield Stand Codes

    The following passwords are entered at the parts shop after getting Bronze, Silver, or Gold Pass. REMEMBER: The Japanese version passwords are entered as Katakanwith lowercase letters representing small symbol version and "-" used in place of the long line for held vowel. Japan

    Code: SHOOT IT!!

 

 

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