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Twisted Metal 2



Advanced Attacks:

 To execute these attacks, enter the  codes  shown  below. You must use
 the arrow keys to do this. 

 Napalm: Right, Left, Up
 Freezer Burn: Left, Right, Up
 Mine: Right, Left, Down
 Rear Attack: Left, Right, Down
 Shield: Up, Up, Right
 High Jump: Up, Up, Left
 Invisibility: Right, Down, Left, Up

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Play as Minion:

 To play as Minion, type "gloriousbigboy" at the Player Select screen. 

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Play as Minion, Sweettooth or Darktooth:

 Twisted Metal 2 saves your games in the Windows 95 system  registry so
 in order for you to edit your  games  you will need to go to the Start
 button on your task bar, click it then go to Run and click that.  Then
 type in regedit. This will start the system registry editor.

 The first thing you should do is to go to the Registry menu at the top
 and export the registry file to a safe location, another hard drive or
 floppy disk, just in case you  mess  something up. This is a good idea
 to do on a regular basis in case your  registry  becomes corrupt which
 does happen from time to time.  If you need to  restore  your registry
 you can  start  Windows  in  safe  mode, run  regedit  and  import the
 registry file from wherever you saved it.

 To edit the  saved  games  click the + sign beside HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE.
 Then  click the + sign  beside  SOFTWARE.  Next  scroll  down to the +
 beside SONY INTERACTIVE and click it.  Then click the + beside Twisted
 Metal  2.  This should leave you with a  folder  that is labeled 1.0.1
 ( it may be different on your  machine  if you downloaded  and applied
 the patch  from Sony ). Clicking  on  the  folder  opens  up  all  the
 information about  TM2  in the right  hand  window.  Down  towards the
 bottom you should see Slot1-Slot6 depending on how many games you have
 saved, note you MUST have a game saved in order to edit it.

 Choose the slot that you want to edit, the slots are in the same order
 as they appear in the save game/load game screens when TM2 is running.
 Click the  slot to  highlight  it then go to the top of the editor and
 click Edit, Modify. This should give you a window that looks like this.
 screen  shot 2 Scroll to the bottom of this window to get to the items
 that you wish to edit. The things that I have  figured  out so far are
 the level you are on, the car you are driving. To edit the car you are
 click on the number and/or letter just to the right of the number that
 says 0080.

 To edit this value, hit the  DELETE  key  and type in the  new  value.
 Valid  numbers  are  00-0E, just  so  you  know  these  values  are in
 hexadecimal  10  comes  AFTER  0F, which  comes  after 0E, and  is not
 included in the valid range. The corresponding car values are: 

 00=Hammerhead
 01=Outlaw
 02=Warthog
 03=Mr. Grimm
 04=Grasshopper
 05=Thumper
 06=Spectre
 07=Roadkill
 08=Twister
 09=Axel
 0A=Mr. Slam
 0B=Shadow
 0C=Sweettooth
 0D=Minion
 0E=Darktooth 

 To save all of your changes just simply hit the OK button then exit out
 of regedit.

 For those of you who don't know Minion  is the Boss from Twisted Metal
 1 which was only available on the  Sony  PlayStation. Darktooth is the
 Boss that you have to fight after you defeat all your opponents in the
 Hong Kong level, you fight him also there. A hint on howto defeat him,
 learn to fire the freeze blast.

 Also it is not advisable  to play as  Darktooth  as he is so large the
 only way  you  can  see  where  you  are  going  is to  switch  to the
 helicopter  view  which, at least on my machine, sometimes  washes the
 screen out with a grey  color that  doesn't  go away. Minion is by far
 the BADDEST car to drive as he can easily destroy any other car. 

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Play as SweetTooth:

 To play as SweetTooth, type  "gloriousicecream"  at the Player  Select
 screen.


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