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Dragon Quest VI (SNES)

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Title Screen

Dragon Quest VI

Developer: Enix
Publisher: Enix
Platform: SNES
Released in JP: December 9, 1995


AreasIcon.png This game has unused areas.
DebugIcon.png This game has debugging material.
LevelSelectIcon.png This game has a hidden level select.


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A debug room.

Debug Mode

Use the Game Genie codes 6DEE-E488 6DEE-E7A5 and start a new game. Instead of beginning at the campfire scene, you'll enter what appears to be an underground tavern connected to several other rooms. Pressing L at any time will bring up an extensive Debug Menu.

Note that this debug mode works also with the fan-translated versions, though much of the debug-specific text is missing or poorly translated. (The translators were likely unaware of the debug rooms, and had to guess the context for the lines.)

(Source: DarkSerge, Ugetab from Gamehacking.org)

Debug Menu

The debug menu that appears after pressing L.
  • いんちきルーラ (Cheat Rūra) - Acts like the rūra (aka "return") spell for warping to different places, but it costs nothing, always works (even indoors and during special scenes), and gives you access to a lot more places (such as the debug rooms).
  • いんちきリレミト (Cheat Riremito) - Acts like the riremito (aka "outside") spell for exiting caves, dungeons, towers, etc., but costs nothing.
  • HP MP MAX - Maxes out HP and MP.
  • レベルアップ (Level Up) - Adds experience points toward a specified party member's class.
  • おかね (Money) - Gives your party whatever amount of gold you specify.
  • ふくろにいれる (Put in the Bag) - Inserts one of every item into your bag.
  • ひとじょうたい (People's Status) - Lets you change party members' status to "dead", "asleep", "poisoned", or "poisoned badly".
  • ゲームじょうたい (Game Status) - Pops up a status window telling you:
    • Whether you can cast rūra.
    • Whether you can cast riremito.
    • Whether random monster encounters are enabled.
    • The place you'll return to if your party is wiped out.
    • リセットふっき (The place you'll return to after a reset(?)) It's unclear what this is for.
  • せんたくせんとう (Battle Selection) - Lets you select up to four groups of enemies and a location. Once you make your choices, you fight them.
  • タイルせんとう (Tile-based Battle) - Lets you pick a tile number and then face off against a group of random enemies associated with that tile (essentially a map region).
  • サウンドテスト (Sound Test) - Plays sound effects by number.
  • いんちきせってい (Cheat Settings) - Opens another submenu of cheat options.