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The Lost Vikings (Game Boy Advance)

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Title Screen

The Lost Vikings

Developer: Mass Media
Publisher: Blizzard Entertainment
Platform: Game Boy Advance
Released in US: March 30, 2003
Released in EU: March 28, 2003

DevMessageIcon.png This game has a hidden developer message.
CopyrightIcon.png This game has hidden developer credits.
TextIcon.png This game has unused text.
LevelSelectIcon.png This game has a hidden level select.
RegionIcon.png This game has regional differences.

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A port of the Super Nintendo version of the same name.

Level Select

Lost Vikings Level Select.png

Unlike other versions of the game, the GBA version does not have a password system, so a level select code was added in to compensate. To enable it, go to the load game screen and press Left, Right, L, R, Up, Up, Down, Select. The level selector will appear in the sixth (bottom-most) save slot. Do note that this will also enable an invincibility mode. (i.e. You don't die if enemies hit you, but you can still die via other ways.)

Developer Photo

To do:
Figure out who this is.

Lost Vikings GBA Developer Picture.png

At the load game screen, press Left, Right, Up, Down, Left, Right, Select, Select to be greeted by the above developer photo. The only way out is to reset. This code will only work on the European version.

This same picture also appears on the European GBA version of Blackthorne, accessed by the same code.

Developer Comments

At the load game screen, press Down, Up, Down, Up, Down, Up, Up, Select , then press Start during gameplay to cycle through various dialogues from the game instead of the standard "Give Up?" message (though you can still give up as the yes/no menu is only hidden from view). As with the previous code, this will only work on the European version.

Unused Text

The passwords from the SNES version can be found at 0x7A6D0. However, since this version doesn't have a password system, they go unused:


An additional password-related string can be found at 0x3593D: