Up Up Down Down Left Right Left Right B A Start

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Sample code input device.

"Up, Up, Down, Down, Left, Right, Left, Right, B, A, Start Button", originally known as the DaVinci Code, was created by the Nintendo Group in the early 80's. It is the source of all that is good, granting unlimited power and money to all who can master it. It is often confused with its competitor's code "Up, left, left, Down, L1, R1, Up, circle, Square, Down, R2, L3, Triangle, X, R3, Down, L2", which ironically, just changes your hair color.

For years, scientists and mathematicians have been making many attempts at coming up with a better and more efficient code. Both groups agree that "R1, R2, L1, L2, Left, Down, Right, Up, Left, Down, Right, Up" is a code just as valuable. Unfortunately, somebody equipped grenades while performing this code and got everyone in Liberty City fucked over. Christ, the things you'll do for a goddamn bazooka.

Its predeccessor "left foot green, right hand red" twisted minds of people for years before it finally became obsolete. Nintendo took up the challenge and stood up to the plate. Who will be next?

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In 1993, Nintendo was sued by the families of several young men who died in Operation Desert Storm. It was claimed that the young men had believed they would have the ability to procure infinite lives by means of "Up Up Down Down Left Right Left Right B A Start" during the war. It seems this was not the case, however, as an M-16 "doesn't have enough buttons". Nintendo settled out of court for an undisclosed amount of money and quickly began work on Gulf War I to avoid any such confusion in the future.

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