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March 25, 2006

Uncertain Site Future: David Wonn vs. Yahoo! Mail

I am thoroughly disgusted with Yahoo. They ripped me off, and they ripped you guys off in the process. Allow me to explain:

Somewhere between the dates of Feb. 14th and Feb. 18th, Yahoo wiped out all of my e-mails, all my contacts, and so on for no reason whatsoever. Yes, everything is gone, including everything that you guys sent me in the past. Conveniently, my hard drive died the same week, so I have no backup of these e-mails.

I am certain that the problem was caused on Yahoo's end, most likely from some botched "upgrade" that they will never admit to. I have repeatedly tried to explain to them what happened. One of the human beings that contacted me stated that a system-wide roll-out would fix the problem. I have waited and waited and have been very patient with them, but they continue to give me the run-around.

I do not want to turn this site into a personal vendetta against Yahoo. I merely request that they restore the e-mails that they wiped out. I had success with communicating with a decent human being the last time my geocities account acted up, so I can only assume that there is still at least one decent human being over at Yahoo that can fix this problem. Perhaps it is power in numbers that can get their attention.

This is where you come into play, if there is any shred of hope of having future updates to this site. You can contact them through these forms ( http://rd.yahoo.com/reg/ym/persistency/feedback/pst/*http://surveylink.yahoo.com/wix/p0667601.aspx ) and you don't even have to have a Yahoo account. Please be courteous to them (i.e. no vulgar language) if you wish to help out. I thank you in advance, and I sincerely hope that there is still at least one decent human being at Yahoo that will listen and act accordingly.

February 18, 2006

What is up with Yahoo!... again?!

Once again, Yahoo is doing some very strange things. This time, I can log in, but everything is gone for no reason. With that problem and a dead hard drive, it is impossible at the moment to get any real updates going. I hope to get these issues resolved soon.

November 13, 2005

OK, my Yahoo account works now, thanks to the help of a very courteous person at Yahoo. I still do not know how or why it happened, but oh well. Thanks everyone who has been patient. Maybe now would be a good time to back up those e-mails from the past few years....

October 30, 2005

What is up with Yahoo!?!

My Yahoo account has disappeared without a trace! That includes all e-mails in my Yahoo account and the old geocities site as well. I am investigating why this has happened and am highly considering a boycott of all Yahoo's services if this matter is not resolved quickly...

December 27, 2004

Let there be light!

The electricity is back on! The electricity is back on! After being without power and heat for over 66 hours (off and on) since Thursday, it is a welcome sight (pardon the pun) to have things back on. Massive amounts of freezing rain on Wednesday night / Thursday morning have caused numerous trees to collapse due to the sheer weight, which in turn had knocked out many power lines. Temperatures dipped as low as 45°F inside and subzero temperatures outside. It's nice when you no longer have to see your own breath indoors....

So if anyone noticed that Santa arrived late, it's because I had to chisel him out of our indoor Christmas tree with a flashlight on my way to work that morning. Donner and Dancer only reported minor injuries after knocking out some power lines on their way here. Hopefully the power will be on to stay this time, so I can start celebrating Christmas today. Maybe I'll have a few surprises in store in the near future. Happy holidays everyone!

May 18, 2004

Email policy change!

Sorry for the long delays, as life has been a bit busy with work and other things. Please note that I will be testing a new subject-based filter in order to help combat the vast amount of spam that I regularly receive. Please read my new e-mail section to see what you must put in the Subject line for future e-mails. Don't worry about past e-mails; I have them. I will be testing this new filter in the next couple weeks to see how much spam is filtered out. If all goes well, this policy will be official next month, and it will make things much smoother for working on updates (which I know I'm way behind on.) So read the new policy before sending any further e-mails.

October 7, 2003

Finally, I have moved to a more reliable server. The people at kontek.net have graciously allowed me to move to this new location at kontek.net/davidwonn. Thanks guys! Now with this out of the way, I can get back to updates once again. Stay tuned....

May 18, 2003

When it rains, it pours. Without getting into detail, 2003 has been a very bad year with one problem after another. Needless to say, the downtime with the site and the e-mail problems have only been minor annoyances compared to everything else. Anyway, I just wanted to let everyone know that I now have access to this site once again, so you should automatically be redirected to davidwonn.tcgn.net when you come here. Thanks everyone for being patient. Updates may take a while, but they will come.

January 2, 2003

At last, the site is back online at at http://animeglobe.com/davidw. Note that it's davidw instead of davidwonn, otherwise you'll end up at an old mirror. If by some chance you still have the (dead) tcgn address bookmarked, please change it to http://animeglobe.com/davidw. With that out of the way, now I may attempt to catch up on updates. There is more than I can handle at the moment so please bear with me at this time.

December 4, 2002

The tcgn domain has been down much longer than I was lead to believe. If you're actually able to read this, you're one of the lucky few. I have no means of accessing any section of the site in any browser. I definitely want to relocate to another domain as soon as possible. Coincidentally my yahoo e-mail account still randomly acts up, making it impossible to send outgoing messages at times. Since I have no idea if tcgn will ever be back online, you can access an older mirror of my site at http://animeglobe.com/davidwonn. Unfortunately I have no access to it either, so it's stuck in its current condition. You'll have to navigate through the links in the top frame and ignore its attempts to redirect to the (currently) dead tcgn domain. When I find a new host, I'll see if there is any way to automatically redirect this site to the new location. I'll also post a redirect on the old geocities location.

August 15, 2002

I originally planned on updating today, but I have recently been informed (as of a few hours before this update) that there may be some downtime this weekend due to a server upgrade. To avoid complications, I'll postpone the update until next week. I am told that the downtime should not be more than a few days tops.

August 8, 2002

Now that most of my problems with my e-mail account seem to be fixed, I thought I'd try to catch up on some things. Many sections are updated, although I'm still a bit behind. For now, see what's new and updated for Super Mario 64, Paper Mario, Conker's Bad Fur Day, Zelda 5 & 6, SMB3, River City Ransom, Metroid, Mega Man, Advance Wars, Castlevania 2 (GB), Zelda 4, Zelda: Oracle of Ages, Final Fantasy Legend, and Counter-Strike. Also, over 20 people have found the hidden page since I put up the hint last time. Maybe I made it too easy. :-)

July 29, 2002

As of Thursday at around noon, this site reached the 100,000th hit! You know what that means... It's time to unveil the Super Metroid glitch which allows you to beat more than 100% of the game! See the SNES section for details. Also I'll give a hint in regards to the hidden page. Look around in any of the major sections (those are any of the sections you see in the top frame.) Look for a tiny, hidden link. It's not easy to find, but it's safe to say it would be hidden in one of the bigger glitch explanations on the site....

Also I just wanted to point out that I have been having major problems with my yahoo mail account. I'm not certain what's going on at this time, but if Yahoo doesn't fix the problem, I may look into another account. Hopefully I won't have to resort to that. As a result of this and being busy in general, I've been far behind in updates. Chances are if you sent me something and you don't see it yet, don't worry, it will be up soon. Expect to see more major updates to the site soon....

July 4, 2002

The SNES section is now updated with the much-anticipated trick to beat Zelda 3 with just 4 hearts! See what's new for Super Metroid, Mega Man X 1, 2, and 3, Zelda 3, Bubsy in Claws Encounters of the Furred Kind, Donkey Kong Country 1 & 3, and Final Fantasy: Mystic Quest. Due to the increasing size of the SNES section, I have split it up, as I did with the N64 section. More people continue to find the hidden page as well. In other news, as the site approaches its 100,000th hit, I will unveil one of the biggest secrets ever for Super Metroid, based on a glitch I found many years back. It allows you to conquer more than 100% of the game! Stay tuned....

June 27, 2002

The GameCube section is updated again. See what's new in Agent Under Fire, Sonic Adventure 2, Madden 2002, Resident Evil, SSX Tricky, Sega Soccer Slam, Super Smash Bros. Melee, and Luigi's Mansion. Also more people have been finding the hidden page. Next week as I update other sections I will unveil how to beat Zelda 3 with just 4 hearts for the ultimate minimalist quest! This and many more great things will come in the near future as well.

May 30, 2002

At last the remaining sections are up to date! Everything up until a week ago should now be online. The NES, SNES, and GameBoy sections are updated with loads of tricks. See what's new and updated for Super Mario World, Zelda 3, Donkey Kong Country 2, Equinox, Mega Man X2 & X3, Super Metroid, Super Mario Bros., River City Ransom, Castlevania 3, Final Fantasy, Mega Man 3 & 4, Sonic Advance, MKSC, Super Mario Advance, Golden Sun, Castlevania: Circle of the Moon, Zelda 4, Zelda DX, and Zelda: Oracle of Seasons.

May 23, 2002

Finally, some of the long-awaited updates are here! Now that I have access to my pages, I have updated the Nintendo 64, GameCube, and Miscellaneous sections. See what's new and updated for Super Smash Bros. Melee, Tony Hawk's Pro Skater, NHL Hitz 2002, Zelda 6, Pokémon Stadium, Aidyn Chronicles: The First Mage, Tony Hawk Pro Skater 2, Banjo-Kazooie, ISS64, Super Mario 64, Banjo-Tooie, WWF No Mercy, Super Smash Bros., Fighter's Destiny, Sonic 2, Dracula X, Half Life, and Oregon Trail. I should be able to do a much needed update for the NES, SNES, and GameBoy sections next week, barring any unforseen circumstances.

May 2, 2002

Sorry for the downtime everyone. Due to an upgrade of servers on tcgn.net that is out of my hands, the whole domain has been down for nearly a month. Until they bring the new servers online, this will be the temporary location of the page at davidwonn.animeglobe.com. It should eventually return back to davidwonn.tcgn.net. For some reason this server has some odd glitches in it. (You know I must be a glitch magnet when the site has barely been at this location for 24 hours!) ;-) Anyway the glitch is preventing me from seeing the files, even though they do actually exist. It's also preventing me from modifying some pages, so hopefully that will be fixed next week. Fortunately I can modify certain pages and add stuff as well.

In the meantime, enjoy my custom-made designs for Wrecking Crew on the NES. If you have the game, those should keep you occupied at least until next time.

April 4, 2002

At last the long-awaited update of the N64 section is here.... almost. I'm still a few weeks behind due to being busy, but I have at least caught up to that point. See what's new in Jet Force Gemini, Perfect Dark, WWF: No Mercy, Donkey Kong 64, Zelda 5 & 6, Paper Mario, Tony Hawk's Pro Skater 3, Super Mario 64, Conker's Bad Fur Day, Goldeneye, Super Smash Bros., and Star Fox 64. I also added another one of my glitches for the SNES Monopoly game. You can expect more updates for the N64 section and other sections in the next update. Hopefully these will keep you occupied until then.

March 13, 2002

The SNES and GameBoy sections are updated at last. See what's new and updated for Earthbound, Secret of Evermore, Zelda 3, Chrono Trigger, Super Mario RPG, Wanderers From Ys, Monopoly, Super Mario World, Super Metroid, Mega Man Xtreme 2, Super Mario Bros. DX, Pokémon, Metroid 2, Wario Land, Castlevania: Circle of the Moon, Zelda: Oracle of Ages, Zelda 4, Mario Kart: Super Circuit, Bionic Commando: Elite Forces, and Super Mario Advance. Whew, what a mouthful! I'll try to get the N64 section updated soon in another update.

March 7, 2002

I just couldn't resist to update the GameCube and Misc. sections once again. The NES section is upated as well, and I have taken out many non-existent sites in the Links section. Also more people are finding the hidden page. See what's new for Super Smash Bros. Melee, Sonic Adventure 2, Extreme G 3, Snake's Revenge, Double Dragon, Rygar, Mega Man 4, Super Mario Bros. 1 & 3, Omikron: The Nomad Soul, and Dinopark Tycoon. Hopefully those will keep you occupied until I update the N64, SNES, and GameBoy sections next week.

February 27, 2002

After being away from my GameCube for a bit, I naturally got back to playing it once again. Based on this update, it won't take long to guess which game I have been playing. :-) The GameCube and Misc. sections are updated with glitches for Super Smash Bros. Melee, Pikmin, Sonic Adventure 2, Final Fantasy 7, and Total Anihilation. Also more people have been finding the secret page (maybe the hidden Mario 64 video was added incentive). Expect to see plenty of glitches in other sections next week.

January 24, 2002

Finally I'm all caught up! This update is packed with many new and updated glitches. Among the updates, I have discovered more on the infamous stats glitch in Super Smash Bros. Melee. Check out everything for Super Smash Bros. Melee, DK64, Banjo-Kazooie, Jet Force Gemini, Diddy Kong Racing, Banjo-Tooie, Zelda 5 & 6, Smash Bros., Perfect Dark, Super Mario 64, Paper Mario, Duke Nukem 64, Pokémon Stadium, Zelda 3, Pokémon Puzzle Challenge, Mario Kart: Super Circuit, Dragon Warrior Monsters, Pokémon Red/Blue & Gold/Silver, Metroid 2, Reckless Drivin', Aladdin, Gunstar Heroes, and Lion King. Whew, that's a lot! That should keep everyone occupied for a while. I'll be out of town on business next week (yipee, my first business trip), so I probably won't be online at all next week. Let's just say I'll be in a much warmer climate so I can get a break from scraping my car. :-)

January 17, 2002

The NES and SNES sections are updated at last! I have created a text guide for Castlevania in the NES section, which I have also submitted to GameFAQs. See what's new in Super Mario World, Donkey Kong Country 2, Chrono Trigger, Zelda 3, Mega Man 1 & 4, Super Mario Bros. 1 & 3, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, Mickey Mousecapade, and Castlevania 1 & 2. Still another person has found the hidden page as well. Expect a huge update for the remaining sections next week.

January 10, 2002

With a new year already here, it's time to do a little redesigning. First, there is the brand new GameCube section, which will grow as more and more games are released. Also, I have split the N64 section into separate pages since it was getting rather large in HTML alone (over 400 kB!). Due to the split, there may be some resulting bugs, so hopefully I've taken care of them. I have fixed a few errors on some glitch explanations including typos and even wrong contributor names (sorry about that). Lots of other minor revisions have been done here and there, even if they aren't immediately noticeable.

As for glitch updates, see what's new in the GameCube section with Star Wars: Rogue Squadron, Super Monkey Ball, and Super Smash Bros. Melee. Also another person has found the hidden page. Next week, I'll provide a much needed update for the other sections along with other renovations. I'm finally catching up on the emails since I haven't been online much lately, so you can expect a huge update coming up! Hopefully the new GameCube glitches will keep you occupied until then. :-)

December 6, 2001

At last the N64 and SNES sections are updated! I'm still a little behind on updates, so anything I've received in the last week will be part of the next update. Now that the holidays are near, I thought I'd give an early virtual Christmas present. :-) Thanks to Ben Miller, there are now movies of how to get on top of the castle in Super Mario 64 without any stars! Instead of having just one movie and hiding it on the hidden page, there are two separate movies. One is in the N64 section here, and the other one is on the hidden page since it demonstrates the method on that page. This way if you haven't found the hidden page, you won't be left out, and if you have found it, you get a bonus movie. :-) Enjoy!

With all that aside, be sure to check what's new and updated for Zelda 5 & 6, Donkey Kong 64, Tony Hawk, Duke Nukem 64, Perfect Dark, Pokémon Snap, Banjo-Tooie, Diddy Kong Racing, Star Wars Episode I Racer, Super Mario Kart, Donkey Kong Country 1, 2, & 3, Chrono Trigger, Super Mario World 1 & 2, and Bubsy in Claws Encounters of the Furred Kind.

November 29, 2001

The GameBoy, NES, and Misc. sections are updated this time. Check out all the stuff for Super Mario Bros. DX, Pokémon, Zelda 4, Castlevania, Zelda 2, Super Mario Bros. 1, 2, & 3, Mega Man 3, Spear of Destiny, and Castlevania: Symphony Of The Night. I have also updated my Super Mario Bros. DX scores once again. My scores have gone so high, that I earned the Toad Award three times in challenge mode! Next week, I'll update the N64 and SNES sections with loads of glitches, so stay tuned.

October 18, 2001

The NES section is updated at last! See what's new in Super Mario Bros. 1, 2, and 3, Metroid, Paperboy, Ring King, Pro Wrestling, and Mega Man 3. See last week's update for glitches in the other sections. Also my SMB DX scores keep improving. I've passed 4 million points! On a side note, it appears that the AOLIM bot, SmarterChild, has partially fixed their blackjack glitch, but I was able to get around it once more! Next time, I'll update the explanation.

October 11, 2001

It's time for another update packed with glitches! Last time I hinted about a glitch in a blackjack game in AOL Instant Messenger. Now I'm revealing it! I've also been setting some crazy scores in Super Mario Bros. DX. I think you can guess which glitch I use to get some of those scores. :-) As for the new glitches, check out everything in Zelda 5 & 6, Pokémon Red/Blue/Yellow, Pokémon Gold/Silver, Zelda: Link's Awakening, Castlevania: Circle of the Moon, Zelda: Oracle of Seasons, Super Mario Bros. DX, Donkey Kong Country 1, 2, & 3, Pac Attack, Super Mario World, Super Mario All-Stars, Bubsy in Claws Encounters of the Furred Kind, Sonic 2, Command and Conquer: Red Alert 2, Spy Hunter (Arcade), Telestar, Shuffleboard 3D, Zillion (Master System), Wolfenstein 3D, and of course blackjack for AOL Instant Messenger. With all of those, I ran out of time to update the NES section. Stay tuned for some great NES glitches next week, including glitches from all the Super Mario Bros. games and even some from other games with pictures included!

September 27, 2001

Thank you everyone for being patient. There are tons of glitches to add, so where shall I start? First as promised, I'm unveiling the glitch that allows you to get extremely high scores in Super Mario Bros. DX! While you're at it, be sure to check out my latest Super Mario Bros. DX scores in my scores section. Yes, I have over 600,000 points in one course!

As for the glitches, I've updated the N64 and Gameboy / GBA sections. See what's new in Zelda 6, Mario Kart 64, ISS64, Perfect Dark, Super Mario 64, Smash Bros., Diddy Kong Racing, Donkey Kong 64, Pokémon Stadium 2, Pokémon Snap, Mortal Kombat Trilogy, Pokémon Red/Blue/Yellow, Pokémon Gold/Silver, KuruKuru Kururin (GBA), Super Mario Advance (GBA), Zelda: Oracle of Ages, Zelda: Link's Awakening, and of course Super Mario Bros. DX. I'm almost caught up in emails now, so you can expect numerous updates to the SNES, NES, and Misc. sections the week after next week. Until then, I think the current glitches should keep everyone occupied. And if you're bored, send an Instant Message to SmarterChild, an AOLIM bot. You can play games including hangman and blackjack with it. That reminds me, I'll unveil a glitch in its blackjack game as well. :-)

September 12, 2001

In light of the tragedies that have unfolded yesterday and out of respect, I'm postponing an actual site update until next week. My sympathy and prayers go out to the victims and families involved in this chaos as well as the leaders who are investigating this crisis. I hope for a speedy resolve of the situation, and I hope the cowards are brought to justice.

I also wanted to let everyone know that I've been busy lately, but I still have plenty of glitches to add. Next week if things settle down, I'll post a much needed update. Perhaps I'll even include a glitch that leads to some of my insanely high scores in Super Mario Bros. DX as an added bonus, so stick around.

August 2, 2001

As promised, the N64 and SNES sections are up to date and they're loaded! See the new glitches for Perfect Dark, Super Mario 64, Zelda 6, Mario Kart 64, Yoshi's Story, Smash Bros., Star Fox 64, Super Mario World, Zelda 3, Mega Man X2, Mega Man X3, Looney Tunes B-Ball, Super Mario Kart, Donkey Kong Country 1, 2, & 3, Uniracers, Eye of the Beholder, Final Fantasy 3, and Mortal Kombat 2. Phew! I'm exhausted just listing all of that. :-) Also another person has found the hidden page. For NES and Gameboy glitches, see the previous update below.

July 31, 2001

At last the move is complete! I'll be testing it to be sure that there aren't any broken links, but if you find any, feel free to let me know! I have also broken another World Record in Mario Kart 64! My Wario Stadium lap is now 2.59 seconds! You can see this in my scores page. Now that I have more available space, I will add new features to this site, including DexDrive saves where you can race against my Mario Kart ghosts! I'll have other great treats for you Mario Kart fans as well.

As for the glitch updates, I have updated the NES and Gameboy sections. See what's new in Super Mario Bros. 1 & 2, Zelda, Kirby's Adventure, Tetris (NES), Metroid 2, Wario Land 3, and Castlevania: Circle of the Moon. You can expect a ton of glitches for the N64 and SNES sections this week!

July 19, 2001

Just to let everyone know, this site will be moving to a new location soon. I have used up 99% of my space on geocities, so with the move, I'll have more space available. With this added space, I'll be able to do things like upload more Mario Kart movies and other great things you've been waiting for. When this move is complete, you'll see a redirect link on the main page, so you don't have to worry about hunting around for the site. :-)

In Mario Kart news, I lowered the Luigi Raceway shortcut lap World Record a few weeks ago, so my scores page is up to date. I hope to break another World Record in time for the official Twin Galaxies world record book, although time is running short....

June 28, 2001

The N64 page is updated at last. I have also updated some of my scores as well. See what's new in Perfect Dark, Banjo-Kazooie, Conker's Bad Fur Day, Banjo-Tooie, Zelda 5 & 6, and Duke Nukem 64. For the other sections, see last week's update. Stick around as there are plenty more glitches to come!

June 21, 2001

It's been a while since I updated my scores page, and boy do I have a surprise! After a long absence from Mario Kart, I have broken the World Record lap on Luigi Raceway! As a result, this is a good time to update the scores page! If I can master the new technique, you can expect an update in the Mario Kart 64 section whenever that happens. I've also added Super Mario Bros. DX scores to the page as well. I've added a link to the Links section also. With that aside, I'm sure everyone wants to know what's new in the glitch department....

Believe it or not, I'm adding another backward warp for Super Mario Bros. 2! Also take a look at glitches for Super Mario World, Mega Man X2, Super Mario Bros. 2, Mega Man 3 (GB), Pokémon Silver, and Sonic 2. Expect the N64 section to be updated next week.

May 31, 2001

To celebrate the 50,000th hit, I'm unveiling some more Super Mario Bros. 2 glitches that I've been withholding! Now, you'll see how to go backward a level! See what's new in Zelda 5 & 6, Diddy Kong Racing, Duke Nukem 64, Paper Mario, Pokémon, Mega Man 3 & 4 (GameBoy), Donkey Kong Land 3, Zelda 4, SMB2, Sonic 2, and 3D Pinball. I've added a link in the Links section, and I've also updated the Mario Kart page with a movie of the recently de-classified improved version of the Toad's Turnpike shortcut!

On a side note, I've been nominated as one of the greatest video gamers, according to Twin Galaxies. While I don't think I'd compare to arcade legends Billy Mitchell, Chris Ayra, and others, I'm definitely honored by this nomination to be listed on the same page as these guys. Thank you, Twin Galaxies!

May 3, 2001

As promised, the N64 section is up to date. Take a look at all the new stuff for Super Mario 64, Perfect Dark, San Francisco Rush 2049, Conker's Bad Fur Day, Zelda 6, Mortal Kombat Trilogy, Duke Nukem 64, Duke Nukem: Zero Hour, and Paper Mario. There is also a trick for Super Mario RPG, and I have added some tricks of my own for Super Mario Bros. See the previous update below for updates in other sections of the site.

April 30, 2001

After withholding a secret in Mario Kart 64 for 3˝ years, I'm finally going to de-classify the improved method for the Toad's Turnpike Shortcut! See the Mario Kart 64 section for details. Also, you may have noticed on the main page that I put up links to my AOL Instant Messenger screen name. This should provide another means to contact me, although my online hours are rather weird due to the hours I work. Hopefully that can change. :-) As for the glitches, be sure to see what's in store for Zelda 4, Pokémon, Maniac Mansion, Sonic 3, and Sonic 3 & Knuckles. I've added another link in the links section, and still more people are finding the hidden page. Good work, everyone! I'll add plenty of glitches for the N64 this week, so stick around.

March 22, 2001

Just when you thought some glitches had severe impacts, think again! I have finally unveiled a nasty one for Perfect Dark. Seeing is believing. See what's new in Goldeneye, Perfect Dark, Banjo-Tooie, Zelda 6, Paper Mario, Duken Nukem 64, Mortal Kombat 3, Castlevania II, Mega Man 2, Street Fighter II: Special Championship Edition, Sonic 2, and Metal Gear Solid. I also noticed that my secret page was just too easy to find with a Lynx browser, so I patched that just slightly. :-)

February 28, 2001

It's that time once again for more glitches! See what's new in Mario 64, Perfect Dark, Banjo-Kazooie, Donkey Kong 64, Donkey Kong Country, Kirby Super Star, Escape from Monkey Island, and Duke Nukem 3D.

On a side note, here is a special treat for all you Mario Kart fans out there! IGN64 has made a section for reader tributes to their favorite N64 games. If you scroll down halfway on their page, you'll see that Adam Kontras sent them this mp3 file. He had to censor some stuff out when he used it on his radio show. You just have to love those primitive "beep"s. :-) I believe this clip is what inpired him to set up a local Mario Kart tournament which I won in the summer of 1997. No, I'm not in that particular clip, but I did play against those guys later on. Two of them, along with Adam and myself were in the finals, and it was a blast! I remember his email invitation like it was almost yesterday....

January 31, 2001

Once again, I've found more oddities with The World Is Not Enough. Be sure to check out everything in Zelda 6, Mario 64, Banjo Tooie, Jet Force Gemini, The World Is Not Enough, Kirby's Super Star, Donkey Kong Country 1 & 2, Super Mario World, Secret of Mana, Zelda 4, Pokémon, Super Mario Bros., Kid Icarus, Escape from Monkey Island, and 3D Pinball for WIndows NT. OK, that was a mouthful. Enjoy!

January 10, 2001

I always seem to be running out of time to complete the updates, but I've written up a few handy text files. Donkey Kong arcade fans will be happy to know that I wrote a strategy guide and sent it to gamefaqs.com . I also have written up some of the long-anticipated cracked passwords for River City Ransom which cause weird effects in the game. Hopefully those two updates will keep you guys occupied until I update more sections in the upcoming weeks. :-)

December 31, 2000

The N64 section is updated this time. Once again, I think I have gone overboard with the glitches in Perfect Dark! You won't believe what's there until you see it. Be sure to check out everything for Perfect Dark, Zelda 6, Banjo-Tooie, Duke Nukem 64, and Duke Nukem: Zero Hour. More people are finding the hidden page, and I have also added a link to the Links page. Next week I'll update the other sections of this site.

November 16, 2000

At last, the next Bond game is here, and of course that means I had to find some glitches for it. :-) Check out everything new in The World is Not Enough, Perfect Dark, GoldenEye, Zelda 6, Blast Corps, San Francisco Rush 2049, Pilotwings 64, Super Mario RPG, Super Mario World, Donkey Kong Country, River City Ransom, Trolls on Treasure Island, and Metroid 2. Have fun with these!

October 2, 2000

The N64 section is now updated! See all the glitches in Perfect Dark, Mario Kart 64, Excitebike 64, Star Fox 64, Mario 64, Smash Bros., Pilotwings 64, Donkey Kong 64, WWF Warzone, Diddy Kong Racing, San Fransisco Rush 2049, and Zelda 64. The links have been updated as well. If you're looking for glitches in the other systems, be sure to see the previous update below.

September 28, 2000

At last, the glitches are back! If you happen to stumble upon sites that still link to the turokcave site, please inform them that I'm back on geocities. Thanks. See what's new in Super Mario World 1 & 2, Zelda 3, Mega Man X, Pokémon, Kirby's Dream Land 2, Wario Land 2, DX-Ball 1 & 2, Cruisin' Exotica, Sonic 2, and A Boy and his Blob. The N64 section will be updated this weekend, so be sure to stick around.

September 13, 2000

Due to circumstances beyond my control, I am forced to move my page back to the old location. I asked the guys at n64shooters.com (owners of turokcave) what was going on. Evidently all of turokcave is shut down indefinitely. Unfortunately I have no means of accessing the turokcave domain, so I cannot make it redirect back here. Please spread the word that this page is now located here at www.geocities.com/TimesSquare/Maze/7751 or preferably www.geocities.com/davidwonn since the name is shorter and easier to remember. I am currently in the process of transferring what I had at turokcave over to here, so please bear with me at this time. If all goes well, you can expect updates coming soon, just a couple weeks from now.

August 24, 2000

As promised, the N64 section is now updated. Have I gone overboard with the Perfect Dark glitches? You be the judge. :-) Aside from Perfect Dark, there are new glitches for Mario 64, FIFA Soccer, Mario Kart 64, Super Smash Bros., Donkey Kong 64, Zelda 64, Goldeneye, Mario Golf, and Mortal Kombat Trilogy. Also some links have been added, and more people continue to find the hidden page. Don't forget to see last week's update below for updates in the other sections.

August 17, 2000

It's been a while since I have posted some of my own NES and SNES tricks, so I decided to write up a few of my old tricks for your viewing pleasure. :-) I ran out of time testing out a bunch of stuff, so I'll have the N64 glitches up next week. In the meantime, be sure to check out all the new stuff in the other sections for Super Mario World, Super Metroid, Mortal Kombat 2, Super Mario Kart, Donkey Kong Country, A Boy and his Blob, Captain Comic, Rescue Rangers, Super Mario Bros., Zelda 4, Wario Land, Pokémon, and DX-Ball. Also more people have found the hidden page.

Next week, you'll see tons of great tricks for the N64, including Perfect Dark, Mario 64, FIFA Soccer, Mario Kart 64, Super Smash Bros., Donkey Kong 64, Zelda 64, Goldeneye, and more!

July 13, 2000

The Perfect Dark glitches strike again! Every major section has been updated, so be sure to check them all out. See what's new on Perfect Dark, Super Mario 64, Goldeneye, Zelda 64, Duke Nukem 64, Duke Nukem: Zero Hour, Mario Party 2, Silicon Valley, Shadows of the Empire, Pilotwings 64, Super Mario RPG, Life Force, Sonic 1 & 2, Pokémon, Super Mario Land 2 & 3, Tetris, Zelda 4, and Dragon Warrior Mosters. Also, Cl0vis15 has sent another story. There should be enough glitches to keep everyone occupied until next time. :-)

June 15, 2000

I couldn't wait any longer to bring out more Perfect Dark glitches! And even more are on their way! Be sure to see all the new glitches for Perfect Dark, Zelda 64, Duke Nukem 64, V8: Second Offense, Diddy Kong Racing, Mortal Kombat 3, Zelda 3, Grand Theft Auto, A Nightmare on Elm Street, Blaster Master, and Monster Party. Have fun!

May 30, 2000

Perfect Dark is here and you know what that means... bring on the glitches! Be sure to check out all the glitches for Perfect Dark, Goldeneye, Mario 64, Duke Nukem 64, Zelda 64, WWF Attitude, Body Harvest, Yoshi's Story, and Zelda 3 & 4. I have updated my scores that I set this month in Super Mario Kart, and I have fixed many links. More glitches for Perfect Dark will be coming as soon as I find the time to write the explanations. :-)

April 27, 2000

Check out the new glitches for Zelda 64, Smash Bros., Mystical Ninja, DK64, Mario 64, WCW Revenge, Tony Hawk's Pro Skater, Secret of Mana, Wario Land, Donkey Kong Land 3, and the return of the SMB and SMB2 glitches. Also more people continue to find the hidden page as well.

On a side note, this year's equinox trick lasted from 2:00 a.m. Monday, March 20, 2000 to 8:00 p.m. Saturday, April 22, 2000. That's right, I had an egg stand on its end for more than a month!

March 23, 2000

Once again, I'm busting out more secret glitches for DK64, including how to reach the Banana Fairy and the secret room with any character. You can also access all sorts of stuff from the beginning of the game that you never thought would be possible. And we're just scratching the surface. :-) Also be sure to check out other glitches for Donkey Kong 64, Zelda 64, Smash Bros., Donkey Kong Country, Final Fantasy III, Chrono Trigger, Wario Land, Pokémon, Super Mario Bros., Metroid, Microsoft Golf, Final Fantasy 8, and Tenchu.

Oh yeah, remember that Equinox egg trick from last year? Well, so far this year I already have some eggs still standing as of Sunday night, so I've already broken last year's record for the number of consecutive hours that an egg has stood on its end. And just when you thought you'd seen enough, in the next update I will unveil more secrets of Super Mario Bros. 2! Stay tuned.

Febrary 24, 2000

It's time to reveal the location of the hidden room in Donkey Kong 64! Be sure to check out all the major sections, since there are more glitches in this update than ever before! You'll find numerous glitches for Donkey Kong 64, Harvest Moon 64, Super Mario 64, Diddy Kong Racing, Banjo-Kazooie, Yoshi's Story, Pokémon Snap, Rainbow Six, Mario Kart 64, Duke Nukem 64, WWF Attitude, Goldeneye, Mortal Kombat 4, AeroFighter's Assault, Super Mario World, Donkey Kong Country, Zelda 3, Secret of Mana, Mega Man X, Super Mario Bros. 2, Zelda 2, Link's Awakening, Pokémon, Pac-Man, Worms Armegeddon, and Skifree. Also take a look at many new photos online for Mario 64, Ultimate Mortal Kombat, and Donkey Kong Country. Stay tuned for more wild glitches in upcoming updates for Donkey Kong 64 and other games. The glitches just keep rolling in! :-)

January 20, 2000

With a new millenium brings a new structure for the page. After hearing several people mention how it's been increasingly difficult to find a specific game, I've decided it's time to reorganize things a bit. I have alphabetized the titles of the games in each of the major Nintendo sections, making it much easier to find what you are looking for. In the Misc. section I have grouped the games by various game systems. In addition I have included a new feature at the top of the pages so that you can quickly jump to a game title by first letter. This should make it much easier to navigate the site now.

Not only is the page reorganized, but I've added loads of new gltiches. If you enjoy Donkey Kong 64, you'll be in for a real treat. :-) Plus I've added a trick for Mario 64, as I stated last time. Be sure to check out all the glitches for DK64, Mario 64, Zelda 64, GoldenEye, Resident Evil 2, Rush 2, Secret of Mana, Super Mario World, Kirby's Adventure, A Nightmare on Elm Street, GBC Mario Golf, and Super Mario Land 2. I've updated the links section once again, more people are finding the hidden page, Cl0vis15 has added another story, and there are also some photos of the morphing glitch in DKC2!

In another update I will unveil even more of the strangest glitches in DK64. The secret room is just the beginning of what's to come so stay tuned....

December 23, 1999

Just in time for the holidays, this update is packed with enough glitches to keep everyone occupied into the next millenium! (I always wanted to say that.) :-) Donkey Kong 64 is here, and you know what that means... bring on the glitches! Check out everything for DK64, Mario Kart 64, GoldenEye, Smash Bros., Mystical Ninja, Duke Nukem 64, South Park 64, Yoshi's Story, Zelda 2, 3, and 4, Donkey Kong Country, Mortal Kombat, Secret of Mana, Harvest Moon, and Metroid 2. I've also revised some credit on a few older glitches and corrected a few typos here and there. A couple others have also found the secret page. In the next update, you'll see more DK64 glitches that I'm working on, a new trick in Mario 64, and more!

November 3, 1999

As promised, I have updated the Mario Kart 64 shortcuts page! You can now learn some very complex shortcuts including how to reach the spiral in Rainbow Road, as well as the recently unclassified Yoshi Valley lap skip version 2.0! Yes, you heard it right! I've also added several old emails that have forever changed the history of Mario Kart 64!

If you're looking for glitch updates, please be sure to see last week's update below.

October 28, 1999

Remember my infamous glitch in Mario 64 that lets you race Koopa the Quick in Zero Seconds? Well, I've done it once again... this time in the rematch! Also be sure to check out many great glitches for Banjo-Kazooie, Zelda 64, Mario 64, Mario Golf, Donkey Kong Country 1 & 2, Secret of Mana, Super Mario World, Zelda 3, Kirby's Dream Course, Super Caslevania IV, Mario's Time Machine, and Secret of Evermore. I've updated some links as well as some of my Mario Kart 64 scores. If you are wondering why my lap scores are so low in Yoshi Valley and Rainbow Road, then you'll want to stay tuned next week when I update the Mario Kart 64 shortcuts section! :)

September 30, 1999

Sorry about the lack of updates lately, as I now have a new job with long night shifts, and I have been busy with other things as well. Anyway, on with the updates: Check out all the major sections for glitches and tricks for GoldenEye, Smash Bros., Zelda 64, Mario Kart 64, WWF Warzone, Mortal Kombat, Lufia 2, Kriby Super Star, Super Mario World, Wave Race (GB), Battle Chess, Nanosaur, Mega Man 6, and Super Mario Bros. 2 once again! Cl0vis15 has sent another story, another link has been added, and a few others have found the secret page. Whew! Just ran out of breath. Enjoy!

August 24, 1999

Email address change!

Just to let everyone know, I am changing email accounts since I can no longer keep my hotmail account under 2MB. The new email address is davidwonn@yahoo.com. Please make note of this! I plan on sticking with this email address from now on.

OK, now for the glitches: Several updates and new glitches have been added for GoldenEye, Blast Corps, Pokémon Snap, Pokémon Pinball, Super Mario RPG, Uniracers, Super Mario Bros. 1 & 2, Sonic, and Minesweeper. There's also another Mario Story for you to check out, and I've fixed up some links. More people have found the hidden page as well. I just bought Blast Corps last month and Super Smash Bros. last week. It's amazing what glitches can be found within just 48 hours of owning these two games. :)

July 25, 1999

Update overhaul time! If you've been waiting for more glitches, the wait was worth it! Let's see if I can summarize the massive updates. Check out glitches and tricks for Blast Corps, MK4, GoldenEye, SMB Deluxe (GB), Ultimate MK3 (SNES), Chrono Trigger, Super Empire Strikes Back, Mega Man 3, Bionic Commando, Super Mario Bros., Mega Man ASM, R-Type, Worms Armegeddon, and Mega Man X4. There's also been a fix on a previous Pokémon glitch, some great photos for Bionic Commando and the huge Zelda 3 glitch, more people have been added to the list of secret page hunters, and there's also a little Mario story for your reading enjoyment. Whew! I hope I didn't miss anything! If you're not already lost in the updates, just check every section since there's bound to be something that will appeal to everyone's tastes. Enjoy!

July 10, 1999

This web site is now one year old as of Wednesday! So many things have happened in just one year. I'm very pleased to see how much this site has grown in many areas, including size, content, and recognition. With the one year anniversary, I plan on expanding this site and adding new sections along the way. So be on the lookout in the next few updates for certain Mario Kart related sections and possibly some other things. I might even think of launching another site on the side to see how it goes, but it won't interfere with this site in any way.

Let's talk about updates: First, there are new glitches in the N64 section for GoldenEye, Mortal Kombat Trilogy, and Mortal Kombat 4. In the Miscellaneous section, I have found a way to beat Windows Minesweeper in one second! And yes, it's due to a glitch, not a hack! I've also added a new Etc. section in order to put up links to other sections of this site. Some of these sections have been around for a while, and some are brand new. I have put up some level designs for Wrecking Crew on the old NES, which can be found in that section as well. Depending on demand, I may continue to add several levels for anyone who wants to try to beat them. I also have a list of people who have found the hidden page. Who knows, maybe you can be the next one on the list!

June 27, 1999

Once again, this is another glitch-packed update. Check out some great tricks for GoldenEye, Mario 64, Turok 2, Secret of Mana, Uniracers, Pokémon, Game & Watch Gallery 2, Rygar, Speed Racer, and Police Quest III. Whew, what a mouthful! Another link has been added as well. Oh yes, in addition to revealing more GoldenEye "strategies", I am once again revealing more glitches for Super Mario Bros. 2! And this is just the beginning. :)

June 13, 1999

Check out the glitches for various platforms. Lots of new tricks and glitches have been sent in for Star Wars: Episode I Racer, Super Smash Bros., Pokémon (again), and Kid Icarus. I've also decided to unveil another one of Super Mario Kart's great tricks. Enjoy!

June 9, 1999

The move to turokcave is finally complete! I just performed some tests to make sure that everything still works. Hopefully there won't be any broken links or broken images. You may notice an ad banner at the top of the pages. I do not make a single dime from these ads, but the revenue from these ads will enable the turokcave domain to stay alive. So you may want to click some of the ads sometime. I find this to be less annoying than having pop-ups and watermarks on the page, so I think the tradeoff is well worth it. Plus I will have virtually unlimited space, which means virtually unlimited glitches! I will have more glitches up this weekend.

May 31, 1999

Wow! So many things have been going on that I don't know where to begin. Yes, there are more glitches this time! First, I should point out that this may be the final update on geocities. But wait, I'm not leaving! In fact this page will be hosted on another server soon. Once I get all of this web site moved to the new location, you'll see the new address on the main page, and you should be redirected there automatically.

So what does this move mean? For me, it means I will have virtually unlimited web space! This means that I will finally get to work on that old Mario Kart 64 movie that I was talking about a while back. For you, this means you'll see more of the same great quality glitches you've come to love! Plus the address of the page will be shorter and easier for you guys to remember!

OK, let's talk about the updates: There are many great tricks to check out in Beetle Adventure Racing, Tetris (GB), Zelda (GB), Pokémon, Power Blade (NES), Quest III, and Space Quest 6 (both in misc. section).

That's not all! I have written up a (little) report about my experience with playing the N64 on 4TVs! You can click here to read it. Oh and there's one more piece of news that will once again come as a surprise to the Mario Karting community. Check out my latest score in Super Mario Kart! It's a new landmark!

May 4, 1999

Again, this update isn't glitch-related, but I wanted to spread the word about an event coming this Friday. I might be on radio! Adam Kontras is a local Columbus, OH radio deejay and was host of the local Mario Kart 64 tournament that I was in back in the summer of '97. He has a way to play Mario Kart 64 so that it splits the signal onto 4 TVs! He will be showing this off this Friday, so I plan to be there to check out how fun this will be! If any of you have RealAudio, you can tune into his show by going to www.cd101.com and following the RealAudio link. His show is on from 12:00 midnight to 6:00 a.m. Eastern Daylight Time. Check it out if you get a chance!

I should mention that some of the content on his show has somewhat of a mature humor to it, just to let you know in advance.

It looks like it is time once again for me to dust off my Mario Kart 64 game for the first time in over half a year! Hopefully I'll once again get to show off my shortcuts that made me famous in the Mario Karting community! :)

May 1, 1999

I need to inform everyone that hotmail is currently having some MAJOR problems. I have been having difficulties accessing my account, so please bear with me if I am getting behind on emails. I have talked with other hotmail users, and they are experiencing similar problems, so there is definitely something wrong on hotmail's end. I really don't want to do this, but I am seriously considering getting a new email account if the gurus at hotmail can't get their act together ASAP. I will make an announcement if and when I indeed decide to get a new email account. I'll have more glitches and stuff in the next update.

April 25, 1999

Yes, it's time once again for another glitch-packed update! Check out glitches for Super Mario 64, GoldenEye, Pokémon (of course), Rugrats Movie, Super Mario World, FF3, Simon's Quest, and more! Whew, what a mouthful. Oh yeah, remember when I said that even some Pong clones have glitches? You guessed it, they're up now. :) Enjoy!

April 18, 1999

I have added some more links and made a few more corrections here and there. I'm also experimenting with the idea of adding backgrounds for some of the major sections of the page. I've already included a Pac-Man maze background in the Miscellaneous games section. My opinion on background images is that they should never interfere with your ability to read the text of the page. Check it out and see what you think. If you're looking for glitches, see Friday's update. I'll have plenty more up sometime this week as well.

April 16, 1999

If you're looking for more glitches, you're in for a treat! There are a bunch of glitches added for Zelda 64 and Turok 2. Also check out what's in store for games on other systems like Harvest Moon, SMB3, Double Dragon, and even a few miscellaneous PC games as well. Several typos and other minor things have been fixed as well.

April 10, 1999

Big news everyone! For those who haven't already found out, this site has been awarded Web Page of the Month by World-of-Nintendo.com! I truly consider it a high honor to be listed with other great sites, such as the former N64HQ.com, which was one of the greatest N64 sites ever. To those of you newcomers who came here from World-of-Nintendo.com (there are a lot of you), I'd like to officially welcome you. It is my guarantee that you'll see some glitches unlike anything you've ever seen before... or your money back! Oh wait a minute, there is no charge to see this content. Doh!

In other news, I've just received the 10,000th hit on Thursday! This of course means one thing... I'm revealing the big Zelda glitch! Go to the SNES section to see it, or just click here to find out how to do it.

I plan to have other updates up soon, but I wanted to get this Zelda glitch out right away since I wasn't able to get it out yesterday. So in the mean time, enjoy the Zelda 3 glitch!

March 31, 1999

This update is packed with glitches on different platforms! Check out what's in store for Zelda 64, Turok 2, Nightmare Creatures 64, Super Punchout, Mega Man 2, and of course Pokémon. I just borrowed Duke Nukem 64 for the first time, and I'm already discovering stuff for it as well! Oh, and here's a little something non-video game related involving the equinox. The Equi-what, you say? Click here to find out more about it and see how I can balance 17 eggs on end!

March 13, 1999

Frames are here! I just taught myself recently how to use them, so hopefully everything will look alright. I've tested this out on a variety of different versions of Netscape and Internet Explorer, and I've heard that it looks the same on AOL's browser and WebTV. I've also tested it on different resolutions, including 640 * 480 and 800 * 600. But don't worry if you're using an old "frames-impaired" browser, because obviously you're still able to read this! If any of you prefer the site without frames, I've made it possible to view it the old way by clicking the "No Frames" link.

Now onto the tricks, as I'm sure everyone has been waiting. Zelda (64) fans will enjoy several great glitches to try out, including ways to push blocks through walls, and even a way to make Link fall through walls, just to name a few! Also Pokémon fever still continues with more great tricks. If this continues, I may just have to get the game myself! There are also glitches for FFIII and Ghostbusters that you may want to check out as well.

I'm off for jury duty next week, so I may not be online as much. But don't worry, I'm going to get that Zelda III data-restore glitch written up soon as a reward when this site reaches 10,000 hits! Thanks everyone for your continuing visits and your patience as I try to update as often as I can, even though I tend to be busy.

Oh here's one more thing you might be interested in reading. This is one of my letters I have received from Nintendo Of America. This one in particular is in regards to the Rambi glitch that I discovered. I wasn't sure where to put it on my site, so you can read it by clicking here.

February 20, 1999

Mario Party is here! I have already found a way to increase your winnings if you don't have enough players. There's some new stuff for Zelda, GoldenEye and Pokémon, as well as a few updates to some old tricks, so be sure to see what has changed. I have some new sections as well including some of my scores and a complete weapon analysis for GoldenEye, which compares how powerful each weapon is.

January 22, 1999

I'm back once again! I haven't been online much and haven't been able to play a whole lot of games due to work and other things. Also, geocities is really messed up right now, thus it is difficult to update my pages. Hopefully geocities will fix their problems soon.

Now let's talk about updates. All you Zelda fans will love what's in store. Be sure to check out the many great Zelda tricks for the N64. Also there are some tricks for Warzone, Rogue Squadron, SMB3, and Pokémon.

December 31, 1998

The Nintendo 64 section has finally been updated. Check out what has been sent in for Super Mario 64 and Rogue Squadron. I have found a glitch for Zelda 64 which allows you to hold a shorter Deku Stick that doesn't break! It's almost 1999 as I am writing this, so I'd like to get this update done just before the new year. Happy New Year everyone!

I'd also like to thank Cl0vis15 for his many contributions to this site. He's been a great help in bringing in glitches, especially in the GameBoy and Miscellaneous sections. Even though he says he's running out of glitches, I have a feeling we haven't seen the last of him yet. I plan on bringing out some of the big glitches for 1999 so stay tuned....

December 12, 1998

It looks like Pokémon fever still continues with some more tricks sent in. There is also a trick sent in for FireHawk on the NES as well. I have added yet another one of my old Rambi glitches for DKC. And if you guys like 2 player Tetris on the GameBoy as much as I do, you'll love the neat things you can do if you play around with the game link...

December 5, 1998

In case you guys are wondering what happened to me, well let's just say that a certain game starting with a "Z" has kept me occupied for a while, at least when I'm not so busy with work. I'm taking my good ol' time on Zelda, getting a few hours to play here and there. If you don't already have this game, good luck finding it! The game is simply amazing, and I plan on beating it without any help or tips, which is the way the game is meant to be played.

Now for the updates to this site: Some tricks have been sent in for Star Fox 64, Dig Dug, and Pokémon, so be sure to try them out. I have included some old Mario Kart 64 glitches which will hopefully keep you guys occupied since I haven't done much with the Mario Kart video yet. (Again, some game starting with a "Z" has mysteriously taken my time away) I sent some of these tricks across the Net ages ago, but there are a few others that you might not have seen (or heard) before.

November 14, 1998

I'm back! Check out some tricks sent in for some Intellivision games and Mr. Do for the arcade. I have also added a bunch of great glitches and tricks for Ikari Warriors that will make the game more enjoyable. I've done some more maintenance and have fixed some links once again.
(Man, some people really do move around too much) I'm trying to keep up with your site movements, Kevin :)
And now it's time to reveal what I've been up to...

As a final gift to the Mario Kart community, I am going to make movies of the major shortcuts! Several shortcuts have never been made into movie format, so somebody's got to do it, and it might as well be me. I would like to thank Ken Mowbray in advance for helping me convert the Mario Kart shortcuts into .avi format. This is a work in progress, and I'm still working on the details (like whether or not I can fit them all on this web site with 11 Megs as my limitation). I'll keep you guys posted as this project progresses.

November 10, 1998

The last couple weeks have been awfully busy for me so I haven't had much time to be online. This site is still alive and I will make several updates soon. I am also planning something special for all you Mario Kart fanatics out there. I'll reveal more about this in the next update. For now, let's just say it's big.

October 26, 1998

Many sections have been updated and a few tricks have been revised due to typos. Many more photos have been included, thanks to redslime. Be on the lookout for more in the next update as well. I've included separate sections for some photos so that it won't slow down the loading of the major sections too much. The links have been updated, and I've done some general maintenance to this site. Check out another trick for Pokémon and Star Fox 64 as well as some glitches that I've added for Q*Bert on the Atari 2600. I am also working on adding some new sections for this site, so keep your eyes peeled.

October 18, 1998

Check out the many glitches that have been added. Turok, MK Mythologies, Star Fox 64, Banjo-Kazooie Pokémon, Zelda (GB), Mega Man 3, and Crystalis all have some more tricks that have been sent in. Oh yeah, and guess which game I have added more tricks to. It starts with "Super" and ends with "2". Surprised? Nah, I didn't think so. ;)

October 10, 1998

All of the major sections have been updated so be sure to look around. There are some more tricks sent in for DKC1, DKC3, Turok, Pokémon, After Burner, and Gauntlet. And yes (you guessed it), I have put up some more tricks and stuff for Super Mario Bros. 2! I'd also like to give thanks to redslime for making some screen shots of some of my glitches! I've also fixed a typo in my Simon's Quest password.

September 30, 1998

Can you believe the N64 is now 2 years old? I must say that those 2 years have been great so far, and I can't wait for upcoming games like Zelda 64. Anyway, some glitches have been added for Gauntlet and Turok. I have also added some more glitches for Super Mario Bros. 2. You can expect to see many more for that game in the near future. Also, I am planning on something big. I can't say exactly what it is yet, but believe me, it is big....

September 20, 1998

The GameBoy section has been long overdue for updates so I've added a glitch for Zelda as well as some sent in for Harvest Moon and Donkey Kong. There are many other updates as well including glitches for Maniac Mansion on the NES and some GoldenEye tricks on the N64. I'm also in the process of adding more links as well. So make sure to check everything out. :)

September 14, 1998

I have dug up some more pieces of the former N64HQ from my cache files including the explanations of why the former great site went down. You can click here to go to the N64HQ pages.

September 12, 1998

I've added some tricks for Super Mario World which allow you to double your gaming pleasure by having two of anything including TWO Yoshis! I've also added my trick for freezing up Goldeneye at will. The links to other pages now have a separate section, and I plan to continue making changes here and there.

September 4, 1998

Many updates have been added to this site. Be sure to check out each section while you're here. There are tricks for FFIII, Banjo-Kazooie, After Burner, Berzerk, and the original Metroid. Other minor changes have occurred as well, some of which are intentional, and others that aren't. Expect to see more updates soon.

August 23, 1998

Check out the tricks I have put up for the original Metroid! You can get Invincibility, Infinite Missiles, all power-ups, and beat the game in just a matter of minutes. But best of all, like the other tricks on this page, no game enhancers are needed! You may be surprised at what is possible when you attempt to eject a game while the power is still on....

August 20, 1998

I hate to have to break the bad news, but the Mario Kart 64 tournament is canceled. :-( I was looking forward to playing against some of the nation's best karters, but not enough people can make it. Maybe someday when the timing is right, it will happen. Now that this is out of the way, I can go back to updating this site once again as usual.

August 19, 1998

I know it's been a week since the last update, but the reason is that I'm busy preparing to host the national Mario Kart 64 tournament this weekend. If you are one of the people who expressed an interest in attending, please RSVP ASAP so that I can give you directions and so that I can get an idea of how many people to expect. I have added a totem pole glitch for Star Fox 64. I plan to put up some more Mario glitches soon.

August 12, 1998

I have a fully cracked set of passwords for the original Tecmo Bowl on the NES. Now with it, you can choose any final scenario you wish including same team match-ups, as well as access 4 extra teams! Another trick for Mario 64 has been sent in which allows Mario to fall safely in places where you might not expect.

August 6, 1998

The Miscellaneous section is finally up as well! This section will be devoted to games across various platforms spanning all eras from Pong to modern games. Depending on how well this section does, I may eventually split it up into other sections. More people have found the hidden page since the last update.

July 31, 1998

The GameBoy section is finally up! I have put up some glitches for SML2 including one way to corrupt game data. I have also put up some glitches that were sent in for GoldenEye 007. Someone else has now found the hidden page as well.

July 29, 1998

Only one person has found the secret page so far, but nobody has legitimately found it yet. I have added some tricks for Simon’s Quest on the NES, including a cracked password and weird glitches. I’ve also added quotes in a separate page.

July 26, 1998

You can improve your jumping skills in SMB2 with several tricks that I have put up. Expect to see several more updates to this game since it has more glitches than any other video game that I know of. :) I have also decided to go ahead and put up the hidden page. See if you can find it. Good luck!

July 25, 1998

Several tricks for the N64 and SNES sent in by others have been added. I may put up a hidden explanation for a certain trick in Super Mario 64 in another update. I plan to update the NES section in the next update.

July 19, 1998

I have put up some of my old tricks for Super Mario 64 which allow you to kill Mario in some rather strange ways. I have also included a trick for yet another SNES game that I haven't played. The links are updated as well.

July 15, 1998

I've added a few tricks sent in by other people for some games that I haven't played, but I'm sure that many of you will be more than willing to try them out for me. :-) I have a few more links up now as well. I've also added my technique for getting on top of the castle in Super Mario 64 without getting any stars! You may also notice a few minor changes to this site. I will add more glitches to some Mario games in my next update.

July 12, 1998

First, I'd like to thank everyone for all the feedback I've received so far. I'm quite amazed with this site's success so far. I never dreamed I'd get more than 80 hits in just the first 24 hours! I've had a very busy week, and on top of that my ISP has been acting really strange, so it's been nearly impossible trying to connect. Anyway I have added some of my old tricks, including a glitch in Battle Mode for the original Super Mario Kart as well as how to race Koopa the Quick in Zero Seconds! I plan to add some more tricks in my next update as well as update the links.

July 7, 1998

I finally have a web page! I know that I've talked about it for quite some time, but once my OSU access had expired last November, I wasn't sure what to do. Now that I'm back, I'm ready to unleash some of the biggest secrets in video games. I'm really looking forward to seeing how this site does since this is the first time I've ever created a web site! It might not look so flashy yet since my HTML knowledge is limited to what I've studied from looking at other web sites, but in time I hope this site will be a success! I really want to get some feedback so that I know how to improve this site.

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