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  • Okay first, grab a drink and a bag of popcorn, 'cause this might be a long explanation. Let me start with telling you about the Action Replay (or AR as it is commonly called). An AR, more specifically the AR DS, is a cheat device for the Nintendo DS. It is meant to enhance game play for the user of the device. The way it enhances game play is through the use of certain code combinations written into its system. Each code combination is for a specific cheat. The combination of the code is written in sixteen digit fashion (i.e. 00000000 00000000). If you were to replace those zeroes with the correct kind of characters, you might get to use it to, as has been said earlier, enhance your game. For instance there's a sixteen digit code that turns all the Pokemon in the game shiny (differently colored). It only works when activated, so if you're worried about permanent game alteration you can stop worrying now. Some cheats are so complicated that they use more than one line of sixteen digit characters. For example: 00000000 00000000 00000000 00000000 00000000 00000000 00000000 00000000 00000000 00000000 Now they don't just take numbers, it's not that kind of code. the AR uses both numbers AND letters in its codes (though to be fair it only uses the beginning numbers and letters, 0-9, A-f etc.). Learn to practice patience when looking online for codes that you want to manually write down into the AR. Some codes are EXTREMELY long and complicated, so you'll have to get used to sitting in one spot. I'll leave the rest up to you. Whether or not you get an AR now is up to you.

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