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The Goonies II is the sequel to [[The Goonies]]. You, once again play Mikey who is trying to rescue your Goonie friends who have been captured by the Fratellis, but that's where the similarities with the movie stop. For some strange reason, a mermaid named Annie was kidnapped by the Fratellis. The Goonies II features a grander sense of adventure now, as it has a vast assortment of power ups, weapons, and items to collect along with numerous 3D corridors to get lost in. All the the 2D platform action is here as well, now with many more monsters to battle, and a whole bunch of hazards to avoid. The game could have been great, if not for the tediousness of having to search every single room in 11 different ways in order to get all the necessary items.
 
The Goonies II is the sequel to [[The Goonies]]. You, once again play Mikey who is trying to rescue your Goonie friends who have been captured by the Fratellis, but that's where the similarities with the movie stop. For some strange reason, a mermaid named Annie was kidnapped by the Fratellis. The Goonies II features a grander sense of adventure now, as it has a vast assortment of power ups, weapons, and items to collect along with numerous 3D corridors to get lost in. All the the 2D platform action is here as well, now with many more monsters to battle, and a whole bunch of hazards to avoid. The game could have been great, if not for the tediousness of having to search every single room in 11 different ways in order to get all the necessary items.
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==Easy Cheats==
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See the guide on [[Easy Cheats]] to find out how to use these.
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050B - 1F - All weapons
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050E - 63 - Infinite slingshot rocks
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0500 - 09 - Infinite keys
  
 
==North America==
 
==North America==
 
[[File:Goonies II, The.png|256px|right]]
 
[[File:Goonies II, The.png|256px|right]]
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===Memory Addresses===
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0006 - Controller 1 Poll
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0200-02FF - Sprite memory
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0500 - Keys
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0509 - Item flags 1
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+00 - Nothing
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+01 - Helmet
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+02 - Raincoat
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+04 - Running Shoes
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+08 - Jumping Shoes
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+10 - Bulletproof Vest
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+20 - Nothing?
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+40 - Nothing?
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+80 - Nothing?
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050A - Item flags 2
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+00 - Nothing
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+01 - Nothing?
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+02 - Scuba Suit
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+04 - Transceiver
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+08 - Glasses
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+10 - Key
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+20 - Ladder
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+40 - Hammer
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+80 - Candle
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050B - Weapon flags
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+00 - Nothing
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+01 - Yo-yo
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+02 - Slingshot
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+04 - Boomerang
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+08 - Bombs
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+10 - Molotov cocktail
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050C - Equipped shoe
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00 - Normal
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01 - Running
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02 - Jumping
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050E - Slingshot rocks
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0517 - Currently selected weapon
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00 - Yo-yo
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01 - Slingshot
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02 - Boomerang
  
 
===Text===
 
===Text===

Revision as of 18:17, 28 June 2011

The Goonies II is the sequel to The Goonies. You, once again play Mikey who is trying to rescue your Goonie friends who have been captured by the Fratellis, but that's where the similarities with the movie stop. For some strange reason, a mermaid named Annie was kidnapped by the Fratellis. The Goonies II features a grander sense of adventure now, as it has a vast assortment of power ups, weapons, and items to collect along with numerous 3D corridors to get lost in. All the the 2D platform action is here as well, now with many more monsters to battle, and a whole bunch of hazards to avoid. The game could have been great, if not for the tediousness of having to search every single room in 11 different ways in order to get all the necessary items.

Easy Cheats

See the guide on Easy Cheats to find out how to use these.

050B - 1F - All weapons
050E - 63 - Infinite slingshot rocks
0500 - 09 - Infinite keys

North America

Memory Addresses

0006 - Controller 1 Poll
0200-02FF - Sprite memory
0500 - Keys
0509 - Item flags 1
	+00 - Nothing
	+01 - Helmet
	+02 - Raincoat
	+04 - Running Shoes
	+08 - Jumping Shoes
	+10 - Bulletproof Vest
	+20 - Nothing?
	+40 - Nothing?
	+80 - Nothing?
050A - Item flags 2
	+00 - Nothing
	+01 - Nothing?
	+02 - Scuba Suit
	+04 - Transceiver
	+08 - Glasses
	+10 - Key
	+20 - Ladder
	+40 - Hammer
	+80 - Candle
050B - Weapon flags
	+00 - Nothing
	+01 - Yo-yo
	+02 - Slingshot
	+04 - Boomerang
	+08 - Bombs
	+10 - Molotov cocktail
050C - Equipped shoe
	00 - Normal
	01 - Running
	02 - Jumping
050E - Slingshot rocks
0517 - Currently selected weapon
	00 - Yo-yo
	01 - Slingshot
	02 - Boomerang

Text

There are two tables, one for the title screen and one for the in-game text. The character set is quite complete and contains several characters that are not used in the game (a few held over from the Japanese version) I've included every character seen in the American version and a couple others.

Title

00= 
01=0
02=1
03=2
04=3
05=4
06=5
07=6
08=7
09=8
0A=9
0B=A
0C=B
0D=C
0E=D
0F=E
10=F
11=G
12=H
13=I
14=J
15=K
16=L
17=M
18=N
19=O
1A=P
1B=Q
1C=R
1D=S
1E=T
1F=U
20=V
21=W
22=X
23=Y
24=Z
25=,
26=.
35=©
36=™

Game

00= 
01=A
02=B
03=C
04=D
05=E
06=F
07=G
08=H
09=I
0A=J
0B=K
0C=L
0D=M
0E=N
0F=O
10=P
11=Q
12=R
13=S
14=T
15=U
16=V
17=W
18=X
19=Y
1A=Z
1B=0
1C=1
1D=2
1E=3
1F=4
20=5
21=6
22=7
23=8
24=9
25=&
26=>
27=<
28=^
29=v
2A=?
2B=!
2C=-
2D=”
2E=“
2F='
30=,
31=.
32=·
33=–
47=…
48=h