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Firepower 2000 ROM

Firepower 2000 rom

The Firepower 2000 ROM is available to play for Super Nintendo Entertainment System (SNES). This game is the US English version and can be played using the BSNES or HIGAN (SNES) Emulator on Windows, Mac, Linux, Android and IOS devices.

About

Super SWIV (Firepower 2000 in the US) is a top-down shoot ’em up released for the Super Nintendo Entertainment System in 1992. It was released as Mega SWIV on the Mega Drive in 1994. It is the sequel to the 1991 game SWIV. It was followed by SWIV 3D in 1996.

Additional Information

The game’s story involves a secret underground race on an island in the Atlantic Ocean which has stolen top military vehicles and equipment from around the world and built powerful war machines from them. Military and intelligence officials of major countries detect them, but are afraid that they will be unable to prepare against an assault by this underground race.

They send the player character in to infiltrate their base and destroy them. Players can control either a helicopter or a jeep. The helicopter is not stopped by obstacles but the jeep can fire in any direction. There are nine weapons (five permanent, four short-lasting specials) the player can pick up along the way. You’ve got to take the wheel of a jumping, whirling, gun-heavy jeep that fires in any direction. Or master the controls of a deadlyfast, missile-loaded helicopter.

Both war machines have special capabilities. Both change into different vehicles on certain levels. It’s up to you to pick the right weapon. So get ready to collect your flamethrowers, plasma cannons, lasers, guided missiles, nuclear weapons and more. There’s no time to assemble forces — it’s just you or you and a partner going straight into the blazing, blasting heart of enemy territory. Make sure you buckle up. And put your finger on firepower.

File Name

Firepower 2000

Cart Size

463KB

Region

USA

Version

1.0

Developer

SCi Games

Genre

Scrolling shoot'em up

Platform

Super Nintendo Entertainment System (SNES)

Release Date

November 1992

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List of Game Genie Codes for Firepower 2000

  1. Start At Level 2
    D4B3-1764
  2. Start At Level 3
    D7B3-1764
  3. Start At Level 4
    D0B3-1764
  4. Start At Level 5
    D9B3-1764
  5. Start At Level 6
    D1B3-1764
  6. Start With 1 Life
    DF69-1DAF
  7. Start With 2 Lives
    D469-1DAF
  8. Start With 3 Lives
    D769-1DAF
  9. Start With 5 Lives
    D969-1DAF
  10. Start With 7 Lives
    D569-1DAF
  11. Start With 10 Lives
    DC69-1DAF
  12. Start With 15 Lives
    DE69-1DAF
  13. Start With 25 Lives
    FB69-1DAF
  14. Start With 50 Lives
    7469-1DAF
  15. Start With 75 Lives
    0869-1DAF
  16. Start With 100 Lives
    1069-1DAF
  17. Infinite Lives
    8263-4DDF
  18. Start With Bullet Strength At 3
    D765-146F
  19. Start With Bullet Strength At 6
    D165-146F
  20. Start With Flame Strength At 3
    D761-14DF
  21. Start With Flame Strength At 6
    D161-14DF
  22. Start With Flame Strength At 0
    DD61-14DF
  23. Start With Plasma Strength At 3
    D761-176F
  24. Start With Plasma Strength At 6
    D161-176F
  25. Start With Plasma Strength At 0
    DD61-176F
  26. Start With Laser Strength At 1
    DF65-1FDF
  27. Start With Laser Strength At 3
    D765-1FDF
  28. Start With Laser Strength At 6
    D165-1FDF
  29. Start With Ionic Strength At 1
    DF66-1DDF
  30. Start With Ionic Strength At 3
    D766-1DDF
  31. Start With Ionic Strength At 6
    D166-1DDF
  32. Loss Of Vehicle Does Not Reduce Bullet Strength
    8267-170F
  33. Loss Of Vehicle Does Not Reduce Flame Strength
    826E-470F
  34. Loss Of Vehicle Does Not Reduce Plasma Strength
    826D-170F
  35. Loss Of Vehicle Does Not Reduce Laser Strength
    826F-170F
  36. Loss Of Vehicle Does Not Reduce Ionic Strength
    8264-170F
  37. Bubble Shield Lasts For 4 Seconds
    DF8B-CD07
  38. Bubble Shield Lasts For 8 Seconds
    D48B-CD07
  39. Bubble Shield Lasts For 16 Seconds
    D08B-CD07
  40. Bubble Shield Lasts For 32 Seconds
    D68B-CD07
  41. Bubble Shield Lasts For 64 Seconds
    FD8B-CD07
  42. Bubble Shield On Jeep Lasts Until End Of Level
    C2CB-3FD4
  43. Bubble Shield On Helicopter Lasts Until End Of Level
    C2CF-1464