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Which games have “Minus/Glitch Worlds”? [closed]
I've heard that several old NES, SNES, and arcade games have minus/glitch worlds, which can only be accessed by exploiting a bug or glitch in the game's code. I have also heard them referred to as ...
Sep 2 '10 at 16:57
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