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15th Jun '16 3:11:46 PM Adept
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* The WebVideo/DesertBusForHope [[https://desertbus.org/live Live page]] uses the Konami Code to unlock a new hidden data panel, which plays a relevant memetic video. Example videos include Desert Bus Killed the Internet Star, {{Caramelldansen}}, [[{{PSY}} Gangnam Style]], etc.

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* The WebVideo/DesertBusForHope [[https://desertbus.org/live Live page]] uses the Konami Code to unlock a new hidden data panel, which plays a relevant memetic video. Example videos include Desert Bus Killed the Internet Star, {{Caramelldansen}}, [[{{PSY}} Gangnam Style]], Music/{{Caramelldansen}}, Music/GangnamStyle, etc.
8th Jun '16 11:18:53 AM Luc
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While the code first appeared in the NintendoEntertainmentSystem version of ''VideoGame/{{Gradius}}'', it became famous for its use in ''VideoGame/{{Contra}}''. Largely because it's generally considered [[NintendoHard a necessity to even have a chance at winning]] in that game.

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While the code first appeared in the NintendoEntertainmentSystem version of ''VideoGame/{{Gradius}}'', ''VideoGame/{{Gradius}}'' [[note]]Originally, it was intended as an aid to debugging the NES port, as the game was ''very'' NintendoHard, and the guy in charge of the port forgot to remove it from the final release[[/note]], it became famous for its use in ''VideoGame/{{Contra}}''. Largely because it's generally considered [[NintendoHard a necessity to even have a chance at winning]] in that game.
4th Jun '16 10:06:22 AM nombretomado
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* The game ''[[Franchise/GundamExpandedUniverse Gundam SEED Destiny: Generation of C.E.]]'' features the "SEED Sense" effect, where starting to watch an attack animation had the chance to prompt you to push one of the PS2 controller face buttons. Doing so had the chance to improve any number of things, and even prevent death automatically at low health an unlimited number of times, as long as you hit the right button. However, starting an attack animation locked you into viewing it, so the game took longer to play and got stale more quickly. How do you get out of the attack animations after using your "SEED Sense," you ask? Push Down, Down, Up, Up, Right, Left, Right, Left, R3, L3, and Start. An inverted Konami code.

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* The game ''[[Franchise/GundamExpandedUniverse Gundam SEED Destiny: Generation of C.E.]]'' features the "SEED Sense" effect, where starting to watch an attack animation had the chance to prompt you to push one of the PS2 [=PS2=] controller face buttons. Doing so had the chance to improve any number of things, and even prevent death automatically at low health an unlimited number of times, as long as you hit the right button. However, starting an attack animation locked you into viewing it, so the game took longer to play and got stale more quickly. How do you get out of the attack animations after using your "SEED Sense," you ask? Push Down, Down, Up, Up, Right, Left, Right, Left, R3, L3, and Start. An inverted Konami code.
28th May '16 10:27:56 PM nombretomado
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** The original versions of DDR (not including the American PS1 version, which was based on [=3rdMIX=]) require directional codes to turn on other difficulty levels and options. Sure enough, the eight directions of the Konami Code make up one of them (Double Basic).
** In the PS1 version of ''Dance Dance Revolution 5th Mix'', highlighting the correct picture in the gallery and entering the code, replacing B and A with X and O (which are in the same respective positions on the PS1 controller as the B and A buttons on the SNES controller), unlocks the last four pictures in the gallery.

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** The original versions of DDR (not including the American PS1 [=PS1=] version, which was based on [=3rdMIX=]) require directional codes to turn on other difficulty levels and options. Sure enough, the eight directions of the Konami Code make up one of them (Double Basic).
** In the PS1 [=PS1=] version of ''Dance Dance Revolution 5th Mix'', highlighting the correct picture in the gallery and entering the code, replacing B and A with X and O (which are in the same respective positions on the PS1 [=PS1=] controller as the B and A buttons on the SNES controller), unlocks the last four pictures in the gallery.
28th May '16 4:25:23 PM nombretomado
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** Enter it on the title screen in ''VideoGame/MetalGearRisingRevengeance'' (with Circle and X substituing for B and A; Circle and X are the Western PlayStation game menu equivalents of B and A) to unlock Very Hard and Revengeance difficulty levels without beating the game on lower difficulty levels first. In the PC version, entering the code also immediately unlocks Jetstream, Bladewolf, the VR missions, and all codecs and cutscenes.

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** Enter it on the title screen in ''VideoGame/MetalGearRisingRevengeance'' (with Circle and X substituing for B and A; Circle and X are the Western PlayStation UsefulNotes/PlayStation game menu equivalents of B and A) to unlock Very Hard and Revengeance difficulty levels without beating the game on lower difficulty levels first. In the PC version, entering the code also immediately unlocks Jetstream, Bladewolf, the VR missions, and all codecs and cutscenes.
27th May '16 3:56:25 PM TPPR10
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* Using the code on ''VideoGame/{{Overwatch}}'''s [[https://playoverwatch.com/en-gb/ official website]] causes miniature Hanzos to start raining down. In the actual game itself, [[GamerChick D.Va]] herself says out loud the code in one of her voice lines.
23rd May '16 7:09:51 PM Gamermaster
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* Used in reverse in ''Webcomic/LsEmpire'' as a cure for Memeic Syndrome Type 1.
22nd May '16 3:35:41 PM nombretomado
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* In ''AssassinsCreedIII'', after summoning a turkey by whistling from a corner at the Davenport Homestead, you can enter the Konami Code to give the turkey a hood just like Connor's. Technically, it's only the actual Konami Code in the Xbox version because it's the only one with all the appropriate buttons (and even then lacks use of the Start button): on the PS3, it's Up, Up, Down, Down, Left, Right, Left, Right, '''O, X,''' and on the PC it's 2, 2, 4, 4, 1, 3, 1, 3, E, Space.

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* In ''AssassinsCreedIII'', ''VideoGame/AssassinsCreedIII'', after summoning a turkey by whistling from a corner at the Davenport Homestead, you can enter the Konami Code to give the turkey a hood just like Connor's. Technically, it's only the actual Konami Code in the Xbox version because it's the only one with all the appropriate buttons (and even then lacks use of the Start button): on the PS3, [=PS3=], it's Up, Up, Down, Down, Left, Right, Left, Right, '''O, X,''' and on the PC it's 2, 2, 4, 4, 1, 3, 1, 3, E, Space.
11th Apr '16 2:11:16 PM Willbyr
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* The second ED theme of ''SeitokaiNoIchizon'' is "Ue Ue Shita Shita Hidari Migi Hidari Migi B A".

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* The second ED theme of ''SeitokaiNoIchizon'' ''LightNovel/SeitokaiNoIchizon'' is "Ue Ue Shita Shita Hidari Migi Hidari Migi B A".
20th Mar '16 1:39:11 PM rjung
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!!Konami:

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* At one point in ''Manga/Yuria100Shiki'', Yuria becomes convinced she has a "cheat code" to unlock some kind of special abilities. She imagines this cheat along with a ''Gradius'' spaceship.
* Skuld from ''Manga/AhMyGoddess'' uses a very similar code (leaving out the B A start in favor of the "set" button twice) to reverse the expansion of her space doubler.
* ''Manga/SayonaraZetsubouSensei'': during the opening for the MagicalGirl Spoof, Meru's [[ImprobableWeaponUser phone]] is using this code (must be [[GameBreaker Game Breaking]]). [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gsyydNv4iq8]]
* Used in the third episode of ''Manga/TheWorldGodOnlyKnows'' anime to help Keima to dance with Mio.
* In-universe example in ''Manga/ShamanKing''. Apparently putting in the Konami code on the Oracle Bell pulls up information on all the competitors in the tournament.
* ''Manga/SoredemoMachiWaMawatteiru'' [[http://img718.imageshack.us/img718/6512/soredemomachiwamawatteiq.jpg it shows up in the most random places.]]
* In the anime ''Anime/PaniPoniDash'', an ancient civilization's language is deciphered as this code. A news bulletin mentions that "Professor [[TokimekiMemorial Tokimemo]]" believes that it is incomplete and will cause an explosion.
* One of Amelia's over-the-top ForGreatJustice speeches in ''Manga/{{Slayers}} NEXT'' actually has the code scrawled over the bottom of the screen during her DramaticFingerPointing.
* In ''Manga/FullmetalAlchemist'', you can see the Konami code on a post-it on a door, just in passing, in Fuery's cache (vol. 11 or 12)
* Umino mutters part of it in episode 32 of ''Manga/SailorMoon'''s Viz dub.

[[AC:Comic Books]]
* In Matt Fraction's [[ComicBook/TheDefenders Defenders]], Black Cat is trying to activate an artifact while in freefall.
-->'''Black Cat''': Come! on! stupid! claw! Up Up Down Down B A Start? [''claw activates''] Oh, you gotta be kidding--
* In the ''Divergence: Comicbook/{{Batgirl}}'' teaser comic, Batgirl is trying to rescue people from a DeadlyGame created by insane video game designers. Towards the end, she's told one of the designers always includes cheats, and enters the code in a direction pad on the wall.. A panel slides open to provide her with an energy mallet.

[[AC:Film]]
* Featured in a plot relevant manner in ''Disney/WreckItRalph'', where King Candy uses the Konami Code to get super-user privileges to ''Sugar Rush'', rewriting it to his advantage.

[[AC:Literature]]
* In the ChooseYourOwnAdventure book ''Literature/CanYouSurviveTheZombieApocalypse'' by Max Brallier, you at one point fight off a zombie at ComicCon using an old NES - smashing the console up into the zombie's jaws twice, then down on his head twice, then two quick left-right combinations. You then give yourself a B for originality and an A for execution before '''start'''ing to push the Zapper through the zombie's brain. [[spoiler: You still die. Cheaters never win.]]
* Creator/JessGulbranson's story [[MeaningfulName "Extra Lives"]] in [[http://www.amazon.com/Amazing-Stories-Flying-Spaghetti-Monster/dp/1936383977 the ''Amazing Stories of the Flying Spaghetti Monster'' anthology]] features a crazy cult who [[spoiler: use the code as [[MadnessMantra their worship chant]]]]

[[AC:Live-Action TV]]
* One of the characters in a ''Series/SaturdayNightLive'' sketch on a ski lift, played by the host, skier Jonny Moseley, references the code.
--> Up, up, down, down, left, right, left, right, B, A, start
--> Just because we use cheats doesn't mean we're not smart
* ''Series/LastWeekTonightWithJohnOliver'' has John discussing the inability to have a same-sex marriage in Nintendo's ''VideoGame/TomodachiLife''. He jokes that you can use a civil union cheat code, "Up, Up, Down, Down, Be, Gay, Be, Gay, Start", but it's just not the same.




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* From nerdcore rapper ytcracker's song "n.e.s.":
--> ''Up up down down left right left right,''
--> ''Then B A Start, the screen goes white…''
* Electronic musician Savant has [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V6rJo6tsYvU a song]] about it.
* Referenced and shown on the music video "Geek and Gamer Girls" by Team Unicorn.
* The Ataris have a song titled "Up, Up, Down, Down, Left, Right, Left, Right, B, A, Start" on their 2001 album End Is Forever.

[[AC:Professional Wrestling]]
* Wrestling/RingOfHonor [[ProfessionalWrestling wrestler]] Wrestling/JimmyJacobs used to have a FinishingMove called the Contra Code, before he had a FaceHeelTurn and got way DarkerAndEdgier.

[[AC:Webcomics]]
* In ''Webcomic/{{PHD}}'', the Konami Code is spoofed [[http://www.phdcomics.com/comics/archive.php?comicid=1325 as the secret magic dance]] to make lab equipment "start?"
* [[http://www.duelinganalogs.com/comic/2006/05/17/so-dark-the-contra-of-man/ This]] Dueling Analogs comic.
* Appears in the CtrlAltDel spin-off ''Analog & D-Pad'', used by Lucas and Ethan to activate their TransformationSequence into the titular superheroes.
* In ''Webcomic/DarthsAndDroids'', when the ''Millennium Falcon'' fails to go into hyperdrive, part of the code is called out as suggestions for button presses in order to activate it.
* [[AnthropomorphicPersonification Konami]] from ''Webcomics/{{Consolers}}'' wears the code on her shirt collar.
* High Priestess Raisin from ''Webcomic/DragonMango'' often phrases her skills as button combinations, and the Konami Code is one of them. According to her it gives her infinite lives.
* Like the ''Team Fortress 2'' wiki, the ''Webcomic/MSPaintAdventures'' [[http://mspaintadventures.wikia.com wiki]] employs ENTER as a substitute for START. Typing the code redirects the reader to the article on ''Webcomic/ProblemSleuth'''s Code Machine.





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\n* Entering the code anywhere at Gamespot will bring you to the page for Contra.
* Entering the code (with Enter instead of Start) on the comedy site [[http://eggplant-news.com The Eggplant]] will bring up a modified version of the Contra NES main screen
* Inputting the Konami Code on any story or chapter on ''Website/FimfictionDotNet'' summons an interactive Rainbow Dash who follows the cursor.
* Inputting the Konami Code on any page on http://www.ukoakdoors.co.uk takes you to one of a selection of fake fantasy door product pages, including the Tardis Door and Bilbo Baggins' door.
* If you enter the KonamiCode on the website for British Vogue ([[http://www.vogue.co.uk/ http://www.vogue.co.uk/]]), it shows a dinosaur wearing a very stylish hat (or wig or hair-ribbon or...).
* On Gene's Journal, a special interview between Gene Roddenberry and Bill Shatner is unlocked with the code through [[http://www.genesjournalcomic.com/2009/10/27/unlock-the-gene-roddenberry-bill-shanter-interview/ this news post]]. (This obviously used "Enter" rather than "Start.")
* Domain registrar [[http://www.gandi.net Gandi.net]] uses the Konami Code to unlock a [=JavaScript=] FPS, where you blow up the site to reveal a door, which opens to deliver a message.




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\n[[AC:Unsorted]]* ''WesternAnimation/GravityFalls'': It appears on a page from Journal 3 [[http://i.imgur.com/iG8wN.jpg (look to the right)]]. The page itself is something of an EasterEgg, appearing for a brief moment at the end of the show's opening sequence. [[spoiler:Even when the opening is corrupted during Weirdmageddon, the code is still there, though it's very hard to see and is only onscreen for one frame.]]
* In ''WesternAnimation/TheAmazingWorldOfGumball'' episode "The Tape", Ocho uses the Konami code in reality to summon money for a vending machine, write a test, and easily pass gym. When Gumball does it, it results in a [[GameBreakingBug Reality-Breaking Bug]].
* In the ''WesternAnimation/SonicBoom'' episode, "Let's Play Musical Friends", [[ThoseTwoBadGuys Orbot and Cubot]] activate [[TheWallsAreClosingIn a closing wall trap]]. Orbot asks Cubot if he has any [[LastWords last words]], and Cubot recites the Konami code, which stops the two walls.
* The Code is used to dodge bottles thrown by an angry crowd in an [[{{Retraux}} 8-Bit]] ''VideoGame/GuitarHero'' clone in an episode of ''WesternAnimation/RegularShow''.

[[AC:Real Life]]
* {{Creator/Netflix}} uses a variant to reset Instant Play on the Nintendo Wii. Lacking some buttons, they use U U D D L R L R U U U U
** The same code is used for a number of other Netflix-capable devices, including game consoles, smart [=TVs=], and set top boxes.
* The Cobra Lounge in Bellingham, Washington featured the Konami Code on its membership cards before it shut down (God rest its soul)

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* On Gene's Journal, a special interview between Gene Roddenberry and Bill Shatner is unlocked with the code through [[http://www.genesjournalcomic.com/2009/10/27/unlock-the-gene-roddenberry-bill-shanter-interview/ this news post]]. (This obviously used "Enter" rather than "Start.")
* [[http://www.duelinganalogs.com/comic/2006/05/17/so-dark-the-contra-of-man/ This]] Dueling Analogs comic.



* At one point in ''Manga/Yuria100Shiki'', Yuria becomes convinced she has a "cheat code" to unlock some kind of special abilities. She imagines this cheat along with a ''Gradius'' spaceship.



* Skuld from ''Manga/AhMyGoddess'' uses a very similar code (leaving out the B A start in favor of the "set" button twice) to reverse the expansion of her space doubler.
* ''Manga/SayonaraZetsubouSensei'': during the opening for the MagicalGirl Spoof, Meru's [[ImprobableWeaponUser phone]] is using this code (must be [[GameBreaker Game Breaking]]). [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gsyydNv4iq8]]
* Used in the third episode of ''Manga/TheWorldGodOnlyKnows'' anime to help Keima to dance with Mio.



* One of Amelia's over-the-top ForGreatJustice speeches in ''Manga/{{Slayers}} NEXT'' actually has the code scrawled over the bottom of the screen during her DramaticFingerPointing.



* Entering the code anywhere at Gamespot will bring you to the page for Contra.
* In-universe example in ''Manga/ShamanKing''. Apparently putting in the Konami code on the Oracle Bell pulls up information on all the competitors in the tournament.
* ''Manga/SoredemoMachiWaMawatteiru'' [[http://img718.imageshack.us/img718/6512/soredemomachiwamawatteiq.jpg it shows up in the most random places.]]



* One of the characters in a ''Series/SaturdayNightLive'' sketch on a ski lift, played by the host, skier Jonny Moseley, references the code.
--> Up, up, down, down, left, right, left, right, B, A, start
--> Just because we use cheats doesn't mean we're not smart
* {{Creator/Netflix}} uses a variant to reset Instant Play on the Nintendo Wii. Lacking some buttons, they use U U D D L R L R U U U U
** The same code is used for a number of other Netflix-capable devices, including game consoles, smart [=TVs=], and set top boxes.
* In the anime ''Anime/PaniPoniDash'', an ancient civilization's language is deciphered as this code. A news bulletin mentions that "Professor [[TokimekiMemorial Tokimemo]]" believes that it is incomplete and will cause an explosion.
* In the ChooseYourOwnAdventure book ''Literature/CanYouSurviveTheZombieApocalypse'' by Max Brallier, you at one point fight off a zombie at ComicCon using an old NES - smashing the console up into the zombie's jaws twice, then down on his head twice, then two quick left-right combinations. You then give yourself a B for originality and an A for execution before '''start'''ing to push the Zapper through the zombie's brain. [[spoiler: You still die. Cheaters never win.]]
* In ''Manga/FullmetalAlchemist'', you can see the Konami code on a post-it on a door, just in passing, in Fuery's cache (vol. 11 or 12)
* In ''Webcomic/{{PHD}}'', the Konami Code is spoofed [[http://www.phdcomics.com/comics/archive.php?comicid=1325 as the secret magic dance]] to make lab equipment "start?"
* In Matt Fraction's [[ComicBook/TheDefenders Defenders]], Black Cat is trying to activate an artifact while in freefall.
-->'''Black Cat''': Come! on! stupid! claw! Up Up Down Down B A Start? [''claw activates''] Oh, you gotta be kidding--
* Creator/JessGulbranson's story [[MeaningfulName "Extra Lives"]] in [[http://www.amazon.com/Amazing-Stories-Flying-Spaghetti-Monster/dp/1936383977 the ''Amazing Stories of the Flying Spaghetti Monster'' anthology]] features a crazy cult who [[spoiler: use the code as [[MadnessMantra their worship chant]]]]
* Appears in the CtrlAltDel spin-off ''Analog & D-Pad'', used by Lucas and Ethan to activate their TransformationSequence into the titular superheroes.



* In ''Webcomic/DarthsAndDroids'', when the ''Millennium Falcon'' fails to go into hyperdrive, part of the code is called out as suggestions for button presses in order to activate it.
* ''WesternAnimation/GravityFalls'': It appears on a page from Journal 3 [[http://i.imgur.com/iG8wN.jpg (look to the right)]]. The page itself is something of an EasterEgg, appearing for a brief moment at the end of the show's opening sequence. [[spoiler:Even when the opening is corrupted during Weirdmageddon, the code is still there, though it's very hard to see and is only onscreen for one frame.]]



* Domain registrar [[http://www.gandi.net Gandi.net]] uses the Konami Code to unlock a [=JavaScript=] FPS, where you blow up the site to reveal a door, which opens to deliver a message.



* Featured in a plot relevant manner in ''Disney/WreckItRalph'', where King Candy uses the Konami Code to get super-user privileges to ''Sugar Rush'', rewriting it to his advantage.



* Entering the code (with Enter instead of Start) on the comedy site [[http://eggplant-news.com The Eggplant]] will bring up a modified version of the Contra NES main screen



* Like the ''Team Fortress 2'' wiki, the ''Webcomic/MSPaintAdventures'' [[http://mspaintadventures.wikia.com wiki]] employs ENTER as a substitute for START. Typing the code redirects the reader to the article on ''Webcomic/ProblemSleuth'''s Code Machine.
* The Ataris have a song titled "Up, Up, Down, Down, Left, Right, Left, Right, B, A, Start" on their 2001 album End Is Forever.
* If you enter the KonamiCode on the website for British Vogue ([[http://www.vogue.co.uk/ http://www.vogue.co.uk/]]), it shows a dinosaur wearing a very stylish hat (or wig or hair-ribbon or...).
* Wrestling/RingOfHonor [[ProfessionalWrestling wrestler]] Wrestling/JimmyJacobs used to have a FinishingMove called the Contra Code, before he had a FaceHeelTurn and got way DarkerAndEdgier.
* Referenced and shown on the music video "Geek and Gamer Girls" by Team Unicorn.



* In ''WesternAnimation/TheAmazingWorldOfGumball'' episode "The Tape", Ocho uses the Konami code in reality to summon money for a vending machine, write a test, and easily pass gym. When Gumball does it, it results in a [[GameBreakingBug Reality-Breaking Bug]].
* Inputting the Konami Code on any story or chapter on ''Website/FimfictionDotNet'' summons an interactive Rainbow Dash who follows the cursor.
* Inputting the Konami Code on any page on http://www.ukoakdoors.co.uk takes you to one of a selection of fake fantasy door product pages, including the Tardis Door and Bilbo Baggins' door.
* The Cobra Lounge in Bellingham, Washington featured the Konami Code on its member ship cards before it shut down (God rest its soul)
* From nerdcore rapper ytcracker's song "n.e.s.":
--> ''Up up down down left right left right,''
--> ''Then B A Start, the screen goes white…''
* Electronic musician Savant has [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V6rJo6tsYvU a song]] about it.
* ''Series/LastWeekTonightWithJohnOliver'' has John discussing the inability to have a same-sex marriage in Nintendo's ''VideoGame/TomodachiLife''. He jokes that you can use a civil union cheat code, "Up, Up, Down, Down, Be, Gay, Be, Gay, Start", but it's just not the same.



* Umino mutters part of it in episode 32 of ''Manga/SailorMoon'''s Viz dub.
* In the ''WesternAnimation/SonicBoom'' episode, "Let's Play Musical Friends", [[ThoseTwoBadGuys Orbot and Cubot]] activate [[TheWallsAreClosingIn a closing wall trap]]. Orbot asks Cubot if he has any [[LastWords last words]], and Cubot recites the Konami code, which stops the two walls.
* In the ''Divergence: Comicbook/{{Batgirl}}'' teaser comic, Batgirl is trying to rescue people from a DeadlyGame created by insane video game designers. Towards the end, she's told one of the designers always includes cheats, and enters the code in a direction pad on the wall.. A panel slides open to provide her with an energy mallet.
* [[AnthropomorphicPersonification Konami]] from ''Webcomics/{{Consolers}}'' wears the code on her shirt collar.
* High Priestess Raisin from ''Webcomic/DragonMango'' often phrases her skills as button combinations, and the Konami Code is one of them. According to her it gives her infinite lives.
* The Code is used to dodge bottles thrown by an angry crowd in an [[{{Retraux}} 8-Bit]] ''VideoGame/GuitarHero'' clone in an episode of ''WesternAnimation/RegularShow''.

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* Umino mutters part of it in episode 32 of ''Manga/SailorMoon'''s Viz dub.
* In the ''WesternAnimation/SonicBoom'' episode, "Let's Play Musical Friends", [[ThoseTwoBadGuys Orbot and Cubot]] activate [[TheWallsAreClosingIn a closing wall trap]]. Orbot asks Cubot if he has any [[LastWords last words]], and Cubot recites the Konami code, which stops the two walls.
* In the ''Divergence: Comicbook/{{Batgirl}}'' teaser comic, Batgirl is trying to rescue people from a DeadlyGame created by insane video game designers. Towards the end, she's told one of the designers always includes cheats, and enters the code in a direction pad on the wall.. A panel slides open to provide her with an energy mallet.
* [[AnthropomorphicPersonification Konami]] from ''Webcomics/{{Consolers}}'' wears the code on her shirt collar.
* High Priestess Raisin from ''Webcomic/DragonMango'' often phrases her skills as button combinations, and the Konami Code is one of them. According to her it gives her infinite lives.
* The Code is used to dodge bottles thrown by an angry crowd in an [[{{Retraux}} 8-Bit]] ''VideoGame/GuitarHero'' clone in an episode of ''WesternAnimation/RegularShow''.
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