Are there cheats for Crash Bandicoot?

The Crash Bandicoot games on the original PlayStation let players make use of a number of cheat codes. Sadly the cheat codes of old can not be used in Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy on PS4, Xbox One, Switch, or PC. There’s no cheat code menu at all, so you’ll just have to make it through each game the hard way!

How do you get all the gems in Crash Bandicoot?

In the original Crash Bandicoot, there are two different types of gems: white and coloured. You unlock white gems by breaking all boxes in a level, and coloured gems for doing the same but without dying. Coloured gems only appear in a select few levels.

How long does it take to beat Crash 2?

Based on 460 User Ratings

Platform Polled Fastest
PC 30 3h 09m
PlayStation 187 1h 45m
PlayStation 2 3 6h
PlayStation 3 4 5h 18m

Are there cheat codes for Crash Bandicoot N Sane Trilogy?

As of April 5th, 2018, updates have started rolling out to the N. Sane Trilogy that allow you to enter a secret cheat code to watch the new trailer for the Spyro Reignited Trilogy. To view this trailer, go to the main menu for all three Crash games and scroll over to the Crash Bandicoot 3: Warped section.

Where to find secret level in Crash Bandicoot?

To access the hidden level, Eggipus Rex, go to Dino Might and take the Yellow Gem Path to the secret area. While being chased, let the second pterodactyl attack you. Instead of killing you, it will carry you off to this secret level. Contributed By: Gbness.

Where to find red gem in Crash Bandicoot N Sane?

The red gem will be found at level 20 on the third island, right in Slippery Climb. Finally this gem is located on the third island at level 18 Toxic Waste. In the first title we will have a total of 5 colored gems, found in the following locations.

Are there cheats for Crash Bandicoot Cortex Strikes Back?

In the levels where you must race against a clock for a gem (Hang Eight and Plant Food), it is possible to get more time. With the clock running, enter the bonus area. As soon as you are there, purposely fail by jumping off the side of a platform.