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1. Posted: Sat 27th Jun 2009 19:15 BST
Have you ever got nintendo points without buying them? Like just typing random numbers in the ''Add Nintendo Points Section".
2. Posted: Sat 27th Jun 2009 19:17 BST
LOL it's not likely that Nintendo would be dumb enough to let that happen is it? Hence the 16 digit codes!
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3. Posted: Sat 27th Jun 2009 19:24 BST
Yes, but only as a gift, ya know for my birthday. People like to give me points cards. Otherwise, no.
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4. Posted: Sat 27th Jun 2009 19:26 BST
I got some from the Nintendo Club ... does that count??
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5. Posted: Sat 27th Jun 2009 19:27 BST
Well, if you have the time to try nearly 10 quintillion combinations, maybe you'll get lucky. I can't help but feel that there is a security measure to lock you out if you just keep putting in incorrect codes over and over, though.
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6. Posted: Mon 29th Jun 2009 15:42 BST
And what fun would that be? LOL
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7. Posted: Mon 29th Jun 2009 15:58 BST
No, because the cards have some sort of security sticker on them. You know how it says "do not scratch off untill blahblahblah"? That sticker might be some sort of chip that prevents anyone from taking the codes without actually buying a card!
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8. Posted: Mon 29th Jun 2009 16:02 BST
Someone succeeded once, yes. In fact, there was a huge discussion topic about this on GameFAQs that I frequented also. Some tried deciphering code numbers and such.
Edited on Mon 29th June, 2009 @ 16:02 by KnucklesSonic8