All the latest Paperboy NES cheats, game genie and action replay codes for Paperboy on the NES are here in this article. The Paperboy game on the NES / Nintendo Entertainment System is a very challenging game and can be quite frustrating at times, Hopefully using the below cheats and codes will help you to beat this game. If you use these cheats or know of any cheats or codes I have left out please let me know about it by posting a comment below.


Normal Paperboy (NES) Cheats

**** The below cheats are available to use on all games with out the use of a game genie or action replay ****

7 Lives Japan only – When you have no more lives left, press Start to pause the game, then hold Up, press A, press B, release Up, hold Right, press B, release Right, hold Up, press A, release Up, hold Left, press B, release Left, hold Down, press B twice, release Down, hold Right, and press A.

Skip to week 900 – At the title screen, press Left nine times, Right five times, A once, B once, A once, and B once. Then hold A, B, Select, and Start to be able to skip straight to the 900th week.

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Paperboy NES Pro Action Replay Codes

Paperboy NES cheats NES Action Replay CodesIf you are lucky enough to own an action replay you can use the below codes in Paperboy NES cheats on the NES.

  • 0000 B204 Start with infinite lives
  • 0000 B110 Infinite Papers
  • 0000 6D05 Infinite time to finish the training course
  • 0000 AF01 Start on Tuesday
  • 0000 AF02 Start on Wednesday
  • 0000 AF03 Start on Thursday
  • 0000 AF04 Start on Friday
  • 0000 AF05 Start on Saturday
  • 0000 AF06 Start on Sunday

More to be added soon.

Paperboy NES Game Genie Codes

Paperboy NES Game Genie CodesIf you are lucky enough to own a Game Genie you can use the below codes in Paperboy NES cheats on the NES. If any of the codes do not work, or if you know of any that do work that I did not mention please post about it in a comment below.

  • GPUONUZA  Gain 20 papers on pick-up
  • SXSEVZVG     Infinite lives
  • OZNOKAVK   Infinite papers
  • PAUOEIGA     Start with 1 life
  • GOXAUOZA   Start with 20 papers
  • TAUOEIGA     Start with 6 lives

More to be added soon

Paperboy Emulator Codes

If you are playing Paperboy on Emulator (Or another NES emulator which supports cheat codes) there are a ton of cheat codes you can use.  You can basically use any of the codes listed under the Action replay codes + Game Genie Codes sections, you simply need to enter the required code as per below.

Jump To : Paperboy Action Replay Codes
Jump To : Paperboy Game Genie Codes

To active the cheat code you want launch the Emulator application and load your game, Then click on the cheat menu > “Game Genie, Pro-Action Replay Codes”

Paperboy NES cheats Emulator Codes

On the next screen enter the cheat code in “Enter Cheat Code” field, Then add a description and click on add then click ok to close this screen.  The cheat code will now be activated, please note with some codes need you to reset the game for the code to activate.


If any of the codes do not work, or if you know of any that do work that I did not mention please post about it in a comment below.

Paperboy (NES) Walkthroughs

Question : Are you stuck on this game or want to find and unlock everything?
Answer : Good news, There is a website that has thousands of walkthrough for NES games which were created and submitted by NES fans just like me and you.  Best of all there are some cheats and also save states you can also download. You can find a Paperboy NES walkthrough by clicking here

Misc Paperboy NES cheats Cheat Information

Question : Can I use all of these Paperboy NES cheats NES Cheats?
Answer : The cheats I have listed under “Normal Paperboy cheats (NES) Cheats” can be used by everyone. You will need a Action Replay or Game Genie to use the cheats listed on this page.

Question : What is A Pro Action Replay / Game Genie?
Answer : These are hardware cheat devices which plug directly in to your NES / Super Nintendo then your game plugs in to the Action Replay / Game Genie device. When you turn your machine on you will be displayed with the Action Replay / Game Genie cheat screen where you can enter the cheat codes above.

Question : Do the Paperboy NES cheats Cheat Codes Only Work In The Emulator Emulator?
Answer : No, the codes listed under game genie and action replay sections can be used in any NES emulator which supports cheats.

Question : I have tried to use one of the cheats listed on this page but it doesn’t work, What can I do?
Answer : All the cheats listed on this page have been tested by me. If you are having issue with one of them post about it below and I will check it out for you.

Question : I know a good cheat for Paperboy NES cheats that is no listed on this page, Can you add it.
Answer : Please post about it in a comment below and I will add it to this article.

Question : Do you have any gameshark pro codes for Paperboy NES cheats?
Answer : We do not have any codes for the gameshark pro device.

Question : Do You Have Any Videos Of Cheats On The NES?
Answer : If you want to see videos of this game take a look here for longplays, reviews, cheats and more.

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Answer : Yes 🙂 Please visit the links below to view all the cheats we have.

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Justin Mermack

Justin is a gaming enthusiast that relishes replaying and reminiscing with fellow gamers about the retro video games we all grew up loving. Using his spare time, he writes on all things Nintendo, but you'll be hard-pressed not to find a controller in his hand.

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