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A code allows people to run other people's BrantSteele simulations.

BT Productions Code Edit

BT Productions is so sick of random power outages ruining her codes. She created this page so she doesn't lose another code again. This is the main BrantSteele code that contains all of the custom events. To run BT Productions's Hunger Games simulation, just copy the link or the code itself, then go on BrantSteele to run it.

Current Code Edit

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Current Link Edit

http://brantsteele.net/hungergames/r.php?c=lOmKWO85

Kill Them All Code Edit

This is a specific code that encourages killing events. The only 1-tribute events that are allowed to happen are specific ones dictated by BT Productions. To run this version, just copy the link or the code itself, then go on BrantSteele to run it.

Current Code Edit

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Current Link Edit

http://brantsteele.net/hungergames/r.php?c=lzRIiTgE

Romantic Games Code Edit

This is a specific code that encourages romance. Events that are normally restricted to night can happen during both day and night. Some 1-tribute events poke fun at how a tribute is lonely at the moment. Since babies maximize the romance potential, the number of babies that can be born at a time has been reduced to eight to encourage fairness. To run this version, just copy the link or the code itself, then go on BrantSteele to run it.

Current Code Edit

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Current Link Edit

http://brantsteele.net/hungergames/r.php?c=RtYjOfFf

Simple Version CodeEdit

This code contains all of the default events plus some "Safe For Work" custom events so that Chester does not get bored. This code was created so that BT Productions can read off Hunger Games simulations in addition to Murder Games. To run this version, just copy the link or the code itself, then go on BrantSteele to run it.

Current Code Edit

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Current Link Edit

http://brantsteele.net/hungergames/r.php?c=hZKGcD5K

Pokemon Games CodeEdit

The events in this code are based off of the battles in Pokemon. As such, a death is referred to as "fainting", and a kill is referred to as a "KO". Arena events are enabled here, and they typically unleash wild Pokemon to cause mayhem. This version has been planned and the code will be added ASAP.

Racing Simulator CodeEdit

Inspired by USAviator's DanganRacers video. Instead of trying to kill each other, characters must attempt to eliminate opponents from the race and finish first. No arena events happened on Avi's simulation, so arena events are disabled here. This version has been planned and the code will be added ASAP.

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