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Mortal Kombat 2011 Guide: Kombat Kodes, Koins, Cheats and Easter Eggs

Mortal Kombat 9 or 2011 holds various secrets that can be unlocked by players. Some of them can be unlocked by playing the game’s story mode, while other will become available after purchasing them.

The game guide below reveals where to look for MK9 Easter Eggs, and what Kombat Kodes (Combat Codes) can be used while playing Mortal Kombat 9 in the VS mode. Additionally the guide includes a section that will explain a fast method to increase the amount of Koins (Coins) in Mortal Kombat 9.

Mortal Kombat 9 is a fighting video game developed by NetherRealm Studios, exclusively for PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360. Rated M for Mature, the title is also known as Mortal Kombat 2011 and it is the ninth title in the Mortal Kombatfranchise.

MK9 features a vast list of characters, from which two are hidden. The PS3 version of the game also includes an exclusive character, named Kratos, who is the protagonist in the God of War series of video games released for Sony’s gaming platforms.

In the game, each character can perform several finishing moves; however some of them are locked. To execute them, players will have to unlock them first, and each move costs Koins or Coins.

These coins can be spent in the Krypt, and can be earned by advancing in the game or by defeating opponents. The section below explains several fast ways to get more Mortal Kombat 9 Koins.

Mortal Kombat 9 Cheats and Strategies for Koins (Coins)

Method 1

Probably the fastest way to get 20,000 Koins in Mortal Kombat 9 is by searching for the secret chests. These chests are located in the Krypt, and there are four of them.

Each chest will award 5,000 Koins, but they are hidden. By opening their maps, players will notice that the Krypt is divided in four areas: BloodmarshMeadow of DespairHollow of Infestation and Deadlands.

Four chests, four areas, 20,000 MK9 Koins. It is a good thing to know that each area also holds many gravestones, and two chests can be found near them. Finding the right gravestone or statue will eventually help players to find the treasure chests.

Another tip is that in order to find the correct position of a chest, players will have to look on the ground for some small green areas that look like acid spiders moving around.

Having all these information, players who wish to discover the treasure chests from Mortal Kombat 9, should look for:

SEC 1 – Can be found in Deadlands, to the left of the firs mausoleum and to the right of the DL 52 gravestone.

SEC 2 – Can be found in Hollow of Infestation, along the eastern wall. The location is marked by a demon head carved in the wall.

SEC 3 – Can be found in Bloosmarsh, along the western wall. The location is marked by a demon head carved in the wall.

SEC 4 – Can be found in Meadow of Dispair, near the Nekroplis entrance and to the right of MD 52.

Method 2

Another method to earn more Mortal Kombat 9 Koins is to play the game’s Challenge Tower mode and reach floor 37. In this floor you will be asked to play as Kabal, against Kano.

This can be considered a Mortal Kombat 9 glitch, because when the fight starts you will earn coins every time you hit Kano, but if you hit retry, the amount of coins you earned in the previous fight will not disappear.

Therefore, you can press restart when Kano is almost defeated and fight him again. There is no limit as long as you don’t defeat Kano.

Method 3

The third method allows you to earn 3,250 Mortal Kombat 9 Koins per fight. To do this you must follow these steps:

Play the game in Arcade Mode.

Set three rounds per match.

Set the difficulty level to Very Easy.

In each round, defeat your opponent without getting hit (Flawless Victory), and you will receive 1,000 Koins. Three rounds, 3,000 Koins.

In the final round perform a fatality, for an extra 250 Koins.


Method 4

Complete Mortal Kombat 9 in the story mode.

Mortal Kombat 9 Kombat Kodes (Combat Codes) List

Mortal Kombat 9 also features some Kombat Kodes, or Combat Codes that can be used only in the VS mode. Enabling these codes, players will receive some advantages or disadvantages in the game.

For example, if the Armless Kombat Kode is enabled for both players, each character will have to fight without hands.

In order to gain access to more Kombat Kodes, players will have to visit the Krypt and purchase them. Some of these codes are the same for both players while some of them are different. The list below shows what Kombat Kodes can be used in MK 2011.

Armless Kombat – Player one input: 911. Player two input: 911 (Cycle the first icon 9 times, the second 1 time, the third 1 time)

Blocking Disabled – Player one input: 020. Player two input: 020

Breakers Disabled – Player one input: 090. Player two input: 090

Dark Kombat – Player one input: 022. Player two input: 022

Disbable Foreground Objects – Player one input: 001. Player two input: 001

Double Dash – Player one input: 391. Player two input: 193

Dream Kombat – Player one input: 222. Player two input: 555

Enhanced Moves Disabled – Player one input: 251. Player two input: 150

Explosive Kombat – Player one input: 227. Player two input: 227

Health Recovery – Player one input: 012. Player two input: 012

Headless Kombat – Player one input: 808. Player two input: 808

Hyper Fighting – Player one input: 091. Player two input: 091

Invisible Kombat – Player one input: 770. Player two input: 770

Jumping Disabled – Player one input: 831. Player two input: 831

Komboes Disabled – Player one input: 931. Player two input: 931

No Blood – Player one input: 900. Player two input: 900

Power Bars Disabled – Player one input: 404. Player two input: 404

Psycho Kombat – Player one input: 707. Player two input: 707

Quick Uppercut Recovery – Player one input: 303. Player two input: 303

Rainbow Kombat – Player one input: 234. Player two input: 234

Sans Power – Player one input: 044. Player two input: 044

Silent Kombat – Player one input: 300. Player two input: 300

Specials Disabled – Player one input: 731. Player two input: 731

Super Recovery – Player one input: 123. Player two input: 123

Throwing Encouraged – Player one input: 010. Player two input: 010

Throwing Disabled – Player one input: 100. Player two input: 100

Tournament Mode – Player one input: 111. Player two input: 111

Unlimited Super Meter – Player one input: 466. Player two input: 466

Vampire Kombat – Player one input: 424. Player two input: 424

Xrays Disabled – Player one input: 242. Player two input: 242

Zombie Kombat – Player one input: 666. Player two input: 666

Mortal Kombat 9 Easter Eggs List

Mortal Kombat 9 also hides several Easter Eggs. The first one is called Toasty and can be observed after knocking down an opponent and performing the uppercut hit.

In the low-right corner of the screen, players can see Dan Forden, and will hear him saying: Toasty!!!. Dan Forden is an American sound programmer and he worked on several MK video games.

This Easter Egg originally appeared in Mortal Kombat II and that’s why Dan Forden is also known as Dan “Toasty” Forden.

To observe the second Easter Egg, players will have to activate it by following these steps:

Start the game in VS mode against a human opponent.

In the character selection screen press Back Punch, and you will be asked to choose your arena.

Select The Pit and press START.When the match starts, you will hear the classic soundtrack of The Pit.

Mortal Kombat 2011 Guide: Kombat Kodes, Koins, Cheats and Easter Eggs

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