Best Lego Marvel Super Heroes Cheats
There are so many things to do in Lego Marvel Super Heroes, one hardly has the time to worry about unlocking all the additional heroes and villains on the roster. It’s a good thing there are plenty of codes you can use to start playing as all your favorite locked heroes with no effort!
Spider-Man's on-again, off-again girlfriend Felicia Hardy has a history of burglary and bad luck, but she's still quite the looker. Even in Lego form, we doubt Spidey will be able to keep from getting into trouble with white-haired femme fatale.
To unlock Black Cat instantly, go to the pause menu and enter the Codes section. Once there, type in P9OWL0.
(This is the process you'll use for every cheat code.)
Cletus Kasaday was already a bit unhinged when a symbiote attached itself to him way back in the day. Now more Carnage than Cletus, the homicidal maniac still terrorizes the Marvel U in new and horrifying ways. That said, his little Lego character may be cute, but it's also creepy. Like a Chucky doll.
To unlock Carnage, punch in AA0Z50 on the Codes menu.
Howard the Duck
Most remembered for the cult classic '80s film 'Howard the Duck,' the titular Howard is also a longtime D-lister from the Marvel U. As a nod to fans who, for some reason, refuse to let the character fade away with quiet dignity, TT Games added the down-on-his-luck duck to Lego Marvel Super Heroes.
Instead of putting in the time and effort to earn him the hard way, you can unlock Howard the Duck by putting in the password J58RSS on the Codes menu.
Norman Osborn took up the mantle of Iron Patriot when he was busy blacklisting super heroes, acting as a government agent for good, when he was actually still being bad ol' Norman. Since then, Iron Patriot has been reappropriated for the Iron Man movie universe, as a suit for James 'Rhodey' Rhodes to wear. That's the version included in Lego Marvel Super Heroes, and the world is better for it.
To get the Iron Patriot, type Q5X1J5 into the Codes menu.
Ah, the old Mechanized Organism Designed Only for Killing. As bizarre-looking as he is dangerous, M.O.D.O.K. has been a fan-favorite villain for years, and especially so after being added to the roster for Marvel vs. Capcom 3. He might not be easy on the eyes, but his deformed Lego body is good for a few chuckles.
If you want to play as M.O.D.O.K. immediately, go ahead and punch SZ8Q06 into the Code menu.