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Each game has an alternate ending.
Crash Bandicoot – Collect all of the gems and then jump onto the floating gem in the Great Hall.
Cortex Strikes Back – Collect all the gems and collectibles and finish the game with 100% completion.
Warped – Collect all of the gems and crystals, and at least 30 relics, and then fight the final boss again.
You can unlock two bonus levels in the first game:
“Fumbling in the Dark” – You need the key from the Cortex Bonus Round in “Jaws of Darkness.”
“Whole Hog” – You need the key from the Cortex Bonus Round in “Sunset Vista.”
You can also unlock five bonus levels in Warped by stepping on the gem in the main room after you’ve beaten the game and watched the credits.
Finally, two levels in Warped must be accessed from within other levels:
“Eggipus Rex” – While in the level “Dino Might!” use the Yellow Gem to take the Yellow Gem Path. During the chase, let the second pterodactyl pick you up. It will carry you to the hidden level.
“Hot Coco” – While in the level “Road Crash,” watch the left side of the road for a sign with an alien head on it. Drive into the sign to reach the hidden level.
In the original version of Crash Bandicoot: Warped, you could enter a special code to unlock a demo of Spyro the Dragon. While the demo is gone (much to the dismay of fans hoping for a stealth announcement of a Spyro remake/remaster), entering the code on the game select screen when Warped is highlighted removes the highlighting as if it was meant to still do something.
If you’d like to try it, the code is: Up, Up, Down, Down, Left, Right, Left, Right, Square
(Note: entering the complete code does nothing, since pressing Square works as it normally does to bring up the privacy disclaimer.)
In the opening cutscene for Cortex Strikes Back, look carefully at Coco’s laptop screen. She is actually playing Uncharted 4 and watching the scene where Nathan and Elena play Crash Bandicoot.
There is also a picture of Nathan in Crash’s house.
You can get more than 99 lives in any of the three games. First, you must have 99 lives. Next, enter a level and collect 99 wumpa fruit. Leave the level and you will get an additional wumpa fruit, giving you an extra life even though 99 is normally the maximum.
Note: since this is a glitch, it may eventually be fixed in a patch.
The “Road to Nowhere” and “High Road” levels of the first Crash Bandicoot are infamously difficult because of the tiny platforms you need to jump on to make your way across the bridges. However, a glitch present in the original game remains intact in the N. Sane Trilogy: it is possible to jump onto the bridge’s rope supports instead and easily walk across.
(Note: most likely, this was a genuine glitch in the original PlayStation game and was intentionally kept for the N. Sane Trilogy.)
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