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Clothes cheats for GTA San Andreas

Updated February 21, 2017

In Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas for the PC, Sony Playstation 2 and Microsoft Xbox 360, you play as CJ as he tries to become the crime kingpin of the state of San Andreas. One of the features of Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas is the ability to change clothes. Under normal circumstances, this is done by buying clothes at a store. However, with the help of cheat codes, some clothes do not have to be obtained at a store.

PC

All codes for the PC version of Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas are typed in during the game is in progress. Make everyone look like Elvis by typing in "BLUESUEDESHOES." Turn everyone into ninjas who wear ninja clothing by typing in "NINJATOWN." Make everyone's clothing look like beach apparel with "CIKGCGX."

Xbox

All codes are typed in during gameplay. For Elvises, press "L Trigger," "B," "Y," "L Trigger," "L Trigger," "X," "White," "Up," "Down" and "Left." For bikini clad women, press "Up," "Up," "Down," "Down," "X," "B," "L Trigger," "R Trigger," "Y" and "Down." Wear a parachute with "Left," "Right," "L Trigger," "White," "R Trigger," "Black," "Black," "Up," "Down," "Right" and "L Trigger."

Playstation 2

Again, every code is done while playing the game. For the Elvis code, press "L1," "Circle," "Triangle," "L1," "L1," "Square," "L2," "Up," "Down" and "Left." Turn CJ into a clown with "Triangle," "Triangle," "L1," "Square," "Square," "Circle," "Square," "Down" and "Circle." Put CJ in swim shorts and flip flops with "Up," "Up," "Down," "Down," "Square," "Circle," "L1," "R1," "Triangle" and "Down."

Night vision goggles glitch

Put on the night vision goggles and play in an arcade game. To do this, you need to quit the game. The night vision effect will be gone, but CJ still wears the goggles.

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