I've been updating the codes resource (stickied here! and direct link to the spreadsheet here) and trying to add as many variants as I can so there's a whole lot of unique code babyz to choose from or use as a new base for hexing, and I've been searching for any fresh serial code groups.
The groups are related to the clothing the babyz are wearing when they're first adopted and also to their serial code make-up: for example 7506-pdga-aaaN-gbd (a white boy with a curl and green eyes) and 44-cdga-aaaA-gbd (an asian boy with a curl and brown eyes) are both from the [3 + a multiple of 41]-*dga-aaa*-gbd group that has a white diaper and green socks when first adopted. Interestingly, when shifted to the girls' .lnz groups (44-ddga-aaaB-gbd gives a bald asian girl), the girls are wearing a white diaper and orange socks!
* these letters in the code are related to each other and when shifted through the alphabet the same amount give a baby from a new group of the .lnz groups (ie: wb, wbx, ag, agx)
But tl;dr less code numerical stuff, I'm looking for fresh serial code groups that give different starting outfits than the ones I've currently found through my own game's baby code and the codes I've found online, and was wondering if anyone still has their own game's serial baby code and is willing to share it? I can shift the numbers so that your unique baby isn't put directly into the database (since I know that was one of the special little touches of getting a copy of the game!) but I'm really fascinated to try to see just how many variations of serial code groups there were.
Thank you for the replies!! If anyone else has still has access to their unique code, I'd super appreciate it
I have been adding the codes (and variances on them) from peekaboos to the database -- a lot of them actually come from the same serial group that gives a baby wearing just a white diaper when first adopted. I also just found this site and am going to see if there's any new code groups there as well! I was thinking about it last night and I think I'm going to actually try to make a new resource for all of the unique serial code groups, using the one from my original post as an example. Here's each different .lnz group's version of the serial code, with the number from the first part reduced as far down as it'll go, by continually subtracting 41 from it until it's the closest it'll get to zero:
3-bdga-aaaz-gbd asian boy (ab)
3-cdga-aaaA-gbd asian boy (abx)
3-ddga-aaaB-gbd asian girl (ag)
3-edga-aaaC-gbd asian girl (agx)
3-fdga-aaaD-gbd black boy (bb)
3-gdga-aaaE-gbd black boy (bbx)
3-hdga-aaaF-gbd black girl (bg)
3-idga-aaaG-gbd black girl (bgx)
3-jdga-aaaH-gbd tan boy (brnb)
3-kdga-aaaJ-gbd tan boy (brnbx)
3-mdga-aaaK-gbd tan girl (brng)
3-ndga-aaaL-gbd tan girl (brngx)
3-odga-aaaM-gbd white boy (wb)
3-pdga-aaaN-gbd white boy (wbx)
3-qdga-aaaP-gbd white girl (wg)
3-rdga-aaaQ-gbd white girl (wgx)
For each of these codes you could then add a multiple of 41 to that initial number (3 in this case) and get a specific unique baby -- I haven't tested exactly how high of a number is allowed but [(41 x 500) + 3) or 20503-bdga-aaaz-gbd works so it goes atleast into 5 digits. But the idea of this is that you can either look for a specific combination of features from the first spreadsheet and choose a code there, or you can create a code by pulling the base codes from this new resource and calculating a unique number yourself, and get to be surprised with the resulting baby!
For example with ℓacey ✨ 's code, it reduces down to 33-qdaa-aaoK-gbd (which gives us a white girl with dots, freckles on her nose&cheeks, rosies, and brown eyes, who has the blue hawaiian shorts as her outfit) -- and if we shift it backwards to the previous lnz group (wbx) to 33-pdaa-aaoJ-gbd we get a white boy with a full head of brown hair, freckles on his nose&cheeks, and light green eyes wearing the striped grey pajama pants (so all the girls in this group will have the hawaiian shorts and all the boys will have the pajama pants). And now there's an infinite amount of combo possibilities within each of those codes!
My hope is to find valid serial codes where the first section of numbers reduces to every number between 1 and 41 -- because with access to a code for each number you can create any special serial number you'd want. For example: your baby is halloween themed, so you want to use the serial number 10/31 or 1031. Reducing 1031 by subtracting 41 from it until you get the closest to 0 that you can get leaves you with 6 -- which is the '6 group' from the resource sheet. So any of these codes:
6-bcga-aaaB-gbd asian boy (ab)
6-ccga-aaaC-gbd asian boy (abx)
6-dcga-aaaD-gbd asian girl (ag)
6-ecga-aaaE-gbd asian girl (agx)
[etc etc for all baby types]
Can be made into, for example, 1031-ecga-aaaE-gbd for your Halloween date baby! Obviously this doesn't have much of an impact on the baby. especially if you're going to be hexing their looks, but it's a cute little 'secret' detail to add to a baby that I think is really fun (:
I was always super fascinated in serial codes. Back in the day before hexing was as advanced as it is now, it was very in vogue to have a unique code baby (HAHAHA I KNOW RIGHT), I remember spending all day generating codes to get a blonde three pigtailed girl with light green eyes and three nose freckles. Anyways that was a tangent what I really wanted to say was this was fun to read! I’m on mobile now but I’ll look through my favorite codes when I get home
There's still something special about unique code babyz to me, I think it brings me back to that same excitement I had over all the possibilities and the sense of each baby being an individual (...and me wanting to have all of them, haha!) that I had when I was a kid playing the game (: I really like having the formula broken down here and its potential in inspiring hexing, too -- challenging yourself by choosing a totally random (or significant, like the halloween number) code baby and then hexing them in a way that either keeps something of their original look or is inspired by it (and potentially hexing a kind of baby you usually wouldn't!)
It also still impresses me how much variation there actually *is* in the base game -- in the codes resource I've recorded code babyz for most of the hair style/color/skin tone/eye color/freckles/rosies/big nose combos possible, but I haven't even touched the face and ear shapes ... it's again one of the things I really love about the game, it's deceptively simple in build and yet was able to make so much out of those features!