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Kingdom Hearts coded (キングダム ハーツ コーデッド?) is an episodic puzzle video game developed and published by SQUARE-ENIX, in collaboration with Disney Interactive Studios, for mobile phones. The game was announced at the 2007 Tokyo Game Show. Coded was only a Japanese release, but when its remake was released, entitled Kingdom Hearts Re:coded, it was released in Japan, North America, Europe, and Australia on the Nintendo DS as was its second remake as part of Kingdom Hearts HD 2.5 Remix for the PlayStation 3.
Jiminy Cricket organises his journals chronicling Sora's journeys when he discovers a line he does not remember writing: "We must return to free them from their torment" (rewritten as "Their hurting will be mended when you return to end it" in Re:coded). King Mickey digitises the contents of the journal to investigate this message, only to find the datascape has been corrupted with bugs, which take the form of red-and-black blocks and Heartless. Mickey creates a virtual Sora named "Data-Sora" to guide him through the datascape's multiple worlds and debug the journal by destroying the blocks and digitised Heartless that appear.
While this happens, Mickey, Donald, Goofy, and Jiminy are imported into the datascape by an avatar of the journal's uncorrupted data, which takes the form of a virtual Riku, to better assist Data-Sora in debugging the journal. They discover that Pete and Maleficent have also entered the datascape to use it in their latest attempt at world domination. Maleficent destroys Data-Sora's Keyblade and kidnaps Data-Riku, however Data-Sora continues through the datascape with the help of Donald and Goofy until he regains the ability to conjure the Keyblade. Pete pits him against a bug-infected Data-Riku, whom Data-Sora defeats and debugs, only to discover that having done so will reset everything in the datascape, including Data-Sora's memories. The debugging process also activates the bug responsible for the data's corruption, which takes the form of Sora's Heartless. Data-Sora destroys the bug while Mickey and the others are returned to their world by Data-Riku before the reset occurs.
With the journal debugged, Data-Riku uncovers extra data that contains the secret to the journal's message. Mickey guides the reset Data-Sora to the extra world where he is tested by a virtual Roxas to endure the pain of having forgotten his friends as a result of being reset. Data-Sora defeats Data-Roxas and is allowed access to the deepest portion of Castle Oblivion. There he and Mickey encounter a virtual Naminé, who reveals the real Naminé as the one who left the message after discovering a set of memories relating to the people tied to the real Sora's heart (Roxas, Axel, Xion, Terra, Aqua, and Ventus) while restoring his lost memories; the bugs are also revealed to have been an unintentional side effect of her message. Before disappearing, Data-Naminé explains that it is the real Sora's duty to save the these people. Mickey relays this message to Sora through the bottled letter shown at the end of Kingdom Hearts II.