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Pokémon games you can 100% by yourself?!?

23 January 2013 2:06PM EST - Update by LocksmithArmy

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I remember back in 1999 when I played Pokémon Red Version for the first time. I literally caught ‘em all… the right way (never did get my Mew till MUCH later). I traded for the ones I couldn’t get because well, in 1999 EVERYONE had Pokémon and it was easy to trade for what you couldn’t get.

Well, welcome to the modern age where we all have adult jobs and adult lives. But, we still play Pokémon because Pokémon is awesome. It becomes increasingly hard to trade for what you want, especially for the old outdated games. You need both games of a given generation, two GameBoys (of the proper generation) AND two game files! NO ONE WANTS TO DO THAT, so you’re forced to cheat. Cheating is dangerous as it can corrupt your file.

I thought I would fix this problem with this small hack. I made a hack for both the Red and Gold versions. You can now catch ‘em all, all by yourself. There is no need to ever trade.

I did not have the skills to change the title screens, so I could not rename them to cool names like Violet Version or Mokume Version (violet is a mix between red and blue, mokume-gane is a mix of gold and silver). Maybe one day I will get the skills and release an update for you, but for now these are fully playable games that you can complete by yourself.

Enjoy ‘em and… Gotta Catch ‘em All!

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