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Old November 26th, 2012, 03:29 AM
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Glad you're enjoying the hack!

You're right in thinking that most of those side quests are primarily done at the end of the game or for post-game. You can get the fossil Pokémon you didn't choose as soon as you get to Fuchsia City, though.

The sidequests are all thrown in to let you get most of the remaining Pokémon not obtainable through other means. My goal with this hack is to make the native FireRed into the most option-diverse (through nostalgic inclusions or otherwise) and convenient game it can be while keeping it essentially the same game. If you can get all the Pokémon in the game in credible, semi-authentic ways and get the feeling that the game has become less of a hassle to play (and has more options), then I'd say this hack is fulfilling it's job.
The hack is completely fulfilling it's job then! :D
I've now been through every gym, going for E4 atm. I got the second fossil pokemon and the bulbasaur too!
I'm wondering, the extras in the first post (bug catcher, route 10 pokecenter, ...) - you state them as significant in game. How so? In most of them I can't even identify the differences. Are they side-quests too in some way? What do you mean by significant?
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Old November 26th, 2012, 05:55 AM
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The hack is completely fulfilling it's job then! :D
I've now been through every gym, going for E4 atm. I got the second fossil pokemon and the bulbasaur too!
I'm wondering, the extras in the first post (bug catcher, route 10 pokecenter, ...) - you state them as significant in game. How so? In most of them I can't even identify the differences. Are they side-quests too in some way? What do you mean by significant?
You're probably putting a bit too much thought into those. The images in the "Extras" spoiler tag are meant to showcase a few of the extra features as seen in the patch description. For example, notice how the player is facing that bug catcher before battling him in Viridian Forest. Seems correct, right?

Well, that's how it should be. Those images should all feel either "right" or "convenient" in some sort of way. Your mention of the Route 10 image fulfills the latter duty. That particular pic is meant to show off the one-cut trees in the game. Note how all the trees are gone when the player flies back to Route 10 (presumably after cutting them previously). Trust me, these subtle differences can add up.
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Old November 26th, 2012, 06:49 AM
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You're probably putting a bit too much thought into those. The images in the "Extras" spoiler tag are meant to showcase a few of the extra features as seen in the patch description. For example, notice how the player is facing that bug catcher before battling him in Viridian Forest. Seems correct, right?

Well, that's how it should be. Those images should all feel either "right" or "convenient" in some sort of way. Your mention of the Route 10 image fulfills the latter duty. That particular pic is meant to show off the one-cut trees in the game. Note how all the trees are gone when the player flies back to Route 10 (presumably after cutting them previously). Trust me, these subtle differences can add up.
Oh I see it now! That makes sense :D
I was probably enjoying the side-quests so much I was inconsciously hoping and searching for more ahah

Love the hack tho, congratulations! Fire red should have been made this way, kudos
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Old March 23rd, 2013, 10:03 PM
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I found a very minor typo; Nidorina is misspelled as Nidorana, with an extra a. Trivial to correct, however, with any rom-level pokemon editor or even a hex editor (change C8 DD D8 E3 E6 E2 D5 E2 to C8 DD D8 E3 E6 DD D5 E2 ).

Something else might be to search "S " (CD 00) and its variants in a hex editor, especially one like Goldfinger, to correct the remaining itemS like errors. It seems they follow certain variables, so in the code the message might be something like "You received n POINTERS" and the game is simply reusing the same message over and over as a space-saving, work-saving technique.

This was very nice to play through; I really think you have a wonderful design philosophy. Great work on the audio, not too many seem up to the task of sound hacking.Thanks.
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Old April 2nd, 2013, 10:35 PM
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Hey again everyone! I'm here with a progress update. Or lack thereof, in this case. Since my last release I really haven't done much hacking to advance Throwback; real life has been getting in the way, especially at the present moment. It also doesn't help that my hacking computer is currently in for repairs...

Regardless, I intend to return to this in the near future. I've got a friend who might be interested in learning how to get into scripting. If I do end up helping him out, I feel my desire to come back to this will only grow!

I have a couple ideas as to what I want to do next, but they might be a bit expansive and require quite a deal of time commitment to finish. Rest assured, though, that whatever that next big step is, with it will come quality and pseudo-authenticity. I hope everyone who's tried the hack out so far has had fun!

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I found a very minor typo; Nidorina is misspelled as Nidorana, with an extra a. Trivial to correct, however, with any rom-level pokemon editor or even a hex editor (change C8 DD D8 E3 E6 E2 D5 E2 to C8 DD D8 E3 E6 DD D5 E2 ).

Something else might be to search "S " (CD 00) and its variants in a hex editor, especially one like Goldfinger, to correct the remaining itemS like errors. It seems they follow certain variables, so in the code the message might be something like "You received n POINTERS" and the game is simply reusing the same message over and over as a space-saving, work-saving technique.

This was very nice to play through; I really think you have a wonderful design philosophy. Great work on the audio, not too many seem up to the task of sound hacking.Thanks.
Thanks for the report! I was bound to miss a few things...but "Nidorana?" Wow, I feel like I've committed a crime against all things sacred in Pokémon. Also, I did crush as many of the "ItemS" instances as I could find. There's a chance that events involving multiples of the same item received at once have it hardcoded into the game. If other decapped hacks have that right, I'll check again. When I get back to the hack, this will be top priority.
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Old April 4th, 2013, 08:17 PM
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I just got my laptop back! I figured that it wouldn't be worth it to have the thread fully brought back from the dead if I didn't have anything to show, so here is a little treat for everyone.

First, a bug update. I've crushed a few annoying ones that I could get out of the way given my time constraints. Download it in the OP!

Changelog:
Spoiler:
Catch 'em All:
  • Wild Sunkern now have a 5% chance of holding a Sun Stone.
Extras:
  • You can now use the Bicycle all throughout Mt. Moon.
Decapitalization:
  • "Nidorana" has been wiped from existence, now replaced with "Nidorina" as it should be. Thanks to dkp for pointing this out!
  • An instance of "ChampionS" is now "Champions".
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But, more importantly, a glimpse into the possible future:

That's right, I started recoloring the GSC Pokémon sprites! I've chosen to start with Bulbasaur (Silver), Charmander (Crystal), and Squirtle (Gold/Crystal) for obvious reasons. But I only have these three guys done as of now. If I get around to completing the entire set for at least the Kanto Pokémon, I'll include them in a new patch option.

Some things you may notice:
  1. Yes, I'm foregoing my own interpretation of the 1st Gen sprites. As captnotatroll's work should prove, they don't exactly translate into modern day well. Even if they were given the most perfect of makeovers, they would still stick out like a sore thumb. And yes, I'm aware that the Yellow sprites are much better than those. I find they still don't have quite the draw quality that the later games exhibit.
  2. The upgraded sprites have a few changes made to their design to accomodate for more color options, particularly with eyes and shading.
  3. The shading style is taken from Ruby/Sapphire/Emerald, as they are the last games in the series to fully embrace the original sprite style. Later games go for an immediate cartoon look, foregoing gradient shades for singular tones.
Also, the palettes are the ones from R/S/E. This is because they match the original artwork better and make it easier to port the R/S/E backsprites, which I intend to do as well. If you guys generally prefer the FR/LG palettes more, I'll change the colors back. Or just include options for both of them!

Any thoughts you have on the sprites? Perhaps opinions of your own conflicting with mine? I'm all ears!
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Old July 7th, 2013, 05:09 AM
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ummm bro,,,can i use ur ow ?? :D
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Old August 7th, 2013, 07:54 PM
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ummm bro,,,can i use ur ow ?? :D
I don't see why not! Just make sure that you give me credit for them.

Be aware that I had to slightly alter the OW palette to fit in a new black over a blue.

My apologies for the late reply, real life can take people away from projects such as this. Out of curiosity, does anyone really care about adding those retro Kanto Pokémon sprites? I'm starting to find the effort to be a bit wasteful and fruitless.
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Old August 11th, 2013, 01:16 AM
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Where can I download this at I want to play this please help
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Old August 11th, 2013, 09:08 AM
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I've been playing through this. Almost done. Currently prepping for the Round 2 Elite Four battle. Overall, big thumbs up. It feels very professional. The new events feel like they're supposed to be there or that they were always there. The location placement for Pokemon feels correct. The GB Player adds a terrific level of nostalgia. This is now my preferred version of playing this game - be it Gen I or Gen III. This hack is definitive.

With that said, I do have a few questions and suggestions.

1) Where is the map mentioned in the first post for Pokemon that evolve through trade? I haven't been able to locate it. To compensate... I cheated a bit and used a save editor and pretended to execute in-game trades where appropriate based on the Yellow and Japanese Blue versions. If that map isn't there, maybe you can add these trades into the game itself instead?
From Yellow: Ricky the Machoke/Machamp on Route 5
From Japanese Blue: Spectre the Haunter/Gengar in Cerulean City, and Terra the Graveler/Golem on Cinnabar Island
Still lacking an Alakazam though...

2) A couple of times I encountered broken items. Once a ???? in my bag, and once in my PC. Also "?35" Antidotes in my PC. Not sure though if this was related to the hack itself, or more the save editing mentioned above to get those traded Pokemon.

3) Responding to the Mew and Celebi poll above... maybe Mew would fit in Celadon Mansion? If the events from other games can't be added.

4) Probably too much effort to accomplish something so petty, but any chance of having the GB Player be in stereo for the Kanto music? It is for the Johto music, which is good. And Yellow had three different stereo modes that you could use for inspiration (my preferences is Stereo1)

5) Is there an event for the other Hitmon you don't select that I haven't uncovered yet? Or do we just evolve a Tyrogue?

6) I encountered a Raikou on the map in Altering Cave. It just roared. The screen flashed black and then it was gone from the map. No battle. Is that correct?

Overall though, this was really well done and impressive.
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Old August 11th, 2013, 11:09 AM
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Where can I download this at I want to play this please help
The download link is the first line under the bolded and underlined word "Download":

"Try out the hack and its assorted options right now!"

The website seems to like making the hyperlink text the same color as everything else, so I might change it to something a bit more obvious.

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I've been playing through this. Almost done. Currently prepping for the Round 2 Elite Four battle. Overall, big thumbs up. It feels very professional. The new events feel like they're supposed to be there or that they were always there. The location placement for Pokemon feels correct. The GB Player adds a terrific level of nostalgia. This is now my preferred version of playing this game - be it Gen I or Gen III. This hack is definitive.

With that said, I do have a few questions and suggestions.

1) Where is the map mentioned in the first post for Pokemon that evolve through trade? I haven't been able to locate it. To compensate... I cheated a bit and used a save editor and pretended to execute in-game trades where appropriate based on the Yellow and Japanese Blue versions. If that map isn't there, maybe you can add these trades into the game itself instead?
From Yellow: Ricky the Machoke/Machamp on Route 5
From Japanese Blue: Spectre the Haunter/Gengar in Cerulean City, and Terra the Graveler/Golem on Cinnabar Island
Still lacking an Alakazam though...
Oh boy...it's been so long I've forgotten about this. The final evolutions are currently catchable on a single map in the game (or evolvable through trade). From looking at their indicated areas in the Pokédex, these are where they are:

Spoiler:
Alakazam - Cerulean Cave, the maze room
Machamp- Mt. Ember, the second room from the regular entrance
Golem - Cerulean Cave, via Rock Smash in the room with Mewtwo
Gengar - Pokémon Tower, the final floor
Politoed - Ruin Valley, via fishing with the Super Rod
Slowking - Outcast Island, via surfing
Steelix - Sevault Canyon
Scizor - Pattern Bush
Kingdra - Tanoby Ruins, via fishing with the Super Rod
Porygon2 - Ruin Valley


Note that the rarity of these Pokémon is high, so you'll need to search a bit. That, or just fast-forward in your emulator! Otherwise, they're still evolvable through trade.

I didn't want to break canon with the official Pokémon games, so they all still evolve the same way. I always intended to add a method that simulated the post-trading process into the game, but I'm pretty sure I don't have the know-how to do that right now.

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2) A couple of times I encountered broken items. Once a ???? in my bag, and once in my PC. Also "?35" Antidotes in my PC. Not sure though if this was related to the hack itself, or more the save editing mentioned above to get those traded Pokemon.
Could you tell me when and where these occurrences happen? To be honest, I haven't "properly" tested the entire game for bugs like these (that would take weeks on end to do considering every possible thing you can do in the game).

What you're describing does sound like what happened one time when I used an Action Replay to edit my save game. I'm not saying it was your save editing, but...



Or not. If so, that's more on me for not including a locations list before.

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3) Responding to the Mew and Celebi poll above... maybe Mew would fit in Celadon Mansion? If the events from other games can't be added.
I still intend to put Faraway Island into the game for Mew. Depending on how determined/creative I feel, I might resort to that Pokédex check in Celadon Mansion for Celebi. If not, I actually wanted to try something a bit more ambitious.

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4) Probably too much effort to accomplish something so petty, but any chance of having the GB Player be in stereo for the Kanto music? It is for the Johto music, which is good. And Yellow had three different stereo modes that you could use for inspiration (my preferences is Stereo1)
I wasn't aware that Yellow had stereo sound! The entire time I was basing things off of Red and neglected to check that game's deeper features out. I'll take a look at the different stereo options in Yellow and see which is best overall.

EDIT: Upon checking myself, it seems that "Earphone1" is indeed the best of the three options. Good ears!

And no, adding stereo sound is certainly not petty! It's a huge leap from what's already there, so it's entirely welcome in the hack.

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5) Is there an event for the other Hitmon you don't select that I haven't uncovered yet? Or do we just evolve a Tyrogue?
Evolve a Tyrogue. You can always try to control what it'll evolve into with EV training!

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6) I encountered a Raikou on the map in Altering Cave. It just roared. The screen flashed black and then it was gone from the map. No battle. Is that correct?

Overall though, this was really well done and impressive.
Raikou, along with the other two legendary beasts, disappear to another location within the Sevii Isles. The locations are a bit obvious, so it shouldn't take too long to locate each one. Once you interact with them in the new area, you'll be able to battle them.
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Old August 11th, 2013, 11:25 AM
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Oh boy...it's been so long I've forgotten about this. The final evolutions are currently catchable on a single map in the game (or evolvable through trade). From looking at their indicated areas in the Pokédex, these are where they are:

Spoiler:
Alakazam - Cerulean Cave, the maze room
Machamp- Mt. Ember, the second room from the regular entrance
Golem - Cerulean Cave, via Rock Smash in the room with Mewtwo
Gengar - Pokémon Tower, the final floor
Politoed - Ruin Valley, via fishing with the Super Rod
Slowking - Outcast Island, via surfing
Steelix - Sevault Canyon
Scizor - Pattern Bush
Kingdra - Tanoby Ruins, via fishing with the Super Rod
Porygon2 - Ruin Valley


Note that the rarity of these Pokémon is high, so you'll need to search a bit. That, or just fast-forward in your emulator! Otherwise, they're still evolvable through trade.

I didn't want to break canon with the official Pokémon games, so they all still evolve the same way. I always intended to add a method that simulated the post-trading process into the game, but I'm pretty sure I don't have the know-how to do that right now.
I encountered some of those Johto ones, but I never made the connection that that's what the first post was referring too. lol I thought it meant there was a new area somewhere just with the trade evolutions. Good to know. Thanks.
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Old August 11th, 2013, 02:30 PM
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Thank you I already like the gb player man its so awesome
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Old August 11th, 2013, 06:03 PM
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Thank you I already like the gb player man its so awesome
If you haven't gotten too far yet, you may want to hold off for just a second!

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VERSION v3.3.3 NOW LIVE!

As it turns out, adding stereo support to the 8-Bit tracks the way Pokémon Yellow does it is a trivial process. And I had just enough free space after each track to get by! That plus a couple of new additions brought about by the community are featured here. Huge thanks to those responsible!

Changelog:
Spoiler:
GB Player:
  • You can now blast your 8-Bit favorites in Stereo, added using Yellow's "Earphone1" setup.
  • A slight error at the end of the title theme has been fixed.
Extras:
  • Wade off wild Pokémon in style with Darthatron's BW2 Repel System.
  • "Presents" now appears under the Game Freak logo, ported properly to v1.0 by diegoisawesome.

One last thanks to everyone who's checked out my hack! I'm happy to provide something that is bringing joy to others.
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Old August 12th, 2013, 05:32 PM
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Applied both of those new patches with no complications.

Love the new GB Player, sounds just like I had hoped.
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Old August 30th, 2013, 02:19 PM
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Cant open ips with lunar ips this happens with 2 other hacks now...
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Old September 8th, 2013, 01:35 AM
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Cant open ips with lunar ips this happens with 2 other hacks now...
If patched using the proper process, there should be no issues. What exact steps are you going through when applying the patch with Lunar IPS?
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Old September 8th, 2013, 10:15 AM
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Nvm i patch hacks with myboy emu everything works now...
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Old September 9th, 2013, 07:00 PM
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Nvm i patch hacks with myboy emu everything works now...
Well that's good to hear. Since the emulator is doing the patching, I assume it was just a naming problem? Regardless, nice to see you sorted that out!
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Old September 19th, 2013, 05:00 AM
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Hi there, RichterSnipes! I was just wondering; since you said, um, this:

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Heck, if anyone wants to further polish the game into the flawless gem it deserves to be or use some form of it as a base for FireRed extensions, that's OK by me, too!
I was just wondering if I could use your GB Player and Extras patch for my own hack, also an attempt of a FireRed re-remake (whaaat) sort of thing. Would it be alright?
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Old September 20th, 2013, 04:28 PM
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Hi there, RichterSnipes! I was just wondering; since you said, um, this:

*OP excerpt*

I was just wondering if I could use your GB Player and Extras patch for my own hack, also an attempt of a FireRed re-remake (whaaat) sort of thing. Would it be alright?
Sure, go ahead! As long as you give proper credit, I don't object to whatever you may wish to do with any part of my hack.
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Old September 21st, 2013, 12:27 AM
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Wow, that's really cool! Thanks a lot!
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Old September 21st, 2013, 03:51 PM
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Wow, that's really cool! Thanks a lot!
No problem! Don't be afraid to PM me if you need any help on applying it to your hack the way you'd like.
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Old September 22nd, 2013, 06:36 AM
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Um, there are some things I'd like help for.

First, is this compatible with gogojjtech's HGSS Music Patch? If so, how do I apply it?

Second, no offense, but I want to re-reverse engineer (wat) the Cut system you implemented. Is that possible? :O

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Old September 22nd, 2013, 10:55 AM
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Um, there are some things I'd like help for.

First, is this compatible with gogojjtech's HGSS Music Patch? If so, how do I apply it?

Second, no offense, but I want to re-reverse engineer (wat) the Cut system you implemented. Is that possible? :O

Thanks and more power.
I read that thread, and your replies in it, just minutes after I made my last reply, so I kind of figured this was where this was going.

I'll send a PM for the first part. As for the latter question, you'd just be "reverse-engineering" my tree-cut procedure. You can find it tacked on at the beginning of each tree's event data in AdvanceMap 1.92. Note that you'd have to apply it to every tree in the game since you'd be assigning each tree its own flag.
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