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  1. catroZ
    June 18th, 2013 10:02 PM
    catroZ
    Hello sako would you mind beta testing my hack(Pokemon LightRed version)?Thanks in advance
  2. Quilava's Master
    June 17th, 2013 4:35 PM
    Quilava's Master
    Sorta? But not too much.
  3. giradialkia
    June 17th, 2013 2:36 PM
    giradialkia
    Screenshots aren't the biggest deal with hacks in the Sideshow Showcase, but it can't hurt to add a few screens of the ways you made it more difficult (ie. show the higher level Pokémon in-battle, or show them using different moves than they normally would, etc). No biggie!
  4. Danny-E 33
    June 17th, 2013 9:17 AM
    Danny-E 33
    I was unaware it was ever officially Dr. Fuji in the movie or Blaine in the manga.
    The creators of Mewtwo in my hack are the nameless scientists of the Pokemon Research Lab on Cinnabar Island.
  5. Danny-E 33
    June 16th, 2013 10:17 AM
    Danny-E 33
    Thanks for the compliment! And good question. I don't like it when a lot of hacks come out with a dozen betas before the final release, I find that stupid. I think I will try to have a beta of the first two gyms out by the end of the summer and that will be the game's only 'demo' before the final release, whenever that may get done.
  6. DrFuji
    June 15th, 2013 3:20 PM
    DrFuji
    At times, but its not at the top of my priority list right now.
  7. Danny-E 33
    June 15th, 2013 8:36 AM
    Danny-E 33
    Pretty good! Have you seen the new title screen?
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lWWW17cWvd4
  8. Danny-E 33
    June 13th, 2013 1:51 PM
    Danny-E 33
    I do not really support tool hacks. I was very excited for you to want to learn this for yourself and I put a lot of time into that tutorial.
    To edit the name of the rom, just open up your rom in a hex editor. You'll see it.
  9. Danny-E 33
    June 12th, 2013 10:21 AM
    Danny-E 33
    Tools are overrated anyway. You're going to benefit a TON more by learning how to do this for yourself. Alright. here's a bunch of information comin' at ya, are you ready?

    First you'll need a hex editor, such as Hexecute, Translhextion, WindHex32, or GoldFinger. It's up to you which one you prefer, but these are some of the most popular. And before I really get into all of this, I want to apologize if it ever appears like I am insulting your knowledge, I just don't know how much you know at this point so I am going to try to be thorough.

    Now open up your rom in the hex editor

    Here are he offsets to the trainer party data for the gym leaders and the Elite Four:
    Giovanni - 0x3A290
    Bruno - 0x3A3A9
    Brock - 0x3A3B5
    Misty - 0x3A3BB
    Lt. Surge - 0x3A3C1
    Erika - 0x3A3C9
    Koga - 0x3A3D1
    Blaine - 0x3A3DB
    Sabrina - 0x3A3E5
    Lorelei - 0x3A4BB
    Agatha - 0x3A516
    Lance - 0x3A522

    Note: "0x" is a prefix indicating that the number is in hexadecimal (base 16). You can use Windows Calculator to easily convert between decimal (base 10) and hexadecimal. Just open up Windows Calculator, press the "View" drop-down and select "Scientific" if it is not already selected and then you can type a number in decimal and then click "Hex" to get the hexadecimal, or type a number in hexadecimal and click "Dec" to get the decimal number. Let me know if you need more information on how the base 16 number system works.

    Now at these offsets, you'll notice the first byte is always 0xFF. This indicates that this trainer is a special trainer where each Pokemon can have a unique level. Other trainer party data, such as Bug Catcher or Youngster, do not have 0xFF and just start with the party data because all of their Pokemon have to be the same level. Anyway, the format for special trainers is:
    1st byte: FF (indicates special trainer)
    2nd byte: First Pokemon's level
    3rd byte: First Pokemon's ID
    4th byte: Second Pokemon's level
    5th byte: Second Pokemon's ID
    if there are more Pokemon for the trainer, the format continues (level, then Pokemon)
    Last byte: 00 (tells the game it is done reading the party data for this trainer)

    Now to edit this data, the levels are pretty simple. Just replace the level byte with whatever level you want it to be, but the number you put in has to be hexadecimal. So the decimal number 100 is 0x64 in hex so you probably won't want to use a number above 0x64. (although the levels are capable of going up to 255 (0xFF))

    Next is editing the Pokemon ID. Here are the IDs for each Pokemon:
    Hex Dec Pokémon
    01 001 Rhydon
    02 002 Kangaskhan
    03 003 NidoranM
    04 004 Clefairy
    05 005 Spearow
    06 006 Voltorb
    07 007 Nidoking
    08 008 Slowbro
    09 009 Ivysaur
    0A 010 Exeggutor
    0B 011 Lickitung
    0C 012 Exeggcute
    0D 013 Grimer
    0E 014 Gengar
    0F 015 NidoranF
    10 016 Nidoqueen
    11 017 Cubone
    12 018 Rhyhorn
    13 019 Lapras
    14 020 Arcanine
    15 021 Mew
    16 022 Gyarados
    17 023 Shellder
    18 024 Tentacool
    19 025 Gastly
    1A 026 Scyther
    1B 027 Staryu
    1C 028 Blastoise
    1D 029 Pinsir
    1E 030 Tangela
    1F 031 Missingno.
    20 032 Missingno.
    21 033 Growlithe
    22 034 Onix
    23 035 Fearow
    24 036 Pidgey
    25 037 Slowpoke
    26 038 Kadabra
    27 039 Graveler
    28 040 Chansey
    29 041 Machoke
    2A 042 Mr. Mime
    2B 043 Hitmonlee
    2C 044 Hitmonchan
    2D 045 Arbok
    2E 046 Parasect
    2F 047 Psyduck
    30 048 Drowzee
    31 049 Golem
    32 050 Missingno.
    33 051 Magmar
    34 052 Missingno.
    35 053 Electabuzz
    36 054 Magneton
    37 055 Koffing
    38 056 Missingno.
    39 057 Mankey
    3A 058 Seel
    3B 059 Diglett
    3C 060 Tauros
    3D 061 Missingno.
    3E 062 Missingno.
    3F 063 Missingno.
    40 064 Farfetch'd
    41 065 Venonat
    42 066 Dragonite
    43 067 Missingno.
    44 068 Missingno.
    45 069 Missingno.
    46 070 Doduo
    47 071 Poliwag
    48 072 Jynx
    49 073 Moltres
    4A 074 Articuno
    4B 075 Zapdos
    4C 076 Ditto
    4D 077 Meowth
    4E 078 Krabby
    4F 079 Missingno.
    50 080 Missingno.
    51 081 Missingno.
    52 082 Vulpix
    53 083 Ninetales
    54 084 Pikachu
    55 085 Raichu
    56 086 Missingno.
    57 087 Missingno.
    58 088 Dratini
    59 089 Dragonair
    5A 090 Kabuto
    5B 091 Kabutops
    5C 092 Horsea
    5D 093 Seadra
    5E 094 Missingno.
    5F 095 Missingno.
    60 096 Sandshrew
    61 097 Sandslash
    62 098 Omanyte
    63 099 Omastar
    64 100 Jigglypuff
    65 101 Wigglytuff
    66 102 Eevee
    67 103 Flareon
    68 104 Jolteon
    69 105 Vaporeon
    6A 106 Machop
    6B 107 Zubat
    6C 108 Ekans
    6D 109 Paras
    6E 110 Poliwhirl
    6F 111 Poliwrath
    70 112 Weedle
    71 113 Kakuna
    72 114 Beedrill
    73 115 Missingno.
    74 116 Dodrio
    75 117 Primeape
    76 118 Dugtrio
    77 119 Venomoth
    78 120 Dewgong
    79 121 Missingno.
    7A 122 Missingno.
    7B 123 Caterpie
    7C 124 Metapod
    7D 125 Butterfree
    7E 126 Machamp
    7F 127 Missingno.
    80 128 Golduck
    81 129 Hypno
    82 130 Golbat
    83 131 Mewtwo
    84 132 Snorlax
    85 133 Magikarp
    86 134 Missingno.
    87 135 Missingno.
    88 136 Muk
    89 137 Missingno.
    8A 138 Kingler
    8B 139 Cloyster
    8C 140 Missingno.
    8D 141 Electrode
    8E 142 Clefable
    8F 143 Weezing
    90 144 Persian
    91 145 Marowak
    92 146 Missingno.
    93 147 Haunter
    94 148 Abra
    95 149 Alakazam
    96 150 Pidgeotto
    97 151 Pidgeot
    98 152 Starmie
    99 153 Bulbasaur
    9A 154 Venusaur
    9B 155 Tentacruel
    9C 156 Missingno.
    9D 157 Goldeen
    9E 158 Seaking
    9F 159 Missingno.
    A0 160 Missingno.
    A1 161 Missingno.
    A2 162 Missingno.
    A3 163 Ponyta
    A4 164 Rapidash
    A5 165 Rattata
    A6 166 Raticate
    A7 167 Nidorino
    A8 168 Nidorina
    A9 169 Geodude
    AA 170 Porygon
    AB 171 Aerodactyl
    AC 172 Missingno.
    AD 173 Magnemite
    AE 174 Missingno.
    AF 175 Missingno.
    B0 176 Charmander
    B1 177 Squirtle
    B2 178 Charmeleon
    B3 179 Wartortle
    B4 180 Charizard
    B5 181 Missingno.
    B6 182 Missingno. Kabutops Fossil
    B7 183 Missingno. Aerodactyl Fossil
    B8 184 Missingno. Ghost
    B9 185 Oddish
    BA 186 Gloom
    BB 187 Vileplume
    BC 188 Bellsprout
    BD 189 Weepinbell
    BE 190 Victreebel

    Now just get the Hexadecimal ID of the Pokemon you want to put in and replace the ID of the Pokemon you are trying to edit.

    Let's do Brock as an example. So go to 0x3A3B5. The first byte we see is FF so we know this is a special trainer. The next two bytes are 0C A9. The first byte should be the level and 0x0C in decimal is 12. According to the table I provided, A9 is Geodude. So Brock's first Pokemon should be a level 12 Geodude. The next two bytes are 0E 22. 0x0E is 14 and 22 is Onix. So Brock's second Pokemon is a level 14 Onix. The next byte is 00 so we know those are the only two Pokemon Brock has. Make sense?
    Let me know if you have any questions on anything I said or anything about how to use a hex editor. Good luck!
  10. Diegoisawesome
    June 11th, 2013 2:15 PM
    Diegoisawesome
    Yeah, don't worry.
  11. Danny-E 33
    June 11th, 2013 11:59 AM
    Danny-E 33
    Hey sounds great thanks a lot!
  12. destinedjagold
    June 10th, 2013 12:19 AM
    destinedjagold
    zel is a programmer, not a soldier of the u.s. air force watchamacallit.
  13. 3dd13
    June 4th, 2013 5:54 PM
    3dd13
    no, lol, and that was lost as well. im currently borrowing a computer till i can get a job and buy a new one.
    how have you been?
  14. giradialkia
    May 29th, 2013 3:21 AM
    giradialkia
    Hi- the thread you submitted didn't meet requirements.

    Spoiler:
    Hey all I'm a newbie hacker here...... well let me get straight to the point..... As a kid my favorite game was Pokémon gold.... I played the game millions of times... but every time I completed it I realized there was no challenge... especially against the gym leaders and the E4

    Well the name of this hack is : Pokémon gold hard gym leader/E4 challenge. Trust me while playing this hack you will get really surprised when you battle the gym leaders . This is my first hack which I have released unto this community

    well in the first beta the gym leaders have been updated up to Morty. I'm working on this hack on my own at the moment.

    In the first beta only the gym leaders have been edited up to Morty... in the future releases I will edit the Pokémon you find in the grass and so on...

    Hope you find it hard ... also healthy criticism is available.

    Credits
    Me alone.... ( would be happy if others want to join and help)
    GC Gym leader editor by Yomama


    Check the following thread to see what you need.
    http://www.pokecommunity.com/showthread.php?t=231324
    They're fairly easy to follow, and as far as I remember you have some kind of patch available, so all you need to do is make the necessary screenshots and stuff, and resubmit! :)
  15. Bela
    May 23rd, 2013 3:17 PM
    Bela
    indeed I am

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  • About slim spazzy
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    Let me start.. My name is Sidhanth and I'm a hardcore Pokemon Enthusiast. I absolutely love pokemon in every form possible be it the cards, the games and spinoffs! I usually play ROM Hacks in my free time and I absolutely love to make puns and spit out a few raps. I also enjoy playing by the official VGC rules and i battle an awful lot. If you want to know more, feel free to hit me up. :)
    Interests
    Rapping,Hacking Roms,Competitve battling, Anime and Manga :)
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    College student
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    Hasty
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    Favorite Pokémon
    Meowstic, Sableye and Xerneas
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    Grass

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