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Old February 16th, 2013 (1:35 PM). Edited January 16th, 2016 by Blue.
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I think I've been down this path many times now, meaning created some sort of Fire Red hack which ends up going corrupt or ending up becoming glitched beyond repair! So I'm hoping I can touch lucky this time round. This will be similar to my previous Fire Red entries with extra features added on to make the game much more enjoyable and prolonged!

As always, this game focuses on difficulty and capturing every Pokemon available. I have applied all what I can to make this hack credible, I have spend endless hours perfecting and tweaking the extra features and details to make sure that it runs smoothly so hopefully you won't run into any glitches this time! Scroll down to see the new and improved features that this hack has to offer, enjoy!

*Special thanks to The DS-style 64x64 Pokémon Sprite Resource for providing the updated sprites.

Game Features
  • Difficulty - As always, the games difficulty has increased dramaticly, with an adjustable level curve.
  • Wild Pokemon - Again, you will be able to capture all 386 Pokemon one way or another, a list of locations has been provided.
  • Rivals & Rockets - You will notice that you have two extra companions to battle along the way. This includes May from the Hoenn Region and Jessie & James from Team Rocket! You will battle both of these several times throughout your journey.
  • Extra Items - All those useful, unobtainable items that you couldn't get are availble as gift items. This includes Lucky Egg, Silver Powder, Thick Club etc. A list of locations has been provided for these too.
  • Stat Increases - A handful of Pokemon have had a suitible stat increase, this mainly applies to those with a lower Stat total. You can find all these on the Document with the download.
  • Extra Areas - There are a couple of extra areas for you to nab some different Pokemon! (Mainly legendaries)
  • Events - There is also a handful of events scattered around Kanto, this includes Gift Pokemon Events, Egg Events, Legendary events etc.
  • Evolution - Obviously, the evolutions of the Pokemon with unaccessable methods of evolution have now been changed.
  • Gym Rematches - Since these were left out of FRLG, I decided to kinda create Gym Leader Rematches. These take place in a small building in Vermillion City which you can only access once becoming Champion!
  • Familiar Faces - You will notice several Gym Leaders have been replaced with characters from different Regions! See if you can spot them all.
  • Type & Gender Changes - Some Pokemon have had their Types and Gender changed, this applies to those who I feel needed them.
  • Aesthetic Changes - A few Routes/Areas will have a slightly overhauled look, including entrances to new areas/caves.
  • Attack Changes - Many of the Pokemon now have a more fitting and suitable moveset, this applies to atleast 200 Pokemon. I have also boosted the Power, PP and Accuracy of many Attacks such as Dig, Cut, Aerial Ace etc.
  • Starters - Finally, I have rearranged the Starters to a more diverse mixture which is now Clamperl, Tyrogue and Trapinch. These share similar characteristics with each other which is why I chose these three. Why not the originals? This is because rather than having the generic set of Bulbasaur, Charmander and Squirtle, I thought it would be fun to change things up a bit and give you the opportunity to obtain a Pokemon that you can't usually obtain that early on in the game. Besides, you will be able to get Bulbasaur, Charmander and Squirtle via events before the third Gym anyway.
These are some of the in-game changes (Be aware; contains 80+ images)

Change Log


Version 1.5
30th August 2014

  • Shuckle can now be found at Kindle Road allowing you to capture all 386 Pokémon!
  • Fixed the glitch with the Team Rocket Battle on Six Island
  • Swellow has slightly decreased stats
  • Dunsparce has increased stats
  • Re-positioned any sprites that were once incorrectly positioned
  • General bug fixes
Version 1.4
25th August 2013
  • Revamped several boss team rosters
  • Fixed the glitch regarding Chikirota/Totodile
  • Fixed some of the OW sprite text and glitches
  • Edited a couple of moves; Dragonbreath now has an Attack Power of 80 and Meteor Mash now has an accuracy of 100%.
  • The woman outside of the Vermillion City Gym actually gives you the Light Ball as intended.
Version 1.3

22nd July 2013
  • Added Mew to Cerulean Cave
  • Fixed several exsisting bugs and errors including movement and other various game crashing problems
  • Made Bagon & Dratini much easier to access
  • Added Latios & Latias to Soul Cave
  • Added Ho-Oh and Lugia to Route 24
  • Added Deoxys to Route 3
  • Redistributed stats amongst several Pokémon so that the system is a little more balanced
  • Increased the Power of Poison Fang and edited several others moves
  • You can now capture Eevee as a one-time event in Vermillion City.
Version 1.2

5th May 2013
  • Mew can now be caught as an Event in Victory Road near to Mewtwo
  • A few existing Sprite errors have now been fixed
  • Bagon & Beldum can now be obtained as Event Pokemon
  • Any unattended glitches that were listed have been resolved, mainly Team Rocket
  • Latios & Latias are now located and can be caught at Victory Road as Events
  • A few Attack changes have been made (Swellow Slash @ Lv. 46, Dodrio Swords Dance @ Lv. 43 & Aerial Ace @ Lv. 56, Cloyster Calm Mind @ Lv. 52)
  • Any reported bugs have been resolved.
Version 1.1

16th February 2013
  • You can now obtain the Four Fossil Pokemon (Kabuto, Omanyte, Lileep & Anorith) by talking to the Man outside of Celadon City Gym
  • The caves that contain Kyogre, Groudon and the Regi Trio are now accessible
  • Roxanne's battle script is much less glitched than previously
  • The battle with May on Water Path has been relocated to Ruin Valley
  • The Team Rocket error in the Rocket Hideout basement has been fixed
  • Any signposts that could be walked on have now been corrected
  • Moonstones are now priced at 3,000 Pokedollars, the same applies to the other Elemental Stones
  • Cascoon & Silcoon no longer have no moves when caught from Viridian Forest
  • The base stat EXP for the three starters has been balanced equally for fairness
  • The dialogue in the Dragon Dojo has now been alternated.


There are two separate patches, with one minor difference. The only difference between the two patches below is the sprites, one of the patches provides an updated set of sprites for the 386 Pokémon available using the sprites from Pokémon Black and White. There are no additional Pokémon added to this hack. Both patches come with the one download.

Click Here to Download the Patch & Documents
Alternatively, refer to the attachment below!
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