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Welcome to the Digital World!

Say goodbye to every mon you know! Introducing...




Are you tired of the same old batch of starters?

The same Legendaries and Pseudos fought and caught again and again and again?

The same archetypes you know like the back of your Pokewatch?

Say hello to a whole slew of new monsters to fight and catch! No Pokemon here, I'm talking about DIGIMON - DIGITAL MONSTERS!


FEATURES
350 new monsters with unique stats, abilities, Typing, and movepools built from the ground-up!



NO MORE FILLER MONS!
Every single Digimon is viable! Don't be afraid to build a team out of your favourite Digimon!

Five stages for prominent Digimon!


Unique attacks from the Digimon canon with unique animations (courtesy of ortz3's excellent Animation Editor)!



Full Unique Attack Showcase:
Spoiler:










"Digidex" (Pokedex) descriptions list requirements for evolution, so you never need to feel out of the loop!


Gen V Abilities and Moves, Fairy Type, Physical-Special Split, Poison Survival, BW Repel System, Reusable TMs, forgettable HM moves, etc.


HM Buffs


Convenient shop data!
Sick of random encounters? Repels are cheap as heck now.


Streamlined postgame


Prof. Oak's aides give more useful stuff


Minor dialogue tweaks



Credits:
Spoiler:

Most sprites were ripped and modified from official sources (Digimon World DS and Digimon Adventure 02: D-1 Tamer) by me.


The following sprites were ripped and modified from original pixel art from Wooded-Wolf (https://www.deviantart.com/wooded-wolf):
Motimon
Puroromon
Fanbeemon
Honeybeemon
Nohemon
Chapmon
Raidramon
Quetzalmon
Digmon
Yokomon
Pichimon
Gazimon
Monmon
Xiaomon
Bucchiemon
Datirimon


Spinomon, Rafflesimon, and Gusokumon sprites ripped and modified from original pixel art by DragonRod (https://www.deviantart.com/dragonrod342)

Turuiemon sprite ripped and modified from original pixel art by Agirl3003 (https://www.deviantart.com/agirl3003)

Kazemon sprite ripped and modified by original pixel art by mysticdragon234 (https://www.deviantart.com/mysticdragon234)

MetalGreymon sprite ripped and modified from original pixel art by kimardt (https://www.deviantart.com/kimardt)

Darcmon sprite ripped and modified from original pixel art by MOC-7 (https://www.deviantart.com/moc-7)

Hexeblaumon sprite and Lucemon X sprite ripped and modified from original pixel art by AnimaThesq (https://www.deviantart.com/animathesq)

Venusmon sprite ripped and modified from original pixel art by KajiAtsui (https://www.deviantart.com/kajiatsui)

Lilithmon and Imperialdramon Paladin Mode sprites ripped and modified from original pixel art by Hamurand22 (https://www.deviantart.com/hamurand22)

Wingdramon and SkullMammothmon sprites ripped and modified from original pixel art by SergioGranSol (https://www.deviantart.com/SergioGranSol)

MetalPhantomon and Chamelemon sprites ripped and modified from original pixel art by Herolnuzuka (DeviantArt account deactivated! :0)

Jotumon sprite ripped and modified from original pixel art by garuda9, Garmmon, and StriderTheReaper (https://www.deviantart.com/striderthereaper/art/Sprite-Sheet-Jotumon-562072191)

BanchoMamemon and Kleptomon sprites ripped and modified from original pixel art by neegasai (https://www.deviantart.com/neegasai)

Labramon sprite ripped and modified from original pixel art by Bre-Ishurna-SpriteAC (https://www.deviantart.com/bre-ishurna-spriteac/gallery)

Meicoomon sprite ripped and modified from original pixel art by TheLuca (https://www.rebornevo.com/forums/profile/61524-theluca/content/)

Hydramon sprite ripped and modified from original pixel art by Sharkmon (https://buhitter.com/author/Kr_Pixel_Artist)

Pusurimon, Herissmon, Filmon, Stefilmon, and Rasenmon sprites ripped from original pixel art by rayjt9 (https://ko-fi.com/rayjt9)

Apollomon sprite ripped from original pixel art by Demo9ic (https://www.deviantart.com/demo9ic)

Angewoman (Title Screen sprite) ripped from original pixel art by X0-000 (http://pixeljoint.com/p/21883.htm)


This game uses an old version of Leon's Rom Base from 2019
https://www.pokecommunity.com/showpost.php?p=9965349&postcount=155

The following tools were used to hack this game:
-Pokemon Game Editor (Screw the haters, PGE is stil lthe best freaking tool out there. Show me another one that can import/export Pokemon data. I'll wait. Okay rant over) by Gamer2020 (gamer2020.net)
-AdvanceMap by... uhhh... who developed AdvanceMap again?
-HexManiac by haven1433 (https://www.pokecommunity.com/showthread.php?t=428388)
-ModExe by Li Yun (https://www.pokecommunity.com/showthread.php?t=445053)
-MoveAnimationCreator by ortz3 (https://www.pokecommunity.com/showthread.php?p=10416449)




Full DigiDex:
Spoiler:

Full DigiDedex is included in the download file as an Excel spreadsheet.

I consider it a pretty big spoiler though (isn't the fun of the game exploring for yourself to see what Digimon are in it?) so click at your own risk. Maybe only check it out after your first playthrough? Just my suggestion.

Excel spreadsheet copied here:
Spoiler:

Dex # Name Type BST Location Artist
1 Tanemon Grass 310 Starter, Berry Forest
2 Palmon Grass 390 Tanemon + lv. 15
3 Ponchomon Grass 470 Palmon + lv. 30
4 Lilymon Grass-Fairy 550 Ponchomon + lv. 45
5 Rosemon Grass-Fairy 630 Lilymon + lv. 60
6 Koromon Fire 310 Starter, Kindle Road
7 Agumon Fire 390 Koromon + lv. 15
8 Greymon Fire 470 Agumon + lv. 30
9 MetalGreymon Fire-Steel 550 Greymon + lv. 45 kimardt
10 WarGreymon Fire-Steel 630 MetalGreymon + lv. 60
11 SkullGreymon Fire-Dark 500 Agumon + Black DigiEgg
12 Bukamon Water 310 Starter, Seafoam Islands
13 Gomamon Water 390 Bukamon + lv. 15
14 Ikkaukumon Water 470 Gomamon + lv. 30
15 Zudomon Water-Electric 550 Ikkakumon + lv. 45
16 Vikemon Water-Electric 630 Zudomon + lv. 60
17 Tsunomon Ice 310 Route 4
18 Gabumon Ice 390 Tsunomon + lv. 15
19 Garurumon Ice 470 Gabumon + lv. 30
20 Weregaruruomon Ice 550 Garurumon + lv. 45
21 MetalGarurumon Ice-Steel 630 WereGarurumon + lv. 60
22 Tokomon Fairy 310 Rock Tunnel 1
23 Patamon Fairy 390 Tokomon + lv. 15
24 Angemon Fairy-Flying 470 Patamon + lv. 30
25 MagnaAngemon Fairy-Flying 550 Angemon + lv. 45
26 Seraphimon Fairy-Flying 630 MagnaAngemon + lv. 60
27 Yokomon Normal 310 Route 5 Wooded-Wolf
28 Biyomon Flying 390 Yokomon + lv. 15
29 Birdramon Fire-Flying 470 Biyomon + lv. 30
30 Garudomon Fire-Flying 550 Birdramon + lv. 45
31 Hououmon Fire-Flying 630 Garudamon + lv. 60
32 Motimon Bug 310 Viridian Forest Wooded-Wolf
33 Tentomon Bug-Electric 390 Motimon + lv. 15
34 Kabuterimon Bug-Electric 470 Tentomon + lv. 30
35 MegaKabuterimon Bug-Electric 550 Kabuterimon + lv. 45
36 HerculesKabuterimon Bug-Electric 630 MegaKabuterimon + lv. 60
37 Nyaromon Fairy 330 Mt. Moon B1 & B2
38 Salamon Fairy 390 Nyaromon + lv. 15
39 Gatomon Fairy 450 Salamon + lv. 30
40 Angewomon Fairy-Flying 510 Gatomon + lv. 45
41 Opahnimon Fairy-Flying 570 Angewomon + lv. 60
42 Chibomon Normal 180 Route 2
43 DemiVeemon Normal 330 Chibomon + lv. 10
44 Veemon Normal 390 DemiVeemon + lv. 20, Sky Pillar
45 X-Veemon Dragon 450 Veemon + lv. 30
46 Magnamon Dragon-Fairy 510 X-Veemon + lv. 45
47 Flamedramon Dragon-Fire 450 Veemon + Red DigiEgg
48 Raidramon Dragon-Electric 450 Veemon + Gold DigiEgg Wooded-Wolf
49 Upamon Normal 330 Mt. Moon 1
50 Armadillomon Ground 390 Upamon + lv. 15
51 Anklyomon Ground 450 Armadillomon + lv. 30
52 Shakomon Ground-Psychic 510 Ankylomon + lv. 45
53 Digmon Ground-Bug 450 Armadillomon + Shiny DigiEgg Wooded-Wolf
54 Poromon Flying 330 Route 6
55 Hawkmon Flying 390 Poromon + lv. 15
56 Aquilamon Flying 450 Hawkmon + lv. 30
57 Silphymon Flying-Psychic 510 Aquilamon + lv. 45
58 Shurimon Flying-Grass 450 Hawkmon + Green DigiEgg
59 Minomon Bug-Poison 330 Viridian Forest
60 Wormmon Bug-Poison 390 Minomon + lv. 15
61 Sitingmon Bug-Poison 450 Wormmon + lv. 30
62 Paildramon Dragon-Poison 510 Stingmon + lv. 45
63 Imperialdramon Dragon 590 Paildramon + lv. 60
64 Kokomon Normal 310 Route 24
65 Lopmon Fighting 390 Kokomon + lv. 15
66 Turuiemon Fighting 470 Lopmon + lv. 30 Agirl3003
67 Antylamon Figthing 550 Turuiemon + lv. 45
68 Cherubimon Fighting-Fairy 630 Antylamon + lv. 60
69 Gummymon Normal 390 Route 25
70 Terriermon Normal 450 Gummymon + lv. 15
71 Gargomon Normal 510 Terriermon + lv. 30
72 Rapidmon Steel 570 Gargomon + lv. 45
73 MegaGargomon Steel 630 Rapidmon + lv. 60
74 Viximon Fire 310 Route 10
75 Renamon Fire 390 Viximon + lv. 15
76 Kyubimon Fire-Psychic 470 Renamon + lv. 30
77 Taomon Fire-Psychic 550 Kyubimon + lv. 45
78 Sakuyamon Fire-Psychic 630 Taomon + lv. 60
79 Gigimon Fire 310 Route 9
80 Guilmon Fire 390 Gigimon + lv. 15
81 Growlmon Fire-Dragon 470 Guilmon + lv. 30
82 WarGrowlmon Fire-Dragon 550 Growlmon + lv. 45
83 Gallantmon Fire-Dragon 630 WarGrowlmon + lv. 60
84 Ketomon Dragon 160 Mt Moon 1
85 Hopmon Dragon 220 Ketomon + lv. 15
86 Monodramon Dragon 340 Hopmon + lv. 25
87 StrikeDramon Dragon 430 Monodramon + lv. 35
88 Cyberdramon Dark-Dragon 540 StrikeDramon + lv. 50
89 Calumon Psychic 480 Route 113, 114
90 DemiDevimon Dark 290 Route 16
91 Devimon Dark 380 DemiDevimon + lv. 20
92 Myotismon Dark 470 Devimon + lv. 35
93 Piedmon Dark-Psychic 560 Myotismon + lv. 50
94 Kuramon Dark-Poison 205 Route 22
95 Tsumemon Dark-Poison 265 Kuramon + lv. 20
96 Keramon Dark-Poison 325 Tsumemon + lv. 30
97 Chrysalimon Dark-Poison 415 Keramon + lv. 40
98 Infermon Dark-Poison 515 Chrysalimon + lv. 50
99 Diaboromon Dark-Poison 625 Infermon + lv. 60
100 Impmon Dark 340 Route 11
101 Beelzemon Dark 565 Impmon + lv. 35
102 Pixiemon Fairy 480 Route 13
103 MarineAngemon Fairy 545 Piximon + lv. 50
104 Sunarizamon Ground 260 Diglett Cave
105 Tortomon Ground 460 Sunarizamon + lv. 30
106 Spinomon Ground-Dragon 540 Tortomon + lv. 50 DragonRod
107 Dorimon Normal 290 Mt. Moon B1 & B2
108 Dorumon Normal 440 Dorimon + lv. 20
109 Kamemon Water-Ground 260 Route 10
110 Gwappamon Water-Ground 430 Kamemon + lv. 30
111 Shawjamon Water-Ground 510 Gwappamon + lv. 50
112 Nanimon Fighting 360 Route 5
113 Apemon Fighting-Ground 450 Nanimon + lv. 30
114 Pandamon Fighting-Ground 540 Apemon + lv. 50
115 Pagumon Dark 210 Route 4
116 Gazimon Dark 400 Pagumon + lv. 15 Wooded-Wolf
117 Devidramon Dark 480 Gazimon + lv. 30
118 Cerberumon Dark 540 Devidramon + lv. 45
119 Bombmon Normal 280 Route 1
120 Thundermon Electric 390 Bombmon + lv. 10
121 Bombernanimon Electric 550 Thundermon + lv. 30
122 Botamon Psychic 310 Route 3
123 Wizardmon Psychic 460 Botamon + lv. 20, Cave of Origin
124 Wisemon Psychic 540 Wizardmon + lv. 50
125 ToyAgumon Normal 240 Route 6
126 ExTyranomon Ground 360 ToyAgumon + lv. 15
127 SkullKnightmon Ground-Steel 435 ExTyranomon + lv. 40
128 Monitamon Normal 270 Route 9
129 Deputymon Normal 415 Monitamon + lv. 30
130 Justimon Fighting 520 Deputymon + lv. 40
131 Sukamon Normal 270 Route 11
132 Etemon Fighting 415 Sukamon + lv. 20
133 MetalEtemon Fighting-Steel 520 Etemon + lv. 40
134 MetalKoromon Steel-Electric 230 Route 3
135 Kokuwamon Steel-Electric 355 MetalKoromon + lv. 15
136 Andromon Steel-Electric 515 Kokuwamon + lv. 30
137 Petitmon Dragon 290 Route 25
138 Dracomon Dragon 360 Petitmon + lv. 15, Safari Zone, Sky Pillar
139 Airdramon Dragon-Flying 450 Dracomon + lv. 30
140 Wingdramon Dragon-Flying 520 Airdramon + lv. 45 SergioGranSol
141 Dolphmon Water 325 Route 19
142 Divermon Water 415 Dolphmon + lv. 30
143 Pukumon Water-Fighting 525 Divermon + lv. 45
144 Numemon Poison 325 Route 7
145 Raremon Poison 415 Numemon + lv. 30
146 Dragomon Poison-Dark 525 Raremon + lv. 45
147 Golemon Rock-Ground 385 Rock Tunnel 2
148 Machinedramon Steel-Ground 510 Golemon + lv. 50
149 Kunemon Bug 270 Route 8
150 Flymon Bug-Poison 450 Kunemon + lv. 30
151 Snimon Bug-Flying 450 Kunemon + Shiny DigiEgg, Safari Zone
152 Kuwagamon Bug-Fighting 450 Kunemon + Black DigiEgg, Safari Zone
153 Puroromon Bug 340 Viridian Forest Wooded-Wolf
154 Fanbeemon Bug 410 Puroromon + lv. 15 Wooded-Wolf
155 Honeybeemon Bug 480 Fanbeemon + lv. 30 Wooded-Wolf
156 Butterflymon Bug-Psychic 480 Fanbeemon + Glowy DigiEgg
157 Yanmamon Bug-Flying 480 Fanbeemon + Shiny DigiEgg
158 Dokugumon Bug-Dark 480 Fanbeemon + Black DigiEgg
159 Tapirmon Psychic 483 Route 8
160 SkullMammothmon Psychic-Ghost 565 Tapirmon + lv. 40 SergioGranSol
161 Poyomon Normal 288 Route 22
162 Manbomon Water 200 Any fishing rod anywhere
163 MarinChimeramon Water-Flying 540 Manbomon + lv. 25 DragonRod
164 Datamon Steel 395 Pokemon Mansion
165 Ebemon Steel-Psychic 515 Datamon + lv. 45
166 Kudamon Water-Rock 355 Helix Fossil, Diglett Cave
167 Quetzalmon Water-Rock 495 Kudamon + lv. 30 Wooded-Wolf
168 Scorpiomon Water-Rock 355 Dome Fossil, Diglett Cave
169 SkullScorpiomon Water-Rock 495 Scorpiomon + lv. 30
170 Vorvomon Rock 290 Amber Fossil
171 Lavorvomon Rock 380 Vorvomon + lv. 15
172 Lavogaritamon Rock-Flying 470 Lavorvomon + lv. 30
173 Volcanicdramon Rock-Flying 560 Lavogaritamon + lv. 45
174 Monzaemon Normal 540 Safari Zone
175 Nyokimon Grass 240 Route 2
176 Floramon Grass 340 Nyokimon + lv. 10
177 Kabukimon Grass-Psychic 440 Floramon + lv. 30
178 Rafflesimon Grass-Psychic 540 Kabukimon + lv. 50 AnimaThesq, DragonRod
179 Darcmon Electric-Fairy 490 Route 12 MOC-7
180 Valkyrimon Electric-Fairy 565 Darcmon + lv. 45
181 Gizamon Water 340 Route 18
182 Coelamon Water-Steel 440 Gizamon + lv. 30
183 Regalecusmon Water-Steel 540 Coelamon + lv. 50
184 Gotsumon Rock-Ground 300 Mt. Moon B1 & B2
185 Togemogumon Rock-Ground 390 Gotsumon + lv. 30, Victory Road
186 Jagamon Rock-Ground 495 Togemogemon + lv. 45
187 Garbamon Poison 335 Route 8
188 Troopmon Poison 465 Garbamon + lv. 30
189 Monochromon Rock 345 Rock Tunnel 1
190 Tuskmon Ground-Rock 485 Monochromon + lv. 35, Victory Road
191 Allomon Rock-Dragon 485 Monochromon + Glowy DigiEgg, Victory Road
192 Digitamamon Normal-Ghost 440 Pokemon Tower 2
193 Devitamamon Dark-Ghost 560 Digitamamon + lv. 50
194 Crabmon Water 325 Route 6
195 Ebidramon Water 475 Crabmon + lv. 30
196 Gusokumon Water 555 Ebidramon + lv. 45 DragonRod
197 Bearmon Fighting 305 Rock Tunnel 1
198 Grizzmon Fighting 405 Bearmon + lv. 30
199 GrapLeomon Fighting-Steel 505 Grizzmon + lv. 45
200 Bakemon Ghost 360 Pokemon Tower
201 Phantomon Ghost 465 Bakemon + lv. 35
202 MetalPhantomon Ghost-Steel 535 Phantomon + lv. 50 Herolnuzuka
203 Vilemon Poison-Flying 245 Mt. Moon 1
204 LadyDevimon Poison-Flying 455 Vilemon + lv. 30
205 Lilithmon Poison-Flying 580 LadyDevimon + lv. 50 Hamurand22
206 Goblimon Poison 288 Route 10
207 Ogremon Poison-Ground 448 Goblimon + lv. 30, Victory Road
208 Jotumon Poison-Ground 519 Ogremon + lv. 45 garuda9, Garmmon, StriderTheReaper
209 Liollmon Normal 330 Route 9
210 Leomon Normal 430 Liollmon + lv. 25
211 SaberLeomon Normal 530 Leomon + lv. 40
212 Elecmon Electric 430 Route 7
213 Unimon Electric-Flying 485 Elecmon + lv. 35
214 Punimon Normal 275 Route 1
215 Gaossmon Normal 375 Punimon + lv. 20
216 Tyranomon Fire 500 Gaossmon + Red DigiEgg, Victory Road
217 ChaosDramon Fire 560 Tyranomon + lv. 45
218 DarkTyranomon Dark 500 Gaossmon + Black DigiEgg, Victory Road
219 MasterTyranomon Dark 560 DarkTyranomon + lv. 45
220 Otamamon Water 300 Route 17
221 Gekomon Water 385 Otamamon + lv. 25
222 ShogunGekomon Water 540 Gekomon + lv. 40
223 Kapurimon Normal 250 Route 25
224 Kotemon Fighting 375 Kapurimon + lv. 15
225 Musyamon Fighting 435 Kotemon + lv. 30
226 Asuramon Fighting 495 Musyamon + lv. 45
227 Zanbamon Figthing 630 Asuramon + lv. 60
228 Wanyamon Normal 250 Route 5
229 Gaomon Fighting 320 Wanyamon + lv. 15
230 Gaogamon Figthing 380 Gaomon + lv. 30
231 MachGaogamon Fighting 460 Gaogamon + lv. 45
232 MirageGaogamon Fighting 590 MachGaogamon + lv. 60
233 Mojyamon Normal 420 Safari Zone
234 Jijimon Psychic 470 Mojyamon + Glowy DigiEgg
235 Babamon Dark 470 Mojyamon + Black DigiEgg
236 Tinkermon Fairy 320 Route 17
237 Kazemon Fairy 435 Tinkermon + lv. 30 mysticdragon234
238 AncientKazemon Fairy-Psychic 540 Kazemon + lv. 45
239 Chikurimon Steel 365 Mt. Moon B1 & B2
240 Hagurumon Steel 455 Chikurimon + lv. 15
241 Omekamon Steel 525 Hagurumon + lv. 30
242 YukimiBotamon Ice 300 Route 2
243 Chackmon Ice 400 YukumiBotamon + lv. 15
244 Frigimon Ice 500 Chakmon + lv. 35
245 Hexeblaumon Ice 600 Figimon + lv. 55 AnimaThesQ
246 Chicchimon Flying 245 Route 24
247 Hyokomon Flying 365 Chicchimon + lv. 15
248 Buraimon Flying-FIghting 485 Hyokomon + lv. 30
249 Kiwimon Flying-Grass 435 Hyokomon + Green DigiEgg
250 Deramon Flying-Grass 525 Kiwimon + lv. 40
251 Owlmon Flying 435 Hyokomon + Black DigiEgg
252 Ravemon Flying-Steel 525 Owlmon + lv. 40
253 Muchomon Flying 435 Hyokomon + White DigiEgg
254 Kokatorimon Flying-Ground 525 Muchomon + lv. 40
255 Mokumon Fire 200 Route 3
256 DemiMeramon Fire 260 Mokumon + lv. 10
257 Candlemon Fire 330 DemiMeramon + lv. 20
258 Meramon Fire-Ghost 460 Candlemon + lv. 30
259 SkullMeramon Fire-Ghost 535 Meramon + lv. 50
260 Boarmon Fire 465 Candlemon + Shiny DigiEgg
261 Lynxmon Fire 465 Candlemon + Glowy DigiEgg
262 Shadramon Fire-Bug 460 Candlemon + White DigiEgg
263 DarkLizamon Fire-Dark 460 Candlemon + Black DigiEgg
264 Pichimon Water 180 Route 22 Wooded-Wolf
265 Chapmon Water 305 Pichimon + Lv. 10 Wooded-Wolf
266 Seadramon Water 380 Chapmon + 30
267 MegaSeadramon Water-Dragon 540 Seadramon + lv. 45
268 Starmon Water-Electric 345 Chapmon + Gold DigiEgg
269 SuperStarmon Water-Electric 550 Starmon + lv. 35
270 Betamon Water-Poison 335 Chapmon + Black DigiEgg
271 Gesomon Water-Poison 515 Betamon + lv. 30
272 MarineDevimon Water-Poison 575 Gesomon + lv. 45
273 KaratsukiNumemon Water-Psychic 315 Chapmon + Glowy DigiEgg
274 Mermaimon Water-Psychic 510 KaratsukiNumemon + 30
275 AncientMermaimon Water-Psychic 560 Mermaimon + lv. 45
276 Syakomon Water-Ice 305 Chapmon + lv. Blue DigiEgg
277 Shellmon Water-Ice 525 Syakomon + lv. 30
278 Plesiomon Water-Ice 575 Shellmon + lv. 45
279 Yuramon Grass 260 Viridian Forest
280 Budmon Grass 320 Yuramon + lv. 10
281 Lalamon Grass 380 Budmon + lv. 20
282 Sunflowmon Grass 440 Lalamon + lv. 30
283 Lilamon Grass-Fairy 500 Sunflowmon + lv. 40
284 Lotusmon Grass-Fairy 560 Lilamon + lv. 50
285 Woodmon Grass-Dark 440 Budmon + Black DigiEgg
286 Pumpkinmon Grass-Dark 520 Woodmon + Lv. 40
287 Weedmon Grass-Poison 440 Budmon + Green DigiEgg
288 Blossomon Grass-Poison 520 Weedmon + Lv. 40
289 Nohemon Grass-Ghost 440 Budmon + Glowy DigiEgg Wooded-Wolf
290 Puppetmon Grass-Ghost 520 Nohemon + Lv. 40
291 Monmon Grass-Fighting 440 Budmon + White DigiEgg Wooded-Wolf
292 Makuramon Grass-Fighting 520 Monmon + Lv. 40
293 Mamemon Steel 390 Route 18
294 MetalMaimamon Steel-Fire 470 Mamemon + Red DigiEgg
295 MameTyramon Steel-Dragon 470 Mamemon + White DigiEgg
296 BanchoMamemon Steel-Fighting 470 Mamemon + Black DigiEgg neegasai
297 Xiaomon Normal 225 Route 4 Wooded-Wolf
298 Labramon Normal 350 Xiaomon + lv. 15 Bre-Ishurna-SpriteAC
299 Seasarmon Normal 470 Labramon + lv. 30
300 AncientSphinxmon Normal 590 Seasarmon + lv. 45
301 Prariemon Fighting 500 Labramon + Shiny DigiEgg
302 Bucchiemon Fairy 500 Labramon + White DigiEgg Wooded-Wolf
303 Chamelemon Normal 450 Safari Zone, Route 21 Herolnuzuka
304 Meicoomon Fairy 400 Safari Zone TheLuca
305 Beastmon Dark-Fairy 490 Meicoomon + lv. 35
306 Minervamon Dark-Fairy 580 Beastmon + lv. 55
307 Ghostmon Ghost 365 Rock Tunnel 2, Pokemon Mansion
308 SkullBaluchimon Ghost-Rock 520 Ghostmon + lv. 30
309 Arukenimon Poison-Bug 495 Route 12
310 Mummymon Poison-Ghost 495 Route 12
311 Datirimon Grass 210 Mt. Moon 1 Wooded-Wolf
312 Parasaurmon Grass 342 Datirimon + lv. 15
313 Toropiamon Grass-Dragon 472 Parasaurmon + lv. 35
314 Hydramon Grass-Dragon 600 Parasaurmon + lv. 50 Sharkmon
315 Dracmon Dark 340 Route 12
316 WaruMonzaemon Dark 540 Dracmon + lv. 40
317 Pusurimon Electric 250 Route 24 rayjt9
318 Herissmon Electric 320 Pusurimon + lv. 10 rayjt9
319 Filmon Electric 400 Herrismon + lv. 30 rayjt9
320 Stefilmon Electric-Fighting 480 Filmon + lv. 45 rayjt9
321 Rasenmon Electric-Fighting 560 Filmon + lv. 60
322 Cutemon Normal 360 Route 16
323 Kumbhiramon Normal 456 Cutemon + lv. 25
324 Baihumon Normal 540 Kumbhiramon + lv. 40
325 PawnChessmon Steel 230 Route 17
326 KnightChessmon Steel 305 PawnChessmon + lv. 25
327 QueenChessmon Steel 490 KnightChessmon w/ high Atk + lv. 40
328 KingChessmon Steel 490 KnightChessmon w/ high Def + lv. 40
329 Shoutmon Fire 360 Route 18
330 StarswordShoutmon Fire-Fighting 460 Shoutmon + Lv. 25
331 Curimon Normal 250 Route 1
332 Gurimon Normal 350 Curimon + Lv. 10
333 Gammamon Dragon 450 Gurimon + Lv. 20
334 Canoweissmon Dragon-Flying 550 Gammamon + Lv. 35
335 Kleptomon Ghost 450 Trader in Cinnebar Island neegasai
336 Moonmon Ice 200 Rock Tunnel 2
337 Lunamon Ice 400 Moonmon + lv. 25
338 Dianamon Ice-Psychic 660 Lunamon + lv. 55
339 Sunmon Fire 200 Route 11
340 Coronamon Fire 400 Sunmon + lv. 25
341 Apollomon Fire-Fighting 660 Coronamon + lv. 55 Demo9ic
342 Puttimon Fairy 300 Safari Zone
343 Kyupimon Fairy 360 Puttimon + lv. 25
344 Venusmon Fairy 735 Cupimon + lv. 60 KajiAtsui
345 Megidramon Dragon-Fire 670 Mt. Ember
346 Neptunemon Water 670 Seafoam Islands
347 Goldramon Dragon-Electric 680 Power Plant
348 Lucemon Fairy-Psychic 750 Birth Island
349 Lucemon X Fairy-Psychic 780 Cerulean Cave AnimaThesq
350 MoonMilleniumon ??? 396 Prof Oak's Aid (Route 15)
351 ZeedMilleniummon ??? 1530 MoonMilleniummon + Lv. 70
352 Alphamon Normal 850 Dorumon + Lv. 70
353 Shoutmon X3SD Fire-Fighting 850 SwordShoutmon + Lv. 100
354 Imperialdramon Paladin Mode Dragon 1200 Imperialdramon + Lv. 100 / Magnamon + Lv. 100
355 Omnimon Steel 1200 WarGreymon + Lv. 100 / MetalGarurumon + Lv. 100









Known Glitches:
Spoiler:

Thankfully, no game-breaking glitches have been discovered so far.

-Professor Oak's Aides will only count Digimon from #1-150 in the DigiDex when it comes to giving you rewards.

-Loreli is the strong silent type before your battle


-The "MewTwo" encounter works fine on VBA, but for some reason it freezes the game on JohnGBA Lite. Not sure about other emulators.

-Not every single reference to Pokemon has been swapped out for a Digimon. Get off my back lol





Download:
The ONLY official download of this hack! If you simply Google "Digimon Nova Red" you'll see outdated versions on third-party websites! Here is the only place to get the most up to date release!



CHANGE LOG
Spoiler:

Version 3.1 - All item pickups edited, some graphical polish
Version 3.0.2 - More bug fixes
Version 3.0.1 - A few minor bug fixes
Version 3.0 - Entire game has been rebuilt in Leon's Ultimate FR Rom base. 100 new mons added to the dex and a handful of new moves.
Version 2.3.1 - Most up-to-date version
Version 2.3 - The Magikarp seller would sell you a Yanmamon instead of a Manbomon. All sorts of random Digimon would appear if you went fishing in a town.
Version 2.2.1 - A trainer battle with a particular Super Nerd in the Rock Tunnel could occasionally crash the game, Silphymon could be caught in Fuschia City's pools, Lillymon would try to learn Sunny Day about three times, unique Digimon Attacks (Nova Blast, etc.) did not have custom animations
Version 2.2 - Lilithmon and Ladydevimon had the same BST, Lunamon and Dianamon had the same BST, Nohemon's catch rate was too low
Version 2.1 - Moonmon, Kazemon, and Viximon would lose levels after evolving, growth rates were a bit wonky and inconsistent, Troopmon would evolve into Kokuwamon, Ice Fang had 75 PP
Version 2.0 - A.Kazemon's sprite is a green Unown, unique attacks have glitched descriptions, Wanyamon isn't actually catchable in the game (lol), Datamon using Recycle would crash the game, Sucker Punch would do nothing
Version 1 - Mostly just an aesthetic change to Vanilla Fire Red. More or less just a swap-out of Pokemon sprites for Digimon sprites.


SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS
The game runs on VBA for Desktop and MyBoy and JohnGBA for mobile. I haven't tested it with other emulators but these three seem to be the most popular GBA emulators.

ADVICE
Spoiler:

-Don't go "Shiny hunting" because there are no shinies in the game. Sorry.
-No need to go fishing more than once. Only one Digimon can be caught via fishing: Manbomon.
-While all Digimon are viable, some have higher stats than others. They generally run on "short-term gain, low investment" vs.
"high investment, high payoff" archetypes. If you come across a horribly weak baby Digimon, chances are it will grow up to be
a total monster if you put in the time.
-The game is about 1.5x to 2x times harder than the original Fire Red, so casual players should have a good time with it. It's no pushover, but hardcore nuzlockers and such might want to come up with their own rules to make the game more challenging. Expect a considerable difficulty spike at the Elite Four.


FAQ
Spoiler:

Where do I find _____mon?
All encounter locations listed in the Excel file included in the download link.

If you want details on how to get the the game's "hidden" mons, click here:
Spoiler:

WARNING: No sane person would attempt to acquire these.

Omnimon:
You have two options for attaining Omnimon:
1. WarGreymon will evolve into Omnimon at level 100.
2. MetalGarurumon will evolve to Omnimon at level 100.
You do not need both. Either WarGreymon or MetalGarurumon is enough.

Imperialdramon Paladin Mode:
Imperialdramon will evolve into Imperialdramon Paladin Mode at level 100.

Alphamon
Dorumon will evolve into Alphamon at level 70.

ShoutmonX3SD
SwordShoutmon will evolve into ShoutmonX3SD at level 100.

Zeed=Milleniummon
1. Capture at least 50 Digimon numbered #1-150 in the Digidex.
2. Talk to professor Oak’s aide in Route 15 to obtain Moon=Milleniummon.
3. Moon=Milleniummon will evolve into Zeed=Milleniummon at level 70.

Lucemon
1. Get a Coin Case from the man in the restaurant in Saffron City
2. Gamble your ass off at the Game Corner
3. Exchange 800 coins for an Aurora Ticket
4. Defeat the Elite 4
5. Take the ferry at Vermillion City port to travel to One Island
6. Head to the base of Mt. Ember. Defeat the two Rockets guarding the hideout.
7. Head inside the hideout and acquire the Ruby and Sapphire inside.
8. Head back to the Pokemon Center in One Island and talk to Celio.
9. Take the ferry back to Vermillion. Talk to the ferry man once again and he will take notice of your Aurora Ticket. You can now travel to Birth Island.
10. At Birth Island, complete the stone puzzle. The stone will move to a new location every time the player interacts with it. To complete the puzzle, the plater must approach the stone in as few steps as possible before interacting with it again. The exact steps are as follows:
a. Approach the triangle from below and press A.
b. Press ← 5×, ↓ once, then A.
c. Press → 5×, ↑ 5×, then A.
d. Press → 5×, ↓ 5×, then A.
e. Press ↑ 3×, ← 7×, then A.
f. Press → 5×, then A.
g. Press ← 3×, ↓ 3×, then A.
h. Press ↓ once, ← 4×, then A.
i. Press → 7×, then A.
j. Press ← 4×, ↓ once, then A.
k. Press ↑ 4×, then A.

Tamagotchi
1. Do not rub the Captain’s back on the SS Anne. Do not obtain HM01 - Cut.
2. Catch a Chicchimon at Route 24.
3. Chicchimon will evolve into Hyokomon and learn Cut naturally at level 15.
4. Defeat Misty to allow the use of Cut outside of battle.
5. Use Hyokomon’s Cut to progress through the rest of the game, eventually acquiring Surf and the Badge required to use it at Fuchsia.
6. Return to Vermillion port as if you were going to board the SS Anne. Before boarding, use Surf to explore the surrounding water. Tamagotchi can be found by interacting with the parked truck to the east of the port.




Any cheat codes?
Spoiler:
Depends on the emulator.

For JOHN GBA:

Master Code (ALWAYS ON)
E6A003D6
8110DDD5
A47FB2DC
1AF3CA86
24C35E88
037C3033
78DA95DF
44018CB4
28F71F08
ABB36538
69BA4F26
72716663

Infinite Money
29C78059
96542194

Hold R=Quick Lvl Up
Start holding R when foe faints.
CCB0B003
31CFF0B6
4EBC6848
26D34F8E
1CD6B3D2
6375E67D

For MyBoy and Pizza Boy:

Infinite Rare Candy – Enter the code then go to your PC, go to withdraw items
820258400044

Master Code to buy Master Balls
000014D1 000A

Master Balls (You can buy them at all Pokemarts)
82003884 0001

Master Code for Everything 1$:
10044EC8 0007

Buy everything only 1$
3C25A344 FD8F451C
AD86124F 2823D8DA

Master Code (Must Be On):
72BC6DFB E9CA5465
A47FB2DC 1AF3CA86



Why isn't BlahBlahBlahmon in the game? He's my favourite Digimon!
Spoiler:
Adding in new Babies, In-Trainings, and Rookie Digimon are very simple. Assuming a quality sprite exists online, I can whip up a movepool, some base states, encounter rates, and evolutionary paths in about ten minutes.
Champions, Ultimates, and Megas, on the other hand, rarely have sprites that are going to fit into a 64x64 pixel box with only 16 colours. That means I'll have to spend the next few hours editing the sprite pixel by pixel until it fits the parameters. For example, you can see how much tweaking it would take to turn this:

into this:



Why only 350 Digimon? Other hacks have a much more complete dex.
Spoiler:
Quality over quantity, my friend. The other Digimon hacks online don't take the same approach to their spriting. When it comes to Champions and up, most other hacks simply compress the sprite until its small enough to fit into the 64x64 box. Their backsprites also tend to follow a similar procedure of simply enlarging an overworld sprite.
I totally respect the approach of other Digimon rom hacks. But this is not the direction I chose to take with Nova Red. Nova Red is supposed to provide a clean, consistent experience in which every Digimon looks good. And despite my best efforts, there's still about three or four sprites I failed pretty hard at lol


Why am I still playing as Red? Shouldn't I be Tai?
Spoiler:
The Digimon world is fundamentally different from the Pokemon world. In Digimon canon, Tamers do not go around capturing Digimon and keeping them on their person for friendly competition.

Therefore it would make no sense for Tai to go around capturing hundreds of Digimon and storing them in his PC on a quest to become the "Digimon League Champion." That sounds more like the behaviour of the Digimon Emperor than anything (haha).

It's helpful to think of Nova Red as taking place in an alternate universe identical to the Pokemon world in every way, except this world is inhabited by Digimon instead of Pokemon. No other narrative or structural changes.


Level 18 at the first gym?? How grindy is this game? Why did you make it so hard?
Spoiler:
The game is about 1.5x to 2x harder than the original Fire Red. At the time of writing, I've played through the game five times now and I've never needed to grind against wild mons. You do, however, need to fight with careful strategy and diversity to come out on top. Gym leaders will always be a higher level than you so you might need a to take a few tries to figure out your opponent's movepools and how to exploit their weaknesses. But it's not a grindfest.
I do recommend fighting all enemy trainers for exp though. Not sure if you consider that grinding or not.


ExpAll?
Spoiler:
Nah. Removes the challenge.


The Sevii Islands 4, 5, 6, and 7 are blocked off! WTH??
Spoiler:
The postgame has been streamlined, rendering Islands 4, 5, 6, and 7 obsolete. I blocked them off to not waste the player's time.


These "back sprites" don't look like back sprites at all.
Spoiler:
They're supposed to be "side sprites." Wouldn't you rather see the profile of your beloved Digimon in action instead of staring at the back of their heads?


Can you add in ____mon in a future update?
Spoiler:
Sure! If you want to provide the sprite and it's up to quality, then I would be happy to add in more Digimon at other users' request. If no compact sprite is available, I can still work my magic if the particular Digimon is in "high demand."


What about antibodies-X (evolution X), BM's and Jogress? How about more variations of each Digimon's evolution? Alter-S/Alter-B/Omega X, Jessmon, etc.?
Spoiler:
Uhhh what? Sorry but any "modern" Digimon stuff is all Greek to me. Please feel free to think of Nova Red as more of a nostalgia project than anything.


Digimon are supposed to de-digivolve back into their Rookie forms when they're not battling. Any chance of making that into a mechanic here?
Spoiler:
You can use your imagination. When you check your party Digimon, you can imagine them in their Rookie forms but the DigiDex is displaying their potential strength (as in, how far they are capable of Digivolving at that present moment). Or something. Idk




Constructive feedback and play testers welcome! Thanks!

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-EDIT 9/15/2021- This is outdated information. Version 2.0 has plenty of Ultimates and Megas.

Hi,

Though rare, there are indeed some Ultimates and Megas, as you can see in the screenshot above (Myotismon, of course, is an Ultimate). The game is mostly Rookies and Champions however. I wanted to keep the power scaling mostly under control.
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Hi Guzeinbuick,

Love the digimon concept! Pokemon and digimon came out about the same time but digimon didnt receive as much attention as pokemon BUT i am glad i could play pokemon as digimons (or is it digimon as pokemons... lol)...

Are you able to convert it to .gba format please? the gba emulator on my android phone wont read .ips files :(

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Hi berserkerzx,

Thanks for the support! I had a lot of fun making it.

I believe linking GBA files are against the forum rules.

All you have to do is download a clean version of a Fire Red ROM (off Google) and a program called Lunar IPS (also off Google).

Fire up Lunar IPS, load your clean rom into it, and then load my Digimon IPS into it. This will transform the ROM file into Digimon Nova Red. Enjoy!

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-EDIT 9/15/2021- This is outdated information. Version 2.0 has plenty more Ultimates and Megas.


Hi zapperil,

Depends on your definition of "signature" lol

I consider this a pretty big spoiler, so click at your own risk. Below is a list of the Ultimates and Megas that are available in the game:

Spoiler:

As far as Digimon belonging to the DigiDestined go, Angewomon is the only Ultimate. The rest of the DigiDestined's Digimon appear as In-Trainings, Rookies, and Champions.

Other Ultimates/Megas include:

Piedmon
Machinedramon
MegaSeadramon
Puppetmon
Myotismon
Andromon
LadyDevimon
Datamon
Pumpkinmon
Magnamon
Monzaemon
Pukumon
GrapLeomon
Jagamon
Mermaimon
Divermon
SkullKnightmon
Justimon
SuperStarmon
SaberLeomon
MarinChimairamon
Plesiomon
SkullScorpiomon
Pandamon
Hexeblaumon
Goldramon
Megidramon
Ophanimon
Venusmon
Lucemon
Lucemon X
Lilithmon
AncientMermaimon
MetalMamemon

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My pleasure. No other plans at the moment. I have wild dreams of supercharging Digimon Nova Red one day. Ideally, a Digimon would have potentially six forms. The evolution breakdown would look something like this:

Levels 5-10 Botamon
Levels 10-20 Koromon
Levels 20-35 Agumon
Levels 35-50 Greymon
Levels 50-65 MetalGreymon
Levels 65+ Wargreymon

But that's obviously a much more ambitious idea. For now I want to see how well Digimon Nova Red 1.0 is received. If there's a positive reception I can begin thinking about making a Version 2.0. :)

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Hi 10:22,

Thanks for your feedback! In my opinion, the idea of a "back sprite" is kind of obsolete. I prefer the concept of a "side sprite" instead.
For example,


Sadly, I don't have the artistic talent to draw new side sprites from scratch, so some of the in-training and rookie level Digimon side sprites have only subtle differences from their front sprites.
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so is there a file that lists the stat and type changes specifically? i love beedrill, and am using wormmon right now cuz i figured out it's the line beedrill got turned into, but i'm not sure i want it to be a final team member unless the bst got buffed, especially since i got another poison type in the party already.

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Hi pika1025, thanks for your feedback!

Hi MegaKabutops, thanks for your inquiry. I can easily throw together a comprehensive list of every Digimon's stat changes and move pool and post it here, if you don't mind the spoilers. I'm on vacation right now away from my laptop though so you'd have to wait about a week.

But yes, Wormon will evolve into Stingmon, which is like Beedrill but with higher stats and a better movepool. It's quite viable.
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You can branching digimon evoltions since the digimon evoltions lines are not liner but more like of three since they can evolve to multiple digimon can you add pulsemon s line its actualy very similar to pikachu as its sort of mascot and realted to electric and energy i think its line in game would be its in training form pulsemon bulkmon boutmon and kazucimon from bulkmon and above it could an electric fighting in pokemon standrats
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The hack looks really good, keep up the good job! :D

If I may suggest, how about starting the lines with Rookie > Champion > Ultimate > Mega?

Something like: Agumon > Greymon (Lv. 16 if ATK > DEF) > MetalGreymon (Lv. 36) > WarGreymon (Lv. 56) > Omegamon (using DNA Splicers with MetalGarurumon).

GeoGreymon (Lv. 16 if ATK < DEF) > RizeGreymon (Lv. 36) > ShineGreymon (Lv. 56) > ShineGreymon Burst Mode (Shiny Stone).

ShineGreymon Ruin Mode (Dusk Stone).

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Hi EmiyaShirou525,

Thanks for your feedback and also the positive encouragement!

Yes, I noticed some of the previous Digimon Romhacks out there were more Mega-focused. But to be honest, something about Greymon being a stand-in for Charmeleon instead of Charizard just never felt right with me.

This would also set a dangerous precedent that would basically turn the game into a Mega-fest. I feel like this is a problem because Digimon designs start to really go off the wayside past Champion. Also Ultimates and Megas tend to either be so huge or so detailed that I couldn't possibly fit most of them into a 64x64 pixel box.

For example, this is what Machinedramon is supposed to look like:



And here's my adorable squished-down version:



Long story short, I want an Ultimate sighting to make the player say "whoa," and I want a Mega to be so astonishing it makes the player say "wow!" If the game is loaded up with God-tiers all the way through I feel they tend to lose their impact.

If I could get some feedback, how do you feel about Digimon having more branching evolutionary lines? For example, what if Armadillomon had four potential forms: Anklyomon (through level-up), Submarimon (water stone), Drillmon (some other stone), and Shakkoumon (some other stone)? I kind of like the idea of having way more flexibility with the Typings of your team, but I'm not sure if it would be too overwhelming for players.