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==Hacks==
 
==Hacks==
*'''Pokemon Diamond'''
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*'''Pokémon Diamond'''
The most common hack of this game, it is a badly translated English version dubbed "Pokemon Diamond" (hacked from the original game's Power version) to attract more buyers. There was also a "Pokemon Jade" to go along with it, a hack of the original game's Speed version.
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The most common hack of this game, it is a badly translated English version dubbed "Pokémon Diamond" (hacked from the original game's Power version) to attract more buyers. There was also a "Pokémon Jade" to go along with it, a hack of the original game's Speed version.
There were also Chinese versions of both, also labeled as Pokemon games. Both English and Chinese versions were most likely made in Hong Kong, and without permission from the game's original creators.
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There were also Chinese versions of both, also labeled as Pokémon games. Both English and Chinese versions were most likely made in Hong Kong, and without permission from the game's original creators.
  
 
==Miscellaneous==
 
==Miscellaneous==

Revision as of 23:22, 12 May 2006


Keitai Denjuu Telefang - Power Version (J) [C][!]
Internal Name TELEFANG PWBXTJ
Region Code Japan
Type Grayscale [GBC Features]
SGB Support No
Cartridge Type MBC3 + TIMER + RAM + BATTERY
License Code NEW 2N (Smilebit)
ROM Size 16 Mbit (128 x 2Mbyte)
ROM Checksum $F68B
SRAM Size 256 KBit (4 x 8Kbyte)
Header Checksum $56 (OK)
ROM map | RAM map | Text table | Notes | Tutorials
Keitai Denjuu Telefang has not yet been extensively hacked.

Utilities

There are no known utilities for Keitai Denjuu Telefang.

Hacks

  • Pokémon Diamond

The most common hack of this game, it is a badly translated English version dubbed "Pokémon Diamond" (hacked from the original game's Power version) to attract more buyers. There was also a "Pokémon Jade" to go along with it, a hack of the original game's Speed version. There were also Chinese versions of both, also labeled as Pokémon games. Both English and Chinese versions were most likely made in Hong Kong, and without permission from the game's original creators.

Miscellaneous

External Links

[TeamRockets Rockin' Fake Games]