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{{title|Pokemon Ruby}}
{{title|Pokemon Ruby}}
{{GBA| title = Pokemon Jade|image = [[Image:Pokemon Ruby Title.PNG|center]]
{{GBA| title = Pokemon Ruby|image = [[Image:Pokemon Ruby Title.PNG|center]]
|name = Pokemon jade|game = Pokemon jade
|name = Pokemon Ruby|game = Pokemon Ruby

Revision as of 15:54, 12 January 2007


Pokemon Ruby
Pokemon Ruby Title.PNG
Name Pokemon Ruby
Code {{{code}}}
Company {{{company}}}
ROM {{{rom}}}
Country {{{country}}}
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ROM map | RAM map | Text table | Notes | Tutorials
Pokemon Ruby has been extensively hacked.


  • AdvanceMap 1.49 -- Supports Ruby, Sapphire, Emerald, FireRed and LeafGreen. When using advance map, you can change what you bump into and what you can walk on and all that. you can also create wild pokemons in towns and city. This includes changing where certain pokemons appear at a certain or destinated level.
  • Elitemap -- Supports Ruby, Sapphire, Emerald, FireRed and LeafGreen. It is available here.
  • All the Pokemon GBA tools for hacking rom



Known Dumps

  • Pokemon Ruby Version (U)
  • Pokemon Ruby Version (E)
  • Pocket Monsters Ruby (J)
  • Pokemon Ruby Version (France)
  • Pokemon Sapphire Version (U)
  • Pokemon Sapphire Version (E)
  • Pocket Monsters Sapphire (J)

External Links