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|company = Game Freak
 
|company = Game Freak
 
|rom = 16MB
 
|rom = 16MB
|country = USA
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|Difficulty to Hack = Easy
|checksum = 41 (41)
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|Number of Hacks = 9
|crc32 = C865BF1D
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| = C865BF1D
 
|game = Pokémon Ruby
 
|game = Pokémon Ruby
 
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Pokemon Ruby and Sapphire Versions are games in the Pokemon series released by Nintendo in 2003. Ruby and Sapphire Version are supposedly the easiest of the Pokemon series to hack. There have been many hacks of these games released to this day, the most popular being [[Pokemon Quartz]], which is a hack of Ruby Version.
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==Pokemon Ruby and Sapphire Hacks==
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*[[Pokemon Forest Nature]]
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*[[Pokemon IceBlue]]
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*[[Pokemon Iolite]]
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*[[Pokemon Naranja]]
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*[[Pokemon Quartz]]
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*[[Pokemon Ruby-Shinou Edition]]
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*[[Pokemon South Park Hoenn Stories]]
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*[[Pokemon Steel]]
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*[[Pokemon Unicorn Edition]]
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==Trivia==
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*'Pokemon Ruby and Sapphire Version were the first GBA Pokemon games released, and also the first Generation Three Pokemon game released.

Revision as of 22:08, 8 January 2009

This is my Sandbox, its minor use is to help with future major edits or articles, but its main use is testing

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Pokémon Ruby
Pokemon Ruby Title.PNG
Name Pokémon Ruby
Code {{{code}}}
Company Game Freak
ROM 16MB
Country {{{country}}}
Checksum {{{checksum}}}
CRC32 {{{crc32}}}
ROM map | RAM map | Text table | Notes | Tutorials

Pokemon Ruby and Sapphire Versions are games in the Pokemon series released by Nintendo in 2003. Ruby and Sapphire Version are supposedly the easiest of the Pokemon series to hack. There have been many hacks of these games released to this day, the most popular being Pokemon Quartz, which is a hack of Ruby Version.

Pokemon Ruby and Sapphire Hacks

Trivia

  • 'Pokemon Ruby and Sapphire Version were the first GBA Pokemon games released, and also the first Generation Three Pokemon game released.