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Pokémon 3rd Generation/Pokémon Ruby Sapphire and Emerald

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Pokémon Ruby Version and Sapphire Version

Also known as: Pokémon Version Rubis et Version Saphir (FR), Pokémon Rubin-Edition und Saphir-Edition (DE), Pokémon Edición Rubí y Edición Zafiro (ES), Pokémon Versione Rubino e Versione Zaffiro (IT), Pocket Monsters Ruby & Sapphire (JP/KR)
Developer: Game Freak
Publishers: The Pokémon Company (JP), Nintendo (INT)
Platform: Game Boy Advance
Released in JP: November 21, 2002
Released in US: March 19, 2003
Released in EU: July 25, 2003
Released in AU: April 3, 2003


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Pokémon Ruby, Sapphire, and Emerald
Name POKEMON RUBY

POKEMON SAPP

POKEMON EMER

Code Unknown
Company Game Freak
ROM 16 MiB
Country USA
Checksum 41 (41)/ /72 (72)
CRC32 C865BF1D/ /1F1C08FB


Sub-pages

Read about prerelease information and/or media for this game.
Text table
Miscellaneous tidbits that are interesting enough to point out here.
Notes

Hex address to wild Pokemon

NOTE: This hacking I test in EUROPE (Spanish) version games.

For Pokemon Ruby go to 39FA7C address corresponding to Route 101 at the beginning of the game.

For Pokemon Sapphire go to 39F8C4 address that corresponds to Route 101 at the beginning of the game.

For Pokemon Emerald go to 553E40 address corresponding to Route 101 at the beginning of the game.

Then, in these address change the wild pokemon code, with the hex pokemon code that you like appear.

Hex address to Poke Market in first town

NOTE: This hacking I test in EUROPE (Spanish) version games.

For Pokemon Ruby go to 153498 address showing the codes first town.

For Pokemon Sapphire go to 153428 address showing the codes first town.

For Pokemon Emerald go to 1FCAA4 address codes first town.

Then you can change the code of first item that they sell you, to other code, for example a MasterBall (code 0100).

Related Pages

Pokémon 3rd Generation contains information that may be relevate to this game

Utilities

  • AdvanceMap 1.92—Supports Ruby, Sapphire, Emerald, Fire Red and Leaf Green.
  • Elitemap—Supports Ruby, Sapphire, Emerald, Fire Red and Leaf Green.

Known Dumps

Ruby

  • Pokemon Ruby (U) (V1.1)
  • Pokemon Ruby (U)
  • Pokemon Ruby (J)
  • Pokemon Edicion Rubi (S)
  • Pokemon Rubin-Edition (G)
  • Pokemon Version Rubis (F)
  • Pokemon Versione Rubino (I) [!]

Sapphire

  • Pokemon Sapphire (U) (V1.1)
  • Pokemon Sapphire (U) [!]
  • Pokemon Sapphire (J)
  • Pokemon Saphir-Edition (G)
  • Pokemon Edicion Zafiro (S)
  • Pokemon Version Saphir (F)
  • Pokemon Versione Zaffiro (I) [!]

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