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{{title|Pokemon Ruby}}
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{{GBA
{{GBA| title = Pokemon Ruby
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|title=Pokémon Ruby, Sapphire, and Emerald
|name = Pokemon Ruby
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|image=[[Image:Pokemon_Ruby_Title.PNG|center]][[Image:Pokemon_Sapphire_Title.PNG|center]][[Image:Pokemon_Emerald_Title.PNG]]
|game = Pokemon Ruby
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|name=POKEMON RUBY
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POKEMON SAPP
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POKEMON EMER
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|company=Game Freak
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|rom=16MB
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|country=USA
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|revision=
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|checksum=41 (41)/ /72 (72)
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|crc32=C865BF1D/ /1F1C08FB
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|game=Pokémon Ruby Sapphire and Emerald
 
}}
 
}}
  
[[Wikipedia:Pokemon_Ruby|Pokemon Ruby]] has been extensively hacked.
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==Hex address to wild Pokemon==
  
==Utilities==
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NOTE: This hacking I test in EUROPE (Spanish) version games.
* [[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 [http://helmetedrodent.kickassgamers.com/ here].
 
  
==Hacks==
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For Pokemon Ruby go to 39FA7C address corresponding to Route 101 at the beginning of the game.
[[Pokemon Quartz]] - A hack with new maps, Pokemon, text and scripts now 100% complete.
 
  
[[Pokemon Naranja]] - A funny hack in developing, tells the story of Ash in Orange Islands
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For Pokemon Sapphire go to 39F8C4 address that corresponds to Route 101 at the beginning of the game.
  
[[Pokemon Ruby-Shinou Edition]] - A hack that replaces all the Pokemon in it with the Pokemon from Shinou
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For Pokemon Emerald go to 553E40 address corresponding to Route 101 at the beginning of the game.
  
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Then, in these address change the wild pokemon code, with the hex pokemon code that you like appear.
  
==Miscellaneous==
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==Hex address to Poke Market in first town==
  
==External Links==
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NOTE: This hacking I test in EUROPE (Spanish) version games.
===Tools===
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[http://www.studiopokemon.com/wah/endex.php?go=herramientas/herramientas.php All the Pokemon GBA tools for hacking rom]
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For Pokemon Ruby go to 153498 address showing the codes first town.
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For Pokemon Sapphire go to 153428 address showing the codes first town.
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For Pokemon Emerald go to 1FCAA4 address codes first town.
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Then you can change the code of first item that they sell you, to other code, for example a MasterBall (code 0100).
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==Related Pages==
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[[Pokémon 3rd Generation]] contains information that may be relevate to this game
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==Utilities==  
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* AdvanceMap 1.92 -- Supports Ruby, Sapphire, Emerald, Fire Red and Leaf Green.  
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* Elitemap -- Supports Ruby, Sapphire, Emerald, Fire Red and Leaf Green.
  
===Hack communities===
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==Known Dumps==
[http://www.wah.studiopokemon.com Whack a Hack!] (spanish)
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'''Ruby'''
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* Pokemon Ruby (U) (V1.1)
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* Pokemon Ruby (U)
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* Pokemon Ruby (J)
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* Pokemon Edicion Rubi (S)
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* Pokemon Rubin-Edition (G)
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* Pokemon Version Rubis (F)
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* Pokemon Versione Rubino (I) [!]
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'''Sapphire'''
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* Pokemon Sapphire (U) (V1.1)
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* Pokemon Sapphire (U) [!]
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* Pokemon Sapphire (J)
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* Pokemon Saphir-Edition (G)
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* Pokemon Edicion Zafiro (S)
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* Pokemon Version Saphir (F)
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* Pokemon Versione Zaffiro (I) [!]
  
[http://www.mew3inc.mooo.be Mewthree Incorporated]
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==External Links==
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* [http://www.romhacking.net/?genre=&platform=&game=936&category=&perpage=50&page=hacks&hacksearch=Go&title=&author= Pokemon Ruby hacks at Romhacking.net]
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* [http://pkmncommunity.com/ Pokecommunity -- go to "Emulation" section]
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* [http://www.thepkmnworld.com/ The Pokémon World -- visit "Game Projects" section]
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* [http://pho.xpt.net/ The Pokémon Board]
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* [http://darkn.romhackhispano.org/tutoriales/hacking_pokemon.php?origen=doc_traduc Hacking Hex a lot Pokémon editions page in Spanish]
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* [http://wahackforo.com/ Whack a Hack]
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* [http://wahackforo.com/?descargas Whack a Hack Utilities]
  
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[[Category:Game Boy Advance games]]
 
[[Category:Pokémon series]]
 
[[Category:Pokemon Ruby hacks]]
 
 
[[de:Pokémon Rubin & Saphir]]
 
[[de:Pokémon Rubin & Saphir]]
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{{Pokémon series}}

Latest revision as of 01:14, 30 July 2016


Pokémon Ruby, Sapphire, and Emerald
Pokemon Ruby Title.PNG
Pokemon Sapphire Title.PNG
Pokemon Emerald Title.PNG
Name POKEMON RUBY

POKEMON SAPP

POKEMON EMER

Code {{{code}}}
Company Game Freak
ROM 16MB
Country USA
Checksum 41 (41)/ /72 (72)
CRC32 C865BF1D/ /1F1C08FB
ROM map | RAM map | Text table | Notes | Tutorials

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) [!]

External Links

The Pokémon Series
GB: Pokémon Red and BluePokémon Yellow
GBC: Pokémon Gold and SilverPokémon CrystalPokémon PinballPokémon Trading Card GamePokémon Trading Card Game 2
GBA: Pokémon FireRed and LeafGreenPokémon Ruby Sapphire and EmeraldPokémon Mystery Dungeon: Red Rescue Team
N64: Pokémon StadiumPokémon Stadium 2
NDS: Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Blue Rescue Team