Pokémon Emerald Version is a role-playing video game developed by Game Freak, published by The Pokémon Company and Nintendo for the Game Boy Advance. Pokémon Emerald Version was first released in Japan in 2004, and was later internationally released in 2005. It is an enhanced version of Pokémon Ruby and Sapphire and is part of the third generation of the Pokémon video game series.
Pokemon Emerald Action Replay Codes
Action Replay Cheats Galore
Wild Pokemon are Shiny
The cheats that are great
The gameplay in Emerald is largely the same as it was in Ruby and Sapphire. Much of the game takes place in an overhead style; players’ characters can move in four directions and can talk to other people on the overworld. Players can encounter wild Pokémon by walking into grass, surfing on their Pokémon, walking through caves, and other means. They can also fight other trainers’ Pokémon. When this happens, the game shifts to a battle screen where players and their Pokémon are seen on the front-left portion of the screen while opponents are viewed on the back-right portion. Stats of the Pokémon and their trainers are shown on the side of each participant; these stats include the Pokémon’s levels, the trainers’ Pokémon number (which can be anywhere between one and six), the Pokémon’s health, and any status effects (such as poison, paralysis, burn, sleep, and freeze). Trainers send out the first Pokémon in their party and they take turns attacking where the first strike is determined usually by the speed of the two Pokémon.
Development and promotion
Emerald was developed by Game Freak and published by Nintendo for the Game Boy Advance. It was first announced in Coro Coro Magazine. It features compatibility with the Nintendo e-Reader and 83 cards launched for Emerald on October 7, 2004. This was removed from the English versions. It is the third version of Ruby and Sapphireand follows a tradition of third releases (Pokémon Yellow for Pokémon Red and Blue for example). The wireless adapter was bundled with Japanese copies of Emerald; this was removed from English versions of the game.
Players can choose from one of four options: Fight, Bag, Switch, and Run. Each Pokémon has 1-4 different moves that they can use, which have different effects, number of uses, and types (such as Grass, Psychic, etc.). When a Pokémon hits 0 HP, they faint, forcing the Pokémon’s trainer to switch out. Once one trainer runs out of Pokémon, the battle is ended.
While there are no tap in cheat codes we do have lots of info on things like secret bases, duplicating stuff, Berry Master’s wife passwords and some glitches.
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Pokemon Emerald cheats
My code archive
Pokemon legendaries,code’s no problem
Shop modifier (not to be confused with mod shop)
Some hints on tips on how to catch some of the harder Pokemon. ALso tips on how to beat the Elite 4 and Wallace and much more.
Duplicate Your Starter Pokemon
Unlimited Battle = Unlimited Money & EXP – Without the CHEAT!
Ya don’t need cheats (alternative to various cheats)
Emerald launched in the top spot in Japan with 791,000 copies sold in its first week and 372,000 copies sold in its first day. It was the fourth best-selling game in Japan for 2004. It sold 1.4 million for the year and ranked behind Dragon Quest V: Hand of the Heavenly Bride, Pokémon FireRed and LeafGreen (combined), and Dragon Quest VIII: Journey of the Cursed King. The list of the top 1000 best-selling video games in Japan for 2010 featured Emerald at 779 with 7,724 copies sold for a total of 1,916,505 sold since release. It was the only Game Boy Advance game on the list.] More than 146,000 people pre-ordered copies of Emerald in the US. Emerald launched in the United States at the number one position in May; it followed in June by falling to the number two spot below Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas on Xbox with 265,000 copies sold in that month. It was the second best-selling game for the first half of 2005.