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Pokemon Nds Rom Hack List



Pokemon Pheonix Rising is the first and possibly most well known game in our list of the best Pokemon Nintendo DS ROM hacks. Using The Pokemon essentials engine, this fan made game takes place in the brand new region of Hawthorne.




Pokemon Nds Rom Hack List


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This hack of Pokemon Diamond was created by a team of two; Spiky and Markitus95. Beginning in the small village of Twinleaf Town, players seek out a mysterious Red Gyrados and end up getting involved in all sorts of trouble.


There are a whopping 649 Pokemon to capture and train in this hack. All of the trainers from the original game have had their fighting teams mixed up and swapped around, making for a brand new challenge for those that are incredibly ofay with the classic DS title.


The main gimmick of these hacks is that they have Pokemon from Gen 7. Your Starters are from Gen 7 as well as a lot more of them that you can catch. Some of the aesthetics are also updated, reflecting the Gen 7 games.


The number one game in our top 10 Pokemon DS ROM hacks for this year goes to Pokemon Moon Black 2. It is a hack of Pokemon Black 2. The story incorporates elements from the Pokemon Sun and Moon games utilizing the system and other features from Black 2.


That concludes our recommendation for the best Pokemon DS ROM Hacks of the year. There are other DS ROM hacks out there that may be just as good. If you feel we missed a few of them on our list, feel free to hit the comments so that others might know.


Always remember that getting DS ROM hacks is trickier. The process of patching the files is just as tricky. You need to have the necessary tools if you want to play them. The good thing is that some of them are already available from the start.


Pokemon Gleaming Soul is a typical customized hack-based Pokemon Soul Silver. A ROM hack made for shiny hunters by a shiny hunter! It is still not a complete game, but you should keep an eye out for future versions because of its potential.


This hack creation credit goes to Spiky and Markitus95. This begins in a small village in Twinleaf Town where players play and seek mysterious Red Gyarados while fighting troubles that come a long way.


If you have ever wondered what the combination of Pokemon ROM hacks and Pokemon games would look like, Pokemon Silver Yellow is the answer. It is based on the Silver Blue previous ROM hack with a strong Yellow vibe of a typical Pokemon.


With a massive number of 549 Pokemon in this hack, you get to do both; capture and train them! What makes this better and an improved version of the previous one is that now the previous trainers had been through their fighting teams, and have been swapped and mixed up, bringing in a new challenge.


Pokemon Storm Silver is the ultimate partner ROM hack to get your hands on the Sacred Gold. This is even more challenging with loads of hurdles. It has an updated storyline that bridges the gap that all Drayanos Silver and Gold hacks have left on their way. Get a chance to complete the list of scripted events and enjoy some gameplay with this new ROM hack.


Even though the challenges are tough, the hack that will help you get through this is the boost that allows gamers to lead a good game. As Pokemon is available to trainers to use different monsters it will keep you busy, but make sure to avoid breaking your stylus whenever you lose time.


This page shows you a list of Pokemon Hacked ROMs that you can download at this website. They are all the best pokemon rom hacks that we can collect and provide to you. If you want to go to our homepage, you can go Pokemon ROM Hacks.


To choose only completed games/hacks, you can access Completed Hacks page. There are some hacks which are not released (still work in progress) so you can only read their informations, view media and wait. We are working hard to keep updating new Hacks. If you have good hacks, we are very happy if you can share them to us.


It is great if you have happy playing time, we always want to bring such joy to you. Like and subscribe this page for newer updates. Read the list of 1000+ Pokemon ROM Hacks 2020 and get the hack you want.


The next are the sections for who love old-school games (GB/GBC) and PC games. With GBC/GB Hacks, not too many people want to try because they want more modern in-game graphics; but if you have time or love old retro styles, you should try some completed GBC hacks with the full great storyline. Also, if you find cheats for Pokemon hacks, you can scroll to Pokemon Cheats and Gameshark Codes section; we have Cheats for Pokemon Fire Red & Emerald, almost hacks are based on these games so you can use their cheat codes for your hacks.


I'm going to have to play devil's advocate here. Series that are shorter such as Futurama or Family Guy (or even more convincingly, Xiaolin Showdown) have articles for individual episodes. It can be argued that Pokémon is more notable than any of these series, and so Pokémon deserves to have individual articles for episodes. Having said that, some of these concerns are valid - we don't really need to list all the Pokémon that appear in an episode - in Entei at Your Own Risk, the entirety of Ash's team is featured, but four out of the six team members didn't do anything other help Ash escape from being trapped in a container by ramming the door (and in the end, Noctowl didn't help them escape), and even still, Phanpy was only featured in the following scene (where it battled and was subdued). We don't need goofs in continuity due to the series being highly episodic. I've always had an aversion to trivia sections, but other useful stuff such as notable content edits could still remain in the article - even Pokémon Heroes had a substantial content edit. The problem with what I see is that Pokémon is a long series, and to create 500-odd articles will take a long time. While merging episodes may be a good idea in the short term, we'd eventually have to undo them as the series becomes longer. I suggest that important plot-moving episodes should be done first, then the disconnected episodic ones later. In particular, we should have summaries of, these episodes as soon as we can, due to their character-defining moments:


I propose we merge the Pokémon episode articles to list articles that cover between a dozen and two-dozen episodes per article (with structure to be figured out when we figure it out), covering individual episodes in individual articles only when they have sufficient independent coverage in third-party reliable sources.


All of the episode lists are more or less split. Since Hybrid went to bed and the original series list was incomplete, I used the somewhat less in-depth table from List of Pokémon episodes as a placeholder.


These huge lists just can't reasonably have images. This is the most egregious possible abuse of the fair-use criteria, leading to hundreds and hundreds of images being used for "identification," most of them random frames taken from the episode. (For example, the image for Pokémon Emergency, which has lots of unique scenes, was just a random picture of Meowth that could have come from any episode.)


The template still says 488 but there are 493 Pokémon in the National list. Should this be changed? I think that only Admins can do it, though. -SaturnYoshi THE VOICES 00:29, 2 October 2006 (UTC)Reply[reply]


I've posted in Togepi's talk page that we should put Basic because that's what its playing card says, and it sounds that the playing card game is where we got the idea to list them as "Baby", "Basic", "Stage 1", and "Stage 2". --Brandon Dilbeck 18:22, 7 October 2006 (UTC)Reply[reply]


Behold, then, my final suggestion concerning all this, and I think this is the way that will be supported by a clear consensus: We're able to classify all the other Pokemon properly using the Baby-Basic-Stage1-Stage2 system, but Togepi, Togetic, Togekiss, Riolu, and Lucario are ambiguous cases. To take care of these Pokemon: Just remove the Evolutionary Stage cell from their respective infoboxes the way A Man In Black hacked the Pokemon Infobox a while back. It's not like we're losing a lot of information here; people will still see what each of those Pokemon evolve from and/or to by looking at the other cells. This will kinda remove any edit wars from those articles while keeping all the other Pokemon unscathed and the in-universe card-game classification intact and working for all of them. Doesn't this seem like a simple solution? Thoughts, please. ^_^ Erik Jensen (I appreciate talk!) 19:04, 9 October 2006 (UTC)Reply[reply]


What if we removed the current Stage element from the infoboxes, replacing it with a Pokémon's entire evolutionary line? For instance, Golem's infobox would list Geodude, Graveler, and Golem; this would allow the reader to easily infer that Golem is the third Pokémon in the line. It would also provide immediate links to each of the Pokémon in the evolutionary line. --Brandon Dilbeck 21:08, 9 October 2006 (UTC)Reply[reply]


For instance, in Wailord's article, pokedex numbers are listed both in the infobox and the main text. Is there a reason for this, or should I remove it? -Amarkov babble 13:31, 4 October 2006 (UTC)Reply[reply]


With us finding Fire Blast and Skarmbliss articles within a day's time, I'm thinking we should put an extra section on top of this page where people report stupid pages, right below the section where we list Pokemon articles that need work. Mmm? Erik Jensen (I appreciate talk!) 00:22, 14 October 2006 (UTC)Reply[reply]


I propose moving Pokémon Box back to the "Generation III" section. Since it has the same kind of emulation and Pokémon storage features as in the Pokémon Stadium series, it follows the base Pokémon game style much more closely than the rest of the titles listed under "Other Games". I just posted here instead of editing the page so that I could get someone else's opinion rather than starting an edit war.-Woopert


There is a distribution of Quartz that exists only as an .ips file, patcher, and documentation. Any person who owns Ruby wouldn't be violating copyright law to use this patch and play the resulting game. Since the knockoff is quite different, notably hilarious in many aspects, and distributed in a format that consists, to my knowledge, of only original work, is it appropriate to list it in this index? While based on the Ruby ROM, the game itself is less similar to Ruby than even Sapphire.Iliekmudkips 17:17, 29 September 2007 (UTC)


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