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1. Mew2. Pidgey 233 HP3. Parasect4. Onix5. Tentacool6. Arbok1. 8F2. Any item x89 [Using Masterball x89]3. Dire Hit x58 4. Iron x37 5. X Accuracy x119 6. Water Stone x62 7. Burn Heal x50 8. Poké Ball x439. Antidote x43 10. Protein x62 11. PP Up x60 12. Ice Heal x50 13. Lemonade x133 14. Great Ball x50 15. Fresh Water x34 16. TM01 x1
Visual Boy Advance is not the best GBA emulator anymore.
Quote from: Hālian on February 25, 2017, 08:41:25 pmVisual Boy Advance is not the best GBA emulator anymore.Which is the best?
Apparently BizHawk is accurate as well but I'm not fully sure how accurate it is.
I remember running into this problem as well.The problem wasn't an emulator problem but rather it was because there are two PP Ups, with hex:32 being an unused 'fake' PP Up. If you use the unused PP Up the game writes a hex:33 byte to D275 instead of the desired hex:50 terminator, hence the glitchy graphic.Make sure that the PP Up you have is usable (brings up the Pokémon menu) to ensure it's the hex:4F PP Up, instead of the hex:32 PP Up. This is normally only a problem if you edit the memory or use a glitch like Celadon looping map trick, since the fake PP Up is unused.Hope that helps!
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