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The Dumpster Out Back / Re: The Ultimate Cheat Code
« on: April 15, 2006, 12:48:28 pm »
...and then Mermaidman and Barnical Man unfreeze everyone...
Wiki Discussion / Re: Shop Prob
« on: April 15, 2006, 12:30:45 pm »
What is the name of the program...?
Emulation & ROM Hacking / Hex Editing Pokemon Red!!!
« on: April 15, 2006, 08:14:25 am »
I am planning on hacking the text in Pokemon Red. For all those ROM hackers out there like me, Pokemon Gaming Sphere has a complete ROM hacking section, and Zophar's Domain has an article on Hex Editing Pokemon Games. The article includes HEX offsets for data, such as starters, evolutions, shops, and more. I actually DID find "MISSINGNO" in the HEX data. You need the DOS HEX editior Hexposure, your GB ROM, and a table file, which I will provide as an attachment. (No, go find Hexposure and the ROMS yourself.) Be sure to rename "pokemonred.tbl" to whatever-the-rom's-name-is.tbl.
General Discussion / Re: It's ALIVE! *Maniacal laughter*
« on: April 15, 2006, 05:21:47 am »
I recently installed Fedora Core Linux 4 on my computer, but it didn't like my WLAN adapter so it couldn't connect to the internet. After much hard work and some help from my dad, I finally got Linux to connect to the Internet through my WLAN adapter! I'm currently posting this while my PC is booted in Linux. Now I can actually use Red Hat Network's updates...
Yo, Ace91! What are you talkin about? ??? Ugh! Older brothers! ::)
Let me, the computer guru in my house explain it.
ACE91 put Linux (an alternitive operating system) on his computer.
It didn't work with the wireless adapeter to connect to the network.
He asked his dad for help and fixed the settings in Linux to work with the wireless card.
He is posting that message in Linux. Now, since the wireless card works, he can use Linux's network updates.
If you need info on Linux, go here or here, Suicune Catcher.
Generation III Glitch Discussion / Re: Evolving Mew on Pokemon Ruby???
« on: April 13, 2006, 05:37:45 am »
In the description he said he used a Gameshark.
Pokémon Glitch Discussion / Re: Pokemon Glitch Videos
« on: April 13, 2006, 05:37:03 am »
Tell me a glitch and make me a script and I'd do it. I just wouldn't know what to say.

Anyway, I am buying a Pokemon Mini and am building flashcartridges and a USB programmer to make homebrew games. It's in the video. I am saving lots of money instead of paying $84 for a complete built set. I am getting the PCBs from Advanced Circuts for FREE and some parts will be sampled. The rest I will have to buy.
Pokémon Glitch Discussion / Pokemon Glitch Videos
« on: April 12, 2006, 11:18:06 am »
First one: Glitched Pokemon Battle
Next up: Hacking the Pokemon Mini
Anyone else finds more videos, post them here.
I might be making my own video about MissingNo, if I can get the video tapes and borrow our neighbor's camcorder... how's that sound?
All I'd need is a script...
Generation III Glitch Discussion / Evolving Mew on Pokemon Ruby???
« on: April 12, 2006, 10:42:14 am »
I watched a video on Google that had shown me that Mew evolved in Pokemon Ruby! What the heck?
He used a GS though, so maybe it really WAS a glitch...
It evolved at Lv. 14.
Wiki Discussion / Random Money Drawings...?
« on: April 11, 2006, 09:30:38 am »
I was thinking about a random money drawing.
In the Admin Panel, the Members Section can be sorted by ID. There are a total of 34 IDs or Users to pick from so far.
Use a random number generator to pick a number between 1 and 34. That number would be the ID No. of the User that gets the ?500 prize.
Go to this link:
For Generate __ random numbers, enter 1.
Smallest value == 1
Largest Value == the largest User ID value in the Admin Panel.
Format in __ columns. Enter 5.
Let's begin!

I clicked Get Numbers.
I got number 19.
Let's look at the chart of ID numbers... 19 is Izwzywx.
A PM would be sent to Izwzywx to tell him/her that they won.
Then we would go into the Admin Panel and Edit Inventory for user Izwzywx and add ?500 to their bank or pocket.
Emulation & ROM Hacking / Re: AC:WW hacked
« on: April 10, 2006, 07:24:15 am »
Ahem! MapEdit can be found at AiboHack, at
(The initial flurry of these problems has died down. The risks are still there. Be careful who you add to your friends list.)
It is possible for evil visitors to screw up your town.

Nintendo recently released a bogus 'red tulip' which can screw up your game. Get rid of it by giving/selling it to Nook. Nintendo will fix it for you, if you send in your game cartridge and your NDS console. However it is easier to fix it yourself.
This map editor can be used to fix these problems. This map editor does not let you harm others. This map editor is primarily for customizing your own town.

General Trading Advice:
As always be careful of the visitors you allow into your town. If a complete stranger is offering a giveaway of valuable items, don't let them into your town. Instead go visit their town, and pickup items you see on the ground to take back to your town. Don't take unnamed items from the Lost+Found or Recycler. When you get back to your town, remove the stranger's friend code from your Friends List (so they can't sneak into your town later). That's the safe way to get stuff from strangers.
If you want to be extra safe, get an Action Replay device yourself, backup your town and save it. That way you can always restore a backup of your town to fix any problems.
Don't forget about the infamous Red Tulip Glitch!
Quote from: GameWinners
Nintendo, and not hackers, was responsible for the recent Red Tulip WiFi glitch in Animal Crossing: Wild World. From gi, "But now Nintendo has gone on record to deny these rumours, stating that it's all down to a problem with its systems at the time of the Red Tulip's upload."

"'We have isolated the problem and determined that there was a temporary error with the upload tool when this letter was posted. Thankfully we have been able to limit the number of people affected by removing the related file from circulation. Players who have received the letter should delete it before placing the Red Tulip anywhere in their characters' homes.'"

"The statement goes on to emphasise that 'tulips themselves are not the problem', noting that other colours do not cause any disruptions to gameplay. In addition, the Red Tulip only results in problems if players plant it indoors."
Wiki Discussion / Web Browsers Supported...?
« on: April 10, 2006, 05:35:03 am »
Well, I have tested this site in 2 different Web browsers and here's the result:
Arachne for DOS: Loads, does display, but main page frames do not work.
PSP Web Browser: Loads, and has worked.
Debate Wars / Re: Nintindo DS Vs. Gamecube
« on: March 25, 2006, 01:26:22 pm »
DS all the way. DS Linux has a Web browser!
Video Games Discussion / What's your favorite video game music?
« on: March 25, 2006, 01:20:47 pm »
Hey there, what the heck happened? I tried to log in, but the name MissingNo didn't exist!
Anyway, mine is the Pokemon Ruby/Sapphire Sealed Chamber music.
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