12 September 2016

Pokemon Crystal Kaizo GBC

Download Patched Pokemon Crystal Kaizo Rom

Latest version- Completed Version

Updated on- September 12 2016


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Important: This is a GBC hack.

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Information

Name: Pokemon Crystal Kaizo
Hack of: Crystal
Language: English
Creator: SinisterHoodedFigure
Status: Complete

Story

The story is identical to Pokemon Crystal, though with changes to the maps, movepools, and rosters to every trainer.

Extra Info

Apart from a couple of rival fights, all major bosses have full teams of pokemon with improved movesets, all of which are shiny, and many that uses held items. As you progress, the gym trainers and gym leaders will have more wild cards that counter types that are supereffective against their specialties, uses moves that relate to their specialty types, or pokemon that share similarities (such as cute pokemon, nocturnal pokemon, bipedal pokemon, dragon-like pokemon), or a mix of everything. The Odd Egg will always give you a shiny pokemon. However, the Daycare Man will give out only one of nine random pokemon, with two tyrogues with different dvs. The Bug Catching Contest gives out a much bigger selection of Bug pokemon to catch. Trade evolutions can evolve by level up or Politoed and Slowking evolve from water stones. Also of note is that the eeveelutions get the earliest stab moves at level 20, and Espeon and Umbreon evolve by Sun Stone and Moon Stone (Though their display won't show it, it works). You can also purchase evolutions stones in the goldenrod city department store. Map Redesigns, which include altered dungeons, and some trecherous routes. Of note is the boulder in Mt. Mortar, where you can't immediately use strength by conveniently talking to the boulder, but going through your party and selecting strength manually. Around the level 60 area, it gets a bit more difficult to level up, so there are lucky eggs available past the red gyarados, as well as exp share. Near the last gym leader, you can grind on wild lv 100 magikarps with increased exp gain, to grow levels in conjunction with the lucky egg. The game starts to get very challenging when you reach the Elite Four and Champion. You will need all your wits, and utilize a variety of types, lv 100s, held items, and regular items. A good tip is to memorize berry locations and farm them as much as possible, as they will help you in battle, especially mysteryberries. Post Elite Four, you will fight very powerful gym leaders, many using at least 3 specialty types, with a couple of exceptions, with wild cards that will prevent sweeps. There are four superbosses in the post game, two of which are located in Viridian City, one at Mt. Silver, and one on Mondays and Wednesdays at the elite four. It would be wise to prepare carefully for these bosses.

Credits

SinisterHoodedFigure

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25 comments:

  1. Knuckle can you recommend a good gbc emulator for Android?

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  2. Cab you guys make a rom hack that has everything in the computer someone's computer Plz that will be cool or have new two as a starter Pokemon plz

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    1. I believe it does (from a quick google search)

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    2. Thanks a lot. I check this website maybe like once a day for downloads haha.

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    3. Can anyone pls make an x and y hack pokemon game its needed to everyone

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  4. Can you please add pokemon mega emerald x and y edition

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  5. I'm reading the info about the game and it said politoad evolves with a water stone. So how would it work if poliwrath evolves from water stone too? Also what about porygon

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    1. On the Pokecommmunity page, it says "With the exception of Slowking, who evolves by a Water Stone, all trade evolutions evolve by level up."

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  6. I downloaded it but nothing what do I do?

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    1. Not all GBA emulators support GBC. If you're on Android, see My Oldboy, or Nostalgia.GBC

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  7. I tried and it worked now I want to know if you can find heart scales in this game and if so how do you find them

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    1. Heart Scales were introduced in Gen 3, and I don't think they were added in this hack.

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  8. One last question can you find a thunderstone and if so how do find 2

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    1. Probable same way as in Crystal-
      1. Once you arrive in Fuchsia City, you'll see a house just beyond the large gym. Inside awaits Bill's grandfather, ready to hand over a Thunderstone to a trainer who shows him a Pichu. The only way to get a Pichu in "Pokemon Crystal" is to breed Pikachu or Raichu. You can find the daycare south of Goldenrod City after finding a wild Pikachu on Kanto Route 2.

      2. Heading to Johto Route 38 gives you the chance to battle Lass Dana, who will give you her phone number after defeating her Electric-type Flaafy and Water-type Psyduck. Occasionally, she'll call you and offer you a Thunderstone as a gift. This is random and unfortunately, there is no way to manually trigger the gift other than to keep playing.

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    2. Actually, you should be able to buy it from the Goldenrod Dept. Store.

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  9. So, when is Quilava supposed to learn another move? level 25 and still at 3 moves is a bit lackluster.. especially compared to the other pokemons I have...

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    1. Yeah, it seems other people have complained about this as well-
      "loving the game but is there a reason my quilava is level 20 and only knows 3 moves?"
      "Will Typhlosion EVER learn Flamethrower? It's already at level 77 and its best fire move is still Fire Punch O_o; Maybe I evolved Quilava too soon?"
      " That being said, though, my team's at about level 36 - most of my Pokemon have reached their final stages, and I'm worried about only one thing. After gaining over thirty levels, my Typhlosion has learned only a single move: Flame Wheel, and at a quite distant level 31. And he didn't learn Quick Attack either, like he did in the original. In a hack where Totodile apparently learns Crunch at like, level 10, and Chikorita starts with Razor Leaf, I can't help but feel that Typhlosion's moveset is kinda nerfed. I also saw another post on this thread about someone's Alakazam learning only three moves...would it be true to say that maybe some of the movesets are incomplete?"

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    2. And the creator said this-
      "Not all pokemon are created equal. Magcargo and Typhlosion are proof of this. Clearly one is better than the other, and nobody would want to use the inferior one. How could Magcargo compete? By getting better moves earlier."

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    3. I figured as much, thank you for the clarification. It is interesting though. My Bayleef has so far been the MVP of my team. It is an interesting take on balancing though, to say the least. Oh well it is a rom hack, and a kaizo one for that matter.

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