Name: Pokemon Emerald Enhanced
Remake/Hacked by: Ryuhouji
Based on: Pokemon Emerald
It’s Pokemon Emerald Enhanced by Ryuhouji. Let’s Do it.
In this game, we have tons of feature… Oh, My Moewww Woww…… It’s so so great. pokemon up to gen 3 with some new Pokemon such as Glaceon, Leafeon, Sylveon, hmmm and more :))) You can get level 125… Re-use TMs more time, Don’t have Fly HM now, :))) by the way, you can use Waystone. hmm, and more and more features with more text and I’m so so lazy to read :((( hmmm maybe you can come to my page and read it ok… ok c’ mon what’s the great feature in this game?
Soooooooooo, you can choose 4 modes in this game when you start: Easy, Normal, Hard, Nuzlocke… well well well… :))) I think more people like Nuzlocke… so if you like it, you can play this game. And the, it’s completed, right? Hmm, it’s completed with the emerald storyline but it will be updated more time to fix some bugs ok.
The EMERALD ENHANCED dex:
We have a total of 684 pokemon in the game. This is thanks to Egg’s pokemon expansion repo.
There are waaay too many pokemon to list here, so I have created a spreadsheet, which can be viewed here:
Theme Switcher! new!
You can now switch your theme between the default (with slight modifications) and the classic EE dark theme.
Find this setting in the Options menu.
We now have 7 starters options, up from 3.
The options are:
Litwick, Beldum, Shinx, Ralts, Venipede, Timburr and Spheal.
They have been adjusted to work as well as a starter would in a vanilla game, or better in some cases. This gives more variance to the
new game experience, since you’ll probably be using New Game +
Further Frontier Customization:
All frontier pokemon movesets have been updated to competitive standards. This means that fighting in the frontier is similar to fighting
other players, in terms of difficulty. There’s no unfair rules here, your skill will be tested much more heavily than it was in vanilla.
6 Modes of play:
Hard mode is how my game was before the v2.5 update. It’s vanilla experience gain.
Normal mode scales your EXP and Winnings to the number of gyms you have beaten. It goes up by 12.5% per badge.
Easy mode is 4x base experience, for people who want to get through the game quickly, and aren’t confident enough for harder modes.
Nuzlocke mode is an even harder variant of my game, with enforced nuzlocke rules.
Hardcore mode uses special rules. No pokecenters, Marts can be used but it’s more expensive.
You gain less money and gain the default vanilla exp value. You deal less damage while receiving more damage. (20% in both cases).
Frontier mode takes you directly into the frontier. Work yourself out of the frontier by earning BP.
About Nuzlocke Mode:
Marts cannot be used.
Pokecenters can only be used three times between badges.
Pokemon that faint will actually disappear from your party.
Base experience is doubled, to offset the challenge of nuzlocke mode.
You are given items and healed for free when you defeat a Gym leader. You only get the items once when you beat them for the first time.
The Waystone can only be used 3 times, but the charges get restored when you get a new badge.
The rules get lifted once you become the Champion
About Frontier Mode:
You start at the Frontier. When you walk into the entrance, you are given a menu from which to choose your starter party.
This will allow you to do any of the frontiers. You still need to earn battle points to get more mons for your party from the
Followers will help you in battles against the E4 and in Title Defense when they are following you.
The current followers are all of the romancable NPC’s and Minnie.
You can dismiss them anytime, talk with them to do so.
Followers can sometimes get a bit misaligned, to fix it open the Start Menu and press dpad left. This should reset their location to behind you.
Poké Ball Changer:
You can now change the Poké Ball your Pokémon is currently held in by talking to the Ball Changer NPC.
She’s located in the Lilycove Department Store on the 5th Floor.
To change Balls you need to pay 10.000 Pokédollars and have at least one of the corresponding balls.
Autoscaling Trainers & Wild Encounters:
Wild Pokémon encounters and Trainers now scale to the number of badges you own!
Please note that they scale differently, with different ranges.
Boss wild encounters!
You have a 1 in 256 chance to encounter a boss wild pokemon. They can easily be noticed as their names are bright red.
These pokemon have 31 in every IV and have their hidden ability. They get +6 to both defenses when the battle starts.
‘Stepped on’ encounters!
You have a 1 in 256 chance of stepping on certain species of wild pokemon while on any beach. This is the only way to obtain a couple
pokemon in the game. There are no special encounter rules here.
Elite 4 Rematch Parties:
After beating the game for the first time, the game will default to the E4 rematch parties.
Check them out!
You can get an egg with perfect IV’s and desired nature by utilizing the Genetic Code Mapping System.
You can consign up to 31 of a certain species to increase your Genetic Code Value(GCV).
You can use the GCV to generate an Egg of your saved species. The species you generate will have IV’s equal to the GCV in each stat.
When you generate the pokemon, you will get to choose a nature.
The generated pokemon will be an Egg that you have to hatch with the moves and ability of the first mon you consigned.
Visit the Training Center in Lilycove to get started. It’s the left-most computer in the left room.
Re-Fighting the Elite Four:
When you fight them again, you will get teleported to an alternate Champion room after you’ve cleared the E4. While you’re in here,
you walk to the middle, like how you walk to your throne in US/UM. At which point a random challenger will approach you and challenge
you for your title. There are currently 8 possible challengers, and more will be added over time until I reach 16. This is how the
game stays once you’ve met the requirements.
Other notable features:
The player performs HM functions without any badges or items. You can just swim, or pull out a tree, or smash a rock, or whatever.
Forecaster, an item that allows you to set any weather you want.
Completely custom jukebox. Use L in the start menu to activate, R to skip tracks sequentially. The currently playing track number is
displayed in the top left corner of the screen when the start menu is open.
You can enable random route music by opening the Start menu and pressing dpad Right. There will be a confirmation noise.
Remote access to the PC available when you complete a certain quest.
EXP Drive item that stores some exp earned in battle to be given to a specific mon later. Or toggle earning exp in battle.
Imprinter item, which works similarly to the EV Reduce berries. The consumable imprints you get reduce EVs to zero, rather than increments of 10.
Waystone item, which replaces the HM Fly functionality. The waystone gives you more locations you can teleport to, including each of the 7 Frontier facilities.
Rotom is obtained as a gift from a quest. The same NPC will allow you to change its form. The signature move of Frost and Fan have been changed to be better.
New Game +
New game + becomes available starting from the first time you visit the Hall Of Fame.
Only Pokemon in your PC Boxes are retained, including held items.
Unique key items are retained.(Imprinter, EXP Drive, Remote PC, Forecaster, and the bike to allow both in the inventory at once).
Dex progress is mostly retained, but only for the species that are in your boxes** at the time of New Game +.
When you start New Game+ you get to choose between Hard, Nuzlocke and Hardcore modes.
(**Example: If you have a Vigoroth that was a Slakoth, only the page for the Vigoroth will remain.)
Magma main quest is now live!
Currently available and completed quest Lines: (** denotes relationship quest line)
Team Aqua: Shelly**
Team Aqua: Archie
Dawn/Brendan** (Your rival, based on which gender you use)
Team Magma: Courtney**
Team Magma: Maxie
About Emulation Compatibility:
My game is a custom compiled version of emerald with major core code changes. My game will only work properly on emulators that are
accurate to real GBA hardware, or the actual hardware with supported flashcarts.
The only emulator I can confirm has 100% compatibility is mGBA version 0.7.3.
Unofficially supported emulators (reported by players, unconfirmed by me)
* My Boy! Paid
Real GBA, GBA SP (Flashcart. Must have support for SRAM, flash 1mbit save file, RTC)
Real NDS/DS Lite (Flashcart. See above)
3DS (Virtual Console, mGBA port, special flash carts)
Nintendo Switch port of the mGBA emulator. You need cfw on your switch to use this.
Presumably, if you can figure out how to inject it, Nintendo Switch Virtual Console as well.
Other emulators can work, but with limited compatibility. The most common issue is black screen freezes when transitioning to and from battle, and between maps.
These are not issues I can fix. Emulation accuracy is key here, and mGBA is the most accurate emulator available.
This game is GBA Hack ROM in English. It’s playable but all features are beta!
Download Pokemon Emerald Enhanced v702 Oct 10 2020 (Completed)
___CIA Version for Nintendo 3DS Below____
This game is tweaked too much. Maybe CIA Version isn’t working perfectly!