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Pokemon Fool’s Gold


Name: Pokemon Fool’s Gold
Remade by: Celadonk
Remade from: Pokemon Crystal
Source Link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4UBiwAW_Ut8&feature=youtu.be
Description:
Hello, Welcome back to Pokemoner.com, and I’m Pokemoner. Today, we will play Pokemon Fool’s Gold. It’s a new GBC Hack ROM by Celadonk! All 251 Pokemon in-game redesigned with new type, new movesets. No need trade evolution in-game, shiny rate is 1/1028, a few new areas added.

Well, This game is similar to Pokemon Crystal, but all pokemon redesigned. I think it’s not boring when we play it again! It’s completed in English. And now, Let’s play!

Pokémon Fool’s Gold is a Pokémon Crystal ROM hack where everything is familiar, yet different…

We’ve been working on this as a side project since about January 26, 2019. I know it’s not super impressive compared to a lot of the amazing projects shared here, but as Pokémon fans who don’t really have programming experience but grew up playing Pokémon ROM hacks we wanted to have fun and make one together, and we’re really proud of the end result!

In this game, all of the Pokémon have been reworked… think Alolan/Galarian forms, for all the Pokémon. All 251 Pokémon are available in-game without trading. We’ve reworked all of the trainers and wild encounters to fit as well. In addition, there have been a few visual tweaks, and we’ve added a few new places to explore, too!

The story is all the same as vanilla Pokémon Crystal, so the experience is similar, but with the new Pokémon designs.

FEATURES
All 251 Pokémon redesigned, with new types and movesets to fit
All wild encounter data changed, to better fit the new designs to the environments
All Pokémon available without trading, including trade evolutions and starters
A variety of aesthetic changes to the overworld
A few new optional areas to explore
Shiny rate raised to 1/1028… we wanted everyone to at least run into one shiny throughout their playthrough
A few new moves, both from other Pokémon games and original moves

Changelog:
1.1:
Changes made:
– Reusable TM’s
– TM/HM movesets overhauled
– Physical/Special split implemented
– Wild Sandshrew can hold Pearls, and occasionally Big Pearls. Sandslash can hold Big Pearls, and occasionally Nuggets
– stone evolutions learn same moves
– Rocket Base traps Pokemon changed (Slugma and Qwilfish instead of Voltorb and Geodude)
– Patch of grass removed on Route 34 to facilitate egg hatching
– some minor base stat changes
– some minor sprite changes
– some minor moveset changes
– some minor text fixes

Bugs fixed:
– collision data fixes for various maps
– Catch tutorial displays Sentret instead of Rattata
– Unown menu sprite displays properly
– Corsola now more common on Route 46
– Suicune no longer runs at the Tin Tower fight
– Odd Egg Pokemon has correct PP for Extremespeed
– Meowth has correct type
– Umbreon and Espeon evo’s display properly
– Poliwhirl can evolve into Politoed with Sun Stone
– Mew caught after Transform does not become Ditto
– Revelation and Astral Fury crash if it doesn’t kill
– The player is no longer able to fly far ahead of the game

1.2:
NOTES ABOUT ALL CHANGED MOVES:
If you have a Pokemon that is past the level at which they learn a move that it previously would not be able to learn, you will sadly not be able to use that move– there is no Move Reminder and that would probably be very difficult to program. (I’ve done a bit of research on it.)

Removed Moves:
– Crabhammer
– Octazooka
– Bubble
– Cotton Spore
– Poison Sting
– Morning Sun
– Smog
– Bind
– Mega Drain
– Harden
– Withdraw
– Triple Kick
– Mind Reader
It is highly recommended that you remove these moves from any Pokemon that have it (unless you want to have, for example, a Mankey with Earth Power, which maybe you do…)

New Moves:
– Aqua Jet – Physical/Water, 40 Power, priority
– Learned by Squirtle, Ekans, Machop, Drowzee, Omanyte lines and Hitmonlee
– Zen Headbutt – Physical/Psychic, 80 Power, chance to flinch
– Learned by NidoranF, Vulpix, Tauros, Chikorita, Aipom, Phanpy lines and Dragonite
– Air Slash – Special/Flying, 75 Power, chance to flinch
– Learned by Zubat, Articuno, Totodile, Hoothoot, Murkrow, Entei lines and Forretress
– Earth Power – Special/Ground, 90 Power, chance to decrease Sp.Def
– Learned by Staryu, Mr. Mime, Togepi, Mareep, Hoppip lines and Gyarados, Politoed
– Flash Cannon – Special/Steel, 80 Power, chance to decrease Sp.Def
– Learned by Bellsprout, Zapdos, Dunsparce lines and Jigglypuff, Wigglytuff, Slowking, Jolteon
– Dragon Pulse – Special/Dragon, 90 Power
– Learned by Squirtle, NidoranF, Grimer, Horsea, Lapras, Lugia lines and Flareon, Gyarados
– Shadow Punch – Physical/Ghost, 70 Power, always hits
– Learned by Cubone, Mareep, Murkrow, Delibird, Larvitar lines and Raticate, Ariados
– Aura Sphere – Special/Fighting, 80 Power, always hits
– Learned by Vulpix, Zubat, Magby, Chikorita, Wobbuffet lines
– Dark Pulse – Special/Dark, 80 Power, chance to flinch
– Learned by Meowth, Gastly, Elekid, Mewtwo, Mew, Houndour, Larvitar lines and Beedrill, Kadabra, Alakazam
– Dragon Claw – Physical/Dragon, 80 Power
– Learned by Spearow, Sneasel, Entei lines
– Bug Bite – Physical/Bug, 70 Power
– Learned by Venonat, Paras, Rhyhorn, Sneasel lines and Beedrill
– Poison Fang – Physical/Poison, 60 Power, chance to poison
– Learned by Ekans, Tangela lines and Steelix
– Ice Shard – Physical/Ice, 50 Power, priority
– Learned by Cyndaquil, Teddiursa, Delibird, Skarmory lines and Vaporeon

Base Stats:
– Voltorb +15 atk, -15 sp.atk (swap)
– Electrode +30 atk, -30 sp.atk (swap)
– Chikorita +10 atk, -10 sp.atk
– Bayleef +15 atk, -15 sp.atk, -5 sp.def, +5 spd
– Meganium +20 atk, -20 sp.atk, -10 sp.def, +10 spd
– Togetic +40 atk, -40 sp.atk (swap)
– Sudowoodo -35 atk, +35 sp.atk
– Swinub +20 def, -20 spd
– Piloswine +20 def, -20 spd
– Jolteon +25 atk, -25 sp.atk
– Delibird +10 all (new BST of 390)
– Cubone -5 atk, +5 sp.atk
– Marowak -20 atk, +20 sp.atk
– Murkrow +5 all (new BST of 435)

Movesets:
– Chikorita line – replaced Detect with Foresight; learns Foresight earlier; learns Recover
– Krabby line – replaced Crabhammer with Skull Bash
– Octillery – replaced Octazooka with Giga Drain
– Ponyta line – replaced Reflect with Wing Attack
– Suicune – learns Confusion later so it’s available upon catch
– Doduo line – learns Jump Kick
– Sudowoodo – replaced Feint Attack with Night Shade; learns Giga Drain
– Shellder line – learns Karate Chop
– Corsola – learns Ember much earlier
– Sandshrew line – learns Thief earlier, and learns False Swipe in its place; learns Tail Whip; learns Mean Look
– Mankey line – replaced Cotton Spore with Sleep Powder; learns Absorb
– Tentacool line – replaced Poison Sting with Toxic; learns Waterfall by HM
– Scyther – replaced Poison Sting with Pin Missile
– Dratini line – replaced Poison Sting with Acid; replaced Sharpen with Sludge Bomb; learns False Swipe; learns Sludge Bomb by TM
– Zapdos – replaced Drill Peck with Wrap
– Moltres – learns Double Kick
– Kabuto line – learns Surf, Waterfall, Whirlpool by HM
– Cleffa – learns Ember
– Pidgey line – learns Submission earlier; learns Cross Chop
– Misdreavus – learns Thunderbolt; learns Shadow Ball
– Bellsprout line – replaced Spark with Thunderbolt; replaced Wrap with Growth; learns Zap Cannon
– Ho-oh – replaced Thief with Drill Peck
– Ledyba line – learns Bug Buzz
– Forretress – Silver Wind pushed after evolution so it’s actually available
– Gligar – learns Rollout
– Natu line – learns Shadow Ball; learns Psybeam
– Hoppip line – learns Tackle earlier
– Remoraid line – replaced Sludge with Sludge Bomb
– Murkrow – learns Lick; learns Seismic Toss
– Aipom – learns Confusion
– Magby line – replaced Smog with Poison Gas
– Slugma – replaced Smog with Acid Armor
– Hitmontop – replaced Triple Kick with Double Kick (sounds weird but Double Kick is actually better)
– Butterfree – replaced Psybeam with Zen Headbutt
– Gyarados – learns Surf, Waterfall by HM
– Hypno – learns Sludge; learns Sludge Bomb by TM
– Goldeen line – learns Surf by HM
– Gligar – learns Rock Throw
– Hitmonlee – replaced Mind Reader with Protect
– Articuno – replaced Mind Reader with Light Screen
– Cyndaquil line – learns Moonlight; learns Sharpen
– Totodile line – learns Skull Bash; learns Protect
– Scyther – replaced Bug Buzz with Bug Bite
– Houndour line – learns Solarbeam
– Eevee – replaced Focus Energy with Agility
– Skarmory – learns Rock Throw; learns Powder Snow and Rollout earlier
– Diglett line – switched Rock Throw and Magnitude
– Machop – learns Surf by HM

New areas:
– Cliff Edge Gate, Cliff Cave, Route 47, Route 48 west of Cianwood
– Daffodil Creek

New music:
– Route 47/48 (adapted from HGSS)
– Route 49/51
– Route 50
– Elite Four battle

Other changes:
– Added hint for where to catch Mew after Mewtwo battle
– Added a new strongest trainer to fight
– Added Fool’s Gold Dev Building
– Exp. Share unable to be stolen
– Porygon’s catch rate raised to reasonable levels
– Lapras in Union Cave changed to Machoke
– Articuno, Zapdos, Moltres category changed to “ULTRABEAST”
– Celebi uses Unown Radio as battle theme
– Reordered the New Dex Order slightly (moved Corsola and Skarmory earlier)
– Touched up Laceleaf City’s percussion
– Route 50 has harsh sunlight at morning (still sandstorm at day and night)
– Adjusted the levels of trainers on Route 49/50/51 to be a bit lower
– Minor tileset and palette changes
– A fun easter egg 🙂

Bug fixes:
– Kanto starter no longer holds glitch item
– Kanto starters not locked out if your party and PC are full
– Laceleaf Leftovers NPC will no longer never give it if you speak with him with a full bag
– Flypoints slightly less broken, again. (However, they will still probably be broken if you’ve already played the game substantially before updating.)
– More collision fixes
– More minor text fixes

1.2.1:
– Moveset changes
– Cyndaquil line – learns Icy Wind by TM
– Lapras – learns Surf by TM; learns Dragon Rage by level up
– Flareon – replaced Dragon Rage with Dragon Claw
– Gligar – learns Rollout by TM
– Heracross – learns Poison Fang
– Move changes
– Dragon Pulse animation fixed
– Crunch now reduces the opponent’s Defense rather than Special Defense
– Acid now reduces the opponent’s Special Defense rather than Defense
– Waterfall now has a 20% chance to flinch
– Flypoints fixed (FINALLY)
– Wild held item chance increased (50% none, 45% common, 5% rare)
– Cianwood Rock Smash rock blocking cave entrance
– Eusine no longer looking at wall
– Catch tutorial changed back to Hoppip
– Certain songs that didn’t work in 1.2 now work properly
– Scizor catch rate raised to 45
– “Rainbow Wing” renamed “Astral Wing”
– Farfetch’d – all base stats raised by 20 (new BST: 370)
– Tyrogue changed from pure Normal to Normal/Fighting
– Footprints removed… I meant to do this a long time ago but kept forgetting…
– Missingno, Doduo, Dodrio, Eevee menu sprites changed
– Random text changes

1.2.2:
– Moveset changes
– Voltorb/Electrode now can learn Fly by HM
– Horsea/Seadra/Kingdra now can learn Flash by HM
– Mr. Mime can now learn Rock Smash by HM
– Golduck now can learn Earthquake by TM
– Scyther now can learn Dig and Earthquake by TM
– Wooper/Quagsire now can learn Blizzard by TM
– Spark and Thunderbolt switched in Misdreavus’s learnset
– Leer and Wrap switched in Zubat’s learnset
– Lick and Tail Whip switched in Cubone’s learnset
– Pokedex changes
– Pokedex now displays a Pokemon’s type (even if it hasn’t been caught yet)
– Category changes:
– Seaking from “Seaking” to “Skeleton” (lol)
– Ampharos from “Wendigo” to “Lurking”
– Chansey from “Rotten” to “Rancid”
– Blissey from “Rancid” to “Deviled”
– Random changes
– Astral Wing accessible immediately after fighting Suicune
– Silver Wing renamed to Azure Scale
– Azure Scale accessible in Dragon’s Den
– Ho-oh and Lugia at different levels depending on when you fight them (45 if before beating Lance, 60 if after)
– Sacred Ash renamed to Cosmic Ash
– PC added to the Fool’s Gold Dev House
– Giga Drain changed to 75 power, 10 PP
– Certain Kanto mons are now available randomly once a day on Route 35
-Caterpie, Weedle, Rattata, Nidoran M, Vulpix, Paras, Psyduck, Geodude, Ponyta, Seel, Gastly, Voltorb, Rhyhorn, Omanyte
– Mr. Mime’s catch rate raised to 75 (from 45)
– Entei/Raikou/Suicune are no longer required to catch to enter the Tin Tower
– Routes 49 and 51 now have a 10% encounter rate (from 2%)
– Electrodes in Route HQ changed to Slowbro
– Some NPC trades adjusted
– Kyle in Violet now gives Oddish (instead of Sneasel) in return for Yanma
– Mike in Goldenrod now asks for Houndour (instead of Abra) to give a Tyrogue
– Tim in Olivine now gives Nidoran M in return for Nidoran F (instead of giving Misdreavus in return for Krabby)
– Password no longer required to reset clock
– Smeargle buffed to 412 BST (+10 in every stat)
– Corsy’s cry in Glitter Lighthouse fixed
– Pink Bow renamed to Silk Scarf
– Soft Sand itemball on Route 50 changed to TM Psych Up (not available elsewhere)
– Fleeing Pokemon happens less often
– Catch tutorial changed to Hoppip (sigh)
– Added version number on title screen
– Move tutor
– Now uses money instead of coins (¥50000 rather than 4000 coins)
– Can be accessed once per day on ANY day of the week
– Can be accessed after beaten Clair
– Bugs fixed
– Eusine no longer enters the player in Cianwood cutscene
– Bird Keeper Avery on Route 50 no longer soft-locks the player
– Minor tileset edits
– Minor text fixes

This game is a GBA Hack Rom in English! It’s Completed!

Screenshot:

Gameplay:

Cheat Codes:
Using Pokemon Fool’s Gold cheat code
Download:
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