Digimon Operation Digipedia ROM

Digimon Operation Digipedia rom
When focusing on the main objectives, Digimon Operation Digipedia is about 25 Hours in length. If you're a gamer that strives to see all aspects of the game, you are likely to spend around 50 Hours to obtain 100% completion.

Digimon Operation Digipedia is a GBA Rom Hack by Epitaph93 based on Pokemon Fire Red. It features Digimon instead of Pokemon, 18 different types of Digimon, many new moves and abilities, you can combine 2 Digimon and perform a DNA Digivolution and much more!

You can download the Digimon Operation Digipedia rom from this page and to play the game you need to download the Visualboy Advance Emulator here.

You need to download and install Visual Boy Advance and then load the rom.

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Download the official Digimon Operation Digipedia ROM in the (USA) version for the Game Boy Advance handheld consoles. To fully utilize a GBA ROM game, use our Cheats, Rom Hacks and GBA Roms sections. You can open the Digimon Operation Digipedia ROM or GBA file by Installing VisualBoyAdvance on Windows, MAC, Linux, Android or IOS/iphone.

Additional Information

Digimon Operation Digipedia is a GBA Rom Hack by Epitaph93 based on Pokemon Fire Red. It was last updated on May 29, 2019.

Also, be sure to check out Digimon Emerald.


In a peaceful world where digimon are owned and raised as pets, a disturbance begins to shake the world. You, a teenager from Modem town, are sent on a mission along with your rival Matt to scout the nearest city for any information on this disturbance. Gennai, the town elder, sends you on this mission and allows you to choose your very own digimon for the dangerous journey.

You are also given a digivice, an artifact from the ancient times that once aided your ancestors. The digivice is old and incomplete, so it is your job to refill it with the data it has lost by capturing all the digimon in the world.

You find that strange things are occurring in your world: some digimon are turning evil, others are digivolving beyond normal levels. It was once rare for digimon to reach ultimate level, but now many have become Mega levelled.

You report to Gennai and he tells you of a legend from the ancient times, before the digital world and the real world were one. The dark forces that once fought to destroy the worlds will return, and only the descendants of the fabled digidestined would have the power to vanquish the revived dark masters.

You and your rival are to travel the world to strengthen your digimon and earn the crests of the digidestined. Only with the power of the crests will you be able to restore peace. They will strengthen your digimon and unlock their power to digivolve.

You will quickly encounter an evil digimon named demidevimon. He despises all tamers and wants to rule over the digimon and humans, making slaves of both. Demidevimon will return again, then digivolve to Devimon. Once you beat Devimon he will return at a later point with a tamer. Although it appears he is obedient to the tamer, the opposite is the truth. Devimon has gained control of this tamer and is using him to capture digimon and twist them with his evil ways.

Along your journey you will find various ways to digivolve your digimon, including the long lost art of armor digivolution, and the rare DNA digivolution. Using such things may take your digimon down a longer and more powerful path than it would achieve naturally, thus is the power of the tamer.

There will be various items available for you to use in your quest. These items are called digicards, or just cards for short. One such card is a TC, or temporary card. It allows a digimon to learn a move. TCs are destroyed after a single use. Other cards exist that teach any number of digimon moves. These are called PCs or permanent cards. DMCs, or digi modify cards are cards that can be given to digimon in order to boost stats, heal status problems, or to obtain certain abilities. Some can be found on card trees, but these vanish after use. General cards are also a one time use, but are very common and cheap. General cards can be used for various things like restoring HP, MP, or boosting stats. Key Cards can be used for much more varied things, like opening doors or activating certain digivice functions such as finding tamers willing to battle, finding hidden items, or playing various melodies.

As the descendants of the ancient digidestined it is your duty to save the world, or take control of it. What destiny you choose and what digimon will get you there are all up to you.

Tai will be the protagonist male, Sora the female. Matt will be the rival. Gennai from season 1 will take place of Prof. Oak. They aren’t really going to be the kids from the first two seasons, but the descendants of those kids. Other characters will also appear as common trainers and gym leaders:


  • The starters will be of these three types, rather than the obvious and overused triangle of starters:
  • Jyarimon: Dragon
    Puttimon: Holy
    Punimon: Beast
  • They will start as level 1 Digimon, a level which adds a large degree to the amounts of time needed for training at the beginning of the game, but which is necessary to allow the dynamic digivolution system I’m trying to create.You can use many items in this game like: a Digicard for learning moves, a Digi Modify Card for boosting stats – healing status problems – obtaining certain abilities, a General card for restoring HP and MP, etc… There are also Key Cards which can be used for opening doors or finding tamers who are willing to battle (just like trainers of Pokemon, tamers are the ones who own a Digimon), finding hidden items, playing many different melodies.
  • Many new moves and abilities.
  • There are 18 different types of Digimon in this game. Choose your party wisely.
  • You can combine two Digimon and perform a DNA digivolution.
  • The Armor Digivolution and Dark Digivolution will replace evolution stones as we normally see in Pokemon games.

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Digimon Operation Digipedia

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Release Date

World: July 15, 2012






Game Boy Advance




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