Pokemon Bronze is a GBC Rom Hack by Freako based on Pokemon Gold in English. Pokemon Bronze is set shortly after Pokemon Gold/Silver. It features unique starters, a new region to travel through with a brand new story, Fakemon added and much more!
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Pokemon Bronze is a GBC Rom Hack by Freako based on Pokemon Gold in English. It was last updated on February 14, 2014.
Also, be sure to check out Pokemon Silver.
Basically Pokemon Bronze is made in a similar way to Pokemon Brown, I don’t have a lot of rom hacking experience (almost none before I had even started) I had messed about making crappy hacks for myself but now I am doing my best to basically morph everything from Gold’s story and areas so it feels like a new game in Generation II.
The Starters I’ve chosen are a mix of Red/Yellow and Gold. I went with Charmander, Totodile and Pichu as my personal “best of”.
The Story Is basically your generic Pokemon affair, It is set right after the events in Gold and you leave home and get a Pokemon from a professor and defeat gym leaders and the elite four with a group of antagonists to battle along the way, and a rival.
That’s the way I wanted to make it, a regular Pokemon game.
The Region for lack of a better name that I can think of is called Kohto, which sits south west of Kanto (which is connected via underground path) It has 8 towns and some new things/features are more varied environments such as patchy grass that Pokemon are less likely to appear in, and trees/paths have fade offs into grass and stuff.
In Pokemon Bronze, you explore the region of Kohto, situated south-west of Kanto (and connected via underground path) it is lush with varied routes and 9 towns. 8 Gyms as usual, which have slightly higher level Pokémon than in Gold/Silver for a little more of a leisurely adventure. Although not entirely accessible, the Kanto region featured in Bronze returns a few areas removed from the region in Pokémon Gold/Silver to re-explore.
Set shortly after the events of Pokémon Gold/Silver, you and your rival are living in Cartridge Town of the Kohto region, about to embark on your Pokémon adventure. You obtain your starter (Charmander, Pichu, or Totodile) from the resident Professor Koa, as well as a Pokedex from Professor Oak, and then set out on your quest to defeat the eight gyms of Kohto, followed by the Pokemon League. However, now that Team Rocket has been disbanded, another group is stepping up to cause havoc!
World: February 14, 2014
Game Boy Color
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