HM03 Surf is found inside of the Safari Zone, a location that's found just off of Fuchsia City. If you make it through the Safari Zone to the far southwestern side before time runs out, speak to the attendant to be given HM03 Surf.
There are actually two Daycares in Pokémon FireRed.
The first Daycare is accessible early on, located just under Cerulean City on Route 5. You will need to hop down five hills and enter the building with an orange roof.
The 2nd Daycare is located on Four Island, and isn’t available until after the Elite Four has been defeated. After that, you can travel to Island 1 and begin a quest line with Celio that unlocks the rest of the Sevii Islands.
Travel to the Cerulean City and defeat the 5 trainers and their leader so you can cross the Nugget Bridge.
Head north until you reach the big house. Stand in front of the computer and select it to receive the boarding pass to the S.S. Anne in Vermilion City.
Go back to Cerulean City and travel through the Underground Tunnel to Vermilion City. Head to the boat walkway and show your boarding pass to the guard. Then, go upstairs, find the captain, and rub his back to get the "Cut" HM.
Pokémon FireRed Version are 2004 remakes of the 1996 Game Boy role-playing video games Pokémon Red and Blue. They were developed by Game Freak, published by The Pokémon Company and Nintendo for the Game Boy Advance. FireRed and LeafGreen were first released in Japan in January 2004 and in North America and Europe in September and October 2004 respectively. The games are part of the third generation of the Pokémon video game series and hold the distinction of being the first enhanced remakes of previous games within the franchise.
As in previous games, the player controls the player character from an overhead perspective and participates in turn-based battles. Throughout the games, the player captures and raises Pokémon for use in battle. New features include a contextual help menu and a new region the player may access after a certain point in the story. The games have compatibility with the Game Boy Advance Wireless Adapter, which originally came bundled with the games.
The games received mostly positive reviews, obtaining an aggregate score of 81 percent on Metacritic. Most critics praised the fact that the games introduced new features while still maintaining the traditional gameplay of the series. Reception of the graphics and audio was more mixed, with some reviewers complaining that they were too simplistic and lacked improvement compared to the previous games, Pokémon Ruby and Sapphire. FireRed and LeafGreen were commercial successes, selling a total of around 12 million copies worldwide.
Pokemon Fire Red Version
Japan: September 16, 2004
Game Boy Advance
[Total: 183 Average: 3.8]