Pokémon Snakewood is a hacked ROM of Pokémon Ruby, created by ROM hacker Cutlerine. The game is set a few years after the events of Ruby, and you play as the younger brother or sister of Ruby's protagonist (called Landon in this game).
The game takes place in a post-zombie apocalyptic Hoenn region, where the hero must fight their way through the decaying region to restore order. Also the most cursed game in pokemon.
Dragon is a Fakémon that is unobtainable by conventional means in Pokémon Snakewood.
You can pick Baltoy, Paras, or Koffing as your starters in Pokemon Snakewood. They don't show up anywhere else and you can only get one, so pick your favorite.
Download the official Pokemon Snakewood 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 Pokemon Snakewood ROM or GBA file by Installing VisualBoyAdvance on Windows, MAC, Linux, Android or IOS/iphone.
Pokemon Snakewood is a GBA Rom Hack by Cutlerine based on Pokemon Fire Red.
You woke up in what used to be Littleroot town, having no memory of how you got there or even who you really are. It soon becomes apparent however that something very big has happened while you were out: Hoenn has been invaded by an army of zombies.
Working with Prof. Birch, you set off to find your brother Landon and Birch’s daughter May, who have both gone missing in an attempt to find the source of the undead plague. At the same time, you try to uncover your past. On the way, you face zombies, witches, demons, and the enigmatic Taoist, Gleis, as well as the Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse, the Hoenn Internal Affairs Army, and, eventually, the architect of all this misery himself: Senex.
However, it isn’t nearly as dark as all that: there are also the cheerfully insane (and improbably numerous) Deadly Seven, the unruffled and cynical Army Recruiters Tina and Bruce, and a psychic dragon’s egg. Not to mention a special appearance from the Denjuu universe.
World: July 29, 2016
Game Boy Advance
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