Pokemon Unova Red ROM

Pokemon Unova Red rom
When focusing on the main objectives, Pokemon Unova Red is about 20 Hours in length. If you're a gamer that strives to see all aspects of the game, you are likely to spend around 35 Hours to obtain 100% completion.
 

Pokemon Unova Red is a GBC ROM Hack by Azure_Keys based on Pokemon Red. Unova Red is a re-imagining of Generation 1, but using the Pokedex from Generation 5. This is because the Unova Pokedex was designed to stand alone without any Pokemon from additional regions, much like the original Pokedex.

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

Additional Information

Pokemon Unova Red is a GBC ROM Hack by Azure_Keys based on Pokemon Red. It was last updated on September 25, 2018.

Also, be sure to check out Pokemon Kalos Crystal.

Description

Unova Red is a re-imagining of Generation 1, but using the Pokedex from Generation 5. This is because the Unova Pokedex was designed to stand alone without any Pokemon from additional regions, much like the original Pokedex. The plot is effectively identical to the Generation 1 games, the only major change is in the Pokemon available. There is also a challenge mode patch which provides a more difficult version of the same hack.

Features

  • All 156 Generation 5 Pokemon exist in this game.
  • Trade evolutions and friendly evolutions have been changed to either regular level up evolutions, or a certain item. All stone evolutions use stones available in Gen 1.
  • Due to the shorter length of a Kanto playthrough compared to a Unova playthrough, some Pokemon have had their evolution levels decreased to fit better within the Gen 1 games.
  • The Dark and Steel types have been added. The type matchup chart has been updated to its usage in Gen 5.
  • Attacks still determine physical or special damage based on type, though Ghost has been changed to special, and Dark has been changed to Physical.
  • New moves have been added, either to add move coverage to Dark and Steel, flesh out certain underrepresented types, or serve as signature moves for certain Pokemon. An equivalent amount of Gen 1 moves have been removed from the game, either signature moves of Gen 1 Pokemon, or moves that did not fit well with the Gen 5 Pokedex.
  • A few TMs have been changed. However, as in Gen 1, TMs are still one-time use, and the good ones are quite valuable.
  • Moves have, in general, been updated to match their stats from Gen 5, including base power, PP, accuracy, and side effects. Gust, Karate Chop, Bite, and Sand-Attack are no longer Normal type. Also, Focus Energy has been fixed and now works properly.
  • Notably, the hack attempts to maintain the ‘feel’ of a Gen 1 game. This includes Pokemon learning pretty few STAB moves overall, and TMs being at a premium. Most other wonky attributes of Gen 1 have been kept in place, including type effectiveness sometimes not displaying properly (though it is always calculated properly).
  • There have been a few adjustments to certain locations to accommodate for the large amount of legendary Pokemon in Gen 5. For example, Cerulean Cave / Unknown Dungeon is no longer an end-game area, and there is no longer a guard blocking it. Keep an eye out for changes!

Challenge Mode Features:

  • All trainers have higher levels than usual, along a steady curve.
  • A few new trainers have been added to the early game.
  • Battle Style is always on SET, regardless of options.
  • HP restoring items (Potion, Super Potion, Hyper Potion, Max Potion, Fresh Water, Soda Pop, Lemonade) and Revives cannot be used in battle. Max Revives can still be used in battle due to their inability to be purchased. Full Restores can also be used in battle, though they can no longer be purchased. Status and PP restoring items can also be used in battle.

File Name

Pokemon Unova Red

File Size

371KB

Version

1.0

Release Date

World: September 25, 2018

Genre

RPG

Developer

Azure_Keys

Platform

Game Boy Color

Region

USA

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