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Bill's PC Glitch: Get Missingno's


Did you know that you can get one or more Missingno's from Bill's PC? It's hard to do, and it may not work at times. All that you have to do is go to any Pokémon Center and log onto Bill's PC. After you do this, deposite some of your Pokémon. (Have at least 4 spaces open). Once you have deposited at least 4 of your Pokémon, change your box. As you look at the box list on Bill's PC, you should see boxes 7,8,9,10,11, and 12 full. However, in these boxes aren't your Pokémon, but a whole bunch of Missingno's. This part is where it gets tricky, so be careful. (You may not be able to withdraw any Missingno's. Also, your game might freeze). Switch your box to Box 7. Then, click on Withdraw. If your Gameboy's screen doesn't go blank, then your screen will still show the box menu. This is supposed to happen, so don't worry. Hit the "A" button about 3 or more times. Then, a list of Pokémon with glitchy names should appear. As you try to scroll, you'll have to hit "Down" and then press the "B" Button a few times. As you make it further down the list, you won't have to do this anymore. Now, pick any glitchy Pokémon that you want. (Except for any of the ones with a blank name that say Level 0). Select the Pokémon that you want to Withdraw. If your game freezes when you hit Withdraw for the first time, then you won't be able to Withdraw the Missingno. However, if your game doesn't freeze, then you should have no problem Withdrawing it. Congrats, now you have a Missingno! If you want more Missingno's, repeat this process. The Missingno(s) may mess up (in a battle) the look of your character, Pokémon, or screen. However, it shouldn't damage your game. Sometimes, when viewing all of your Pokémon or trying to perform an action with your Missingno(s), you'll have to press the button that your pressing a couple of times before anything happens. Other than that, you should have no problems with your Missingno(s)!


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Added 15 Mar 2015, ID #5600, by Guest
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Trainer fly to get any pokémon

Most of you are already aware that you can do the trainer fly cheat to get Mew in Cerulean City.
However, in Yellow/Red/Blue if you can find a trainer to trainer fly on you can basically get any Pokémon in the whole wide game.
First of all, we'll explain the trainer fly trick.
What you basically need to do is to step in FRONT of a trainer, not sideways, or this trick will not work.
Make sure you save your game before doing this trick.
Now, walk in to the trainer's field of sight and before the trainer can notice you, quickly press start(you'd be good to do this if you spam the start button while walking forward, but stop when you know you're in the range where the trainer can actually see you), and what you want to do now, is to either have a Pokémon that knows Teleport/Whirlwind or be in a dungeon and use an escape rope.
What will happen now is that the trainer will notice you but you will fly away from him. This disables both your start menu and select.
You now need to face a trainer in order to reset the buttons but make sure that you are in the same position that when you faced the trainer to trainer fly from.
The game's memory will think that you are fighting the trainer you previously would have gotten to fight but you escaped from.
Now make sure you either get killed or win this fight and make sure to set the warp point to the nearest possible warp point for a Pokémon Center. What you want to do now is to find a wild pokémon, any wild pokémon and basically do nothing, just growl or do leer or any stats that reduce the stat of a Pokémon.
The way this works is that each Pokémon has a specified stat.
Let's say you want a Ivysaur.
The special stat for Ivysaur is 9.
You'd need to either face a Nidorina or a Nidorino with stats above this and lower any normal stat according to that special stat.
Let's say you meet a Nidorina(this has the highest rate of success), you'd want to lower Nidorina's attack to 9 by using Growl 6 times.
This will set the memory value for Ivysaur the next time you enter the previous area from where you trainer flied from.
What will happen next is that you will find the Pokémon, but the catch rate of that Pokémon will be as hard as a Mew because the game doesn't think the Pokémon will be catchable at that very point of the game or that it is very rare and resets the catch value to the highest possible number.
Once you've caught the Pokémon, it will actually be at Level 1 and if you let it battle once and get experience, it will immideately go to level 100 because the game will think if < than 2 reset exp to >65535
Which is basically the highest possible value for a 16 bit binary code.
Now you have gotten the Pokémon you want, and gotten it to level 100!
Happy trainer flying people

Added 24 Jul 2012, ID #5465, by SomeWhere


First you must not have beaten the gambler outside of the underground path near Celadon city and the youngster near the nugget bridge with the level 17 slowpoke and you need fly.so then you go to celadon the go to the underground path step outside and save just incase you mess up then take one more step down and pause the game real quickly then fly to cerulean and your start button shouldn't work then battle the youngster with the level 17 slowpke and win then your start button should work then fly to lavender and walk the path to the left then your start button should pop up. Exit out of it and then you should be facing a level 7 Mew good luck catching it

Added 22 Dec 2011, ID #5384, by jmfreak3

Glitch city

To find the messed up glitch city Go to fuchisa city. After you're there go to the safari zone. Pay the admission fee and go in. When inside the safari game come right back out. When asked "Leaving early?" say "No". Then go into safari zone and come out again when being asked the same question say no once more. Then save and turn off the game turn it on once more. You should be in the last place you saved which is the safari zone. Exit the safari zone and instead of being asked if you are leaving early you will be welcomed to the safari zone. Say no when you are asked if you want to play the safari game. Fly to cinnibar island and go to the east(right) coast and surf until the PA says your game is over. You will be teloported to the safari zone and when you walk out of safari zone you will be in glitch city

Added 19 Jul 2011, ID #5352, by Guest


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Catch a Pokemon level 150 019626D1
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Catch Wild Lapras 0113d7cf
Catch Wild Ditto 014cd7cf
Catch Wild Eevee 0166d7cf
Catch Wild Vaporeon 0169d7cf
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Catch Wild Flareon 0167d7cf
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Catch Wild Omanyte 0162d7cf
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Catch Wild Majikarp 0185d7cf
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Catch Wild Kabutops 015bd7cf
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Catch WIld Koffing 0137d7cf
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This code requires GameShark v3.0. Note: Do not use Rare Candy with this code.
Garvice hattox
Unlimited money:
Buy anything from Pokemart:
First slot:
Second slot:
Third slot:
Fourth slot:
Use one of the following values.
01: Master Ball ($0)
02: Ultra Ball ($1200)
03: Great Ball ($200)
04: Pokéball ($200)
0A: Moon Stone ($0)
0B: Antidote ($100)
0C: Burn Heal ($250)
0D: Ice Heal ($250)
0E: Awakening ($200)
0F: Parlyze Heal ($200)
10 : Full Restore ($3000)
11: Max Potion ($2500)
12: Hyper Potion ($1500)
13: Super Potion ($700)
14: Potion ($300)
1D: Escape Rope ($550)
1E: Repel ($350)
20 : Fire Stone ($2100)
21: Thunderstone ($2100)
22: Waterstone ($2100)
23: HP up ($9800)
24: Protein ($9800)
25: Iron ($9800)
26: Carbos ($9800)
27: Calcium ($9800)
28: Rare Candy ($4800)
2E: X Accuracy ($950)
2F: Leaf Stone ($2100)
31: Nugget ($10000)
32: PP up ($9800)
33: PokéDoll ($1000)
34: Full Heal ($600)
35: Revive ($1500)
36: Max Revive ($4000)
37: Guard Spec ($700)
38: Super Repel ($500)
30: Max Repel ($700)
3A: Dire Hit ($650)
3B: Coin ($10)
3C: Fresh Water ($200)
3D: Soda Pop ($300)
3E: Lemonade ($350)
41: X Attack ($500)
42: X Defend ($550)
43: X Speed ($350)
44: X Special ($350)
4B: Exp. All ($0)
4F: PP Up ($0)
50: Ether ($0)
51: Max Ether ($0)
52: Elixer ($0)
53: Max Elixer ($0)
All codes above from Stuart Edmunds.
HM and TM:
Second slot:
Third slot:
Fourth slot:
Use one of the following values.
C4: HM01 Cut
C5: HM02 Fly
C6: HM03 Surf
C7: HM04 Strength
C8: HM05 Flash
C9: TM01 Mega Punch
CA: TM02 Razor Wind
CB: TM03 Swords Dance
CC: TM04 Whirlwind
CD: TM05 Mega Kick
CE: TM06 Toxic
CF: TM07 Horn Drill
D0: TM08 Body Slam
D1: TM09 Take Down
D2: TM10 Double Edge
D3: TM11 Double Beam
D4: TM12 Watergun
D5: TM13 Ice Beam
D6: TM14 Blizzard
D7: TM15 Hyperbeam
D8: TM16 PayDay
D9: TM17 Submission
The: TM18 Counter
DB: TM19 Seismic Toss
DC: TM20 Rage
DD: TM21 Mega Drain
DE: TM22 Solar Beam
DF: TM23 Dragon Rage
E0: TM24 Thunderbolt
E1: TM25 Thunder
E2: TM26 Earthquake
E3: TM27 Fissure
E4: TM28 Dig
E5: TM29 Psychic
E6: TM30 Teleport
E7: TM31 Mimic
E8: TM32 Double Team
E9: TM33 Reflect
EA: TM34 Bide
EB: TM35 Metronome
EC: TM36 Self-Destruct
ED: TM37 Egg Bomb
EE: TM38 Fire Blast
EF: TM39 Swift
F0: TM40 Skull Blast
F1: TM41 Soft Boiled
F2: TM42 Dream Eater
F3: TM43 Sky Attack
F4: TM44 Rest
F5: TM45 Thunder Wave
F6: TM46 Psywave
F7: TM47 Exposion
F8: TM48 Rock Slide
F9: TM49 Tri-Attack
FA: TM50 Substitute
Stuart Edmunds
First move:
Second move:
Third move:
Fourth move:
47: Absorb
33: Acid
97: Acid Armor
61: Agility
85: Amnesia
3E: Aurora Beam
8C: Barrage
70: Barrier
57: Bide
14: Bind
2C: Bite
3B: Blizzard
22: Body Slam
7D: Bone Club
9B: Bonemerang
91: Bubble
3D: Bubblebeam
80: Clamp
04: Comet Punch
6D: Confuse Ray
5D: Confusion
84: Constrict
A0: Conversion
44: Counter
98: Crabhammer
0F: Cut
6F: Defense Curl
5B: Dig
32: Disable
92: Dizzy Punch
18: Double Kick
68: Double Team
26: Double-Edge
03: Doubleslap
52: Dragon Rage
8A: Dream Eater
41: Drill Peck
59: Earthquake
79: Egg Bomb
34: Ember
99: Explosion
7E: Fire Blast
07: Fire Punch
53: Fire Spin
5A: Fissure
35: Flamethrower
94: Flash
13: Fly
74: Focus Energy
1F: Fury Attack
9A: Fury Swipes
89: Glare
2D: Growl
4A: Growth
0C: Guillotine
10: Gust
6A: Harden
72: Haze
1D: Head Butt
88: Hi Jump Kick
1E: Horn Attack
20: Horn Drill
38: Hydro Pump
3F: Hyper Beam
9E: Hyper Fang
5F: Hypnosis
3A: Ice Beam
08: Ice Punch
1A: Jump Kick
02: Karate Chop
86: Kinesis
8D: Leech Life
49: Leech Seed
2B: Leer
7A: Lick
71: Light Screen
8E: Lovely Kiss
43: Low Kick
60: Meditate
48: Mega Drain
19: Mega Kick
05: Mega Punch
76: Metronome
66: Mimic
7B: Minimize
77: Mirror Move
36: Mist
65: Night Shade
06: Pay Day
40: Peck
50: Petal Dance
2A: Pin Missile
8B: Poison Gas
28: Poison Sting
4D: Poison Powder
01: Pound
3C: Psybeam
5E: Psychic
95: Psywave
62: Quick Attack
63: Rage
4B: Razor Leaf
0D: Razor Wind
69: Recover
73: Reflect
9C: Rest
2E: Roar
9D: Rock Slide
58: Rock Throw
1B: Rolling Kick
1C: Sand-Attack
0A: Scratch
67: Screech
45: Seismic Toss
78: Self Destruct
9F: Sharpen
2F: Sing
82: Skull Bash
8F: Sky Attack
15: Slam
A3: Slash
4F: Sleep Powder
7C: Sludge
7B: Smog
6C: Smokescreen
87: Softboiled
4C: Solar Beam
31: Sonicboom
83: Spike Cannon
96: Splash
93: Spore
17: Stomp
46: Strength
51: String Shot
A5: Struggle
4E: Stun Spore
42: Submission
4A: Substitute
2A: Super Fang
30: Supersonic
39: Surf
81: Swift
0E: Swords Dance
21: Tackle
27: Tail Whip
24: Take Down
64: Teleport
25: Thrash
57: Thunder
56: Thunder Wave
55: Thunderbolt
09: Thunderpunch
54: Thundershock
5C: Toxic
90: Transform
A1: Tri Attack
29: Twineedle
0B: Vicegrip
16: Vine Whip
37: Water Gun
7F: Waterfall
12: Whirlwind
11: Wing Attack
6E: Withdraw
23: Wrap
Unlimited HP( in battle):
Unlimited item in 1st position:
Harry Norton
Unlimited PP (1st position):
Unlimited PP (2nd position):
Unlimited PP (3rd position):
Unlimited PP (4th position):
Enemy can not attack and burn at beginning of match:
All Badges:
Protect status:
Never miss and have more criticals:
No random battles:
Unlimited casino coins:
Unlimited time (Safari Zone):
Unlimited Safari Balls:
Float on air:
Always biking:

Added 8 Jul 2011, ID #5349, by Rise10

How To Get Raichu

You trade pikachu to Red/Blue/Gold/Silver/Crystal
Then Give him a thunder stone Because he wont take it from Orginal Trainer then train him back the you got a Raichu

Added 8 Jul 2011, ID #5348, by Rise10

How to get charmander

Go on route24 after you difeat misty adn after you walk down the path the firt guy you seego up to him press"A"he sould give you charmander if not then wait a while then try a gain

Added 21 Jun 2011, ID #5345, by Guest

Hms,tms,level ups,Pokemon codes

01FBA5CF All Pokemon have enough experience to level up to
Level 245-254. They just have to fight to level up.

You don't learn skills when you level up with the code, you just get
Tons of HP, Attack, Defense, Speed, and Special. Also some Pokemon
Might make the game freeze when they are about to level up with the
Code. If that happens, just change FB to F8, F9, or FA.

01??6BD1 HP Modifier (Larger)
01??6CD1 HP Modifier (Smaller)
01FF87D1 Infinite PP (1st Position)
01FF88D1 Infinite PP (2nd Position)
01FF89D1 Infinite PP (3rd Position)
01FF8AD1 Infinite PP (4th Position)
01??8BD1 Level Modifier
01??8CD1 Max HP Modifier (Larger)
01??8DD1 Max HP Modifier (Smaller)
01??8ED1 Max Attack Modifier (Larger)
01??8FD1 Max Attack Modifier (Smaller)
01??90D1 Max Defense Modifier (Larger)
01??91D1 Max Defense Modifier (Smaller)
01??92D1 Max Speed Modifier (Larger)
01??93D1 Max Speed Modifier (Smaller)
01??94D1 Max Special Modifier (Larger)
01??95D1 Max Special Modifier (Smaller)
01FF55D3 Have All Badges
010017D0 Protect

Added 24 Jan 2011, ID #5285, by mike509

Dance Pikachu dance!

Jump off a ledge. When the ledge is between you face pickachu. Keep pressing a then pickachu will start to dance!

Added 31 Jul 2010, ID #5207, by wallwall210

Dance Pikachu dance!

Jump over a ledge then keep pressing a on picachu. Then he starts to dance!

Added 31 Jul 2010, ID #5205, by wallwall210

How to get to Glitch City

SAVE WARNING - Once inside Glitch City, DO NOT save your game. If you save your game within Glitch City, the save file will become corrupted and you will not be able to load it properly, forcing you to abandon your playthrough and start a new game. As utilizing this glitch involves Flying to Cinnibar Island, an area only explored during the latter half of the game, it means you'll probably have played for numerous hours that you don't want to lose, so use caution with this glitch.


Follow these steps for the only known way to access Glitch City, a 'city' comprised entirely of 'glitched' pixels:

1. Enter the Safari Zone in Fuschia City. Pay $500 to play the Safari Game. Once inside, exit. The clerk will ask if you're "Leaving alreadY?". Answer "No". You'll automatically re-enter. Once inside, save your game and turn off your system.

2. Turn your system back on and load up your save. Exit the Safari Zone. The clerk won't say anything. Walk to exit. The clerk won't say anything. As you pass the clerk, he will start with the "Welcome to the Safari Zone" speech, despite the fact that you have already paid and entered. When asked if you will be participating, select "No", and exit the building.

3. Once outside, Fly to Cinnibar Island. Head east and Surf. Keep Surfing along the Sea Route until the PA message "Your Safari Game is over!" strangely pops up. You'll suddenly exit into the Safari Game building again. Take the exit that leads into Fuschia City. However, instead of exiting into Fuschia, you'll exit into Glitch City. Enjoy!

NOTE - The Safari Game glitch can be performed virtually anywhere. However, if you're anywhere other than the Sea Route east of Cinnibar when the PA message pops up, you'll just exit out of the nearest building afterwards.

Added 1 Jun 2010, ID #5187, by Volke

Revisit the S. S. Anne!

There's a glitch which you can use that enables you to revisit the S. S. Anne. In order for you to actually be able to get to the S. S. Anne, however, you'll need Surf and the Soul Badge, so that you can use it outside of battle.

Okay, head down to Vermillion Harbour. The Sailer hanging around at the bottom will do what he usually does and stop you from going down into the harbour because there's no ship there. Walk up so you're directly in from of (or, technically, above) him, and face right. Save your game and turn the power off, and then start it up and select 'Continue'. Because the game is programmed so that you's automatically facing downwards when you select 'Continue', you'll end up facing down, but ON TOP of the sailor, rather than facing him. Face to the right towards the water, press A and choose to Surf on it. You can just Surf downwards and get off below the sailor. You can now enter Vermillion Harbour. Because the game is programmed so that when you have manual control over your character, the S. S. Anne is supposed to be there, it will still actually be there even though it shouldn't.

For something even weirder, when you're in Vermillion Harbour, Surf over to the right (I think, if not, just try the left) and keep going. You'll eventually reach a small area of land where a mysterious red truck is parked. There's absolutely nothing to do here and it has no impact on the game whatsoever. It's just a remnant something that was part of the original plot but removed from the final version of the game. Strange, huh?

Added 25 May 2010, ID #5181, by Volke

Get onto Cycling Road without a Bicycle!

Okay, so you may have deposited your Bike in your PC or never even bothered to get one, and you really can't be bothered to pick it up so you can get on Cycling Road.

There's a simple solution. When you enter either of the guardhouses that separate Cycling Road from Celadon/Fuschia City, walk so that you that the counter is right next to you. When the guard stops you and says that you need a Bicycle, keep on pressing Left on the D-Pad and after he's finished speaking you will walk past him anyway.

A very convenient and useful glitch!

Added 25 May 2010, ID #5175, by Volke

230 free Game Coins

In the Game Corner in Celadon City, you can obtain 230 free Game Coins without even playing the slot machines. If you walk around inside the Game Corner pressing A, you will occasionally find some Coins on the floor. In total, you can find 180 Coins. In addition, you can gain an extra 50 free Coins from people around the Game Corner playing the slots machines. One of the guys to the far left will give you 10 Coings, and the two guys to the far right will give you 20 Coins each. You now have more than enough Coins to purchase an Abra without even having to play the slots machines or buy the Coins beforehand from the guy behind the counter.

You'll need the Coin Case to even be able to pick up the Coins. It can be obtained by the guy at the back of the diner.

Added 25 May 2010, ID #5169, by Volke

Gambler Glitch

When you come out of the underground tunnel to lavender town an old gambler will challenge you as soon as you come in sight. If you can press start fast enough you can fly before he battles you. Fly to Lavender, and you will find your start button does not work, nor will you be able to talk to people. There are more than one of these 'long-ranged trainers' and are used in some glitches, like the Mew glitch.

Added 7 Apr 2010, ID #5155, by dude50077

Pokemon Type Match-ups

Okay, this chart will display what type of Pokemon moves are super effective and not very effective on Pokemon types.

Bug - Super Effective against: Grass, Poison, Psychic. Not Very Effective against: Fighting, Fire, Flying.

Dragon - Super Effective against: Dragon. Not Very Effective against: (nothing).

Electric - Super Effective against: Flying, Water. Not Very Effective against: Dragon, Electric, Grass. No Effect against: Ground.

Fighting - Super Effective against: Ice, Normal, Rock. Not Very Effective against: Bug, Flying, Poison, Psychic. No Effect against: Ghost.

Fire - Super Effective against: Bug, Grass, Ice. Not Very Effective against: Dragon, Fire, Rock, Water.

Flying - Super Effective against: Bug, Fighting, Grass. Not Very Effective against: Electric, Rock.

Ghost - Super Effective against: Ghost. No Effect against: Normal, Psychic.

Grass - Super Effective against: Ground, Rock, Water. Not Very Effective against: Bug, Dragon, Fire, Flying, Grass, Poison.

Ground - Super Effective against: Electric, Fire, Poison, Rock. Not Very Effective against: Bug, Grass. No Effect against: Flying.

Ice - Super Effective against: Dragon, Flying, Grass, Ground. Not Very Effective against: Ice, Water.

Normal - Super Effective against: (nothing). Not Very Effective against: Rock. No Effect against: Ghost.

Poison - Super Effective against: Bug, Grass. Not Very Effective against: Ghost, Ground, Poison, Rock.

Psychic - Super Effective against: Fighting, Poison. Not Very Effective against: Psychic.

Rock - Super Effective against: Bug, Fire, Flying, Ice. Not Very Effective against: Figthing, Ground.

Water - Super Effective against: Fire, Ground, Rock. Not Very Effective against: Dragon, Grass, Water.

Added 19 Dec 2009, ID #5117, by Volke

Fushia Gym Secret

In the Fushia gym, there are invisible walls. If you look closely, there will be little white lines. The white lines indicate the location of the invisible walls, which means there is no wall in the way if there is no white line.

Added 2 Jun 2009, ID #5056, by 1122andyozz33

Get Hit By Confusion Less

When the game says you are confused, press A. Before the question marks pop up, hold A until it says your Pokemon hsa attacked. There you have it.

Added 31 May 2009, ID #5046, by 1122andyozz33

Awesome Cheats

The following cheats are rated 100+ by my friends, so please rate.


Beat Elite Four and Gary.
Go to Cerlean City.
Cross Nugget Bridge.
Go to the left all the way.
Go down until you see water.
Surf on it.
Go down until you see a cave.
Go in.
Go to the end and battle Mewtwo.
Do not use a Master Ball.
Get it's HP to RED then use PokBalls or Ultra Balls.


After the Mewtwo crap, get a National Dex(ALL Pokmemon from Pokemon YELLOW/BLUE/RED and CRYSTAL/GOLD/SILVER)

Go to the Mewtwo Cave.
There is a hidden ladder that is hard to find. You find it bye using Rock Smash on Brownish-Black rocks or walk through the certain ones.(NO GameShark!!!)
You'll see four(4) ladders. Go through the bottom 1st, left 2nd, top 3rd, and right 4th.
You'll see two ladders. Go through the one surrounded by three(3) rocks. You'll see Mew.



My little brother figured out the Mew cheat, so it is his credit.

Added 14 Mar 2008, ID #4820, by DarkraiSafari

Mew Glitch Only Problem

If you have figured out how to get Mew here is something you need to know:
Do not let him go to your pc. Your game will freeze and you won't be able to get him out. I have done this about 10 times and everytime I let him go to the pc, my game froze.

Hope this helps you!! Hokie_360

Added 28 Nov 2007, ID #4773, by hokie_360
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