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    PKHeX 23.01.26

    By ReignOfComputer, in News,

    PKHeX is a save editor for core-series Pokémon games. With it, users can manipulate various save files including: .sav, .dsv, .dat, .gci, .raw, and .bin types. PKHeX can also read and write: .pk files, which are individual Pokémon files, and .pgt, .pcd, .pgf, .wc, which are Mystery Gift files.
    Version 23.01.26 of PKHeX has been released. This version is a major update, with a bump from .NET 4.6 to .NET 7. You WILL need .NET 7 to run this and future versions of PKHeX. Non-Windows devices will need to wait for Wine or Mono to update to support this version of .NET. This update also brings various UI changes.
    Take note that other related applications will still need time to update to .NET 7 alongside PKHeX, and updated versions of PKHeX Plugins (LiveHeX) and SysBot may not be immediately available.
     
    Change log:
     
    Download      |     FAQ     |     Support Forum

    theSLAYER
    On January 14th, 2014, the dreams of Pokémon Trainers all over the world were lost.
    This was the day that Generation V's 'Dream World' was shut down for good.
    For those unfamiliar, the Dream World was a section of the Pokémon Global Link website players could connect to using their copies of Pokémon Black & White and Pokémon Black 2 & White 2.
    Players could tuck their Pokémon into bed via the C-Gear, and then have them partipate in flash minigames to earn 'Dream Points'.
    Dream Points could also be obtained by participating in berry growing, or making friends by visiting another players customizable house.
    However, the Dream World was most notable for the distribution of several exclusive hidden abilities, as well as Legendary and Mythical Pokemon, such as Arceus - all of which were housed in a special 'Dream Ball'.
    It was, in essence - an extension of the Generation V games.

    And this is where the history lesson would normally end...
    However, a developer by the name of shutterbug2000 is taking it upon himself to restore the Dream World back to its former glory.
    shutterbug is no stranger to these kind of projects, having played an important role in the creation of Kaeru WFC - a 'hackless' solution to playing DS and DSi games online again via Wiimmfi; an alternative service to Nintendo Wi-Fi Connection (WFC) post-shutdown.
    As well as some important contributions to the 'Pretendo Network', a recreation of several game servers for the 3DS and Wii U.
    But there's a slight snag -- He needs your help!
    The Dream World was made up of several Adobe flash files that it used primarily for graphical assets; while many of these have been recovered, there are still several missing!
    If you have an old PC or laptop you've ever played the Dream World on, or maybe even an old Hard Drive, please use the following guide to lend a hand:
    https://bluemaxima.org/flashpoint/datahub/Recovering_Files_from_Browser_Cache#Flashpoint_Cache_Exporter
     
    Simply run the Flashpoint Cache Exporter on the computer you played on and upload your cache to help find missing files!
    If you're unsure whether the program has found any missing files, the Dream World files, check to see if you have any files from cdn.pokemon-gl.com (not a direct link).


    You can send the cache files to shutterbug (shutterbug2000#8835)’s DMs on Discord, or Flashpoint’s Discord server.
    Together, we can visit the Island of Dreams again.

     

    SkyLink98
    Switch Gift Data Manager aims to make past Mystery Gift events back again in all the Pokémon games for Nintendo Switch. Since those games won't allow wondercards injection in the SAV file, this tool allow users to create a forged BCAT package, injectable with homebrews like JKSV. This allows wondercards to be redeemed through the In-Game Mystery Gift Menu.
    What's New:
     
    Download | FAQ | Guide and Support Thread

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