This mod is simply from Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Explorers of Sky, which I would call Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Legendary Edition, which is a simple change from starter Pokémon, in that case the cover shows Mew, Celebi and Jirachi as the three notable Pokémon ...
That's why that means when you do the Pokémon Test you want to be:
You have 40% of it being Mew.
30% of you being Jirachi.
15% of you being Celebi.
5% of you being Pikachu, Jigglypuff, and Charmander.
You have 75% of you being Celebi:
35% pink (shiny).
20% for you to be Mew or Jirachi.
5% for you to be Jigglypuff, Eevee, and Pikachu.
Once you have selected your hero Pokémon, now it is your turn to select your partner, in that case most of them are legendary such as:
Mew (repeated), Mewtwo, Jirachi (repeated), Zapdos, Rayquaza, Manaphy, Celebi (Both repeated), Pikachu (repeated), Jigglypuff (repeated), Moltres, Articuno, Lugia, Suicune, Ho-Oh, Entei, Raikou, etc (that I don't remember anymore ...) those Pokémon are the ones you will choose to be your companion throughout your adventure.
This game was modified thanks to a user called Evandixon whose program is: Sky Editor: Rom Editor.
By WindyPrairieThis is a mod of Pokemon Rumble (Wii) that was made for the shiny hunting community event Rumble Weekend! The original Pokemon Rumble contains only the 1st and 4th gen Pokemon, but this mod reintroduces the 2nd & 3rd gen Pokemon (and their shinies) to the game in a new terminal known as "GX"! The layer of fog on all stages has also been removed, and the collection screen has been updated to support all 493 available Pokemon!
The original base game also remains fully intact in order to preserve the rarity of certain Pokemon.
Included are 3 bps patches to be applied to a USA version of Pokemon Rumble to get you into GX! Due to slight differences in dumps of the games out there, there were 3 patches made to ensure it works. (details on how to obtain the original game obviously not provided)
This is fully cross-compatible with save files from the original Pokemon Rumble (USA version), and it can be installed on actual hardware via homebrew. This patch currently ONLY works with the USA version of the game due to slight scripting/file structure differences that exist in the JP/PAL versions of the game, so if you want to play it on a Japanese or PAL Wii, make the resultant .wad region free after patching with a tool such as ShowMiiWads. (https://wiibrew.org/wiki/ShowMiiWads)
This mod is still very much a work-in-progress, and for full details on what's available/what is planned for the future, read the readme file inside the zip folder!
NOTE: FOR THOSE HAVING SCREEN STRETCHING ISSUES IN DOLPHIN, use ShowMiiWads to match your system. Dolphin gets weird about Region-Free patching. https://www.wiibrew.org/wiki/ShowMiiWads
Finally the Japan-exclusive WiiWare Pokémon Mystery Dungeon titles, the Adventure Squad series, have been translated! Patches for each game have been released after months and months of hard work from fans of the series. The team has also worked with the Wiimmfi and RiiConnect24 teams in order to restore the event Pokémon that were distributed for this game. Other features of the translation include:
-Pokémon nickname limit expanded to 10 characters (Japanese 5)
-Buddy Passwords fully functional. These can now be found by hitting the Wii Home button, then pressing the "Operations Guide" button.
-Pre-patched with Wiimmfi and RiiConnect24 for ease of event access. Friend Rescues do not work currently, but are being looked into.
-Item icons and many descriptions ported from Super Mystery Dungeon
-Dummied/beta items ported from Explorers of Sky have been restored. Inaccessible in-game, can be accessed with cheats.
-It's in English now, which is cool.
By theSLAYERThis project was originally W2 only. And apparently the musician NPC in Opelucid was also bugged (but I didn't notice)
So I figured out how I did it previously, and made a B2 patch too (as well as fixed the NPC in Opelucid).
Things to note:
- No idea why the B2 patch is smaller (perhaps it is because I didn't import maps used by W2 into B2, while W2 did import maps for B2?)
[in case the previous point leaves anyone unclear, any game has both B2 and W2 maps in them.]
- BW Victory Road cannot be directly restored, cause the map sizes are different. That's beyond my expertise.
- If I'm not mistaken, you'll need the USA version of the game to use the patch. Below checksums are for clean games:
B2 MD-5: 1C5CE747E7ED4431E2044F123EC7C951
W2 MD-5: 32485892A6F36D80F7D9B54FB398EB12
- Utilizing the patches will probably shrink the game. (SDSME seems to do that?)
- I probably will not work on this further, so don't bother leaving suggestions or request.
The files here are from @DeadSkullzJr's archiving efforts. @TriggerHappy *should* have control over this page, so more files can be uploaded at user's discretion.
By OxniteThis is the version 1.0 release of Pokémon White Deluxe.
The game can be fully played until the Elite Four and shortly after. However, not every after-E4 event has been fully updated.
Many more changes were planned, but may only be delivered later due to time constraints - or never at all.
By StarsMmdThe world's first ever Pokemon XD:GoD hack!
By evandixonPokémon Blaze Black and Pokémon Volt White are edits of the regular Pokémon Black and White versions which self-contain all 649 Pokémon, allowing a player a large amount of variety. In addition, BB/VW also have edited trainers, an increased difficulty level, improvements to many Pokémon and more. They are the spiritual successor of my two other hacks, Pokémon Fire Red Omega and Pokémon Spirit Gold. Blaze Black and Volt White were also - with one minor exception - the first of their kind to be made.
I should mention that with the exception of things normally different between Black and White such as Black City, White Forest, the legendary focus and the appearance of Opelucid City, the two games are identical.
Pokémon Blaze Black 2 & Pokémon Volt White 2 are essentially the sequels to my Black & White hacks known as Blaze Black and Volt White. The usual rules with my hacks apply; the main feature is that all 649 Pokémon are available for capture somewhere in the game, and the trainers have all had their rosters changed in order to maintain a much harder challenge than the original game, as well as having an increased variety of opponents to fight. There's also a large amount of alternative features these hacks offer, which range from differences to the Pokémon themselves to the presence of a couple new TMs. If I'm not mistaken, these are also the first Black 2 and White 2 hacks on offer.
Additionally, the two versions only differ in terms of their aesthetic differences, such as the appearance of Opelucid City, the title screen, etcetera. So basically, just pick whichever colour takes your fancy!