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  1. @Afepoke shared the Mews in this thread last year: Japanese Generation I Pokemon PKM Files
  2. Project Pokemon has a pretty comprehensive event gallery with downloads of event Pokemon going as far back as the original Gen 1 games. You can download the Pokeball Plus Mew here, the Birthday 2018 Chansey event has also been added.
  3. Wow great work @Gridelin and thank you Th4tGuyUKn0 for allowing this event to be preserved. It's certainly appreciated by many now and will be by even more in years to come Strange to think i'd never even heard of Pokemon when that Mew was distributed, the games and anime had yet to make it to the UK then. Internet access was pretty limited then too and not something most people had at home to find out about it online. Certainly a great piece of Pokemon history you've preserved there, it's really impressive the batteries in some of these carts are lasting 20+ years.
  4. It appears it is one Mew per Pokeball Plus, I received the Mew on Lets Go Pikachu, then started a game on Lets Go Eevee, delivered Oak's parcel to unlock the functionality to communicate with the Pokeball Plus, however was told "This Pokeball Plus doesn't contain any Pokemon presents." I then went back to Lets Go Pikachu on and put Mew on the Pokeball Plus to go for a walk, then tried again to receive him on Lets Go Eevee, however was told the Pokeball Plus doesn't contain any presents. You also can't return a Pokemon from a walk on a different game, otherwise you get told someone else Pokemon is on the ball and the results from the walk will be deleted. Screenshots below of when i received my Mew: This appears when the Pokeball Plus is connected for the first time: The receiving Mew process: Message that is displayed when trying to obtain a Mew on a different game, after already receiving a Mew: Message displayed when trying to take a Pokemon from a different game for a stroll with a Pokemon already on the Pokeball Plus from a different game: If nothing else screenshots to preserve as much as this unique event as possible. It's going to be a rare thing getting an event Pokemon on a unique piece of hardware like this.
  5. With the price of that Pokeball I hope its per-per profile or per game. Hopefully my pre-orders should be waiting for me when i'm home tomorrow so I can do some testing this weekend. I'd imagine someone on the internet will probably have confirmed by then though.
  6. Congrats on the server move, i'm glad everything went smoothly. To give you some constructive feedback on the new theme, I like the header / navigation menu and general design of the theme. I know i'm in the minority here, however for me personally I do find light coloured text on a dark background incredibly hard to read. For whatever reason I struggle to focus on the text to read it, making it pretty unusable unfortunately. With that in mind I am grateful the older theme is still available as a choice, I always felt the light blue on that was a good neutral choice, not too dark, however not too light either. Don't take that personally against the new theme though
  7. I agree its all about balance, if playing any sort of multiplayer games today i'd sooner be in the same room as the people i'm playing with. What we used to do in Uni was have a gaming night once a week where we'd meet at someones place with our laptops, order a Pizza and play some random older multiplayer games which would run on everyone's laptop, or we'd bring or Xbox controllers / games around and system link a couple of consoles to play 4 player co-op on Halo or something like that. Sometimes we'd all just sit there on our DS's playing Pokemon chatting / trading / breeding Pokemon. That's why i still really like the Wii U today, that has loads of 4 player games you can split screen, so its easy to play together with others with little effort required. Better than needing 4x Xbox One's, 4x TV's and 4x Xbox Live subscriptions just to all play in the same Halo 5 game. If you like Pokemon and want to be more social get out and play Pokemon Go, turn up to one of the monthly community days and you will meet like minded people in your local area. Your local group might be featured on the Sliph Road map here: https://thesilphroad.com/map or search on Facebook for "Pokemon Go <area name>" i don't live in a big city or anything, however theirs quite a lot of active local Pokemon players which I never expected.
  8. The first Pokemon fan site I remember browsing was Pokemon GameBoy Zone in the summer of 2000. I signed up on the forum which is what kept me going back, when you got to certain post count milestones you'd get a gym badge which appeared under your username on the forum. You would get the Boulder Badge after something like 10 posts, then end up with the Earth Badge if you got to something like 1000 posts. I loved that idea of that back then and used to post loads trying to work my way up the ranks and collect all the badges. Web Archive has preserved the site quite well: pgz.pgamers.com (December 2000) and the PGZ Forum (January 2001). Someone on that forum called MewGod had his own site which hosted roms / gameshark codes, I believe that's where I got a very rough translation of Pokemon Gold from a long time before it was released in English. This site is also somewhat preserved: https://web.archive.org/web/20010424065417/geocities.com/mew_king (no roms dont worry!)
  9. It's possible, I have my 17 year old Pokemon Gold save from my original cartridge on the 3DS. However you will need to hack your 3DS to restore a save to it.
  10. I've checked all the Pokemon listed, the only one I have is the Community Day Pikachu with Surf. I suspect that will be the most common one people have.
  11. I don't personally see any downside in doing so at this point. Anyone who owns a Switch today has a Switch which is hackable indefinitely. I suspect I will update sooner or later, i'm just keeping my options open for now as the games I own don't really have any online functionality.
  12. I suspect you will have to update sooner or later to use any online functionality or game updates which come at a later date. However if you don't want to update your Lets Go Pokemon game or go online i don't see why you would need to update. The Switch and the Switch Homebrew scene is in its infancy compared to the 3DS. The 3DS has only the other day got it's first firmware update since last September, where as the Switch is getting firmware updates frequently.
  13. @phact Your Switch will always be exploitable regardless of firmware version. The only advantage of staying on a lower firmware (4.1.0 or lower) is it *might* become easier to exploit the Switch in the future, for example not requiring a PC, Phone or USB dongle to enter RCM mode. However if you update you could keep your Switch's sysnand clean for online play, then have an emunand which is kept totally offline for hacks and homebrew at a later date. Emunands are not possible yet, however will be when the Atmosphere CFW is released. At the moment i'm on firmware 4.1.0 and staying there to keep my options open, all currently released games work on 4.1.0 too.
  14. True, if your spoofing then I guess you don't really need to trade to catch out of region Pokemon anyway. I've nothing against spoofing, however i've played legit since the game launched. If I start spoofing now it will ruin my enjoyment and any sense of achievement when out playing in the future. I've seen a couple of people in the Facebook group for my town are planning to go the Safari Zone event in Dortmund, Germany at the end of this month. I believe out of region Pokemon are supposed to spawn there, so might end up been traded around locally in due course. I suspect the more rare regional Pokemon might slowly spread locally from that.
  15. If I had to guess i'd say it was based on GPS location, everyone already has to be using GPS and have a data connection to be on the game, so it would be pointless to complicate things with Bluetooth if you ask me, especially as it's not always the most reliable type of connection ever. In my experience of owning a device with Bluetooth 4 you can link to a device in the same room as yours, as soon as you go in to a different room the signal is lost. Bluetooth 5 can in theory do 400m, however I suspect in real world usage you'd have to be in the middle of a field with a clear line of sight to get anywhere near that sort of distance.
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