Search the Community
Showing results for tags 'desmume'.
I've played a few Soul Link's so far and every time I start my play session for the day it's always kind of an annoying process. Loading up 2 separate emulators, 2 roms, having to rekeybind the controllers every time. I was wondering if someone would be able to make a program that could make it easier. If your unfimiliar with a Soul Link Nuzlocke, heres the rules. 1- Any Pokémon that faints is considered "dead," and must be released or stored in a specified PC box for "dead" Pokémon. 2- You can only catch the first Pokémon encountered in each area, and none else. If the first Pokémon encountered faints or flees, there are no second chances. 3- You must also nickname all of your Pokémon, for the sake of forming "stronger emotional bonds." 4- In a new area, the first encounters for both players will be, "linked," together until death. 5- If one Pokémon in a linked pair is placed in the PC, it's Soul Link partner must be placed in the PC as well. 6- If one Pokémon in a linked pair dies, it's Soul Link partner is considered dead as well. 7- If one player fails to capture their first encounter in an area, the second player must forfeit their encounter in their corresponding area. 8- Across both players parties, primary typings may not be repeated. Basically what I'm looking for is a program that emulates 2 roms side by side and be able to control them individually. I've thought of a few features to make it better. Features -Emulators from all consoles built in - Ex. VBA, Desmume, and Citra -Saves both roms under 1 "project" and loads them on the same side every time -Type Chart ready -Online Remote Play - Be able to join your friends session online to see and control one of the games. -Games connected locally so you can trade and battle -Database where you can input your linked pokemon pairs and where you caught them -Built in Pokedex Database (Not necessary but would be helpful) -Program reads both your teams and displays them between the game (I'm aware that's not an easy ask but if it's possible, why not) I feel like except for a couple of them this is a completely possible thing to create. I know it probably wont happen but I just thought I'd get the idea out there. I love doing Soul Links and I'm so happy people found a way to make Pokemon Co-op. Thanks for your time.
I've been looking into writing a script to run on Desmume. I'm thinking of running it on either Platinum or one of the Gen V games. I haven't been able to find any detailed instructions for setting things up, can anyone help me out? It doesn't have to be Lua, really it should be something that "plugs in" to the emulator (fires button inputs straight into the emulator rather than using something like the Robot in Java to send keyboard and mouse events over the desktop). Also, if I wanted to look into reading the memory from the frame, how would I figure out what address and value correspond to what (ie. tiles, items, Pokemon health, player position, etc.)?
Hey all, I'm trying to pull the memory addresses for the flags that determine if a badge has been earned in all of the Pokémon games. I've managed to get out the pokemon party, etc, but can't find badges. I've done some research and I've gathered links that detail some things about badge memory addresses in RAM (I'm not aware of rules about external linking, but I can post the stuff I've found thus far if I'm allowed). Is there anybody out there that's done this or knows about the badges? I thought I'd start with Gen3 and work my way up. I'm using Lua to pull these out of emulators at the moment. But to no avail. Thanks in advance!
I have the worst luck ever with this emulator. Nothing I do seems to work. It runs slow, it doesn't save, it crashes, the speed up button, etc, doesn't work. I'm trying to make ribbon master Pokemon and I don't want to have to constantly rely on other people to help me get the wifi ribbon. Using a save editor, even as a last resort feels dirty. I wanna do this legit. Would anybody be able to set up the emulator and settings and send it to me in a zipped file. That I'd be able to un-pack and set up with minimal effort? I found a complete Platinum save online. As soon as I've bred/caught my Pokemon, I can easily use a save editor to inject them into the save and then use them as needed. I have little to no patience for BS as it is and all this program has done is waste hours of my time. If anybody would be willing to help, I'd be very grateful. I could try to help you out on your ribbon quest as well. I have a lot of gen 3 stuff that will make it a breeze and I could send you my gen 4 competitive Pokemon once I've bred/caught them.