Project Pokémon has recently received some new additions.
First, we have the new Guides section. This is where you can find or post guides on how to do various Pokémon hacking things, such as getting access to your save file for use with PKHeX.
Next, we have the new Pokédex section. @Project Pokémon Bot has been working tirelessly to bring you Pokémon reference data for your enjoyment, spending more than 30 hours over the course of 2 weeks doing nothing but posting thousands of entries to this section, and at the moment, it shows data for Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Explorers of Sky and Pokémon Super Mystery Dungeon. Work is already under way to bring data from more games to it, such as Pokémon Sun and Moon. We cannot commit to any particular release date at this time, but rest assured that we are working to ensure it's good and ready.
Finally, @jasenyoface, member of our news team, has been promoted to moderator of all the Pokémon Discussion forums.
There are more surprise additions planned for the near to mid future, but in the mean time, if anyone has any suggestions or is willing to help write articles for our website, please send me a PM or reply to this thread.
On June 4th, developers AuroraWright and TuxSH, pushed Luma3DS v8.0 to AuroraWright’s GitHub page. This version debuts Rosalina, a “custom system module” for Luma3DS.
There are many new features injected in to the CFW this time. For example, The Rosalina menu. At first glance, you see: Process list, Process patches menu, Take a screenshot, New 3DS menu, Debugger options, Miscellaneous options and Credits. Going into each category, you’ll find specific tasks and features, all of which are described on the project’s official GitHub page, as well as the complete change log for version 8.0.
Since the release of Luma3DS v7.1, users were required to move away from A9LH to Boot9Strap in order to continue receiving updates from the developers. Luma3DS v8.0 requires further upgrading to at least B9S v1.2 for continued support.
Luma3DS Wiki: https://github.com/AuroraWright/Luma3DS/wiki
TuxSH's GitHub: https://github.com/TuxSH
SciresM's GitHub: https://github.com/SciresM
Plailect's Guide: https://3ds.guide
The Pokémon Company recently recruited 10,000 individuals in order to alpha test their newest mobile game, PokéLand. According to pokeland.jp, participants are required to use a device running Android version 4.4 KitKat or higher to play. However, it is known that the game will function on slightly younger versions of the operating system. The duration of the alpha testing is from May 31st to June 9th. PokéLand’s official Twitter account suggests the possibility of adding even more testers within the next few days.
In PokéLand, you start your journey on an island with your first partner, Rattata. While it walks up a one-way path, multiple wild Pokémon appear. The goal of each level is to defeat all of the wild Pokémon while making your way to the end of the path. Enemies drop currency and sometimes become captured in Pokéballs, which you can then use as your new partner in subsequent levels. When you do reach the end, you’ll have to defeat a Totem-like Pokémon. In return, you’ll get rewarded with a treasure chest that may contain currency, diamonds, gears or even a Pokémon.
Besides the redundant island tasks, you can: participate in battles at the Champion Tower to earn diamonds that can then be spent in the Shop to buy more island maps, upgrade your Pokémon with the gears that you find throughout the game, and trade Pokémon to the professor for even more currency.
For a peek at the layout of this game, check out the pictures below.