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Breaking pokemon yellow



as some of you may be aware, in pokemon it is possible to reset the gameboy during a save to "corrupt" it allowing you to access the game code and reprogram the game (such are the methods used in tasvideos.org/2913S.html) by Felipe Lopes de Freitas (p4wn3r))

what this run aims to complete is to show you just how far this corruption can be taken

want to know why it's posted in ponytime? watch to the end! you'll be amused.

for even more info you can read the submission at tasvideos.org/forum/viewtopic.php?t=13489

this is not my video, I claim no rights to the making of or production of this video, etc etc etc.

Views: 3948 Submitted: 12/05/2012
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User avatar #1 - KillinTime [OP]
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(12/05/2012) [-]
for those of you who are impatient to see the end result, skip to 12:23
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User avatar #3 - Eralfnoez
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nothing more fun than watching someone navigate menus for 10 min
User avatar #4 to #3 - KillinTime [OP]
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then just skip to 12:23, nobody was forcing you to watch all 10 minutes of programming.
User avatar #5 to #4 - Eralfnoez
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(12/05/2012) [-]
...i did. kinda was just making a joke. apparently humor is actually dead on this site
User avatar #6 to #5 - KillinTime [OP]
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kindof hard to tell with some of the people on this site.
User avatar #8 to #6 - Eralfnoez
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true say
#2 - lukalaka
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so... wait... everything that happened in the game was programming the song at the end??? neato!
User avatar #9 to #2 - KillinTime [OP]
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the author gets the game to execute a program that reads the eight buttons (down, up, left, right, A, B , start, select) as a single byte of input and write that byte to memory. It also displays that byte to the screen. So, the numbers that appear on the screen are the programming code for the music and picture at the end, and each number is entered by pressing a certain combination of the eight keys.
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