Normal Codes Game Shark Codes Game Genie Codes Normal Codes The following do not need any game enhancer like a Game Shark. Get Over 99 of Any Item (Without a Game Shark!) Submitted by BowlerMan5@aol.com & Josh Nickerson This code is actually comprised of several different codes sent in by readers. Alone, they're not as exciting, but put them together and you have the code you've been waiting for! And here's how you do it! First, return back to Viridian City and talk to the man who taught you how to catch a Weedle (he is near the Gym where you face Giovanni). Reply "No" to his question, then watch him catch a Weedle. Then, place the item you want 99 of as number six from the top (we recommend Rare Candy or the Master Ball if you still have it). To switch items, press Select while pointing to an item, then move the arrow where you want the item to go and push Select again. Both items will switch places. Now, FLY back to Cinnabar Island and start SURFING along the east coast of Cinnabar like in the Missingno. code below. This time, however, you will face a different messed up Pokémon, with a name comprised of symbols and the letter M (players refer to him as M). Defeat him or run away but do NOT capture it. When it is defeated, you will have over 100 of the sixth item on your list! The number will actually be a symbol followed by a number If you want to repeat this trick, you'll need to talk to the man again. Keep in mind that you may be surfing for a while before you face M. This trick also works when you capture Missingno. However, since this uses parts of the Missingno code, there will be some side effects (look at the Missingno code below). You can also duplicate expensive items and sell them back to earn lots of money! Thanks to all the players who sent in codes! Missingno. Pokémon #000 Submitted by Phillip Braham & Michael Ochs First have a Pokémon with surf. Go in the first door inside the Pokémon lab on Cinnabar Island and trade with one of the trainers in there. Then surf along the east coast of Cinnabar Island, half on water, half on land. Eventually you will fight a bird called Missingno. (the fourth legendary bird?). It does lots of damage but is easy to defeat. It looks like a mass of dots flying around. just throw balls at it to catch it. Be warned, having this Pokémon can crash your Hall of Fame and mess up the graphics (all your Pokémon and the enemy Pokémon can get all warped in battle). It is number 000 in the Pokédex and doesn't have an entry. it has a high attack but all its other stats are really low. If you have an older model Gameboy (not Color or Pocket versions) you may risk your game by catching it. Daycare Secret submitted by Big Drew The trick is: For Each Step You Take, Your Pokemon gets 1 Exp Point. Tree Top Cover Up submitted by BigRedDog 007 Cut down a bush using the Cut HM. Then walk to were the bush you just cut down used to be. Pause and then save. Turn of the Game Boy and turn it back on again. When you start your saved game, Ash climbed a tree! Fight Safari Pokémon Elsewhere Submitted by NovaAngelX & AtomicG64@aol.com & email@example.com To fight and capture Safari Zone Pokémon outside of the park, first go into the Safari Zone. Let the time run out when you're standing in a patch of grass which holds the Pokémon you want to catch. Step back outside and use FLY to Fly back to Cinnabar Island. Using SURF, surf up and down the right side of the shoreline, where you are half on shore and half in the water. You should then enter some battles with Safari Zone Pokémon! No more bait or rocks! It's sleep and Psybeam time! This also works with other areas of the game where you find wild Pokémon. Experiment and see what happens! Clone Pokémon (US) Submitted by Kingmog55 You need a friend for this. Trade the Pokémon to be cloned and have you friend get a Pokémon they don't care about. Trade them, and make sure the person getting the weak and common Pokémon can see the other's screen. When the receiver of the good Pokemon's screen says "waiting", turn off the Game Boy that's getting the bad Pokémon. When the other one says trade completed, turn that one off too. When you turn the games back on, you should both have the powerful Pokémon, but the weak Pokémon will be lost. Warning! This could delete a saved game or your Pokémon! Fight 100+ Level Pokemon Submitted by a ton of readers I was reluctant to post this code because of the effect it would have on two player battles, that is it was almost like cheating. If you do decided to use these in battle, the other player should know about it. Okay, here goes. Perform the 99 Items code above, then after encountering 'M, keep surfing around for a while and you will run into Pokemon that are Lv 135 and above! It is possible to capture them. What's so valuable about this trick is that you might just run into Bulbasaurs, Charmaders and Squirtles! However, some copies of the game can do this better than others, and if you use the Pokemon in a battle other than a 2 player battle, it will revert back to a Lv. 100 Pokemon. Still, defeating these high level Pokemon is a quick way to earn up to 3000 Exp. Points! Go to sleep!.....OK wake up now! submitted by Charlie Michaud If you have a Pokémon who has Rest or if you can get TM44, your Pokémon can restore all his\her hit points (HP), in a span of 2 turns! Simply use Rest during battle (the Pokémon will fall asleep), then during your next turn, play the Poke Flute (Obtained when you save Mr. Fuji from the tower in the Pokémon Tower) your Pokémon will wake up ready to go! Legendary Birds submitted by Cathy firstname.lastname@example.org Of all the legendary birds I've found Zapdos is the easiest to capture (which isn't saying much!) since it is possible to capture it when it has nothing wrong with its status (such as sleep or paralyze) and it is possible to capture it when it's health bar is more then just a sliver. Once you have captured Zapdos you can use it to quickly lower the health level of Articuno and Moltres (for these last two I needed to reduce their defense or make them go to sleep to even hit them with a Poké-ball). Moon Stones Submitted by DuPnt24Kid@aol.com There are five Moon Stones, three of which are visible, two of which are not. 1) In the upper-lefthand corner of the first floor of Mt. Moon. 2) In the basement of the game corner. 3) In the bottom-right corner of Route 2 (CUT). 4) In Mt. Moon, before the Supernerd's platform, there is a corridor 4 spaces long and 1 space wide, go to the end of it and press A and poof! you have a Moon Stone. 5) In the Pokémon Mansion on Cinnabar Island, go up to the right side of one of the pillars on the right-hand side near the entrance hit A and it will say you found a Moon Stone. Unlimited chances to catch rare Pokémon submitted by VirusAoD/Anonymus@angelfire.com Did you ever run into one of those Pokémon that you can only catch once? Here is a good trick to get as many shots as you want to catch those Pokémon! First ,find a rare Pokémon such as a Mewtwo. Then, right before you go into battle with it, save the game at that point. Finally, you can battle the Pokémon without worrying that you didn't catch it. If you screw up and you make it faint, just stop where you are and shut off the game. Then you can turn it back on, select continue and presto! You should be saved right before getting into battle with the Pokémon! Better Chance To Capture Pokémon submitted by Alex/Alexdeh@aol.com There is a code for the USA version (it might work for the Japanese version too) to catch Pokémon easier. When you throw a Poké-ball hold Up and press down the "A" button as it closes on the Pokémon. The Poké-ball will shut tighter and it will be easier to catch the Pokémon. This trick will work best with the Ultra Ball. Harder Hitting Attacks submitted by Dusty This code is sorta like the "Better Chance to Catch Pokémon" code but it's for attack. Just hold the A button while your attacking and it will do more damage than if you didn't hold A. Phantom PC Submitted by Pinywize@aol.com That's right, a Phantom PC. Go to Celadon City, then go south until you are by the Alley where the Game Corner is. Walk EAST until you are standing next to a bush. CUT the bush down and go SOUTH to the first building to the WEST.... this is the People Motel. Enter the Motel and walk NORTH until you hit the shelf, then walk EAST until you hit the wall. Now walk DOWN 2 spaces, the walk UP 1 space. Now press A and select something to do! Fishing Guide submitted by email@example.com Route 22: #050 Poliwag; #118 Goldeen Celadon City/Route 10: #079 Slowpoke; #062 Poliwhirl Route(s) 12, 13, 17 & 18: #072 Tentacool; #098 Krabby; #118 Goldeen; #129 Magikarp Pallet Town: #072 Tentacool Cerulean City/Route(s) 4, 24 & 25: #118 Goldeen; #054 Psyduck; #098 Krabby Viridian City: #072 Tentacool; #060 Poliwag Vermilion City/Route(s) 6 & 11: #098 Krabby;#090 Shellder Safari Zone: #054 Psyduck, #098 Krabby, #079 Slowpoke, #147 Dratini, Fuchsia City: #098 Krabby, #118 Goldeen, #129 Magikarp, #119 Seaking Fish in Statues Submitted by Andrew Dailyfirstname.lastname@example.org It's wierd, but you can fish in statues! Simply use the rod! Sometimes you can find rare water Pokémon this way. Even the Odds at Game Corner Submitted by Andrew Dailyemail@example.com In the casino above the guy with the glasses that you usually find in gyms is a slot machine with great odds. The way I got a Porygon was simple but still long. Save the game when you hit the jackpot After a while the game is fixed and you will either get multiple wins, or hit the jackpot- doing that you eventually start to win several hundred at a time. By hitting the a button rapidly it sets a pattern to make sure you now when the jackpot comes up- the slot machine starts to slow down. Start With All Three Start Pokémon Submitted by Laurent Landry Requires:2 linkable game boy systems,2 pokemon games(any color),and a game link cable NOTE:Make sure that Game Boy B takes Bulbasaur to start and then you`ll see the rest of the code below. 1.Start a new game with Game Boy A 2.Go to Prof. Oak`s and get Squirtle, then go get his package, return it, then get the Pokedex. 3.Go to nearest pokemon center and trade squirtle to game Boy B 4.Start new game with Game Boy A 5.Repeat 2-4 6.Go to Prof. Oak`s and get Charmander, then go get his package, return it, then get the Pokedex. 7.Go to nearest pokemon center and trade Charmander to Game Boy B 8.Start new game with Game Boy A 9.Repeat 6-8 10.Go to Prof. Oak`s and get Bulbasaur, then go get his package, return it, then get the Pokedex. Game Boy B should have 2 Squirtles and 2 Charmanders,so trade one of each back to Game Boy A GameShark Codes Warning: Using these MAY erase your saved game. Use with caution, and don't come whining to me if your game is erased. Try turning off the Gameshark effects before saving. You need a GameShark cheat device to enter these codes below. Submitted by Kevin (Psyduck) Taillieu To start off with mew-01151ED1 or 0115d8cf To fight mew in every battle- 0115D8CF BUY MASTER BALLS IN ANY POKEMART FOR FREE-01017CCF Get a Porygon for free- 01AA1ED1 EddieRight@aol.com INFINITE ENERGY 01FF16D0 firstname.lastname@example.org INFINITE MONEY 019947D3 019948D3 019949D3 email@example.com START W/ MEW 01151ED1 firstname.lastname@example.org FIGHT MEW EVERY TIME 0115D8CF email@example.com FREE MASTERBALLS 01017CCF firstname.lastname@example.org CHARMANDER 01B0D8CF email@example.com Funny Codes Submitted by Wiggy These codes make the game pretty much silly to play. the only reason you should use them is to freak out your friends when you use a level 0 magikarp to blow away their level 100 dragonites.one more thing: all numbers used here must be in hexidecimal. thus, if you want a level 50 pokemon, put in 32 for the value. 50 will turn out level 80. If you put in things that would give values higher than the game is designed to handle (i.e. 1000 attack), you'll get some pretty funky symbols. 01xx64D1 - change first pokemon into whatever pokemon you replace xx with (get numbers from the encounter cheat code chart below) 01648CD1 - set level of first pokemon to 100 (note: if you know anything about hexadecimal, you can change the "64" to any number from 00 to FF, or levels 0 to 255) 01038DD1 and 01E78ED1 - set max hps of first pokemon to 999 01038FD1 and 01E790D1 - set attack of first pokemon to 999 010391D1 and 01E792D1 - set defense of first pokemon to 999 010393D1 and 01E794D1 - set speed of first pokemon to 999 010395D1 and 01E796D1 - set special of first pokemon to 999 Pokemon Codes Submitted by Cindy Margret Nankaville (firstname.lastname@example.org) Here is a code to catch all the pokemon if you put in the code you fight the monster. 01xxD8CF (turn the xx into the numbers and letters) 99 Bulbasaur | 09 Ivysaur | 9A Venusaur | B0 Charmander | B2 Charmeleon | B4 Charizard B1 Squirtle | B3 Wartortle | 1C Blastoise | 7B Caterpie | 7C Metapodi | 7D Butterfree 70 Weedle | 71 Kakuna | 72 Beedrill | 24 Pidgey | 96 Pidgeotto | 97 Pidgeot A5 Rattata | A6 Raticate | 05 Spearow | 23 Frearow | 6C Ekans | 2D Arbok 54 Pikachu | 55 Raichu | 60 Sandshrew | 61 Sandslash | 0F Nidoran(female) A8 Nindorina | 10 NidoQueen | 03 Nidoran(male) | A7 Nindorino | 07 NidoKing 04 Clefairy | 8E Clefable | 52 Vulpix | 53 Ninetales | 64 Jigglypuff | 65 Wigglytuff 6B Zubat | 82 Golbat | B9 Oddish | BA Gloom | BB Vileplume | 6D Paras | 2E Parasect 41 Venonat | 77 Venomoth | 3B Diglett | 76 Dugtrios | 4D Meowth | 90 Persian 2F Psyduck | 80 Goldduck | 39 Mankey | 75 Primeape | 21 Growlithe | 14 Arcanine 47 Poliwag | 6E Poliwhirl | 6F Poliwrath | 94 Abra | 26 Kadabra | 95 Alakazam 6A Machop | 29 Machoke | 7E Machamp | BC Bellsprout | BD Weepinbell | BE Victreebell 18 Tentacool | 9B Tentacruel | A9 Geodude | 27 Gravelern | 31 Golem | A3 Ponyta A4 Rapidash | 25 Slowpoke | 08 Slowbro | AD Magnemite | 36 Magneton | 40 Farfetch'd 46 Doduo | 74 Dodrio | 3A Seel | 78 Dewgong | 0D Grimer | 88 Muk | 17 Shellder 8B Cloyster | 19 Gastly | 93 Haunter | 0E Gengar | 22 Onix | 30 Drowzee | 81 Hypno 4E Krabby | 8A Kingler | 06 Voltorb | 8D Electrode | 0C Exeggcute | 0A Exeggutor 11 Cubone | 91 Marowak | 2B Hitmonlee | 2C Hitmonchan | 0B Lickitung | 37 Koffing 8F Weezing | 12 Rhyhorn | 01 Rhydon | 28 Chansey | 1E Tangela | 02 Kangaskhan 5C Horsea | 5D SeaDra | 9D Goldeen | 9E Seaking | 1B Staryu | 98 Starmie 2A Mr. Mime | 1A Scyther | 48 Jynx | 35 Electabuzz | 33 Magmar | 1D Pinsir 3C Tauros | 85 Magikarp | 16 Gyarados | 13 Lapras | 4C Ditto | 66 Eevee 69 Vaporeon | 68 Jolteon | 67 Flareon | AA Porygon | 62 Omanvste | 63 Omastar 5A kabuto | 5B Kabutops | AB Aerodactyl | 84 Snorlax | 4A Articuro | 4B Zapdos 49 Moltres | 58 Dratini | 59 Dragonair | 42 Dragonite | 83 Mewtwo | B6 Missingno. Item Codes submitted by Josh Freeman (email@example.com) and Steven Kottke Here is lots of Gameshark codes for ALL of the items: use 01xx7ccf and replace the xx with the item you want to buy: the list is below Items List 01 Master Ball \ 02 Ultra Ball \ 03 Great Ball \ 04 Pokéball \ 05 Town map \ 06 Bike 07 Surf without pokemon \ 08 Safari Ball \ 09 Pokedex \ 0A Moon Stone \ 0B Antidote 0C Burn Heal \ 0d Ice Heal \ 0F Parlyz Heal \ 10 Full Restore \ 11 Max Potion 12 Hyper Potion \ 13 Super Potion \ 14 Potion \ 15 Boulder Badge \ 16 Cascade Badge 17 Thunder Badge \ 18 Rainbow Badge \ 19 Soul Badge \ 1A Marsh Badge 1B Volcano Badge \ 1C Earth Badge \ 1d Escape Rope \ 1E Repel \ 1F Old Amber 20 Fire Stone \ 21 Thunder Stone \ 22 Water Stone \ 23 HP UP \ 24 Protein 25 Iron \ 26 Carbos \ 27 Calcium \ 28 Rare Candy \ 29 Dome Fossil \ 2A Helix Fossil 2B Secret Key \ 2D Bike Voucher \ 2E X Accuracy \ 2F Leaf Stone \ 3A Dire Hit 3B Coin \ 3C Fresh Water \ 3D Soda Pop \ 3E Lemonade \ 3F S.S Ticket \ 30 Card Key 31 Nugget \ 32 PP Up \ 33 Pokédoll \ 34 Full Heal \ 35 Revive \ 36 Max Revive 37 Guard Spec \ 38 Super Repel \ 39 Max Repel \ 40 Gold Teeth \ 41 X Attack 42 X Defend \ 43 X Speed \ 44 X Special \ 45 Coin Case \ 46 Oak's Parcel \ 47 Item Finder 48 Silph Scope \ 49 Poké Flute \ 4A Lift Key \ 4B Exp. All \ 4C Old Rod \ 4D Good Rod 4E Super Rod \ 4F PP Up (for free) \ 50 Ether \ 51 Max Ether \ 52 Elixer \ 53 Max Elixir C4 HM 01 \ C5 HM 02 \ C6 HM 03 \ C7 HM 04 \ C8 HM 05 \ C9 TM 01 \ CA TM 02 CB TM 03 \ CD TM 04 \ CE TM 05 \ CF TM 06 \ D0 TM 07 \ D1 TM 08 \ D2 TM 09 D3 TM 10 \ D4 TM 11 \ D5 TM 12 \ D6 TM 13 \ D7 TM 14 \ D8 TM 15 \ D9 TM 16 DA TM 17 \ DB TM 18 \ DC TM 19 \ DE TM 20 \ DF TM 21 \ E0 TM 22 \ E1 TM 23 E2 TM 24 \ E3 TM 25 \ E4 TM 26 \ E5 TM 27 \ E6 TM 28 \ E7 TM 29 \ E8 TM 30 E9 TM 31 \ EA TM 32 \ EB TM 33 \ EC TM 34 \ ED TM 35 \ EE TM 36 \ EF TM 37 F0 TM 38 \ F1 TM 39 \ F2 TM 40 \ F3 TM 41 \ F4 TM 42 \ F5 TM 43 \ F6 TM 44 F7 TM 45 \ F8 TM 46 \ F9 TM 47 \ FA TM 48 \ FB TM 49 \ FC TM 50 These Codes Work on ANY Pokémart ! :-) Fight Trainers Submitted by Brenna Lee This Game Shark code that allows you to battle people instead of Pokemon and you get money if you beat them. Their Pokemon will be messed up and will always be at level 30. Each will have 6 unknown pokemon. Just type in 10xxd8cf and replace the XX with the numbers or letters below. Then choose a patch of grass and soon you'll run into a trainer. Brock- EA | Misty- EB | Lt. Surge- EC | Erica- ED | Koga- EE | Sabrina- F0 | Blaine- EF | Giovanni- E5 | Lorilei- F4 Bruno- E9 | Agatha- F6 | Lance- F7 | Gary- F2 or F3 or E1 | Professer Oak-E2 | Jr. trainer (girl)- CE Jr. trainer (boy)-CD | Cool trainer (Girl)- E8 | Cool trainer (boy)- E7 | Channeler- F5 | Supernerd-D0 | Gambler-D9 Hiker-D1 | Fisherman-D6 | Swimmer-D7 | Juggler- DD | Engineer-D4 | Tamer- DE | Chief- E3 | Burgular- D6 Bugcatcher- CA | Scientist- E4 | Sailor- CC | Rocket- E6 | Gentleman- F1 | Black belt- E0 | Lass- CB Phychic- DB | Youngster- C9 | Rocker- DC | Biker- D2 | Beauty- DA | Cueball- D8 | Bird keeper- DF GameGenie Codes Warning: Using these MAY erase your saved game. To reduce the risk of losing a game, turn off the code effects before saving. You need a Game Genie cheat device to enter these codes below Submitted by ZannieMan@aol.com(red) and Dakarren Windwolf(blue) The code for Mew....(you must have game genie)...FOR THE AMERICAN VERSION is.....type in For RED pokemon game: 151-91a-7fc/ 151-93a-f7e/ 151-9ba-5db BLUE 151-91a-7fc/ 151-93a-f7e/ 151-9ba-6eb/ Then got to the field west of Cerulean City...He'll be there. Get Rich Quick Submitted by LINDA S ALLEN (QUIKDRAW@prodigy.net) if you put in 996-11B-E6A it will make the pokeball (not any other sort of ball) worth $990200!! So turn off the code and buy 2 or 3 then turn it back on and sell them to be rich! Fight Missingno firstname.lastname@example.org 001-91A-7FC + 001-93A-F7E + 001-9BA-5DB Fight any PokéMon Submitted by ZannieMan@aol.com For the Red Version Master Code xx1-91A-F7C + xx1-93A-7FE + xx1-9BA-5DB For the Blue Version Master Code xx1-91A-F7C + xx1-93A-7FE + xx1-9BA-6EB To understand the code just type in the numbers and/or letters (listed to the left of the Pokemon's name below) of the pokemon you want in the “xx” space listed above. Then go to Cerulean city and go west until you get to a grassy field. Walk around and after a couple of fights you will fight the pokemon you selected. Note: all pokemon you fight this way are level 10. 99 Bulbasaur / 09 Ivysaur / 9A Venusaur / B0 Charmander / B2 Charmeleon / B4 Charizard B1 Squirtle / B3 Wartortle / 1C Blastoise / 7B Caterpie / 7C Metapod / 7D Butterfree 70 Weedle / 71 Kakuna / 72 Beedrill / 24 Pidgey / 96 Pidgeotto / 97 Pidgeot / A5 Rattata A6 Raticate / 05 Spearow / 23 Frearow / 6C Ekans / 2D Arbok / 54 Pikachu / 55 Raichu 60 Sandshrew / 61 Sandslash / 0F Nidoran(F) / A8 Nindorina / 10 NidoQueen / 03 Nidoran(M) A7 Nindorino / 07 NidoKing / 04 Clefairy / 8E Clefable / 52 Vulpix / 53 Ninetales 64 Jigglypuff / 65 Wigglytuff / 6B Zubat / 82 Golbat / B9 Oddish / BA Gloom BB Vileplume / 6D Paras / 2E Parasect / 41 Venonat / 77 Venomoth / 3B Diglett 76 Dugtrios / 4D Meowth / 90 Persian / 2F Psyduck / 80 Goldduck / 39 Mankey / 75 Primeape 21 Growlithe / 14 Arcaninel / 47 Poliwag / 6E Poliwhirl / 6F Poliwrath / 94 Abra / 26 Kadabra 95 Alakazam / 6A Machop / 29 Machoke / 7E Machamp / BC Bellsprout / BD Weepinbell BE Victreebell / 18 Tentacool / 9B Tentacruel / A9 Geodude / 27 Graveler / 31 Golem A3 Ponyta / A4 Rapidash / 25 Slowpoke / 08 Slobro / AD Magnemite / 36 Magneton 40 Farfetch'd / 46 Doduo / 74 Dotrio / 3A Seel / 78 Dewgong / 0D Grimer / 88 Muk 17 Shellder / 8B Cloyster / 19 Gastly / 93 Haunter / 0E Gengar / 22 Onix / 30 Drowzee 81 Hypno / 4E Krabby / 8A Kingler / 06 Voltorb / 8D Electrode / 0C Exeggcute 0A Exeggutor / 11 Cubone / 91 Marowak / 2B Hitmonlee / 2C Hitmonchan / 0B Lickitung 37 Koffing / 8F Weezing / 12 Rhyhorn / 01 Rhydon / 28 Chansey / 1E Tangela 02 Kangaskhan / 5C HorSea / 5D SeaDra / 9D Goldeen / 9E Seaking / 1B Staryu / 98 Starmie 2A Mr. Mime / 1A Scyther / 48 Jynx / 35 Electabuzz / 33 Magmar / 1D Pinsir 3C Tauros / 85 Magikarp / 16 Gyarados / 13 Lapras / 4C Ditto / 66 Eevee / 69 Vaporeon 68 Jolteon / 67 Flareon / AA Porygon / 62 Omanyte / 63 Omastar / 5A Kabuto / 5B Kabutops AB Aerodactyl / 84 Snorlax / 4A Articuno / 4B Zapdos / 49 Moltres / 58 Dratini 59 Dragonair / 42 Dragonite / 83 Mewtwo / 15 Mew* *If you try to catch Mew this way, you must capture her before she transforms. Item Codes Submitted by Charles Chen email@example.com Go to a Pokemart and put in the codes below for each town Viridian City: xx4-44D-F7A + xx4-45D-C46 + xx4-46D-D56 Pewter City: xx4-4BD-F7A + xx4-4CD-B3A + xx4-4DD-91E Cerulean City: xx4-55D-F7A + xx4-56D-B3A + xx4-57D-912 Vermilion City: xx4-63D-F7A + xx4-64D-A26 + xx4-65D-D5E Lavender Town: xx4-6CD-E66 + xx4-6DD-A26 + xx4-6ED-3BE Cinnibar Island: xx4-BBD-E62 + xx4-BCD-E66 + xx4-BDD-A22 Now, replace the XX with any numbers from list below. You will find the items in the third item slot in the store's list. TMs & HMs FA=Substitute / F9=Tri Attack / F8=Rock Slide / F7=Explosion / F6=Psywave /F5=Thunder Wave F4=Rest / F3=Sky Attack / F2=Dream Eater / F1=Softboiled / F0=Skull Bash / EF=Swift / EE=Fire Blast EC=Self Destruct / EB=Metronome / EA=Bide / E9=Reflect / E8=Double Team / E7=Mimic / E6=Teleport E5=Psychic / E4=Dig / E3=Fissure / E2=Earthquake / E1=Thunder / E0=Thunderbolt / DF=Dragon Rage DE=Solar Beam / DD=Mega Drain / DC=Rage / DB=Seismic Toss / DA=Counter / D9=Submission D8=Pay Day / D7=Hyper Beam / D6=Blizzard / D5=Ice Beam / D4=Water Gun / D3=Bubblebeam D2=Double Edge / D1=Take Down / D0=Body Slam / CF=Horn Drill / CE=Toxic / CD=Mega Kick CC=Whirlwind / CB=Sword's Dance / CA=Razor Wind / C9=Mega Punch / C8=Flash / C7=Strength C6=Surf / C5=Fly / C4=Cut Other Items 01=Master Ball / 02=Ultra Ball/ 03=Great Ball / 04=PokéBall / 05=Town Map/ 06=Bicycle / 07=Surf 08=Safari Ball / 09=Pokedex / 0A=Moon Stone / 0B= Antidote / 0C=Burn Heal / 0D=Ice Heal / 0E=Awakening 0F=Parlyz. Heal /10=Full Restore / 11=Max Potion / 12=Hyper Potion / 13=Super Potion / 14=Potion 15=Boulderbadge / 16=Cascadebadge / 17=Thunderbadge / 18=Rainbowbadge / 19=Soulbadge 1A=Marshbadge / 1B=Volcanobadge / 1C=Earthbadge / 1D=Escape Rope / 1E=Repel / 1F=Old Amber 20=FireStone / 21=ThunderStone / 22=WaterStone / 23=HP Up / 24=Protein / 25=Iron / 26=Carbos 27=Calcium / 28=Rare Candy / 29=Dome Fossil / 2A=Helix Fossil / 2B=Secret Key / 2E=X Accuracy 2F=Leaf Stone / 31=Nugget / 32=PP UP / 33=PokeDoll / 34=Full Heal / 35=Revive / 36=Max Revive 37=Gaurd Spec / 38=Super Repel / 39=Max Repel / 3A=Dire Hit / 38=Coin / 3C=Fresh Water / 3D=Soda Pop 3E=Lemonade / 41=X Attack / 42=X Defend / 43=X Speed / 44=X Special / 4B=Exp.All / 4F=PP Up 50=Ether / 51=Max Ether / 52=Elixer / 53=Max Elixer *NOTE!* Numbers above 64 mess up the game! Gold Code 996-11B-E6A Changes Value of PokéBalls to 990200 gold. Buy as many as you can with code off then turn on code and sell Balls for lots of money. 996-0EB-E6A Changes value of GreatBalls to a high amount. Use this code the same way as above.