Pokemon Liquid Crystal ROM

Pokemon Liquid Crystal ROM

Pokemon Liquid Crystal ROM

Author
FireRed, GameBoy Color Classic
Release
2011
Version
3.3
Requirement
Game Boy Advance, GBA Emulator

Pokemon Liquid Crystal is a ROM trick developed for the GameBoy Advance that uses FireRed as a base. This is a complete Crystal Remake Pokemon from the classic GameBoy Color Classic.

Game Description

Game Plot:

As you know, you first get Mom’s Pokegear and go to Professor Elmo’s laboratory. That’s where you get your first Pokemon. Let’s now go to the description of the screen. Outside his house there will be a fat boy and a chubby girl with whom he will communicate. Above is the laboratory. You can find silver near the lab that will distract you if you talk to him. As you know, Professor Elm asks you to choose an entree and go to Mr. Pokemon. Everything else is the same as the crystal until you try to leave route 30.

About the Game:

Pokemon Liquid Crystal version 3.3 is a ROM trick developed for the GameBoy Advance that uses FireRed as a base. This is a complete Crystal Remake Pokemon from the classic GameBoy Color Classic. The story is the same as in the original crystal, with many additional events and even a new region to discover. More info on the Liquid Crystal wiki

Features of Pokemon Liquid Crystal ROM (GBA):

Pokemon Liquid Crystal is an adventurous game hack, It takes you into the Pokemon world and dates to the story of the first pokemon. The Hacked ROM is made so that gamers can get te fill advantage of the Pokemon ROM on GBA. More features on the pokecommunity

  • Modified Gameplay
    This hacked ROM has the modified Gameplay. It’s a bit like Remake of the entire game which was released in Game boy Advance.
  • Original Story (GBA Hack)
    This is a big advantage, because many ROM hacks for GBA don’t follow the original story, this one does.
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