GameFreak developed Pokemon FireRed and LeafGreen titles and published by Nintendo. FireRed and LeafGreen is a remake and improved version of the previous Pokemon Red and Blue (Red and Green in Japan) game title release.
Almost two years of the original release, Nintendo introduced Player’s choice that contains enhanced game features and some improvements. FR/LG gained so much popularity and attained huge success; as a result, the game sold around 12 million copies around the world.
Japan: January 29, 2004
America: September 9, 2004
Europe: October 1, 2004
Australia: September 23, 2004
Platform: Game Boy Advance
Cheats and Other Contents
- Walk Through Walls/Ghost cheat
- Rare Candy
- Wild Pokemon Modifier
- Legendary Pokemon
- Shiny Pokemon Encounter
Important Note: Not all versions of FireRed supports cheating. If you are planning to use cheats in your FireRed game, head over to EmuParadise and be sure to download Pokemon Fire Red (U)(Squirrels) ROM, this version works for many.
Cheats also work with Pokemon LeafGreen, click here to view cheats for LeafGreen or watch this Pokemon LeafGreen Cheats, Must Activate & Most Useful video.
Important: Activating too many cheats at once can cause a game to confuse resulting to different problems such as a sudden crash, bad eggs, and glitches. Save your game before activating any cheats.
Pokemon ROM Hacks: ROM hacking is a technique of modifying existing ROM file to create a new game. Pokemon fans usually change the graphics, maps, details, locations, areas, battle scene, music, dialogue, and overall gameplay.
Simply put, ROM hacking revives a good old game like Pokemon FireRed and Ruby to create an improved game version. Click here to view our collection of Pokemon ROM Hacks or watch our Pokemon ROM hacks Youtube playlist.
If you have played Pokemon Red and Blue game titles before, you will notice that FireRed and LeafGreen versions follow the same plot. The game sets in Pallet town where Professor Oak will give you one Pokemon of your choice and same as with your childhood rival Gary. There three Pokemon to choose – Bulbasaur, Charmander, and Squirtle.
Your first Pokemon battle begins after you, and your rival Gary receives a Pokemon. During a match or wild Pokemon encounter, the player can choose either to fight, switch Pokemon, check the bag and run.
New locations and Pokemon introduced in FireRed and LeafGreen; the goal is to defeat Elite Four and to collect all eight gym badges. There are plenty of cool things you can do in FR/LG such as raising Pokemon and capturing strong legendary Pokemon from its secret location on the map.