Pokemon GS Chronicles Cheats & Cheat Codes for Game Boy Advanced

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Pokemon GS Chronicles Cheats & Cheat Codes for Game Boy Advanced

Pokemon GS Chronicles is a ROM hack of Pokemon FireRed, released in 2014. Released in 2004, Pokemon FireRed sold over 12 million copies. The ROM features a renewed storyline to create a sense of purpose and other mechanical changes. Pokemon fans widely acclaim Pokemon GS Chronicles as one of the best ROM hacks in the series.  

Pokemon GS Chronicles Premise

The story in Pokemon GS Chronicles is based on Pokemon HeartGold and SoulSilverThe player character begins by runnings errands for Professor Elm, which rewards you with a Pokemon. After choosing from one of three Pokemon, you are set free into the tall grass and the world at large. To become a Pokemon Champion, the player must explore collecting Pokemon, battling foes, and competing in gym tournaments.   

Your mission as a Pokemon trainer is to explore the world and collect new Pokemon. Each one offers a unique battle type, combat moves, and designs. Exploring the tall grass can put you into a battle with a random Pokemon of that region in which you need to choose whether to fight or flee.

Promotional photo of Charizard and Venusaur for Pokémon FireRed.
Pokémon GS Chronicles is a ROM hack of FireRed and retells Pokemon Gold and Silver.

The revamped game features never before seen mechanics such as cutscenes, route changes, day/night cycles, and custom move sets. Also, the game features new puzzles, updated graphics, new trainer roasters, and Exp. Share. There is a ton to be explored in this new Pokemon experience that builds ontop of an already amazing game.

Starting Pokemon in battle
Players choose from three starting Pokemon: Cyndaquil, Totodile or Chikorita.

Pokemon GS Chronicles Main Characters

Ethan: Ethan is one of two protagonists to choose from. Although the official name in Pokemon HeartGold and SoulSilver is Ethan, the player can change their name if they choose. Ethan lives north of Cherrygrove City on Route 30. The starting Pokemon he can choose from are Cyndaquil, Totodile, or Chikorita.   

Lyra: Lyra is the second playable protagonist in Pokemon GS Chronicles. Like Ethan, players can change their names to whatever they choose. She also lives north of Cherrygrove City on Route 30 and has the same starting Pokemon options. Whichever character the player chooses, the other character will appear in-game as a friend.   

Team Rocket: Team Rocket is the antagonist of the Pokemon series. They are an organization in the Kanto and Johto regions. Their main purpose is to steal or capture rare Pokemon to sell them to. They have sent Pokemon off to their deaths before by selling them to cruel research organizations.      

Professor Elm: Professor Elm is a resident Pokemon Professor and gives the player their first Pokemon. His specialization is in Pokemon evolution, which Professor Oak further explained and acclaimed. He is known for his scatterbrained and disorganized nature as he gets caught up in research. 

Silver: Silver is the main rival of Ethan and Lyra. Players will first encounter Silver on the outskirts of Cherrygrove City. He will also make appearances throughout the game, testing the player to assess their strength and talent. Also, when choosing a starting Pokemon, Silver will always have the one that is strongest against their choice. So if the player chooses a fire-type Pokemon, Silver will have a water-type.  

Pokemon GS Chronicles Cheat Codes

Infinite Money

29C78059 96542194

Walkthrough Walls

509197D3 542975F4

78DA95DF 44018CB4

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0001Master Ball
0002Ultra Ball
0003Great Ball
0004Poke Ball
0005Safari Ball
0006Net Ball
0007Dive Ball
0008Nest Ball
0009Repeat Ball
000ATimer Ball
000BLuxury Ball
000CPremier Ball
000FBurn Heal
0010Ice Heal
0012Parlyz Heal
0013Full Restore
0014Max Potion
0015Hyper Potion
0016Super Potion
0017Full Heal
0019Max Revive
001AFresh Water
001BSoda Pop
001DMooMoo Milk
001EEnergy Powder
001FEnergy Root
0020Heal Powder
0021Revival Herb
0023Max Ether
0025Max Elixer
0026Lava Cookie
0027Blue Flute
0028Yellow Flute
0029Red Flute
002ABlack Flute
002BWhite Flute
002CBerry Juice
002DSacred Ash
002EShoal Salt
002FShoal Shell
0030Red Shard
0031Blue Shard
0032Yellow Shard
0033Green Shard
003FHP Up
0044Rare Candy
0045PP Up
0047PP Max
00AFEnigma Berry
00B3Bright Powder
00B4White Herb
00B5Macho Brace
00B6Exp Share
00B7Quick Claw
00B8Soothe Bell
00B9Mental Herb
00BAChoice Band
00BBKing’s Rock
00BCSilver Powder
00BDAmulet Coin
00BECleanse Tag
00BFSoul Dew
00C0Deep Sea Tooth
00C1Deep Sea Scale
00C2Smoke Ball
00C4Focus Band
00C5Lucky Egg
00C6Scope Lens
00C7Metal Coat
00C9Dragon Scale
00CALight Ball
00CBSoft Sand
00CCHard Stone
00CDMiracle Seed
00CEBlack Glasses
00CFBlack Belt
00D1Mystic Water
00D2Sharp Beak
00D3Poison Barb
00D4Nevermelt Ice
00D5Spell Tag
00D6Twisted Spoon
00D8Dragon Fang
00D9Silk Scarf
00DBShell Bell
00DCSea Incense
00DDLax Incense
00DELucky Punch
00DFMetal Powder
00E0Thick Club
00FERed Scarf
00FFBlue Scarf
0100Pink Scarf
0101Green Scarf
0102Yellow Scarf
0103Mach Bike
0104Coin Case
0106Old Rod
0107Good Rod
0108Super Rod
0109S.S. Ticket
010AContest Pass
010CWailmer Pail
010DDevon’s Goods
010ESoot Sack
010FBasement Key
0110Acro Bike
0111PokeBlock Case
0113Eon Ticket
0114Red Orb
0115Blue Orb
011ERoot Fossil
011FClaw Fossil
0120Devon Scope
0121TM01 (Focus Punch)
0122TM02 (Dragon Claw)
0123TM03 (Water Pulse)
0124TM04 (Calm Mind)
0125TM05 (Roar)
0126TM06 (Toxic)
0127TM07 (Hail)
0128TM08 (Bulk Up)
0129TM09 (Bullet Seed)
012ATM10 (Hidden Power)
012BTM11 (Sunny Day)
012CTM12 (Taunt)
012DTM13 (Ice Beam)
012ETM14 (Blizzard)
012FTM15 (Hyper Beam)
0130TM16 (Light Screen)
0131TM17 (Protect)
0132TM18 (Rain Dance)
0133TM19 (Giga Drain)
0134TM20 (Safeguard)
0135TM21 (Frustration)
0136TM22 (Solar Beam)
0137TM23 (Iron Tail)
0138TM24 (Thunderbolt)
0139TM25 (Thunder)
013ATM26 (Earthquake)
013BTM27 (Return)
013CTM28 (Dig)
013DTM29 (Psychic)
013ETM30 (Shadow Ball)
013FTM31 (Brick Break)
0140TM32 (Double Team)
0141TM33 (Reflect)
0142TM34 (Shock Wave)
0143TM35 (Flamethrower)
0144TM36 (Sludge Bomb)
0145TM37 (Sandstorm)
0146TM38 (Fire Blast)
0147TM39 (Rock Tomb)
0148TM40 (Aerial Ace)
0149TM41 (Torment)
014ATM42 (Facade)
014BTM43 (Secret Power)
014CTM44 (Rest)
014DTM45 (Attract)
014ETM46 (Thief)
014FTM47 (Steel Wing)
0150TM48 (Skill Swap)
0151TM49 (Snatch)
0152TM50 (Overheat)
0153HM01 (Cut)
0154HM02 (Fly)
0155HM03 (Surf)
0156HM04 (Strength)
0157HM05 (Flash)
0158HM06 (Rock Smash)
0159HM07 (Waterfall)
015AHM08 (Dive)

Pokemon GS Chronicles Cheat Codes FAQ

How do I enable Cheat Codes on Pokemon GS Chronicles?

Since Pokemon GS Chronicles is a ROM hack requiring an emulator, the emulator may already have built-in cheats. Find your emulator’s settings menu for a cheat code section and upload whichever item you want onto it.

Note: Some emulators might have different codes, so searching for your specific emulator is best.

How can I play Pokemon GS Chronicles?

To play Pokemon GS Chronicles, you will need an emulator and ROM of the game. You can find both online. Be cautious, as Nintendo does not officially license this game. There is always a risk of downloading viruses or malware to your system. It’s best to do research and ask around before downloading anything.

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