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Pokemon LeafGreen Cheats & Cheat Codes For Gameboy Advanced Emulators

Front cover of Pokemon LeafGreen for the Gameboy

Pokemon LeafGreen Cheats & Cheat Codes For Gameboy Advanced Emulators

Pokemon LeafGreen is a blast from the past remake for the Gameboy Advanced. Sold as half of the ‘same’ game of Pokemon FireRed, LeafGreen is a direct remake of the 1996 classic Pokemon game of Red and Blue. Coming out as a Nintendo-only game in 2004, GreenLeaf was developed by Game Freak and was released by Nintendo under the Pokemon company. GreenLeaf and FireRed were the 3rd generation of Pokemon games to be remade and released as new games in the series. The game is endless fun and at the time, it was running on the most powerful pocket system on the market, if you want to return to a simpler time of gaming, Pokemon GreenLeaf is going to be the perfect retro game for you!

Pokemon Leaf Green game screenshot
The 8-bit style looks will definitely give you a big nostalgic feel!

Pokemon GreenLeaf Premise

Pokemon GreenLeaf is simply a remake of an earlier Pokemon. Therefore, in the game’s story, not much has changed. Set in the region of Kanto you play as a mute and unnamed main character traveling between cities in the area. Shortly after, while walking through the tall grass Professor Oak will appear out of thin air and warn you of the wild Pokemon in the area. From here he will take the player to his training gym and research center and you will have the option to choose a starter Pokemon to train. After getting a brief session of training with the turn-based fighting system you are sent into the world to train all Pokemon types and complete various challenges around the region.

Pokemon GreenLeaf Characters


Because of the nature of the game, there aren’t exactly a lot of notable characters in GreenLeaf. This game was made before the introduction of Ash Ketchum as the main character. However, there are still some incredible people that are seen throughout the series.

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  • Protagonist “Ash Ketchum”
    • The main character is never named nor speaks but is in essence, Ash Ketchum. The player has a classic red hat, blue jeans, and a white shirt.
  • Professor Oak
    • The classic Pokemon character Professor Oak is one of the most important characters. As one of the leading figures in Pokemon research, the professor will start and end almost every game. He is an aging man dressed in a white lab coat and basic tan pants and various colored shirts.
  • Team Rocket
    • Technically, Team Rocket is a group of different criminals whose sole goal is to abuse and sell Pokemon. The player is tasked to take down the various members of Team Rocket through Pokemon battles. The main members include James and Jessi. They are almost the exact same in looks except James has blue short hair and Jessi has long pink hair. They are both dressed in white pants and jackets with the red Team Rocket logo on their chests.

Pokemon LeafGreen and All Others Titles in the Pokemon IP

There are simply dozens of Pokemon titles in the whole series but that doesn’t mean that there aren’t incredible games across the years. Be aware you might be looking at this list for a while before you get to the bottom of this list.

  • Pokemon Red (1998)
  • Pokemon Blue (1998)
  • Pokemon Yellow (1999)
  • Pokemon Gold (2000)
  • Pokemon Silver (2000)
  • Pokemon Crystal (2001)
  • Pokémon Ruby (2003)
  • Pokemon Sapphire (2003)
  • Pokemon Emerald (2005)
  • Pokemon FireRed (2004)
  • Pokemon LeafGreen (2004)
  • Pokemon Diamond (2007)
  • Pokemon Pearl (2007)
  • Pokemon Platinum (2009)
  • Pokemon HeartGold and SoulSilver (2010)
  • Pokemon Black and White (2011)
  • Pokemon Black 2 and White 2 (2012)
  • Pokemon X and Y (2013)
  • Pokemon Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire (2014)
  • Pokemon Go (2016)
  • Pokemon Sun and Moon (2016)
  • Pokemon Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon (2017)
  • Pokemon: Let’s Go, Pikachu! and Let’s Go, Eevee! (2018)
  • Pokemon Sword and Shield (2019)
  • Pokemon Brilliant Diamond and Shining Pearl (2021)

Emulator Cheat Codes

A player choosing a Pokemon inside of Pokemon Crystal.
Pokemon Liquid Crystal is a ROM hack version of the original Crystal game.

For better or for worse the Gameboy Advanced has mostly gone the way of the dodo. However, there are several still working Gameboy Advanced systems out there. In fact, around 40 million units were sold in North America alone. With that being said, most of the people looking to fire up LeafGreen will be using a variety of emulators to play this aging game. Therefore, most of these cheat codes will work for most emulators however, it’s vital to always back up any save files before trying these codes out. In most emulators, you should be able to enter these codes in a cheat code line console. Research your specific emulator to find the console.

Unlimited Rare Candy

82025840 0044

No Clip or Walk Through Walls

509197D3 542975F4
78DA95DF 44018CB4

Spawn Any Wild Pokemon

0000BE99000A
1003DAE60007

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Standard Pokemon Types

83007CEE0001 = Bulbasaur
83007CEE0002 = Ivysaur
83007CEE0003 = Venusaur
83007CEE0004 = Charmander
83007CEE0005 = Charmeleon
83007CEE0006 = Charizard
83007CEE0007 = Squirtle
83007CEE0008 = Wartortle
83007CEE0009 = Blastoise
83007CEE000A = Caterpie
83007CEE000B = Metapod
83007CEE000C = Butterfree
83007CEE000D = Weedle
83007CEE000E = Kakuna
83007CEE000F = Beedrill
83007CEE0010 = Pidgey
83007CEE0011 = Pidgeotto
83007CEE0012 = Pidgeot
83007CEE0013 = Rattata
83007CEE0014 = Raticate
83007CEE0015 = Spearow
83007CEE0016 = Fearow
83007CEE0017 = Ekans
83007CEE0018 = Arbok
83007CEE0019 = Pikachu
83007CEE001A = Raichu
83007CEE001B = Sandshrew
83007CEE001C = Sandslash
83007CEE001D = Nidoran(female)
83007CEE001E = Nidorina
83007CEE001F = Nidoqueen
83007CEE0020 = Nidoran(male)
83007CEE0021 = Nidorino
83007CEE0022 = Nidoking
83007CEE0023 = Clefairy
83007CEE0024 = Clefable
83007CEE0025 = Vulpix
83007CEE0026 = Ninetales
83007CEE0027 = Jigglypuff
83007CEE0028 = Wigglytuff
83007CEE0029 = Zubat
83007CEE002A = Golbat
83007CEE002B = Oddish
83007CEE002C = Gloom
83007CEE002D = Vileplume
83007CEE002E = Paras
83007CEE002F = Parasect
83007CEE0030 = Venonat
83007CEE0031 = Venomoth
83007CEE0032 = Diglett
83007CEE0033 = Dugtrio
83007CEE0034 = Meowth
83007CEE0035 = Persian
83007CEE0036 = Psyduck
83007CEE0037 = GolducK
83007CEE0038 = Mankey
83007CEE0039 = Primeape
83007CEE003A = Growlithe
83007CEE003B = Arcanine
83007CEE003C = Poliwag
83007CEE003D = Poliwhirl
83007CEE003E = Poliwrath
83007CEE003F = Abra
83007CEE0040 = Kadabra
83007CEE0041 = Alakazam
83007CEE0042 = Machop
83007CEE0043 = Machoke
83007CEE0044 = Machamp
83007CEE0045 = Bellsprout
83007CEE0046 = Weepinbell
83007CEE0047 = Victreebel
83007CEE0048 = Tentacool
83007CEE0049 = Tentacruel
83007CEE004A = Geodude
83007CEE004B = Graveler
83007CEE004C = Golem
83007CEE004D = Ponyta
83007CEE004E = Rapidash
83007CEE004F = Slowpoke
83007CEE0050 = Slowbro
83007CEE0051 = Magnemite

Rare Pokeman Types


83007CEE0052 = Magneton
83007CEE0053 = Farfetch’d
83007CEE0054 = Doduo
83007CEE0055 = Dodrio
83007CEE0056 = Seel
83007CEE0057 = Dewgong
83007CEE0058 = Grimer
83007CEE0059 = Muk
83007CEE005A = Shellder
83007CEE005B = Cloyster
83007CEE005C = Gastly
83007CEE005D = Haunter
83007CEE005E = Gengar
83007CEE005F = Onix
83007CEE0060 = Drowzee
83007CEE0061 = Hypno
83007CEE0062 = Krabby
83007CEE0063 = Kingler
83007CEE0064 = Voltorb
83007CEE0065 = Electrode
83007CEE0066 = Exeggcute
83007CEE0067 = Exeggutor
83007CEE0068 = Cubone
83007CEE0069 = Marowak
83007CEE006A = Hitmonlee
83007CEE006B = Hitmonchan
83007CEE006C = Lickitung
83007CEE006D = Koffing
83007CEE006E = Weezing
83007CEE006F = Rhyhorn
83007CEE0070 = Rhydon
83007CEE0071 = Chansey
83007CEE0072 = Tangela
83007CEE0073 = Kangaskhan
83007CEE0074 = Horsea
83007CEE0075 = Seadra
83007CEE0076 = Goldeen
83007CEE0077 = Seaking
83007CEE0078 = Staryu
83007CEE0079 = Starmie
83007CEE007A = Mr. Mime
83007CEE007B = Scyther
83007CEE007C = Jynx
83007CEE007D = Electabuzz
83007CEE007E = Magmar
83007CEE007F = Pinsir
83007CEE0080 = Tauros
83007CEE0081 = Magikarp
83007CEE0082 = Gyarados
83007CEE0083 = Lapras
83007CEE0084 = Ditto
83007CEE0085 = Eevee
83007CEE0086 = Vaporeon
83007CEE0087 = Jolteon
83007CEE0088 = Flareon
83007CEE0089 = Porygon
83007CEE008A = Omanyte
83007CEE008B = Omastar
83007CEE008C = Kabuto
83007CEE008D = Kabutops
83007CEE008E = Aerodactyl
83007CEE008F = Snorlax
83007CEE0090 = Articuno
83007CEE0091 = Zapdos
83007CEE0092 = Moltres
83007CEE0093 = Dratini
83007CEE0094 = Dragonair
83007CEE0095 = Dragonite
83007CEE0096 = MewTwo
83007CEE0097 = Mew

Evolved Pokemon Types

83007CEE0098 = CHIKORITA
83007CEE0099 = BAYLEEF
83007CEE009A = MEGANIUM
83007CEE009B = CYNDAQUIL
83007CEE009C = QUILAVA
83007CEE009D = TYPHLOSION
83007CEE009E = TOTODILE
83007CEE009F = CROCONAW
83007CEE00A0 = FERALIGATR
83007CEE00A1 = SENTRET
83007CEE00A2 = FURRET
83007CEE00A3 = HOOTHOOT
83007CEE00A4 = NOCTOWL
83007CEE00A5 = LEDYBA
83007CEE00A6 = LEDIAN
83007CEE00A7 = SPINARAK
83007CEE00A8 = ARIADOS
83007CEE00A9 = CROBAT
83007CEE00AA = CHINCHOU
83007CEE00AB = LANTURN
83007CEE00AC = PICHU
83007CEE00AD = CLEFFA
83007CEE00AE = IGGLYBUFF
83007CEE00AF = TOGEPI
83007CEE00B0 = TOGETIC
83007CEE00B1 = NATU
83007CEE00B2 = XATU
83007CEE00B3 = MAREEP
83007CEE00B4 = FLAAFFY
83007CEE00B5 = AMPHAROS
83007CEE00B6 = BELLOSSOM
83007CEE00B7 = MARILL
83007CEE00B8 = AZUMARILL
83007CEE00B9 = SUDOWOODO
83007CEE00BA = POLITOED
83007CEE00BB = HOPPIP
83007CEE00BC = SKIPLOOM
83007CEE00BD = JUMPLUFF
83007CEE00BE = AIPOM
83007CEE00BF = SUNKERN
83007CEE00C0 = SUNFLORA
83007CEE00C1 = YANMA
83007CEE00C2 = WOOPER
83007CEE00C3 = QUAGSIRE
83007CEE00C4 = ESPEON
83007CEE00C5 = UMBREON
83007CEE00C6 = MURKROW
83007CEE00C7 = SLOWKING
83007CEE00C8 = MISDREAVUS
83007CEE00C9 = UNOWN
83007CEE00CA = WOBBUFFET
83007CEE00CB = GIRAFARIG
83007CEE00CC = PINECO
83007CEE00CD = FORRETRESS
83007CEE00CE = DUNSPARCE
83007CEE00CF = GLIGAR
83007CEE00D0 = STEELIX
83007CEE00D1 = SNUBBULL
83007CEE00D2 = GRANBULL
83007CEE00D3 = QWILFISH
83007CEE00D4 = SCIZOR
83007CEE00D5 = SHUCKLE
83007CEE00D6 = HERACROSS
83007CEE00D7 = SNEASEL
83007CEE00D8 = TEDDIURSA
83007CEE00D9 = URSARING
83007CEE00DA = SLUGMA
83007CEE00DB = MAGCARGO
83007CEE00DC = SWINUB
83007CEE00DD = PILOSWINE
83007CEE00DE = CORSOLA
83007CEE00DF = REMORAID
83007CEE00E0 = OCTILLERY
83007CEE00E1 = DELIBIRD
83007CEE00E2 = MANTINE
83007CEE00E3 = SKARMORY
83007CEE00E4 = HOUNDOUR
83007CEE00E5 = HOUNDOOM
83007CEE00E6 = KINGDRA
83007CEE00E7 = PHANPY
83007CEE00E8 = DONPHAN
83007CEE00E9 = PORYGON
83007CEE00EA = STANTLER
83007CEE00EB = SMEARGLE
83007CEE00EC = TYROGUE
83007CEE00ED = HITMONTOP
83007CEE00EE = SMOOCHUM
83007CEE00EF = ELEKID
83007CEE00F0 = MAGBY
83007CEE00F1 = MILTANK
83007CEE00F2 = BLISSEY
83007CEE00F3 = RAIKOU
83007CEE00F4 = ENTEI
83007CEE00F5 = SUICUNE
83007CEE00F6 = LARVITAR
83007CEE00F7 = PUPITAR
83007CEE00F8 = TYRANITAR
83007CEE00F9 = Lugia
83007CEE00FA = HO-OH
83007CEE00FB = CELEBI

Infinite Money Hack

For this particular hack, you’ll have to enter the master code first then add either code below.

Master codes:
00000554000A
101DC9B00007
830050000000
830050020000

Cheat code:
82025838104E
8202583AE971

FAQ

How do you use Cheats on Pokemon LeafGreen?

In the most common GBA emulator, VBA you can select the cheat drop-down list and enter any code on this page. It’s important to try not to use too many at once as it may break the game.

What is the secret key for in LeafGreen?

The secret key is found in the Pokemon Mansion by running straight up the main stairs to the third floor. There you will see a grouping of statues in the southwest corner. Check every one and you’ll find the hidden switch that will lead you to a balcony that you’ll jump off and find the key.

The key opens the Cinnabar Island Gym to continue on your journey to index every Pokemon in the game.

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