Pokemon Liquid Crystal Cheats & Cheat Codes for GameBoy Advance Emulators

A player choosing a Pokemon inside of Pokemon Crystal.

Pokemon Liquid Crystal Cheats & Cheat Codes for GameBoy Advance Emulators

Pokemon Liquid Crystal is a fan-made ROM hack of the original Pokemon Crystal version. To the surprise of the whole community, it was officially released in 2012 and developed by a dedicated team of fans. Liquid Crystal expands on the beloved Johto region adventure while adding a new zone.

Besides the original journey, fans can even access the popular cheat codes, such as infinite rare candies or encountering specific Pokemon. Players can use these exact codes in the Liquid Crystal version.

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Pokemon Liquid Crystal Main Characters

In Pokemon Liquid Crystal, players can encounter a wide range of characters as they explore the enhanced Johto region. And as with any Pokemon game, the main protagonist has a name, but you’ll be able to choose your own. Here is a list of the main characters in the game:

  1. Player Character (default name: Gold/Ethan): The protagonist and player-controlled character.
  2. Rival Character (default name: Silver): The player’s rival.
  3. Elm: A Pokemon Professor who provides the player with their starter Pokemon and important guidance.
  4. Lyra/Kris: A friendly NPC who can be encountered throughout the game.
  5. Falkner (Violet City Gym Leader) – Flying-type Pokemon
  6. Bugsy (Azalea Town Gym Leader) – Bug-type Pokemon
  7. Whitney (Goldenrod City Gym Leader) – Normal-type Pokemon
  8. Morty (Ecruteak City Gym Leader) – Ghost-type Pokemon
  9. Chuck (Cianwood City Gym Leader) – Fighting-type Pokemon
  10. Jasmine (Olivine City Gym Leader) – Steel-type Pokemon
  11. Pryce (Mahogany Town Gym Leader) – Ice-type Pokemon
  12. Clair (Blackthorn City Gym Leader) – Dragon-type Pokemon
  13. Will – (Elite Four) Psychic-type Pokemon
  14. Koga – (Elite Four) Poison-type Pokemon
  15. Bruno – (Elite Four) Fighting-type Pokemon
  16. Karen – (Elite Four) Dark-type Pokemon

Pokemon Titles in the Series

  1. Pokemon Red/Green/Blue (Red/Blue outside Japan) – Feb. 27, 1996 (Japan), Sept. 28, 1998 (North America)
  2. Pokemon Yellow: Special Pikachu Edition – Sept. 12, 1998 (Japan), Oct. 19, 1999 (North America)
  3. Pokemon Gold/Silver – Nov. 21, 1999 (Japan), Oct. 15, 2000 (North America)
  4. Pokemon Crystal – Dec. 14, 2000 (Japan), July 29, 2001 (North America)
  5. Pokemon Ruby/Sapphire – Nov. 21, 2002 (Japan), March 19, 2003 (North America)
  6. Pokemon Emerald – Sept. 16, 2004 (Japan), May 1, 2005 (North America)
  7. Pokemon FireRed/LeafGreen – Jan. 29, 2004 (Japan), Sept. 9, 2004 (North America)
  8. Pokemon Diamond/Pearl – Sept. 28, 2006 (Japan), April 22, 2007 (North America)
  9. Pokemon Platinum – Sept. 13, 2008 (Japan), March 22, 2009 (North America)
  10. Pokemon HeartGold/SoulSilver – Sept. 12, 2009 (Japan), March 14, 2010 (North America)
  11. Pokemon Black/White – Sept. 18, 2010 (Japan), March 6, 2011 (North America)
  12. Pokemon Black 2/White 2 – June 23, 2012 (Japan), Oct. 7, 2012 (North America)
  13. Pokemon X/Y – Oct. 12, 2013 (Worldwide)
  14. Pokemon Omega Ruby/Alpha Sapphire – Nov. 21, 2014 (Worldwide)
  15. Pokemon Sun/Moon – Nov. 18, 2016 (Worldwide)
  16. Pokemon Ultra Sun/Ultra Moon – Nov. 17, 2017 (Worldwide)
  17. Pokemon: Let’s Go, Pikachu!/Let’s Go, Eevee! – Nov. 16, 2018 (Worldwide)
  18. Pokemon Sword/Shield – Nov. 15, 2019 (Worldwide)
  19. Pokemon Brilliant Diamond/Shining Pearl – Nov. 19, 2021 (Worldwide)
  20. Pokemon Legends: Arceus – Jan. 28, 2022 (Worldwide)

Since Pokemon Liquid Crystal is a ROM hack, it feels only prudent to list some of the most popular Pokemon ROM hacks. One thing to note, it can be difficult to nail down an exact date since these are not official products by Nintendo.

  1. Pokemon Liquid Crystal – Released in 2012
  2. Pokemon Prism – Released in 2017
  3. Pokemon Gaia – Released in 2014
  4. Pokemon Glazed – Released in 2012
  5. Pokemon Light Platinum – Released in 2009

Pokemon Liquid Crystal Cheat Codes

First, you’ll need an emulator that supports cheat code functionality to use cheat codes in Pokemon Liquid Crystal. If you have one, then you’re good to follow the instructions below:

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Open your emulator and head to the settings menu or options menu. Find the cheat code section and enable it. Then you can input the codes and enjoy the game how you want.

Here are a few codes you can use for Game Shark or Code Breaker; you can find the rest here.

Game Shark (Cheat)InputCode Breaker (Cheat)Input
Unlock all Gym BadgesEFCE867D 5403D40DInfinite Experience Points0000295F000A
Walk Through Walls509197D3 542975F4
78DA95DF 44018CB4
Unlimited Rare Candy82025840 0044

Pokemon Liquid Crystal Cheat Codes FAQ

How do you enter cheats in Pokemon Crystal?

You’ll need an emulator that allows cheats like Code Breaker or Game Shark. Then, you can enter the inputs mentioned above in the cheat menu.

What is Pokemon Liquid Crystal a hack of?

Liquid Crystal was developed for the GameBoy Advanced system and uses FireRed as its base. It’s a complete remake of the original with many extra events, a brand-new region, and even weather!

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