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'''ROM hacking''' is where you download a copy of a [[Pokémon (Franchise)|Pokémon]] game and use a rom editor (e.g. Pokesav) to change aspects of the game.
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'''ROM hacking''' is where you download a copy of a [[Pokémon (Franchise)|Pokémon]] game and use a ROM editor (e.g. Pokesav) to change aspects of the game.
   
For example, the sprites, maps, [[Pokémon Trainer|trainers]], can all be changed relatively easily so you can end up with a game slightly different. However, seeing as all Pokémon games have similar plots, this is not usually a problem. Videos on YouTube can tell you methods for changing the game, and this is how games such as [[Pokémon Chaos Black]], Quartz, etc. have came about.
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For example, the sprites, maps, [[Pokémon Trainer|trainers]], can all be changed relatively easily so you can end up with a game slightly different. However, seeing as all Pokémon games have similar plots, this is not usually a problem. Videos on YouTube can tell you methods for changing the game, and this is how games such as Pokémon Chaos Black, Quartz, etc. have came about.
   
 
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ROM hacking is where you download a copy of a Pokémon game and use a ROM editor (e.g. Pokesav) to change aspects of the game.

For example, the sprites, maps, trainers, can all be changed relatively easily so you can end up with a game slightly different. However, seeing as all Pokémon games have similar plots, this is not usually a problem. Videos on YouTube can tell you methods for changing the game, and this is how games such as Pokémon Chaos Black, Quartz, etc. have came about.

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