|Pokémon Brown |
|Base ROM||Pokémon Red|
Pokémon Brown is a ROM hack of Pokémon Red, created in 2004 by Koolboyman. The game takes place in a new region, Rijon, which is south of Johto. The first 151 Pokémon in the Rijon Pokédex are the same as those in the Kanto Dex. In the 2009 remake, the Dex was expanded to 224 Pokémon, and the 2014 remake added Sylveon. The game also includes five new Elemental Types.
- 224 Pokémon from Gen I-IV and one from Gen VI for a total of 225 Pokémon. (Version 2014)
- New Pokémon Evolutions
- New Types
- New TMs and HMs
- New Moves
- A new music track, including tunes from Johto,
- Post-game quest
New TM's and HM's
The TM set for Pokémon Brown has changed a bit from the one introduced in Pokémon Red/Blue, with twelve TMs altered. The game features 50 TMs and four HMs.
Main Article: List of TMs in Pokémon Brown
Pokémon Type Changes
In game, there are five new types: Wood, Gas, Abnormal, Wind and Sound.
Main Article: Elemental Types
- Clefairy/Clefable: Normal -> Fairy
- Koffing/Weezing: Poison -> Poison/Gas
- Marill/Azumarill: Water -> Water/Fairy
- Bellsprout/Weepinbell/Victreebel: Grass/Poison -> Grass/Wood
- Exeggutor: Grass/Psychic -> Psychic/Wood
- Gastly/Haunter/Gengar: Ghost/Poison -> Gas/Ghost
- Porygon/Porygon2/Porygon-Z: Normal -> Abnormal
- Ditto: Normal -> Abnormal
Pokémon Brown features special items that trigger evolution for Pokémon that would normally be difficult or impossible to obtain. That includes trade evolutions and stages that were not present in earlier generations, as well as making all Eeveelutions possible.
- Electabuzz -> Electivire (use Electrizer)
- Magmar -> Magmortar (use Magmarizer)
- Rhydon -> Rhyperior (use Protector)
- Porygon -> Porygon2 (use Up-Grade)
- Porygon2 -> Porygon-Z (use Dubious Disk)
- Onix -> Steelix (use Metal Coat)
- Scyther -> Scizor (use Metal Coat)
- Sneasel -> Weavile (use Razor Claw)
- Gligar -> Gliscor (use Razor Fang)
- Magneton -> Magnezone (use Coronet Stone)
- Misdreavus -> Mismagius (use Dusk Stone)
- Murkrow -> Honchkrow (use Dusk Stone)
- Kadabra -> Alakazam (use Trade Stone)
- Haunter -> Gengar (use Trade Stone)
- Machoke -> Machamp (use Trade Stone)
- Graveler -> Golem (use Trade Stone)
- Yanma -> Yanmega (Lvl 43)
- Chansey -> Blissey (Lvl 55)
- Tangela -> Tangrowth (Lvl 55)
- Togepi -> Togetic (Lvl 20)
- Togetic -> Togekiss (use Shiny Stone)
- Golbat -> Crobat (Lvl 50)
- Piloswine -> Mamoswine (Lvl 58)
- Slowpoke -> Slowking (use King's Rock)
- Poliwhirl -> Politoed (use King's Rock)
- Seadra -> Kingdra (use Dragon Scale)
- Eevee -> Espeon (level up an Eevee from the International Tunnel or level up the first Eevee from the Game Corner)
- Eevee -> Umbreon (level up an Eevee from the cave north of Seashore City)
- Eevee -> Leafeon (level up the Eevee obtained in a trade in Botan City)
- Eevee -> Glaceon (level up the second Eevee from the Game Corner)
- Eevee -> Sylveon (use Magic Wand; 2014 version only)
Catch 'em All
210 of the 225 Pokémon in the Rijon Dex are obtainable without using glitches or external trading. Certain legendary Pokémon, such as Articuno, Zapdos, and Moltres, are randomly assigned upon creating a new save file so that only those generated can be caught in the wild in that save.
- Wing Attack's base damaged has been increased to 60.
- You can now bike in Castro Forest, Haunted Forest, various Route Gates that wouldn't let you before, and in Johto.
- Certain Pokémon can now learn TMs that they couldn't learn before.
- It's now impossible to transfer your Pokémon Red/Pre 2014 version Brown save to the new version without glitching the game and messing the Pokédex and item list