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SGB Pocket Monsters: Green (JPN v1.0) "warp glitch" in 04:24.37 by p4wn3r.
VBA movie (.vbm) (date: 2010-10-10)
MP4 file via BitTorrent (size: 6.1 MB, length: 06:10)
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Obsoletes movie #941 (04:24.53)
Rating: 6.6 (21 votes)
- Major skip glitch
- Final boss skip glitch
- Heavy glitch abuse
- Corrupts memory
- Heavy luck manipulation
- Genre: RPG

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This game (along with Pocket Monsters: Red) is the Japanese version of the first generation of Pokémon games and the first ever Pokémon game.

This run, a ten frame improvement over the previous version, abuses a glitch that was fixed in later releases of Pocket Monsters (Pokémon) that allows a player to warp freely through the world. Victory is achieved in a matter of minutes with this route. Normally, the game takes well over an hour at the fastest to finish.

To see a more substantial run of the first generation of Pokémon, watch this movie. For a less substantial run (which also demonstrates that they didn't fix all the glitches in later versions), watch this one.

Note: This movie requires VBA rerecording v20, as it does not sync on any other version.
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