GBC - Pokémon: Gold Version



  • RPG


Pokémon Gold and Silver form the second generation of Pokémon, after Pokémon Red and Blue. The main differences between the generations is that the game is now in full color, and that there are 251 Pokémon instead of 151.
CasualPokePlayer employs a staggering amount of luck manipulation and extremely careful routing (accomplished using the RouteTwo program) in order to improve upon the previous movie by 00:35.50 seconds. Only a few Pokémon are collected in this run, but all gym badges are acquired before defeating the protagonist of the previous generation of Pokémon games.

You can watch the complete run played back on console
Pokémon: Gold, Silver and Crystal from the second generation of Pokémon, after Red Version and Blue Version. New features include full color, a new region called Johto, and 100 all new Pokémon.
In this run, CasualPokePlayer improves on the previous movie by exploiting a point in Gold. For more information, see the author's comments.
Watch this run being played back on a real console
The baseline tab shows the default movie beating the game as fast as possible without any special conditions.

Game Versions

Type Name Region Version Sha1 Md5
Good Pokemon - Gold Version (USA, Europe) (SGB Enhanced) (GB Compatible) UE d8b8a3600a465308c9953dfa04f0081c05bdcb94 a6924ce1f9ad2228e1c6580779b23878
Good Pocket Monsters Kin (Japan) (SGB Enhanced) (GB Compatible) J r0 8814f1039450a5d3684b1389f588ccd7ee7c3436 85be569fe89f58c40f60480313314c67
Good Pocket Monsters Kin (Japan) (Rev A) (SGB Enhanced) (GB Compatible) J r1 a222402235d484ee8e39f3f31bae57cf13daf585 79aece8a042e4fa57aba9455c4d21a97