You cannot play Pokémon Ruby online. The game was released for the Game Boy Advance in 2003, and the console did not have online functionality at that time. A wireless adapter was released in 2004, but Pokémon Ruby does ... More »

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Play the online version of “Pokemon Silver” on websites that offer online emulation, such as PlayR.com. This website features an online emulator that lets people play GameBoy games without having to download anything. Al... More »

Team Magma's hideout is a cave located east of Lilycove City, which the player can reach by surfing. In the Pokemon Ruby gameplay, the hideout will not be accessible to the player when he first arrives at Lilycove City b... More »

Jirachi cannot be caught in the wild in "Pokémon Emerald," and aside from trading with another player, the only means of obtaining him is to transfer him in from "Pokémon Ruby" or "Sapphire." Transferring requires the us... More »

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In Pokémon Ruby version, the Waterfall move is taught by HM07 (a hidden machine). HM07 is found in the Cave of Origin, which is located in Sootopolis City. More »

"Pokémon Colosseum" contains various in-game secrets that players can find while playing it, such as Level 100 battles at the Orre Colosseum or the trade machine device that allows players to trade Pokémon from either "P... More »

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Poochyena, a dark Pokémon, evolves into Mightyena at level 18. Known as the "Bite Pokémon," it was introduced in the Generation Three series of games: Pokémon Ruby, Sapphire, Fire Red, Leaf Green and Emerald. More »

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