Shelved by: AshKetchup on 2012-08-05
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BUT HE FOUND THE MISSING NUMBER!!! THAT'S THE FUCKING POINT OF MATH!!!!!!
But if catches it, he risks corrupting all his (save) data!
That's just a lie that Nintendo spread to stop people using the glitch.
resetting the game fixes it also.
Nah. Catching Missingno would corrupt games. I've done it myself, unfortunately, but you can do a hard reset to fix it, also. Not that it matters much anymore. Emulators don't have that same risk, and the old cartridges are probably all dead by now.
I don't know anyone who had their game screwed up after catching him.
Tell that to my pokemon red, yellow, and gold cartriges that still work like a charm.
P.S. - Replacing the battery to fix it is like a $15-30 battery and maybe an hour of work if you don't know what you are doing and want to be safe.
Yeah, I meant the battery is dead. I know you can replace it and it'll work fine.
It took me about ten minutes thanks to a youtube video. My pokemon silver was reborn and we all rejoiced.
Would a hard reset delete all your save data though???
Then it's a most risky venture. Especially considering how far you have to be in the game to catch missingno.
aww just catch the other pokemon that show up when you do it, you can rare candy them to level 255 and then their hp bars would go across the screen like 3 times
But so help you god you don't organically level them up again or they go back to 99!
WHAT. HOW DOES ONE DOWNLOAD THIS TO THEIR CALULATOR?!?!
There's a setting on graphing calcutaters that allows you to fill in any pixel you like. So he just drew this on
This one is a drawing - look at x and y on the bottom, but here are some examples of the real deal:
well.. that ruined my day
On the other hand, buy a TI-89 Platinum and you can actually get Pokemon and other games. My friend has Kirby and Bomberman.
It. Is. Ridiculous.