Books: The Ultimate Code Book - Cheating Made Easy Secret Codes 2003 - Nintendo 64 Secret CodesLast Updated: 7/22/00. Wrap tip Take pictures of Pokemon Change Stadiums and backgrounds while taking pictures Faint up in the sky Easily beat Mewtwo Get more Pokemon Gym Leader Castle Lineups Hyper difficulty Mew Fly or Dig tip 16 bonus backgrounds Amnesia Psyduck Special Pokemon Cup info Surfing Pikachu Trainer Pokemon Selection Tips Pika Pika sounds Battle the strongest Pokemon Doduo Mode Dodrio Mode R-2 Mode New Title Screen Color variations
Wrap tipSent in by Code Hunter at The Unofficial World of Nintendo!!! When the move "Wrap" is used against you in battle, switch your Pokemon after the first attack (in the succession of 2-5) hits you. There will be no penalty to you for switching Pokemon (i.e. your enemy does not get a free hit on you). Doing this stops the wrap completely and gives you the chance to "choose your attack." If the Pokemon you bring out is faster than the Pokemon wrapping you, you will even get in the first hit.
Take pictures of PokemonSent in by Code Hunter To take pictures of Pokemon, go to the main menu where you can select stadium, VS Battle, Battle NOW, or Gallery. Open up gallery and scroll down the left side of the screen to snap picture of Pokemon. Then, select your gamepack, or rental pack, and choose what Pokemon you want to snap. Then, you can take pictures of the Pokemon you selected. Move the camera angle with the D-pad, and snap a picture with A. After about five seconds, the Pokemon will do a special move. EXAMPLE: Mew will spin around really fast, Flareon will turn around and shake his butt at you. You can bring your pack to Blockbuster and print out stickers if you want. Have fun with your camera!
Change Stadiums and backgrounds while taking picturesTo change Stadiums and backgrounds while taking pictures, push L.
Faint up in the skySent in by Code Hunter at The Unofficial World of Nintendo!!! During a battle your Pokemon has to be poisoned and have to have at least low HP like 5 or 6 Hit Points and it must know fly. Have it use Fly. When it faints from poison it will faint up in the sky like how it does on the ground, sort of like an invisible ground in the sky.
Easily beat MewtwoTo beat Mewtwo easily just get a level 100 Snorlax. Teach it Self destruct. Then give Snorlax the max amount of Calcium and iron and when you get to Mewtwo just Self destruct. Mewtwo should almost die so just put in another guy with Self destruct and use it. I recommend using Snorlax because Snorlax special is Self destruct!! Make sure Mewtwo doesn't hit you with a critical hit though!
Get more PokemonSent in by Code Hunter at The Unofficial World of Nintendo!!! First catch a low level Pokemon that you don't mind getting rid of. Next transfer all Pokemon, except the low level Pokemon you just got, to the Pokemon boxes on Bill's PC. Next save in the Pokemon center. Now on Pokemon Stadium go to the lab and transfer all the Pokemon in the Game Boy Pokemon boxes to the N64 Pokemon boxes. Next start your Game Boy game over. Once you can buy poke balls go to the Pokemon center and save. Next go back to the Pokemon Stadium's lab and move all the Pokemon in the N64 Pokemon boxes to the Game Boy Pokemon boxes. Go back to the Game Boy game and you should have all your Pokemon back, except the low level one, plus you can the ones you need. You can repeat this code as needed.
Gym Leader Castle LineupsSent in by Code Hunter Brock - Blastoise, Charizard, Venusaur, Seadrea, Gengar, Poliwrath Misty - Venusaur, Victreebell, Blastoise, Gengar, Lapras, Jynx Lt. Surge - Golem, Graveler, Onix, Wheezing, Venusaur, Dragonite Erica - Charizard, Magmar, Ninetails, Poliwrath, Venusaur, Jynx Koga - Magneton, Riachu, Venomoth, Charizard, Golem, Mr. Mime Sabrina - Gengar, Marowak, Magmar, Vaporeon, Jolteon, Flareon Blaine - Blastoise, Seadrea, Onix, Golem, Vaporeon, Wheezing Giovanni and Gary - Persian, Blastoise, Mewtwo, Mew*, Wheezing, Charizard Gym Leader Castle - Same as Giovanni If you don't have Mew then use Alakazam.
Hyper difficultyTo gain the "Hyper" difficulty for the CPU opponents in the Kids' Club (minigames area), play "Who's The Best?" mode on Hard difficulty. Set the number of wins needed to 5 or higher. You must win 5 games (stars) in a row without losing once. Once you manage to do this, a message will appear on screen saying that the CPU can now play at "Hyper" difficulty. This is the mode of difficulty you see on the demos if you leave it at the title screen long enough. It's extremely difficult to win against these super-players, but if you're looking for a challenge, go for it!
MewSent in by Code Hunter at The Unofficial World of Nintendo!!! Get to Round 2, by beating Round 1 Mewtwo. In Round 2, go to 'Free Battle', 'Prime Cup', or 'Gym Leader Castle'. Mew is accessible as the last rental Pokemon in these three modes.
Fly or Dig tipSent in by Code Hunter Here is a trick that will help you if the Pokemon you are fighting uses Fly or Dig. After it has flew up high or dug a hole use Swift. Since it is so accurate it will hit the Pokemon even though you are suppose to miss it.
16 bonus backgroundsSent in by Code Hunter Beat R-1 mode and R-2 Mode (including Mewtwo). Once you do that you are given a set of bonus stickers that you can access in the Gallery Mode. Go to the Gallery main screen. When there move the cursor to print and press and hold L and R. Once you keep the buttons pressed for a while the Print option will now change to Bonus. You now have 16 bonus backgrounds.
Amnesia PsyduckSent in by Code Hunter at The Unofficial World of Nintendo!!! To get the special Amnesia Psyduck (that you can upload to Pokemon Red/Blue/Yellow), register all 151 Pokemon in the hall of fame (on Pokemon Stadium not Red/Blue/Yellow) and you will be awarded Amnesia Psyduck!
Special PokemonSent in by Code Hunter Whenever you complete Gym Leader Castle, (actually, just the Elite 4 and your rival) you can receive a special Pokemon to download to your Pokemon game! These Pokemon consist of: Eevee Hitmonlee Hitmonchan Squirtle Charmander Bulbasaur Omanyte Kabuto NOTE: These Pokemon are given at random every time you beat it.
Cup infoSent in by Code Hunter at The Unofficial World of Nintendo!!! Pika Cup: Pokemon can be between level 15-20. Petit Cup: Pokemon can be up to level 30. Height limit of 6'8" and weight limit of 44 pounds. Poke Cup: You can only use 3 Pokemon (of levels 50-55). The sum of the Pokemon's levels cannot exceed 155. Prime Cup: All Pokemon allowed. Opponents are always level 100.
Surfing PikachuSent in by Code Hunter To get the Surfing Pikachu, use Pikachu as one of the 3 Pokemon that battle in the Prime Cup, Master Ball Division. (You must beat Poke Ball, Great Ball, and Ultra Ball Divisions) Also, it must be Round 2. (after you beat all the cups) Make sure the Pikachu is YOUR Pikachu, not a rented Pikachu. The other five Pokemon also must be yours. Beat it, and you see a ending with Pikachu on a surfboard. Now you can play the Surfing Pikachu in Yellow Version. (Your Pikachu cannot know Surf, or this code won't work).
Trainer Pokemon Selection TipsSent in by Code Hunter at The Unofficial World of Nintendo!!! Trainer #1: Bug Boy Bug Boy's Pokemon: Caterpy, Weedly, Pary, Oddy, Bellsy, and Eggy Recommended To Use: Cubone (It knows fire blast!) Trainer #2: Lad Lad's Pokemon: Piddy, Ratty, Ditty, Bulby, Ekansy, and Zubaty Recommended to Use: Geodude, Cubone, Abra Trainer #3: Nerd Nerd's Pokemon: Dudegeo, Lygast, Orbvoit, Dersell, Fingkof, and Cutegg Recommended to Use: Bulbasaur, Geodude, Abra Trainer #4: Sailor Sailors Pokemon: Krablor, Sealor, Magilor, Choplor, Goldor, and Spealor Recommended to Use: Pikachu, Abra, and your choice Trainer #5: Jr.(Girl) Jr.'s Pokemon: Cucu, Growlgrowl, Meowmeow, Abab, Polipoli, and Jigjig. Recommended to Use: Bulbasaur, Geodude, and Pikachu Trainer #6: Jr. (boy) Jr.'s Pokemon: Digster, Magster, Fetchant, Zuster, Charmant, and Squirtle Recommended to Use: Bulbasaur, Geodude, and Pikachu Trainer #7: Lass Lass's Pokemon: Kabutess, Pikette, Vuless, Clefairess, Puffette, and Eevette Recommended to Use: Bulbasaur, Geodude, and your choice. Last Trainer: Poke'maniac Poke'maniac's Pokemon: Nidomania, Ranmania, Dratimania, Shrewmania, Psymania, and Omania Recommended to Use: Abra, Blubasaur, and Pikachu. Pokemon levels must be between 25 and 30. The combined levels of fighting Pokemon mustn't exceed 80. Pokemon must be 6'8" tall or less and weigh 44 pounds or less. Mew can't compete. Only un-evolved Pokemon can be use.
Pika Pika soundsSent in by Code Hunter at The Unofficial World of Nintendo!!! If you import your Pikachu form Red or Blue versions of Pokemon you get a Pikachu with the general growl (also looks more aggressive), but if you import your Pikachu from the Yellow version it will make the Pika Pika sounds (and looks very happy).
Battle the strongest PokemonSent in by Code Hunter To battle the strongest Pokemon, first you have to completely finish all of the cups in Stadium Mode along with Gym Leader Castle. Night falls on the stadium, and Mewtwo floats above, waiting. Move the cursor over Mewtwo and press A to enter the battle. You may use up to six Pokemon.
Doduo ModeSent in by Code Hunter Doduo Mode: Simply beat the Poke Cup. The Doduo upgrade doubles the speed of the play of Pokemon Red, Blue, and Yellow on the N64.
Dodrio ModeSent in by Code Hunter at The Unofficial World of Nintendo!!! Dodrio Mode: Beat the Prime Cup (after you have already beaten the Poke Cup). Speed is now even faster. By pressing C-Right during the game in Pokemon Red, Blue, or Yellow, you can switch between Doduo and Dodrio Modes.
R-2 ModeSent in by Code Hunter There is a secret R-2 Mode in Pokemon Stadium. After you have beaten the Stadium and Gym Leader Castle Modes, beat Mewtwo. After the credits roll, the R-2 Mode will be unlocked. It is much harder and has new battles. You can toggle between R-2 and Regular Mode at the start-up screen by pressing C-Right.
New Title ScreenSent in by Code Hunter By beating the Stadium and Gym Leader Castle Modes alone, you receive a new title screen: Pikachu, Blastoise, Charizard, Venusaur and Mewtwo are pictured.
Color variationsSent in by Code Hunter at The Unofficial World of Nintendo!!! The secret to the color variations lie in the names you give your Pokemon as well as your trainer ID number (assigned to you in Pokemon Blue, Red or Yellow, whenever you start a new game). While there are a few secret names that change only certain Pokemon's colors, there are a few naming tricks that result in different color variations. For example: Use only lower caps (ie: poliwhirl) Reverse the syllables (ie: DRILLBEE) Abridge the names (ie: Pika)
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