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With Halloween coming soon, now is the perfect time to
hawk our junk remember everyone’s favorite creepypasta and haunted video game, Pokémon (Creepy) Black.
Guys, wouldn’t it be crazy if (Creepy) Black was real? Like, if you could pop a cartridge into your system, show it to your friends, and see them flip out?
What if I told you there’s a way to get your own (Creepy) Black DS or 3DS cart? Or that if you’re reckless enough to try it, you can relive the story on your system?
So, submitted for the approval of the Midnight Society, I call this post… How to make your own Pokémon (Creepy) Black cart!
Team Creepy Black, the team working on a patch inspired by the “super creepy Pokémon hack” story we shared months ago, has released its first demo!
As covered before, this isn’t an exact replica of the original haunted game, as it’s a modification of Pokémon FireRed for the GBA, not the Pokémon Game Boy releases.
I haven’t tried it out myself, as I don’t have a backup of FireRed to test the patch on, so I can’t say much about the quality or progress of the patch, but you can check out a screenshot and a video for an old build after the break:
Inspired by the (most likely fictional) tale we posted a week ago about the “super creepy Pokémon hack”, a group of ROM hackers are trying to create a patch that will mimic the mechanics of the haunted bootleg.
The team is making the patch for Pokémon FireRed and not just Red, so you won’t be able to play this on an old school Game Boy, as in the original story. From what I can tell, the group wants to make two versions — one that stays true to what was described in the “super creepy Pokémon hack” post, and another that’s inspired by the story but incorporates some creative additions.
If you know anything about scripting or programming, feel free to lend a hand! Hopefully, this project will actually see completion (unlike 95 percent of most other homebrew projects), so people can burn the patched game to flashcarts and leave them lying around flea markets/thrift stores/garage sales/etc for kids to discover.