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Pokémon: Mewtwo Strikes Back
Mewtwo-Chi-Title
Mewtwo Strikes Back's Title Screen
Publisher Yong Yong (original)
Li Cheng (revision)
Developer Yong Yong
Console Game Boy Color
Date 2001(?)
Engine Yong Yong Engine
Sound engine Yong Yong
Alternate names/hacks Digimon Pocket (Yong Yong), Pokémon Ruby

Pokémon: Mewtwo Strikes Back is a pirate original developed by Yong Yong/Makon Soft in 2001, and is based off Pocket Monster (Genesis/SNES).

OverviewEdit

Pokémon: Mewtwo Strikes Back runs on a revamped engine of Makon Soft's Digimon engine. The game has 8 stages, all of which are an improvement from their earlier works. Most of the enemies are taken (or at least based) from Pocket Monster, and so is the Pikachu sprite.

Like every other Makon Soft game, it has tons of glitches that make the game nearly unplayable.

Some of the music in Mewtwo Strikes Back seems a lot better than their normal rubbish, noting the intro, title and boss tracks.

Gameshark CodesEdit

Gameshark Codes for Mewtwo Strikes Back (and others on the engine)

Code Description
01636BC2

Infinite Lightning (made by Taizou)

016369C2

Infinite Health (made by RobGBA)

01636DC2

Infinite Pokéballs (made by RobGBA)

GalleryEdit

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