How do you get red versions Pokemon in blue version?
You link up with a friend who has Pokemon red, then you trade.
You cannot catch a growlithe in Pokemon blue. It is only available in the red version. There are Pokemon unique to red and blue versions. Growlithe is one of them. You can buy the red version or trade one of the Pokemon only available in blue with someone who has the red version
Pokémon Red and Green versions, which were released first than the better known localized versions, Pokémon Red and Blue.
Pokemon games were first released in 1995 starting with the Red and Blue versions and the Japan exclusive Green version which is the exact game as the North American Blue version.
The first Pokemon games were Pokemon Red and Green versions in Japan. Then Blue was an improvement game available in Japan through a promotion. Japan's Blue version was reprogramed to be the Red and Blue versions in the US. So, if you're speaking about worldwide, the first were Red and Green, but if you're talking about the US, the first were Red and Blue. Yellow was another modification that was based on the story of… Read More
The same ones as in the blue and red versions ... Kadabra, Machoke, Haunter and Poliwhirl.
sorry the yellow version can only trade with red blue yellow gold silver and crystal versions
Pokemon Red and Blue versions.
red and blue
there is no rock smash in Pokemon Red. there are only 5 HM's in Red version. the rock smash was introduced in the Silver and Gold versions.
Blue, Red, and Yellow.
In the Original Red and Blue versions of Pokémon, Bite was a Normal type move. In subsequent games it became a Dark type move.
No, there is no move called "Chronic Fry" in Pokémon Red & Blue Versions.
There are not many- Exeggcute (becomes Exeggcutor)(both versions) Gloom (only in the red version) (becomes Vileplume) Weepinbell (only in the blue version) (becomes Victreebell)
Syther is not available in Blue version and must be transferred from Red version.
Pokemon blue and Pokemon red
yes you may. the versions that are compatible with blue version are yellow and red. you will need a cable link, link it with other players and then you can trade or fight. *Gold, Silver and Crystal are also compatible if you are sending Pokemon found in the Kanto region, and that know moves that were in Gen 1. ~Bambi231991~
Bulbasaur is the first Pokemon according the Blue and Red versions of the game in the pokedex.
Magmar can be only captured in Blue version.
Scyther is exclusive to Pokemon Red Version and therefore cannot be obtained anywhere in Blue except through glitching.
You can't delete pokemon. You can just release it. If you want a guide, go to www.Pokeblade101.webs.com. It has a walkthrough on Pokemon Red, Blue, and Green Version.
there are a lot to mention but I'll give some. in Pokemon Yellow you can have Pikachu, Charmander, Bulbasaur and Squirtle all at the same time where in Red and Blue you can only have one. Meowth is not wild in the Yellow version but can be caught in the Blue version.
No they are not. They are only in Leaf green and Fire red versions
none its a re-make of red,yellow, and blue versions
I don't believe you can in blue, only in red. The substitute Pokemon is bellsprout.
Yes you can. Use a link cable.
Well there are 151 Pokemon in the Kento region if you are playing Red Blue or Yellow Pokemon versions.
I believe it was Pokemon red and green for the original gameboy in Japanese, then pokemon blue, and then the English versions.
Yes, these new versions are called Pokemon HeartGold and SoulSilver Versions, which were released March 14, 2010 in North America. The games are members of the Pokemon series of role-playing video games, and were developed by Game Freak and published by Nintendo for the Nintendo DS. These games were meant to be a re-introduction of Pokemon Gold and Silver Versions, much like FireRed and LeafGreen were revisions of Pokemon Red and Blue Versions (or Green… Read More
Not without Gameshark cheats. The Legendary Birds (Zaptos, Moltres and Articuno) are only avaivable on Blue/Red/Yellow version, or some newer versions.
Yes, but you'll need a link cable into the Gameboy to trade.
Ekans cannot be caught in Pokemon Blue version. You need to trade one from Pokemon Red. Similarly, Sandshrew is exclusive to Pokemon Blue.
no. not possible it either has to be 2 game boy games or 2 ds games no but you can catch all Pokemon in red or blue.,.for ex. magikarp is not in red but i have magikarp in my red.,.^_^HOW???.,., send me message if you want.,.,^_^ by:lykn0oders
Yes there are a bunch of Pokemon versions: Red, Blue, Yellow, Gold, Silver, Crystal, Ruby, Sapphire, Emerald, Firered, Leafgreen and so on.
It was the Red version with Charzard on it and the Blue version with Blastiose on it! (:
Green version is a japan only version of Red, and Blue version. But yes its real.
You can't. Apparently, it can only be found in versions Red and Yellow.
new & unnopened blue/red versions run for around 100 dollars. used&without the packaging is about 7-10
Growlithe are specific to red version and yellow version only. As are oddish
it depends on what game(s) you are playing. red, blue,and yellow versions: articuno, moltres, zapdos, (yellow version only)mew fire red, and leaf green versions: articuno, moltres, and zapdos ruby, and saphire versions: regice, regirock, registeel, kyogre(saphire), and groudon(ruby) emrald version: regice, regirock, registeel, posibly rayquaza gold, silver, and crystal versions: *do not know* diomond, pearl, and platinum versions: *do not know* heartgold, soulsilver versions: entei, raiko, lugia(soulsilver), ho-oh(heartgold)
I'm pretty sure you can't have a Ho-Oh in the original red version. To get Pokemon in the original red, blue, or yellow, you can only have the original 151 Pokemon.
It is not. Only the first 3 generations are in the Blue and Red versions. You'll have to get Darkness or Time for 4th generation pokemon.
No, because the Blue version wouldn't recognze it(I think). You can't trade from silver,gold, or crystal to anything but red,yellow,blue because new games have different Pokemon not known to old games.
Youtube video: "Catching Mew in Pokemon Red and Blue Versions" http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JkF7Xjxn9jc
You'll need to trade for it from Pokemon Red, Blue, or Yellow.
Yellow is Pikachu. Red is Rachu. Blue is......
They are both the same game, however some of the Pokemon in each game differ. Such as growlithe in red version only and vulpix in blue version only. So depending on which Pokemon which you prefer, you can decide which color is better.
You cannot get the protector to evolve Rhydon in Pokemon Red version, because Rhydon's ability to evolve with a protector into Rypherior is only available in the latest versions: Pokemon Diamond, Pearl, and Platinum. It is impossible to even get a protector in Pokemon Red version, let alone evolve Rhydon.
Same as on Red, Green, Blue, Yellow, The original Gold, And Silver versions
It's a mewtwo. Just like in the classic red, yellow, and blue versions
Pokemon games:YELLOW VERSION,BLUE VERSION,RED VERSION,SILVER VERSION,GOLD VERSION,CRYSTAL VERSION,RUBY VERSION,SAPPHIRE VERSION,FIRE RED VERSION,LEAF GREEN VERSION,EMERALD VERSION,PEARL VERSION N DIAMOND VERSION,HEART GOLD AND SOUL SILVER.