How to Use Running Shoes in "Pokemon Pearl" Emulator

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How to Use Running Shoes in "Pokemon Pearl" Emulator
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Running Shoes were introduced in Game Freak's 2002 double release, "Pokemon Ruby" and "Pokemon Sapphire." They have since been a standard item received in all "Pokemon" sequels. Obtained fairly early in the game, they allow the player to run while holding the "B" button. Emulators are computer programs that mimic a game. Using the Running Shoes in "Pokemon Pearl" with an emulator is as simple as pressing the correct key that is mapped to the emulator from your computer's keyboard.

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Things you need

  • Nintendo DS emulator
  • Pokemon Pearl ROM

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  1. 1

    Receive the running shoes in "Pokemon Pearl" from your mother after returning to Twinleaf Town upon obtaining your first Pokemon.

  2. 2

    Click "Options" in the window of the emulator.

  3. 3

    Click "Controls Setup" on the list that drops down.

  4. 4

    Map "Button B" to any key on your keyboard you prefer in the right column titled "Keyboard"

  5. 5

    Press the key in game to be sure you mapped the correct key.

Tips and warnings

  • This procedure is based on using the "NO$GBA" emulator. Any Nintendo DS emulator will suffice. A different emulator's menus may slightly differ, but will be easily discernible.
  • Since the decision of Atari v. JS&A; in 1983, it is technically illegal in the United States to own a ROM of a video game, even if you own the physical copy. However, it can be argued that people may legally play ROMS for personal use under the Fair Use Doctrine.

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