The various "Pokemon" games span many platforms. In the Nintendo 64 games, only the two "Pokemon Stadium" titles are capable of accepting Pokemon transfers. The first "Pokemon Stadium" trades with "Pokemon Red", "Blue" or "Yellow," while the second "Stadium" also supports "Gold," "Silver" and "Crystal" versions. Your Gameboy cartridge will need to be one of these versions of the Pokekmon games in order for the ROM game (the game run by the emulator), to accept the transfer. These games first appeared for older Nintendo consoles, but a Nintendo DS is most efficient, as the console can trade wirelessly.
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Things you need
- N64 emulator with wireless capability
- Nintendo DS (any version)
- Pokemon game cartridge
Turn on the emulator's wireless capability. This is found under "Options," then "Link Options," but can vary by program.
Save your game in the cartridge version while standing outside of a Pokemon Center. On the emulator, go to the Pokemon Lab.
Walk to the PC in the emulator game, and select Pokemon. Change the box to one of the N64 boxes, then select the Pokemon you wish to trade. Save and quit the game, then restart. Re-enter the Pokemon Lab.
Walk upstairs in the Pokemon Center on the cartridge game. Enter the middle door to establish the wireless connection.
Select the Pokemon in the cartridge game that will be sent in return. Select "OK" to confirm the trade.
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