Bootlegs of Telefang 1

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The 2-in-1 Pokémon Diamond and Jade bootleg cartridge.
  • A 2-in-1 multicart of the Chinese versions also exists. [1]
  • 2-in-1 Pokémon Crystal and Pokémon Diamond[6].
  • 2-in-1 Pokémon Diamond and Pokémon Jade[7].
  • 3-in-1 Pokémon Diamond, Pokémon Jade and Pokémon Crystal[8].
  • 58-in-1 with Pokémon Diamond and Pokémon Crystal.[9]
  • Telefang (NES) - An low quality NES port made by Waixing, a pirate Chinese company who is notorious for making many other bootleg games as well[10]. The music in the pirated NES game is not from Telefang, and the battle system is very different. The Denjuu have Pokémon names, and this pirate even has the first 11 Pokémon from Ruby/Sapphire (though with wrong names).

Several Famicom ports of Telefang NES made by Waixing also exist:

  • Kou Dai Jing Ling - Fei Cui (Famicom)
  • Pet Jade/Pocket Elves IV
  • Pocket Diamond/Pocket Elves 2
  • Pokémon Great Collection (Kou Dai Guai Shou Da Ji He) - A Chinese hack of Telefang Speed. The sprites of the denjuu are all replaced by Pokémon in-game, and the title screen has been edited to feature Pikachu and a different title logo. The Pokémon sprites used appear to have been taken from Pokémon Gold/Silver. The text in the game is apparently in Japanese and the names have been edited to match the appropriate Japanese names for the Pokémon, although it's not known whether any of the other text from the original Telefang Speed has been changed or not.[11][12]
  • Digimon Data - A Chinese hack of the first Telefang games, although which version is unknown. Some of the sprites of the denjuu are replaced by Digimon and the remaining denjuu are given garbled names (such as Wrumu). Many of the Digimon are also given random names. It is apparently poorly translated from Chinese to English or Japanese. The game is also poorly hacked, suffering from glitches and crashing after certain events.[13]
  • Telefang 1 Power/Speed (Chinese) - Unofficial Chinese ports of Telefang Power and Speed versions.[14]

Telefang 1 in other bootlegs[edit]

As well as the original games being bootlegged, material from the games such as sprites or sound effects have appeared in unrelated bootlegs of other games.

  • Edited sprites of Fungus, Scorpil, Lychnis, Vanda, Gymnos and Shellstera appear as enemy monsters in Shi Kong Xing Shou, a pirate GBC game by Vast Fame.[15]
  • Telefang 1's sound engine has been used in Digimon Rury, an unlicensed GBA RPG that contains signs of being developed by Vast Fame.
  • An edited version of Angios' sprite from the title screen of Telefang Power version appears on the title screen of a bootleg NES game called Kou Dai Jing Ling Zuan Shi.[16]
  • Pirated sound effects and music from Telefang 1 appear in the bootleg game Sky Dragon for the GBC. The tunes that have been pirated include Barran Desert, Pepperi Mountain and the music that plays inside caves.[17]

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