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Welcome to Wikifang, an independent wiki on the chain of Smilesoft games, namely the Keitai Denjuu Telefang (携帯電獣テレファング) series, the GachaSta! Dino Device series and Network Adventure Bugsite. We are creating a definitive guide to these games, and everyone can help, even without logging in. We are working on 854 articles, have 4,106 files and 5,872 pages total right now!

This wiki has undergone a move from Wikia and currently contains all the original articles. It also houses the Telefang 1 translation patch, information about which you can find to your right.



Important Aspects

  • Manga - The manga adaptation of the Telefang games.
  • Denjuu | Dinos | Bugs - The monsters roaming in their world.
  • Phone numbers - The method to call Denjuu friends.
  • Battles - Because every game needs them.
  • Items - The necessities that everyone needs for daily trips.
  • Moves - The moves that are used to attack others for survival.
  • Types
  • Humans
    • T-Fangers - The people who have Denjuu friends.
    • Hackers - The people who utilize Bugs.
  • Locations - The different cities and towns throughout the whole of the three worlds.
  • Evolution - Because everyone needs to advance.
  • Glitches
Telefang Translation Patch

The patch currently only works with the Power version of the game.

The latest version is v108 by andwhyisit

  • Fixes the bug where Denjuu with a contact number greater than 16 (as in your 17th Denjuu) would return the name of the Denjuu with contact number "((contactnum-1)%16)+1" instead.

Keitai Denjuu Telefang
Text dump and translationsKnown bugsThings to doVersion history

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