Walkthrough Walls & Cheats for "Pokemon: Leaf Green" on VisualBoy
By James Woudon
Updated September 22, 2017
VirtualBoy is an open-source emulator for Windows, Linux and Mac OS personal computers. It emulates Game Boy Color, Game Boy Advance and Nintendo DS through backup images of portable games. In addition to emulating these portable consoles, VirtualBoy can use hex-editing codes from Code Breaker and Game Shark. Using hex-editing cheats is the only way players can walk through walls in "Pokemon Leaf Green," a Game Boy Advance entry in the extremely successful "Pokemon" series.
GameShark and CodeBreaker Master Code
The "Walk Through Walls" code only works if you first input a "master code" that activates the ability to use hex manipulating codes. Otherwise, the "Walk Through Walls " code either will not work at all or can potentially corrupt your save. Enter this code in the Gameshark or CodeBreaker entry for Pokemon Leaf Green with spaces every eight characters:
"888CE486 DC49F2EF 56671F3A 6F4F4D6B 24C35E88 037C3033 78DA95DF 44018CB4 28F71F08 ABB36538 69BA4F26 72716663"
Action Replay Master Code
The Action Replay, also known in Europe as CodeJunkies, is a different hex-editing software that can produce the same effects as the GameShark and CodeBreakers. Since the code of the various hex-editors is proprietary, they sometimes require different codes. Enter this master code, with spaces after every eight characters:
"72BC6DFB E9CA5465 A47FB2DC 1AF3CA86"
Walk Through Walls Code
The "Walk Through Walls" code works for any cheat system, CodeBreaker, GameShark or Action Replay. The "Walk Through Walls" code actually allows your trainer to walk across any surface, so it can also be used to walk across water. Players often use this code in order to access new areas in the game out of sequence, then save the game and remove the code in order to play the game normally.
509197D3 542975F4 78DA95DF 44018CB4
Useful Wall Walking Spots
In some areas, elevators, staircases and the entrances of buildings are guarded by guards and Team Rocket members that won't let you enter without a key or proper identification. In addition to this, many areas are blocked off by rocks and trees that can normally only be passed by using the special TM moves, like Cut, Surf and Dig.
Based in the New York City Metro area, James Woudon began writing in 1999. He is a former editor of the college publication, "John Doe Comics." Woudon holds a Bachelor of Arts in communications from Rutgers University.