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Anonymous
October 19, 2004 7:31:32 AM

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In fire red is the yellow flute from the game center worth the 1600
coins or is it a one shot item??

And has any one got the berry machine to work when useing the base
station and one GBA?


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Anonymous
October 19, 2004 5:14:14 PM

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"richard e white" <chiphead@cox.net> wrote in message
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> In fire red is the yellow flute from the game center worth the 1600
> coins or is it a one shot item??

Like the Poké Flute, it can be used as many times as you like.

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LeafGreen PokéDex: 107
Anonymous
October 19, 2004 5:27:16 PM

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"STEFFAN HEDD ALUN" <sha3@aber.ac.uk> wrote in message
news:1098188059.398609@leri.aber.ac.uk...
> "richard e white" <chiphead@cox.net> wrote in message
> news:4174ED04.F7A30AE4@cox.net...
>> In fire red is the yellow flute from the game center worth the 1600
>> coins or is it a one shot item??
>
> Like the Poké Flute, it can be used as many times as you like.
>
> --
> Steffan Alun
>
> http://iceduck.pkmn.co.uk/ - my site
> http://www.pkmn.co.uk/ - want Pokeyman?
>
> Sapphire PokéDex: 201
>
> LeafGreen PokéDex: 107
>

what is the point in buying the yellow flute?
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October 19, 2004 5:43:12 PM

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mewthree wrote:

> what is the point in buying the yellow flute?

It's the same as the yellow flute from r/s.
playing it will snap a pokemon out of confusion.
Anonymous
October 19, 2004 7:14:21 PM

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regal wrote:
> mewthree wrote:
>
>
>>what is the point in buying the yellow flute?
>
>
> It's the same as the yellow flute from r/s.
> playing it will snap a pokemon out of confusion.

very helpful
Anonymous
October 19, 2004 10:34:39 PM

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I use the GCN/GB adapter to crush berries with my GBA (wireless adapter on
both). I think that is what your second question was about.


"richard e white" <chiphead@cox.net> wrote in message
news:4174ED04.F7A30AE4@cox.net...
> In fire red is the yellow flute from the game center worth the 1600
> coins or is it a one shot item??
>
> And has any one got the berry machine to work when useing the base
> station and one GBA?
>
>
> --
> Richard The Blind Typer
> Lets Hear It For Talking Computers.
>
>
Anonymous
October 20, 2004 9:45:30 AM

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theMonitor wrote:

> I use the GCN/GB adapter to crush berries with my GBA (wireless adapter on
> both). I think that is what your second question was about.
>
> "richard e white" <chiphead@cox.net> wrote in message
> news:4174ED04.F7A30AE4@cox.net...
> > In fire red is the yellow flute from the game center worth the 1600
> > coins or is it a one shot item??
> >
> > And has any one got the berry machine to work when useing the base
> > station and one GBA?
> >
> >
> > --
> > Richard The Blind Typer
> > Lets Hear It For Talking Computers.
> >
> >

No my question was could it be done.
You see I had two kids that could not find out how to do it. I don't know if
they miss read the old mans insturitions or what.
But they thought there must be a new machine to do it not that you needed the
wireless adapters in and then go to the direct link area.
Some times I really want to slap people.
I told them to click on every thing and they said they did.
Then I goof around with it for a bout ten minutes and I find it and I can no
longer even see the screen.
Oh well at least I not being bugged any more over it.
For a while there I was wishing that I sold it rather then give it to my
younger relatives.


--
Richard The Blind Typer
Lets Hear It For Talking Computers.
Anonymous
October 20, 2004 2:03:12 PM

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the third person in the Link Room (with the direct connect cable icon on
floor) has the berry crush, when you have the "powder jar".


"richard e white" <chiphead@cox.net> wrote in message
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> theMonitor wrote:
>
>> I use the GCN/GB adapter to crush berries with my GBA (wireless adapter
>> on
>> both). I think that is what your second question was about.
>>
>> "richard e white" <chiphead@cox.net> wrote in message
>> news:4174ED04.F7A30AE4@cox.net...
>> > In fire red is the yellow flute from the game center worth the 1600
>> > coins or is it a one shot item??
>> >
>> > And has any one got the berry machine to work when useing the base
>> > station and one GBA?
>> >
>> >
>> > --
>> > Richard The Blind Typer
>> > Lets Hear It For Talking Computers.
>> >
>> >
>
> No my question was could it be done.
> You see I had two kids that could not find out how to do it. I don't know
> if
> they miss read the old mans insturitions or what.
> But they thought there must be a new machine to do it not that you needed
> the
> wireless adapters in and then go to the direct link area.
> Some times I really want to slap people.
> I told them to click on every thing and they said they did.
> Then I goof around with it for a bout ten minutes and I find it and I can
> no
> longer even see the screen.
> Oh well at least I not being bugged any more over it.
> For a while there I was wishing that I sold it rather then give it to my
> younger relatives.
>
>
> --
> Richard The Blind Typer
> Lets Hear It For Talking Computers.
>
>
Anonymous
October 21, 2004 1:08:12 AM

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richard e white wrote:

> I told them to click on every thing and they said they did.
> Then I goof around with it for a bout ten minutes and I find it and I can no
> longer even see the screen.
>
I have a couple questions for you, personally:
1. Do you play Pokemon or any other video games?
2. If yes, how do you do it? You're blind, as your signature says. I
once saw this documentary on video games and at one point they introduce
us to this blind girl who plays Pokemon on a GameBoy Color (I think.
Could be Pocket). She even has a favorite, which is Bayleef. It just
baffles me that someone who can't see can play a video game. How could
it possibly be accomplished?

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October 21, 2004 2:11:17 PM

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"Chet Weaver would like to point out that Halloween lasts an hour longer
this year" <zeroohki@netscape.net> wrote in message
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> 2. If yes, how do you do it? You're blind, as your signature says. I
> once saw this documentary on video games and at one point they introduce
> us to this blind girl who plays Pokemon on a GameBoy Color (I think. Could
> be Pocket). She even has a favorite, which is Bayleef. It just baffles
> me that someone who can't see can play a video game. How could it
> possibly be accomplished?


I remember seeing something similar about a blind guy who played video
games. This was back in the 16 bit days, I believe.
Anonymous
October 21, 2004 2:52:05 PM

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Chad <lgayman@ix.netcom.com> wrote:
> I remember seeing something similar about a blind guy who played
> video games. This was back in the 16 bit days, I believe.

It goes back even further... after all, that deaf, dumb, and blind kid sure
plays mean pinball.

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Anonymous
October 22, 2004 5:55:39 AM

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Chet Weaver would like to point out that Halloween lasts an hour longer this year wrote:

> richard e white wrote:
>
> > I told them to click on every thing and they said they did.
> > Then I goof around with it for a bout ten minutes and I find it and I can no
> > longer even see the screen.
> >
> I have a couple questions for you, personally:
> 1. Do you play Pokemon or any other video games?
> 2. If yes, how do you do it? You're blind, as your signature says. I
> once saw this documentary on video games and at one point they introduce
> us to this blind girl who plays Pokemon on a GameBoy Color (I think.
> Could be Pocket). She even has a favorite, which is Bayleef. It just
> baffles me that someone who can't see can play a video game. How could
> it possibly be accomplished?
>
> --
>
> Chet "Tech" Weaver
>
> AIM: PanGatomon
> MSN: Nichirasu@hotmail.com
> eMail: zeroohki at netscape dot net
> Yahoo! Messenger: tech_weaver
> ICQ: 122744531
> Webcomic: http://desperadocoyote.keenspace.com
>
> My Adventure Quest character:
> http://www.battleon.com/aq-chardetail.asp?temp=131213
> You can play Adventure Quest at http://www.battleon.com
>
> Sometimes, I notice someone has posted a reply to one of my messages and
> I think, "Oh, great, what did I say this time?"

Well the first thing you need to know is that blind does not all ways mean that you see
nothing. I was leagly blind for for or five years and still played pokemon by my self. I
had just enugf vistion to find my character on the screen given about five minets and the
right size tv. I have never been able to use any of the game boys.
But silver and gold was the last ones I could play by myself. Now I need people to read
me what is on the screen. By the way if a pokemon game spoke rather then just put stuff
on the tv screen I could still play all by my self. these days I need some one else to
read the text.
as to moveing the character on the screen you do it by moveing one step at a time and
counting as you go. The reason that many leagle blind people play pokemon is that you can
just have your character stand there as you try and find him on the screen. so it does
not matter how long it took for me to find out where I am. These days i spend most of my
time looking for things. I bump in to a lot of things as someone trys to help me. Half
the time it is even more fun because the other person says go left and I think left of the
screen and as they saw the character faceing right they ment up.
At other times like when I play with my brother he tells me what is on the screen and I
tell him what to do, or witch attacks to keep as we get new ones or even what attack to
use.
It takes some getting use to and is often a team event these days. but it is much better
with a person who likes to help and read what is on the screen. so oddly it is often
better with young kids who like to read and with people who like to help but don't like to
play them self. people who like to play often slip and would just rather play them self
cutting me out.
But it does take some time to work out where things are and finding the poeple that move
in the game are hard.
As to playing other games there are some that are sound only like the ones made by
babysoft That dos not sound right so I think I mispeld it. in these games you have a
narrater that tells you what is in the room or in your area and you go throught a list for
the action you want.
and there are some games where a screen reader can give me the writen info.
But weather I can play often depends on how much work was done on the sounds of the games.

once you learn the pattern of sounds that are made and when the next thing you need to
learn is the pattern of commands that you can do.
for the most part that is easy on pokemon as the option points are in either list form or
the one down and one to the right.
But I will admit that the new pokemon switch dureing battle has still got me stumped as it
moves the list around some where the old games left it with the list you made.
I know I ramblued a bit here so ask more if I missed something.
--
Richard The Blind Typer
Lets Hear It For Talking Computers.
Anonymous
October 25, 2004 2:13:04 AM

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"richard e white" <chiphead@cox.net> wrote in message
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> Well the first thing you need to know is that blind does not all ways mean
that you see
> nothing. I was leagly blind for for or five years and still played
pokemon by my self. I
> had just enugf vistion to find my character on the screen given about five
minets and the
> right size tv. I have never been able to use any of the game boys.
> But silver and gold was the last ones I could play by myself. Now I need
people to read
> me what is on the screen. By the way if a pokemon game spoke rather then
just put stuff
> on the tv screen I could still play all by my self. these days I need
some one else to
> read the text.
> as to moveing the character on the screen you do it by moveing one step at
a time and
> counting as you go. The reason that many leagle blind people play pokemon
is that you can
> just have your character stand there as you try and find him on the
screen. so it does
> not matter how long it took for me to find out where I am. These days i
spend most of my
> time looking for things. I bump in to a lot of things as someone trys to
help me. Half
> the time it is even more fun because the other person says go left and I
think left of the
> screen and as they saw the character faceing right they ment up.
> At other times like when I play with my brother he tells me what is on the
screen and I
> tell him what to do, or witch attacks to keep as we get new ones or even
what attack to
> use.
> It takes some getting use to and is often a team event these days. but it
is much better
> with a person who likes to help and read what is on the screen. so oddly
it is often
> better with young kids who like to read and with people who like to help
but don't like to
> play them self. people who like to play often slip and would just rather
play them self
> cutting me out.
> But it does take some time to work out where things are and finding the
poeple that move
> in the game are hard.
> As to playing other games there are some that are sound only like the ones
made by
> babysoft That dos not sound right so I think I mispeld it. in these games
you have a
> narrater that tells you what is in the room or in your area and you go
throught a list for
> the action you want.
> and there are some games where a screen reader can give me the writen
info.
> But weather I can play often depends on how much work was done on the
sounds of the games.
>
> once you learn the pattern of sounds that are made and when the next thing
you need to
> learn is the pattern of commands that you can do.
> for the most part that is easy on pokemon as the option points are in
either list form or
> the one down and one to the right.
> But I will admit that the new pokemon switch dureing battle has still got
me stumped as it
> moves the list around some where the old games left it with the list you
made.
> I know I ramblued a bit here so ask more if I missed something.
> --
> Richard The Blind Typer
> Lets Hear It For Talking Computers.


Cool enough. I think that no matter how much I would like to help you play,
I would be one of the ones who would be least helpful (I already have
control issues). But I can see how it's done, and why little kids who like
to help and who like to show off their reading skills would be a good
choice.

daramark
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