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Alternative Route 104 map

Unused maps and placeholder map names within the Pokémon games

Alternative map locations (Generation I) | Alternative Route 104 map | Battle Park (Platinum) | Generation II Safari Zone | Haunted House | Jubilife Condominiums floors 3 and 4 | Map 0x0B (Generation I) | Map 0x6F (Generation I) | Mystery Zone | Record Corner (FireRed/LeafGreen) | R/S Flower Shop (Festa 2002 demo) | Special (location) | Special Area | Sevii Islands 8 and 9 | Unused Olivine City house | Unused Sunyshore City house | Unused Celadon City house

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An alternative version of the northern part of Route 104 exists within the engine of the final version of Pokémon Ruby and Sapphire. This map remains inaccessible without the use of a cheating device.

This map is likely to have been identical to the altered Route 104 in the Pokémon Festa 2002 demo, which contained a warp to a closed version of the Pretty Petal Flower Shop and included several NPCs from the demo whom removed from the final game, for example; one informing the player that the florists inside the Flower Shop have left These maps still exist in Pokémon Emerald, but the event data for them was removed.

The dimensions of this map are 1x1 tile, meaning that it needs to be modified to be able to see every NPC. There is probably no tileset for it; the image above just uses a blue background for the map.

See also

  • R/S Flower Shop (Festa 2002 demo)
  • Olivine House

  • Section on the TCRF Pokémon Ruby and Sapphire article.
  • An article about the subject from