Pokemon Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire
Pokemon Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire was released on 21 November, 2014.Facebook

Game Freak's Pokemon Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire (Pokemon ORAS) has been going strong since its release in November. The game has sold more than 7.7 million units around the world and recent reports have revealed that in US alone, the game sold 1.5 million units in the first 10 days.

Its popularity has lead to a surge in different gaming site releasing cheats for the game that enables players an easier way to play the game. The cheats below allow beginners to get Mega Stones for Pokemon ORAS.

Below are some of the cheats for Pokemon ORAS:

  • For the Mega Sceptile (Sceptilite) starter Pokemon, a player will get the Mega Stone on Route 120 from Steven, or the Route 114 Stone Salesman.
  • For the Mega Blaziken (Blazikinite) starter Pokemon, a player will be able to obtain the Mega Stone along Route 120 from Steven or the Route 114 Stone Salesman.
  • Meanwhile, those who want to get the Mega Swampert (Swampertite) starter Pokemon could simply grab the Mega Stone on Route 120 from Steven or Route 114 Stone Salesman.

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Here are more Cheats:

Berry Master Wife Sayings:

  • Code: OVERWHELMING LATIAS
    • Effect: Watmel Berry
  • Code: COOL LATIOS
    • Effect: Durin Berry
  • Code: SUPER HUSTLE
    • Effect: Belue Berry
  • Code: GREAT BATTLE
    • Effect: Spelon Berry
  • Code: CHALLENGE CONTEST
    • Effect: Pamtre Berry

Cheat Codes for unlocking Wallpapers and Extra Box:

  • Code: Complete the Delta Episode
    • Effect: Special 6 (Team Aqua)
  • Code: Complete the Delta Episode
    • Effect: Special 7 (Hoenn Map/Secret Bases)
  • Code: Complete the Delta Episode
    • Effect: Special 8 (Contest Spectacular)
  • Code: Complete the Delta Episode
    • Effect: Box 31
  • Code: Complete the Delta Episode
    • Effect: Special 1 (Hoenn Starters)
  • Code: Complete the Delta Episode
    • Effect: Special 2 (Primal Groudon)
  • Code: Complete the Delta Episode
    • Effect: Special 3 (Primal Kyogre)
  • Code: Complete the Delta Episode
    • Effect: Special 4 (Mega Rayquaza)
  • Code: Complete the Delta Episode
    • Effect: Special 5 (Team Magma)

Trainer Card Color Changes:

  • Code: Beat the Elite Four and the Champion
    • Effect: Trainer Card Color Change
  • Code: Capture all Pokemon in the Hoenn Pokedex
    • Effect: Trainer Card Color Change
  • Code: Earn a 50-win streak at a Battle Maison facility
    • Effect: Trainer Card Color Change

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Tips and Tricks

How to Earn EVs Faster:

Fighting against hordes will net you more Effort Value. Below is a list of locations to earn EVs.

  • Oddish: 1 Special Attack Effort Value, located in Route 119.
  • Swablu: 1 Special Defense Effort Value, located in Route 115.
  • Swablu/Lotad: 1 Special Defense Effort Value, located in Route 114.
  • Zigzagoon/Wingull: 1 Speed Effort Value, located in Route 104.
  • Whismur: 1 HP Effort Value, located in Rusturf Tunnel.
  • Shuppet: 1 Attack Effort Value, located in Mt. Pyre.
  • Sandshrew: 1 Defense Effort Value, located in Route 111.

Players can also earn EV faster if they equip Macho Brace, this will increase EV by two times. However, it will decrease the speed.

Poke Balls Locations:

  • Poke Ball: Available for 200 at Poke Marts once Brendan / May give you Poke Balls in Littleroot Town.
  • Premier Ball: Buy at least 10 Poke Balls together.
  • Dive Ball: Available for for 1000 from Fallarbor Town Poke Mart.
  • Dusk Ball: Available for 1000 from Fallarbor Town Poke Mart.
  • Heal Ball: Available for 300 from Verdanturf Town Poke Mart.
  • Quick Ball: Available for 1000 from Fallarbor Town Poke Mart.
  • Repeat Ball: Available for 1000 from Rustboro Town Poke Mart once you have talked to the Scientist and opened the Rusturf Tunnel.
  • Luxury Ball: Available for 1000 from Verdanturf Town Poke Mart.
  • Nest Ball: Available for 1000 from Verdanturf Town Poke Mart.
  • Net Ball: Available for 1000 from Rustboro Town Poke Mart once you have talked to the Scientist and opened the Rusturf Tunnel.

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Egg Distribution 2015 Event Announced

All Japanese Pokemon Centres will be distributing eggs that belong to the one of the five mega evolution capable Pokemon. This event will start from 17 January, 2015 to 1 March, 2015. Gamers will have a chance of having either of these Bagon, Carvanha, Numel, Ralts or Swablu, Serebii reported.

How to Transfer from X and Y to ORAS

Players can transfer Pokemon using either the trade or can transfer via Pokemon Bank. However, there are limitations to certain X and Y and ORAS Pokemon.

Trading Pokemon X and Y to Pokemon ORAS

Trading between Pokemon X and Y and ORAS is simple and there will not be any problems. But it is when players trade from ORAS to X and Y that issues can crop up. Below are some points that players need to know.

  • Mega Stones that were introduced in ORAS cannot be traded over to X and Y.
  • Items in general that were exclusive to ORAS cannot be transferred to X and Y.
  • Pok√©mon who have a move that was introduced in ORAS cannot be traded.
  • Cosplay Pikachu will not be able to trade to X and Y.

Check out the chart from Serebii.

Transferring Pokemon via Pokeback

PokeBank allows players to store Pokemon from various other games in its server from where they can be transferred to other games. But but kind of Pokemon will not be allowed to hold an item when deposited in the PokeBank.

Players having both the games i.e. Pokemon X and Y and Pokemon ORAS can use PokeBank to transfer Pokemon from each other.

Nintendo had introduced a new patch to PokeBank that allows Pokemon with attacks and abilitites in ORAS to be deposited in PokeBank, but Cosplay Pikachu is excluded from this, reports iDigitalTimes.