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English MissingNo. and 'M (00) sprites; infamous glitch Pokémon
アネ゙デパミ゙ (FF); another infamous glitch Pokémon in Japanese circles

This article is a list of glitch Pokémon, with transcribed names.

Feel free to add more glitch Pokémon (of any language) to this list.

The GlitchDex is a more complete index of the English Generation I and II glitch Pokémon and contains images of,the glitch Pokémon's names to cover illegible characters, as well as base stats and sample menu sprites.


Notes

  • Here is a useful document on the Japanese glitch Pokémon, created by danny.(link)

Generation I

MissingNo. (international Red/Blue/Yellow)

MissingNo. occupies the following index numbers:

Hexadecimal ID Decimal ID
1F 31
20 32
32 50
34 52
38 56
3D 61
3E 62
3F 63
43 67
44 68
45 69
4F 79
50 80
51 81
56 86
57 87
5E 94
5F 95
73 115
79 121
7A 122
7F 127
86 134
87 135
89 137
8C 140
92 146
9C 156
9F 159
A0 160
A1 161
A2 162
AC 172
AE 174
AF 175
B5 181
B6 182
B7 183
B8 ("ゴースト" (Ghost) in Japanese versions) 184

Unused cry MissingNo.

Of the 39 MissingNo., nine of them have unique cries.

Note that MissingNo. hex:45 has a cry identical to Zubat, and MissingNo. hex:89 has a cry identical to Dragonair.

The data is as follows (see here for recordings):

The cry for MissingNo. 67 (0x43) may belong to the unreleased Pokémon "Cactus", due to Cactus being given the same number.

Index Number Hexadecimal Identifier Base Cry Cry Pitch Cry Length
67 0x43 0 128 16
69 0x45 29 224 128
79 0x4F 34 255 64
81 0x51 14 224 96
94 0x5E 15 64 192
95 0x5F 15 32 192
127 0x7F 17 32 16
137 0x89 15 64 128
181 0xB5 29 0 128

English Red/Blue

English Yellow

Japanese Red/Green

Japanese Blue

Japanese Yellow

French Red/Blue

French Yellow

German Red/Blue

German Yellow

Spanish Red/Blue

Spanish Yellow

Italian Red/Blue

Italian Yellow

Generation II

English Gold/Silver

English Crystal

Japanese Gold/Silver Nintendo Space World 1997 demo

Japanese Gold/Silver

Japanese Crystal

French Gold/Silver

French Crystal


German Gold/Silver

German Crystal


Spanish Gold/Silver

Spanish Crystal


Italian Gold/Silver

Italian Crystal


Korean Gold/Silver

Generation III (DecDex)

Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Red Rescue Team and Blue Rescue Team

Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Explorers of Sky

  • Kecleon
  • Dialga

Generation IV

Generation V


Generation VI

Generation VII