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I downloaded Hello Gameboy and Pokemon Gold but I don't know how to get the game to run.  I need a step-by-step guide on how to run the game.
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Question by:Morr
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by:bazukei
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hi morr

it is pretty simple.

first unzip all the zipped files(if any)

second double click on the hello gameboy
exe file

third go to File-->Open-->then choose the game file which you just unzipped.
and click ok.

hope it works

happy gaming!



bazukei
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DeeTiger earned 50 total points
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Forget that stupid emulator go to www.geocities.com/tigerzhawk/pokemonun.html and download the smygb emulator and the 70% translated Gold rom that is it.
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