History VideoGame / Telefang

1st Feb '16 5:48:35 AM HeraldAlberich
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** Unused SuperGameBoy features, including unused borders (the border depends on the version played), and some unused color palettes (although one is a glitchy completely white one). Even if the Super Game Boy functionality is enabled by hacking the game, there are still many unused color palettes that the game could have used. [[http://s15.zetaboards.com/Tulunk_Village/topic/6937443/]]

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** Unused SuperGameBoy UsefulNotes/SuperGameBoy features, including unused borders (the border depends on the version played), and some unused color palettes (although one is a glitchy completely white one). Even if the Super Game Boy functionality is enabled by hacking the game, there are still many unused color palettes that the game could have used. [[http://s15.zetaboards.com/Tulunk_Village/topic/6937443/]]
24th May '15 10:51:29 AM Discar
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19th Apr '15 3:16:49 PM BlackOwl
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** Probably worse from a gamer's standpoint is that one bug makes you forget how to swim.
3rd Mar '15 1:53:41 AM JetpackPercy
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* LightningCanDoAnything: "Electricity did it" is the answer for every question you could have about the Denjuu world. Antenna trees emit electric waves which can cause teleportation, the Denjuu's special abilities are all powered by electricity—even those that have nothing to do with lightning, such as breathing fire or throwing a really big rock or shooting bullets out of their fangs—and it's assumed that the Denjuu are all spontaneously generated from the electric waves of the Life Tree. Replace all instances of "electricity" with "magic" and the series suddenly becomes much more plausible.

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* LightningCanDoAnything: [[AWizardDidIt "Electricity did it" it"]] is the answer for every question you could have about the Denjuu world. Antenna trees emit electric waves which can cause teleportation, the Denjuu's special abilities are all powered by electricity—even those that have nothing to do with lightning, such as breathing fire or throwing a really big rock or shooting bullets out of their fangs—and it's assumed that the Denjuu are all spontaneously generated from the electric waves of the Life Tree. Replace all instances of "electricity" with "magic" and the series suddenly becomes much more plausible.
4th Sep '14 3:13:35 AM JetpackPercy
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Not to be confused with TeleFrag, which is when things get messy when you teleport to an area where somebody is already on.
18th Mar '14 11:52:54 AM Quanyails
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In the same fashion as {{Pokemon}}, [[OneGameForThePriceOfTwo two versions of each game were realeased]], "Power Version" and "Speed Version". These games were created by Creator/{{Natsume}} and Smilesoft, which became[[superscript:[[http://s15.zetaboards.com/Tulunk_Village/topic/6813625/]]]] Rocket Company in 2003.

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In the same fashion as {{Pokemon}}, [[OneGameForThePriceOfTwo two versions of each game were realeased]], released]], "Power Version" and "Speed Version". These games were created by Creator/{{Natsume}} and Smilesoft, which became[[superscript:[[http://s15.zetaboards.com/Tulunk_Village/topic/6813625/]]]] Rocket Company in 2003.
12th Feb '14 4:09:32 PM RisefromYourGrave
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''{{Telefang}}'' [[labelnote:a.k.a.]]''"Keitai Denjuu Telefang"'' or ''"Mobile Phone Monster Telefang"''[[/labelnote]] is a series of monster-battling [=RPGs=] vaguely in the mold of ''{{Pokemon}}''. Perhaps one of the most distinguishing feature of ''{{Telefang}}'' is that [[TelecomTree monsters are contacted via the "D-Shot", something like a cell phone]], in order to enter battle. The series count with 2 games (the first one for the GameboyColor, the second one for the GameBoyAdvance) and two manga series.

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''{{Telefang}}'' [[labelnote:a.k.a.]]''"Keitai Denjuu Telefang"'' or ''"Mobile Phone Monster Telefang"''[[/labelnote]] is a series of monster-battling [=RPGs=] vaguely in the mold of ''{{Pokemon}}''. Perhaps one of the most distinguishing feature of ''{{Telefang}}'' is that [[TelecomTree monsters are contacted via the "D-Shot", something like a cell phone]], in order to enter battle. The series count with 2 games (the first one for the GameboyColor, GameBoyColor, the second one for the GameBoyAdvance) and two manga series.



[[{{NoExportForYou}} Since the games were never exported outside Japan]], these games - specifically, the GameBoyColor versions - are perhaps best known among English-speaking gamers as the real deal behind the [[AdaptationDisplacement memetic famous]] bootlegs "Pokémon Diamond"[[labelnote:*]]not related to the official original [[VideoGame/PokemonDiamondAndPearl Pokemon Diamond game]][[/labelnote]] and "Pokémon Jade". With a horrible (and very often inconsistent) translation and plagued with glitches, it's hard to decide whether or not those bootlegs actually damaged the Telefang series, since [[FollowTheLeader they made the series look like a cheap copy of Pokemon]], but [[NoSuchThingAsBadPublicity they also helped it to get widely known due to the memetic mutation]].

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[[{{NoExportForYou}} Since the games were never exported outside Japan]], these games - specifically, the GameBoyColor versions - are perhaps best known among English-speaking gamers as the real deal behind the [[AdaptationDisplacement memetic famous]] bootlegs "Pokémon Diamond"[[labelnote:*]]not related to the official original [[VideoGame/PokemonDiamondAndPearl Pokemon Diamond game]][[/labelnote]] ''[[VideoGame/PokemonDiamondAndPearl Pokémon Diamond]]'' game[[/labelnote]] and "Pokémon Jade". With a horrible (and very often inconsistent) translation and plagued with glitches, it's hard to decide whether or not those bootlegs actually damaged the Telefang ''Telefang'' series, since [[FollowTheLeader they made the series look like a cheap copy of Pokemon]], Pokémon]], but [[NoSuchThingAsBadPublicity they also helped it to get widely known due to the memetic mutation]].



The plot is as follows: Shigeki and his friends are playing baseball, when he loses the ball. He goes to get it back at the [[WorldTree Antenna Tree]], finding a strange man investigating it. He recieves a strange call from the Denjuu's world, and falls in the tree after an earthquake, ending up in a strange world of monsters, politicians bribing Denjuu with curry, and a plot to destroy the Antenna Trees...

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The plot is as follows: Shigeki and his friends are playing baseball, when he loses the ball. He goes to get it back at the [[WorldTree Antenna Tree]], finding a strange man investigating it. He recieves receives a strange call from the Denjuu's world, and falls in the tree after an earthquake, ending up in a strange world of monsters, politicians bribing Denjuu with curry, and a plot to destroy the Antenna Trees...
23rd Dec '13 10:31:26 AM kjnoren
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* ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin: The full title, ''Keitai Denjuu Telefang'', means Cellphone Electric Beast Telefang. "Telefang" is what the battles between Denjuu are called.
23rd Sep '13 7:42:25 PM Johnny2071
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**In Telefang 2, the trio Ellis, Vulcan, and Rumba, are also this.
2nd Jun '13 3:17:42 PM Prfnoff
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In the same fashion as {{Pokemon}}, [[OneGameForThePriceOfTwo two versions of each game were realeased]], "Power Version" and "Speed Version". These games were made by Smilesoft, which became[[superscript:[[http://s15.zetaboards.com/Tulunk_Village/topic/6813625/]]]] Rocket Company in 2003.

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In the same fashion as {{Pokemon}}, [[OneGameForThePriceOfTwo two versions of each game were realeased]], "Power Version" and "Speed Version". These games were made created by Creator/{{Natsume}} and Smilesoft, which became[[superscript:[[http://s15.zetaboards.com/Tulunk_Village/topic/6813625/]]]] Rocket Company in 2003.



* ShoutOut: One of the items in the first game is ''Comic Bom Bom'', a reference to a monthly manga magazine published by Kodansha Limited, which the Telefang manga appeared in. In the sequel, one of the special attacks features a rocket labeled "Natsume", who published the games.

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* ShoutOut: One of the items in the first game is ''Comic Bom Bom'', a reference to a monthly manga magazine published by Kodansha Limited, which the Telefang manga appeared in. In the sequel, one of the special attacks features a rocket labeled "Natsume", who published the games."Natsume".
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