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Pokemon Stadium

Note: This is the Pokemon Stadium game from North America, not to be confused with the Japanese Pokemon Stadium. This game is titled Pokemon Stadium 2 in Japan.

Amnesia Psyduck:
Get all 151 Pokemon in the hall of fame.
Information in this section was contributed by PokeTrey, Dogracerx9, and JRPikaDude.

Surfing Pikachu:
Successfully complete the game to unlock Surf for Pikachu.
Information in this section was contributed by PokeTrey.

To teach your Pikachu Surf, unlock Round 2. Then, get up to the Masterball setting on either the Poke Cup or Prime Cup (in Round 2). Complete the Masterball setting using Pikachu as one of your active Pokemon each round (he must be one of the three you choose to battle with). The Pikachu may not be part of a registered team or a Rental. If you succeed, the game congratulate you and ask if you would like to replace one of Pikachu's moves with surf. Select "Yes", and select the move to be forgotten. The Pikachu will now pull out a surfboard and ride the wave whenever Surf is used.
Information in this section was contributed by Jucadkimar.

Note: Surfing Pikachu is not in the Japanese version of the game.

Talking Pikachu:
Upload Pikachu from the yellow version the game to Pokemon Stadium. When battling, Pikachu will say "Pike Pika" and have different motions for certain moves. Note: You must go to battle for this to work. Do not register Pikachu.
Information in this section was contributed by Nick.

If a Pikachu is uploaded from the Pokemon Red or Blue or is a Rental, it will only make its basic growl, but look more aggressive.
Information in this section was contributed by Nik98bag.

Alternate Pokemon colors:
Pokemon that you upload from the Game Boy version can have alternate colors. Giving your Pokemon various nicknames will change its colors. Switch syllables, such as calling a Mewtwo to "Twomew" (blue color). Separate the syllables with a hyphen, such as Mewtwo to "Mew-two". Also try naming the Pokemon in all lower-case characters. To find out more methods, note the color of the opposing Pokemon and look at their nicknames.
Information in this section was contributed by Nick.

Naming a Pokemon after an attack will change its color. Note: This does not work for some attacks, and some Pokemon either will not change color or will do so very slightly. This is not limited to attacks that the Pokemon know or can learn. Some examples:

"HYDRO PUMP": Dark Blue Gyarados
"PSYCHIC": Red Mewtwo
"METRONOME": Neon Yellow Pikachu
"THUNDER": Dark Orange Jolteon and Pikachu
"PIKACHAIN" or "PIKACHUPICACHAN": Green Pickachu
"SLEEPY": Light Green Snorlax
"PUNCHMAN": Green Hitmonchan
"BULBACE": Yellow eyed and tongued Bulbasaur
Information in this section was contributed by Mr. Stuff, Rashad, j.s.sapara, kane, and KBUSHEY.
"BASSFAIRY": Light peach color, green eared Clefairy
"FIRE-BLAST": Neon yellow, orange flamed Magmar
"CASPER" Turquoise blue Haunter
"THUNDA": Lime green Zapdos
"RAZOR-LEAF": Royal blue, Orange petaled Venusaur
"WRAP": Yellow Bellsprout
"CARNIVORAS": Turquoise blue Bellsprout
"DRAGONZORD" Dark red charmander
"ACID" Luminious green-blue, Purple eyes Tentacool
"MAN-TIS" Orange eyes, Purple body, Blue feet Butterfree
"FINGKOF" Blue, Purple Koffing
"KOFSTOR" Red, Green sign Koffing
"LYGAST" Gastly with a Gold tongue
"MAGIMER" Orange or a Dark Red Magikarp
"HYDRO PUMP" Dark Blue Lapras
"CLAM" Blue Shellder
"SUPERSONIC" or "HAZE" Luminous green body, Purple winged Zubat
"DIG" or "ROCK SLIDE" Turquiose blue Geodude
"SOLAR WAVE" Red eyes, Purple body, Blue feet Butterfree
"PSYDANCE" Dark Yellow Psyduck with Black hair
Information in this section was contributed by TJames1889.
"VICTRACE" Victreebel with yellow leaves and an orange-brown body with yellow spots.
"ELECTRACE" Electrode with a violet-red bottom half.
Information in this section was contributed by Nathaniel Ribakoff.
"VINCENT" Violet Hanter.
Information in this section was contributed by BobbyFletcher98.
"FLORA" Venusaur with a blue body, jade leaves, fushia flower, eyes and tongue, pink inner ears, and a beige stem connected to the flower.
"BLAZE" Charizard with a lighter shade of orange with teal wings and navy blue eyes.
"WARMARSH" Blastoise that is aquamarine with a tan shell.
"SPARKY" Pikachu that looks more gold than yellow.
"ZEPHYR" Pidgeot that has a tan tint throughout its body.
"BLADE" Scyther that is teal color, with gray scythes and very deep purple eyes.
Information in this section was contributed by KT.
"MAGNAMACE" Little magnets change color.
"NIDON(female sign)" Female Nidoran that is green with purple mouth and ears or vice versa.
"ODDY" Oddish with different colored leaves.
"CATERPY" Caterpie that is brownish.
"POLIACT2" Poliwhirl that is greenish turquoise.
"FEARASH" Fearow that is darker brown.
"ONIXACT4" Onix that is crystal colored.
"ATTATA" Rattata that is pinkish.
"NIDOACT2" Nidoqueen that is purple bodied with green ears or vice versa.
"EKANACT4" Ekans that is lighter purple with lime green mouth and a stripe down its belly.
"TONSTOR" Magneton with alternate colors.
"SEY-CHAN" Chansey that is darker.
Information in this section was contributed by Reno Hickey.

Alternate title screen:
Successfully complete Gym Leader Castle and Stadium modes. Pikachu, Blastoise, Charizard, Venusaur and Mewtwo will now appear on the title screen.

Pokemon Stadium Cup requirements:
Information in this section was contributed by Goku.

Pika Cup
Pokémon can only be between level 15-20

Petit Cup
Level ranges between 25-30. There a height requirement though. Height: 6'8'' and Weight only 44 pounds limit.

Poké Cup
Only can use 3 Pokémon, Levels 50-55. The sum of the Pokémon's levels cannot exceed 155.

Prime Cup
Everything is legal. You can have any level, height, weight, or number of Pokémon. However, your opponents' levels are always 100.

Get Pokemon for Game Boy game:
Complete one of the Gym Leader Castles of the Elite Four or your rival to get one of the following random Pokemon that can be transferred back to your Game Boy Pokemon game.

Eevee
Hitmonlee
Hitmonchan
Squirtle
Charmander
Bulbasaur
Omanyte
Kabuto

Start with all three beginning Pokemon in Game Boy game:
When you start a new game, you can start with all three beginning Pokemon by starting over and choosing one of them in the Game Boy Pokemon game. Then, capture a Pidgey or Rattata. Save it to the boxes on Pokemon Stadium. Repeat the steps with a different Pokemon until you get all three. You can also save and keep Pokemon from your old game that you still want before starting over.
Information in this section was contributed by marq.

Start a new game and get any starting Pokemon. Catch a Pidgey or Rattata and save. Place the starting Pokemon in the N64 box in Professor Oaks lab. Leave Pidgey or Rattata in your lineup. Then, save and quit. Start a new game and do the same thing except with a different starting Pokemon. Do this for the last starting Pokemon, then take the two others out of the N64 box and put them on your game. Note: The first two starting Pokemon will not obey you until you get the correct badge.
Information in this section was contributed by Sharkboy88.

Get Pokemon presents faster:
Defeat the Gym Leader Castle. Then, when you want to complete it again go to the Gym Leader Castle, go directly to the Elite 4, then defeat your rival.
Information in this section was contributed by Hunter D Masten.

Round 2:
Successfully complete the game to unlock a much harder version of the Stadium, Gym Leader's Castle, and Mewtwo Battle modes. If you defeat Mewtwo, you can use him in some battles.
Information in this section was contributed by Wurd, TBuford221, and SSpaduano.

Mewtwo Battle:
Complete all Cups in stadium mode, and defeat all opponents in the Gym Leader's Castle. Mewtwo is the last opponent you will face in both Round 1 and Round 2 versions of the game.
Information in this section was contributed by Wurd.

Defeating Mewtwo easily with rental Pokemon:
Select Electrode , and five other Pokemon that know one-hit K.O. attacks (i.e. Horndrill, Fissure, Guilliotine). Send out electrode first and use Thunder Wave -- this will allow all of your Pokemon to get the first attack. Do not attack mewtwo with Electrode - you do not want him to use Rest, which will get rid of the paralyzation. Send out another Pokemon and use the one hit K.O. attack. If that Pokemon faints, send out the next one and try again. This will defeat Mewtwo in one hit.
Information in this section was contributed by Ads03051x.

Mew:
Mew will become playable, as a "Rental" Pokemon, in the Round 2 version of the game. He can only be played in the Prime Cup tournament, the Gym Leader's Castle, the Free Battle, and the Mewtwo Battle modes.
Information in this section was contributed by Wurd.

Mew in Prime Cup:
This trick requires a Game Boy GameShark and Pokemon Yellow. First start the game and enable the GameShark code in to catch Mew. Put it first in your line up, then save the game. Go to the GameShark screen and enable the code for the first Pokemon in your line up to be any desired Pokemon. Check your stats it should display your selected Pokemons picture but Mew's name and information. Save the game. Place the game in the transfer pak and go to the Pokemon Stadium building. When prompted to select Pokemon, chose the one that was Mew. When you start the match, the Pokemon will be Mew.
Information in this section was contributed by E00700.

Moltres: Looks bald:
Have a Pokemon that knows Fireblast against Moltres. Use Fireblast on the Moltres. If it hits, look at the top of its head and it will appear that Moltres is bald.
Information in this section was contributed by Mike.

Bonus Stickers:
Successfully complete R-1 mode, defeat Mewtwo, and complete R-2 Mode, and defeat Mewtwo again. Enter the gallery screen, then hold L + R and highlight the "Print" option. Keep holding the buttons until "Print" changes to "Bonus" to access sixteen more stickers.

Kids Club Hyper mode:
In one player mode with three CPU controlled opponents, successfully complete "Who's the best?" five consecutive times under the hard difficulty setting within one match. Hyper will be unlocked as a new difficulty setting for CPU controlled players.
Information in this section was contributed by TBuford221.

Doduo and Dodrio modes:
Defeat either the Poke Cup or the Prime Cup in Round 1 to unlock the Doduo Game Boy. Defeat both the Prime and Poke Cups to unlock the Dodrio Game Boy.
Information in this section was contributed by EngineNick.

Complete the entire Poke Cup to get a sticker on Game Boy Tower and Doduo mode. This will allow you play Pokemon on the Nintendo 64 twice as fast.
Information in this section was contributed by Kenny Day.

If you beat the Masterball in Prime Cup, a "Superfast" setting will be unlocked in the GB Tower. The title will change to "Dodrio GB Tower". Press C-Left during game play in Pokemon Red, Blue, or Yellow to activate it.
Information in this section was contributed by Silverbolt7T and CiaDude1.

Change background:
After unlocking Doduo and/or Dodrio mode, when in Game Boy tower, play your game then press Z.
Information in this section was contributed by Durrel205.

Recommended Round 1 rental teams:
Information in this section was contributed by cm128.

Pika Cup
Raichu, Poliwrath, Arcanine, Exeggutor, Drowzee, Dratini

Petit Cup
Pikachu, Bulbasaur, Horsea, Sandshrew, Gastly, Dratini

Poke Cup Poke Ball
Diglett, Abra, Staryu, Jynx, Magmar, Jolteon

Great Ball
Dugtrio, Persian, Abra, Staryu, Jynx, Jolteon

Ultra Ball
Fearow, Dugtrio, Kadabra, Dewgong, Starmie, Jolteon

Master Ball
Sandslash, Kadabra, Gengar, Starmie, Electrode, Articuno

Prime Cup Poke Ball
Pikachu, Voltorb, Diglett, Abra, Poliwhirl, Weepinbell

Great Ball
Electabuzz, Pikachu, Kadabra, Magmar, Dewgong, Dugtrio

Ultra Ball
Charizard, Dugtrio, Kadabra, Dewgong, Electrode, Gengar

Master Ball
Dugtrio, Arcanine, Kadabra, Dewgong, Electrode, Exeggutor

Pewter Gym
Charmander, Wartortle, Growlithe, Abra, Weepinbell, Voltorb

Cerulean Gym
Kadabra, Weepinbell, Voltorb, Staryu, Hitmonlee, Vaporeon

Vermilion Gym
Sandshrew, Dugtrio, Gengar, Electrode, Cubone, Dragonite

Celadon Gym
Kadabra, Electabuzz, Dewgong, Flareon, Hitmonlee, Mr. Mime

Fuchsia Gym
Dugtrio, Kadabra, Cloyster, Gengar, Electrode, Mr. Mime

Saffron Gym
Dugtrio, Kadabra, Electrode, Omanyte, Flareon, Dragonite

Cinnabar Gym
Gengar, Electrode, Kingler, Mr. Mime, Vaporeon, Snorlax

Viridian Gym
Kangaskhan, Gengar, Electrode, Dragonair, Alakazam, Starmie

Elite Four and Rival
Gengar, Dragonair, Staryu, Jolteon, Scyther, Electrode

Mewtwo
Electrode, Ditto, Fearow, Cloyster, Mr. Mime, Magneton

Recommended Round 2 rental teams:
Information in this section was contributed by cm128.

Pika Cup
Raichu, Lapras, Ninetales, Gengar, Nidoking, Kadabra

Petit Cup
Voltorb, Spearow, Horsea, Abra, Cubone, Gastly

Poke Cup Poke Ball
Dugtrio, Alakazam, Starmie, Tauros, Lapras, Jolteon

Great Ball
Dugtrio, Alakazam, Exeggutor, Starmie, Tauros, Jolteon

Ultra Ball
Dugtrio, Alakazam, Gengar, Starmie, Jolteon, Articuno

Master Ball
Dugtrio, Alakazam, Exeggutor, Starmie, Lapras, Jolteon

Prime Cup Poke Ball
Poliwhirl, Electrode, Weepinbell, Drowzee, Machoke, Marowak

Great Ball
Fearow, Gengar, Golduck, Magneton, Hypno, Dugtrio

Ultra Ball
Exeggutor, Electrode, Lapras, Rhydon, Mew, Dragonite

Master Ball
Electrode, Exeggutor, Starmie, Golem, Mew, Jynx

Pewter Gym
Electabuzz, Doduo, Magmar, Krabby, Paras, Diglett

Cerulean Gym
Magnemite, Seadra, Gastly, Staryu, Aerodactyl, Tangela

Vermilion Gym
Parasect, Magneton, Fearow, Haunter, Pinsir, Dragonair

Celadon Gym
Pidgeot, Ninetales, Raichu, Poliwhirl, Dragonair, Tangela

Fuchsia Gym
Alakazam, Electabuzz, Dugtrio, Gengar, Dodrio, Poliwrath

Saffron Gym
Gyarados, Gengar, Jolteon, Mr. Mime, Exeggutor, Dugtrio

Cinnabar Gym
Starmie, Fearow, Exeggutor, Gengar, Alakazam, Electrode

Viridian Gym
Electrode, Zapdos, Jynx, Exeggutor, Gyarados, Dugtrio

Elite Four and Rival
Starmie, Lapras, Dragonite, Electrode, Exeggutor, Gengar

Mewtwo
Electrode, Snorlax, Zapdos, Alakazam, Golem, Gengar

Recommended PokeCup MasterBall team:
Note: The Pokemon that know Dig has the TM28 cloned in the Blue Version, then taught to them.
Information in this section was contributed by trekkie89.

(Raised) Arcanine level 51 with Ember, FlameThrower, Bite, Dig
(Raised) Golduck level 51 with Confusion, Blizzard, Dig, Surf
(Raised) Hypno level 51 with Psychic, Meditate, HeadButt, Poison -Gas
(Raised) Arbok level 51 with Acid, Dig, Glare, Bite
(Raised) Dugtrio level 51 with Earthquake, Dig, Cut, Slash
(Rental) Rhydon Level 50 with Thunder, Surf, Dig, Strength

Change frame:
In GB Tower, press Z during game play to change frames. The three frames are:
Information in this section was contributed by Logan Livengood.

Basic Frame: Yellow, Blue, Red frames
Doduo Frame: Must complete Poke or Prime Cup
Dodrio Frame: Get Doduo Frame and press Z

Avoid recoil damage:
If you use an attack that you know you will kill the opposing Pokemon but will hit you with the recoil, make sure that your Pokemon has at least 20 HP left. Use the attack and you will not suffer the recoil damage.
Information in this section was contributed by Pk Master.

Receive less damage:
Use the following trick when your Pokemon is receiving a fatal attack, such as when Thunder is used on a Water Pokemon, to leave you with enough HP to attack your opponent once. When your opponent's Pokemon begins to use the attack, hold Down + L + B until the energy takes its affect. With the energy it leaves, you will have a chance to strike your opponent's Pokemon. Note: This will not work if Pokemon are totally mismatched, such as when a level 50 Pokemon is fighting a level 100 Pokemon. Also, it will only work between 70% to 80% of the time.
Information in this section was contributed by Dark Spawn.

Hold B the entire time that the CPU controlled Pokemon is powering Note: This does not work all the time.
Information in this section was contributed by Samuel Sears.

Inflict greater damage:
While your Pokemon is doing the attack, hold Down + L and repeatedly press A. Then when your Pokemon attacks, hold Down + L + A until the damage is taken. This is very effective when you attempt a fatal attack. Note: This trick only works between 80% to 90% of the time.
Information in this section was contributed by Dark Spawn.

Lower opponent Pokemon levels:
If you are battling in the Stadium or Gym Leader Castle and have Pokemon under level 100, rent all the Pokemon you are going to use. Your opponent's Pokemon will be at the same level as your rental Pokemon, level 50. Note: In the Prime Cup your opponent will use all Lv.100 Pokemon because rental Pokemon are at Lv.100 in Prime Cup.
Information in this section was contributed by Pichu7 and JoeyD.

Attack first:
Immediately after you choose a move and you want to go first instead of the CPU, hold L and press A. This works about 50% of the time, mostly in the Pika Cup.
Information in this section was contributed by J13Hockey.

Easy wins:
Get Articuno, Zapdos, and Moltres, and three other Pokemon of your choice. Start with Zapdos against Lorelei. This should be a quick win. For Bruno, use any of the three legendary Pokemon. Against Agatha, use Articuno's Ice Beam for decent win. Against Lance, use Zapdos. He almost always uses Lapras. Use Zapdos' Thunder attack. When he uses the others, switch to Articuno or keep Zapdos. Finally against your rival, use Zapdos. He will most likely use Slowbro, the Clefable, and the last one usually changes. After you defeat him, it should show which Pokemon were on your team. At this rate you will only get three Pokemon at a time in the Hall of Fame.
Information in this section was contributed by trekkie89.

Gym Leader Castle battles:
An easy way to get the Pokemon Presents and register all 151 Pokemon is to repeatedly use Mewtwo in the Gym Leader Castle. However, need to watch out for certain dangers. First, Mewtwo needs some effective moves. Make sure it knows Thunder, Recover, Blizzard and Psychic. A victory is not a guaranteed by just using Mewtwo, but this is the easiest way and you should succeed within five tries. Just keep using Mewtwo and load the rest of the team with rentals in chronological order. Note: This is a R-1 strategy, as R-2 is more difficult.

Lorelei
If Lorelei brings out Slowbro as her first Pokemon, reset and try again. You cannot win if this happens -- Slowbro will paralyze Mewtwo. Use Thunder on her Ice and Water types first, then finish with Psychic. Do not use Thunder as a finisher because there is a chance it will miss.

Bruno and Agatha
Just use Psychic on Bruno's Fighting types and Agatha's Pokemon, and Blizzard on Bruno's Rock types. Both will be easy victories. Every hit is one-punch except for Gengar, when it appears.

Lance
Use Blizzard to take care of Lance's annoying Wrap-happy Dragonair if he selects it. The same move will one-punch Exeggutor. You have to watch out for Lapras. Use Thunder or Psychic, but watch out for its Body Slam -- it may paralyze or freeze you. Clefable is tough unless you have Recover. Do not worry about Ninetales unless your life is low -- use Psychic twice on it.

Rival
Rival is not as tough as Lance but you should still watch out. Psychic most of his Pokemon. You can win from here, but there is still a good chance of the opposite happening.

Recommended Pokemon types:
The best Pokemon types to have for any Cup or Gym Leader Castle and the Mewtwo Battle are: Psychic, Electric, Water, or a dual type of Water and Ice, Fire, and Ground. You can pick any type for the sixth spot, however try to choose a type other than the ones previously listed.
Information in this section was contributed by Kenny Day.

Recommended Pokemon for Pokemon Cup:
When you enter a cup, choose Charizard, Blastoise, Venasaur, Raichu, Pidgeot, and Kadabra.
Information in this section was contributed by Terminator_X.

Better Pokemon in battle now mode:
Unlock round two to get better Pokemon in the battle now mode.
Information in this section was contributed by cdaymall.

Checking a Pokemon's ability:
When selecting Pokemon before battling, hold L and press any of the Pokemon's buttons to see its type, HP, and moves.
Information in this section was contributed by Keith P.

Pokemon weaknesses:
Information in this section was contributed by Durrel205.

Normal Pokemon are weak against Fighting types.
Fire Pokemon are weak against Water, Ground and Rock types.
Water Pokemon are weak against Electric and Grass types.
Electric Pokemon are weak against Ground types.
Grass Pokemon are weak against: Fire, Ice, Poison, Flying and Bug types.
Ice Pokemon are weak against Fire, Fighting and Rock types.
Fighting Pokemon are weak against Flying and Psychic types.
Poison Pokemon are weak against Ground, Psychic and Bug types.
Ground Pokemon are weak against Water, Grass and Ice types.
Flying Pokemon are weak against Electric, Ice and Rock types.
Psychic Pokemon are weak against Bug types.
Bug Pokemon are weak against Fire, Poison, Flying and Rock types.
Rock Pokemon are weak against Water, Grass, Fighting and Ground types.
Ghost Pokemon are weak against Ghost types.
Dragon Pokemon are weak against Ice and Dragon types.

Trade with out a second transfer pak:
Put a box on the game, then put the Pokemon from a different game or the same one in the box. Then, go back to the lab and put the box back on the game that you are trading to, go to the box, and withdraw the Pokemon when you want or need it.
Information in this section was contributed by Hunter D Masten.

Transfer Pokemon:
Use the transport feature of the cartridge to easily move Pokemon that are unique to the red, blue, or yellow versions between those Game Boy cartridges.
Information in this section was contributed by Powerstone800.

Give Pokemon to another Game Boy pak without getting one back:
Place the desired Pokemon in a separate box from which you have your regular Pokemon. Next, transfer that box to the 64box on the N64. Then shut off the system (if you only have one transfer pack) and insert desired Game Boy pak. If you have two transfer packs, then just switch the Game Boy pak with the one you are going to trade to. Then, transfer the box with the Pokemon in it to the other Game Boy pak and you will have the Pokemon without giving one in return.
Information in this section was contributed by Christopher Evans.

Special moves:
Seismic Toss and Night Shade are special moves. The damage they inflict is equal to their level. A level 63 Gengar will inflict 63 HP damage to the other Pokemon, regardless of type, level, or defense. A level 76 Machamp will inflict 76 HP damage to the other Pokemon, regardless of type, level, or defense (except for ghosts, which are immune to normal moves). Also, Psywave inflicts HP damage 1 to 1 1/2 times the level of the attacking Pokemon. A level 50 Alakazam can inflict anywhere from 50-75 HP damage regardless of Pokemon type, level, or defense.
Information in this section was contributed by Ernest G.

Flying Poke Cup roof lights:
Win the Vs. Mewtwo battle to see the credits. When a scene showing the Poke Cup Arena appears, look at the roof lights to see that they are flying.
Information in this section was contributed by Mayra Herrè.

Ineffective moves:
When battling normal type Pokemon do not use Seismic Toss. It can be a fighting move, but is not very effective. The same happens with the Mega Drain attack when battling some Ground Pokemon in the Poke Cup, Prime Cup and Gym Leader's Castle.
Information in this section was contributed by Mayra Herrè.

Substitute Pokemon and Missingno resemblance:
Use a Pokemon that has substitute. Use the substitute and it will look like Missingno. does in the snapshots.
Information in this section was contributed by Greg Martisius.

Missingno warning:
Do not transfer Missingno or Mew to Pokemon Stadium. It may glitch the game and make it unplayable.
Information in this section was contributed by THavas, Rippr13, and rpgwizard.

If Missingno present, select the gallery and choose where it is located. It should resemble a baby Rhydon that looks purple.
Information in this section was contributed by streetsk8er.

Place a Game Boy game with a Missingno in the line up or box. Do not register it. Go to the snapshot area and select a Missingno or any other glitched Pokemon. When you get outside to take pictures, the Pokemon will look like a miniature Kanghaskhan or Rhydon.
Information in this section was contributed by lance_leader.

Mew warning:
Do not trade a Mew level 10 or higher in the trading mode in Pokémon Stadium. It will glitch the game, and if you want your data back, you must call Nintendo (1-800-225-3700) to fix it.
Information in this section was contributed by Goku.

GameShark codes without a Nintendo 64 GameShark:
The "Import" feature and import pack can be used with Game Boy GameShark codes while playing the original game or codes designed for it.
Information in this section was contributed by MeCompuwiz.

Unlimited number of same Pokemon:
Note: This trick requires the Mega Memory Card from InterAct. Save your file on the Mega Memory Card. Go to the Pokemon Lab in and put the Pokemon to be duplicated in a 64 Box. Reload your game on the Mega Memory Card and receive your Pokemon in the 64 Box. Repeat as many times as desired to create an unlimited number of the same Pokemon.
Information in this section was contributed by PokeTrey.

Pokemon music:
Press Start at the title screen. There is a song from a Game Boy Pokemon game at Route 1.
Information in this section was contributed by Filbert Resurreccion.

Glitch: See Kangeskaun fly:
This trick requires Pokemon Red or Blue. On that game, capture Missingno and give it Fly. Transfer the Pokemon to Pokemon Stadium. Enter any Cup in Pokemon Stadium. Select Missingno and he will be Kangeskaun. Use Fly and "Kangeskaun" will fly.
Information in this section was contributed by FLCL500.


Strategy: by Akira
Strategy: by SuperFox
Strategy guides from GameFAQs
Published strategy guides: Pokemon Stadium: Prima's Official Strategy Guide
Published strategy guides: Pokemon Stadium Official Strategy Guide
GameShark codes
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