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This article describes one or more prototypes, which may include information that has already leaked. Although a limited number of screenshots and general information is allowed, linking to ROMs/source code is not allowed, nor is coverage of prototypes of upcoming games.


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NetCard refers to a directory for assets related to an online Game Boy Advance service, and may refer to a cancelled Game Boy Advance peripheral. The project at the time was confidential and was not intended to be public knowledge. On July 24, 2020, a development repository for it was leaked.[1]

Revealed in the leak were iQue documents for an untitled online Pokémon project based on Pokémon FireRed and LeafGreen Versions, which may have used the NetCard.[2] The directory also included files for a tool called the iQue management software (管理软件). A Game Boy Advance version of the game was planned for July/August 2005, as was a version featuring a "PC screen" for the display and a Game Boy Advance for control for February-March 2006, which was intended to have been expanded with the ability to capture Pokémon online in July-August 2006.[citation needed]



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