Keitai Denjuu Telefang - Human World





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Uploaded on Nov 21, 2009

Here's a video that I've wanted to upload for a long time now. In this video, you will see the entire unused Human World. Anybody who has played Telefang at all will recognize the first two acres that you'll see in this video, but there are 7 other acres that are completely inaccessible normally, which you all will see for the very first time. Two of the acres have unused graphics, which are buildings that are unique looking, but serve no purpose. I'm not sure what purpose these buildings would have served, but the fact that they don't look like anything else in the game is interesting. You can see other smaller buildings as well, all of which are locked.

It's possible that Smilesoft planned to use these buildings for some purpose, but decided to leave them unfinished and inaccessible (maybe due to time constraints?). However, in Telefang 2, there is a different Human World that IS accessible, with buildings that you can enter, one of which is a shop where you can buy different cellphones. So I am assuming that the Human World in Telefang 2 was originally going to be implemented in this game, but for whatever reason, was scrapped and used in Telefang 2 instead. Of course, that's just my assumption. It's also interesting that the road graphics in the top-right acre (one of the unused buildings) look similar to the roads in the Human World in Telefang 2, with the blue color and dashed lines, further making me believe that this is simply a beta Human World for Telefang 2.

Another thing interesting is that even though there is an antenna tree, entering it does nothing. Of course, as anybody who has played Telefang knows, Smilesoft never intended to let anybody come back here, so they never programmed that antenna tree to actually do anything. However, as you can see, all the other "warps" (dividing the parts of this unused Human World) are functional, which is more proof that Smilesoft intended to do something with this Human World, but never completely finished it.

I would also like to post a link to the (probably) largest unofficial Telefang forum, which has been around for two years now!


If you like Telefang, then please join! We could use more members!

Also, if you like Telefang, please check out Wikifang, the Telefang Wiki!

(Note: This URL has been updated because Wikia sucks)

BTW, this is my 400th video... yay. Well, not counting a few videos that I removed that I never should have made in the first place... but that's not important.

UPDATE: Want to see this area for yourself? If you play this on an emulator, now you can! Just download any of these links:

Power Version Save File:


(Does NOT work on the fake game "Pokémon Diamond" (not to be confused with the unrelated real game for the DS) because it crashes whenever it loads a saved game.)

Speed Version Save File:


(Not tested on Pokémon Jade. Don't blame me if it doesn't work.)

Note: Make sure you back up any save files you have (e.g. keep backup copies), because they will be overwritten!

IPS Patch:


Tested on Speed Version. More than likely works on Power Version due to the identical way the map data is stored. Might also work on the Pokémon Diamond and Jade bootlegs (again, Diamond shouldn't be confused with the unrelated real game for the DS) for the same reason.

This patch modifies the LEFT side (it does NOT modify the right side) of the exit in Toronko Village Spring (which normally takes you to Toronko Village, outside) -- it now takes you to the Antenna Tree in the Human World. Do not save the game after going to the Human World, or else you will get stuck (since there's no way back out).

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