Well! One thing I've been trying to do for quite some time is dump all the various weird Game Boy games that have come my way over the years; usually this fails due to copy protection or weird cart hardware or other stuff, but every so often a cart surrenders its contents without too much hassle (usually thanks to a game being re-released by a different company that didn't care so much about protection). And this is one of those! In Chinese it's snappily titled Chong Wu Xiao Jing Ling: Jie Jin Ta Zhi Wang (宠物小精灵 结金塔之王) which translates roughly to Pokemon: King of the Golden Tower. ALthough the title just calls it Chong Wu Xiao Jing Ling, and then maybe you could call it "Pokemon Pikecho" too? oh these games and their consistency.
It's an RPG developed by Vast Fame (which are totally the best kind), based on the same engine as another one of their games, Digimon Pocket. I think Digimon came first though - there's a massive Digimon on the game over screen, for one thing. Oh yeah, and the header says Digimon. Just call me Sherlock fucking Holmes. It has also seen an English(?) version called Pokemon Ruby and probably had an earlier release in Chinese with a different name, too - this cart I dumped it from dates from about 2005, and is part of a line of otherwise mostly generic and/or title-hacked pirate carts identifiable by that "酷" (cool!) character in the top left. As is (sort of) tradition with VF, alternate versions feature entirely different music, for some reason - aside from the intro, the entirety of my dumped version's soundtrack comes from Shi Kong Xing Shou, but the English version's is entirely different.
Anyway, enjoy the game! I had to change precisely one byte to get it working in emulators, so I dunno if that means I'm a terrible person that totally ruined its integrity or what - I've uploaded both versions in any case, [Fixed] is the one that works.
Update 5 Aug 2012 - I'm going to abandon the GoodGBX-esque naming scheme for now, it kind of implies I'm adhering to a standard that I really have nothing to do with ... ROMs are the same though