There is this little ios app here: http://aocreator.com/ Long story short: it uses browserhax and some related hacks to inject pokemons on your save file using your mobile phone. Everything is fine until you realize that there is a price tag attached on it. 4 bucks. I am not a lawyer and i don't know if there is something wrong on using a open-source licensed software or non-commercial use software in this way. Of course i suspect that some violation is going on but that's not the point here (even counting that we are moving in a shadowy area of the law anyway) The problem here is surely ethic: someone is using the work of the 3ds scene in a commercial way and doesn't make anything to point out the fact clearly. The entire injecting procedure is based on the *hax here. Is there something i am missing? Don't want to sound rude but this seems so far from the homebrew community spirit i am a little sad. PS: I am developing an homebrew pokemon save file editor right now. I know that this may seem conflict of interests but of course it is not. I am not even considering that this is a pokemon related app. Mine is an hobby done a couple of hours before going to sleep and this seems a commercial work done with some investments and an effective group of developers and designers.