Hello, Tempers. I have recently purchased a GB USB 64M Smart card with the intention of reliving my childhood by playing the Pokemon Games. I completed Pokemon Blue and had a blast in doing so, but when I started playing Pokemon Gold, I noticed something: there is no rtc (real-time clock.) I understand the smart card cannot have rtc because of lack of hardware, which is why I am posting this thread. About a year ago, I had an issue with Lameboy on my DS in that it kept saying TIME NOT SET on the continue screen and prompted me to reset the time each time I loaded the game. I was wondering if it is possible to replicate this with the smart card so that every time I boot the game, it will allow me to set the time so I can set it to the time in which I am playing (which would result in me having the ability of catching certain Pokemon that appear only at night, etc.) each time I power on the game. I also noticed that the time does not change as I play. I set the date and time to MONDAY 4:13, played for 18 minutes, saved the game and noticed it still said MONDAY 4:13 before powering off my GBA SP. I also tried this in my GBC (not like it would change anything) and am wondering if there is a way to link the accumulation of play time with the progression of real time through emulation of some sort. I have no experience in hex editing and patching, so I would greatly appreciate if a) someone could guide me step-by-step in creating such a patch, or b) if someone could provide a patched ROM for me. Thanks for reading, and I hope someone finds a solution! In the mean time, I'll have to hold back from playing GBC because it really won't feel nostalgic without the in-game time changing. P.S. I can change the time if I were to copy my save file onto my computer and run it in VBA, but I don't want to do that every single time I feel like playing Pokemon Gold as it would be more of a chore than a nostalgia trip.