“Pokemon Omega Ruby” and “Alpha Sapphire” reached Nintendo’s portable 3DS on Friday, and the two role-playing games contain more than 700 Pokemon and are part of the sixth generation of “Pokemon” series, a franchise created in 1996 and published by Nintendo.

Mega stones allow Pokemon to Mega evolve and were introduced in 2013’s “Pokemon X and Y.” It’s been confirmed that all of the stones from “X and Y” can be found in “Omega Ruby” and “Alpha Sapphire.” For the locations, check out the video below.

You can also view all of the locations here, courtesy of iDigitalTimes.

Mega Beedrill - Beedrillite

         Sea Mauville

Mega Pidgeot - Pidgeotite

         In Rustboro City, you can show Mr. Stone -- Steven’s father -- the Intriguing Stone. He will reward you with this special Mega Stone.

Mega Slowbro - Slowbroite

         In the Shoal Cave, collect four Shoal salts and four Shoal shells and give it to the man asking for them.

Mega Steelix - Steelixite

         If you have the Japanese version of the ORAS demo, you can transfer over your Mega Steelix

         Granite Cave

Mega Glalie - Glalieite

         If you have the North American version of the ORAS demo, you can transfer over your Mega Glalie to your game.

         Shoal Cave basement

Mega Sceptile - Sceptilite

         If starter Pokemon, you’ll get the Mega Stone on Route 120.

         Route 114 Stone Salesman

Mega Blaziken - Blazikinite

         If starter Pokemon, you’ll get the Mega Stone on Route 120.

         Route 114 Stone Salesman

Mega Swampert - Swampertite

         If starter Pokemon, you’ll get the Mega Stone on Route 120.

         Route 114 Stone Salesman

Mega Sableye - Sableyeite

         Sootopolis City

Mega Altaria - Altariatite

         In Lilycove City, show the Collector your Altaria

Mega Sharpedo - Sharpedoite

         Battle Resort (Omega Ruby)

         Aqua Hideout during the Delta Episode (Alpha Sapphire)

Mega Camerupt - Camerupite

         Battle Resort (Alpha Sapphire)

         Magma Hideout during the Delta Episode (Omega Ruby)

Mega Salamence - Salamencite

         Meteor Falls from Zinnia’s grandmother

Mega Metagross - Metagrossite

         Download your Shiny Beldum that is holding the Mega Stone

         Defeat Steven the Champion after rematch in the Pokemon League

Mega Latios - Latiosite

         Littleroot Town from your mother (Alpha Sapphire)

         On Latios (Omega Ruby)

Mega Latias - Latiasite

         Littleroot Town from your mother (Omega Ruby)

         On Latias (Alpha Sapphire)

Mega Rayquaza

         Does not need a Mega Stone

Mega Lopunny - Lopunnyite

         Mauville City, from the man in the suit in the Mauville Hills

Mega Gallade - Galladite

         From Professor Cozmo after the Delta Episode

Mega Audino - Audinite

         Battle Resort from the Looker

Mega Diancie - Diancieite

         Transfer Diancie from X and Y and go to any Pokemon Center to receive the Mega Stone.

Primal Evolutions

Primal Kyogre

         Mt. Pyre (Omega Ruby)

         On Kyogre (Alpha Sapphire)

Primal Groudon

         Mt. Pyre (Alpha Sapphire)

         On Groudon (Omega Ruby) 

X and Y Mega Stones

Mega Charizard X - Charizardite X

- Fiery Path

Mega Charizard Y - Charizardite Y

- Scorched Slab

Mega Venasaur - Venasaurite

- Route 119

Mega Blastoise - Blastoiseite

- SS Tidal

Mega Alakazam

- Slateport City Market

Mega Gengar 

- Battle Resort

Mega Kangaskhan

- Pacifidlog Town

Mega Pinsir

- Route 124

Mega Gyarados

-Route 123 in the mouth of Poochyena

Mega Aerodactyl

- Meteor Falls

Mega Mewtwo X

- Littleroot Town

Mega Mewtwo Y

-Pokemon League

Mega Ampharos

- New Mauville

Mega Scizor

-Petalburg Woods

Mega Heracross 

- Route 127

Mega Houndoom

- Lavaridge Town

Mega Tyranitar 

- Jagged Pass

Mega Gardevoir

- Verdanturf Town from Wanda

Mega Mawile 

- Verdanturf Town

Mega Aggron 

- Rusturf Tunnel

Mega Medicham 

- Mt. Pyre

Mega Manectric

- Route 110 on Cycling Road

Mega Banette

- Mt. Pyre

Mega Absol 

- Safari Zone