BackgroundJourney back to the world of Johto as the Gold and Silver Pokemon series continues with brand-new adventures. As a male or female Pokemon trainer, you embark on a quest to become the greatest trainer ever (as always)! Explore all-new areas in the Johto region. Make use of handy new features introduced in the Gold and Silver versions. Swap Mystery Gifts with your friends via Game Link cable, and transfer Pokemon data to Pokemon Stadium 2 for the N64.
GameplayIt's up to you to find, capture, and train all 251 Pokemon in the Johto region. This can be accomplished by trading with the Gold and Silver versions. You also must become the greatest trainer in the region, which means you must defeat the eight gym leaders, then finally defeat the Elite Four, who are the top trainers of Johto.
But it doesn't stop there. Once you've defeated them, you can head on over to the Kanto region and prove yourself there. Can you get all 16 badges?
- Explore Johto, a giant all-new world
- A real-time clock tracks your progress
- Train, battle, and breed your Pokémon creatures
- Two new pokemon types: Dark and Steel
- Trade Pokémon with Gold or Silver editions of the game
Developed by Game Freak.
Added on: July 23, 2001
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- Genre: Fantasy (GBC)
- Theme(s): Anime, Alternate Reality, Fantasy, Lifestyle
- Perspective(s): Top Down,Third Person
- Developer: Game Freak
- Publisher: Nintendo
Released North America Jul 29, 2001 Europe Nov 2, 2001 Japan Dec 14, 2000
- Also known as:
- Pocket Monsters Crystal in Japan
- Pokémon Rumble World
- Pokémon Shuffle
- Pokémon Alpha Sapphire
- Pokémon Omega Ruby
- Pokémon Art Academy
- Pokémon Battle Trozei
- Pokémon Bank
- Pokémon X
- Pokémon White Version
- Pokémon Black Version
- Pokémon SoulSilver Version
- Pokémon HeartGold Version
- Pokémon Platinum Version
- Pokémon Diamond
- Pokémon Pearl