Pokemon Gold Silver
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Title screen.
Console SNES
Engine Pocket Monster platform engine
Sound engine Bonkers
Alternate names/hacks Pokemon Silver Version Gold Version

Pokémon Gold Silver (Chinese Traditional: 神奇寶貝 金 & 銀) is a platformer based on Pokémon made by an unknown developer for SNES.

Overview Edit

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Level 2.

In this game you can play as either Chikorita (misspelled "Chokorita") or Waninoko (Totodile) through a total of four stages and a final boss fight against Mewtwo. Since the game uses the same engine as Digimon Adventure and Pocket Monster, the gameplay is identical in control and physics. Although there is a character select screen at the beginning, the player can switch between characters freely by pressing Select. Chikorita can temporarily fly by tapping A, while pressing A as Waninoko makes the screen flash and freeze nearby enemies for a short period.

Aside from enemy and character sprites, most graphics appear to be stolen from various sources. Among the more obvious is the background of Level 2 being taken from the intro of Seiken Densetsu 3 (Trails of Mana), and the entire fourth and final stage being copied from the second level of Pocket Monster II. Some of the enemies including the Butterfree, Pidgeot, and Oddish sprites are also directly from Pocket Monster II, which could mean the game shared the same developers.

Trivia Edit

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Togepi, as seen in the last level.

  • Togepi makes a single appearance in the last level.
  • The Chikorita sprite also appears, albeit in 8-bit form, in Pocket Monsters Crystal for GBC. What this entails in unknown.
  • Levels 3 and 4 can be finished within a matter of seconds by using Chikorita's flying ability to go right to the top left of the screen of both levels.
  • Certain parts of each level have strange glitchy SFX that repeat over and over for a short amount of time. Strangely enough, something very similar to this happens in Panda World (NES) which is a hack of Pocket Monster (Famicom).
  • The music is taken from the SNES version of A Bug's Life, suggesting DVS Electronic Co. made it.

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