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PokéPark Wii: Pikachu's Adventure
PokéPark Wii cover
Game Information
Publisher Nintendo
Developer Creatures, Inc.
Category Action, Adventure
Players Many players
ESRB E for Everyone
Release Dates
Flag of Japan December 5, 2009
Flag of the United States November 1, 2010
Flag of Europe July 9, 2010
Other Info
Platform Wii
PokéPark Wii: Pikachu's Adventure is an action or adventure game available for the Wii console. The game was released on December 5, 2009, in Japan, November 1, 2010, in North America, and July 9, 2010, in Europe. The game features the player controlling a Pikachu while challenging Pokémon to a Skill Game and partaking the attractions.

Plot

Sky Prism
Mew asks Pikachu to collect the Sky Prism Pieces.
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One day, Pikachu, Chikorita, Charmander, and Piplup were happily playing around until the mysterious Mew appears and sends the Pokémon to PokéPark. Mew tells Pikachu that PokéPark is in great danger as the Sky Prism has shattered into fourteen pieces and Sky Pavilion will soon eventually fall into PokéPark. Now, Pikachu ventures out to collect the pieces from the fourteen attractions, while facing powerful Pokémon through Skill Games and also trying befriending them. During Pikachu's adventure, he'll have to settle a dispute over Venusaur, Empoleon, and Blaziken. However, even after settling the dispute, new problems arise when natural disasters begin to occur.

Park Pikachu and Empoleon
Pikachu meets Empoleon, the keeper of the Iceberg Zone.
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After collecting all the prism pieces and beating all the attractions, upon returning to the Flower Zone, Pikachu is assisted by Shaymin who will gladly transform itself into its Sky-Forme and guide Pikachu and his friends in a hot air balloon to Sky Pavilion. On Sky Pavilion, the Pokémon, excluding Piplup, search for Mew but was unsuccessful. Piplup informs that his search was unsuccessful either. The Pokémon soon return to the hot air balloon and notices that Piplup never left his post.

Mew vs Pikachu
Mew challenges Pikachu to a battle.
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Now, the Pokémon head to the other Piplup and discover that it was Mew in disguise. Mew then tests Pikachu's abilities in three Skill Games: Obstacle Hop, Battling, and Chase. During Obstacle Hop, Pikachu must jump from platform to platform without falling off. During the Battle event, Mew transforms into a Magmortar, then into a Garchomp, and finally into a Tyranitar. Upon defeating all forms, Mew challenges for a Chase. Once caught, Mew now fixes the shattered Sky Prism, and PokéPark is saved.

Features

Skill Games

The Skill Games consists of five activities that test Pikachu's abilities against Pokémon.

Battle

Park Battle
Battling Blastoise
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Battling is the main activity in which some Pokémon will challenge you to a duel. During the battle, the player will need to lower the Pokémon's hit points by using a variety of moves at Pikachu's disposal. The battle feature is identical to the battling in the main series game, whereas different types of Pokémon are granted a weakness or immunity against Pikachu's Thunderbolt or Iron Tail.

Hide & Seek

Park Hide and Seek
Seeking Oddish
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Hide & Seek is another activity where a Pokémon will challenge you to find it. While playing, the Pokémon hides and you'll have to search around the area. However, if the Pokémon is close to Pikachu, its cry can be heard.

Chase

Park Chase
Chasing Ponyta
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Chase is a common activity where the Pokémon will maneuver around the area. During the tag race, Pikachu will need to catch up and "tag" the Pokémon using Pikachu's Quick Attack. Some Pokémon will leave traps that will slow down Pikachu.

Quiz

Park Quizzes
Corsola gives a quiz
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Pokémon will sometimes offer quizzes where the player must answer correctly. The Pokémon will ask the same questions. After three consecutive correct answers, the Pokémon will allow you to advance through another part of the zone or befriend them.

Obstacle Hop

Park Obstacle Hop
Pikachu hops into another platform
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The least common challenge is the Obstacle Hop. The Obstacle Hop is a series of platforms that Pikachu must jump on and reach the goal. The challenge must be completed within the 99 seconds time limit. If Pikachu falls off the platform, it will need to restart from the beginning with the timer still counting down.

Photography

Photography returns with Misdreavus running the system. The player can take screenshots, using the minus (-) button on the Wii remote, of the gameplay using the camera given by Misdreavus. If the player speaks to Misdreavus, the player can view the gallery, delete, or save the images to an SD card.

Powering-Up Pikachu

Park PowerUp
Electabuzz trains Pikachu's Thunderbolt
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Pikachu's attacks can be powered-up in the Meeting Place by talking to Electabuzz, Ponyta, Bibarel, or Primeape to strengthen up Thunderbolt, Quick Attack, Pikachu's hit points, and Iron Tail, respectively. In order to power-up, the player must pay them a certain amount of berries.

Locations

There are several zones in PokéPark with different attractions and Pokémon inhabiting it.

Meeting Place

Park Meeting Place
The Meeting Place
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The Meeting Place is the central hub where the player can do various tasks, such as powering-up Pikachu or entering other zones. The player can access this location by beating Venusaur's Vine Swing.

Meadow Zone

Park Meadow Zone
Meadow Zone
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Meadow Zone is the first area accessible in the game. This grassland features several types of Pokémon, most notably the Grass and Bug types.

Beach Zone

Park Beach Zone
Beach Zone
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Beach Zone is accessed upon defeating Venusaur's Vine Swing and finally entering the Meeting Place. The ocean side features several water-based attractions and Water Pokémon. One can access the Iceberg Zone by befriending Lapras.

Iceberg Zone

Park Iceberg Zone
Iceberg Zone
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Iceberg Zone is an area accessible upon befriending Lapras. Afterwards, Lapras will transport you to Iceberg Zone. This zone is inhabited by Ice and Water Pokémon.

Cavern Zone

The Cavern Zone is an area accessible upon beating Empoleon's Snow Slide. This area is inhabited by Rock and Ground-type Pokémon. The player can access Lava Zone through here.

Lava Zone

Park Magma Zone
Lava Zone
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Lava Zone is an area accessible after fixing the rail system in Cavern Zone. Lava Zone is primarily inhabited by Fire Pokémon.

Haunted Zone

Haunted Zone is an area accessible upon defeating Blaziken's Boulder Bash. This spooky zone is inhabited by Ghost and Dark-type Pokémon.

Granite Zone

The Granite Zone is an area accessible upon beating Rotom's Spooky Shoot-'em Up attraction. This zone is inhabited by several rare Pokémon. The player can access Flower Zone here.

Flower Zone

Park Flower Zone
Flower Zone
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The Flower Zone is an area accessible upon beating Salamence's Air Ace. This zone is inhabited by few Pokémon, such as Rayquaza and Shaymin.

Sky Pavilion

Park Sky Pavilion
Sky Pavilion
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Sky Pavilion is the final zone that can be accessed after beating all attractions. This area is inhabited by the mysterious Mew and the Sky Prism.

Attractions

Attractions are the main feature in PokéPark. There are fourteen attractions in total.

Pokémon

Park Chatot Chatot
P-001
Park Chikorita Chikorita
P-002
Park Turtwig Turtwig
P-003
Park Torterra Torterra
P-004
Park Buneary Buneary
P-005
Park Munchlax Munchlax
P-006
Park Treecko Treecko
P-007
Park Mankey Mankey
P-008
Park Bidoof Bidoof
P-009
Park Bibarel Bibarel
P-010
Park Oddish Oddish
P-011
Park Aipom Aipom
P-012
Park Ambipom Ambipom
P-013
Park Leafeon Leafeon
P-014
Park Spearow Spearow
P-015
Park Croagunk Croagunk
P-016
Park Starly Starly
P-017
Park Bonsly Bonsly
P-018
Park Sudowoodo Sudowoodo
P-019
Park Pachirisu Pachirisu
P-020
Park Lotad Lotad
P-021
Park Shinx Shinx
P-022
Park Scyther Scyther
P-023
Park Magikarp Magikarp
P-024
Park Caterpie Caterpie
P-025
Park Butterfree Butterfree
P-026
Park Weedle Weedle
P-027
Park Shroomish Shroomish
P-028
Park Tropius Tropius
P-029
Park Bulbasaur Bulbasaur
P-030
Park Venusaur Venusaur
P-031
Park Piplup Piplup
P-032
Park Slowpoke Slowpoke
P-033
Park Azurill Azurill
P-034
Park Corsola Corsola
P-035
Park Wynaut Wynaut
P-036
Park Carvanha Carvanha
P-037
Park Sharpedo Sharpedo
P-038
Park Wailord Wailord
P-039
Park Totodile Totodile
P-040
Park Feraligatr Feraligatr
P-041
Park Lapras Lapras
P-042
Park Psyduck Psyduck
P-043
Park Golduck Golduck
P-044
Park Buizel Buizel
P-045
Park Floatzel Floatzel
P-046
Park Vaporeon Vaporeon
P-047
Park Mudkip Mudkip
P-048
Park Taillow Taillow
P-049
Park Staravia Staravia
P-050
Park Pidgeotto Pidgeotto
P-051
Park Krabby Krabby
P-052
Park Corphish Corphish
P-053
Park Blastoise Blastoise
P-054
Park Wingull Wingull
P-055
Park Pelipper Pelipper
P-056
Park Gyarados Gyarados
P-057
Park Glalie Glalie
P-058
Park Froslass Froslass
P-059
Park Piloswine Piloswine
P-060
Park Mamoswine Mamoswine
P-061
Park Teddiursa Teddiursa
P-062
Park Ursaring Ursaring
P-063
Park Kirlia Kirlia
P-064
Park Spheal Spheal
P-065
Park Quagsire Quagsire
P-066
Park Glaceon Glaceon
P-067
Park Octillery Octillery
P-068
Park Delibird Delibird
P-069
Park Primeape Primeape
P-070
Park Squirtle Squirtle
P-071
Park Smoochum Smoochum
P-072
Park Sneasel Sneasel
P-073
Park Prinplup Prinplup
P-074
Park Empoleon Empoleon
P-075
Park Mr. Mime Mr. Mime
P-076
Park Mawile Mawile
P-077
Park Aron Aron
P-078
Park Gible Gible
P-079
Park Marowak Marowak
P-080
Park Zubat Zubat
P-081
Park Golbat Golbat
P-082
Park Diglett Diglett
P-083
Park Dugtrio Dugtrio
P-084
Park Snorlax Snorlax
P-085
Park Geodude Geodude
P-086
Park Machamp Machamp
P-087
Park Meowth Meowth
P-088
Park Scizor Scizor
P-089
Park Cranidos Cranidos
P-090
Park Phanpy Phanpy
P-091
Park Raichu Raichu
P-092
Park Magnemite Magnemite
P-093
Park Magnezone Magnezone
P-094
Park Hitmonlee Hitmonlee
P-095
Park Electivire Electivire
P-096
Park Bastiodon Bastiodon
P-097
Park Charmander Charmander
P-098
Park Hitmontop Hitmontop
P-099
Park Hitmonchan Hitmonchan
P-100
Park Camerupt Camerupt
P-101
Park Chimchar Chimchar
P-102
Park Infernape Infernape
P-103
Park Vulpix Vulpix
P-104
Park Ninetales Ninetales
P-105
Park Farfetch'd Farfetch'd
P-106
Park Meditite Meditite
P-107
Park Magby Magby
P-108
Park Magmortar Magmortar
P-109
Park Flareon Flareon
P-110
Park Magcargo Magcargo
P-111
Park Torkoal Torkoal
P-112
Park Golem Golem
P-113
Park Quilava Quilava
P-114
Park Baltoy Baltoy
P-115
Park Claydol Claydol
P-116
Park Ponyta Ponyta
P-117
Park Rhyperior Rhyperior
P-118
Park Torchic Torchic
P-119
Park Blaziken Blaziken
P-120
Park Murkrow Murkrow
P-121
Park Honchkrow Honchkrow
P-122
Park Gliscor Gliscor
P-123
Park Drifloon Drifloon
P-124
Park Kakuna Kakuna
P-125
Park Metapod Metapod
P-126
Park Tangrowth Tangrowth
P-127
Park Riolu Riolu
P-128
Park Sableye Sableye
P-129
Park Spinarak Spinarak
P-130
Park Breloom Breloom
P-131
Park Pichu Pichu
P-132
Park Misdreavus Misdreavus
P-133
Park Mismagius Mismagius
P-134
Park Elekid Elekid
P-135
Park Electabuzz Electabuzz
P-136
Park Luxray Luxray
P-137
Park Stunky Stunky
P-138
Park Skuntank Skuntank
P-139
Park Voltorb Voltorb
P-140
Park Electrode Electrode
P-141
Park Umbreon Umbreon
P-142
Park Espeon Espeon
P-143
Park Gastly Gastly
P-144
Park Haunter Haunter
P-145
Park Gengar Gengar
P-146
Park Duskull Duskull
P-147
Park Dusknoir Dusknoir
P-148
Park Charizard Charizard
P-149
Park Flygon Flygon
P-150
Park Porygon-Z Porygon-Z
P-151
Park Bronzor Bronzor
P-152
Park Togekiss Togekiss
P-153
Park Arcanine Arcanine
P-154
Park Lopunny Lopunny
P-155
Park Furret Furret
P-156
Park Staraptor Staraptor
P-157
Park Skorupi Skorupi
P-158
Park Eevee Eevee
P-159
Park Hoppip Hoppip
P-160
Park Jumpluff Jumpluff
P-161
Park Aerodactyl Aerodactyl
P-162
Park Jolteon Jolteon
P-163
Park Tyranitar Tyranitar
P-164
Park Garchomp Garchomp
P-165
Park Absol Absol
P-166
Park Salamence Salamence
P-167
Park Bellossom Bellossom
P-168
Park Budew Budew
P-169
Park Skiploom Skiploom
P-170
Park Cyndaquil Cyndaquil
P-171
Park Mareep Mareep
P-172
Park Dragonite Dragonite
P-173
Park Lucario Lucario
P-174
Park Rayquaza Rayquaza
P-175
Park Drifblim Drifblim
P-176
Park Burmy Burmy
P-177
Park Mime Jr. Mime Jr.
P-178
Park Abra Abra
P-179
Park Mew Mew
P-180
Park Jirachi Jirachi
P-181
Park Manaphy Manaphy
P-182
Park Latias Latias
P-183
Park Suicune Suicune
P-184
Park Metagross Metagross
P-185
Park Heatran Heatran
P-186
Park Groudon Groudon
P-187
Park Celebi Celebi
P-188
Park Darkrai Darkrai
P-189
Park Rotom Rotom
P-190
Park Shaymin Shaymin
P-191
Park Latios Latios
P-192
Park Deoxys Deoxys
P-193

Passwords

The game features a password system in which the player can unlock various items and make Pokémon appear in PokéPark. The passwords can be entered through the Password Selection in the main menu.

Pokémon/Item American Code Japanese Code Europe Code
Pikachu's Balloons 99930457 80373821 57429445
Pikachu's Snowboard 67446162 41695651 04823523
Pikachu's Surfboard 02970626 78872252 84925064
Celebi's Appearance 58068773 21154585 99645049
Groudon's Appearance 49446209 93360553 45594012
Jirachi's Appearance 73938790 88484977 82401777
Darkrai's Appearance 65967413 16703396 20433557

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