Pokémon

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The Wikibooks Pokémon Guide aims to be a guide for all games in the Pokémon series.

Table of contentsEdit

Pokédex
This section contains various data on Pokémon, as well as strategies on using the Pokémon.
Battle Basics
This section contains the basics to Pokémon battles in the Pokémon RPGs.
Items
This section contains a list of items and their purposes.
Breeding Basics
This section contains the basics to Pokémon Breeding in the Pokémon RPGs.
Competitive Battling
This section contains the basics to Competitive Battling in the Pokémon RPGs.
Contest Basics
This section contains the basics to Pokémon Contests in the Pokémon RPGs.
Pokémon Trading Card Game
This section contains the Wikibooks Pokémon guide to the Pokémon Trading Card Game.
Game Walkthroughs
This section contains the various guides and recommended strategies for getting through each Pokémon game.
List of maximum and minimum values in Pokémon games
Contributor's Guide
This section contains information that should be read before contributing to the Wikibooks Pokémon guide, including the various conventions used therein.

Games coveredEdit

The goal of the Wikibooks Pokémon guide is to cover every game relating to Pokémon. The games are divided into four categories, the first eight of which are collectively referred to as "the RPGs".

First Generation gamesEdit

The following games are considered to be the "first generation" of games, named as such because they are associated with the first series of Pokémon games. Other equivalent terms that are used are chromatic generation, color generation, or monochrome era.

  • Pokémon Blue(Green in Japan) for the Nintendo Game Boy
  • Pokémon Red for the Nintendo Game Boy
  • Pokémon Yellow for the Nintendo Game Boy
  • Pokémon Blue (Japanese version) for the Nintendo Game Boy (Japan only)
  • Pocket Monsters Stadium for the Nintendo 64 (Japan only)
  • Pokémon Stadium for the Nintendo 64 (Pocket Monsters Stadium 2 in Japan)

Second Generation gamesEdit

The following games are considered to be the "second generation" of games, named as such because they are associated with the second series of games. Other terms used include metallic generation, metal generation, or color era.

  • Pokémon Crystal for the Nintendo Game Boy Color
  • Pokémon Gold for the Nintendo Game Boy Color
  • Pokémon Silver for the Nintendo Game Boy Color
  • Pokémon Stadium 2 for the Nintendo 64

Third Generation gamesEdit

The following games are considered to be the "third generation" of games, named as such because they are associated with the third series of games. Other equivalent terms that are used are gem generation, advance generation, or advanced era.

  • Pokémon Ruby for the Nintendo Game Boy Advance
  • Pokémon Sapphire for the Nintendo Game Boy Advance
  • Pokémon Colosseum for the Nintendo GameCube
  • Pokémon Box: Ruby and Sapphire for the Nintendo GameCube
  • Pokémon FireRed for the Nintendo Game Boy Advance
  • Pokémon LeafGreen for the Nintendo Game Boy Advance
  • Pokémon Emerald for the Nintendo Game Boy Advance
  • Pokémon XD: Gale of Darkness for the Nintendo GameCube
  • Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Blue Rescue Team for the Nintendo DS
  • Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Red Rescue Team for the Nintendo Game Boy Advance

Fourth Generation gamesEdit

  • Pokémon Diamond for the Nintendo DS.
  • Pokémon Pearl for the Nintendo DS.
  • Pokémon Platinum for the Nintendo DS.
  • Pokémon Heart Gold for the Nintendo DS.
  • Pokémon Soul Silver for the Nintendo DS.
  • Pokémon Battle Revolution for the Nintendo Wii.
  • My Pokémon Ranch for the Nintendo Wii.
  • Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Explorers of Time for the Nintendo DS.
  • Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Explorers of Darkness for the Nintendo DS.
  • Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Explorers of Sky for the Nintendo DS.
  • Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Keep Going! Blazing Adventure Squad!, Let's Go! Stormy Adventure Squad!, and Go For It! Light Adventure Squad! for the Nintendo Wii.

Fifth Generation gamesEdit

  • Pokémon Black for the Nintendo DS.
  • Pokémon White for the Nintendo DS.
  • Pokémon Black 2 for the Nintendo DS.
  • Pokémon White 2 for the Nintendo DS.

Sixth Generation gamesEdit

  • Pokémon X for the Nintendo 3DS.
  • Pokémon Y for the Nintendo 3DS.
  • Pokémon Omega Ruby for the Nintendo 3DS.
  • Pokémon Alpha Sapphire for the Nintendo 3DS.
  • Pokémon Bank for the Nintendo 3DS.
  • Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Gates to Infinity for the Nintendo 3DS.
  • Pokémon Super Mystery Dungeon for the Nintendo 3DS.

Seventh Generation gamesEdit

  • Pokémon Sun for the Nintendo 3DS.
  • Pokémon Moon for the Nintendo 3DS.
  • Pokémon Ultra Sun for the Nintendo 3DS.
  • Pokémon Ultra Moon for the Nintendo 3DS.
  • Pokémon: Let's Go, Pikachu! for the Nintendo Switch.
  • Pokémon: Let's Go, Eevee! for the Nintendo Switch.

Eighth Generation gamesEdit

  • Pokémon Sword for the Nintendo Switch.
  • Pokémon Shield for the Nintendo Switch.
  • Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Rescue Team DX for the Nintendo Switch.
  • Pokémon Brilliant Diamond for the Nintendo Switch.
  • Pokémon Shining Pearl for the Nintendo Switch.
  • Pokémon Legends: Arceus for the Nintendo Switch.
  • Pokémon Home for the Nintendo Switch, iOS, and Android.

Mobile gamesEdit

  • Pokémon Go for Android and iOS
  • Pokémon Masters EX for Android and iOS
  • Pokémon: Magikarp Jump for Android and iOS
  • Pokémate for FOMA 900i mobile phones
  • Pokémon Sleep (Upcoming)

Miscellaneous gamesEdit

Main spinoffsEdit

  • Hey You, Pikachu! for the Nintendo 64
  • Pokémon Channel for the Nintendo GameCube
  • Pokémon Dash for the Nintendo DS
  • Pokémon Pinball for the Nintendo Game Boy
  • Pokémon Pinball: Ruby and Sapphire for the Nintendo Game Boy Advance
  • Pokémon Puzzle Challenge for the Nintendo Game Boy Color
  • Pokémon Puzzle League for the Nintendo 64
  • Pokémon Snap for the Nintendo 64
  • New Pokémon Snap for the Nintendo Switch
  • Pokémon Trading Card Game for the Nintendo Game Boy
  • Pokémon Trading Card Game 2 for the Nintendo Game Boy (Japan Only)
  • Pokémon TCG Online for Web, Windows, MacOS, Android, and iOS.
  • Pokémon Trozei for the Nintendo DS
  • Pokémon Conquest for the Nintendo DS
  • Learn with Pokémon: Typing Adventure for the Nintendo DS
  • PokéPark Wii: Pikachu's Adventure for the Nintendo Wii
  • PokéPark 2: Wonders Beyond for the Nintendo Wii
  • Pokémon Pikachu line of dedicated handheld consoles.
  • All games for the Pokémon Mini handheld.

Minor spinoffs & licensed third-party gamesEdit

  • Pokémon Project Studio for Microsoft Windows.
  • Pokémon Play It! for Microsoft Windows.
  • Pokémon Play It! Version 2 for Microsoft Windows.