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Mar 30, 2011 | 3:06 PM EDT
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Previously a top ten action app on the android marketplace (got suspended) with over 100k downloads! 4.8/5 rating with over 2,000 ratings!

When a pack of wild Rattata attack Professor Oak's lab, it is up to you to stop them. Set out on your own Pokemon journey, to catch and train all pokemon and try to solve the mystery behind these attacks. Featuring the original 151 pokemon!

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Capture the enemy Pokemon and add them to your team.
Level up your team and bring them into battle.
Classic Tower defense gameplay.
A wild and crazy story that takes you all around the kanto region.
Pokemon will learn moves and EVOLVE just like the real game!
Level all the way to 100!

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Rated 5 / 5 stars

Thumbs up

This game has a great potential. I unlike other people didn't mind when defeated by Brock and in the Viridian forrest for the first time, because that's what pokemon games are like - Are you weak? Then you have to go back and train. I actually liked this principle and the fact that the game doesn't punish you for failure. Good Mewtwo is weird, as is speaking Pidgey. As for the catching, you are told by Oak at the very beginning people. Otherwise I really liked it!

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Olmate responds:

Thanks! More will be coming this weekend


Rated 5 / 5 stars


Is this downloadable on Ipod touch?

Olmate responds:

No sorry, Apple would never allow this game on the app store.


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

To catch Pokemon....

For all the people complaining they can't catch pokemon, you can only catch them when their health is RED not GREEN. To catch a Pokemon drag the pokeball over the Pokemon, the pokeball will open, it convienently freezes time while attempting to catch a Pokemon, and then release the button to catch it. Great game, I have trouble catching the Sandshrew, Geodudes, and Onixs. Is that because they're trainer pokemon that they never go RED? Fun game though, I personally found Brock really easy, and the Viridian Forest's final wave the toughest. Pikachu is a little overpowered with it's speed. Onix is relatively easy if you have a few decently leveled Pokemon. [Pro-tip]The last level always takes away a Pokemon, it takes the starter if it's there, otherwise it takes one randomly I believe, so having atleast ONE other high level Pokemon is a good idea, you can even catch a Rattata on the first level, and then stop using your starter except on the last battle, just so you'll have your other Pokemn at higher level(s).[/pro-tip] I would give this game a ten if it either explained that you can't catch the final levels Pokemon, OR if they are catchable, if they were made easier to catch. Slowing down Pikachu a little bit would be nice too, but it does make catching a Caterpie or Weedle seem more profitable, even if only to use for slowing Pikachu with String Shot. Deciding to slow down the Pikachu would be nice for newer players, or for people unfamiliar with the signature bug move, String Shot.

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Olmate responds:

Yea Brock's Pokemon and some "boss" pokemon (the last 3 pikachus in the forest level, cannot be captured I'm adding a sort of signal for this.


Rated 4 / 5 stars

I can catch

The game registers where the object you are holding is, point at the pokémon with the ball, not with the mouse.

With that out of the way: I feel the curve here is quite steep, slightly faster leveling might have worked too. What I like is that the different pokémon are not equally strong at the same level. In normal tower defence games unbalance like that would be a bad thing, but here all the towers are for free, you just have to try and catch the good ones. The cutscenes are not exeptional. but fit the style nicely. The controls are a bit confusing at times (I kept taking pokémon of the field if I wanted to upgrade them), and there is not too much of tactical variation in the placement of the towers, but it's a pretty good game.

P.S. People on Newgrounds like a pokémon game? What happened to gotta kill them all? ;)

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Olmate responds:

Thanks for the feedback, much appreciated.


Rated 4 / 5 stars

Big potential

This game has big potential but it still glitchy... well, its not surprising for alpha-stage game, but still... for example I've couldnt release one Pokemon I've catched here, and after one evolved the game stopped to work

Olmate responds:

That's odd that the game stopped working after you evolved, can you explain a little more perhaps. Also you can release pokemon, on your party select screen click on your pokemon and you should see a release button there.