Pokemon Campaign

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Doofus 5 Points

Catch a Bidoof

Humble Beginnings 5 Points

Start your adventure

Super Nerd 5 Points

Use Dexter to research a Pokemon

Big 5 10 Points

Reach Level 5

Dat's Right! 10 Points

As Meowth, KO a Pokemon owned by Ash

Searching Far And Wide 10 Points

Explore every area in the Campo Region

Super Rod 10 Points

Catch a Pokemon from a pond

Type Advantage 10 Points

Deal 4x super effective damage to a wild Pokemon

Vroom Vroom 10 Points

Add Racecar the Girafarig to your team

Big 10 25 Points

Reach Level 10

Bugcatcher 25 Points

Defeat Yanmega in Mantis Forest

Hiker 25 Points

Travel over 10,000 metres

Kill-fish 25 Points

Defeat Qwilfish in Periwinkle Pond

Needle Little Help? 25 Points

Defeat Cacturne in Midnight Graveyard

Rare Catch 25 Points

Catch a pseudo-legendary Pokemon

Smell Ya Later! 25 Points

Defeat Stunky in Fandango Fields

Trio, Trio, Trio! 25 Points

Defeat Dugtrio in Cordovan Cave

Grinding! 100 Points

KO 100 wild Pokemon

Pokemon Master 100 Points

Beat the game

Secret Medal ????? Points

Unlock this medal to learn its secrets!

Author Comments

Pokemon Campaign is a fan game set in the Pokemon universe that trades in the series' traditional turn-based battle system for real-time combat. Control your Pokemon directly by using WASD and the mouse to traverse new areas, catch new Pokemon, and take on bosses!

This game has been in development limbo for three years, and it makes me ecstatic to finally be able to present it to the public. It is by far the largest project that I've ever tackled. Thank you so much to everyone who supported it during its development.


P.S. If you come across any bugs while playing that may have slipped through the cracks, please don't hesitate to PM me or mention it in a review. I'll do my best to keep on top of updates. If you don't have a Newgrounds account, you can also contact me at pokemoncampaign@gmail.com

IF YOU ARE EXPERIENCING LAG, I have added a quality control option in the top right corner. The graphical difference is almost unnoticeable, and it should make the game run much more smoothly. Thank you to everyone who brought this to my attention.

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OrangePylon responds:

Watch out for that hand on your shoulder.

It's pretty fun! I don't have the most optimal computer, but it still seems to work pretty well. I was a little confused at first when it came to how to talk to people, but after I managed to talk to Professor Juniper (via mindless keyboard slamming), I laughed pretty hard at her reply.

OrangePylon responds:

Glad that line was appreciated! Thanks a lot.

This reminds me a lot of Mystery dungeon. Thank you so much for making me think back of it! I would buy it right away again! :D

OrangePylon responds:

Thanks! Don't sue me, Nintendo -- here's proof that I'm making you guys money!

verry neat game !

OrangePylon responds:

Thanks, dude!

A pretty good game, but unfortunately has bad lag, particularly in the graveyard area. It's probably that spotlight flare effect doing it. Playing on lowest quality.

That makes the Cacturne quest absolutely miserable. Aside from that area the game was manageable, though I've had others tell me it lags up unplayably for them even at the very start.

Charmander is the best starting choice. Other than that you'll want a Dratini as soon as you can get one and a Wingull is quite good early on but you'll probably drop it later in the game.

Once you get an Onix he will probably be your go-to Pokemon.

Got a Lapras. Ditched him for Dratini even though I maybe should have kept Lapras. Doesn't matter that much as they're very similar except Lapras is extremely rare and slightly better book stats, but didn't notice much difference in actual use.

You also definitely want a Butterfree at some point.

And you probably don't want to drop the Girafarig as I don't think you can get another.

OrangePylon responds:

That's a pretty succinct tier list, I'd say. Basically anything that's very fast (hits the cap of 80 speed) or anything that's actually fully-evolved can outclass everything else. You're always able to win using your favourites, though, which I think is a big draw for Pokémon fans.

Thanks for the review! I'm glad you enjoyed it.