Before I say anything, I know you guys are going to click away at the download link here.
So this game is called Pokemon: Generations.
It’s an indie game, created by a group of friends who call themselves Xatoku Productions. There is no “official server”, players are given the choice to host their own servers or join someone else’s; straight from the game client itself.
If you need help hosting/joining a server, take a look here.
Take note, that although this game is called Pokemon: Generations, it is only going to feature the 1st generation and the 2nd generation, #1 to #251, Jhoto and Kanto, Bulbasaur to Celebi.
Health Points or HP are your Pokémon’s life. Once your Pokémon is out of HP, it’ll faint, and can’t battle unless recalled with the TAB key. For now, recalling a Pokémon completely heals it.
Stamina, or Stam has replaced the Power Point or PP system from the traditional games. The game no longer features the traditional turn-based battles, but now it plays out as a real time, third person battle. Stamina is used every time your Pokémon uses a move, and sometimes when an opponent uses a move against you.
When it comes to using your skills, you have to target your opponent. So if you fail to click on your opponent, your attack is going to miss. This leaves room for a lot of real time strategy and mind games.
I’d say we can look forward to intense battles, even though your pokemon is just a Level 5!
The game is really really empty right now, there’s nothing much to do in this early beta version. But still, theres much to look forward to in the future. The creators of this game have promised a brand new, original storyline as well as a world for you and your friends to explore.
The next beta release would include Pidgey, Rattata and perhaps squirtles. Models of other pokemon are being worked on as well, they include Gengar, Gastly, Ditto, Geodude, Bulbasaur, Dratini and a couple others. For you ladies out there, there is also a female model they will be rolling out. It slightly resembles Dawn. All pictures in this post, as well as the game in question, are made possible thanks to the hardwork of Xatoku Productions. Give them some love!
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