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Pokémon Adventure
Pokemon Adventuring
Featured Level

Creator

FireNine09

Date created

March 19th, 2012

Play count

5,000,000+

Rating

3.88 (13,000+ votes)

Playable character

Irresponsible Dad

Pokemon Adventure is a featured level made by FireNine09. It currently has over 5,000,000 plays, and a rating of 3.88 from over 13,000 votes. The level is a parody of the Pokémon franchise (which was also parodied by IAMURHUSBAND), a series made by Nintendo, first released in Japan on February 27, 1996. Irresponsible Dad is the forced character.   

Gameplay

Irresponsible Dad represents Ash Ketchum, and your goal is to obtain all the three tokens in the level, represented as Gym Badges. The level starts in the player's room with Pidgey and Snorlax dolls. As you proceed downstairs, an Effective Shopper NPC warns the player that he is late to his Pokémon Adventure. After leaving the house and entering Professor Oak's (a retextured Explorer Guy) Lab, he awards him a Pikachu, that as soon as touched will start running off. Through the road the player may encounter the bird Pokémon, Spearow, that have hidden blades or spikes, and thus can kill the player. After such hazards, the player lands on a water pond and needs to climb to the platform. A Starmie Pokémon is sent out by the first Gym Leader Misty; the player needs to reflect Starmie with one of the bikes wheels back to Misty. The first badge is then obtained.

After such, the player arrives in the next Gym, the Pewter Gym, where the player needs to help Pikachu get inside the gym and defeat the second Gym Leader's Pokémon Onix, a giant, rock snake-like Pokémon. Brock informs the player that he left the second Badge next to the Gym. After such, the player must reverse the way to a platform to a cave that then opens after the triggering event, when Team Rocket takes off in a Meowth balloon with a bag full of Digletts. The player must take a risky fall to get the second Gym Badge, and then get through the cave, where Diglett that move in a Whack-A-Mole pattern and Koffing live.

After getting through the cave, the player needs to pass through the Bulbasaur blocking the way, where then Officer Jenny informs the player about a Charizard that the player may mount. In order for the player to succesfully ride it all the way to the last Gym Badge, he needs to have arms and mount it (eject from the vehicle and grab it), then fly through another cave, where many Pokémon (including the Legendary Pokémon Mew and Mewtwo) appear as easter eggs. Otherwise the player needs to take a difficult, tricky path through the cave ("the loser's way" as described by the author).

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