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Pokémon (AKA: ポケモン, short for Pocket Monsters, ポケットモンスター) is one of the most popular video game series in the world, developed by Game Freak and published by Nintendo from Japan in 1996. 田尻 智 first conceived the creation of Pokémon series between 1989 and 1990, when Game Boy first became popular. The whole idea of the Pokémon world came from his childhood love to insects collection.

As a game primarily based on RPG elements and supplemented by strategy and action elements, the unique game system of Pokémon has been widely welcomed by the video game players around the world. The entire series has run through Nintendo’s various generations of handheld game consoles. Games in the series are usually released and sold in pairs, and the remake often appears several years after the original game was released. The main series consists of role-playing games, while the side series includes other genres, such as action role-playing games, puzzle games, and digital pets.

Pokémon’s games are divided into different generations due to its large number, depending on the number of Pokémons they cover, the platforms they are for, and the time they were released. As of writing this post, it has published 8 generations, dozens of games for Nintendo’s various game platforms (Game Boy, Game Boy Color, Game Boy Advance, Nintendo DS, Nintendo 3DS, Nintendo Switch). When a game in the main series introduces new Pokémons, characters, and gameplays, this game is considered to have entered the next generation of the game series.

Guinness World Records awarded the Pokémon series of games eight records in 2008, including “Most successful RPG series throughout the game history” and “Game series with the most spin-off films”. At the same time, as the best game work ever released by Nintendo rather than made by Nintendo, Pokémon is also considered one of the most coveted game series. This is thanks to its addictive game mechanics (the collection element makes the game attractive).

In this post, AppNee collects and shares almost all works of Pokémon series (in English only). Besides, we also share some fan-made or hacked versions. As usual, most download links are reserved. If you need them, just send the games you want via email, then we will upload the ones for you.

// Games List of Main Series //

Generation Title Release Year System
Generation I Pocket Monsters: Red and Green 1996 Game Boy
Pocket Monsters: Blue 1996
Pokémon Red and Blue 1998
Pokémon Yellow 1998
Generation II Pokémon Gold and Silver 1999 Game Boy Color
Pokémon Crystal 2000
Generation III Pokémon Ruby and Sapphire 2002 Game Boy Advance
Pokémon FireRed and LeafGreen 2004
Pokémon Emerald 2004
Generation IV Pokémon Diamond and Pearl 2006 Nintendo DS
Pokémon Platinum 2008
Pokémon HeartGold and SoulSilver 2009
Generation V Pokémon Black and White 2010
Pokémon Black 2 and White 2 2012
Generation VI Pokémon X and Y 2013 Nintendo 3DS
Pokémon Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire 2014
Generation VII Pokémon Sun and Moon 2016
Pokémon Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon 2017
Pokémon: Let’s Go, Pikachu! and Let’s Go, Eevee! 2018 Nintendo Switch
Generation VIII Pokémon Sword and Shield 2019
Pokémon Brilliant Diamond and Shining Pearl 2021
Pokémon Legends: Arceus 2022

// Fan-Made Demo Videos //

// Use Instructions //

for Pokémon Link!/Pokémon Trozei!:

Error
Failed to write save data. Turn off the power, remove and reinsert the DS Game Card, then turn the power back on.
Solution
Enter “Options/Emulation Setup” -> change “NDS-Cartridge Backup Media” to “FRAM 32KBytes“. Then “File/Reset Cartridge”

for Pokémon White/Black series:

Error
The save data could not be accessed. Please turn the power off and reinsert the Game Card.
Solution
  1. In your No$GBA emulator, enter “Options/Emulation Setup“, change “NDS-Cartridge Backup Media” to “FRAM 32KBytes
  2. Enter “Utility/Cheats“, and choose the appropriate codes below for your ROM version
  3. Click “Add new
  4. The fix consists of two code parts, copy the corresponding code part 1 below and paste it here, then select “Action Replay DS” and press ‘OK
  5. Click ‘Add new‘ again
  6. Copy the corresponding code part 2 below and paste it here, then select “Action Replay DS” and press ‘OK
  7. Enable the cheats by double clicking the items,  and click ‘OK
  8. Click “File/Reset Cartridge
  9. Done

*** This solution applies to the Pokemon Black and White English versions only.

Codes
Pokemon Black (English) Code Part 1

52004EA0 E8BD01F0
02004EA0 EAFFF25C
E2001800 0000005C
E92D4008 E3A00000
E3A0150E E2811A06
E5810B44 EA5FE9F2
E59F4034 E59F5034
E5845000 E59F4020
E5945000 E59F601C
E1550006 03A05001
05C4500A 03A05000
E1445DB4 E8BD01F0
EA000D95 021809E0
28AAFF1F 037FBFE0
EAA01606 00000000
D0000000 00000000

Pokemon Black (English) Code Part 2

52189188 43082020
22189188 00000010
D2000000 00000000

Pokemon White (English) Code Part 1

52004EA0 E8BD01F0
02004EA0 EAFFF25C
E2001800 0000005C
E92D4008 E3A00000
E3A0150E E2811A06
E5810B44 EA5FE9F2
E59F4034 E59F5034
E5845000 E59F4020
E5945000 E59F601C
E1550006 03A05001
05C4500A 03A05000
E1445DB4 E8BD01F0
EA000D95 02180A00
28AAFF1F 037FBFE0
EAA01606 00000000
D0000000 00000000

Pokemon White (English) Code Part 2

521891A8 43082020
221891A8 00000010
D2000000 00000000

// Download URLs //

Game Console Download Size
Pocket Monsters Green Version Game Boy reserved 451 KB
Pokémon Red Version reserved 371 KB
Pokémon Blue Version reserved 371 KB
Pokémon Yellow Version Game Boy Color reserved 500 KB
Pokémon Gold Version reserved 731 KB
Pokémon Silver Version reserved 731 KB
Pokémon Crystal Version reserved 0.98 MB
Pokémon Diamond reserved 615 KB
Pokémon Pinball reserved 310 KB
Pokémon Puzzle Challenge reserved 791 KB
Pokémon Trading Card Game reserved 459 KB
Pokémon Edición Rojo Fuego Game Boy Advance reserved 5.05 MB
Pokémon Edición Zafiro reserved 4.71 MB
Pokémon Emerald Version reserved 6.65 MB
Pokémon Glazed Version reserved 9.41 MB
Pokémon Mystery Dungeon Red Rescue Team reserved 10.7 MB
Pokémon Ruby Version reserved 4.70 MB
Pokémon Shiny Gold Sigma Version reserved 8.23 MB
Pokémon Ultra Violet Version reserved 5.11 MB
Pokémon Box Ruby & Sapphire GameCube reserved 30.1 MB
Pokémon Channel reserved 1.25 GB
Pokémon Colosseum reserved 468 MB
Pokémon XD Gale of Darkness reserved 780 MB
Pokémon Rumble Wii reserved 26.0 MB
Pokémon Snap reserved 28.9 MB
Pokémon Battle Revolution reserved 0.98 GB
PokéPark reserved 2.01 GB
PokéPark 2 Wonders Beyond reserved 1.17 GB
Pokémon Puzzle League Nintendo 64 reserved 21.2 MB
Pokémon Snap reserved 8.72 MB
Pokémon Stadium reserved 26.5 MB
Pokémon Stadium 2 reserved 46.8 MB
Pokémon Dash Nintendo DS reserved 7.04 MB
Pokémon Diamond Version reserved 26.1 MB
Pokémon HeartGold Version reserved 40.5 MB
Pokémon Link! reserved 10.6 MB
Pokémon Mystery Dungeon – Blue Rescue Team reserved 11.2 MB
Pokémon Mystery Dungeon – Explorers of Darkness reserved 37.4 MB
Pokémon Mystery Dungeon – Explorers of Sky reserved 44.3 MB
Pokémon Mystery Dungeon – Explorers of Time reserved 30.3 MB
Pokémon Pearl Version reserved 14.5 MB
Pokémon Platinum Version reserved 21.7 MB
Pokémon Ranger Shadows of Almia reserved 41.0 MB
Pokémon SoulSilver Version reserved 58.0 MB
Pokémon Trozei! reserved 10.4 MB
Pokémon Uranium Version PC n/a

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