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Game: Pocket Monsters Green
Platform: Game Boy
Nintendo of Japan release date: 27 February 1996
Nintendo (abroad) release date: Never released.
Players: 1


One of the two original Game Boy games released in Japan, in 1996, was Pocket Monsters Green; the other, Pocket Monsters Red. The Pocket Monster Fushigibana is featured on the front of this game. Pocket Monsters Green is stikingly similar to the Pokémon version Blue that was produced outside of Japan.

The object of the game is to collect all 150 Pocket Monsters and complete your Pokédex. You travel through towns and cities, battling trainers along the way, and compete in Gym Battles to earn badges. The story is the same as in the Red or Blue versions. In the Green version, however, you can find Pokémon in different areas in the game than you normally would in the versions Red and Blue. The Unknown Dungeon also appeared differently.

Nintendo chose not to produce this game outside of Japan, mainly because of the Pokémon graphics and some elements of the game. Compared to the other beginning versions, the version Green didn't have very precise graphics, and in my opinion, the Pokémon's pictures appeared well...strange.

Overall, the game remains a classic, and an original. In a way, everything Pokémon--Pocket Monsters--really backs this game up. After all, if it wasn't for the starting point of this game, then Pokémon might have not "evolved" into what it is today!



The game "Pocket Monsters Version Green"



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