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Game: Pocket Monsters Puzzle Challenge
Platform: Game Boy
Nintendo of Japan release date:
Nintendo (abroad) release date:
Players: 1

Are you ready to take the newest Pokémon Puzzle Challenge? Here it is. Battle in a Puzzle League with new Pokémon from the versions Gold, Silver and Crystal.

Trainers travel from one gym to another, battling other trainers. By doing this, you unlock secret Pocket Monsters, as well as hatch- pre-evolution Pokémon from eggs. Strive to become the Pokémon Puzzle Challenge Master!

The basic method of playing is to learn how to flip the blocks to line up combinations of colored symbols. Lining up three identical blocks will enable you to score points. Performing large combos and Active Chains will dump garbage on your rival, slowing their chance of victory. This game is relatively easy to learn, but difficult to master!

Modes that can be played in Puzzle Challenge:


Train your puzzle league skills or perfect them with Professor Elm's assistance. This mode allows trainers to practice Active Chains in slow motion. You can also watch as a puzzle master shows you how its done.


The tournament begins! Choose the level of difficulty, then you're on your way to challenge every Gym Leader to a Puzzle League Challenge battle! If you perform certain tasks in these matches, you'll have a chances to capture new Pocket Monsters from the guest trainers. To reach the Champion, you have to beat every trainer on the "Hard" level.


In this mode, you have to choose the speed and difficulty level. The main goal is to earn as many points as possible, before your stack of blocks reaches the top of the screen.

~"Time Zone"~

Again, choose the difficulty level and speed. Professor Elm sets the clock, and you have a limited amount of time to score as many points as possible.

~"Line Clear"~

Seven different trainers wait to challenge you, in this mode. You can progress to the next opponent only if you clear a specified number of lines before your stack of blocks reaches the top of the screen.


Unlike the other modes, Puzzle Mode is a stationary arrangement of blocks you have to clear from the screen--in a limited number of moves. The puzzles are difficult, but maybe Professor Elm will give you some hints.

~"Garbage! Mode"~

Garbage! Mode is similar to Marathon Mode, in clearing garbage blocks. The difference, however, is that you will encounter large amounts of garbage than in any of the other modes. This is a good mode to practice in.

~"Two Player"~

Two players can compete against each other, using the Game Boy Game Link Cable.

The games "Pokémon Puzzle Challenge" and "Pocket Monsters Puzzle Challenge"


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