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Pokémon Virtual Fest

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Pokémon Virtual Fest
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Developer(s): (Unknown)
Publisher(s): The Pokémon Company
Platform: Mobile
Category: Minigames
Players: (Unknown)
Predecessor: (Unknown)
Successor: (Unknown)
Copyrights: ©The Pokémon Company (Game Freak/Nintendo/Creatures
Pricing
Release dates
Japan:

August 12-August 31st 2020

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Pokémon Virtual Fest was an online smart phone Pokémon series application for the app Cluster. It featured the ability to take Pokémon based pictures in an amusement park. It featured a virtual Pokémon theme park with attractions and missions, and ran from August 12th to August 31st 2020 in Japan.

Pokémon Virtual Fest was produced in collaboration with SCRAP; popular for their escape room challenges, which this game featured.[1]

Promotions[edit]

Between August 29-August 31, Pikachu appeared in a special dance show.[2][3]

On August 31 (the last day of Pokémon Virtual Fest) there was another Pikachu dance show and a Summer Stage event where Pikachu joined the Japanese comedian "Pikotaro" (Daimaou Kosaka).[4]



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