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Unreleased Pokémon versions

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Unreleased Pokémon versions
Pokemon Picross SGB title.png
Pokémon Picross (as played on a Super Game Boy)
Developer(s): Game Freak, Jupiter
Publisher(s): (Unreleased)
Platform: Game Boy, Game Boy Advance
Category:
Players:
Predecessor: N/A
Successor: N/A
Copyrights: ©Game Freak/Nintendo/Creatures, Inc. (The Pokémon Company)
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Cancelled

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The unreleased Pokémon versions are cancelled or rumored and unreleased editions of the Pokémon series games.

Codenames[edit]

Pokémon 2[edit]

The tentative name for Pokémon Gold and Silver Versions.

Pokémon AGB[edit]

A codename for Pokémon on the Game Boy Advance (AGB). It was mentioned in unused text for Pokémon Ruby and Sapphire Versions.

Pokémon X (non-3DS)[edit]

Pokémon X was a codename for a new Pokémon game before the release of Pokémon Crystal Version, but no solid information is available about it.

Confirmed[edit]

Most information about all three was acquired during the 2018-2020 Nintendo, Microsoft data breaches.

Pokémon Picross (Game Boy Color)[edit]

NintendoWiki logo.png  Main article: Pokémon Picross (Game Boy Color) 

This was a cancelled version of Pokémon Picross for Game Boy Color. Picross puzzles were also included in the Nintendo Space World demo prototypes of Pokémon Gold and Silver Versions.

Untitled online Pokémon project[edit]

NintendoWiki logo.png  Main article: Untitled online Pokémon project 

A pitch for a Pokémon MMORPG by iQue which would possibly involve the NetCard. It was both for the Game Boy Advance and an unknown platform with a "PC screen" (possibly an actual PC). It would have been based on Pokémon FireRed and LeafGreen Versions with a number of differences.

Pokémon Pink[edit]

Pokémon Pink was identified when analyzing source code, as a possible fifth variation of Pokémon Red and Green Versions (Blue and Yellow exist. Pokémon Pink would make it five versions). It is also speculated to be linked in with a Japan-exclusive Game Boy Camera frame of Pikachu and Clefairy together.[1]

Rumored[edit]

Pocket Monsters RPG[edit]

A roleplaying game not to be confused with Pokémon Stadium. It was rumoured to have been developed as the second of one of two games, with the first being like 'an encyclopedia of monsters' and the second as 'more of an RPG'. In Nintendo Power circa 1997-1998, there was also said to be a Pokémon RPG featuring a protagonist known as "Leo"; the Japanese name of Wes in the Stadium-like game with RPG mode for Nintendo GameCube; Pokémon Colosseum.[2][3]

Pokémon Moss[edit]

This game was mentioned in unused text for Mobile Trainer; the Mobile System GB setup Game Pak.

ついにポケモンのさいしんさくがとうじょうするぞ!
「ポケットモンスター苔」くわしくはにんてんどうのホームページへGO!
メールマガジンGB
GAMER's Life
[email protected]
At last, the new Pokémon are gonna be introduced!
For more on "Pokémon Moss", go to Nintendo's home page!
e-Mail Magazine GB
GAMER's Life
[email protected]

Pokémon Moss however, could be a joke; as the kanji 苔 can also be interpreted as "fool".

Trademarks[edit]

The developers have registered various unused Pokémon trademarks.[4] However, these do not always imply actual planned games.

  • 2002-63587 ポケットモンスター\トパーズ [Pokémon Topaz]
  • 2002-63591 ポケットモンスター\ホワイトゴールド [Pokémon White Gold]
  • 2002-63588 ポケットモンスター\トルマリン [Pokémon Tourmaline]
  • 2002-63590 ポケットモンスター\ムーンストーン [Pokémon Moonstone]
  • 2008-93270 ポケットモンスター茶 [Pokemon Brown]
  • 2008-93272 ポケットモンスター灰 [Pokemon Gray]
  • 2008-93273 ポケットモンスター朱 [Pokemon Scarlet] (also literally "Vermilion")
  • 2008-93274 ポケットモンスター紫 [Pokemon Purple]
  • 2008-93275 ポケットモンスター紅 [Pokemon Crimson]
  • 2008-93276 ポケットモンスター緋 [Pokemon Scarlet]

Pokémon Gray also had a website registered by the same company as pokemonblackwhite.com called pokemongray.com.[5]

References[edit]

Pokémon series logo

PC games Project Studio • PokéROM • Play It (Version 2) • Masters Arena • PC Master • Team Turbo
Pokémon mini Pokémon Party mini • Pokémon Pinball mini • Pokémon Puzzle Collection • Pokémon Zany Cards • Pokémon Tetris • Pokémon Puzzle Collection Vol. 2 • Pokémon Race mini • Pichu Bros. mini • Togepi no Daibouken • Pokémon Sodateyasan mini
PICO software
Self-contained (non-Pokémon mini) Pokémon Pikachu • Pokémon Pikachu 2 GS  • Pokémotion  • Eevee × Tamagotchi
Applications
e-Reader applications/games Berry Tree • Construction: Action • Construction: Melody Box • Ditto Leapfrog • Diving Corsola • Doki Doki Kakurenbo • Dream Eater • Fire Hoops • Flower Power • Fruit Daisakusen! • Flying Journey • Follow Hoothoot • GO, Poliwrath! • Gotcha! • Harvest Time • Here Comes Gloom • Hold Down Hoppip • Imakuni?'s Ball • Jumping Doduo • Kingler's Day • Leek Game • Lifesaver • Machop At Work • Magby and Magmar • Make A Dash! • Metronome • Mighty Tyranitar • Night Flight • Pika Pop • Punching Bags • Ride the Tuft • Rolling Voltorb • Sneak and Snatch • Sweet Scent • Time Travel • Tokotoko Truck • Watch Out! • Wooper's Juggling Game
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