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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: RPG, Puzzle
Players: Single player, multiplayer
Predecessor: N/A
Successor: N/A
Release dates
Worldwide: Cancelled
©Game Freak/Nintendo/Creatures, Inc. (The Pokémon Company)

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

Note various games (namely Pokémon Gray, Pokémon Z, Pokémon Pink and Pokémon Moss) will not be covered here, because there isn't any substantive evidence of them being solid unreleased games.


Pokémon Picross (Game Boy Color)

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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

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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.

Related subjects


Pokémon 2

Pokémon 2 (ポケモン2) is a tentative name for Pokémon Gold and Silver Versions, as first announced in CoroCoro August 1996.[1]

Pokémon AGB

A codename for Pokémon on the Game Boy Advance (AGB). It was mentioned in unused text for Pokémon Ruby and Sapphire Versions.[2]

Pokémon X (non-3DS)

Pokémon X was a codename for a new Pokémon game before the release of Pokémon Crystal Version.[citation needed]


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The developers have registered various unused Pokémon trademarks.[3] However, trademarks do not necessarily imply planned games.


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