Pokémon Green (Japanese) is a Game Boy RPG game, published in 1996 by Game Freak, Inc (Nintendo). This is the first version of Pokémon. It was never released anywhere else, so this is a japanese ROM. This game story is about a adventure of a main boy character in Kanto region. In this region, there are about 151 Pokemons in Pokedex, which is given by Professor Oak. Including in Pokedex, the feature Pokemons are Mewtwo, Mew, Legendary birds. The missons of player are defeating Elite Four, fighting with Team Rocket and collecting Pokemons to complete Pokedex. Let ‘s Gotta Catch Them All.
It’s the game that started a revolution, but it’s not just the fad that convinced gamers to “catch ’em all.” This deceptively simple and child-friendly roleplaying game design is a far deeper game design than it looks. Pokemon features way more strategy and gameplay than it leads on, offering gamers almost infinite gaming possibilities even after the main adventure ends. Pocket Monsters Green was only released in Japan, alongside Pokemon Blue in 1996 (Red was a mail-order only special edition in Japan). The franchise arrived in the west in 1998 as Pokemon Blue and Red (Roald Dahl holds the copyright for “Pocket Monsters” in the west, so the title was changed to the Japanese colloquial name). The games could be linked up with each other and with the N64’s Pokemon Stadium titles for creature trading.
|Platform(s)||Game Boy (with SGB support)|