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PokéPark Wii: Pikachu's Adventure

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PokéPark Wii: Pikachu's Adventure
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PokéPark Wii: Pikachu's Adventure Japanese Game Box
Basic info
Platform: {{{platform}}}
Category: Action-adventure
Players: Single player, multiplayer
Connectivity: None
Developer: Creatures, Inc.
Publisher: Nintendo
Part of: {{{gen_series}}}
Release dates
Japan: December 5, 2009
North America: TBA
Australia: June 2010
Europe: July 9, 2010
South Korea: TBA
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PokéPark Wii: Pikachu's Adventure (Japanese: ポケパークWiiピカチュウの大冒険 Poké Park Wii Pikachuu no Daibouken) is a Pokémon game for Nintendo's Wii console. It was released in Japan on December 5, 2009.

The player takes the form of a Pikachu and travels through many different minigame areas. In each of these games, working together with other Pokémon is required to succeed. Over the course of the game, more and more Pokémon will be befriended, and they will help the player in unrevealed areas of the game.

Several aspects of this game are repeated from previous games. The player acting as a Pokémon was previously used in the Pokémon Mystery Dungeon series, and photography was the central feature of Pokémon Snap.


The player, acting as a Pikachu, must solve the crisis that has befallen the PokéPark. The PokéPark was protected by an item called the Sky Prism. But the Sky Prism shattered, and its pieces were spread all across the PokéPark. In order to save this magical place, the player will need to explore the PokéPark and collect all of the Sky Prism Pieces.

The player will explore various zones within the PokéPark, each very different to the last: Beach Zone, Iceberg Zone, Lava Zone and Haunted Zone. Each zone has various Attractions, which comprise the main challenges in the game.

As Pikachu befriends other Pokémon, some will become playable in different Attractions, opening up a wealth of possibilities to make strategic use of different Pokémon's specific strengths.

Many of these befriended Pokémon will challenge the player to a Skill Game, such as Hide-and-Seek and Chase – all games that will allow the player to build friendships with the challenger by defeating them.


There are 193 Pokémon that can be found in the game. Several Pokémon can be unlocked through passwords and by defeating them in the Strength Trial adventure mode. The game features the ability to take pictures from the game similar to previous WiiWare games. This allows players to easily transfer photos from the game with friends and to record events of the adventure. This feature can be unlocked after visiting the Misdreavus Shop.


Skill Game (Japanese: ちからくらべ Strength Trial) is the gameplay mode as Pokémon come to the PokéPark and participate in a variety of games where they can test their strength and battle skills. Pokémon can be unlocked in this adventure mode and can be played in various Attractions.

Each Attraction is a mini-game designed to test the player's skills. Sky Prism Piece is awarded to the player by beating the high score in an Attraction.

  • Blaziken's Punching Rock (Japanese: バシャーモのパンチングロックス Bursyamo's Punching Rock)
  • Empoleon's Snow Slider (Japanese: エンペルトのスノースライダー Emperte's Snow Slider)
  • Dusknoir's Running Crash (Japanese: ヨノワールのクラッシュランニング Yonoir's Running Crash)
  • Bastiodon' Panel Crash (Japanese: トリデプスのパネルクラッシュ Trideps' Panel Crash)
  • Absol's Hurdle Succession (Japanese: アブソルのつぎつぎハードル Absol's Hurdle Succession)
  • Rhyperior's Bumper Burn (Japanese: ドサイドンのおしだしヒートアップ Dosaidon' Heat Up Fight)
  • Salamence's Air Ace (Japanese: ボーマンダのスーパースカイレース Bohmander's Super Sky Race)
  • Bulbasaur's Daring Dash (Japanese: フシギダネのふりふりダッシュ Fushigidane's Foot Race)
  • Venusaur's Vine Swing (Japanese: フシギバナのスイングロープ Fushigibana's Rope Swinging)
  • Gyarados' Aqua Dash (Japanese: ギャラドスのマリンスライダー Gyarados' Marine Slider)

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