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Poké Transfer Lab

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Poké Transfer Lab シフトファクトリー
Shift Factory
"Wild Missingno. appeared!"
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Location: Route 15
Region: Unova
Generations: V
Unova Poké Transfer Lab Map.png
Location of Poké Transfer Lab in Unova.
Pokémon world locations

The Poké Transfer Lab (Japanese: シフトファクトリー Shift Factory) is a factory located on Route 15 in Unova. It plays host to the Poké Transfer, the facility through which Pokémon can be transferred from a Generation IV game. It is run by Professor Andrew Park. The Poké Transfer Lab can only be accessed after obtaining the National Pokédex. It is the Generation V equivalent of Pal Park. It is impossible to transfer Pokémon back to any of the Generation IV games once the player has transferred them to any of the Generation V games.

Poké Transfer Lab
What's Poké Transfer? Come find out!

When completing the Poké Transfer minigame, Professor Park's response will depend on the score the player received. Transferring Pokémon over level 50, legendary Pokémon, and having good aim in the minigame can all increase the player's score. In the minigame, the Pokémon jump around from bush to bush, attempting to escape capture. The player uses a small crossbow/catapult that launches Poké Balls to try to catch them.

Level Score
6 900 or more
5 800 or more
4 700 or more
3 550 or more
2 400 or more
1 399 or less

In other languages

Language Title
France Flag.png European French Laboratoire Fret
Germany Flag.png German Porterlabor
Italy Flag.png Italian Centro Pokétrasporto
South Korea Flag.png Korean 시프트팩토리
Spain Flag.png European Spanish Laboratorio Transfer

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