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Pokémon Art Academy

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Pokémon Art Academy
ポケモン アートアカデミー
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North American boxart for Art Academy
Basic info
Platform: Nintendo 3DS
Category: Art training
Players: 1
Connectivity: Nintendo Network
Developer: Headstrong Games
Publisher: Nintendo
Part of: Generation VI side series
Release dates
Japan: June 19, 2014
North America: October 24, 2014[1]
Australia: July 5, 2014
Europe: July 4, 2014
South Korea: N/A
Japanese: Official Japanese Nintendo site
English: Poké
Official English Nintendo site
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Art Academy Japanese boxart

Pokémon Art Academy (Japanese: ポケモン アートアカデミー Pokémon Art Academy) is a spin-off crossover of the Pokémon and Art Academy series. It was released in Japan on June 19, 2014, Europe on July 4, 2014, and Australia and New Zealand on July 5, 2014. It will be released in North America on October 24, 2014.

The game was first announced on April 30, 2014.


Pokémon Art Academy features 40 art lessons, ranging from easy tutorials to hard complicated designs, along with free draw mode and templates.

The game also includes the function of the 3DS Camera, to take images for reference while drawing. Art can be posted onto Miiverse.



  • Pokémon Art Academy is the first Pokémon game to have been developed in the UK.


  1. Nintendo Pressroom

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