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Battle & Get! Pokémon Typing DS
Japanese box art (game only)
Basic info
Platform: Nintendo DS
Category: Edutainment
Players: 1-5 players simultaneous
Connectivity: None
Developer: Genius Sonority
Publisher: Nintendo
Part of: Generation V miscellaneous
Release dates
Japan: April 21, 2011
North America: N/A
Australia: N/A
Europe: N/A
South Korea: N/A
Hong Kong: N/A
Taiwan: N/A
Japanese: Official Website
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(Japanese: バトル&ゲット!ポケモンタイピングDS Battle & Get! Pokémon Typing DS) is the first Generation V spin-off Pokémon game.

The game comes with a Bluetooth-enabled QWERTY keyboard that communicates with the game card, though players may also use a keyboard on the touch screen. The game is sold with two keyboard color choices—black or white.


The player, a new rookie typist, travels through various routes and areas discovering Pokémon. The game is played with an attaching keyboard. The player will type a Pokémon's name in Rōmaji; the game uses Nihon-shiki romanizations, not the trademarked ones; for example, "Tirati-no" instead of Chillaccino. Its purpose is to teach Japanese children to type, though older people can enjoy it as well, as the levels can get very difficult. As the player types the Pokémon's name in Rōmaji, they will catch it, hence the title. Multipliers are available if Pokémon names are typed fast enough. At the end of several stages, a boss Pokémon may appear; the bosses are Reshiram, Zekrom, Cobalion, Serperior, Ho-Oh, Lugia, Terrakion, Virizion, Zoroark, Kyogre, and Groudon. There are less than 60 courses which contain the 403 Pokémon available in the game. Each course has its own features and targets in order to complete them, as well as three different requirements for medals such as achieving certain point scores, capturing certain Pokémon and not making any typing mistakes.


A new rookie typist, who is the player, meets Key Aoba of the Typing Elite Club, who investigate where Pokémon live by typing their names on a keyboard. With the player's help, the Typing Elite Club manages to reach new areas they have never been to before, and together with Key and her friend Eiji Kiuchi, they investigate 403 Pokémon, including, eventually, Reshiram and Zekrom, and gather medals to become Master Typists.


Keyboard Skins Method
Fire-type Starter Pokémon Earn 15 medals
Water-type Starter Pokémon Earn 30 medals
Grass-type Starter Pokémon Earn 40 medals
Pikachu & Pichu Earn 80 medals
Chic Design Earn 125 medals
Mirage Design Earn 180 medals
Reshiram & Zekrom Complete the game
Rotom Design Capture all six forms of Rotom
Secret Sword Design Capture level 100 Cobalion, Terrakion and Virizion
Heart Design Capture all 403 Pokémon
Sounds Method
Music Box Sounds Earn 60 medals
Phone Sound Earn 100 medals
Pipe Sound Earn 150 medals


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