Pokémon Island Beach

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The Beach

The Beach (Japanese: ビーチ Beach) is one of the six major areas of Pokémon Island. It is a sunny beach, and home to twelve kinds of Pokémon.

The Pokémon sign here is a strange rock which, from a certain angle, looks just like a Kingler.

Kingler sign.

Native Pokémon

Pokémon Description Pokémon Description
016 Pidgey These are seen flying around the start of the course. After obtaining the Dash Engine, dashing to the other side of these Pidgey gives Snap a really good shot. Further along the course, there are several points where Pidgey fly by while chased by a Meowth. Near the end, a couple of Pidgey will fly to their nest and use Gust against a Meowth near it. 084 Doduo Near the beginning of the beach, a Doduo leaps out from behind a corner and flees onto the beach and out of sight. Another Doduo later appears in the area, leaping from a patch of tall grass. Using a Pester Ball on it will make it temporarily faint.
025 Pikachu A few Pikachu may be found along the beach. Using Pokémon food to lead the Pikachu at the start of the course to a surf board left in the sand will give Snap a special shot called Surfing Pikachu and will be worth many points. Also, after scaring Scyther from the tall grass, two Pikachu will come out and sit on nearby tree stumps, another valuable special shot. The sound of a Poké Flute will send sparks flying with a double-Thunderbolt attack from the two Pikachu. 012 Butterfree Common around the beach. Using the Dash Engine will allow Snap to find four Butterfree near the bridge.
131 Lapras Throughout the ocean are these sea creatures. If Snap takes photos of the first three sets of Lapras, three Lapras will appear close-up near the end of the course. 143 Snorlax Seen as a very large snoozing blob. While a Pester Ball will get a slight movement out of Snorlax, it will take the Poké Flute to wake this Pokémon and get it to dance. The different tunes played by the Poké Flute will cause Snorlax to perform different dances.
052 Meowth Another somewhat common Pokémon of the beach. First, one is seen on a high ledge making faces, and will fall down after being hit with a Pester Ball. After falling off, the Meowth will get up and react with various poses that are worth many points. Later, there are a few instances where a Meowth is seen chasing a Pidgey. Two Pidgey use Gust on a Meowth near the end of the course, allowing for a photo of a dizzy, twirling Meowth. Hitting both Pidgey with Pester Balls before they use Gust will make them disperse and allow a shot of Meowth doing a dance. 123 Scyther Hidden in tall grass, a Pester Ball where the grass is being chopped will send this Pokémon fleeing from its cover. As Scyther escapes, it takes a moment to use a Slash attack.
133 Eevee Eevee plays among large boulders with a mysterious pink ball. Hitting the ball will reveal it to be a Chansey, and Eevee will leap up and down in delight. 113 Chansey Throwing an item at the pink ball that Eevee is playing with will reveal it to be a Chansey.
129 Magikarp Tossing Pokémon food or a Pester Ball into virtually any body of water causes a Magikarp to leap up. 115 Kangaskhan Kangaskhan, near the end of the course, keeps its back to the camera. It will turn around if it is hit by a Pester Ball, in which case it approaches the ZERO-ONE and roars. Playing the Poké Flute will make it dance, making for a nice picture.


Pokémon Island
BeachTunnelVolcanoRiverCaveValleyRainbow Cloud

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