Pokémon Trozei!

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Pokémon Trozei!
The cover of Pokémon Trozei!
Basic info
Platform: {{{platform}}}
Category: Puzzle
Players: 1-2
Connectivity: None
Developer: Genius Sonority
Publisher: Nintendo
Part of: {{{gen_series}}}
ESRB: E for Everyone
Release dates
Japan: October 20, 2005
North America: March 6, 2006
Australia: April 28, 2006
Europe: May 5, 2006
South Korea: May 17, 2007
Hong Kong: N/A
Taiwan: N/A
English: Official Website for the North American version

Pokémon Trozei! (known as ポケモントローゼ Pokémon Trosé in Japan and Pokémon Link! in Europe) is a puzzle game for the Nintendo DS.


Pokémon Trozei! is a variation of Yoshi's Cookie-style gameplay. The blocks are symbols shaped like various Pokémon. These blocks fall from the top screen down to the bottom screen (assuming that the bottom screen is not full, in which case they will stack up in the top screen). The symbols will disappear when four of the same symbol are in a row. Symbols can be swapped by moving a row or column up, down, left, or right with the stylus.

To get a Trozei, four of the same Pokémon must be lined up in a row. (Ditto works as a 'wild card' Pokémon that can match up with anything.) Trozeis can only be made on the bottom screen. If there is a match up on the top screen, the symbols must fall to the bottom screen before the Trozei will go off. Once the group of four has been matched up (either horizontally or vertically), they will leave the screen. The bottom screen's background will then turn green and allow a Trozei Chance. When there is a short amount of time where three Pokémon can be matched. This continues again with a pair of matched Pokémon, and also allows new combinations like L and T shapes, or even huge chunks of Pokémon at once, in to be Trozeied simultaneously. This lasts for as long as matches can be pulled together, though the time limit on the Trozei Chance gets smaller and smaller as the game continues.

If every Pokémon on screen happens to get Trozeied away at once, a 10,000 point bonus Trozei All will be attained.

Adventure mode

Professor P

Pokémon Trozei! has a story mode, which follows Lucy Fleetfoot as she attempts to take down the Phobos Battalion.

Lucy is working under Professor P, who is the top agent of SOL (the Secret Operation League). SOL is represented by a Solrock, while the Phobos Battalion is represented by a Lunatone.

She is contacted by the Professor to her her briefing. She is to infiltrate the secret storage locations of the Phobos Battalion. There, she shall recover the stolen Pokémon in their Poké Balls. However there are countless Poké Balls at every location. Luckily they had prepared a new device, which she would find useful. The device is called a Trozei Beamer. She takes the item and accepts her mission.

Lucy then goes to a nearby Lab where she practices with the Trozei Beamer. After mastering its techniques, she starts her mission of getting the Pokémon back.

Gameplay is similar to the other modes, and Lucy must win at games of Trozei to defeat the generals. However, she also has the ability to send in her own Pokémon to affect the game. At first, she only has Aipom and Manectric, but she will also get other Pokémon such as Ditto as the game progresses.

Beating the Story Mode unlocks a harder Story Mode. Beating this mode will unlock Forever Mode, which is a bigger grid and requires five matched Pokémon to make a Trozei.

Endless mode

An endless game where the goal is to beat your best score. Whenever a player starts this mode, it has the option to choose a level. The higher the level, more Pokemon will appear, and higher bonuses will be attained.

Battle Mode

Two players can compete against one another over the DS's Wireless Connection.

Pair Mode

Two players can cooperate via the DS's Wireless Connection in an attempt to beat the high score.


Pokémon Trozei! has a side mission of completing the National Dex. To get a Pokémon's entry, the player must do a combination with their symbol in Adventure Mode, and then send them back to Professor P.

Legendary Pokémon are very rare, but there is a way to make finding them easier. By using Espionage Mode, it is possible to link up with a player who has seen a Pokémon missing from the first player's Pokédex. Professor P will then say that the Phobos Battalion has the Pokémon in the same place that the second player found it, and the Pokémon can now be found. Each player is assigned a rare Pokémon on their Agent Card. It is unknown if this can be changed or not, making it extremely difficult to find Legendaries. This mode however, is deactivated once the console reaches a low battery level.

Another way to find rare Pokémon is to challenge a character called Mr. Who. Mr. Who is a collector, who collects Poké Balls that fall out of the Phobos Battalion's planes. For prize coins, the player can challenge him. The main difference is that there are seven columns rather than five, allowing for more possible combinations. Some Pokémon can only be found by doing well against Mr. Who, such as some Legendary Pokémon.

External links

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