PokéPark: Fishing Rally DS

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PokéPark: Fishing Rally DS
ポケパーク 釣り大会DS
PokéPark Fishing Rally.png
Logo of PokéPark: Fishing Rally DS
Basic info
Platform: Nintendo DS Download Play
Category: Fishing
Players: 1 player
Connectivity: None
Developer: The Pokémon Company
Publisher: The Pokémon Company, Nintendo
Part of: Generation III miscellaneous
Release dates
Japan: May 10, 2005
North America: N/A
Australia: N/A
Europe: N/A
South Korea: N/A
Hong Kong: N/A
Taiwan: N/A
Japanese: Pokémon.co.jp (Archive)
English: N/A

PokéPark Fishing Contest DS[1] (Japanese: ポケパーク 釣り大会DS PokéPark: Fishing Rally DS) was a fishing game that was only available as a DS Download Play demo. It was available from May 10, 2005 until September 25, 2005. It has only been released in Japan. As it was only obtainable via DS Download Play, it disappeared after shutting down the Nintendo DS system, and had a 12 hour time limit.


The high score and download machine

The game was first available for download at PokéPark. It later became available for download at Pokémon Centers, and at Pokémon Festa. In Pokémon Centers, the distribution machines also displayed the high score list.


The game is set on a river flowing into the sea. After a certain amount of time, the area that the player is in changes. In every area there are several different Pokémon to catch. The Nintendo DS system is held horizontally during play.

On the top screen there is a water area, with shadows of underwater Pokémon occasionally visible. The floater also moves back and forth until the A button is pressed (or the touch screen is tapped), at which point it is cast into the water. Once the floater is pulled underwater, the player must immediately press the A Button repeatedly.

Caught Pokémon are displayed on the touch screen, while their score is displayed on the top screen. The score is determined by three factors: size, level, and rarity. If the total score of all five caught Pokémon ranks in the top 50 scores, it will be sent to the master high score list, and can then be viewed on the PokéPark: Fishing Rally DS machines in Pokémon Centers.

The player can store up to five Pokémon in the game, but all data other than the high score sent to the server is lost upon shutting down the Nintendo DS system, as the game is only temporary.


# Pokémon Type
0060 Poliwag Poliwag
0099 Kingler Kingler
0116 Horsea Horsea
0118 Goldeen Goldeen
0119 Seaking Seaking
0129 Magikarp Magikarp
0130 Gyarados Gyarados
Water Flying
0147 Dratini Dratini
0148 Dragonair Dragonair
0170 Chinchou Chinchou
Water Electric
0211 Qwilfish Qwilfish
Water Poison
0222 Corsola Corsola
Water Rock
0223 Remoraid Remoraid
0224 Octillery Octillery
0226 Mantine Mantine
Water Flying
0318 Carvanha Carvanha
Water Dark
0319 Sharpedo Sharpedo
Water Dark
0320 Wailmer Wailmer
0339 Barboach Barboach
Water Ground
0340 Whiscash Whiscash
Water Ground
0341 Corphish Corphish
0342 Crawdaunt Crawdaunt
Water Dark
0349 Feebas Feebas
0368 Gorebyss Gorebyss
0369 Relicanth Relicanth
Water Rock


In other languages

Language Title
Mandarin Chinese 神奇寶貝公園釣魚大賽DS Shénqí Bǎobèi Gōngyuán Diàoyú Dàsài DS


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