Pokémon: Kids Winter Fest

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Pokémon: Kids Winter Fest
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Basic info
Platform: PC, Mac, iOS, Android web browsers
Category: Minigames
Players: 1
Connectivity: None
Developer: The Pokémon Company International, Koko Digital
Publisher: The Pokémon Company International
Part of: Generation VIII miscellaneous
Ratings
CERO: N/A
ESRB: N/A
ACB: N/A
OFLC: N/A
PEGI: N/A
GRAC: N/A
GSRR: N/A
Release dates
Japan: N/A
North America: December 1, 2020
Australia: December 1, 2020
Europe: December 1, 2020
South Korea: N/A
Hong Kong: N/A
Taiwan: N/A
Websites
Japanese: N/A
English: Game site

Pokémon: Kids Winter Fest was a kid-centric website where players could play seasonal minigames, complete activities, and collect Pokémon badges. The website was available from December 1, 2020 and remained accessible up to February 2021 despite previously being planned to close on January 31, 2021.[1] By playing games and completing special events, players could collect Pokémon badges that highlighted their achievements.

Website

The website required the use of browser cookies to access full functionality and let the user save their progress between visits. If cookies were disabled, the player could play the minigames but not be on a Trainer Team or collect badges. Upon entering a name, the player selected a companion Pokémon and was placed in a Trainer Team at random.

The main menu consisted of four sections, and access to the Games area. Trainer Zone allowed players to see their statistics, including how many Pokémon they have collected, and how long they have played each game. Badges served as a Pokédex to show off Pokémon Badges collected, Achievements, and Missions. Rewards allowed the player to spin the wheel daily and earn rewards. Team Races was a daily event where each team competed to collect the most Razz Berries from playing games to win Badge Pouches. Players could open Badge Pouches by completing certain achievements and tasks. Badge Pouches awarded an assortment of Pokémon Badges which were added to the Badge collection.

The companion Pokémon could be changed to any whose badge the player has collected. The list of companion Pokémon that could be chosen at the beginning were:

Teams

  • Fire
  • Electric
  • Water
  • Grass

Games

Relay Ridge

Relay Ridge

Relay Ridge was an obstacle course game where the player guided the Pokémon through the course to get as far as possible while avoiding obstacles such as trees and icicles. The player had three lives, which refilled when the Pokémon swapped out at checkpoints. Razz Berries could be collected on the course, as well as charge icons. Three charge icons would cause the Pokémon to boost forward and be invincible for a short time.

Playable Pokémon
Rewards
  • 10 Razz Berries = Common Pouch
  • 30 Razz Berries = Rare Pouch
  • 45 Razz Berries = Epic Pouch

Snow Holes

Snow Holes

Snow Holes was a whack-a-mole game, where the player had to tap on Diglett and Dugtrio that popped out of the snow holes. Each Diglett or Dugtrio would require a certain number of clicks. Each Diglett and Dugtrio gave the player one Razz Berry. A bonus round was awarded for a short period if Dugtrio was clicked, and players could then click on Pokémon that were the type shown to earn berries. If the player clicked a Pokémon that was not of this type, the bonus period ended. Occasionally, a Pokémon would move across the screen and, if not tapped, attack the player. The player could also collect charge icons to fill the charge meter. Once the meter is full, for a short period, all Diglett, Dugtrio and items would be tapped automatically.

Not being able to tap a Diglett or Dugtrio in time caused the player to lose a life. Tapping a spiked ice ball would also cause loss of a life. The player could regain lives by tapping on heart icons that occasionally surfaced. The game ended when all three lives were lost.

Playable Pokémon
Rewards
  • 10 Razz Berries = Common Pouch
  • 30 Razz Berries = Rare Pouch
  • 45 Razz Berries = Epic Pouch

Winter Fest Scene Creator

Winter Fest Scene Creator

Winter Fest Scene Creator allowed players to create their own photo scene from Winter Fest using Pokémon and items on various backgrounds.

Selectable Pokémon

Battle Dunk

Battle Dunk

Battle Dunk was a game with the goal of knocking as many enemy Pokémon out of the arena as the player could. Knocking a Pokémon out of the arena gave 3 berries. Various obstacles could appear that tried to knock the player and enemy Pokémon out of the arena. Other Pokémon might also appear on the screen to distract the player. The player could collect charge icons, and once the charge meter was filled, lightning would knock the enemy Pokémon out leaving behind a pool of Razz Berries for the player to collect.

The player would lose a life by being knocked out of the arena or by being struck by ice obstacles. The player could collect heart icons to regain lives. Once the player lost all three lives, the game ended.

Playable Pokémon
Rewards
  • 10 Razz Berries = Common Pouch
  • 30 Razz Berries = Rare Pouch
  • 45 Razz Berries = Epic Pouch

Pair Up

Pair Up

Pair Up was a match two game, where players had to select two cards to flip over and attempt to match them all. There were 4 modes to choose from:

  • Pokémon Mode - players must match the same Pokémon
  • Evolutions Mode - players must match the Pokémon with their Evolution
  • Type Mode - players must match the Pokémon with the type that is listed as ? on the card
  • Weakness Mode - players must match the Pokémon weakness that is listed as ? on the card
Rewards
  • 10 Razz Berries = Common Pouch
  • 20 Razz Berries = Rare Pouch
  • 30 Razz Berries = Epic Pouch

Waterfall Crossing

Waterfall Crossing

In Waterfall Crossing, the player helped Pokémon safely cross the river by bouncing them across on a raft. The player earnt one Razz Berry each time a Pokémon was transported across. If the player bounced a Jigglypuff across, the Jigglypuff would cause the player's Pokémon to go to sleep. The player was able to wake the Pokémon by selecting 1, 2, and 3 in the correct order. Doing so successfully would earn the player 10 Razz Berries. The player could also transport across charge icons to fill the charge meter. Once the meter was full, the player was rewarded with a shower of berries which the player could collect. The player might also bounce berries to add to their berry total.

The player lost a life for each Pokémon they were unable to save. Getting struck by falling ice also caused the player to lose a life. The game ended when the player lost all three lifes. The player could gain extra life by bouncing across a heart icon.

Playable Pokémon
Rewards
  • 10 Razz Berries = Common Pouch
  • 30 Razz Berries = Rare Pouch
  • 45 Razz Berries = Epic Pouch

Daily features

Daily Rewards

Daily Rewards

The Daily Rewards wheel allowed the player to claim rewards each day. Logging in consecutive days provided an increasing number of free spins. The seventh consecutive day would award the player with a Legendary Pouch.

Rewards from the Daily Rewards wheel included three extra free spins, Razz Berries and Badge Pouches.

Team Races

Team Races

The total Razz Berry score for each team was tallied each day. Teams received points according to their overall score.

  • 10,000 - Rare Pouch
  • 50,000 - Epic Pouch
  • 100,000 - Legendary Pouch
  • 150,000 - Rare Pouch
  • 200,000 - Epic Pouch
  • 250,000 - Legendary Pouch
  • 300,000 - Rare Pouch
  • 400,000 - Epic Pouch
  • 500,000 - Legendary Pouch
  • 1,000,000 - Legendary Pouch
  • 1,500,000 - Legendary Pouch

Achievements

Achievements

Players could complete achievements by going to their badges page and selecting the Achievements tab. Certain achievements were only available during their corresponding events. Each Achievement has 3 tiers: Bronze, Silver, and Gold. Once Gold is completed, the player can open a Legendary Pouch.

Snow Holes
  • Bronze = Collect 50 Razz Berries playing Snow Holes
  • Silver = Complete 25 Dugtrio bonus rounds
  • Gold = Play 25 Rounds of Snow Holes
Battle Dunk
  • Bronze = Knock 25 Pokémon out of the arena
  • Silver = Compete in 25 battles
  • Gold = Battle once as each Pokémon
Relay Ridge
  • Bronze = Collect 100 Razz Berries
  • Silver = Pass through 10 checkpoints
  • Gold = Play Relay Ridge 25 times
Waterfall Crossing
  • Bronze = Get 25 Pokémon across the waterfall
  • Silver = Wake your Pokémon up 10 times
  • Gold = Save 250 Pokémon
Pair Up
  • Bronze = Play 10 games
  • Silver = Complete each game mode 10 times
  • Gold = Collect 250 Razz Berries
Opening Ceremony Event
  • Bronze = Play each game once
  • Silver = Collect 10 epic pouches
  • Gold = Collect 250 Razz Berries
Team Battle Event!
  • Bronze = Add your team flag to a scene in Winter Fest Scene Creator
  • Silver = Collect 250 Razz Berries
  • Gold = Collect 75 Golden Razz Berries
Lucky Event!
  • Bronze = Collect 25 badges
  • Silver = Collect 50 badges
  • Gold = Collect 125 badges
Closing Ceremony Event!
  • Bronze = Set an Ice-type Pokémon as your companion
  • Silver = Collect 50 pouches
  • Gold = Create a scene with 3 Ice-type Pokémon in Winter Fest Scene Creator

Missions

Missions

Mythical Pokémon badges could be earned by completing missions.

  • Mew - Play each game once
  • Celebi - Play Snow Holes as Cubone
  • Jirachi - Play Waterfall Crossing as Incineroar
  • Deoxys - Play Relay Ridge as Wooloo
  • Manaphy - Play Battle Dunk as Sobble
  • Darkrai - Create a scene in Winter Fest Scene Creator
  • Shaymin - Create a match with an Electric-type Pokémon in Pair Up
  • Arceus - Add Fire-, Grass- and Ice-type Pokémon to a scene in Winter Fest Scene Creator
  • Victini - View a Fairy-type Pokémon in your badge collection
  • Keldeo - Collect a Pokémon Legendary badge
  • Meloetta - Tap 5 Butterfree in Snow Holes
  • Genesect - Collect 50 airdrops in Battle Dunk
  • Diancie - Pass through 5 checkpoints in Relay Ridge without falling off
  • Hoopa - Add a Bulbasaur, Charmander, Squirtle, and Pikachu to a scene in Winter Fest Scene Creator
  • Volcanion - View 5 Legendary Pokémon in your badge collection
  • Magearna - Collect 5 Epic Pouches
  • Marshadow - View the leaderboard for each game
  • Zeraora - View 25 different Pokémon in your badge collection
  • Meltan - Get confused 10 times in Snow Holes
  • Melmetal - Use 25 bonus charged attacks in Battle Dunk
  • Zarude - Collect 300 Razz Berries

Events

Opening Ceremony Event

The Opening Ceremony Event ran from December 1 to 7, 2020. The event featured double spins on the daily rewards wheel, double Razz Berries throughout the event, and players could collect a bonus Legendary Pouch each day.

Team Battle Event

The second event ran from December 8 to 14, 2020. Players were given five Golden Razz Berries each day.

Lucky Event

The third event ran from December 15 to 21, 2020. Rarer prizes were available on the daily rewards wheel, each pouch earned in games and from the wheel spins reward an additional spin on the daily rewards wheel, and players get a bonus rewards wheel spin each day.

Festive Event

The third event ran from December 22 to January 3, 2021. The event featured triple Razz Berries earned, triple pouches earned from all games, Golden Razz Berries were available, all daily Mythical missions were unlocked and ready to be completed, and players could collect a bonus Legendary Pouch each day.

Compatibility

Pokémon: Kids Winter Fest could be played on:

Gallery

In other languages

Language Title
France Flag.png French Pokémon Kids : Festival hivernal
Germany Flag.png German Pokémon Kids: Winterfest
Italy Flag.png Italian Pokémon Kids: Festa d'inverno
Brazil Flag.png Brazilian Portuguese Pokémon Kids: Festival de Inverno
Spanish CELAC Flag.png Latin America Pokémon Kids: Festival de Invierno
Spain Flag.png Spain Pokémon Kids: Festival Invernal


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