Pokémon Masters Arena

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Pokémon Master Arena
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Pokémon Masters Arena cover art
Basic info
Platform: PC
Category: Compilation
Players: Single player
Connectivity: None
Developer: ImaginEngine
Publisher: ValuSoft
Part of: Generation III miscellaneous
Release dates
Japan: N/A
North America: January 1, 2004
Australia: N/A
Europe: N/A
South Korea: N/A
Hong Kong: N/A
Taiwan: N/A
Japanese: N/A
English: Official website (archive)

Pokémon Masters Arena is a Pokémon game for the PC. It is a compilation of eight mini-games, testing the player's knowledge to prove themselves as a true Pokémon Master. On mastering all eight games, the player earns 8 posters, which can be printed.


The eight mini-games are Match a Pokémon Team, Pikachu's Picture Puzzle, Spinda's Mahjong, Poké Ball Mystery Challenge, Pokémon Trivia Challenge, Mudkip's Bingo, Treecko's Word Jumble, and Wynaut's Water Shots.

  • Match a Pokémon Team, involves clicking a Poké Ball to discover its content, and then trying to find its matching Pokémon.
  • Pikachu's Picture Puzzle, consists of several puzzle pieces on screen. The player has a certain number of turns to try to complete the puzzle.
  • Poké Ball Mystery Challenge is a game in which the player must spell out the Pokémon name that correctly answers the question, similarly to Hangman.
  • Pokémon Trivia Challenge, involves a question involving three Pokémon. The player has to pick the Pokémon that correctly answers the question.
  • Mudkip's Bingo is a simple game of bingo where players are asked a question. Upon clicking the Pokémon that is the correct answer, the player wins a chip. When the player gets a certain number of chips in a row, the player wins.
  • Treecko's Word Jumble, the player has to unscramble Pokémon names from a blurred picture. Each letter with an incorrect placement causes the picture to be more visible.
  • Wynaut's Water Shots is a game where the player has a Poké Ball on Wailord's tail. The player will drag on Wailord's tail, then launch the Poké Ball into the air. If it lands on the moving life rings, the player wins.


Main article: Staff of Pokémon Masters Arena


  • This game is based on a number of other titles published by ValuSoft, including two VeggieTales games, a Blue's Clues game, and a Care Bears game. The game data includes leftovers from these games, including sprites and audio files.

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