Pokémon Mystery Dungeon (WiiWare)

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Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Keep Going! Blazing Adventure Squad
ポケモン不思議のダンジョン すすめ!炎の冒険団
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Japanese logo of Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Keep Going! Blazing Adventure Squad
Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Let's Go! Stormy Adventure Squad
ポケモン不思議のダンジョン いくぞ!嵐の冒険団
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Japanese logo of Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Let's Go! Stormy Adventure Squad
Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Go For It! Light Adventure Squad
ポケモン不思議のダンジョン めざせ!光の冒険団
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Japanese logo of Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Go For It! Light Adventure Squad
Basic info
Platform: Wii
Category: Dungeon Crawler, Roguelike
Players: 1
Connectivity: None
Developer: The Pokémon Company/Chunsoft
Publisher: Nintendo/The Pokémon Company
Part of: Generation IV side series
Release dates
Japan: August 4, 2009[1]
North America: N/A
Australia: N/A
Europe: N/A
South Korea: N/A
Hong Kong: N/A
Taiwan: N/A
Japanese: Official site
English: N/A
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(Japanese: ポケモン不思議のダンジョン すすめ!冒険団 Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Keep Going! Blazing Adventure Squad), (Japanese: ポケモン不思議のダンジョン いくぞ!冒険団 Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Let's Go! Stormy Adventure Squad), and (Japanese: ポケモン不思議のダンジョン めざせ!冒険団 Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Go For It! Light Adventure Squad) are a set of games for the WiiWare on Wii in the Pokémon Mystery Dungeon series. The series is an adaptation of the Mystery Dungeon games for Pokémon. Each title cost 1200 Wii Points (1234 Wii Points from April 2014). They were released exclusively in Japan on August 4, 2009, also making these so far the only ones not to have an international release. These titles are no longer legitimately obtainable since the Wii Shop Channel was shut down on January 31, 2019. A fan translation of these games was released in April 2020.[2]

The three games are collectively referred to as the (Japanese: ポケモン不思議のダンジョン冒険団シリーズ Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Adventure Squad series).

The games contain the Mythical Pokémon Arceus, who was missing but made a cameo as a statue in Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Explorers of Sky. The games focus on Water, Electric, and Fire-type Pokémon depending on the version, and the home village's design changes accordingly. The games are not as plot-based as previous Pokémon Mystery Dungeon games.


  • Pokémon use the same 3D models as My Pokémon Ranch and the Pokémon Rumble series.
  • The player can use the Nintendo DS as a controller.
  • With the use of the internet, the player could ask for a rescue from another player.
  • WiiConnect24 was used to download special missions.
  • Pokémon can now evolve inside of Dungeons. If an enemy defeats a party member, it will evolve to its next stage, if any, gaining new moves and levels; Reviver Seed does not prevent this from happening.
  • Four different save files are available, making it one of the few titles in the entire Pokémon series that allows more than one person to play the same copy of a game.
    • If a player purchases more than one version of the game, their save file can be used with any version to access different Pokémon.
  • A new mechanic allows Pokémon to ride on each other, called Pokémon Tower, which allows them to perform simultaneous attacks with each other and move as one.
    • The towers also allow Pokémon to learn Egg Moves, by watching another Pokémon in the tower perform the move a couple of times, allowing a Pokémon in the tower who can learn the move as an Egg Move to learn it.
  • This is the first game in the series in which the main character is not a human transformed into a Pokémon.
  • If players decide to go onto a dungeon without activating their accepted jobs for the dungeon, a confirmation of the decision will appear. Similar message will appear if player wants to go to the next floor without completing the job on current floor.


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The plot begins with an overview of the hub location. From there, Farfetch'd is seen fighting with either SneaselB, FloatzelS or GrumpigL. A Slowking, the town elder, quickly breaks the fight up. From here, an Aron and Swinub come up to Slowking. They ask for its help in rescuing a Shuckle. Slowking then asks a group of Pokémon to help. It is here when the player can choose their starter and other Pokémon from the group of Pokémon Slowking asked. The team goes into Dubious ForestB, Dubious HillS, or Dubious ValleyL. When the player returns to Pokémon VillageB, Pokémon BeachS, or Pokémon GardenL, Shuckle explains he went to Dubious ForestB, Dubious HillS, or Dubious ValleyL because he had heard a rumor that there was a tasty fruit there, and while looking for it, he got lost. The other Pokémon tell Shuckle that there is nothing like that in the Dubious ForestB, Dubious HillS, or Dubious ValleyL. Slowking then shows the starters the Request Board, which is where Pokemon put their problems, and tasks the group of starters to form an Adventure Squad, and help the residents of the hub world with their problems, dubbed the Blazing Adventure SquadB, Stormy Adventure SquadS, or Light Adventure SquadL. The team is able to enter Cheerful MeadowB, Exciting MeadowS, or Sparkling MeadowL.

After rank up to from the Normal Rank to the Bronze Rank, Slowking teaches you're squad the Stack Attack techinique. However, the force the attack is so powerful that it knocks him unconscious. He then reveales he faked it and tells the player that he can tell you more about the Stack Attack if you wish. The player is then allowed to enter Sunset RocklandB, Cloudy RocklandS, or Shady RocklandL.

At the end of the game, the team was shown to have found some special cookies that the player wants to give to everyone. But Slowking reminds them about the chocolate incident, but Aron, Swinub and Shuckle insisted to share the cookies due to the player's rescue team's hard work. They first introduced it to the two Pokemon quarreling. It was surprising that Sneasel B, Floatzel S or Grumpig L were not mean to Farfetch'd, the two Pokemon shared the cookie with each other and the player's rescue team distributes the rest of the cookies to the other Pokémon. Aron, Swinub and Shuckle ask Slowking to try the cookie, he hesitates before trying the cookie. Before the credits are shown, they mention that this village is lively.

Pokémon Village, Beach, and Garden

The central area of the three games are similar to Pokémon Square and Treasure Town, however the area is different depending on which version the player is playing. Pokémon Village can only be found in Blazing, and is set around a volcano. Pokémon Beach can only be found in Stormy, and is set by the sea. Pokémon Garden can only be found in Light, and is set in a forest.

Duskull Bank - Here, the player can store any money that the player may find in dungeons, or may obtain from selling different objects.

Kangaskhan Warehouse - Here, the player can store items that the player finds in the dungeons, so the player doesn't lose them when the player faints inside a dungeon.

Kecleon Shop - This area is manned by a single Kecleon, instead of two, as in the past games. Here, the player can buy items, such as orbs and berries.

Gastrodon Shop - Here, the player can get his or her Treasure Chests opened for 100 Poké by a pair of Gastrodon. This feature is not opened up at the beginning of the game.

Slaking Move Relearner - Slaking can teach the player's Pokémon attacks which it has forgotten, but only those that it can learn via level-up.

The Slowking Elder - Slowking will send the player out on missions to help other Pokémon, similar to Wigglytuff from Wigglytuff's Guild.

List of dungeons

Blazing Stormy Light
Japanese English Japanese English Japanese English
あやしのもり Dubious Forest あやしのおか Dubious Hill あやしのたに Dubious Valley
ウキウキそうげん Cheerful Meadow ワクワクそうげん Exciting Meadow キラキラそうげん Sparkling Meadow
ゆうやけのいわば Sunset Rockland くもがくれのいわば Cloudy Rockland こもれびのいわば Shady Rockland
ぬまのたに Marsh Valley おがわのもり Stream Forest こおりのおか Ice Hill
ルビーのみずうみ Ruby Lake ヒスイのみずうみ Jade Lake キララのみずうみ Mica Lake
チョコレートやま Chocolate Mountain チョコレートじま Chocolate Island チョコレートづか Chocolate Field
たからだにへのみち Path to Treasure Valley たからやまへのみち Path to Treasure Mountain たからじまへのみち Path to Treasure Island
ほのおのさんがく Fire Mountains あらしのしま Storm Island ひかりのいただき Light Summit
さざなみのうみ Ripple Seas あらなみのうみ Stormy Seas かぜなみのうみ Wave Seas
しんぴのへいげん Mystery Plains しんぴのしつげん Mystery Marsh しんぴのそうげん Mystery Meadow
かいきなやま Weird Mountain かいきないわば Weird Rockland かいきなもり Weird Forest
ひみつしょとう Secret Archipelago ひみつこうげん Secret Highland ひみつがんざん Secret Rockmountain
アンノーンビレッジ Unown Village アンノーンリゾート Unown Resort アンノーンガーデン Unown Garden
でんせつのかざんとう Legendary Volcanic Island でんせつのしっちたい Legendary Wetland でんせつのさんがく Legendary Mountains
さいごのれいほう Final Mountain さいごのことう Final Island さいごのどうくつ Final Cave

Shiny Pokémon

36 different species of Shiny Pokémon are available to be recruited. These Shiny Pokémon have a hunger stat of 200 rather than 100.


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Playable characters

Some of the Starter Pokémon in the games and Slowking

Only two members of the squad are allowed into the first dungeon, and these are chosen by a selection screen rather than a quiz. They are shown wanting to save Shuckle, of which Slowking is glad of. Those not chosen are left with Slowking and can be switched out for at any time, and are allowed to be nicknamed later a single time each.

Version Pokémon
Blazing 004Charmander.png 037Vulpix.png 058Growlithe.png
Charmander Vulpix Growlithe
133Eevee.png 155Cyndaquil.png 216Teddiursa.png
Eevee Cyndaquil Teddiursa
255Torchic.png 390Chimchar.png 427Buneary.png
Torchic Chimchar Buneary
Stormy 007Squirtle.png 158Totodile.png 194Wooper.png
Squirtle Totodile Wooper
231Phanpy.png 258Mudkip.png 298Azurill.png
Phanpy Mudkip Azurill
360Wynaut.png 393Piplup.png 447Riolu.png
Wynaut Piplup Riolu
Light 025Pikachu.png 052Meowth.png 054Psyduck.png
Pikachu Meowth Psyduck
172Pichu.png 175Togepi.png 179Mareep.png
Pichu Togepi Mareep
239Elekid.png 403Shinx.png 417Pachirisu.png
Elekid Shinx Pachirisu

Game-exclusive Pokémon

These are the game-exclusive Pokémon available on each games aside of playable characters.

013 013 Weedle Bug Poison
014 014 Kakuna Bug Poison
015 015 Beedrill Bug Poison
019 019 Rattata Normal
020 020 Raticate Normal
021 021 Spearow Normal Flying
022 022 Fearow Normal Flying
023 023 Ekans Poison
024 024 Arbok Poison
029 029 Nidoran♀ Poison
030 030 Nidorina Poison
031 031 Nidoqueen Poison Ground
048 048 Venonat Bug Poison
049 049 Venomoth Bug Poison
066 066 Machop Fighting
067 067 Machoke Fighting
068 068 Machamp Fighting
072 072 Tentacool Water Poison
073 073 Tentacruel Water Poison
077 077 Ponyta Fire
078 078 Rapidash Fire
084 084 Doduo Normal Flying
085 085 Dodrio Normal Flying
088 088 Grimer Poison
089 089 Muk Poison
090 090 Shellder Water
091 091 Cloyster Water Ice
100 100 Voltorb Electric
101 101 Electrode Electric
102 102 Exeggcute Grass Psychic
103 103 Exeggutor Grass Psychic
104 104 Cubone Ground
105 105 Marowak Ground
106 106 Hitmonlee Fighting
107 107 Hitmonchan Fighting
111 111 Rhyhorn Ground Rock
112 112 Rhydon Ground Rock
113 113 Chansey Normal
127 127 Pinsir Bug
129 129 Magikarp Water
130 130 Gyarados Water Flying
137 137 Porygon Normal
140 140 Kabuto Rock Water
141 141 Kabutops Rock Water
146 146 Moltres Fire Flying
147 147 Dratini Dragon
148 148 Dragonair Dragon
149 149 Dragonite Dragon Flying
161 161 Sentret Normal
162 162 Furret Normal
165 165 Ledyba Bug Flying
166 166 Ledian Bug Flying
211 211 Qwilfish Water Poison
220 220 Swinub Ice Ground
221 221 Piloswine Ice Ground
223 223 Remoraid Water
224 224 Octillery Water
226 226 Mantine Water Flying
233 233 Porygon2 Normal
236 236 Tyrogue Fighting
237 237 Hitmontop Fighting
242 242 Blissey Normal
246 246 Larvitar Rock Ground
247 247 Pupitar Rock Ground
248 248 Tyranitar Rock Dark
250 250 Ho-Oh Fire Flying
290 290 Nincada Bug Ground
291 291 Ninjask Bug Flying
292 292 Shedinja Bug Ghost
303 303 Mawile Steel
311 311 Plusle Electric
312 312 Minun Electric
316 316 Gulpin Poison
317 317 Swalot Poison
327 327 Spinda Normal
331 331 Cacnea Grass
332 332 Cacturne Grass Dark
338 338 Solrock Rock Psychic
345 345 Lileep Rock Grass
346 346 Cradily Rock Grass
371 371 Bagon Dragon
372 372 Shelgon Dragon
373 373 Salamence Dragon Flying
377 377 Regirock Rock
383 383 Groudon Ground
401 401 Kricketot Bug
402 402 Kricketune Bug
410 410 Shieldon Rock Steel
411 411 Bastiodon Rock Steel
420 420 Cherubi Grass
421 421 Cherrim
Overcast Form
425 425 Drifloon Ghost Flying
426 426 Drifblim Ghost Flying
436 436 Bronzor Steel Psychic
437 437 Bronzong Steel Psychic
440 440 Happiny Normal
443 443 Gible Dragon Ground
444 444 Gabite Dragon Ground
445 445 Garchomp Dragon Ground
449 449 Hippopotas Ground
450 450 Hippowdon Ground
455 455 Carnivine Grass
458 458 Mantyke Water Flying
464 464 Rhyperior Ground Rock
473 473 Mamoswine Ice Ground
474 474 Porygon-Z Normal
481 481 Mesprit Psychic
027 027 Sandshrew Ground
028 028 Sandslash Ground
043 043 Oddish Grass Poison
044 044 Gloom Grass Poison
045 045 Vileplume Grass Poison
074 074 Geodude Rock Ground
075 075 Graveler Rock Ground
076 076 Golem Rock Ground
095 095 Onix Rock Ground
114 114 Tangela Grass
116 116 Horsea Water
117 117 Seadra Water
122 122 Mr. Mime Psychic
123 123 Scyther Bug Flying
124 124 Jynx Ice Psychic
144 144 Articuno Ice Flying
163 163 Hoothoot Normal Flying
164 164 Noctowl Normal Flying
167 167 Spinarak Bug Poison
168 168 Ariados Bug Poison
170 170 Chinchou Water Electric
171 171 Lanturn Water Electric
177 177 Natu Psychic Flying
178 178 Xatu Psychic Flying
182 182 Bellossom Grass
187 187 Hoppip Grass Flying
188 188 Skiploom Grass Flying
189 189 Jumpluff Grass Flying
193 193 Yanma Bug Flying
200 200 Misdreavus Ghost
204 204 Pineco Bug
205 205 Forretress Bug Steel
206 206 Dunsparce Normal
208 208 Steelix Steel Ground
212 212 Scizor Bug Steel
218 218 Slugma Fire
219 219 Magcargo Fire Rock
222 222 Corsola Water Rock
225 225 Delibird Ice Flying
227 227 Skarmory Steel Flying
228 228 Houndour Dark Fire
229 229 Houndoom Dark Fire
230 230 Kingdra Water Dragon
235 235 Smeargle Normal
238 238 Smoochum Ice Psychic
249 249 Lugia Psychic Flying
263 263 Zigzagoon Normal
264 264 Linoone Normal
273 273 Seedot Grass
274 274 Nuzleaf Grass Dark
275 275 Shiftry Grass Dark
278 278 Wingull Water Flying
279 279 Pelipper Water Flying
283 283 Surskit Bug Water
284 284 Masquerain Bug Flying
293 293 Whismur Normal
294 294 Loudred Normal
295 295 Exploud Normal
296 296 Makuhita Fighting
297 297 Hariyama Fighting
299 299 Nosepass Rock
300 300 Skitty Normal
301 301 Delcatty Normal
302 302 Sableye Dark Ghost
307 307 Meditite Fighting Psychic
308 308 Medicham Fighting Psychic
315 315 Roselia Grass Poison
320 320 Wailmer Water
321 321 Wailord Water
324 324 Torkoal Fire
328 328 Trapinch Ground
329 329 Vibrava Ground Dragon
330 330 Flygon Ground Dragon
333 333 Swablu Normal Flying
334 334 Altaria Dragon Flying
335 335 Zangoose Normal
337 337 Lunatone Rock Psychic
339 339 Barboach Water Ground
340 340 Whiscash Water Ground
341 341 Corphish Water
342 342 Crawdaunt Water Dark
347 347 Anorith Rock Bug
348 348 Armaldo Rock Bug
349 349 Feebas Water
350 350 Milotic Water
353 353 Shuppet Ghost
354 354 Banette Ghost
359 359 Absol Dark
361 361 Snorunt Ice
362 362 Glalie Ice
369 369 Relicanth Water Rock
378 378 Regice Ice
382 382 Kyogre Water
386 386 Deoxys
Normal Forme
406 406 Budew Grass Poison
407 407 Roserade Grass Poison
412 412 Burmy
Plant Cloak
413 413 Wormadam
Plant Cloak
Bug Grass
414 414 Mothim Bug Flying
418 418 Buizel Water
419 419 Floatzel Water
429 429 Mismagius Ghost
439 439 Mime Jr. Psychic
442 442 Spiritomb Ghost Dark
453 453 Croagunk Poison Fighting
454 454 Toxicroak Poison Fighting
465 465 Tangrowth Grass
469 469 Yanmega Bug Flying
476 476 Probopass Rock Steel
478 478 Froslass Ice Ghost
482 482 Azelf Psychic
489 489 Phione Water
016 016 Pidgey Normal Flying
017 017 Pidgeotto Normal Flying
018 018 Pidgeot Normal Flying
032 032 Nidoran♂ Poison
033 033 Nidorino Poison
034 034 Nidoking Poison Ground
046 046 Paras Bug Grass
047 047 Parasect Bug Grass
056 056 Mankey Fighting
057 057 Primeape Fighting
063 063 Abra Psychic
064 064 Kadabra Psychic
065 065 Alakazam Psychic
069 069 Bellsprout Grass Poison
070 070 Weepinbell Grass Poison
071 071 Victreebel Grass Poison
081 081 Magnemite Electric Steel
082 082 Magneton Electric Steel
086 086 Seel Water
087 087 Dewgong Water Ice
092 092 Gastly Ghost Poison
093 093 Haunter Ghost Poison
094 094 Gengar Ghost Poison
096 096 Drowzee Psychic
097 097 Hypno Psychic
098 098 Krabby Water
099 099 Kingler Water
108 108 Lickitung Normal
118 118 Goldeen Water
119 119 Seaking Water
120 120 Staryu Water
121 121 Starmie Water Psychic
126 126 Magmar Fire
138 138 Omanyte Rock Water
139 139 Omastar Rock Water
142 142 Aerodactyl Rock Flying
145 145 Zapdos Electric Flying
185 185 Sudowoodo Rock
190 190 Aipom Normal
191 191 Sunkern Grass
192 192 Sunflora Grass
207 207 Gligar Ground Flying
209 209 Snubbull Normal
210 210 Granbull Normal
214 214 Heracross Bug Fighting
234 234 Stantler Normal
240 240 Magby Fire
241 241 Miltank Normal
251 251 Celebi Psychic Grass
252 252 Treecko Grass
253 253 Grovyle Grass
254 254 Sceptile Grass
261 261 Poochyena Dark
262 262 Mightyena Dark
270 270 Lotad Water Grass
271 271 Lombre Water Grass
272 272 Ludicolo Water Grass
276 276 Taillow Normal Flying
277 277 Swellow Normal Flying
280 280 Ralts Psychic
281 281 Kirlia Psychic
282 282 Gardevoir Psychic
285 285 Shroomish Grass
286 286 Breloom Grass Fighting
309 309 Electrike Electric
310 310 Manectric Electric
313 313 Volbeat Bug
314 314 Illumise Bug
318 318 Carvanha Water Dark
319 319 Sharpedo Water Dark
336 336 Seviper Poison
343 343 Baltoy Ground Psychic
344 344 Claydol Ground Psychic
352 352 Kecleon Normal
357 357 Tropius Grass Flying
363 363 Spheal Ice Water
364 364 Sealeo Ice Water
365 365 Walrein Ice Water
366 366 Clamperl Water
367 367 Huntail Water
368 368 Gorebyss Water
370 370 Luvdisc Water
374 374 Beldum Steel Psychic
375 375 Metang Steel Psychic
376 376 Metagross Steel Psychic
379 379 Registeel Steel
384 384 Rayquaza Dragon Flying
396 396 Starly Normal Flying
397 397 Staravia Normal Flying
398 398 Staraptor Normal Flying
408 408 Cranidos Rock
409 409 Rampardos Rock
415 415 Combee Bug Flying
416 416 Vespiquen Bug Flying
424 424 Ambipom Normal
431 431 Glameow Normal
432 432 Purugly Normal
438 438 Bonsly Rock
451 451 Skorupi Poison Bug
452 452 Drapion Poison Dark
456 456 Finneon Water
457 457 Lumineon Water
459 459 Snover Grass Ice
460 460 Abomasnow Grass Ice
462 462 Magnezone Electric Steel
463 463 Lickilicky Normal
467 467 Magmortar Fire
468 468 Togekiss Normal Flying
472 472 Gliscor Ground Flying
475 475 Gallade Psychic Fighting
479 479 Rotom
Normal Rotom
Electric Ghost
480 480 Uxie Psychic
488 488 Cresselia Psychic
492 492 Shaymin
Land Forme

Pal Passwords

Pal Passwords, such as these, may unlock the Pokémon on any version.


Main article: Staff of Pokémon Mystery Dungeon (WiiWare)


  • These are the only Pokémon Mystery Dungeon games to have separate dungeons for each version. Each version features 15 unique dungeons and, when all combined, equal 45 unique dungeons which is up to the standard of other Pokémon Mystery Dungeon games.
  • These were the only Pokémon Mystery Dungeon games originally released on a home video game console, until the release of Pokemon Mystery Dungeon: Rescue Team DX.
  • These are the first Pokémon Mystery Dungeon games that do not have a quiz that determines what Pokémon the player will be. Instead, the player selects two Pokémon to use in the first dungeon.
  • In the United States copyright filings for the games, the titles of the games are translated twice. The first set of names are literal translations: Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Keep Going! Blazing Adventure Squad, Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Let's Go! Stormy Adventure Squad, and Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Go For It! Light Adventure Squad. The second set of names are written in the same way as Explorers of Time, Darkness, and Sky with the element written last: Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Forward! Adventurers of Flame, Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Let's Go! Adventurers of Storm, and Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Aspire! Adventurers of Light.[3][4][5]
    • The Ancient Treasure collection in Pokémon Super Mystery Dungeon, which features looplets named after previous games in the series, translates the ほのおのリングル Blazing Looplet, あらしのリングル Stormy Looplet, and ひかりのリングル Light Looplet as the Wildfire Looplet, Tempest Looplet, and Radiance Looplet, respectively.


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