History VideoGame / PokemonSnap

10th Aug '17 5:31:54 AM pgj1997
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** Jigglypuff uses the same microphone/marker from the anime to sing. She even sings the exact same song.
** The Ditto in the cave that transform into Bulbasaur can't seem to change their faces, which at first just seems to be a way to clue the player in on what they actually are. This is a reference to a [=PokéDex=] entry, which states it can transform into ''almost'' a perfect copy (though the eyes not changing is even more common). It may also be a reference to Duplica's Ditto from the anime.

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** Jigglypuff uses the same microphone/marker from the anime to sing. She even sings the exact same song.
song, and also puffs up when she gets angry.
** The Ditto in the cave that transform into Bulbasaur can't seem to change their faces, which at first just seems to be a way to clue the player in on what they actually are. This is a reference to a [=PokéDex=] entry, which states it can transform into ''almost'' a perfect copy (though the eyes not changing is even more common). It may also be a reference to Duplica's Ditto from the anime.



** A Snorlax at the Beach will wake up and dance when the Poké Flute is played. The Poké Flute is the only way to get Snorlax to move in ''VideoGame/PokemonRedAndBlue'', as well as their remakes.

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** A Snorlax at the Beach will wake up and dance when the Poké Flute is played. The Poké Flute is the only way to get Snorlax to move in ''VideoGame/PokemonRedAndBlue'', as well as their remakes.''VideoGame/PokemonRedAndBlue''.
8th Aug '17 10:59:07 PM Pichu-kun
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!!Tropes in this game:

* AmazingTechnicolorBattlefield: [[spoiler:The Rainbow Cloud stage.]]

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!!Tropes in this game:

!!''Pokémon Snap'' contains examples of:

* AmazingTechnicolorBattlefield: [[spoiler:The Rainbow Cloud The [[spoiler:Rainbow Cloud]] stage.]]



* ComMons: There are some Mons you can photograph dozens of times. Magikarp appears in every location aside from [[spoiler:Rainbow Cloud]], Pikachu appears in four, Zubat and Bulbasaur appear in two (although in the Cave, the Bulbasaur are actually Ditto).
** The official strategy guide {{lampshade|d}}s Pikachu's use of the trope.

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* ComMons: There are some Mons you can photograph dozens of times. Magikarp appears in every location aside from [[spoiler:Rainbow Cloud]], Pikachu appears in four, Zubat and Bulbasaur appear in two (although in the Cave, the Bulbasaur are actually Ditto).
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Ditto). The official strategy guide {{lampshade|d}}s Pikachu's use of the trope.



** The art design and the voices of the characters are based on the anime, instead of the games.



* {{Feelies}}: During the game's release, players could take their cartridges to Blockbusters (Toys R Us in Australia) and print out stickers of the photos they took. Much like VideoGame/StarTropics, this was digitally simulated in the Wii's UsefulNotes/VirtualConsole rerelease. Once per day, the player can send a picture from the gallery to the Wii Message Board. The Wii U version doesn't have this function, but it's possible to achieve the same result by posting screenshots to Miiverse.

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* {{Feelies}}: During the game's release, players could take their cartridges to Blockbusters (Toys R Us in Australia) and print out stickers of the photos they took. Much like VideoGame/StarTropics, ''VideoGame/StarTropics'', this was digitally simulated in the Wii's UsefulNotes/VirtualConsole rerelease. Once per day, the player can send a picture from the gallery to the Wii Message Board. The Wii U version doesn't have this function, but it's possible to achieve the same result by posting screenshots to Miiverse.
27th May '17 3:58:51 PM nombretomado
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* UpdatedRerelease: The VirtualConsole release adds a feature where you can add the pictures you've taken in-game onto your Wii Message Board. This is done to replace the original game's feature of printing out stickers of photos at game rental shops. Also, Jynx's face was changed from black to purple, to coincide with Jynx's modern design.

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* UpdatedRerelease: The VirtualConsole UsefulNotes/VirtualConsole release adds a feature where you can add the pictures you've taken in-game onto your Wii Message Board. This is done to replace the original game's feature of printing out stickers of photos at game rental shops. Also, Jynx's face was changed from black to purple, to coincide with Jynx's modern design.
27th May '17 3:55:02 PM nombretomado
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* {{Feelies}}: During the game's release, players could take their cartridges to Blockbusters (Toys R Us in Australia) and print out stickers of the photos they took. Much like VideoGame/StarTropics, this was digitally simulated in the Wii's VirtualConsole rerelease. Once per day, the player can send a picture from the gallery to the Wii Message Board. The Wii U version doesn't have this function, but it's possible to achieve the same result by posting screenshots to Miiverse.

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* {{Feelies}}: During the game's release, players could take their cartridges to Blockbusters (Toys R Us in Australia) and print out stickers of the photos they took. Much like VideoGame/StarTropics, this was digitally simulated in the Wii's VirtualConsole UsefulNotes/VirtualConsole rerelease. Once per day, the player can send a picture from the gallery to the Wii Message Board. The Wii U version doesn't have this function, but it's possible to achieve the same result by posting screenshots to Miiverse.
17th Apr '17 2:35:23 PM finlandsberet
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** The Ditto in the cave that transform into Bulbasaur can't seem to change their faces, which at first just seems to be a way to clue the player in on what they actually are. This is a reference to a [=PokéDex=] entry, which states it can transform into ''almost'' a perfect copy (though the eyes not changing is even more common). It may also be a reference to Duplika's Ditto from the anime.

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** The Ditto in the cave that transform into Bulbasaur can't seem to change their faces, which at first just seems to be a way to clue the player in on what they actually are. This is a reference to a [=PokéDex=] entry, which states it can transform into ''almost'' a perfect copy (though the eyes not changing is even more common). It may also be a reference to Duplika's Duplica's Ditto from the anime.
17th Apr '17 2:26:12 PM finlandsberet
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** Jigglypuff uses the same microphone/marker from the animé to sing. She even sings the exact same song.
** The Ditto in the cave that transform into Bulbasaur can't seem to change their faces, which at first just seems to be a way to clue the player in on what they actually are. This is a reference to a [=PokéDex=] entry, which states it can transform into ''almost'' a perfect copy (though the eyes not changing is even more common).

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** Jigglypuff uses the same microphone/marker from the animé anime to sing. She even sings the exact same song.
** The Ditto in the cave that transform into Bulbasaur can't seem to change their faces, which at first just seems to be a way to clue the player in on what they actually are. This is a reference to a [=PokéDex=] entry, which states it can transform into ''almost'' a perfect copy (though the eyes not changing is even more common). It may also be a reference to Duplika's Ditto from the anime.
7th Apr '17 1:46:31 PM Gosicrystal
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* TheDevTeamThinksOfEverything: Play the Poké Flute near a singing Jigglypuff and it'll get offended.

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* TheDevTeamThinksOfEverything: DevelopersForesight: Play the Poké Flute near a singing Jigglypuff and it'll get offended.
22nd Mar '17 6:12:39 PM GrammarNavi
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A {{Nintendo 64}} game based on the ''Franchise/{{Pokemon}}'' series later released on the {{Wii}} Virtual Console. You have to [[GottaCatchThemAll CATCH THEM ALL!]] [[RecycledInSpace on a photo safari]]. The game plays as a RailShooter but with a camera, with points for capturing Pokémon in certain poses, or having multiple Pokémon in one shot. As you progress through the game, you open up new areas of Pokémon Island to explore, and Professor Oak gives you access to new items, which can be used to draw out Pokémon or get them into different poses.

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A {{Nintendo 64}} UsefulNotes/Nintendo64 game based on the ''Franchise/{{Pokemon}}'' series later released on the {{Wii}} UsefulNotes/{{Wii}} Virtual Console. You have to [[GottaCatchThemAll CATCH THEM ALL!]] [[RecycledInSpace on a photo safari]]. The game plays as a RailShooter but with a camera, with points for capturing Pokémon in certain poses, or having multiple Pokémon in one shot. As you progress through the game, you open up new areas of Pokémon Island to explore, and Professor Oak gives you access to new items, which can be used to draw out Pokémon or get them into different poses.
22nd Mar '17 12:21:35 PM KamonTheSkunk
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Added DiffLines:

* GuideDangIt: Getting some of the hidden Pokémon to appear (or evolve from Pokémon on a stage) requires either knowledge of the Pokédex or a walkthrough.
9th Feb '17 12:25:30 AM Mikeyfan93
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** You can find a Dragonite in the River stage by throwing Pester Balls in to a whirlpool. This is a reference to a [=PokéDex=] entry that states that it lives somewhere in the sea.
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