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Pokémon Daycare (のは、ポケットモンスターの世話を見てみましょう!Let's Raise Pokémon!) is a Pokémon title for the Wii U, currently being developed by X-Scissor. Although it is partly a storage for Generation V games for the Nintendo DS, it has many other features that the player may take part in.

A sequel to Pokémon Daycare, currently known as Pokémon Daycare XY, is currently in development.

Synopsis

At the beginning of the game, a Mii is selected to be the owner of a daycare. The player will control the Mii, and have the ability to interact with Pokémon. The daycare starts out with ten Pokémon in their Basic evolutional stage. Often, computer-generated Miis or other players' Miis may come down to your daycare and ask them to take care of his/her Pokémon for PokémonDollar. However, whenever you are taking care of another player's Pokémon, it may not evolve. Every Pokémon, including shiny Pokémon and special Formes, has a 3D model.

You may play minigames with the Pokémon at your daycare, and they can gain experience points to level up, similar to the way they do in main series games. Pokémon that have the ability to evolve may evolve in the daycare, through getting items or leveling up. The player may also interact with Pokémon outside of minigames, by petting them, carrying them, or doing simple things like tossing a ball back and forth.

Pokémon roaming throughout the Daycare will occasionally interact. They may play around with each other, battle, walk together, and many more things. If Pokémon interact, they will gain Exp. Points; allowing them to raise levels, learn moves, and sometimes evolve.

As you play the game more often, you will get the opportunity to adopt more of your own Pokémon with PokémonDollar. Other players may also give away their Pokémon via Wi-Fi, or computer-generated Miis may do the same. Pokémon can be transferred to the game to work as a simple storage system, to gain experience points by playing, or to breed, like in the normal daycare homes in the main series games.

Pokémon may be transformed to their special Formes through the use of Toys. For example, Shaymin may be transformed into its Sky Forme through the use of the Gardenia Toy, and Landorus may be transformed to its Therian Forme through the use of the Reveal Glass Toy. As a special preview to Generation VI, Mewtwo can transform into its Mega Evolution, with the use of the Mega Stone Toy.

You can also transfer Pokémon from the games for the Nintendo DS, Pokémon Black Version, White Version, Black 2, and White 2. You may interact with them the same way you do with normal Pokémon obtained in the normal game.

A few Pokémon from the upcoming Pokémon X and Y are included in this game as previews for the Generation. These Pokémon may not be sent to games for the Nintendo DS, as the Pokémon are not included in this Generation.

Breeding

The player may group Pokémon in the daycare. If two Pokémon are in the same Egg Group, and they are opposite genders, they may breed (although only if it says they "get along" and they are offscreen for five minutes). The female Pokémon will be holding an egg, and the player may take it, if he/she chooses. The Masuda method is still present in this game. The mother and/or father may walk around with the Pokémon hatched from the Egg if they are put in the same area. Eggs can be hatched by walking around while carrying them, with the same amount of steps as in the main series games.

Stamina

Pokémon have limited stamina in this game. As they play and run around, their stamina will go down. Eventually, their stamina will go down all the way, and they will have to rest in the bedroom, or be healed by using certain berries or potions. A Pokémon's stamina will also slowly go up if they stay sitting down for about 10 minutes.

Online

Players can connect with other daycare homes after connecting to the Nintendo Network via Wi-Fi Connection. Players can choose whether they want to head out and play at other players' daycare homes, or if they want other players to come to their home. You may speak to each other via WiiSpeak or a USB Keyboard, and you can interact with other daycare owners' Pokémon the same way you do at your own daycare home.

Characters

  • Player - The new owner of the daycare. It is now your job to take good care of all of the Pokémon who are left here.
  • Steven - An employee of the daycare. He will alert the player of any troubles that the Pokémon are having.
  • Ann - Another employee of the daycare. She will explain everything about the daycare that happens, as well as show the player around at the beginning.
  • Angel - Another employee of the daycare. He is the host of the minigame section, meaning he will explain them all to you.
  • Stelios - Although not an employee of the daycare, he will occasionally check on the daycare, and give you PokémonDollar for your work.

The Daycare

Before starting the game, the player must give a name to the daycare he/she bought. The default name is "PokéHome". The daycare contains locations made specifically for certain types of Pokémon. The daycare also works as a Pokémon storage for Generation V games.

At every location that there isn't an attraction, there is a grassy field (outdoors), and a rug (indoors). Pokémon will walk around normally on the field or the rug when not playing at an attraction. The field can hold up to 400 Pokémon, while the rug can both hold up to 200 Pokémon. Overall, the Daycare can hold 1100 Pokémon.

Depending on how many Pokémon you have, the size of the Daycare will grow.

Indoors

Counter

The counter is where visitors come. Visitors may leave their Pokémon for the daycare to take care of. Occasionally, Pokémon from the wild can be found, and the player may take them in, or leave it be. Also, other players of the game may walk up to the counter and request for their Pokémon to be taken care of. The counter is found at the northwest part of the inside of the daycare.

Bedroom

The bedroom is where Pokémon can sleep to restore their stamina. There are eight beds in the room, meaning only up to eight Pokémon may be stored here. The player must assist smaller Pokémon on getting into bed. Pokémon will sleep for up to thirty minutes. The bedroom is found at the north part of the inside of the Daycare.

Toybox

The toybox simply holds all of the toys. Only 60 toys can be stored at once, and only 30 toys can be out at once, so when the Toy count is at maximum, it will be required to throw away or sell some toys. The toybox is found at the northeast part of the inside of the daycare.

Outdoors

Minigame Center

The Minigame Center is where all of the minigames are found. There is a platform set out for each minigame, and the player must step on the one with the minigame that is desired to play on it in order to begin the game. The Minigame Center is found at the northeast part of the outside of the daycare.

Forest

The forest is a special location for Grass- and Bug-type Pokémon. In the winter, Ice-type Pokémon may be stored as well. It is a group of ten trees that Bug-types can hang down from, and Pokémon can climb them to play on. The player has the ability to shake trees, occasionally making Bug-type Pokémon such as Metapod fall from their resting location. The forest is located at the southeastern part of the outside of the daycare, and it can hold up to 200 Pokémon.

Pokémon that may be stored in the forest

Bulbasaur
Ivysaur
Venusaur
Charmander
Charmeleon
Charizard
Caterpie
Metapod
Butterfree
Weedle
Kakuna
Beedrill
Pidgey
Pidgeotto
Pidgeot
Rattata
Raticate
Spearow
Fearow
Ekans
Arbok
Pikachu
Raichu
Nidoran♀
Nidorina
Nidoqueen
Nidoran♂
Nidorino
Nidoking
Clefairy
Clefable
Vulpix
Ninetales
Jigglypuff
Wigglytuff
Oddish
Gloom
Vileplume
Paras
Parasect
Venonat
Venomoth
Meowth
Persian
Mankey
Primeape
Growlithe
Arcanine
Bellsprout
Weepinbell
Victreebell
Ponyta
Rapidash
Farfetch'd
Doduo
Dodrio
Exeggcute
Exeggutor
Lickitung
Chansey
Tangela
Kangaskhan
Mr. Mime
Scyther
Pinsir
Ditto
Eevee
Vaporeon
Jolteon
Flareon
Snorlax
Mew
Chikorita
Bayleef
Meganium
Cyndaquil
Quilava
Typhlosion
Totodile
Croconaw
Feraligatr
Sentret
Furret
Ledyba
Ledian
Pichu
Cleffa
Igglybuff
Togepi
Togetic
Mareep
Flaaffy
Ampharos
Bellossom
Sudowoodo
Hoppip
Skiploom
Jumpluff
Aipom
Sunkern
Sunflora
Yanma
Espeon
Wobbuffet
Girafarig
Dunsparce
Snubbull
Granbull
Scizor
Shuckle
Heracross
Teddiursa
Ursaring
Phanpy
Donphan
Stantler
Smeargle
Blissey
Celebi
Treecko
Grovyle
Sceptile
Torchic
Combusken
Blaziken
Mudkip
Marshtomp
Swampert
Zigzagoon
Linoone
Wurmple
Silcoon
Beautifly
Cascoon
Dustox
Lotad
Lombre
Ludicolo
Seedot
Nuzleaf
Shiftry
Tailow
Swellow
Shroomish
Breloom
Slakoth
Vigoroth
Slaking
Nincada
Ninjask
Skitty
Delcatty
Electrike
Manectric
Plusle
Minun
Volbeat
Illumise
Roselia
Gulpin
Swalot
Spoink
Grumpig
Zangoose
Seviper
Castform
Kecleon
Tropius
Wynaut
Jirachi
Turtwig
Grotle
Torterra
Chimchar
Monferno
Infernape
Piplup
Prinplup
Empoleon
Starly
Staravia
Starraptor
Bidoof
Bibarel
Kricketot
Kricketune
Shinx
Luxio
Luxray
Budew
Roserade
Burmy
Wormadam
Mothim
Combee
Vespiquen
Pachirisu
Cherubi
Cherrim
Ambipom
Buneary
Loppuny
Glameow
Purugly
Bonsly
Mime Jr.
Happiny
Chatot
Munchlax
Riolu
Lucario
Croagunk
Toxicroak
Carnivine
Lickilicky
Tangrowth
Togekiss
Yanmega
Leafeon
Shaymin
Snivy
Servine
Serperior
Tepig
Pignite
Emboar
Oshawott
Dewott
Samurott
Patrat
Watchog
Lilipup
Herdier
Stoutland
Pansage
Simisage
Pansear
Simisear
Panpour
Simipour
Munna
Musharna
Pidove
Tranquill
Unfezant
Blitzle
Zebstrika
Audino
Sewaddle
Swadloon
Leavanny
Venipede
Whirlipede
Scolipede
Cottonee
Whimsicott
Petilil
Lilligant
Minccino
Cinccino
Deerling
Sawsbuck
Emolga
Karrablast
Escavalier
Foongus
Amoonguss
Joltik
Galvantula
Shelmet
Accelgor
Larvesta
Volcarona
Virizion
Meloetta
Chespin
Fennekin
Froakie
Sylveon

Pokémon that may be stored in the forest, but only show up at night

Gastly
Haunter
Gengar
Drowzee
Hypno
Hoothoot
Noctowl
Spinarak
Ariados
Natu
Xatu
Umbreon
Murkrow
Misdreavus
Poochyena
Mightyena
Shedinja
Shuppet
Banette
Duskull
Dusclops
Mismagius
Honchcrow
Spiritomb
Dusknoir
Rotom
Purrloin
Liepard
Zorua
Zoroark

Pokémon that may be stored in the forest in the winter only

Jynx
Sneasel
Swinub
Piloswine
Delibird
Smoochum
Snorunt
Snover
Abomasnow
Weavile
Glaceon
Mamoswine
Cubchoo
Beartic

Pokémon that may be stored in the forest in the winter only, but only show up at night

Glalie
Frosslass
Cryogonal

Rocky Area

The rocky area is a special location for Rock-, Ground-, and Fire-type Pokémon. It is a group of rocks and a small volcano that Pokémon will climb and play on. The player may press a button to make the volcano erupt, and the Pokémon will climb around to get free of the magma. The rocky area is located at the northwest part of the outside of the daycare, and it can hold up to 100 Pokémon.

Pokémon that may be stored in the rocky area

Charmander
Charmeleon
Charizard
Nidoran♀
Nidorina
Nidoqueen
Nidoran♂
Nidorino
Nidoking
Zubat
Golbat
Digglett
Dugtrio
Mankey
Primeape
Growlithe
Arcanine
Machop
Machoke
Machamp
Geodude
Graveler
Golem
Ponyta
Rapidash
Onix
Cubone
Marowak
Hitmonlee
Hitmonchan
Rhyhorn
Rhydon
Kangaskhan
Magmar
Flareon
Moltres
Dratini
Dragonair
Dragonite
Cyndaquil
Quilava
Typhlosion
Crobat
Sudowoodo
Unown
Pineco
Forretress
Gligar
Steelix
Shuckle
Heracross
Slugma
Magcargo
Phanpy
Donphan
Tyrogue
Hitmontop
Larvitar
Pupitar
Tyrannitar
Entei
Ho-Oh
Torchic
Combusken
Blaziken
Makuhita
Hariyama
Mawile
Aron
Lairon
Aggron
Numel
Camerupt
Torkoal
Spinda
Traphinch
Vibrava
Flygon
Cacnea
Cacturne
Swablu
Altaria
Zangoose
Seviper
Baltoy
Claydol
Castform
Kecleon
Bagon
Shellgon
Salamence
Beldum
Metang
Metagross
Regirock
Regice
Registeel
Groudon
Jirachi
Chimchar
Monferno
Infernape
Cranidos
Rampardos
Shieldon
Bastiodon
Gastrodon
Bronzor
Bronzong
Bonsly
Gible
Gabite
Garchomp
Hippopotas
Hippowdon
Skorupi
Drapion
Rhyperior
Magmortar
Gliscor
Dialga
Palkia
Heatran
Regigigas
Giratina
Victini
Tepig
Pignite
Emboar
Pansear
Simisear
Roggenrola
Boldore
Gigalith
Drilbur
Excadrill
Timburr
Gurdurr
Conkeldurr
Throh
Sawk
Sandile
Krokorok
Krookodile
Darumaka
Darmanitan
Maractus
Dwebble
Crustle
Scraggy
Scrafty
Sigilyph
Tirtouga
Carracosta
Archen
Archeops
Ferroseed
Ferrothorn
Klink
Klang
Klinklang
Axew
Fraxure
Haxorus
Druddigon
Pawniard
Bisharp
Rufflett
Braviary
Vullaby
Mandibuzz
Heatmor
Durant
Deino
Zweilous
Hydreigon
Larvesta
Volcarona
Cobalion
Terrakion
Reshiram
Zekrom
Landorus
Kyurem
Genesect
Fennekin

Pokémon that may be stored in the rocky area, but only show up at night

Omanyte
Omastar
Kabuto
Kabutops
Aerodactyl
Houndour
Houndoom
Lileep
Cradily
Anorith
Armaldo
Absol
Spiritomb
Yamask
Coffagrigus
Golett
Golurk

Pokémon that may be stored in the rocky area, but only in the winter

Swinub
Piloswine
Mamoswine

Pond

The pond is a special location specifically for Water-type Pokémon. It is a deep pool that the player may dive into, and he/she may interact with the aquatic Pokémon the same way that he/she would on land. The pond is located at the southwest part of the outside of the daycare, and it can hold up to 200 Pokémon. You may dive into the pond if you use a Pokémon that knows the move, Dive.

Pokémon that may be stored in the pond

Squirtle
Wartortle
Blastoise
Psyduck
Golduck
Poliwag
Poliwhirl
Poliwrath
Tentacool
Tentacruel
Slowpoke
Slowbro
Shellder
Cloyster
Horsea
Seadra
Goldeen
Seaking
Staryu
Starmie
Magikarp
Gyarados
Lapras
Vaporeon
Dratini
Dragonair
Dragonite
Totodile
Croconaw
Feraligatr
Chinchou
Lanturn
Marill
Azumarill
Wooper
Quagsire
Qwilfish
Remoraid
Octillery
Mantine
Kingdra
Suicune
Lugia
Mudkip
Marshtomp
Swampert
Azurill
Carvanha
Sharpedo
Wailimer
Wailord
Barboach
Whiscash
Corphish
Crawdaunt
Feebas
Milotic
Castform
Clamperl
Huntail
Gorebyss
Relicanth
Luvdisc
Kyogre
Piplup
Prinplup
Empoleon
Buizel
Floatzel
Shellos
Gastrodon
Finneon
Lumineon
Mantyke
Phione
Manaphy
Oshawott
Dewott
Samurott
Panpour
Simipour
Tympole
Palpitoad
Seismitoad
Basculin
Tirtouga
Carracosta
Frillish
Jellicent
Alomomola
Tynamo
Eelektrik
Eelektross
Keldeo

Pokémon that may be stored in the pond, but only show up at night

Omanyte
Omastar

Pokémon that may be stored in the pond in the winter only

Seel
Dewgong
Spheal
Sealeo
Walrein

Playground

The playground is a special location for Pokémon to run and play in. It has a swingset that can hold up to four Pokémon, two sea-saws that can hold two Pokémon each, and a slide. However, larger Pokémon cannot play on the Playground. The Playground is located in the center of the outside of the daycare, and it can hold up to 15 Pokémon.

Minigames

Oshawott's Beach Party

In this minigame, your Pokémon swims in a race against different Pokémon. The controls are simple, just tilt the GamePad forward to go forward, tilt it right to go to the right, and tilt it left to go to the left. If you tilt the GamePad back, your Pokémon will stop. You must get your Pokémon to the finish line first twice, and then in the third race, you race Oshawott.

Treecko's Woods

In this minigame, your Pokémon must run around a forest, attempting to catch Treecko. Your Pokémon is constantly running forward, and you must simply press R or L to change their direction (left or right). Occasionally, Treecko will make a roadblock by knocking over a tree or dropping stones. The player can destroy those roadblocks by touching them on the GamePad's screen. You must attempt to catch him in under a minute. It is better to play as a Pokémon with a higher Speed stat in this minigame.

Ponyta Racing

In this minigame, you race around a track with your Pokémon. You must repeatedly flick the stylus over your Pokémon on the GamePad's touch screen. Occasionally, your Pokémon will run out of stamina, so you must press the A button repeatedly to recover it after you've stopped. It is usually better to play as a Pokémon that has four legs, or a higher Speed stat in this minigame.

Kaichu's Arena

This game features a guest appearance from Kaichu from the Pikachu Fighters series. You battle with other Pokémon in a boxing-type match. Press the L button to do a left punch, R button to do a right punch, and flick the stylus upwards on the GamePad's touch screen to do an uppercut. You go through three matches, fighting random Pokémon. After those are finished, you must battle with Kaichu. It is better to play as a Fighting-type Pokémon or one with a higher Attack stat.

Darumaka's Ruins

Darumaka's Ruins is a more complex minigame. It has three stages that each have different puzzles and controls. In the first stage, you must use the control stick to move your Pokémon, and avoid boulders. You can temporarily stop boulders by touching them on the GamePad's touch screen. In the second stage, there are five sets of coffins. Each set has one coffin that is actually a door, and will lead to the next set of coffins. Simply move your Pokémon with the control stick, and select a coffin with the A button. Coffins that are not the door are Coffagrigus, and they will attack. The final stage is a slide-puzzle to unlock a treasure, that you must do on the touch screen. You must try to finish the minigame in under three minutes.

Qwilfish's Labyrinth

In this minigame, your Pokémon swims through an underwater maze. There are Qwilfish everywhere, and if your Pokémon runs into one, it will be paralyzed for a few seconds. You must attempt to get your Pokémon to the end of all three stages in less than a minute each. Use the control stick to move your Pokémon, and the GamePad's touch screen to move around certain Qwilfish that may be blocking your Pokémon's way in the maze. It is better to play as a Water-type Pokémon.

Mewtwo's Psychic Brawl

In this minigam, your Pokémon must go trough a labyrinth full of Psychic-type Pokémon. The objective of the game is to defeat each Pokémon in every room in battle, then move on to the next room until you arrive at a boss battle. At the very end of the minigame, the player battles with Mewtwo. The Pokémon is controlled from above with the right Control Stick. Pressing A, B, X, or Y will use attacks.

Landorus's Sky Chase

This game is recommended for Flying-type Pokémon. If the player is not a Flying-type, they will use balloons. It is harder to play the game as heavier Pokémon. The player will go through multiple stages, flying through a two-dimensional maze of clouds. The objective is to catch a certain Pokémon through every stage in a certain amount of time. At the end of the minigame, the player will have to attempt to catch Thundurus, Tornadus, or Landorus.

Time Travel with Celebi

In this game, you control your Pokémon going through a maze. Several different items will appear throughout the maze, and they will be based around a certain point in history. The main point is to get through the maze and find Celebi at every spot. You simply will move your Pokémon with the control stick.

Toys

  • Attractor ~ Use it to call over a specific Pokémon.
  • Bonfire ~ Will sit at a certain point in a field. Pokémon will sit around and watch it sometimes.
  • Ball ~ A ball that can be thrown to a Pokémon.
  • Fountain ~ Will sit at a certain point in a field. Pokémon will sit around and watch it sometimes.
  • Punching Bag ~ A Pokémon can punch it to gain EXP.
  • Sun Ball ~ Will turn Cherrim to its sun forme.
  • Utility Set ~ Allows changing of Rotom forme.
  • Griseous Orb ~ Will turn Giritina to its Origin Forme.
  • Gracidea ~ Will change Shaymin forme.
  • Zen Ball ~ Will allow Darmanitan with Zen Mode ability to transform.
  • Reveal Glass ~ Will allow Forces of Nature to change forme.
  • Gene Splicer ~ Will allow Kyurem to change forme, when near Zekrom or Reshiram.
  • Mega Stone ~ Allows Mewtwo to Mega Evolve temporarily to its Y form.
  • Mossy Rock ~ Will allow Eevee to evolve to Leafeon.
  • Icy Rock ~ Will allow Eevee to evolve to Glaceon.

Event Pokémon

There are Pokémon in the game that can be obtained through special events or tasks in the daycare. All of the Pokémon obtained may be sent to Nintendo DS games, except for the three starters from Generation VI, of course.

The original trainer for these Pokémon is "DAYCARE", and the I.D. Number is 315163, unless the Pokémon is hatched from an Egg in-game. All of the Pokémon were caught from "A fateful encounter", and the location they were caught at is "Lovely Place".

Sprite Pokémon How to Obtain Moves
Spr 5b 002 Ivysaur
Lv. 20
After storing 50 Pokémon in your daycare, Ann will offer you a gift of three Pokémon, one of which is Ivysaur. Leaf Storm
SolarBeam
Synthesis
Sunny Day
Spr 5b 005 Charmeleon
Lv. 20
After storing 50 Pokémon in your daycare, Ann will offer you a gift of three Pokémon, one of which is Charmeleon. Fire Blast
Heat Wave
Mean Look
Counter
Spr 5b 008 Wartortle
Lv. 20
After storing 50 Pokémon in your daycare, Ann will offer you a gift of three Pokémon, one of which is Wartortle Hydro Pump
Muddy Water
Mirror Coat
Refresh
086 Seel
Lv. 10
After completing Oshawott's Beach Party with twenty different Pokémon, Angel will offer you a gift of ten Pokémon, one of which is Seel. Ice Shard
Water Gun
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090 Shellder
Lv. 10
After completing Oshawott's Beach Party with twenty different Pokémon, Angel will offer you a gift of ten Pokémon, one of which is Shellder. Clamp
Water Gun
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Spr 5b 144 Articuno
Lv. 20
After completing each minigame with one Pokémon, Angel will offer you a gift of three Pokémon, one of which is Articuno. Blizzard
Hurricane
Ice Beam
Sky Attack
Spr 5b 145 Zapdos
Lv. 20
After completing each minigame with one Pokémon, Angel will offer you a gift of three Pokémon, one of which is Zapdos. Thunder
Zap Cannon
Heat Wave
Sky Attack
Spr 5b 146 Moltres
Lv. 20
After completing each minigame with one Pokémon, Angel will offer you a gift of three Pokémon, one of which is Zapdos. Fire Blast
Double Team
Heat Wave
Sky Attack
150 Mewtwo
Lv. 20
After completing Mewtwo's Psychic Brawl with every non-legendary Psychic-type Pokémon in any regional Dex, Angel will offer you a gift of two Pokémon, one of which is Mewtwo. Psystrike
Aura Sphere
Calm Mind
Protect
151 Mew
Lv. 20
After completing Mewtwo's Psychic Brawl with every non-legendary Psychic-type Pokémon in any regional Dex, Angel will offer you a gift of two Pokémon, one of which is Mew. Psychic
Transform
Thunder
Shadow Ball
153 Bayleef
Lv. 20
After storing 25 Pokémon in the forest, Bayleef is given to you by Ann. Razor Leaf
Body Slam
PoisonPowder
Reflect
156 Quilava
Lv. 20
After storing 25 Pokémon in the rocky area, Quilava is given to you by Ann. Flamethrower
Smokescreen
Rollout
Double Edge
159 Croconaw
Lv. 20
After storing 25 Pokémon in the pond, Croconaw is given to you by Ann. Ice Fang
Aqua Tail
Superpower
Scary Face
170 Chinchou
Lv. 10
After completing Oshawott's Beach Party with twenty different Pokémon, Angel will offer you a gift of ten Pokémon, one of which is Chinchou. Thunderbolt
Water Gun
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194 Wooper
Lv. 10
After completing Oshawott's Beach Party with twenty different Pokémon, Angel will offer you a gift of ten Pokémon, one of which is Wooper. Mud Bomb
Water Gun
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243 Raikou
Lv. 20
After completing every minigame with five different Pokémon, Angel will offer you a gift of three Pokémon, one of which is Raikou. Thunder
Crunch
Earthquake
Protect
244 Entei
Lv. 20
After completing every minigame with five different Pokémon, Angel will offer you a gift of three Pokémon, one of which is Entei. Fire Blast
Crunch
Earthquake
Protect
245 Suicune
Lv. 20
After completing every minigame with five different Pokémon, Angel will offer you a gift of three Pokémon, one of which is Suicune. Hydro Pump
Crunch
Earthquake
Protect
249 Lugia
Lv. 20
After completing Time Travel with Celebi with every non-legendary Grass-type Pokémon in any regional Dex, Angel will offer you a gift of two Pokémon, one of which is Lugia. Hydro Pump
Psychic
Fly
Aeroblast
250 Ho-Oh
Lv. 20
After completing Time Travel with Celebi with every non-legendary Grass-type Pokémon in any regional Dex, Angel will offer you a gift of two Pokémon, one of which is Ho-Oh. Fire Blast
Dark Pulse
Fly
Sacred Fire
251 Celebi
Lv. 20
After completing Time Travel with Celebi with every non-legendary Grass-type Pokémon in any regional Dex, Angel will offer you a gift of two Pokémon, one of which is Celebi itself. Sing
Heal Bell
SolarBeam
Psychic
Spr 5b 253 Grovyle
Lv. 20
After storing 50 Pokémon in the forest, Grovyle is given to you by Ann. Leaf Blade
Leaf Storm
Crush Claw
Synthesis
Spr 5b 256 Combusken
Lv. 20
After storing 50 Pokémon in the rocky area, Combusken is given to you by Ann. Sky Uppercut
Flare Blitz
Focus Blast
Agility
Spr 5b 259 Marshtomp
Lv. 20
After storing 50 Pokémon in the pond, Marshtomp is given to you by Ann. Hydro Pump
Mud Bomb
Earth Power
Ice Ball
318 Carvanha
Lv. 10
After completing Oshawott's Beach Party with twenty different Pokémon, Angel will offer you a gift of ten Pokémon, one of which is Carvanha. Crunch
Water Gun
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363 Spheal
Lv. 10
After completing Oshawott's Beach Party with twenty different Pokémon, Angel will offer you a gift of ten Pokémon, one of which is Spheal. Ice Fang
Water Gun
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388 Grotle
Lv. 20
After storing 100 Pokémon in the forest, Grotle is given to you by Ann. Rock Climb
Razor Leaf
Vine Whip
Withdraw
391 Monferno
Lv. 20
After storing 100 Pokémon in the rocky area, Monferno is given to you by Ann. Mach Punch
Ember
Crunch
Flamethrower
395 Prinplup
Lv. 20
After storing 100 Pokémon in the pond, Prinplup is given to you by Ann. Aqua Jet
Peck
Brine
Bide
418 Buizel
Lv. 10
After completing Oshawott's Beach Party with twenty different Pokémon, Angel will offer you a gift of ten Pokémon, one of which is Buizel. Aqua Jet
Water Gun
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458Mantyke Mantyke
Lv. 10
After completing Oshawott's Beach Party with twenty different Pokémon, Angel will offer you a gift of ten Pokémon, one of which is Mantyke. Bounce
Water Gun
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ManaphyEgg Egg
Lv. 10
After storing 200 Pokémon in the pond, Ann will give you this mysterious Egg. --
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501 Oshawott
Lv. 10
After completing Oshawott's Beach Party with twenty different Pokémon, Angel will offer you a gift of ten Pokémon, one of which is Oshawott itself. Razor Shell
Water Gun
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564 Tirtouga
Lv. 10
After completing Oshawott's Beach Party with twenty different Pokémon, Angel will offer you a gift of ten Pokémon, one of which is Tirtouga. Rock Tomb
Water Gun
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ChespinSprite Chespin
Lv. 5
A special preview for Pokémon X and Y. Chespin is given to you at the very beginning of the game by Ann. Absorb
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FennekinAnimated Fennekin
Lv. 5
A special preview for Pokémon X and Y. Fennekin is given to you at the very beginning of the game by Ann. Ember
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FroakieSprite Froakie
Lv. 5
A special preview for Pokémon X and Y. Froakie is given to you at the very beginning of the game by Ann. Bubble
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Trivia

  • Pokémon Daycare has a lot in common with the games Hey, You, Pikachu!, Pokémon Channel, and My Pokémon Ranch.
  • Pokémon Daycare, being released one month before the release of Pokémon X and Y, (in mid-September) is the final game to be released in Generation V.
  • A sequel is planned to be made, to be connectible with Generation VI games for the Nintendo 3DS.

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