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Pokémon Predator & Prey
Developer(s) Lunatic Entertainment
Publisher(s) Nintendo
Platform(s) PC, Wii U, 3DS, 2Ds
Release Date(s)
On Hiatus
Mode(s)
Single Player, Multiplayer
Age Rating(s)
T for Teen
Genre(s) 2D Top-Down, Action, RPG
Media Included Direct download

Pokémon Predator and Prey is a fan game set in the Pokémon universe created in conjuncture between Nintendo, Game Freak Inc and Lunatic Entertainment. Unlike most other Pokémon games, these games follows a darker, though not necessarily gritty, storyline. Several new and unique features are introduced in these two games.

The game's main attraction was the idea of Pokémon consuming one another, but the secondary feature was various subspecies of existing Pokémon. However, with the release of Pokémon Sun & Moon and the Alola Forms, Predator & Prey went into hiatus status. Three other features included new evolutions for "orphaned" lineages such as Farfetch'd, an attempt to cover all type combinations that had not yet been touched upon by other Generations and the use of scrapped Pokémon that never made it into the games.

Unique features

New to the game is that the games follow 2 non-conflicting related storylines, with each game following a similar path of two individuals attempting to accomplish the same overall goals. This allows a player who plays one game to more readily be willing to access the other to fully tell the complete storyline.

The game also introduces a new nation, which currently remains unnamed. In this region the usage of Pokémon is more controversial than in other locations, and protesters can be seen picketing here and there, primarily in major cities. The region also allows Pokémon to follow their natural dietary instincts, and having one's Pokémon eat wild Pokémon is neither illegal nor uncommon. If the player's Pokémon is battling against the correct type of Pokémon (not necessarily battle types but more specific such as types of insects or plants) than they have an option once the opponent has been weakened to eat the opponent (for predator Pokémon) or kill their predator (for prey Pokémon). Doing so will give the Pokémon stat increases, or in the case of predators will recover health. Instead, prey killing their foe won't increase health but they can instead graze in grass and tall grass. Canonical Pokémon who have had descriptions indicating their meal preferences will remain true to these revelations.

The two games also feature different starters, with Predator featuring three predator Pokémon starters, and Prey featuring three prey starters.

List of Pokémon

Pokédex No. Sprite / Pokémon Diet Type(s)
000 Missingno. N/A FlyingNormal
001 Ermatch Predator Fire
002 Weselerant Predator Fire
003 Warvosene Predator FireIce
004 Ignetel Prey Fire
005 Flareweed Prey Fire
006 Putchking Prey FireGrass
007 Pankit Predator Water
008 Platterkat Predator Water
009 Pummelion Predator WaterFire
010 Prey Water
011 Prey Water
012 Prey WaterBug
013 Predator Grass
014 Predator Grass
015 Predator GrassWater
016 Prey Grass
017 Prey Grass
018 Prey GrassElectric
019 Kokana Prey Bug
020 Kasanagi Prey Bug
021 Kasanight Prey BugFighting
022 Fledgewing Predator Flying
023 Bacondor Predator Flying
024 Babiroost Predator Flying
025 Pichu
(Tiny Mouse Pokémon)
Prey Electric
026 Pikachu
(Mouse Pokémon)
Prey Electric
027 Raichu
(Mouse Pokémon)
Prey Electric
028 Kabiin
(Creepy Face Pokémon)
Predator Ghost
029 Nidoran
(Poison Pin Pokémon)
Prey Poison
030 Nidorina
(Poison Pin Pokémon)
Prey Poison
031 Nidoqueen
(Drill Pokémon)
Predator PoisonGround
032 Nidorino
(Poison Pin Pokémon)
Prey Poison
033 Nidoking
(Drill Pokémon)
Predator PoisonGround
034
035 Ninjerbil
(Rogue Pokémon)
Prey ElectricGhost
036 Ledybash Prey BugFlying
037 RESERVED FOR LEDYBASH EVOLUTION BugFlying
038 Azurill
(Polka Dot Pokémon)
Prey NormalFairy
039 Marill
(Aqua Mouse Pokémon)
Prey WaterFairy
040 Azumarill
(Aqua Rabbit Pokémon)
Prey WaterFairy
041 Zubat
(Bat Pokémon)
Predator PoisonFlying
042 Golbat
(Bat Pokémon)
Predator PoisonFlying
043 Crobat
(Bat Pokémon)
Predator PoisonFlying
044
045
046
047
048 Toxipilla
(Hornworm Pokémon)
Prey BugPoison
049 Thrashcase
(Grumpy Shell Pokémon)
Prey BugPoison
050 Sonikoth
(Hawk Moth Pokémon)
Prey BugPoison
051 Heracross
(Single Horn Pokémon)
Predator BugFighting
052 Curlicle
(Icy Bird Pokémon)
Predator Ice
053 Snipiper
(Serac Bird Pokémon)
Predator GhostIce
054 Psyduck
(Duck Pokémon)
Prey Water
055 Golduck
(Duck Pokémon)
Prey Water
056 Rokku
(Grapeshot Pokémon)
Prey Rock
057 Slingorn
(Slingshot Pokémon)
Prey Rock
058 Tunorn
(Tuning Fork Pokémon)
Prey Rock
059 Shellos
(Sea Slug Pokémon)
Prey Water
060 Gastrodon
(Sea Slug Pokémon)
Prey WaterGround
061 Buhi
(Slow Moving Pokémon)
Prey NormalElectric
062 Bufouette
(Spinning Pokémon)
Predator ElectricFighting
063 Mira
(Forward Pokémon)
064 Arim
(Backward Pokémon)
065 RESERVED FOR GORILLAIMO DEVOLUTION Predator
066 Gorillaimo Predator
067 Wingull
(Seagull Pokémon)
Predator WaterFlying
068 Pelipper
(Water Bird Pokémon)
Predator WaterFlying
069 Hypnowag
(Impressionable Pokémon)
Prey
070 RESERVED FOR POLIWRATH REPLACEMENT
(Squat Frog Pokémon)
Predator
071 Nyosuka
(Frog King Pokémon)
Predator
072 Tentacute
(Tiny Jelly Pokémon)
Predator WaterFairy
073 Tentacool
(Jellyfish Pokémon)
Predator WaterPoison
074 Tentacruel
(Jellyfish Pokémon)
Predator WaterPoison
075 Nosepass
(Compass Pokémon)
N/A Rock
076 Probopass
(Compass Pokémon)
N/A RockSteel
077 Budew
(Bud Pokémon)
Prey GrassPoison
078 Roselia
(Thorn Pokémon)
Prey GrassPoison
079 Roserade
(Bouquet Pokémon)
Prey GrassPoison
080 Magnemite
(Magnet Pokémon)
N/A ElectricSteel
081 Magneton
(Magnet Pokémon)
N/A ElectricSteel
082 Magnezone
(Magnet Area Pokémon)
N/A ElectricSteel
083 Farfetch'd
(Wild Duck Pokémon)
Prey Normal
084 Flonin
(Adrift Duck Pokémon)
Prey Normal
085 Miyamalard
(Warrior Duck Pokémon)
Prey NormalSteel
086 Hartebahn Prey FireElectric
087 Avegnu Prey FireElectric
088 Boulevaard Prey FireGround
089 Alleydillo Prey FireGround
090 Shellder
(Bivalve Pokémon)
Prey Water
091
(Angry Clamp Pokémon)
Predator WaterFighting
092
(Bliss Clam Pokémon)
Prey WaterPsychic
093 Combee
(Tiny Bee Pokémon)
Prey BugFlying
094 Vespiquen
(Beehive Pokémon)
Prey BugFlying
095 RESERVED FOR MALE COMBEE EVOLUTION Prey
096 Kurusu
(Sea Dog Pokémon)
Predator Ice
097 RESERVED FOR KURUSU EVOLUTION Predator Ice
098 Buku
(Puffed Pokémon)
Prey WaterPoison
099 Stangler
(Ambush Pokémon)
Predator WaterDark
100 Swablu
(Cotton Bird Pokémon)
Prey NormalFlying
101 Altaria
(Humming Pokémon)
Prey DragonFlying
102 Kangasquire
(Emancipated Pokémon)
Prey Normal
103 Kangaskhan
(Parent Pokémon)
Prey Normal
104 Cubone
(Lonely Pokémon)
Prey Normal
105 Marowak
(Bone Keeper Pokémon)
Prey Normal
106 Babirec
(Pickpocket Pokémon)
Prey
107 Henchhog
(Lackey Pokémon)
Prey
108 Kingpig
(Mastermind Pokémon)
Predator
109 Koffing
(Poison Gas Pokémon)
Poison
110 Weezing
(Poison Gas Pokémon)
Poison
111 Hakking
(Poison King Pokémon)
Poison
112 Absol
(Disaster Pokémon)
Predator Dark
113 Dronant
(Busy Ant Pokémon)
Prey Bug
114 Durant
(Iron Ant Pokémon)
Predator BugSteel
115 Polant
(Cutter Ant Pokémon)
Predator BugGrass
116 Firant
(Fiery Ant Pokémon)
Predator BugFire
117 Gunant
(Bullet Ant Pokémon)
Predator BugFighting
118 Fusant
(Bomber Ant Pokémon)
Predator BugDark
119 Buizel
(Sea Weasel Pokémon)
Predator Water
120 Floatzel
(Sea Weasel Pokémon)
Predator Water
121 Drifloon
(Balloon Pokémon)
Predator GhostFlying
122 Drifblim
(Blimp Pokémon)
Predator GhostFlying
123 Lingermax
(Lazy Cannon Pokémon)
N/A Steel
124 Widebertha
(Fat Cannon Pokémon)
N/A Steel
125 Dentipede
(Supergun Pokémon)
N/A Steel
126 Riolu
(Emanation Pokémon)
Predator Fighting
127 Lucario
(Aura Pokémon)
Predator FightingSteel
128 Marink Prey FairyFire
129 Honuguma FairyFire
130 Mimii Predator Water
131 RESERVED FOR MIMII EVOLUTION Predator Water
132 Ditto
(Transform Pokémon)
Unique Normal
133 Eevee
(Evolution Pokémon)
Prey Normal
134 Vaporeon
(Bubble Jet Pokémon)
Water
135 Jolteon
(Lightning Pokémon)
Electric
136 Flareon
(Flame Pokémon)
Fire
137 Espeon
(Sun Pokémon)
Psychic
138 Umbreon
(Moonlight Pokémon)
Dark
139 Leafeon
(Verdant Pokémon)
Grass
140 Glaceon
(Fresh Snow Pokémon)
Ice
141 Sylveon
(Intertwining Pokémon)
Fairy
142
(Petal Bunny Pokémon)
Prey NormalGrass
143
(Flower Hare Pokémon)
Prey GrassFlying
144 Pestone
(Rock Baby Pokémon)
Prey DragonRock
145 Godzillante
(City Terror Pokémon)
Predator DragonFire
146 Tyrante
(Crag Lizard Pokémon)
Predator DragonSteel
147 Rigla
(Wiggly Worm Pokémon)
Prey BugIce
148 Tumbla
(Box Shell Pokémon)
N/A BugIce
149 Kulex
(Vampire Pokémon)
Predator BugIce
150
151
152
153
154 Greeby
(Paranoid Pokémon)
155 Loonest
(Protective Pokémon)
Prey
156
(Field Trip Pokémon)
Prey
157 Heruppi
(Wanderlust Pokémon)
Prey NormalDark
158 Axolunge
(Powerhouse Pokémon)
Prey FightingFairy
159 Olmesper
(Clairvoyant Pokémon)
Prey DarkPsychic
160 Dragonaut
(Dainty Eel Pokémon)
Predator Water
161 Nothogon
(Surf Lizard Pokémon)
Predator Water
162 Foragon
(Water Dragon Pokémon)
Predator WaterDragon
163
164
165
166
167
168
169
170
171 Happa Prey Grass
172 RESERVED FOR FALSE GRASS STARTER 2 Prey Grass
173 RESERVED FOR FALSE GRASS STARTER 3 Grass
174 Burneep Fire
175 RESERVED FOR FALSE FIRE STARTER 2 Fire
176 Blatias Fire
177 RESERVED FOR FALSE WATER STARTER 1 Water
178 RESERVED FOR FALSE WATER STARTER 2 Water
179 Karabajio Water
180 RESERVED FOR LEGENDARY
181 RESERVED FOR LEGENDARY
182 RESERVED FOR LEGENDARY
183 RESERVED FOR LEGENDARY

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