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Pokemon-snap-2

The cover for the game.


The game is made by Nintendo and Gamefreak.


Pokemon Snap 3DS, also commonly referred to as Pokemon Snap 2 or Pokemon Photography is a generation five game coming out before the games for 3DS known as Pokemon X/Y. This game includes 100+ Pokemon, some from the previous game and a bunch of new ones! It also allows you to edit your photos and whatnot. It also gives you the option to save them to your 3DS. You can even edit your 3DS Mii into it. 

Release date is June, 15th of 2013.


Plot

Professor Oak asked a new photographer to come along to the PokeIsland to take pictures of Pokemon to add to the Pokepaper, a newspaper back in the regions of Unova, Sinnoh, Hoenn, Johto and Kanto.

Pokemon Included

Tepig (Pokédex 3D)

Tepig ingame.

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Kyogre ingame.

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Deoxys ingame.

Snivy (Pokédex 3D)

Snivy ingame.

Charmander

Charmeleon

Charizard

Squirtle

Wartortle

Blastoise

Bulbasaur

Ivysaur

Venusaur

Cyndaquil

Quilava

Typhlosion

Chikorita

Bayleef

Meganium

Totodile

Croconaw

Feraligatr

Treecko

Grovyle

Sceptile

Torchic

Combusken

Blaziken
Dialga-6

Dialga ingame.

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Palkia ingame.

Mudkip

Marshtomp

Swampert

Turtwig

Grotle

Torterra

Chimchar

Monferno

Infernape

Piplup

Prinplup

Empoleon

Snivy

Servine

Serperior

Tepig

Pignite

Emboar

Oshawott

Dewott

Samurott

Eevee

All of the Eeveelutions from gen 1 up to gen 5.

Pikachu

Raichu

Marill

Azumarill

Sudowoodo

Magikarp

Gyarados

Zapdos

Articuno

Moltres

Entei

Suicine

Raikou

All of the Unown

Celebi

Wobbuffett

Misdreavus

Dialga

Palkia

Abra

Kadabra

Keldeo

Cresselia

Alakazam

Jirachi

Deoxys

Genesect

Lucario

Zoroark

Zorua

Snorlax

Munchlax

Celebi

Koffing

Weezing

Chansey

Tangela

Lapras

Cubone

Marowak

Trubbish

Garbodor

Gengar

Haunter

Gastly

Sableye

Nidoran male

Nidoran female

Nidorina

Nidorino

Nidoqueen

Nidoking

Seel

Dewgong

Minccino

Cinccino

Gothita

Shuppet

Banette

Drifloon

Drifblim

Golurk

Tyranitar

Zubat

Golbat

Crobat

Yamask

Duskull

Mankey

Primeape

Psyduck

Golduck

Muk

Grimer

Ditto

Sandile

Growlithe

Arcanine

Vulpix

Voltorb

Electrode

Golem

Geodude

Sandslash

Sandshrew

Cloyster

Scyther

Scizor

Voltorb

Electrode

Ninetails

Pidgey

Spearow

Pidove

Hitmonlee

Hitmonchan

Hitmontop

Tyrogue

Machop

Machoke

Machamp

Throh

Sawk

Poliwrath Staryu

Starmie

Krabby

Wooper

Quagsire

Mantine

Mantyke

Frillish

Surskit

Cherubi

Vileplume

Cacturne

Tropius

Foongus

Shaymin (flying forme)

Virizion

Deerling (spring)

Kyogre

Groudon

How to unlock what

To get an apple, you must finish the first level once.

To get a Pesterball, you must get a picture of 10 Pokemon.

To get the ZERO-ONE Booster, you must get a picture of 40 Pokemon.

To get evolution stones, you must buy them at the Island Pokemart using Photography-Pokedollars. They're used to evolve Pokemon that need evolution stones to evolve. Throw it at the Pokemon that needs an evolution stone to evolve and it'll evolve!

Day Cloud is purchased at the Island Pokemart using Photography-Pokedollars. It's used to get Espeon.

Night Cloud is purchased at the Island Pokemart using Photography-Pokedollars. It's used to get Umbreon.

To get the Pokeflute, you must finish every level except Legend Cloud.



Levels

Starting Level: ZERO-ONE Factory

All of the electric types and related belong in the ZERO-ONE Factory. The sign for this is a massive ZERO-ONE Statue that's hiding until you activate a switch by throwing a Pesterball at it. Although, it's hidden. To get to the next level, you must get a picture of 5 different Pokemon.

Legendaries - Zapdos, Genesect


Second Level: Desert

All of the ground type and related belong in the desert. The sign for this is a Sandile hidden in the sand. To get it, you must play the Pokeflute at the right time. To get to the next level, you must make Sandile go to the gate-lock and activate it. To lead it there, use apples.

Legendaries - Groudon


Third Level: Haunted Mansion

All ghost types and related belong in the Haunted Mansion. The sign for this is a Gengar looking mat that is placed on the wall. The only way to find it is to break open a certain door at the certain time, which leads into a darker hallway, which reveals the Gengar mat.

Legendaries - None


Fourth Level: Tropical Beach

Basically a tropical beach. Lots of random types belong in the Tropical Beach. The sign for this is a Lapras submarine that will occasionally come out of the water. To pass this level, get a Pokeflute, use it near Snorlax and Snorlax will sit up and fall back down and activate the switch to open the gate.

Legendaries - None


Fifth Level: Fighting Arena

All fighting types and related belong in the Fighting Arena. The sign for this is a Hitmonlee fighting a Hitmonchan statue hidden under drapes. To get the drapes to open, you must get Tyrogue to open them but leading him over with apples to the drape-pullers. To get past this level, take a picture of 40 Pokemon.

Legendaries - None


Sixth Level: Aquarium

All water types belong in the Aquarium. The sign for this is bubbles that look like Seadra. To get it, you must throw a Pesterball into a tank. It's randomized on when you get it. To get past this level, you must take a perfect picture of Gyarados.

Legendaries - Kyogre


Seventh Level: Volcano 2

All fire types and related belong in Volcano 2. The sign for this is a Magmar egg hidden unless you use a Pesterball on the right spot. To get past this level, you must get a perfect picture of Moltres.

Legendaries - Moltres


Eighth Level: Green field

All grass types and related belong in Green Field. The sign for this is a Virizion shaped grass patch. It's hidden, but very possible to find when knowing the location. To get past this level, capture a picture of Virizion.

Legendaries - Virizion


Ninth Level: The Dump

All dump-like Pokemon can be found here and belong in The Dump. Articuno can be found in the ice-skate section. The sign for this is a massive dirt patch that looks like Trubbish. To get past this level, you must get 90 Pokemon.

Legendaries - Articuno


Tenth Level: Cave 2

All cave-like Pokemon belong in the Cave. The sign is a Mew Constellation. To get past this level, you must get every Pokemon sign.


Eleventh Level: Legend Cloud

The 11th and final level of Pokemon Snap 3DS. This one is full of every legendary not found on other levels. It's in a rainbow cloud, much like Rainbow Cloud in the original Pokemon Snap. Once you finish this level, you're awarded Multiplayer Battling. Basically Pokemon Stadium-like battling with the Pokemon you've caught a picture of being able to be used in battle. All level 50. All using their main movepools.

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