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Pokemon Yellow Gamma title Yγ
Box Yellow Gamma (Yγ)
Boxart for Pokemon Yellow Gamma
Developer(s) Baptice29
Publisher(s) Nintendo , GameFreak
Platform(s) Nintendo 3DS
Genre(s) Pokemon RPG
Release Date(s)
2017 ?
Mode(s)
1 Player (Online Available)
Age Rating(s)
Every World

Presentation

Pokémon Yellow Gamma (japanese: ポケモンイエローガンマ  ) is a Remake from Pokémon Yellow in GameBoy release in 1999 as the original version the Adventure place in Kanto with two playable character: Red (Japanese: レッド Red) is the male playable character and Leaf (Japanese: リーフ Leaf) is the female playable character . The game use the same graphics engine as pokemon ORAS (every VI génération was avaliable in the game)














Playable Character

(artwork of leaf found in Deviantart)

Rival

in the game there are three rival

Starter pokémon

as the original version 025Pikachu is the only Starter pokémon  Red/Leaf can have and travel in the player on-screen, outside of a Poké-ball like Ash (anime) . This Pikachu will not evolve into Raichu



The Kanto region (Japanese: カントー地方 Kantō-chihō) is a region of the Pokémon world. It is located east of Johto, and as revealed by the radio show Sinnoh Sound, is located south of Sinnoh. It was the first region to be introduced. It is the setting of the Generation I games and FireRed and LeafGreen; it is also accessible in Pokémon Gold, Silver, Crystal, HeartGold, and SoulSilver after the quest in Johto is completed.

All cities in Kanto are named after colors (Viridian City, Lavender Town, Indigo Plateau, etc.), with the exception of Pallet Town, which is also a reference to color. Professor Oak is the resident Pokémon Professor and gives Pokémon Trainers a choice between Bulbasaur, Charmander, or Squirtle as their starter Pokémon. In Yellow, the only choice is a Pikachu that he recently caught, although he did have an Eevee. In the games, the player begins his or her journey in Pallet Town and ends it at Indigo Plateau.

It is based on and named after the real Kantō region (関東, meaning "east of the barrier") in Japan. Unlike almost every other region, which are specific to their own generations, Kanto has been explorable in the first four generations of Pokémon games. However, it is not the primary region in the Generation II and IV games it appears in, in which players explore the neighboring Johto region before exploring Kanto.

The artwork of Kanto in Generation I and Generation II depict Kanto as grassland, with very few trees. In Generation III and Generation IV, Kanto is seen with more trees, making it less like grassland.

Latest kanto

The Sevii Islands (Japanese: ナナシマ Nanashima) are an archipelago of nine large islands and several small islands surrounding them far south of Kanto, and are home to several legendary Pokémon: Moltres, Lugia, Ho-Oh and Deoxys. They resemble the real-life Izu Islands. The main islands' only game appearance was in Pokémon FireRed and LeafGreen, but the two event islands, Navel Rock and Birth Island, later appeared in Pokémon Emerald. The Sevii Islands also appeared in various other media based on these games.


Seevi


Johto is a unlockable land in Yellow gamma and  The Johto region (Japanese: ジョウト地方 Jōto-chihō) is a region of the Pokémon world. It is located west of Kanto, and as revealed by the radio show Sinnoh Sound, is located south of Sinnoh. It is the setting of Pokémon Gold, Silver, Crystal, HeartGold, and SoulSilver. Johto and Kanto are part of a large landmass, with everything west of Indigo Plateau falling in the Johto region. Though it is unlike Kanto in that its name is not directly based on that of a region of Japan; Junichi Masuda has stated in his director's column that the kanji that inspired the name mean "castle palace" (城都) or "lattice-shaped palace" (条都)[1]; this meaning is connected to the city of Nara, which was the basis for Violet City.


Johto

Gym Leader

A Gym Leader (Japanese: ジムリーダー Gym Leader) is the highest-ranking member of a Pokémon Gym. The main job of a Gym Leader is to test Trainers and their Pokémon so that they are strong and resourceful enough to compete against the Elite Four in the games or the Pokémon League in the anime. If a Trainer defeats a Gym Leader in battle, then the Trainer earns that Gym's Badge.

A Gym Leader's job is not just to test upcoming Trainers. They must oversee how their respective Gym is run and to maintain it. Great care must be taken to make sure that their Gym reflects the best environment for the Pokémon type and playing style of choice, usually an environment that suits that type of Pokémon used there (like pools in a Water-type Gym or flowers and plants in a Grass-type Gym). According to Morty, teaching young people how to battle with Pokémon can also be the job of a Gym Leader.



Elite Fours

The Elite Four (Japanese: 四天王 The Big Four, lit. Four Heavenly Kings) are four Pokémon Trainers who are regarded as the toughest in their regional Pokémon League, short of the Pokémon League Champion. Those who challenge the Elite Four must have won all eight Badges from that region and face all four and the current Champion consecutively without losing to any of them.

One group resides on Indigo Plateau in Kanto and are considered the best Trainers in both Kanto and Johto, another is located in Ever Grande City in Hoenn, and three more reside at Pokémon Leagues in Sinnoh, Unova, and Kalos.

In the games, they employ the use of strong healing items in battle and the elite four the same of Kanto and Johto


Team Rocket

Team Rocket (Japanese: ロケット団 Rocket-dan, literally Rocket Gang) is a villainous team in pursuit of evil and the exploitation of Pokémon. They are based in the Kanto and Johto regions, with a small outpost in the Sevii Islands.

While its main focus is stealing or capturing rare and strong Pokémon, and subsequently selling them, it also funds and conducts cruel experimental research on Pokémon. Their oath, as posted on the wall of one of their many bases, is "Steal Pokémon for profit. Exploit Pokémon for profit. All Pokémon exist for the glory of Team Rocket." Their ultimate goal is to take over the world using Pokémon.

legendary Pokemon

Legendary Pokémon (Japanese: 伝説のポケモン Legendary Pokémon) are a group of incredibly rare and often very powerful Pokémon, generally featured prominently in the legends and myths of the Pokémon world.

more to come






Guest Trainer

Great Edit in Progress





List HM / TM

In the game there are 6 HM and 100 TM

HM ? TM ?/Number name type effect location
HM 1 Cut Normal

The target is cut with a scythe or claw. This can also be used to cut down thin trees.

S.S Anne
HM 2 Fly Flying

he user gains the Flying status, making it attack strongly on the next turn. It is not possible to link this move.

Route 16
HM 3 Surf Water

It swamps the entire battlefield with a giant wave. It can also be used for crossing water

Safari Zone
HM 4 Strenght Normal

The foe is slugged at maximum power. Can also be used to move boulders.

Fuschia City
HM 5 Flash Normal

The user flashes a light that cuts the foe’s accuracy. It can also be used to illuminate caves.

Route 2
HM 6 Waterfall Water

The user charges the foe at an awesome speed. It can also be used to climb a waterfall.

Give by Kamon after defeating 8th gym leader
1 Hone Claws Dark
2 Dragon Claw Dragon
3 Psyshock Psychic
4 Water Pulse Water
5 Calm Mind Psychic
6 Roar Normal
7 Toxic Poison
8 Hail Ice
9 Bulk Up Fighting
10 Venoshock Poison
11 Hidden Power Normal
12 Taunt Dark
13 Ice Beam Ice
14 Blizzard Ice
15 Hyper Beam Normal
16 Light Screen Psychic
17 Protect Normal
18 Rain Dance Water
19 Roost Fly
20 Safeguard Normal
21 Rock Tomb Rock
22 Frustration Normal
23 Solar Beam Grass
24 Smack Down Rock
25 Thunderbolt Electric
26 Thunder Electric
27 Earthquake Ground
28 Return Normal
29 Dig Ground
30 Giga Drain Grass
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New Object

in the game there are every new object

Picture (to follow) Name effect on which ? Location
Every Every Mega Gems Look this Category ! Every Every
Gamma Overhead Stone Once upon the time , A basic trainer found a mysterious Stone with Gamma symbol ! he decided to bring it to a scientific but the scientific was died seeking to discover the secret of the stone ... we just know that Pikachu (ONLY your starter !)may use extraordinary powers with this stone Pikachu

(Only the Starter)

Oak Related ???
Ancestral Stone Mew
Golden Stone Ho - oH
Silver Stone Lugia
Gear of Time Celebi
Crystal Stone Arceus
flashlight Replace HM Flash -
Wailmer buoy Replace HM Surf -
Hammer Replace HM Rock Smash -
Axe Replace HM Cut -
Robot Replace HM Strenght -
Propellor Replace HM Waterfall -
Neuralysor can be Forgotten all move (similar to Move deleter) -

Pokémon World Tournament Z

The Pokémon World Tournament (Japanese: ポケモンワールドトーナメント Pokémon World Tournament), also known as the PWT, is a facility in Unova in Black 2 and White 2.in Pokemon Yellow Gamma He is called Pokemon World Tournament Z (Japanese: ポケモンワールドトーナメントのPokémon World Tournament Z),

He is located in South West in Johto (Island crown in the map) Unlike Black2/White2 there will be only Gym Leader /Elite Fours and Champion of All Land (Kanto,Johto,Hoenn,Sinnoh,Unova,Kalos)


Mega Evolution

Mega Evolution (Japanese: メガシンカ Mega Evolution) is a transformation affecting Pokémon. Mega Evolutions are identified by having "Mega" in front of their name.

Korrina, the Gym Leader of Shalour City, is said to know secrets about Mega Evolution. The Tower of Mastery is also related to Mega Evolution. According to a Kalos legend, the first Pokémon to have been Mega Evolved was a Lucario. However, according to Zinnia's grandmother in Pokémon Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire, Rayquaza was the first Pokémon to Mega Evolve; Mega Evolution was first discovered by the first meeting of humanity and Rayquaza.

in the game professor sycamore (professor in X&Y) travel in Kanto when you got your fifth 'badge (Soul badge logicaly) and gives you the mega belt which allows to use the mega evolution

in the game there are ?? new mega evolution

Name of pokemon Mega Gems New type Move Tutor Ability                                       location
Butterfree Butterffrite Bug / fly Bug Buzz

Protean

change the pokémon's type to its last used moves

Viridian Forest (Day)
Nidoqueen Nidoqueenite Ground / Poison Flamethrower

Venimous Point

When a Pokémon with this Ability is hit by a move  there is a 50% chance that the attacking Pokémon will become seriously poisoned.

Safari Park (Day)
Nidoking Nidokingite Ground / Poison Flamethrower

Venimous Point

When a Pokémon with this Ability is hit by a move  there is a 50% chance that the attacking Pokémon will become seriously poisoned.

Safari park (Night)
Persian Persianite Normal / Dark Dark Pulse

Heart Avenger

Fighting Attackon Persian /2 and if Persian is hit by an Fighting attack Accuraly +2 ,dodge +2

Give by Giovanni after the  revenge match
Machamp Machampite Fighting Sky Uppercut

Endurence

Attack +1 and Speed -1 during every turn

Fighting Dojo in Saffran City (quest)
Golem Golemite Fire / Rock Flamethrower

Reconstruction

any KO attacks the user (explose, destruction ..) do not  KO ! but retains its effect

Mt Moon top
Weezing Weezinite Poison / Fire Toxix Burn

Explose

if Weezing is touched by a fire attack  He explodes and Weezing is KO causing widespread damage

Rocket Hideout (Day)
Arbok Arbokite Poison / Dark Dark Pulse

Clear Body

Clear Body prevents stat reduction caused by another Pokémon's move or Ability

Rocket Hideout (Night)
Marowak Marowakite Ground / Ghost Shadow Sneak

Sadness


if Marowak falls KO the opponent fall KO also

Pokémon Tower (night)
Arcanine Arcaninite  Fire / Dragon Dragon pulse

Speed Boost

At the end of each turn, Speed Boost raises the Speed stat of the Pokémon with this Ability by one stage.

give by Blue after defeating pokémon League 5 time with advenced team
Ninetales Ninetalesite Fire / Ghost Shadow Ball

Scrappy

Scrappy causes Ghost-type Pokémon to be hit by damage-dealing Normal- and Fighting-type moves inflicted by the user.

give by Alter Ego after defeating him 5 time
Parasect Parasectite Bug /Fire Flamethrower

Flash Fire

Flash Fire makes the Pokémon immune to Fire-type moves and will activate when hit by one. When activated, the power of the Pokémon's Fire-type moves is increased by 1.5×. While subsequent hits by Fire-type moves will not provide further increase in power, the Pokémon remains immune to their effects.

Viridian thicket (Day)
Dragonite Dragonitite Dragon / Fairy MoonBlast

Levitate

Dragonite no affect all ground attack

Dragon's Den
Meganium Meganiumite Grass / Fairy Moonblast

Adaptability

Adaptability increases SAB from 1.5× to 2×.

give by Prof Elm ...
Typhlosion Typhlosionite Fire / Ground Fissure

Sand Rush

Speed x2 during a Sandstorm

give by Prof Elm ...
Feraligatr Feraligatrite Water / Dark Water Spout

Sheer Force

Sheer Force raises the base power of all attacking moves that have an additional effect by 30%, but the additional effects are ignored.

give by Prof Elm ...
Noctowl Noctowlite Fly / Psychic Psycho Cut

Eyeglass Truth allows you to see the opposing pokemon all move (only at the beginning of the fight)

Viridian Forest (Night)
Crobat Crobatite Poison / Dark Crunch

Levitate

Crobat e no affect all ground attack

give by ??? after defeating before  Pokemon League
Dunsparce Dunsparsite Normal / Dragon Dragon pulse

Levitate

Dunsparce no affect all ground attack

Silph Co.
Froslass Froslassite Ice / Ghost Calm Mind

Frozen Grips

When a Pokémon with this Ability is hit by a move  there is a 30% chance that the attacking Pokémon will become frozen

Seafoam Islands (Hidden)
Honchkrow Honchkrowite Dark / Fly Brave Bird

Keen Eye

don't lose the accuracy

Johto
Dewgong Dewgongite Water / Ice Water Spout

Snow Warning

the hail will last only for five turns instead

give by Lorelei in Seevi Island
Kricketune Kricketunite Bug / Fighting Close Combat

Keen Eye

don't lose the accuracy

on the Tree in Viridian Forest
Ursaring Ursaringite Normal/ Psychic Psychic

Guts

Attack if here is a statue problem

Ilex Forest
Mismagius Mismagiusite Ghost/Fairy MoonBlast

Pure Magic

special attack X2

Burned Tower
Weavile Weavilite Dark/Ice Sheer Cold

Adaptability

Adaptability increases SAB from 1.5× to 2×.

Ice Path (Hidden)
Spiritomb Spiritombite Dark / Ghost Nightmare

Reaper

1/5 to one shot  with an offensive capability

give by Blank ...

Arceus Arceusite Normal Ultimate Judgment

Gift of God

The player choose the Arceus type unlimited

unckow ...

Zoroark Zoroarkite Dark/Fairy Moonblast

Moon Regenerating

heal 10% HP every turn ( illusion always active if no attack suffered )

Viridian thicket (Night)
Cofagrigus Cofagrigusite Ghost Shadow Force No change catacomb pokemon (Night)
Flygon Flygonite Ground/Dragon Flamethrower Flame Body

When a Pokémon with this Ability is hit by a move that makes contact, there is a 30% chance that the attacking Pokémon will become burned. If a Pokémon with this Ability is hit by a multi-strike move that makes contact, each hit has an independent chance to activate this Ability.

Seevi
Spinda Spindaite Normal unknow Confuse type

if Spinda use a Physic move it becomes Fighting type and if Spinda use a Special move it Become Psychic type

Seevi

Name of pokemon Stat Atk Stat Def Stat Atk-Spe Stat Def-Spe Stat Speed
Butterfree 0 +10 +50 +20 +20
Nidoqueen +40 +40 +60 +60 +10
Nidoking +60 +60 +30 +30 +10
Persian +25 +10 0 +10 +70
Machamp +50 +20 0 +30 +10
Golem +10 +50 +10 +50 0
Weezing +20 +20 +20 +20 +20
Arbok +20 +20 +20 +20 +20
Marowak +30 0 0 0 +50
Arcanine +10 +20 +80 +20 0
Ninetales +10 +20 +80 +20 0
Parasect +30 +30 +30 +30 0
Dragonite +50 0 +50 0 +25
Meganium 0 +10 +70 +10 0
Typhlosion +35 +10 +35 +10 +20
Feraligatr +70 +10 0 +10 +10
Noctowl +25 +10 0 +10 +50
Crobat +30 -10 +30 -10 +80
Dunsparce 0 0 0 0 0
Froslass 0 0 +40 +40 +20
Honchkrow +20 +10 +20 +10 +30
Dewgong 0 +10 +50 +25 +10
Kricketune +40 +10 0 +10 +30
Ursaring +70 0 +10 0 0
Mismagius 0 0 +100 0 0
Weavile +50 0 +50 0 +50
Spiritomb 0 +50 0 +50 0
Arceus +100 +100 +100 +100 +100
Zoroark +20 +10 +30 +10 +20
Cofagrigus +100 0 0 0 0
Flygon +20 +10 +20 +10 +30
Spinda +50(with fighing type otherwise 0) 0 +50(with Psychic type otherwise 0) 0 +25



Primal Reversion

Primal Reversion (Japanese: ゲンシカイキ Primal Regression) is an ancient transformation that debuted in Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire. Pokémon that have undergone Primal Reversion are distinguished by the word "Primal" in front of their species name. It is similar to Mega Evolution, but instead of using the energy of people and Pokémon, the user instead absorbs the energy of nature to greatly increase its power. Primal Reversion is said to restore the true powers of a Pokémon.

In order to undergo Primal Reversion, a Pokémon only needs to be holding the appropriate Orb. Like Mega Stones, Orbs cannot be removed if held by the appropriate Pokémon. Unlike Mega Evolution, however, the player doesn't need a Mega Bracelet, and also does not have to manually trigger Primal Reversion; it will simply happen automatically after the Pokémon enters battle and after any entry hazards take effect, but before the activation of weather-changing Abilities. Also, unlike Mega Evolution, there is no limit to the number of times the player may perform a Primal Reversion per battle.

name gems type Ability                                signature Move Location
Mew Ancestral Psychic/Fairy

Ancestral Genetics all stat +1 during the end of each turn

Transgenesis Seevi
Ho-oh Golden Fire/Fly

Golden Sun

Fire move x2 and other move type /2 (+50% burn with fire move)

GoldenFire Johto
Lugia Silver Psychic/Water

Silver Moon

Psychic move x2 and other move type /2 (+50% Confuse with Psychic move)

SilverWave Johto
Celebi Gear of Time Grass/Psychic

dimensional scream

you can see all the pokemon team of the opponent, all move and predicts the logic move that will be used the next turn

TimerShock Special Episode
Arceus Crystal Normal

Influence

every ability does not use

DivineBeam unknow

Gamma Overload Stone

Once upon the time , A basic trainer found a mysterious Stone with Gamma symbol ! he decided to bring it to a scientific but the scientific was died seeking to discover the secret of the stone ... we just know that Pikachu (ONLY your starter !)may use extraordinary powers with this stone

Picture name  Object type Ability                                signature          Move             Location
Primal Pikachu

Pikachu

(ONLY the starter Pikachu can use)

Gamma Overload Stone Electric

Gamma Area

Electric move x3 (pressure it's used in Electric move ) and other move type /3 (+50% paralyse with electric move)

GammaBeam

(this move was add in addition to 4 other move but he was use only gamma form )

?

Travel in the other Land

in the game you encounter some popular character of the pokemon Franchise will transport you to another land for a temporary period for a specific quest


Special Episodes

Special Episodes (Japanese: スペシャルエピソード Special Episodes) are extensions to the storyline of Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Explorers of Sky. They take one or more characters that play an important role in the storyline and expand on their background or what the Pokémon is/are like in that period of time.

Special Episodes are unlocked automatically, so players do not have to talk to a certain NPC to unlock them. Each special episode is unlocked by reaching a certain point in the game, at which a screen is displayed announcing that the special episode has been unlocked. Once unlocked, they can be found in the "Special Episodes" section of the game's main menu.

Players can take items and money out of the computer (your section for the object and Bill section for the new pokemon catching) pokémon you at the beginning of the episode will not be counted in the computer)

Play original Version Pokemon Yellow !

Pokémon Yellow Version: Special Pikachu Edition (Japanese: ポケットモンスターピカチュウ Pocket Monsters: Pikachu), often known as Pokémon Yellow Version, is the third Pokémon game for Game Boy released worldwide, as a solitary version of Pokémon Red and Blue Versions. In Japan, the game was the fourth Pokémon game released, as a second solitary version of Pocket Monsters Red & Green.

Similar to Red and Blue, Yellow arrived towards the end of the Game Boy's lifespan. It managed, though, to receive the title of second best-selling non-bundled game for its console, losing only to its predecessors.

in Pokemon Yellow Gamma , A emulator has been built for play the original version in the Nintendo 3DS ! It is unlocked after beating the Pokemon League




Official SoundTrack

in the Setting of the game , there is a Yellow Jukebox for listening all music of the game

Song Name

Credit (youtube chanel)

Opening Tutorial -Pokémon FireRed & LeafGreen ~ Arrangement~00:44

Opening Tutorial -Pokémon FireRed & LeafGreen ~ Arrangement~

Opening Tutorial Nanashima
Welcome To The World Of Pokémon! -Pokémon FireRed & LeafGreen ~ ΩRαS Style-02:01

Welcome To The World Of Pokémon! -Pokémon FireRed & LeafGreen ~ ΩRαS Style-

Welcome to the World of Pokémon nanashima
Pallet Town -Pokémon FireRed & LeafGreen ~ Arrangement~02:31

Pallet Town -Pokémon FireRed & LeafGreen ~ Arrangement~

Pallet Town nanashima
Professor Oak -Pokémon FireRed & LeafGreen ~ Arrangement~01:01

Professor Oak -Pokémon FireRed & LeafGreen ~ Arrangement~

Professor Oak nanashima
Oak's Research Institute -Pokémon FireRed & LeafGreen ~ Arrangement~01:01

Oak's Research Institute -Pokémon FireRed & LeafGreen ~ Arrangement~

Oak's Laboratory nanashima
Pokemon R B Y & Anime - Wild Pokemon Music Mashup (HQ)03:38

Pokemon R B Y & Anime - Wild Pokemon Music Mashup (HQ)

VS Kanto Wild Pokemon Pokeli
ORAS Style Pokémon FireRed and LeafGreen Battle! Legendary!02:22

ORAS Style Pokémon FireRed and LeafGreen Battle! Legendary!

VS Kanto Legendary Bird Pokemon CynthiaCelestic
Battle! Mega Mewtwo Z Pokémon X Y & Z Fanmade Remix05:08

Battle! Mega Mewtwo Z Pokémon X Y & Z Fanmade Remix

VS Legendary Mewtwo FL.REMIX
Pokemon R B Y & Anime - Trainer Battle Music Mashup (HQ)04:00

Pokemon R B Y & Anime - Trainer Battle Music Mashup (HQ)

VS Kanto Pokemon Trainer

Pokeli
Music Prediction Pokémon Kanto Remake Battle! Team Rocket Grunt!02:53

Music Prediction Pokémon Kanto Remake Battle! Team Rocket Grunt!

VS Team Rocket Grunt CynthiaCelestic
Pokémon BR WB - Vs Team Rocket Executive Black White Soundfont04:01

Pokémon BR WB - Vs Team Rocket Executive Black White Soundfont

VS Team Rocket Admin Archer 

Admin Ariana

Admin Blank

Mixeli
Pokemon BlazeRed & WaveBlue - Vs Team Rocket Trio !03:00

Pokemon BlazeRed & WaveBlue - Vs Team Rocket Trio !

VS Team Rocket Jessie & James Mixeli
Extended ORAS Style - Pokémon Origins R B G Y Battle! Giovanni!15:00

Extended ORAS Style - Pokémon Origins R B G Y Battle! Giovanni!

Vs Boss Team Rocket Giovanni

CynthiaCelestic
Rival Appears -Pokémon FireRed & LeafGreen ~ Arrangement~00:46

Rival Appears -Pokémon FireRed & LeafGreen ~ Arrangement~

First Rival Appear Nanashima
Battle! Trainer -Pokémon FireRed & LeafGreen ~ Arrangement~03:31

Battle! Trainer -Pokémon FireRed & LeafGreen ~ Arrangement~

VS First Rival Nanashima
Pokémon BR WB - Vs Rival Red Leaf ! "Low level" ! Black White Soundfont02:01

Pokémon BR WB - Vs Rival Red Leaf ! "Low level" ! Black White Soundfont

VS Second Rival Mixeli
Pokemon G S C - Vs Rival Silver Remix02:44

Pokemon G S C - Vs Rival Silver Remix

VS Third Rival Kamex
Battle! Gym Leader -Pokémon FireRed & LeafGreen ~ Arrangement-02:15

Battle! Gym Leader -Pokémon FireRed & LeafGreen ~ Arrangement-

VS Gym Leader 

nanashima
Music Prediction Pokémon Kanto Remake Battle! Elite Four! (XY Style)03:13

Music Prediction Pokémon Kanto Remake Battle! Elite Four! (XY Style)

VS Elite Fours CynthiaCelestic
Last Battle! Champion (Rival) -Pokémon FireRed & LeafGreen ~ Arrangement-03:31

Last Battle! Champion (Rival) -Pokémon FireRed & LeafGreen ~ Arrangement-

VS Champion nanashima
Pokemon G S C & Anime - Johto Wild Pokemon Music Mashup (HQ)02:20

Pokemon G S C & Anime - Johto Wild Pokemon Music Mashup (HQ)

VS Johto Wild Pokemon Pokéli
Pokemon G S C & Anime - Trainer Battle Music Mashup (HQ)02:30

Pokemon G S C & Anime - Trainer Battle Music Mashup (HQ)

VS Johto Trainer Pokeli
Pokemon Omega Ruby & Alpha Sapphire ORAS Johto Gym Leader Battle Remix02:25

Pokemon Omega Ruby & Alpha Sapphire ORAS Johto Gym Leader Battle Remix

VS Johto Gym Leader Bliitzit
Pokemon G S C & Anime - Champion Battle Music Mashup (HQ)-003:45

Pokemon G S C & Anime - Champion Battle Music Mashup (HQ)-0

VS Ultimate Trainer Pokeli
Pokemon DP PT & Remix - Champion Cynthia Battle Music Mashup (HQ)03:00

Pokemon DP PT & Remix - Champion Cynthia Battle Music Mashup (HQ)

VS Sinnoh Champion Cynthia Pokeli
Pokemon OR AS & Remix - Champion Steven & Wallace Battle Music Mashup (HQ)-144075831506:50

Pokemon OR AS & Remix - Champion Steven & Wallace Battle Music Mashup (HQ)-1440758315

VS Hoenn Champion Brendan Pokeli
Lavender Town Remix-006:08

Lavender Town Remix-0

VS The Buried Alive GlitchxCity
Pokémon R S E - Vs Elite four Black White Soundfont02:26

Pokémon R S E - Vs Elite four Black White Soundfont

VS Amiral Drake Mixeli
Pokemon Azurite Threatening Battle! Vs03:52

Pokemon Azurite Threatening Battle! Vs. Team Vitreus Admin

VS Creator BaptIce Electrcimudkip
Pokemon X Y & Remix - Champion Diantha Battle Music Mashup (HQ)-003:00

Pokemon X Y & Remix - Champion Diantha Battle Music Mashup (HQ)-0

VS Kalos Champion Diantha Pokeli
Pokemon OR AS & Remix - Lorekeeper Zinnia Battle Music Mashup (HQ)07:50

Pokemon OR AS & Remix - Lorekeeper Zinnia Battle Music Mashup (HQ)

VS Lorekeeper Zinnia Pokéli'
ORAS Style Pokémon Red, Blue, Green and Yellow Indigo Plateau04:38

ORAS Style Pokémon Red, Blue, Green and Yellow Indigo Plateau

Indigo Plateau and ??? CynthiaCelestic
ORAS Style Pokémon Red, Blue, Green and Yellow Silph Company-001:50

ORAS Style Pokémon Red, Blue, Green and Yellow Silph Company-0

Silphe Co. CynthiaCelestic
ORAS Style The Legend of Zelda - Ocarina of Time Ganon's Castle Tower03:24

ORAS Style The Legend of Zelda - Ocarina of Time Ganon's Castle Tower

SECRET CynthiaCelestic
ORAS Style Pokémon XD - Gale of Darkness Last Battle03:24

ORAS Style Pokémon XD - Gale of Darkness Last Battle

Music for a New character CynthiaCelestic
ORAS Style Pokémon Red, Blue, Green and Yellow S.S02:54

ORAS Style Pokémon Red, Blue, Green and Yellow S.S. Anne

S.S Anne CynthiaCelestic
ORAS Style Pokémon HeartGold and SoulSilver Sinjoh Ruins04:18

ORAS Style Pokémon HeartGold and SoulSilver Sinjoh Ruins

Sinjoh Ruins CynthiaCelestic
ORAS Style Pokémon Diamond, Pearl and Platinum Hall of Fame03:53

ORAS Style Pokémon Diamond, Pearl and Platinum Hall of Fame

Hall of Fame CynthiaCelestic
ORAS Style The Legend of Zelda - Skyward Sword The Sky02:43

ORAS Style The Legend of Zelda - Skyward Sword The Sky

Soaring in the sky Cynthia Celestic
Lavender Town -Pokémon FireRed & LeafGreen ~ Arrangement-03:00

Lavender Town -Pokémon FireRed & LeafGreen ~ Arrangement-

Lavender Town nanashima
ORAS Style The Legend of Zelda - The Wind Waker The Great Sea05:09

ORAS Style The Legend of Zelda - The Wind Waker The Great Sea

Surfing Theme v2 CynthiaCelestic
ORAS Style Pokémon Red, Blue, Green and Yellow Routes 24 and 2501:48

ORAS Style Pokémon Red, Blue, Green and Yellow Routes 24 and 25

Route 24 - 25 CynthiaCelestic
ORAS Style Pokémon Red, Blue, Green and Yellow Routes 3-10 and 16-2201:48

ORAS Style Pokémon Red, Blue, Green and Yellow Routes 3-10 and 16-22

Route 3 -10 -16 - 22 CynthiaCelestic
Viridian City -Pokémon FireRed & LeafGreen ~ Arrangement~02:16

Viridian City -Pokémon FireRed & LeafGreen ~ Arrangement~

Viridian City nanashima
Virdian Forest -Pokémon FireRed & LeafGreen ~ Arrangement~04:00

Virdian Forest -Pokémon FireRed & LeafGreen ~ Arrangement~

Viridian Forest nanashima
Pokemon Center -Pokémon FireRed & LeafGreen ~ Arrangement-01:31

Pokemon Center -Pokémon FireRed & LeafGreen ~ Arrangement-

Pokémon Center nanashima
Pokemon Gym -Pokémon FireRed & LeafGreen ~ Arrangement-01:16

Pokemon Gym -Pokémon FireRed & LeafGreen ~ Arrangement-

Pokémon Gym nanashima
Evolution -Pokémon FireRed & LeafGreen ~ Arrangement-01:01

Evolution -Pokémon FireRed & LeafGreen ~ Arrangement-

Evolution nanashima
Mt04:00

Mt. Moon -Pokémon FireRed & LeafGreen ~ Arrangement-

Mt Moon nanashima
Vermillion City -Pokémon FireRed & LeafGreen ~ Arrangement-01:46

Vermillion City -Pokémon FireRed & LeafGreen ~ Arrangement-

Vermilion City nanashima
Cycling -Pokémon FireRed & LeafGreen ~ Arrangement-01:31

Cycling -Pokémon FireRed & LeafGreen ~ Arrangement-

Cycling nanashima
Pokémon Tower -Pokémon FireRed & LeafGreen ~ Arrangement-02:30

Pokémon Tower -Pokémon FireRed & LeafGreen ~ Arrangement-

Pokémon Tower nanashima
Celadon City -Pokémon FireRed & LeafGreen ~ Arrangement-01:46

Celadon City -Pokémon FireRed & LeafGreen ~ Arrangement-

Celadon City nanashima
Game Corner -Pokémon FireRed & LeafGreen ~ Arrangement-01:46

Game Corner -Pokémon FireRed & LeafGreen ~ Arrangement-

Game Corner nanashima
Rocket Hideout -Pokémon FireRed & LeafGreen ~ Arrangement-03:00

Rocket Hideout -Pokémon FireRed & LeafGreen ~ Arrangement-

Rocket Hideout nanashima

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Langage

English Pokémon Yellow Gamma Yγ
German

Pokemon Yellow Gamma Yγ

French Pokemon Yellow Gamma Yγ
Spanish Pokemon Yellow Gamma Yγ
Italian Pokemon Yellow Gamma Yγ
Japan ポケモンイエローガンマ

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