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Pokemon Green Version
Although it is commonly believed that the first releases in the Pokemon series were Pokemon Red and Pokemon Blue, the Blue version of the game actually made its debut under a different title and was known as Pokemon Green. The games were originally released in Japan as "Pocket Monsters Red" and "Pocket Monsters Green". Due to numerous glitches and bugs in these original versions of the game, they were amended and re-released as the more commonly known Red and Blue versions. Many of the sprites were also changed and there were some slight changes to the locations of wild Pokemon . These updated versions were later released in America and Europe, therefore the Green version was never released outside of Japan. Interestingly enough, when the games were remade and updated for the Game Boy Advance, Nintendo decided to reference the Green version rather than the Blue, and the new games were released as Pokemon FireRed and LeafGreen. One of the many glitches in the original Japanese releases of the game consisted of finding Pokemon in the wild that were only supposed to be obtainable at certain later stages in the game.
Pokemon - Crystal Version
Pokemon Crystal is the enhanced version of Pokemon Gold and Pokemon Silver. Pokemon Crystal adds new story elements, choice of...
Pokemon - Yellow Version
Pokémon Yellow is based off of its Red/Blue version counterparts and puts players in a character based on Ash Ketchum from the...
Pokemon - Silver Version
In Pokemon Silver you must explore the regions of Johto and Kanto in your quest to catch all 251 pokemon.
Pokemon Red version and Blue version were the initial two releases in the Pokemon series. You play as Red, a Pokemon trainer...
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Cook (SimBurgerKing) is a very simple game. Press the button that is represented by the icon onscreen.
Crazy zone is a homebrew game by Tomas Rychnovsky that feature two extremely hard levels of insane crazy platforming action.
Fatlickers is a cute reworking of the classic Whack-a-mole formula. Just move your mallet between the four holes using the...
Shoot your way through the levels to defeat the end boss in this classic top down arcade game.