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Mighty Tyranitar

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Mighty Tyranitar
だいちをまもるバンギラス
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Developer(s): (Unknown)
Publisher(s): Nintendo
Platform: e-Reader (Game Boy Advance)
Category: Animation
Players: 1
Predecessor: Unknown
Successor: Unknown
Copyrights: ©Game Freak, Nintendo, Creatures, Inc.
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Mighty Tyranitar is an e-Reader application/game in the Pokémon series. Featuring the Pokémon species Tyranitar, it requires five Pokémon Trading Cards from Aquapolis expansion; namely Tyranitar, Pupitar, Kangaskhan, Larvitar and Onix.

Gameplay[edit]

As a Tyranitar, the player must destroy boulders from a volcano with the move Hyper Beam to get a high-score. The rocks fall faster as the game progresses. The game ends after the player misses a rock.

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