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PokéPark: Tsuri Taikai DS

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PokéPark: Tsuri Taikai DS
ポケパーク 釣り大会DS
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Platform: Nintendo DS
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May 10, 2005-September 25, 2005

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PokéPark: Tsuri Taikai DS (literally PokéPark: Fishing Rally DS) was a DS Download Play title and fishing-based Pokémon series game, where the player could catch a variety of Pokémon.

The game was only available at PokéPark, Pokémon Center stores and at Pokémon Festa between May 10, 2005 to September 25, 2005 using DS Download Play. The game disappears after powering off the Nintendo DS system and can only be played with a 12 hour time limit.

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