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Pokémon Dash

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Pokémon Dash
ポケモンダッシュ
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Developer(s): Ambrella
Publisher(s): Nintendo
Platform: Nintendo DS
Category: Racing
Players: 1
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Copyrights: N/A
Release dates
N. America:

March 14, 2005

Japan:

December 2, 2004

Europe:

March 11, 2005

Australia:

April 7, 2005

S. Korea:

March 22, 2007

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Pokémon Dash is a game in the Pokémon series released for the Nintendo DS.


Blurb[edit]

Become the Pokémon Dash Grand Prix Champion! Make tracks as you put Pikachu through its paces around the course. Race against the clock and other Pokémon rivals passing the checkpoints as you head toward the goal. Fast-Action Fun!

Race your rivals! - You can race as Pikachu in a whole new way using the stylus slide-action to reach the goal in record time. Don't be beaten by your rivals!

Meet Munchlax! - It's a mad dash racing against rival Pokémon. Don't be surprised when you run across an unfamiliar face. Meet Munchlax, the pre-evolved form of Snorlax.

Connect for more courses! - Hook up with Game Boy Advance Pokémon versions: Ruby, Sapphire, Firered, Leafgreen, and Emerald to create new courses in the shape of your GBA Pokémon!

Up to six players can compete using their own Pokémon Dash Game Card!

Gameplay[edit]

Unlike the core Pokémon games, Pokémon Dash is a racing game featuring Pikachu as the player and various other Pokémon, including the (at the time) new Pokémon belonging to the succeeding generation (Generation IV) Munchlax.

The game includes support for the Generation III core games Pokémon Ruby and Sapphire Versions, Pokémon FireRed and LeafGreen Versions and Pokémon Emerald Version. By having these games in the Game Boy Advance slot of a Nintendo DS or Nintendo DS Lite, the player can create a course shaped like a Pokémon the player has in that game.

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