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Pokémon Dream World

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Pokémon Dream World
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Developer(s): The Pokémon Company
Publisher(s): The Pokémon Company
Platform: Browser (interaction with Nintendo DS)
Category: Simulation/Minigames
Players: Single player (online)
Predecessor: (None)
Successor: (None)
Release dates
Worldwide: September 18, 2010 (closed following day, reopened October 13, 2010
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Pokémon Dream World was an online browser game part of the Pokémon Global Link service, which would interact with Pokémon Black and White Versions, Pokémon Black 2 and White 2 Versions.


The player would tuck in a Pokémon to sleep, allowing the player to access the Dream World and the Pokémon on the Internet. There, the player could plant Berries and play many minigames with various Pokémon, allowing them to be befriended and sent to the Tree of Dreams at the end of a path.

Originally when the Pokémon Dream World was released, servers experienced heavy traffic, so safeguards were put in place to prevent this, such as a maximum stay of one hour per day and a restriction on the number of people playing at once.

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