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Pokémon: Generations is a free, unofficial, 3D Action/Adventure/RPG heavily inspired by both the Pokemon Anime & the Pokemon Video Games. The game will contain both single and multiplayer aspects, along with a story bridging the gap between RBY & GSC.

As progress continues, updates will be available on the game's launcher. If you're interested in helping the project, please note that we're only interested for asset gatherers/creators, however all support is both greatly appreciated and highly motivating, and we're grateful for it.

We'll be updating this page regularly with news, patches, and media, but if you really want to stay in the loop, we suggest that you join our forums.

Also, Mac users can find ports of the latest versions at this link. You'll have to use StuffitExpander in order to extract the contents, but you should be able to play from there.

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PS: Buy Nintendo's PKMN games. They are awesome and support the awesome people who introduced us to Pokemon in the first place. We don't deserve any money, but they sure as hell do.

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Yo! So as we're getting back in the swing of things, I've noticed what tends to gobble up a lot of the team's time - animating. We're looking to primarily cover the Kanto region here, so that's 151 Pokemon to have fully animated and put in-game. The putting in-game part I can do, but the animations on the other hand... well, we'd like some help.

I've gotten loads of requests for positions on this front, so I know a handful of you are interested, and that's perfectly fine! We're essentially looking for some folks who can take a single Pokemon, rig it, and animate it. Should you be chosen, either Skatter, Zielan, or myself will send you a list containing ALL animations required for said Pokemon, along with descriptions for the majority explaining what we expect to see. You'd be looking at about 1000 frames worth of animation, spreading across roughly 60-80 individual animations.

After some discussion with the team, it looks like there will be an average of 60 animations per Pokemon. Note that these are ALL animations that each Pokemon will use, so once it's done, it's done. This includes every move available to them, not just four. I'm pointing this out because I want everyone to be clear on the amount of work it'll require.

Now we're only looking for people seriously interested in helping out by doing the following:

  1. Can work well with the animation tools provided in either Maya, Blender or 3DS Max.
  2. Knows how to rig using either bones or bipeds.
  3. Has a decent understanding of IK chains and morph targets (optional).
  4. Can improve/edit models to fit rigging needs if necessary.
  5. Can complete at least one assigned Pokemon within a month.
  6. Can accept and apply constructive criticism from either the forums or IRC, or both.

Nothing too major here, but we'd truly only like those who can commit to a specific Pokemon and deliver with the same quality matched by the ones currently in games. To be sure of this, we're asking that anybody who's interested email pokegentokes@gmail.com with an example of their capabilities. be it a simple clip of animation or a full-fledged demo reel.

If you're accepted, you will be emailed back inquiring as to which Pokemon you'd like to animate, what we have available, how fast you can do it, and the animations required. Apologies for the formalities, but I just want to be clear that we're taking this semi-seriously, so only email if you are certain you can meet the demands of the project.We'll do our best to answer any questions you may have either on Mod DB or the forums (wherever you're reading this). Hopefully with your guys' help, we can make the best Pokemon fan-game to date! Happy animating!

UPDATE:
Glad to see so many responses so far! We've started responding to the folks that reached out, so expect an email soon if we're interested in your skills!

One thing I ask from future applicants is that you submit your examples of animation as a YouTube video. Unfortunately, we won't be responding to you unless you have an example of work that meets the standards we're looking for. Lucky for you, that's not too high a bar to reach at all!

Anyhow, thank you to all that are helping out. It's a daunting task, but we'll get there eventually!

PS: If you're looking to send your example a little more personally, feel free to hop onto the PokeGen IRC and we'll take a look.

Release Notes - 12/1/2013

Release Notes - 12/1/2013

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It's been quite the wait, and I commend anybody that's stuck around this long. Unfortunately, this update doesn't contain anything too substantial, but...

Hiatus After Dec. 1st

Hiatus After Dec. 1st

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Yo! Unfortunately, PokeGen is going to have to slow down quite substantially after the December 1st update.

Change of Pace - Updates Rescheduled

Change of Pace - Updates Rescheduled

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Yo Pokemon fans! We'll be making a few changes regarding the game's development.

Release Notes - 8/30/2013

Release Notes - 8/30/2013

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Preparations are being made for evolution, and a new Pokemon has been added along with many new GUI additions!

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PokeGen v.2 - Launcher

PokeGen v.2 - Launcher

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This here is the launcher for PokeGen. All future updates will be available through this .exe. For a full guide on using the launcher, visit the tutorials...

PokeGen v.1

PokeGen v.1

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First release of Pokemon Generations. Battle your friends with Charmander and Pikachu! More updates on the way!

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Disclaimer.
(As a warning/notice to save a lot of people a piece of mind for before anyone who plans to (or has) commentate asking "Where is Pokegen?!?" Plsss work on this again," "How do i download/play this? This is not meant to offend anyone in the slightest."

Look;

The game's been down & canceled for idk... 4 years now... and by this amount of time i'm pretty sure Xatoku (& his team) moved on. (and hell, in that amount of time he probably just forgot or laid this to rest completely.)

It also didn't help in the time they worked on this. they had to deal with dumb **** from Nintendo/Game freak trying to **** them over due to the licencing and DMCA **** (Yes they were just as ruthless as ever even back then, to now.)

... from what i can remember.. The creator also DID want to keep working on this, even when it was getting to the point of canceled. but this project took large time cuts and chunks. He was also starting to loose motivation and drive for the project. (Maybe the hatius explains this? ... idk i'm too lazy to dig through comments for that **** again right now.)

Honestly, I don't know why anyone is surprised you cant play the game anyways, since you need to connect to the creators site host where it downloads the game. (The client has to do this so it can install it.) Its been 4 years; he canceled it. so from what i could tell bandwidth probably shut that site down automatically or it literally just died from drying out too long.

Anyways so. That's (most likely or probably) why this game will probably never be continued, or re-ensued development, and why it is unplayable now. The creator has moved on, enjoying life while he can.

So why don't you guys cut yourselves a break?
Go on and move on to better and bigger things than this.


P.S.
i am not one of the admins or developers. i'm just giving some insight since i included was one of the people who awaited this game in early stages. and i knew a bit of what happened and whats going on.)

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Please open the sever for this again and allow us to play it. Pokémon needs an example for their next game on the switch. Imagine this game in a breath of the wild type setting and certain outfits to allow you to climb cliffs and dive underwater. Imagine walking into an open desert and then a giant tyranitar bursts out of the ground (reference steppe talos) and you have to battle it or try to escape on your own. You stumble into a cave and find a mini boss Pokémon that helps you along your way with your end goal in mind. You must restore civility and society to each town you visit and create a new region by bonding Pokémon and human together again after a hard fought war that tore the region apart.

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a good example of dmca would be nice

not to rain on your parade or anything but if nintendo or gamefreak saw a game like this they'd destroy it in a split second. (or be even more cruel and kill it once people finish their work)

Remember Pokemon Prism? yea lets not have that happen again.

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