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Pokémon: Generations is a 3D Action/Adventure/RPG heavily inspired by both the Pokemon Anime & the Pokemon Video Games.
A general playguide for Pokemon Generations. Detailed for less experienced users walking through various aspects of what the current playable build of Pokemon Generations offers.
Posted by Skattastrophe on Feb 2nd, 2013 Page 1 of 5
At this screen, you'll find a few options:
Single Player gives you the option to test out your moves against dummy pokemon. In the future, these will be replaced by AI, and more advanced features will be added. To access Single Player, click the single player box.
For Multiplayer, you'll want to pick a name, preferably the name used here to make you easier for others to identify! Simply type your name into the box here:
Start Server is for users wishing to host a game of pokegen and have other players join in. To host a server, you'll want to know your Public IP Address so that you can give it to other players so they can join you!Your IP, coming from the link above, will look something like this (the asterisks will be numbers) :
Connect to Server is for players looking to join a game hosted by another person. Once someone who has started a server gives you their IP address, simply type it in this box:
Then hit Connect to Server
You can also opt to turn off or turn back on the background music here, using the music button:
Now that you know how to jump into pokegen, let's look at some other options.First, the Trainer Select option.Here, you can choose to play as either the default Red, Blue, or a spectator, which can watch matches without UI elements getting in the way.Simply select the one that matches your choice before connecting to Single Player or a Server, by pressing the corresponding button here:
Pokemon Selection is next.While normally new trainers will receive their first pokemon from a professor, such as Oak, we didn't want to make you wait until Pallet Town and much of Route 1 were finished before trying pokegen for yourself!Simply select between the default Pikachu or Charmander before connecting to Single Player or a Server, by pressing the corresponding button here:
Now, once you've selected your options and connected to either a server or single player mode, you can begin walking with W, A, S, and D keys, and look around with the mouse. A wild CHARMANDER appeared!