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Pokémon Fan Remakes Gold/Silver into a 3D RPG: Hint Hint, Game Freak

by Lambert Varias
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Last year we looked at a fan made Pokémon mod for Minecraft. Pokémon 3D might be better than that. Currently in development by another Poké fan named Nils Drescher aka Nilllzz, the game is a 3D recreation of Pokémon Gold/Silver. Players can go around Johto and meet its residents face to blocky face in first- or third-person, and of course pit monsters against each other.

pokemon 3d first person fan game by nilllzz

Below is a brief video showcasing the game world as it appears now. You can skip to about 2:29 in the video to see a Pokémon battle:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7skfPPjF-8A

Here’s a more in-depth look at the game courtesy of YouTuber Valkenhyne:

You can download the latest version of Pokémon 3D from Indie DB or Google Docs. Unfortunately for Nintendo fans, the game is for Windows PCs only. I highly suggest that you read Nilllzz’s blog – or at least his blog’s About page – so you can learn more about the game’s current features and possible fixes.

[via Kotaku]

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