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Old December 26th, 2008, 01:10 AM
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Join Date: Sep 2008
Location: Johto
Age: 20
Gender: Male
Nature: Relaxed
You are a pokemon watcher, and you have just started out on your pokemon journey. Professor Oak has requested that you scout the newly discovered land for new pokemon. This land is called Rennoh(?), and, equipped with your sketchbook, you embark on a journey that will bring you fame as the greatest pokemon watcher.
You must battle most pokemon to obtain a picture of it, gaining money from professor oak when a picture is completed. When in a battle, use your sketchbook after the wild pokemon's attack to draw its picture.
it will be like catching a pokemon but with your sketchbook and it will say sketched a rattata! or something and then will say adding sketch to album instead of adding rattatas data to the pokedex.

Pokedex's image will be edited to a sketchbook.
Your bag will be a messenger bag.
Each pokemon will have two or three versions of it such as its 'shiny' looking exactly the same and using a different technique to make a different sketch of it in the album. The pokemon will only know one move but you will be able to teach it its regular moves when you catch it.

You can still catch the pokemon.
Some pokemon will require you to use your pokeflute or ocarina to awaken it or recieve its attention.
Tell me what you think of it as a continuation of pokemon snap from nintendo 64.
ignore my sig: has nothing to do with this.
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Old December 26th, 2008, 01:17 AM
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The overall idea is okay, but I really don't think you should be using the core of a Pokémon RPG engine to use this, why not develop an engine for a snap game, and use that? It would make it feel more legitimate.

No offense.
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Old December 26th, 2008, 01:20 AM
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Join Date: Sep 2008
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Age: 20
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new engine?
i dont know how to do that and have no experience with it. How hard is it?
will i be able to find a tutorial anywhere?
any explanation of what an engine does?
thanks for your reply.
looking foward to many others in the future.

finished pokemon snap for the third time about ten minutes ago.Again.
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