Pokémon Snap 64: Pokemon List-wisegamer

by Marcos Paulo Vilela
Pokémon Snap 64: Pokemon List

Pokémon Snap 64-Baixar ROM

In Pokémon Snap for Nintendo 64, players embark on a thrilling photography adventure to capture stunning pictures of various Pokémon in their natural habitats.

Throughout the game, players encounter a diverse array of Pokémon, each posing unique challenges to capture the perfect shot. Here is a list of Pokémon featured in Pokémon Snap for Nintendo 64:

  1. Bulbasaur
  2. Charmander
  3. Squirtle
  4. Pikachu
  5. Sandshrew
  6. Growlithe
  7. Diglett
  8. Meowth
  9. Psyduck
  10. Arcanine
  11. Machop
  12. Geodude
  13. Magnemite
  14. Grimer
  15. Shellder
  16. Cloyster
  17. Gastly
  18. Onix
  19. Drowzee
  20. Hypno
  21. Krabby
  22. Kingler
  23. Voltorb
  24. Electrode
  25. Exeggcute
  26. Exeggutor
  27. Cubone
  28. Marowak
  29. Hitmonlee
  30. Hitmonchan
  31. Lickitung
  32. Koffing
  33. Weezing
  34. Rhyhorn
  35. Rhydon
  36. Chansey
  37. Tangela
  38. Kangaskhan
  39. Horsea
  40. Seadra
  41. Goldeen
  42. Seaking
  43. Staryu
  44. Starmie
  45. Mr. Mime
  46. Scyther
  47. Jynx
  48. Electabuzz
  49. Magmar
  50. Pinsir
  51. Tauros
  52. Magikarp
  53. Gyarados
  54. Lapras
  55. Ditto
  56. Eevee
  57. Vaporeon
  58. Jolteon
  59. Flareon
  60. Porygon
  61. Omanyte
  62. Omastar
  63. Kabuto
  64. Kabutops
  65. Aerodactyl
  66. Snorlax
  67. Articuno
  68. Zapdos
  69. Moltres
  70. Dratini
  71. Dragonair
  72. Dragonite
  73. Mewtwo
  74. Mew

As you venture through the different environments and regions in Pokémon Snap, keep your camera ready and snap amazing shots of these beloved Pokémon. Happy photographing!

Pokémon Snap 64: Pokemon List

Pokémon Snap 64-Baixar ROM

Pokémon Snap (Japanese: ポケモンスナップ Pokémon Snap) is a spin-off Pokémon game for the Nintendo 64. It was released in Japan on March 21, 1999, in North America on June 30, 1999, in Australia on March 23, 2000, and in Europe on September 15, 2000.

It was released on Virtual Console for Wii in Japan on December 4, 2007, in North America on December 10, 2007, in Australia on December 11, 2007, and in Europe on December 11, 2007; it was released on Virtual Console for Wii U in Japan on April 6, 2016, in Europe on August 18, 2016, in Australia on August 19, 2016, and in North America on January 5, 2017; it was released on Nintendo 64 – Nintendo Switch Online application for Nintendo Switch worldwide on June 24, 2022. The Wii Virtual Console was discontinued on January 30, 2019, and the Wii U Virtual Console was discontinued on March 27, 2023.

In Pokémon Snap, the famous Pokémon Researcher Professor Oak is studying Pokémon on Pokémon Island, and invites Todd Snap, a talented young photographer, to assist in his research. The only current inhabitants of Pokémon Island are wild Pokémon, making it the perfect place to study Pokémon in their natural habitat. Whereas a Trainer may not be able to resist catching the wild Pokémon of the island, Todd’s photography skills may equally aid in the Professor’s research to complete his Pokémon Report.

Rather than catching and training Pokémon, the goal is to explore Pokémon Island and photograph its inhabitant Pokémon. Travel is restricted to tracks designed for the ZERO-ONE, and Todd’s equipment includes his camera, apple-shaped Pokémon food, Pester Balls to knock out or stun Pokémon, and a Poké Flute to wake sleeping Pokémon. Some of these items Todd gains further into his journey, as well as earning the Dash Engine to increase the speed of the ZERO-ONE.

This game was also adapted into a novel for the Pathways to Adventure series in 1999. A sequel, New Pokémon Snap, was released for the Nintendo Switch on April 30, 2021.

Pokémon Snap 64: Pokemon List

Pokémon Snap 64-Baixar ROM


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