Top 20 Ambrella Games
Pokémon Rumble World is a freemium Nintendo 3DS game released in most regions on April 8, 2015. The game is free to download, but features in-game microtransactions. The game features all 719 species of Pokémon, as well as Mega Evolution and Primal Kyogre and Groudon. It is the fourth entry in the Pokémon Rumble series.
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After a mishap in the Toy Pokémon Shop, a few Pokémon capsules are swept down a river and washed up on a strange riverbank. Our heroes set out to find their way back to the Toy Pokémon Shop. Along the way our heroes discover all is not right.
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Pokemon Rumble Blast, the first Pokemon game created exclusively for the Nintendo 3DS system, is an action-packed Pokemon adventure in 3D! Battle against waves of opponents, connect and play with friends, and collect more than 600 different Toy Pokemon!
As you advance through each stage in Pokemon Rumble Blast, your Toy Pokemon will face dozens of Pokemon at once in fast and furious real-time battles! You'll also run into giant Boss Pokemon, whose massive size and strength will make them especially tough to defeat and who can become powerful allies if you're lucky!
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Hey you, Pokémon fanatic! Have you ever wanted to control your very own Pokémon? Now you can with HEY YOU, PIKACHU! for the Nintendo 64. It's as simple as speaking into the microphone that connects to your controller. If Pikachu understands you, he'll respond. The little yellow pocket monster has a vocabulary of approximately 200 words, and Professor Oak is even on hand to train you in the ways of creature communication. Wake up Pikachu each day by shouting "Good Morning!" and decide what games to play and activities to engage in. You can play Pokémon trivia on the in-game TV, gather food, hunt for treasure, collect seemingly endless goodies, go fishing, baby-sit Caterpie, and much more. You'll also play a variety of mini-games while guiding Pikachu along with friendly commands. As you bond and converse with your cartoon pal you'll investigate the Ochre Woods, head for the campground, check out Bulbasaur's picnic, and even solve clever puzzles. HEY YOU, PIKACHU! is an interactive romp that gives the younger set a chance to get up close and personal with their favorite Pokémon character.
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Pokémon Channel, released in Japan as Pokémon Channel ~Together with Pikachu!~ (ポケモンチャンネル ～ピカチュウといっしょ！～ Pokemon Channeru ~Pikachū to Issho!~?), is a 2003 video game in the Pokémon series for the GameCube, developed by Ambrella and published by Nintendo and The Pokémon Company. The player's goal is to help Professor Oak refine and promote his TV network through watching broadcasts with a Pikachu. The game contains elements of the adventure, digital pet, and simulation genres. The player can explore full 3D environments, have Pikachu converse with other Pokémon, and collect various items.
The game was developed rather quickly as a sequel to the Nintendo 64 title Hey You, Pikachu! and to promote the Nintendo e-Reader accessory, and uses a novel 3D texturing effect. It was first showcased at Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3) 2003 and later through a month-long series of promotional events in Sapporo, Hokkaido, Japan. It was released on July 18, 2003, in Japan, December 1 in North America, and April 2, 2004, in Europe. In Japan, the game sold 66,373 copies in its first year. It received mixed reviews, which generally criticized its low level of interactivity and repetitive sound effects, though its collecting aspects and visuals were somewhat better received.
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The Pokémon phenomenon debuts on WiiWare with My Pokémon Ranch, a game that lets you watch as Pokémon and Miis interact with each other for the first time. Enjoy the relaxing ranch life by viewing your ranch and its Pokémon, taking pictures and sending those pictures to your friends via the Wii Message Board. The more Pokémon and Miis you bring to your ranch, the more fun it becomes.
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In Pokémon Dash, you'll control Pikachu and race against other Pokémon. Use the DS's touch screen to adjust Pikachu's direction and speed. Off the course, Pikachu can cross water terrain by riding on Lapras' back and fly using a hot-air balloon.