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Game Details:

Developer: Creatures, Inc.
Publisher: Nintendo
Platform: Nintendo Wii
Release Date(s): December 5, 2009 (JPN), July 9, 2010 (EUR), November 1st, 2010 (USA)
Mode(s): Single Player
Rating(s): CERO: A (JPN), PEGI: 3 (EUR), ESRB: E (USA), OFLC: G (AUS)
Controller(s): WiiMote, Nunchuck
Extra Contents: PokéPark Main Page, Trial of Strength, PokéPark Areas, Attractions, Items, Passwords, PokéPark Pad Dex


Attractions are scattered throughout the PokéPark world and vary in difficultly and controls. Only certain type Pokémon can participate in some of the events and players must unlock playable Pokémon in the main world by becoming friends with them after completing a Trial of Strength.

Game Description Pokémon in Attraction Picture
Blaziken's Boulder Bash
Bursyamo's Punching Rock
Shake the Wii Remote in a timely fashion as large rocks come flying! Pikachu, Geodude, Phanpy, Blaziken, Garchomp, Scizor, Magmortar, Hitmonchan, Machamp, Marowak, Farfetch'd, Cranidos, Camerupt, Bastiodon, Mawile, Groudon
Empoleon's Snow Slide
Emperte's Snow Slider
Players race against the clock in a time attack challenge in the snow and ice! Pikachu, Teddiursa, Magikarp, Empoleon, Glaceon, Blastoise, Glalie, Lapras, Delibird, Piloswine, Prinplup, Squirtle, Piplup, Quagsire, Spheal, Suicune
Dusknoir's Speed Slam
Yonoir's Running Crash
An obstacle course that requires many Pokémon to plow through the hazards. Ghost Pokémon have a large advantage in this attraction as they can go right through the obstacles. Pikachu, Stunky, Gengar, Mismagius, Scizor, Espeon, Dusknoir, Umbreon, Cranidos, Skuntank, Voltorb, Gastly, Duskull, Misdreavus, Krabby, Darkrai
Bastiodon's Blck Barrage
Trideps' Panel Crash
To hit the ball at the panel to score points! The ball speed keeps on getting faster and faster! Pikachu, Sableye, Meowth, Torchic, Electivire, Magmortar, Hitmonlee, Ursaring, Mr. Mime, Raichu, Sudowoodo, Charmander, Gible, Magby, Chimchar, Metagross
Absol's Hurdle Bounce
Absol's Hurdle Succession
Jump the hurdles as fast as you can! Watch out for Dugtrio who randomly appears and acts as another obstacle. Pikachu, Chikorita, Absol, Lucario, Ponyta, Ninetales, Lopunny, Espeon, Infernape, Breloom, Riolu, Furret, Mareep, Eevee, Vulpix, Shaymin
Rhyperior’s Bumper Burn
Dosaidon' Heat Up Fight
Pokémon battle in a ring arena and the objective is to knock the Pokémon outside of the ring to get points. The point multiplier increase the longer the player stays in the ring. Pikachu, Magnemite, Rhyperior, Tyranitar, Hitmontop, Flareon, Venusaur, Snorlax, Torterra, Magnezone, Claydol, Quilava, Torkoal, Baltoy, Bonsly, Heatran
Salamence’s Air Ace
Bohmander's Super Sky Race
Players use flying Pokémon to hit as many targets as they can as they go by. Pikachu, Salamence, Charizard, Dragonite, Flygon, Aerodactyl, Staraptor, Honchkrow, Gliscor, Pidgeotto, Togekiss, Golbat, Taillow, Murkrow, Zubat, Latios
Bulbasaur’s Daring Dash
Fushigidane's Foot Race
Players race against 6 Pokémon as the players shake the Wii Remote as fast as they can to increase the running speed of the Pokémon. First Pokémon across the finish line is the winner. Pikachu, Chimchar, Treecko, Bidoof, Turtwig, Bulbasaur, Oddish, Shroomish, Munchlax, Bonsly, Lotad, Weedle, Caterpie, Magikarp, Jolteon, Arcanine, Leafeon, Scyther, Ponyta, Shinx, Eevee, Pachirisu, Buneary, Croagunk, Mew
Venusaur’s Vine Swing
Fushigibana's Rope Swinging
Pokémon hold onto a rope and swing around until it builds up enough speed and the player lets it go to see how far the Pokémon goes. Pikachu, Magikarp, Munchlax, Blaziken, Infernape, Lucario, Primeape, Tangrowth, Ambipom, Croagunk, Mankey, Aipom, Chimchar, Treecko, Pachirisu, Jirachi
Rotom's Spooky Shoot-'em-Up
Rotom's Pulse Shoot System
The players Pokémon shoots as many pulses as possible towards the incoming ghost Pokémon before they managed to confuse the players Pokémon ending the game. Pikachu, Magnemite, Rotom, Porygon-Z, Magnezone, Gengar, Magmortar, Electivire, Mismagius, Claydol, Electabuzz, Haunter, Abra, Elekid, Mr. Mime, Baltoy, Rotom
Pelipper's Circle Circuit
Pelipper's Sky Flap Race
Flying Pokémon attempt to fly through as many rings as they can before they reach the finish of the course. Players get 10 points for each Yellow ring, 100 Points for each Red and 1000 points for a Multi-Coloured ring. Pikachu, Latias, Staraptor, Togekiss, Honchkrow, Gliscor, Pelipper, Staravia, Pidgeotto, Butterfree, Tropius, Murkrow, Taillow, Spearow, Starly, Wingull, Latias
Rayquaza's Balloon Panic
This is the last attraction to be unlocked and it features the legendary Pokémon Rayquaza. The player tries to keep their Pokémon on the course as Rayquaza body rotates around. Players try to get as many rings before they reach the target area. Once at the target area, the player tries to hit as many good targets before the time expires. Pikachu, Lucario, Glaceon, Luxray, Mamoswine, Infernape, Floatzel, Rhyperior, Absol, Breloom, Mareep, Cyndaquil, Totodile, Chikorita, Mime Jr., Deoxys
Tangrowth's Swing-Along
Mojumbo's Swing Race
Pokémon swing on a rope and try to time it so that they are able to catch the next rope until they reach the finish line. The first one to the finish line is the winner. Pikachu, Meowth, Pichu, Celebi, Lucario, Infernape, Blaziken, Riolu, Sneasel, Raichu, Ambipom, Primeape, Aipom, Electabuzz, Chimchar, Croagunk, Celebi
Gyarados’s Aqua Dash
Gyarados' Marine Slider
Pokémon race around a water course as fast as they can while going through flags to speed up Pikachu, Psyduck, Azurill, Slowpoke, Empoleon, Floatzel, Feraligatr, Golduck, Vaporeon, Prinplup, Bibarel, Buizel, Corsola, Piplup, Manaphy, Lotad.

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