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Pokémon Snap

Developers: HAL Laboratory, Pax Softnica
Publisher: Nintendo
Platform: Nintendo 64
Released in JP: March 21, 1999
Released in US: June 30, 1999
Released in EU: September 25, 2000

This game has unused graphics.
This game has regional differences.
This game has revisional differences.

This game has a prototype article
This game has a prerelease article

The Virtual Console on the Nintendo Wii is a fantastic service allowing Wii owners to buy many '80s and '90s games from early-generation systems, including the NES and SNES - and even the Sega Genesis! It is a great way to experience classic games for the first time or relive some of gaming's finest moments. Nintendo Download: Pokemon Snap. We're just a week away from the second Switch reveal, but for now, here's what's happening on Nintendo's legacy console and peppy portable. On Wii U, Pokemon.

This page is rather stubbly and could use some expansion.
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Pokémon Snap is a first-person photography game featuring 63 of the 151 original Pokémon where you can (as the name of the game implies) snap pictures of said Pokémon on the imaginatively named 'Pokémon Island'.

This game is mainly remembered nowadays for the fact that for a time you could have your pictures printed out on stickers when going to participating Blockbuster Video outlets (or Toys R Us stores in Australia). CHAAAAAAAAA!

To do:
Add information about a potential debug save menu found by fkualol: '801340E8 = pointer for different menus, set to 8012AA24 for debug save menu?'
  • 4Revisional Differences

Unused Graphics

The kanji symbol (仮) for 'Temporary', obviously just a placeholder graphic.

Japanese text saying 'Start Game', still present in the US version.

Crash Debugger

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  • When you entered the code correctly (see below)

  • 1st page

  • 2nd page

This game has a crash debugger. To open it, crash the game in some way, then enter this button code:

  • Z + R + L
  • D-Up + C-Up
  • A + D-Left
  • B + D-Right
  • D-Down + C-Down

Press Z + R + L to scroll through the pages. Oddly enough, unlike the identical iterations of the crash debugger in Kirby 64: The Crystal Shards and Super Smash Bros., the routine that would display the third page is missing in this game. This has the effect of crashing the crash debugger (ironically) once you reach the second page, which means that only the registers and the stack trace are viewable.

Regional Differences

To do:
More.

As in most other Pokémon games featuring voiced cries, most Pokémon appearing in the game had their voices changed to match the English dub of the anime. However, some Pokémon did not have their voiced cries changed, because at the time of the game's release these certain Pokémon did not have an English dub voice. The Pokémon who did not not have their voiced cries changed include Metapod, Diglett, Dugtrio, Pidgey, Psyduck, and Porygon.

Japan
International

'CAMERA CHECK' has a different font, Bulbasaur was lightened and moved up and to the right, and the grey texture was slightly touched up in the international versions.

Japan
International

Once again the font is different, and the corners of the red frame were darkened in the international versions.

Japan
International

The Pokémon Report sign was given bolts, a different texture, a blue frame, and glowing text in the international versions.

Revisional Differences

Virtual Console Changes

Snap was the first Pokémon game released on the Virtual Console, and one of the first Virtual Console games to have modifications to the original ROM. Nintendo modding, go figure.

Send to the Wii Message Board

Once per day, the player can send one of the photos they took to the Wii Message Board by going to the gallery, choosing a picture, and then pressing - (Minus) on the Classic Controller or (if using a GameCube controller) the first player's Wii Remote.

While this mimics the Snap Stations that were available when the game was released, it only really meant something if the player had a lot of people on their friend list to send photos to, and the termination of the WiiConnect24 service as well as the Wii U's Wii Mode omitting the WiiConnect24 features has rendered this feature utterly pointless.

Jynx

Original
Virtual Console

Jynx's face was changed from black to purple in order to match with the Pokémon's modern design, which had to be changed due to the original's unfortunate resemblance to a person wearing blackface. Oddly enough, its hands are still black.

The Pokémon series
Generation IRed, Green, & Blue • Yellow
Hey You, Pikachu! • Trading Card Game • Pinball • Picross
Snap (Demo) • Stadium (Japan) • Stadium (International) • Puzzle League • PokéROM
Generation IIGold & Silver (Prototypes) • Crystal (Prototypes)
Card GB2 • Puzzle Challenge • Pinball Mini • Stadium 2 (International)
Suuji o Tsukamaeyou!
Generation IIIRuby & Sapphire (German Ruby Debug Version) • FireRed & LeafGreen (Prototype) • Emerald (Prototype)
Mystery Dungeon: Red Rescue Team & Blue Rescue Team
Pinball: Ruby & Sapphire • Channel • Colosseum • XD • Trozei! • Ranger • Dash
Masters Arena • Team Turbo • Poké Ball Launcher
Generation IVDiamond & Pearl (Prototypes) • Platinum • HeartGold & SoulSilver • Battle Revolution • My Pokémon Ranch
Mystery Dungeon: Explorers of Darkness & Time • Mystery Dungeon: Explorers of Sky • Ranger: Shadows of Almia • Ranger: Guardian Signs
PokéPark Wii: Pikachu's Adventure • Rumble
Generation VBlack & White • Black 2 & White 2
Trading Card Game Online • Learn with Pokémon: Typing Adventure • Conquest • Mystery Dungeon: Gates to Infinity
Pokédex 3D • Rumble U
Generation VIX & Y • Omega Ruby & Alpha Sapphire
Bank & Transporter • Shuffle • Super Mystery Dungeon
Pokkén Tournament (Wii U) • GO
Generation VIISun & Moon • Ultra Sun & Ultra Moon • Let's Go, Pikachu! & Let's Go, Eevee!
Detective Pikachu • Magikarp Jump
Generation VIIISword & Shield (Prototypes)
HOME (iOS/Android) • Mystery Dungeon: Rescue Team DX (Prototype)
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Pokémon Snap

Developers: HAL Laboratory, Pax Softnica
Publisher: Nintendo
Platform: Nintendo 64
Released in JP: March 21, 1999
Released in US: June 30, 1999
Released in EU: September 25, 2000

This game has unused graphics.
This game has regional differences.
This game has revisional differences.

This game has a prototype article
This game has a prerelease article
This page is rather stubbly and could use some expansion.
Are you a bad enough dude to rescue this article?

Pokémon Snap is a first-person photography game featuring 63 of the 151 original Pokémon where you can (as the name of the game implies) snap pictures of said Pokémon on the imaginatively named 'Pokémon Island'.

This game is mainly remembered nowadays for the fact that for a time you could have your pictures printed out on stickers when going to participating Blockbuster Video outlets (or Toys R Us stores in Australia). CHAAAAAAAAA!

To do:
Add information about a potential debug save menu found by fkualol: '801340E8 = pointer for different menus, set to 8012AA24 for debug save menu?'
  • 4Revisional Differences

Unused Graphics

The kanji symbol (仮) for 'Temporary', obviously just a placeholder graphic.

Japanese text saying 'Start Game', still present in the US version.

Crash Debugger

Pokemon Snap Nintendo Wii Download Torrent
  • When you entered the code correctly (see below)

  • 1st page

  • 2nd page

This game has a crash debugger. To open it, crash the game in some way, then enter this button code:

  • Z + R + L
  • D-Up + C-Up
  • A + D-Left
  • B + D-Right
  • D-Down + C-Down

Press Z + R + L to scroll through the pages. Oddly enough, unlike the identical iterations of the crash debugger in Kirby 64: The Crystal Shards and Super Smash Bros., the routine that would display the third page is missing in this game. This has the effect of crashing the crash debugger (ironically) once you reach the second page, which means that only the registers and the stack trace are viewable.

Regional Differences

To do:
More.

As in most other Pokémon games featuring voiced cries, most Pokémon appearing in the game had their voices changed to match the English dub of the anime. However, some Pokémon did not have their voiced cries changed, because at the time of the game's release these certain Pokémon did not have an English dub voice. The Pokémon who did not not have their voiced cries changed include Metapod, Diglett, Dugtrio, Pidgey, Psyduck, and Porygon.

Japan
International

'CAMERA CHECK' has a different font, Bulbasaur was lightened and moved up and to the right, and the grey texture was slightly touched up in the international versions.

Japan
International

Once again the font is different, and the corners of the red frame were darkened in the international versions.

Japan
International

The Pokémon Report sign was given bolts, a different texture, a blue frame, and glowing text in the international versions.

Revisional Differences

Virtual Console Changes

Snap was the first Pokémon game released on the Virtual Console, and one of the first Virtual Console games to have modifications to the original ROM. Nintendo modding, go figure.

Send to the Wii Message Board

Pokemon Snap Nintendo Wii Download Torrent Iso

Once per day, the player can send one of the photos they took to the Wii Message Board by going to the gallery, choosing a picture, and then pressing - (Minus) on the Classic Controller or (if using a GameCube controller) the first player's Wii Remote.

While this mimics the Snap Stations that were available when the game was released, it only really meant something if the player had a lot of people on their friend list to send photos to, and the termination of the WiiConnect24 service as well as the Wii U's Wii Mode omitting the WiiConnect24 features has rendered this feature utterly pointless.

Jynx

Original
Virtual Console

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Jynx's face was changed from black to purple in order to match with the Pokémon's modern design, which had to be changed due to the original's unfortunate resemblance to a person wearing blackface. Oddly enough, its hands are still black.

The Pokémon series
Generation IRed, Green, & Blue • Yellow
Hey You, Pikachu! • Trading Card Game • Pinball • Picross
Snap (Demo) • Stadium (Japan) • Stadium (International) • Puzzle League • PokéROM
Generation IIGold & Silver (Prototypes) • Crystal (Prototypes)
Card GB2 • Puzzle Challenge • Pinball Mini • Stadium 2 (International)
Suuji o Tsukamaeyou!
Generation IIIRuby & Sapphire (German Ruby Debug Version) • FireRed & LeafGreen (Prototype) • Emerald (Prototype)
Mystery Dungeon: Red Rescue Team & Blue Rescue Team
Pinball: Ruby & Sapphire • Channel • Colosseum • XD • Trozei! • Ranger • Dash
Masters Arena • Team Turbo • Poké Ball Launcher
Generation IVDiamond & Pearl (Prototypes) • Platinum • HeartGold & SoulSilver • Battle Revolution • My Pokémon Ranch
Mystery Dungeon: Explorers of Darkness & Time • Mystery Dungeon: Explorers of Sky • Ranger: Shadows of Almia • Ranger: Guardian Signs
PokéPark Wii: Pikachu's Adventure • Rumble
Generation VBlack & White • Black 2 & White 2
Trading Card Game Online • Learn with Pokémon: Typing Adventure • Conquest • Mystery Dungeon: Gates to Infinity
Pokédex 3D • Rumble U
Generation VIX & Y • Omega Ruby & Alpha Sapphire
Bank & Transporter • Shuffle • Super Mystery Dungeon
Pokkén Tournament (Wii U) • GO
Generation VIISun & Moon • Ultra Sun & Ultra Moon • Let's Go, Pikachu! & Let's Go, Eevee!
Detective Pikachu • Magikarp Jump
Generation VIIISword & Shield (Prototypes)
HOME (iOS/Android) • Mystery Dungeon: Rescue Team DX (Prototype)
Retrieved from 'https://tcrf.net/index.php?title=Pokémon_Snap&oldid=827103'
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