Game screen – Nintendo PokePark Pikachu's Adventure 71573A User Manual
when Pikachu approaches a Pokémon. Press to talk
to that Pokémon. The
icon displays when Pokémon have something
important to say.
when you approach a Signboard. Press to read what that
Signboard says. You can also check other things in addition to Signboards.
Dash into crates or hit them with
them. Sometimes they contain items like
In the PokéPark, Berries are used for things like participating in events and
increasing Pikachu’s Stats. Receive Berries by winning Skill Games or when
you achieve the Bonus at Attractions. Do your best to gather lots of Berries!
The Meeting Place
After you’ve made some progress in your adventure, you’ll be able to go to
. There, you’ll find Pokémon who will power up Pikachu
in exchange for Berries. As you continue, more Pokémon appear, and you
can raise Thunderbolt’s power or increase Dash’s speed (up to a limit).
Drifblim’s Transportation Service
Drifblim™ can give you a lift to any Zone
you’ve already visited in exchange for
Berries. Check the
Zone to make Drifblim appear.
Misdreavus’s Photo Studio
You can take Photos of your adventures!
First, you need Film. exchange 100 Berries
menu to get up to a
maximum of 30 exposures. Then, press
to take Photos when you’re playing in the
Zones or Attractions. You can only keep
the most recent 30 Photos, unless you save
them on an SD Card (sold separately).
to protect special Photos from being
will appear on that Photo to show that
it won’t be deleted. If you later decide to
delete it, select
This is a map of the Zone where
Pikachu is currently playing.
Note: Pressing and at
the same time toggles the
map from visible to invisible.
Saving Photos on the SD Card
Select a Photo in
, open the menu with , then select
to save the Photo on the SD Card. Select
to save all of the Photos to
the SD Card. Select
to delete all unlocked Photos from Wii system
memory. to delete all Photos on the SD card, select
Delete from SD Card
Note: Data on the SD Card cannot be seen within the Game.
Note: All Photos are protected by copyright and are jointly owned by The Pokémon
Company, Nintendo, GAMe FReAK, and Creatures. Please remember that the Photos are
only intended for personal, non-commercial use.
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