Pokemon Mystery Dungeon: Red Rescue Team

Release Date:
Japan - November 17, 2005
North America - September 18, 2006
Europe - November 10, 2006

Overview from Nintendo

In Pokemon Mystery Dungeon: Blue Rescue Team and Red Rescue Team, you wake up in a world inhabited entirely by Pokemon, as a Pokemon yourself, with no knowledge of how you got there or how you can return to human form.

But perhaps there's a reason for your arrival. Now that you can understand the Pokemon language, you learn that a series of natural disasters is threatening the community. You soon befriend another Pokemon and form a Rescue Team to help Pokemon in distress.

You receive missions to rescue Pokemon trapped in dangerous dungeons, which are always randomly generated (meaning that you'll never play the same dungeon twice), battling wild Pokemon using a turn-based style of combat.

As well as taking on missions deep underground you also have a vast overworld to explore, where you can make friends with hundreds of Pokemon and recruit new members to your team.

Pokemon Mystery Dungeon includes an innovative new way to connect with other players around the world. If your team loses a battle and becomes trapped in a dungeon, you can call for help by sending a password to a friend by email or message board, by connecting wirelessly (Nintendo DS version) or by Link Cable (GBA version). You can also give an item and send a message as a thank-you to your rescuer.

In Pokemon Mystery Dungeon, having fun and making friends is just as important as fighting. So assemble your best Rescue Team and discover your destiny as a Pokemon!

Red Rescue Team (Game Boy Advance version) features:

•Battle and befriend hundreds of Pokemon (six exclusive to the GBA version).

•Use password or Link Cable to exchange rescue passwords and send thank-you messages to rescuers.

•Trade items with friends via Link Cable.

•Unlock Pokemon exclusive to the DS version in the GBA version by exchanging a password.

Mysterious Dungeon Red Screenshots (GBA):

The Game Map:

Screenshots from GameKult.com; Dungeon map from
Pokemon Elite 2000.com

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