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Pokemon Acceptance
Name: Pokemon Acceptance
Created by: Tpick2211
Source link: https://www.pokecommunity.com/showthread.php?t=448789
Hello, Welcome back to Ducumon Website and I’m Pokemoner. We will play Pokemon Acceptance by Tpick2211!

It’s a Fan-made Game, a Complete Game with no gyms or Pokemon League, fake mega evolutions, follower pokemon, talk to pokemon, new sound, mini-game, and more… It’s completed in English. And now, Let’s play!

Pokemon Acceptance is an rmxp fan game running on Pokemon Essentials 17.2 using a gen 5 style tileset. This game was solo developed by Tpick, a first time game developer who started development in May 2020.

A mysterious barrier emerges around the PokePark, causing many people and Pokemon to go missing. Professor Rowan sends Gary Oak and his young assistant Grace (you) to investigate the disturbance. Once there, you discover a civil war has begun inside the PokePark! The sinister Ein has kidnapped Phione while all of the powerful Pokemon that usually protect the park are gone. Ein has even recruited trainers typically seen as heroes to his cause. It’s up to Grace to join the resistance and save the Park from the inside!

Unique Features
No gyms/league! A story driven adventure to save the PokePark.
Fake mega evolutions! Current List: Frosslass, Delibird, Ludicolo, Dunsparce, Kecleon, and Raichu. See one you wish I had? Let me know! I may still add more!
Follower Pokemon like in HG/SS
Talk to Pokemon! Interact with wild Pokemon, and see their reactions with portraits from Super Mystery Dungeon!
Alternate currency system! Just like in PokePark, some vendors won’t accept PokeDollars, but rather berries in exchange for goods and services.
New Sound effects! From menu selections to getting items, almost every sound effect has been replaced by sounds from other games.
Music Variety! Every single area has new battle music for both wild and trainer battles. Many event battles also have unique music, as well as changing music for cutscenes. There’s also a large variety of victory and intro music for trainer battles.
Move tutor/TM system. “Cove Town” in the center of the map has an unprecedented number of move tutors and TM sellers, allowing you to reach the highest potential you can with your team! You can even unlock 2nd/hidden abilities or Perfect your IVs/EVs! Assuming you have the right berry currency, that is!
“Starter Cave” An early game cave containing all 24 starters from gen 1-8!
New way to train: Level up at special computers with simulation battles against over 90 trainers from the main series and anime! Gym Leaders, rivals, villains and Elite 4 from the first 7 regions await!
Sewer mini game! Dodge teleporting Abras, bubble blowing Corphish, and wild poison types while you rebuild a bridge to get a reward of berries and other items!
Mixture of both roaming wild encounters like the Wild Area, and random tall grass encounters.

What Pokemon are in the game?
All Gen 1-7 Pokemon as well as some from gen 8 are in the game! Check the signposts in each area to see who is catchable. Alolan and some Galarian Pokemon are available, and there is even a “form changer” in Cove Town to change your Pokemon’s form if needed!
How long is the game?
Completing the main story is around 20 hours long. The postgame has a quest that is around 4 hours long that wraps up the story, with lots of other optional features and trainer battles to check out!
How hard is the game?
Harder than most mainline games, but not as hard as most fan games. At no point does the difficulty curve expect you you run around and grind out levels. There is no level cap or obedience issue. However, there are some tricky opponents, including multi battles with 10-12 opposing pokemon, and double battle opponents with good synergy. If you skip too many trainers or events, you may find yourself falling behind a bit. Note: The cove sewers has “level scaling” which makes it an ideal place to train, but you really shouldn’t need to.
So can I nuzlocke it? Are there gift Pokemon to help?
Yes and yes! The game has 17 different locations to catch pokemon, and the roaming pokemon give you some ability to choose. The difficulty curve does not expect grinding, has no level cap, and has a level scaling area to help train. There are 5 gift pokemon in total before you reach the final boss as well (as well as others in the post-game).
Who are the starters?
Meditite, Snorunt, and Numel. All will have mega evolutions available (including a fake one for Froslass). There is also “starter cave” early on, containing all 24 starters from gen 1-8!
Wait there’s mega evolution?
Indeed! The following Pokmeon are catchable and have obtainable mega stones: Mawile, Sableye, Sharpedo, Manectric, Absol, Lopunny, Banette, Beedrill, Audino, and Pidgeot (as well as your starters of course).
Who are the fake megas?
Froslass, Delibird, Ludicolo, Dunsparce, Kecleon, Raichu, and Sudowoodo. I may add more later! Reply to this thread if you have one you think deserves one!
Who from Gen 8 is available?
Cinderace, Rillaboom, Inteleon, Dragapult, Urshifu, Stonjourner, Thievul, Perrserker, Falinks, Eldegoss, Greedent, Indeedee, Grapploct, Pinchurin, Frosmoth, Morpeko. Galarian forms: Stunfisk, Meowth, Mr Mime.
Where do the songs/sound effects come from?
Music originates from a mixture of Pokemon Spin-off games, non-Pokemon games, remixes, and a small dose from the main Pokemon series. Sound effects come largely from Pokemon Colosseum, but if you have one in mind you’re curious about, feel free to ask!

Version 3.0 completes the whole game and post-game!

v 0.1.5 and before = beta testing versions
v 1.0 = First release!
v 2.0 = Full version! goes until end of main story
v 2.1 = Fixed bug freezing pond and slight trainer updates.
v 2.2 = Fixed Sewer Bridge
v 2.3 = 2 Bugs fixed, Dewott giving reward too early, and Audino event not triggering if player retreats back to Windmill Way after crossing the lake.
v 2.4 = New fake mega evolutions, a few bug fixes, and begins the post-game quest
v 3.0 = Game is complete!
v 3.2 = Bug fixes: Frosslassite, G Darmanitan, Draining Kiss, and Furfrou catch.
v 3.3 = Bug Fixes: Orre Desert when declining to leave, Wailmer fix when fainting on boardwalk, sprite repositions
v 3.4 = Small tile updates, spelling fixes, falkner simulator fix
v 3.5 = 40+ small changes, largely thanks to seeing HeroVoltsy’s playthrough of the game!
v 3.6 = Android friendly! Ash Greninja now obtainable.
v 3.7 = Mawile vanishing fix. Gen 8 roaming fix. Small visual fixes.

Meta Changes
Snorunt evolves into Glalie level 30 instead of 42. The starter Snorunt is always female if you prefer Froslass.
The Mudkip line can learn aqua jet.
Meditite can learn Vacuum Wave.
Raichu’s attack is reduced by 5, allowing the player to evolve Pikachu without using up a Force Stone.
Raichu can learn new fighting moves that accompany it’s fake mega, you can learn them via the move relearner in Cove Town.
Snom learns Fairy Wind by level up right around when you can catch one in the bug cave.

Remember Ducumon Website just uploaded and stored this game. You can download it on the Source link! We don’t force you to download from Ducumon Website!

This game is an RPGXP Game, a Fan-made Game! It’s Completed in English!

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