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Pokémon Playhouse
Release Date: September 21sth 2017
Region: North America/Europe
Developer: The Pokémon Company International
Platforms: iOS/Android/Kindle
Price: Free

Pokémon Playhouse is an app aimed towards children aged 3 to 5 with limited or no reading skills. This game has you select some Pokémon Friends and then receive Eggs to hatch more. There are over 50 Pokémon to collect through this manner. To hatch Eggs, you need to participate in a variety of activities in various areas of the game. When the Egg hatches, you will receive a new one

Pokémon Friends

In the main hub of the game, you will find paths to all of the other areas of the game. However, in the middle, you will be able to check a list of all the Pokémon Friends you have made. There are a total of 54 Pokémon to hatch through Eggs, but you start with Pikachu. Chansey, Snorlax, Wobuffett, Alolan Raichu, Zygarde Core, Magby & Elekid

Pokémon Listings

Below is a list of all Pokémon available in the game in the game's order.

No. Pic Name Type
#001
Bulbasaur
#004
Charmander
#007
Squirtle
#025
Pikachu
#052
Meowth
#113
Chansey
#129
Magikarp
#133
Eevee
#143
Snorlax
#152
Chikorita
#155
Cyndaquil
#158
Totodile
#163
Hoothoot
#172
Pichu
#173
Cleffa
#175
Togepi
#187
Hoppip
#194
Wooper
#202
Wobbuffet
#209
Snubbull
#216
Teddiursa
#225
Delibird
#235
Smeargle
#252
Treecko
#255
Torchic
#258
Mudkip
#387
Turtwig
#390
Chimchar
#393
Piplup
#415
Combee
#446
Munchlax
#495
Snivy
#498
Tepig
#501
Oshawott
#650
Chespin
#653
Fennekin
#656
Froakie
#722
Rowlet
#725
Litten
#728
Popplio
#731
Pikipek
#736
Grubbin
#744
Rockruff
#757
Salandit
#761
Bounsweet
#771
Pyukumuku
#775
Komala
#777
Togedemaru
#026
Alolan Raichu
#027
Alolan Sandshrew
#037
Alolan Vulpix
#718
Zygarde Core
#239
Elekid
#240
Magby

Activity Listings

Playground

The playground is a small area access by the hub in the main area. This area can be scrolled along in a 360 degree method.

Moving Pokémon into this area will fill up the gauge to help your Egg hatch. You can move up to 6 Pokémon that you have hatched onto the various amenities of the Playground such as swings, floating devices, treehouses and so forth.

Lounge

The lounge is accessed at the stairs going upwards to the left and contains two different areas. Accessing the bar brings you feeding time mini-game whereas the bed area will allow for you to clean your Pokémon

Lounge - Feeding Time

In this mini-game, you have to feed the Pokémon. At the bottom of the screen, a selection of berries will randomly scroll through while three Pokémon request different berries. You need to drag the berry to the associate Pokémon that wants it. When you have finished feeding all three Pokémon, the Egg will crack a little and the game will repeat itself

Lounge - Grooming Pokémon

In this mini-game, your Pokémon will come in having various afflictions such as being covered in dirt, covered in dust or injured. Your task is to determine what items to use on each of the Pokémon

A scuff mark - This Pokémon requires a plaster
Water - This Pokémon requires use of a hair dryer
Fluff - This Pokémon requires use of a brush to remove the fluff
Dirt - This Pokémon requires use of the sponge to remove the dirt, then a hose to remove the bubbles, then the hair dryer to dry it

Each clean Pokémon increases the Egg hatch gauge by a third.

Playroom

The Playroom is found downstairs and has got three different activities to participate in, all of which aid in the obtaining of Eggs. First up, at the bookcase, is three special story books. These are short stories focused on specific Pokémon and, upon completion, will hatch your Eggs

Picture Name
PhotoTreasure Hunt
PhotoPecha Berry Jam
PhotoA Nap For Litten
Playroom - Puzzles

The puzzles provide various Pokémon styles and motifs and gives you multiple Pokémon to place in it. Drag each Pokémon to the gaps to complete the puzzles. Each puzzle completed will cause your Egg to crack a little. The puzzle motifs will repeat, but the Pokémon you can place in them will vary with each play and as you play consecutively, more Pokémon will be required to be placed into the puzzle.

Picture Motif
PhotoForest
PhotoField
PhotoOcean
PhotoVolcano
PhotoMountain
Playroom - Flashlight Tag

This mini-game has you search through a dark area to hunt for the silhouetted Pokémon. Each Pokémon you find will boost the Egg hatching gauge by 1/6th. Completion of the hunt will have your Egg crack a little and the mini-game will start over with new Pokémon.

Tower

The tower is accessed by the stairs in the far area of the hub and provides two different activities - Search the Stars & Pokémon Tunes.

Tower - Search the Stars

This mini-game is accessed through the telescope in the tower. This game has you go through the stars to look at constellations. For each constellation, you need to match the brightest stars and draw lines between them to make basic geometric shapes that then make up the constellation of a Pokémon. From there, you need to colour the Pokémon in. This will fill the Egg gauge and cause the Egg to crack a little more.

This is the most efficient method to hatch your eggs.

Tower - Pokémon Tunes

This mini-game is accessed through the stage in the tower. This game has you create music by tapping the Pokémon. At the bottom you will see a musical sheet of Pokémon sounds and you need to tape each Pokémon in the correct order. Doing this will fill the Egg gauge half way and you then listen to the Pokémon sing the song, which fills the Egg Gauge further.

 
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