Pokémon Gold

Pokémon Gold

  • Publisher
    Nintendo
  • Developer
    Game Freak
  • Release date
    21 Nov 1999

Turn-based JRPGs and sequels to Pokémon Red and Blue Versions (1998), Gold and Silver Versions offer 100 new Pokémon to capture and train, 8 more Gyms to take on and a new Pokémon League challenge. Featuring an expanded post-game, Pokémon Gold and Silver additionally offer extra content from the previous entries in the series.

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anime
e3 2000
melee
hit points
adventure
flying enemies
water
bird
sequel
computer
sprite
enemy health indicator
nameless protagonist
fantasy
door
turn-based
gambling
pixel art
critical hit
experience points
kid friendly
role playing
virtual console
pikachu
table
bulbasaur
jigglypuff
meowth
marill
charizard
clefairy
snorlax
staryu
porygon2
togepi
goldeen
cyndaquil
psyduck
squirtle
venusaur
blastoise
oddish
geodude
wobbuffet
lugia
ho-oh
celebi
bellossom
machop
electrode
chansey
articuno
mew
chikorita
poliwrath
weepinbell
zapdos
moltres
weezing
scizor
unown
raikou
suicune
entei
legendary pokémon
glitch
currency
punctuation mark above head
book adaptation
exploration
boss fight
elevator
can't kill innocents
teleportation
giant insects
silent protagonist
transformations
world map
top-down perspective
human
shopping
health potion
young protagonist
key
bone
important text
side quests
slashing weapons
potion
player character
invisible bridges
coming of age
map
icicle
recurring boss
been here before
shoes
waking up at beginning
animal cruelty
poison
games on which comic books are based
fast travel
status effects
slideshow cutscene
damage over time
hero's single parent
rock
original soundtrack release
monsters
day/night cycle
leveling up
character creation
meme origin
persistent world
jrpg
mythology
attributes
revive
renaming characters
persistent ailments
tentacles
elements
victory music
random encounter
battle screen
fictional currencies
buff
naru punch
egg
games that ask you to "press start" but will accept other buttons
fire manipulation
creature compendium
pants
life drain
bicycle
trash can
fishing rod
poster
television
minigames
clear save
more than two eyes
air manipulation
foil box art
doll
freezing weapons
cure ailment potion
real time game clock
lightning bolt
gotta catch 'em all
golem
water manipulation
guitar
baseball cap
burning
bikini
telekinesis
enemy capture
triple question mark
teenager
games on which anime are based
scientist
in-game e-mail
psychics
gradual enemy introduction
different versions
evil organization
backpack
slot machine
butterfly
nurse
collecting
commerce
pokemon
eevee
poké ball
magnemite
gastly
kangaskhan
ivysaur
dugtrio
hitmonlee
dragonite
pichu
steelix
pokémon trainer
master ball
pokédoll
new guy
soft drink
copy ability
microphone
side ponytail
electrified water
hypnosis
keycard
cubone
skarmory
self-destructing character
pokeball
breeding
science
charmander
wigglytuff
graveler
abra
gyarados
slowbro
earth manipulation
mr. mime
magneton
lickitung
horsea
jynx
scyther
starmie
seaking
seadra
tangela
rhydon
rhyhorn
voltorb
totodile
caterpie
charmeleon
kakuna
metapod
pidgeotto
pidgey
wartortle
weedle
butterfree
beedrill
nidorino
nidoking
nidorina
rattata
raticate
spearow
fearow
ekans
arbok
raichu
sandshrew
nidoran (female)
sandslash
nidoqueen
nidoran (male)
zubat
vulpix
golbat
clefable
ninetales
gloom
vileplume
paras
parasect
venonat
venomoth
diglett
tentacool
bellsprout
growlithe
arcanine
alakazam
onix
muk
golduck
mankey
kadabra
machoke
machamp
farfetch'd
doduo
dodrio
dewgong
grimer
haunter
cloyster
gengar
drowzee
hypno
krabby
kingler
exeggcute
exeggutor
marowak
hitmonchan
koffing
magikarp
dratini
dragonair
persian
primeape
poliwag
poliwhirl
victreebel
shellder
seel
tentacruel
slowpoke
ponyta
rapidash
houndoom
gligar
sneasel
great ball
ultra ball
animal husbandry
pokémon battle
elite four
gym leader
shiny pokémon
repellent
pokémon professor
pokédex
pokémon dollar
technical machine
pokémon egg
dragonfly
custom ui
rock paper scissors
evolution
fainting
field move
color cartridges
caterpillar
accented title
fossil
nes
burglar
aipom
pidgeot
lapras
espeon
azumarill
electabuzz
magmar
porygon
girafarig
togetic
yanma
delibird
phanpy
ampharos
bayleef
blissey
misdreavus
natu
ditto
flareon
jolteon
omanyte
omastar
kabuto
kabutops
aerodactyl
meganium
quilava
typhlosion
croconaw
feraligatr
sentret
furret
vaporeon
tauros
pinsir
kingdra
ursaring
teddiursa
magby
mareep
flaaffy
ledyba
ledian
hoothoot
noctowl
crobat
hitmontop
piloswine
swinub
pineco
forretress
spinarak
ariados
igglybuff
cleffa
xatu
magcargo
slugma
shuckle
politoed
slowking
tyrogue
smoochum
elekid
chinchou
lanturn
dunsparce
houndour
sunkern
sunflora
umbreon
sudowoodo
murkrow
qwilfish
smeargle
heracross
stantler
larvitar
pupitar
tyranitar
hoppip
skiploom
jumpluff
wooper
quagsire
snubbull
granbull
corsola
remoraid
octillery
mantine
donphan
miltank
charcoal
fisherman
starter pokémon
pokémon champion
poké maniac
super effective move
team rocket
rare candy
level ball
lure ball
evolutionary stones
game boy printer support
interrupt
pokémon nurse
rocket grunt
youngster
psychic
cool trainer
hiker
grass element
developers' room
nocturnality
unknown species
sailor
swimmer
beauty
black belt
bug catcher
gentleman
super nerd
juggler
glitch pokémon
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About Pokémon Gold

Pokémon Gold is released by Nintendo in 21 Nov 1999. The game is designed by Game Freak. Pokémon Gold is a typical representative of the Role-playing (RPG) genre. Playing Pokémon Gold is a pleasure. It does not matter whether it is the first or a millionth hour in Role-playing (RPG), there will always be room for something new and interesting. Thrilling levels and gameplay Pokémon Gold will not leave anyone indifferent. The complexity of gameplay increases with each new level and does not let any player get bored.

In addition to it in 21 Nov 1999 released games such as:

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Pokémon Gold is versatile and does not stand still, but it is never too late to start playing. The game, like many Role-playing (RPG) games has a full immersion in gaming. AllGame staff continues to play it.

Pokémon Gold is perfect for playing alone or with friends.

At AllGame you can find reviews on Pokémon Gold, gameplay videos, screenshots of the game and other Role-playing (RPG) representatives.

Screenshots

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