Pokemon Randomizer Nuzlocke
Trying out Pokemon won't be too easy with the new addition to all pocket monster games, Pokemon Randomizer Nuzlocke. Adult fans of Pokemon video games have found the difficulty of the walkthrough too childish and are always on the lookout for ways to make things harder for themselves.
Terms for risk-takers
There is a concept in gaming communities about the Nazlock Challenge. Challenge forces the player to follow a set of serious rules that tighten the conditions of the game. The basic rules are only two, the rest can be added or dropped depending on the player's wishes. Thus, the two main rules state:
- If a pokémon loses consciousness, the trainer releases it or never uses the defeated pokémon again
- When entering each location, trainers may catch the first Pokémon they see. However, if this does not happen, no more trainees may be caught in that location. The exception to this is a repeat of a pokémon that the player already has.
A world without that pokémon
Another condition is the mandatory nickname for the pokémon. This method ties the player to the pokémon and strengthens the bond between allies. The whole quest is designed to add a bit of darkness to pokémon battles. Since in the original universe, pokémon don't die in battles, but simply lose consciousness - the challenge emphasized the loss of a beloved pokémon forever, which many associate with death. This has spawned a huge amount of Pokémon content where people share sad stories about their departed Pokémon and their journeys with them.
Gloom and Realism
On top of everything else, using medicines and potions during combat is also forbidden. You wouldn't have time to get your pokémon drunk or cured in a real battle, so using cures is also forbidden. However, you can heal them in special centers. Everything in the world of challange is made for more immersion in the game and special realism.
Processor: PC compatible,
OS: Windows 9x, Windows 2000 Windows XP, Vista, Win 7, Win 8, Win 10.
Game Features:Single game mode Multiplayer (Hotseat, LAN, Internet)