Pokémon Go might be the big thing right now, but there is another Pokémon title that just released and it isn't related to the upcoming Pokémon Sun and Moon entries. Pokémon Uranium has been created by dedicated fans who have poured over nine years into creating version 1.0 of their game, which released today. The team of fans working on it used RPGmaker XP and are almost certainly in breech of copyright laws, so read the feature list and perhaps give it a try before it disappears.
Pokémon Uranium features:
- 150 new pocket monsters unique to Uranium
- Nuclear type Pokémon
- A new user interface
- An original story
- Online battling and trading
- A tropical setting in the Tandor region
- The ability to talk to Pokémon
Given Nintendo's trend of taking down fan-games (a Metroid II overhaul was taken down earlier this week), archived game history, and more, you might want to check out Pokémon Uranium before Nintendo's lawyers issue a cease and desist, making the game much harder to obtain.
You can find the game, which runs via PC emulation, on the Pokémon Uranium website.