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Pokemon Snap

Arcanine:
Throw Pester Balls in the pits across from Charmeleon in the Volcano level (almost to the end, on the right). It appears less frequently then the Growlithes.
Information in this section was contributed by Bubba13559 and Bensq423.

Get a photograph while it is shaking embers of its body for more points.
Information in this section was contributed by Lazzo.

Articuno:
Go to the Cave level and follow it almost to the end. When you see the Jynxs play the Poké Flute. The Jynxs will perform a ritual dance, and the ice egg will float in the air and hatch into Articuno.
Information in this section was contributed by Billy Meabrod and Bryan Kessler.

Bulbasaur:
In addition to the two Bulbasaurs in the craters in the River level, there is another hidden in a nearby log. Throw an apple near the log's opening and it will appear.
Information in this section was contributed by ObiWann21.

In the Cave level, there are Bulbasaurs that are really Dittos. However, if you take pictures of them, they will be classified in the photos as Bulbasaurs.
Information in this section was contributed by Linh Le.

In the River level, it seems you can never get more than 2,500 points in all by flushing out the two Bulbasaurs in the craters. However, throw a Pester Ball into a log that is tipped over on its side. A Bulbasaur will come out of it. Try to take a picture of it from the front. It can be worth over 4,000 points. If you only have apples, it will also appear after five or six of them are thrown.
Information in this section was contributed by #1 PhOtOgRaPhEr.

Chansey:
Chansey appears when a Pester Ball is thrown at the ball that Eevee is chasing in the Beach level.
Information in this section was contributed by Billy Zambrano.

After hitting the ball that Eevee is chasing, it becomes a Chansey. Take a photograph of it tossing the egg in the air. Professor Oak will comment, "Oh, what a funny pose!" and give you a few extra points.
Information in this section was contributed by Harlequin.

Charizard:
Go to the Volcano level and follow it almost to the end. Throw an apple at the Charmeleon that is near the lava pool. Note: Hit it when it is between you and the crater. It will evolve into a Charizard after being knocked into the lava.
Information in this section was contributed by Sk8boy789.

After Charmeleon evolves into Charizard, an apple into its mouth. It will use a flame thrower attack for a photograph worth extra points.
Information in this section was contributed by SocrKid20.

Charmander:
Get stuck behind Moltres' egg in the Volcano level and look left to see two Charmanders. Throw an apple at both of them and they will roar to call more Charmanders to join them. You can get almost ten Charmanders in the same photograph for extra points.
Information in this section was contributed by Billy Meabrod.

Get stuck behind Moltres' egg in the Volcano level. Throw an apple to attract many Charmanders. When they have come down, throw more apples to get them very close. After they have eaten the apples they will start jumping and roaring at the camera. If not, play the Poke Flute and they begin to jump when the song is over. This will give you the opportunity to get a really close shot of many Charmander in great poses.
Information in this section was contributed by enpligma.

After you get the ten Charmanders in the Volcano level, play the Poke Flute and they will all line up and march in place.
Information in this section was contributed by OUTLAWADAM.

Do not try to get Moltres when you have the opportunity. Instead, turn left and you will see two Charmander. Throw apples at them and they will call their friends. Keep throwing food so they get closer to you. Take a picture of them when they growl, or you can play the Pokeflute and get them while they are dancing.
Information in this section was contributed by A11jsp3.

Do the six Charmander trick in the Volcano level, then use the Pokeflute. Look closely to see that one of the Charmander has an angry face. Note: This does not give you extra points.
Information in this section was contributed by Cyclops537.

Charmeleon:
Wait until you are past the two Vulpixes in the Volcano level, . Look to the left to see a Magmar and a Charmander. When you are close enough, throw an apple between the two of them. The Magmar and the Charmander will go after it. The Magmar will blow fire at the Charmander, which will fall to the ground and evolve. After it has evolved, it will remain on the ground in the "dead pose".
Information in this section was contributed by m3m and Zambro7238.

To take a close-up picture of Charmeleon, go to the lava pit where you would try to get Charizard at the end of the Volcano level.
Information in this section was contributed by Patpride57.

Cloyster:
Take photographs and throw Pester Balls at the Shellders in the River level. If done correctly, a Cloyster will appear later in the level.
Information in this section was contributed by The Forgotten Pokemon Master.

Diglett:
Diglett appears on the left side of the Tunnel level, next to a Pikachu.
Information in this section was contributed by Bensq423.

Ditto:
The three Bulbasaurs at the beginning of the Cave level are really Dittos. Throw some Pester Balls at them to change them back into their true form.
Information in this section was contributed by gojira95 and Tmberwolvz.

Doduo:
When the Doduo runs across at the start of the Beach level, hit it with an apple. It will fall down stunned. This allows you to get a good picture of it, fainted across the middle of the track.
Information in this section was contributed by rachel.titley.

Dratini:
Throw Pester Balls to the left of the whirlpool in the Valley level.
Information in this section was contributed by PetaPan2.

You can find a larger Dratini near the beginning of the River level. Throw Pester Balls in the water Immediately after passing the Squirtles. If done correctly, Dratini should jump out right in front of you. Keep trying, as this is difficult to do.
Information in this section was contributed by Larisa.

Dugtrio:
Keep taking pictures of Diglett in the Tunnel level. Pikachu will move to the next place that it will appear. Eventually, Dugtrio will appear instead of Diglett.
Information in this section was contributed by Bensq423.

After taking the three photographs of Digletts to make Dugtrio appear, take one more photograph to make two more Dugtrios to appear for more points.
Information in this section was contributed by FIyingBear.

Take three pictures of Diglett. Each time you take a picture that counts towards the score, the Diglett will move. The Pikachu will show the location of the next Diglett. If you miss it, you will have to start again. After three consecutive good photos, a Dugtrio will appear. Take another two pictures of the Dugtrio and there will be an extra Dugtrio each time you get a photo of one.
Information in this section was contributed by rachel.titley.

Dragonite:
Throw pesterballs into the whirlpool in the Valley level.
Information in this section was contributed by ObiWann21.

Eevee:
Take a photograph of Eevee just after turning the pink ball into Chansey. It will jump into the air gleefully, and you will get extra points for a happy pose.
Information in this section was contributed by Harlequin.

Electabuzz:
Look to the right in the middle of the Tunnel level to see Electabuzzs standing in front of large screens. Throw apples at one of them and it will walk approach use a Thundershock attack. Take a photograph while it is emitting energy for extra points.
Information in this section was contributed by Jagr2but25.

Electrode:
Throw a Pester Ball at the non-moving Electrode in the Tunnel level. It will self-destruct for a better photograph.
Information in this section was contributed by Billy Zambrano.

When you start the Tunnel level, look at the first Electrode. When it starts to explode, and beams shoot out, snap a photo of it. Professor Oak will award 1000 Pose Points for that photograph.
Information in this section was contributed by EJ98.

Geodude:
Throw a pester ball in the Valley level to knock down the Geodudes for a better photograph.
Information in this section was contributed by Nicholas Schram.

Goldeen:
Throw a Pester Ball in the Valley level in front of the first mankey, between Magikarp and Dratini. A Goldeen will jump out of the water.
Information in this section was contributed by Dev J.

Graveler:
Play the Poké Flute at the location in the Valley level that has three Gravelers. They will wake up and dance for a photograph that is worth more points.
Information in this section was contributed by Bensq423.

Grimmer:
To get a great photograph of a Grimmer in the Cave level, take pictures of the first two Grimmers to make the third Grimmer appear closer, and the fourth Grimmer appear even closer.
Information in this section was contributed by Wendell Choy.

Growlithe:
Throw Pester Balls in the pits across from Charmeleon in the Volcano level (almost to the end, on the right).
Information in this section was contributed by Bubba13559 and Bensq423.

Get a photograph while it is shaking embers of its body for more points.
Information in this section was contributed by Lazzo.

Throw a Pester Ball into all three volcanoes in the Volcano level. Then, throw apples close to the path. All three Growlithes will run to the apples. Take as many photos possible of all three for more points.
Information in this section was contributed by Anakin1wal.

Gyarados:
Go to the Valley level and hit the Magikarp that is in the water in front of the first Mankey. Mankey will hit it over the mountain and onto land. Later, when you are in front of the three Gravelers, hit the Magikarp with a Pester Ball. Magikarp will go over to the waterfall evolve into Gyarados.
Information in this section was contributed by Bryan Kessler.

Haunter:
Take a photograph of the purplish mist in the first part of the Tunnel level. A Haunter will appear when the photograph is developed.
Information in this section was contributed by John.

Jigglypuff:
Save the three Jigglypuffs in the Cave level. All three will re-appear at the end of the level singing the famous Jigglypuff song, allowing a photograph worth extra points.
Information in this section was contributed by Billy Meabrod.

Get a photograph of Jigglypuff on stage for 500 extra points.
Information in this section was contributed by PetaPan2.

Save the Jigglypuff from the Koffings in the Cave level. When it is on stage, throw a Pester Ball at the Jigglypuff. Jigglypuff will be annoyed and will chase after you. Take a picture of it for more points. Save all three Jigglypuff for even more points.
Information in this section was contributed by Patpride57.

Kakuna:
To get a better photograph of Kakuna, hit a still Electrode in the Tunnel level and it will explode. The Kakunas will fall down from the ceiling and remaining hanging there for awhile. Try to get a shot with all three for even more points.
Information in this section was contributed by Chris Scala.

Kangaskhan:
There is a way to get a better picture of Kangaskhan. Go to the Beach level and play through until you see the backside of Kangaskhan. Throw a Pesterball at him and he will turn around and roar. Snap this photograph to get bonus points from Professor Oak.
Information in this section was contributed by Fireworks2000.

Larpas:
Play the Poké Flute near the shore of the Beach level for a better shot of Larpas.
Information in this section was contributed by Billy Zambrano.

Face towards the left at the Beach level and watch the shore line closely. Take a photograph of the Lapras whenever they appear, no matter what the quality. When approaching the Kangaskan, look towards the water and a Lapras will emerge from the water. This is the best photograph of the Lapras in the level.
Information in this section was contributed by Joey Lalama.

Magikarp:
Keep tossing Pester Balls into the water in the River or Valley levels until a Magikarp appears. Use the Dash Engine to zoom to Magikarp and it will almost land in the Zero-One, allowing you to get a close-up photos.
Information in this section was contributed by Kevin Setze.

Magmar:
Enter the Volcano level just past the Moltres egg until you reach the two Magmar. Throw some apples between the two and they will both run for it. When they both reach the food, they will use flamethrower attacks on each other. Take a picture when they use the flamethrower. Professor Oak will give 800 points for the picture.
Information in this section was contributed by Lazzo, PetaPan2, and General Vyper.

Throw an apple between the two Magmars on the cliff by Moltres' egg in the Volcano level. They will blow fire at each other which will give you an extra 1,200 points for Special Attack. If you get a close shot with both Magmars in the picture you should get around 7,000 total points.
Information in this section was contributed by OUTLAWADAM.

To get extra points for a Magmar photo, enter the Volcano level. When get near the Moltres egg, throw either an apple or a Pester Ball. It will fall into the lava and hatch. Do not bother with it this time. After you pass it, you should see two Magmar. Lure them together by throwing an apple between them. They will use flamethrower on each other, but make sure that you take the picture before they fall down. If the picture is taken when they are doing the attack (flamethrower), when Professor Oak gives you the points at the end of the course he will say "It looks hot" and give you at least 1,300 points for the pose.
Information in this section was contributed by #1 PhOtOgRaPhEr.

Mankey:
Wait until near the end of the Valley level. Two Squirtles will slide up a mountain at a Mankey. Wait until the last Squirtle is right between you and the Mankey, then throw a Pester Ball at it. With good timing, it will slide up the mountain and knock the Mankey off. You will be able to take a close-up picture of it right around the corner.
Information in this section was contributed by Harlequin.

Magnemite:
Throw an apple right in front of the Magnemite in the Tunnel level. It will stop its sonic wave and become photographable.
Information in this section was contributed by Billy Zambrano.

Magneton:
Throw apples at each of the three Magnemites in the Tunnel level to lure them together and evolve into Magneton.
Information in this section was contributed by Pokemon Master Larry and Billy Meabrod.

Meowth:
Play the Poké Flute in front of Meowth in the Beach level to make it dance for a better photograph.
Information in this section was contributed by Billy Zambrano.

At the end of the Beach level there are two Pidgey flying after Meowth. Watch them as they go off to the right side, as they will execute a gust attack to knock Meowth down. Hit the Pidgey with apples and they will fly away, leaving Meowth to dance for a photograph worth more points.
Information in this section was contributed by Lazzo.

Wait until after the Snorlax on the Beach level. Knock down the Meowth on the hill with Pester Balls before passing it. Start playing the Poké Flute. Meowth will dance for a photograph worth more points.
Information in this section was contributed by Berniebs.

Go to the beach level. Keep looking to your right and you will eventually see a Meowth on top of a rock ledge. Hit it with a Pester Ball, and it should fall and come down. Keep looking to your right, and it will appear right next to you and make a very funny angry face. You can get extra points for this pose.
Information in this section was contributed by Zambro7238.

When you pass Snorlax, throw a pester ball at Meowth. He will fall to the ground, stand up, stand on one leg and say "Meowth." Then he will flex like a body builder. It is not Meowth's special pose, but it is worth 1000 pose points.
Information in this section was contributed by Patpride57.

Metapod:
Throw Pester Balls at the Metapods in the Cave level and they will drop down for a close-up.
Information in this section was contributed by gojira95.

Mew:
Use the following technique to get an easier photograph of Mew. Once in the Rainbow level, pop Mew's energy shield by throwing Pester Balls at it. Then, use the Dash Engine to keep up with Mew for a minute, then snap away when he turns around to look at you. This must be done quickly before he returns inside the energy shield.
Information in this section was contributed by David and TroopZ.

Another technique is to hit Mew with a Pester Ball while it is chasing the energy shield. It will start spinning in place for a few seconds before disappearing. To keep it from disappearing, keep throwing Pester Balls at it. Do this through the whole level to keep Mew in front of you the entire time.
Information in this section was contributed by MyTeeMyke.

After the second time Mew flies at you in its energy shield, turn your camera to the left and up slightly. When Mew flies by it immediately does flips. Take a close-up of it in the classic curl position while its whole body is towards you, with the light will behind it. This results in a photograph worth over 8000 points.
Information in this section was contributed by Lazzo.

It is possible to get a score of 10,000 points on Mew. It also may appear on the right side. If it disappears on the left side hit, it will reappear on that side. If it disappears on the right side, then it will reappear on that site. If it disappears in the middle, the next location will be random.
Information in this section was contributed by MeCompuwiz and mew6187.

After breaking Mew's second shield, hit him with an apple. Do not hit him with a Pester Ball because it will not have any effect. This should result in a closer picture.
Information in this section was contributed by trevor.

When you have popped his energy shield, use the Dash Engine to speed up to him. Throw a pester ball at him to get a close-up photograph of Mew that should result in 8500 to 9000 points.
Information in this section was contributed by James A.Cusmano.

Moltres:
Go to the Volcano level and follow the path until reaching an egg in the middle of the road. Throw an apple at the egg to make it fall into the lava and Moltres will appear. Note: Wait for it to face you for additional points.
Information in this section was contributed by Billy Meabrod.

Muk:
Take photographs of the first two Grimmers in the Cave level. Then, throw Pester Balls at the third Grimmer in this level to evolve it into a Muk. If you are moderately fast, you will have good time left, and get a great angle.
Information in this section was contributed by Wayne Simon , Wendell Choy, and Iggy114.

There are two Grimers in the Cave level. Throw five apples at the second Grimer, then take a picture of it. Then a third Grimer will appear in the room where the three Dittos are on the left. Hit it with a pester ball three times and it will evolve into a Muk.
Information in this section was contributed by Josh Arico.

Pidgey:
Go to the Beach level and play through until you approach the end. You will see two Pidgeys flying overhead. Do not throw anything at them. They will fly near a Meowth and do their attack. Take a photograph of that event to get extra points from Professor Oak.
Information in this section was contributed by Fireworks2000.

Pikachu:
Play the Poké Flute in front of Pikachu in the Beach level to have it use a Thundershock attack for a better photograph.
Information in this section was contributed by Billy Zambrano.

Throw a Pester Ball at the Zubat that is carrying Pikachu in the Cave level. Pikachu will come down attached to balloons . Next, it will run over to where Articuno is found. Release Articuno with the Poké Flute. Look behind when approaching the end of the level to see Pikachu riding on Articuno.
Information in this section was contributed by BareJet12, MMB86, and RevsGuy.

On the Cave level, you should see a Zubat holding a Pikachu. Shoot the Zubat and he should drop Pikachu. Pikachu should then drop down and balloons should pop out. Keep taking photos and you should get about 1,000 points from it.
Information in this section was contributed by Nick.

Throw apples towards the Surf Board in the Beach level immediately after seeing Pikachu to have it pose on the board, including backflips to get more points.
Information in this section was contributed by gojira95 and VIPER55063.

After flushing Scyther out in the Beach level, two Pikachu will dash out and jump up on stumps. Play the Poké Flute and they will start zapping. The photo of Pikachu on a stump with a Thundershock is worth a lot of extra points.
Information in this section was contributed by gojira95 and DahlSparky.

Take a photograph of the first Pikachu that appears at the beginning of the Tunnel level. He will run backwards. Take another picture of the Pikachu and he will jump on Electrode. Take a photograph of that scene for extra points.
Information in this section was contributed by JDGraz6538, DahlSparky, and Skullh9654.

Get a photograph of Pikachu on a ball for 500 extra points. Get a photograph of Pikachu on a stump for 2500 extra points.
Information in this section was contributed by PetaPan2.

On the Beach level, throw apples to the left side of Pikachu for him to move. The surfboard has a lightning bolt on it. Get a photograph of surfing Pikachu for 1000 extra points.
Information in this section was contributed by PetaPan2, Tracy Oliver, and cindermellum1.

At the end of the River level, there is a Pikachu peeking over the top of a fallen log. Take a photograph of it to make it run out and briefly zoom around the clearing while trailing sparks. Take a photograph of it for 800 bonus points. It is very hard to get this shot in the middle of the frame.
Information in this section was contributed by Harlequin.

At the beginning at the Tunnel level, you will see a Pikachu. Take a photograph of it and it will run. Take another photograph of it when it stops. When it runs an Electrode will appear and the Pikachu will jump and roll on it. Take a close-up of this scene for extra points.
Information in this section was contributed by Goodmote.

Polywag:
Throw Pester Balls at the Polywags in the grass at the beginning of the River level. The Polywag will run to another position. Repeat until they all jump into the water. Take a photo of them jumping. Sometimes, if you throw an apple into the water, one or two will jump out very close for a great photograph.
Information in this section was contributed by enpligma.

To get a good picture of Poliwag, Pester Ball all three of them to last together. Then, when you almost below them, pester them out. With good timing and aim, you should be able to get a good photograph of all three of them.
Information in this section was contributed by akakitty.

Porygon:
Go past Vileplume's location in River level. Pass the Metapods, then look right when you see Psyduck near a lot of logs. Hit the wood-appearing objects that are flying around with a Pester Ball and Porygon will appear. Hit it with another Pester Ball and it will change into its original colors.
Information in this section was contributed by Bensq423.

When in the River level, you will reach a brown wall while still on the river. Throw a Pester Ball at the red button. A Porygon will appear. Take a picture quickly before it gets away.
Information in this section was contributed by brector.

Psyduck:
As you approach Psyduck on the River level, hit it with a pester ball. It will jump from log to log, doing great posses. Professor Oak will give you bonus points for photographs of the poses.
Information in this section was contributed by kristie49.

Rapidash:
After the first Rapidash runs by on the Volcano level, two more will appear on the right. Throw an apple at them they will start reigning. You can get more points for your photograph while they are on there hind legs, more points for their size, and more points because there are two of them.
Information in this section was contributed by Lazzo.

Sandshrew:
Hit a Geodude down with a Pester Ball in the Valley level and Sandshrew will appear from the ground.
Information in this section was contributed by Bensq423.

Sandslash:
Look towards the first Mankey near the beginning the Valley level. Something that resembles a Kadabra will appear further down the level. It is actually a Sandslash. Take a photograph of it when it goes into the ground for more points.
Information in this section was contributed by Bensq423.

Get to the area in the Valley level where Sandslash, Graveller and two Geodudes can be found. After they hide, throw Pester Balls at the two Geodudes. After they fall, Graveller will follow. When it hits the ground, Sandslash will pop out. You can get a nice close-up of it as it appears for more points.
Information in this section was contributed by Lazzo.

Shellder:
A group of four Shellders can be photographed near the Slowpoke area in the River level.
Information in this section was contributed by Pokemon Master Larry.

Go to the River level and try to turn the Slowpoke into a Slowbro. When the Shellder is on its tail and the Slowpoke is getting ready to evolve, turn towards Shellder and take a picture. You will get even more points if the score on size is 1000 points.
Information in this section was contributed by Cuddigan.

Slowbro:
Throw apples at the Slowpokes that appear near the wooden Shellder sign in the River level. Lead them to the mud spot next to the sign. The Slowpokes will put their tail into the water evolve into Slowbros after hitting the Shellders.
Information in this section was contributed by Spstano7.

Slowpoke:
Throw apples near the wooden Shellder sign in the River level to attract a group of Slowpokes.
Information in this section was contributed by Pokemon Master Larry.

Throw the apples as if you were trying to get Slowbro. Take a picture of Slowpoke with its tail in the water, and Professor Oak will grade it as a fishing Slowpoke.
Information in this section was contributed by Patpride57.

Snorlax:
Play the Poké Flute in front of Snorlax in the Beach level to wake it up for a better photograph.
Information in this section was contributed by Billy Zambrano.

Play the Poké Flute three times to get the best pose.
Information in this section was contributed by Linh Le.

Squirtle:
The little bumps in the water at the start of the Valley level are Squirtle shells. Throw Pester Balls at them and they will shoot onto land. Then, you can take close-up photographs, without them fleeing like the other Squirtles.
Information in this section was contributed by Lazzo and Nathan.

Starmie:
Take a photograph of Staryu in the center of the Valley level. Its gem will turn blue and it will begin to circle you until the whirlpool appears. Staryu will enter the whirlpool and come out as Starmie.
Information in this section was contributed by Bensq423 and Nanjc.

Sycther:
Throw Pester Balls in the tall grass in the Beach level.
Information in this section was contributed by Billy Zambrano.

To get a good picture of Scyther, throw Pester Balls at the first Meowth chasing a Pidgey while it is walking across the tracks. It should stop and fall down. Then, throw Pester Balls in the tall grass next to you. When Scyther comes out of the grass, take a few pictures of it but do not waste your film here. Ignore the Pikachus. When you pass the Butterfrees, you will reach a stretch of tall grass. Throw Pester Balls into the grass and Scyther will appear. This is your chance to get a good close up of Scyther Note: You may have to try this more before getting a good photograph.
Information in this section was contributed by akakitty.

Starmi:
Start game play in the Valley level. When the first Staryu appears, it will fly into the air and then start circling. Allow it to continue to circle until the whirlpool appears. It will jump into the whirlpool and evolve into Starmi.
Information in this section was contributed by Tophercmk.

Staryu:
Staryu appears above the water in the Valley level.
Information in this section was contributed by Bensq423.

Weapinbell:
This Pokemon can be found in the Cave level.

Victreebel:
Go to the end of the Cave level, until finding a Weapinbell flying around a pool of water. Knock it into the water to evolve it into Victreebel.
Information in this section was contributed by Billy Meabrod.

Vileplume:
Go to where a lot of green smoke is coming out of a flower top in the River level. Play the Poké Flute and Vileplume will come out and dance. Press C-Down again to see a different dance. This may be done again until all four dances are seen.
Information in this section was contributed by Bensq423.

Zapdos:
Go to the Tunnel. Just after the first door you will see a Pikachu next to a large egg in the distance. Throw some apples to lure the Pikachu closer to the egg. When Pikachu gets close enough, play the Poké Flute. Pikachu will start a Thundershock attack and zap the egg. The egg will hatch and Zapdos will appear. Note: You will need Zapdos to shock the generator if you want the Pokemon sign.
Information in this section was contributed by Billy Meabrod, Bryan Kessler, Billy Zambrano, and KTURN90.

Zubat:
Every time a steel door opens in the Tunnel level, a Zubat will appear.
Information in this section was contributed by Billy Zambrano.

Take pictures of all the Zubats in the Cave level. You will find three Zubats in an almost V-formation at the very end of the level.
Information in this section was contributed by MewLink64.


Number
Name Location
1
Bulbasaur River, Cave
4
Charmander Volcano
5
Charmeleon Volcano
6
Charizard Volcano
7
Squirtle Valley
11
Metapod River
12
Butterfree Beach
14
Kakuna Tunnel
16
Pidgey Beach
25
Pikachu Beach, Tunnel, River, Cave
27
Sandshrew Valley
28
Sandslash Valley
37
Vulpix Volcano
39
Jigglypuff Cave
41
Zubat Tunnel, Cave
45
Vileplume River
50
Diglett Tunnel
51
Dugtrio Tunnel
52
Meowth Beach
54
Psyduck River
56
Mankey Valley
58
Growlithe Volcano
59
Arcanine Volcano
60
Poliwag River
70
Weepinbell Cave
71
Victreebel Cave
74
Geodude Valley
75
Graveler Valley
78
Rapidash Volcano
79
Slowpoke River
80
Slowbro River
81
Magnemite Tunnel
82
Magneton Tunnel
84
Doduo Beach
88
Grimer Cave
89
Muk Cave
90
Shellder River
91
Cloyster River
93
Haunter Tunnel
101
Electrode Tunnel
109
Koffing Cave
113
Chansey Beach
115
Kangaskhan Beach
118
Goldeen Valley
120
Staryu Valley
121
Starmie Valley
123
Scyther Beach
124
Jynx Cave
125
Electabuzz Tunnel
126
Magmar Volcano
129
Magikarp Beach, Tunnel, Volcano, River, Cave, Valley
130
Gyarados Valley
131
Lapras Beach
132
Ditto Cave
133
Eevee Beach
137
Porygon River
143
Snorlax Beach
144
Articuno Cave
145
Zapdos Tunnel
146
Moltres Volcano
147
Dratini Valley
149
Dragonite Valley
151
Mew Myuu Rainbow Cloud

Information in this section was contributed by Hitmonle12.


Unlock the Cave level:
Throw a Pester Ball to your right immediately before reaching the end of the River Level. You will see part of a Porygon sticking out in the air from the cliffs and a red button on the ground. The Porygon will trigger the switch and open the path to the Cave level.
Information in this section was contributed by PetaPan2.

Unlock the Volcano level:
Throw Pester Balls or apples at the last Electrode in the Tunnel level, near the exit gate. It will self-destruct and open a path to the Volcano level.
Information in this section was contributed by Billy Zambrano.

Unlock the Rainbow level:
Successfully complete the Valley level and take photographs off all six Pokémon signs. Professor Oak will open the Rainbow level with Mew. It is very hard to capture, and is worth a lot of points.
Information in this section was contributed by Bryan Kessler.

Hitting the switch on the Valley level:
To hit the switch and continue on with the "Pokémon Sign" mission from Professor Oak, wait until you reach the whirlpool where Dragonite can be found in the Valley level. On the right side you will see two to three Squirtles. All but one will slide up the hill towards the Mankey that is at the top. Throw a Pester Ball at the Squirtle so it also slides up the hill in Mankey's direction. The Mankey will then be near the switch, but not on it. If you have time, take a good photograph of it, then knock it back on the switch with a Pester Ball.
Information in this section was contributed by Bryan Kessler and PetaPan2.

Getting the six Pokémon signs:
After completing the Valley level by hitting the Mankey on the switch, Professor Oak will tell you to take photographs. Here are their locations:
Information in this section was contributed by Bryan Kessler, Billy Zambrano, and Moore Ryan.

Kingler
On the Beach level, after passing Pikachu, turn around and take a photograph of the rock with seaweed that resembles a crab.
Pinsir
In the Tunnel, wait until Zapdos has hatched and turns on the power. When you pass the Electabuzzes and Pikachu, look to your right to see Pinsir's shadow on the wall.
Koffing
In the Volcano level, throw a Pester Ball into the small volcano to the left of the first Rapidash that appears. Smoke in the shape of Koffing will appear.
Cubone
In the River level, play the Poké Flute in front of the sleeping Vileplume. The smoke will disappear and a tree in the shape of Cubone will appear.
Mewtwo
In the Cave level, after hitting the two Koffings chasing Jigglypuff with apples, turn around to the left while near Weepinbell and to see some bright crystals/stars. Take a photograph and it will turn out to be Mewtwo.
Dugtrio
In the start of the Valley level, take a photograph of the mountain behind the Mankey.

View ending sequence:
Successfully take photographs of all Pokemon in the game and unlock all the levels. After saving the game an ending sequence featuring the photographs you captured will begin. Note: there are a total of sixty-three Pokemon in the game.
Information in this section was contributed by Pokemon Master Larry and PetaPan2.

Hint: "Dead" Pokemon:
At times if a Pester Ball is thrown at a Pokemon, it will fall down and appear as if it were dead. Take a photograph of it in this position to get 800 points for the "Dead Pokemon" pose.
Information in this section was contributed by PetaPan2.

Hint: Faster points screen:
Hold B after you finish with a level and Professor Oak gives you points for your pictures.
Information in this section was contributed by Anthony.

Hint: Too close for points:
Although you should get more points for having a Pokemon take up most of a photo, do not take pictures that are too close. You will get low points for the size.
Information in this section was contributed by PetaPan2 and TricksterBoy02.

Hint: Too many Pokemon for points:
Taking a picture that contains too many of the same Pokemon, such as ten Charmanders, will result in less points.
Information in this section was contributed by Linh Le.

Hint :Specials:
Information in this section was contributed by #1 PhOtOgRaPhEr and L.Poulain.

Mew (Rainbow Cloud): 2,500 points
Balloon Pikachu (Cave): 1,600 points
Pikachu on a stump (Beach): 1,300 points
Surfing Pikachu (Beach): 1,000 points
Pikachu on ball (Cave): 600 points
Jigglypuff on Stage (Cave): 500 points
Flying Pikachu (Cave): 2,000 points
Speedy Pikachu (River): 800 points
Gust-using Pidgey (Beach): 500 points
Fighting Magmar (Volcano): 800 points
Jigglypuff on stage (Cave): 500 points
Graveler's group dance (Valley): 500 points

Glitch: Mewtwo's tail:
Go to the River level. When you get to the Metapods, throw an apple at them all, then look up very quickly. You should see a tail from at Mewtwo. Take a picture of it. When you get Professor Oak's rating, he says it is not worth any points.
Information in this section was contributed by shelly.


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