Pokemon Silver Version and Pokemon Gold Version are Role Playing video games that were released by Nintendo for the Game Boy Color in 1999.
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Every new version of the popular Pokemon Roms series introduces new features or innovations. The Pokemon Silver Version’s objective is to capture and train new Pokemon and fight them. A variety of elements, such as day and night gameplay and the ability to breed and mutate Pokemon, add an exciting dimension to the game.
As in the previous games the player character receives his very first Pokemon. It is a choice of Chikorita and Cindaquil. Professor Elm gives the option to the Pokemon scientist to give the Pokemon a name. From there, he embarks on his journey to earn the eight Gym Badges from Johto and challenge the Elite Four or Champion to be the new Pokemon Master. The mysterious boy who stole the Pokemon from Professor Elm is the opponent. He regularly challenges him to see his strengths. The player is also confronted by the evil Team Rocket. He and his friends reunited to look for Giovanni, their former leader, to restore the group’s glory.
While you can transfer Pokemon from all three editions (red, blue, and yellow), as well as train them new tricks, you won’t have the ability to transfer your newly-caught creatures to any other games. Special, limited edition gold- and silver Game Boy Colors will be available with Pokemon characters.
Pokemon Silver is an identical game to Pokemon Gold, However, it has minor gameplay variations. The story is the same as Pokemon Gold. Players play the familiar role of a young Pokemon trainer who wants to collect as many types of Pokemon as possible. Similar to previous games’ gameplay, the majority of gameplay is exploration and Pokemon battles. The unique battle system works in a way that’s like a twist on rock paper scissors.
Pokemon Silver usually manages to remain visually appealing. Pokemon Gold and Pokemon Silver both come in full color, which makes the world more lively and alive. While it might not seem important these days to be in color, it’s still important that Johto and the revamped Kanto feel more detailed and fascinating than the original games.
Pokemon Gold, as well as silver, are both played from a top-down perspective. This allows players to navigate the protagonist in the fictional world while interacting with other people and objects. They will come across different terrains such as forests, caves, grassy fields, and seas, where the different Pokemon species reside. The field changes to a turn-based battlefield scene, where the Pokemon will fight as soon as the player has encountered one of them randomly.