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Pokémon HOME

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Title Screen

Pokémon HOME

Developers: The Pokémon Company, ILCA
Publisher: The Pokémon Company
Platforms: Android, iOS, Nintendo Switch
Released internationally: February 12, 2020

GraphicsIcon.png This game has unused graphics.
SoundIcon.png This game has unused sounds.
TextIcon.png This game has unused text.
Carts.png This game has revisional differences.

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Pokémon HOME is the successor to Pokémon Bank, now being split between a mobile and console version unike its predecessor.

Trading Pokémon, Mystery Gifts, checking Battle Data and News are exclusive to the mobile version, while transferring Pokémon from Bank and "Judging Pokémon" are possible in both versions.


Revisional Differences
Version 19000 28-10-2019
Version 20200 2019-11-01
Version 28300 2019-12-18

Unused Graphics

assets\gif\433ee880bd7192400ee3c59489d572da.gif was a GIF of a woman dressed as Vocaloid Meiko dancing and accidentally hitting a chibi model of Vocaloid Rin. This was originally posted by Twitter user Arak2, which itself is based on this video. Given the random subject matter and gibberish filename (usually evidence that a video or gif has been downloaded directly off of Twitter using an external program), this was most likely something a developer quickly grabbed off their Twitter timeline to test out GIF files and forgot to delete afterwards. It was eventually removed in version 1.0.2.


Meanwhile, a few significantly less strange GIFs were also present, featuring Pikachu’s animations ripped straight from the Generation VII games. These were all removed in version 1.0.3.

Android-PokémonHomev1.0.0-pikachu.gif Android-PokémonHomev1.0.0-pikachu-2.gif Android-PokémonHomev1.0.0-pikachu-3.gif Android-PokémonHomev1.0.0-pikachu-4.gif Android-PokémonHomev1.0.0-pikachu-5.gif

Unseen Pokémon Titles


In the text files for Pokédex entries exist two additional Pokémon titles, listed alongside the other games in the series. All Pokédex entries within the files associated with these are identical to the ones in the Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire Pokédexes, with the exception that all alternate formes have been removed. Given that NX is the Nintendo Switch's codename, this may suggest either that a Switch version of the titles was once planned, or (more likely) that Switch versions of the games were created for the sake of internal testing.

(Source: SciresM)

Unused Pokémon Forms

Jynx and Celesteela each have an unused second form with their own unique cries. It is not currently known what these additional forms are for, but it suggests that another form for these Pokémon may have been in the works at some point. The effects used to distort Jynx's cry sound quite similar to the ones used in Mega Evolutions, and the filename (pv124_m01) also matches the naming scheme for Mega Evolution cries (for instance, Mewtwo's are pv150_m01 and pv150_m02), so it could belong to a scrapped one for Jynx.


(Source: Matt)