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Victini's V-Spin Dungeon

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Title Screen

Victini's V-Spin Dungeon

Also known as: Territorio Ruleta V de Victini (SP), Victinis V-Rad-Dungeon (DE), Ruota dei dungeon di Victini (IT), le Donjon rotatif de Victini (FR)
Publisher: The Pokémon Company
Platform: Adobe Flash
Released in JP: 2012
Released in US: 2013

GraphicsIcon.png This game has unused graphics.
MusicIcon.png This game has unused music.
TextIcon.png This game has unused text.
RegionIcon.png This game has regional differences.

Victini's V-Spin Dungeon is a promotional Flash web game for Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Gates to Infinity.

Documentation and archives can be found on the Mystery Dungeon Franchise Wiki.

Unused Graphics

FLV Icon

PMDV FLVIcon.png

An FLV icon, possibly used as a placeholder for the "Watch Video" function during development.

Earlier Copyright Date

PMDV EarlierDate.png

Because the Japanese version of the game was published earlier, the bar at the bottom of the screen shows an earlier copyright date. This version of the bar is unused in the other versions, where a 2013 copyright bar is used instead.

Unused Music


When you beat the game, it plays the sound effect SE_EVT_TA_DAH rather than this music track, rendering it unused.

Unused Text

Found in the text strings in the English .swf version of the game is a string in Japanese, likely a comment from a developer. It can also be found in one of the sprites.

Japanese Translation Notes
PV が自動再生されます。 The promo video will be automatically played back.

Regional Differences

Title Screen

The title screen varies for different languages. The English and Japanese logos are unique, while the other languages received less detailed logos.

Japanese English Spanish
PMDVSpinTitleJP.png PMDVSpinTitle.png PMDVSpinTitleSP.png
German Italian French
PMDVSpinTitleDE.png PMDVSpinTitleIT.png PMDVSpinTitleFRA.png

Gameplay Restrictions

In the Japanese version, the game stops after three turns, and the player needs to wait for the next day to keep playing. In the other versions, the game can be played three times a day.

Other Changes

Additionally the codes the players receive are different between versions.