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  • POKEMON JR ADVENTURE GAME Emergency 1
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  • Shipping Weight: 7.2 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B00002CF79
  • Item model number: 41413
  • Manufacturer recommended age: 8 years and up
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #23,536 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (16 customer reviews)
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This storytelling game is an ideal guide to the fun and fantastic world of Pokémon. Each of the game's exciting episodes provides an opportunity for parents to read to their children, with all the mutual benefits that confers. But this is not just a passive listening experience--along the way, kids exercise their reading and math skills and flex their imaginations as they help determine each episode's plot and outcome. The 60-page instruction booklet includes a guide for parents, complete playing instructions, and 16 fun episodes such as Spearow Trouble, Pokémon Emergency, and Samurai's Challenge. Everything needed to play is included in the 6-by-4-by-1.75-inch box. --Ava Natov

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Recommended for a Parent and 1-6 Players ages 6-8.

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Super fun easy to learn.
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This is my five year old daughter's favorite toy!
Lisa Silva
There's a hint, Wizards of the Coast!
QuickMan

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19 of 19 people found the following review helpful By Lisa Silva on October 19, 2000
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This is my five year old daughter's favorite toy! Our whole family played the adventure through together: each player pretends to be a Pokemon trainer traveling to Pewter city, collecting Pokemon along the way. It loosely follows the story-line of the first few cartoon episodes. Children can role-play and add details to the story as they like. They can follow the story, or they can use the cards to make up their own Pokemon battles. I was surprised at how fast my daughter picked up on hit points and attack rolls! I hope that Hasbro will come out with another adventure soon.
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12 of 12 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on December 31, 1999
This is a fine way to enjoy playing with the Pokemon characters with small children (even my 4 year old), without the complicated trading card rules. The game takes you through a 2-3 hour scripted adventure story with lots of Pokemon battles (sort of a friendlier Dungeons and Dragons for preschoolers) using simplified big print Pokemon character cards. However, keep in mind that small kids like to hear the same story over and over -- which is important because there is only one story in the box and they will expect you to play it again. And again. Hence the durability rating.
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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Karen Hunter on January 5, 2001
My six year old son and I very much enjoy the 1st episode of the Pokemon Jr. Adventures, Pokemon Emergency. We play this game over and over, and have recently paired it with the electronic Pokedex.
Unfortunately, after correspondence with Wizards of the Coast, the creators of Pokemon, we were informed that due to licensing problems there would be no additional episodes released for Pokemon Jr. Adventures. Therefore, while we have no trouble making up our own stories, it is impossible to acquire the full set of Pokemon Jr. Cards.
All in all this is a wonderful game and for the price is very well worth it, just don't look for episode 2, it's not going to happen.
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11 of 14 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on January 31, 2000
My daughter is six and she gets a big kick out of this game! It also helps with thinking and counting skills, so I consider it quite educational. I didn't find it too hard to come up with a new story to use with the game.
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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful By QuickMan on October 12, 2000
My younger cousins got this game for Christmas, which was a blessing, for they wanted to play with my cards. (Keep in mind, little kids (under 8) tend to be sticky... >.<)
The instructions for this card game were much easier to understand, and it made a great stepping stone towards the more advanced Pokémon CCG. Though, to my cousins' dismay, the two games could not be mixed. (They just want to beat the competition with my Mewtwo cards.) The damage and HP are vastly different. The Pokémon Jr. HP rating being lower than the CCG made combining the two games impossible. (Try telling that to three hyperactive children with attention spans three seconds long.)
But, the Pokémon Jr. game is still fun, even for a seasoned CCG player. In fact, I found the Jr. game to be harder. o.O It's still fun, and to play it with a storyline added to the amusement. The CCG doesn't do that. (There's a hint, Wizards of the Coast!)
But, if you have younger children who wish to play the Pokémon card game, yet are too young to understand the complex play and instructions of the CCG, this game's a good head-start. An excellent five stars.
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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on January 10, 2000
Pokemon Jr. provides an incredibly enjoyable platform for children to interact and have fun within the Pokemon world. The pack is simple to use with bright, colourful character cards with big text and simple rules - for almost any adult providing they have the inclination. The cards could do with being thicker - as my youngest started bending them within moments of them coming to hand.
The adventure is great - and for myself, as a roleplayer, the durability of the product is increased by the fact that I'll happily put further adventures together myself for the future.
Being able to buy additional character cards separately would be useful. A big thumbs up for this one and looking forward to future expansions almost as much as my children.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on December 30, 1999
This game is a great for young children interested in Pokemon. It can excercise their imagination and serve as an outlet for their energy, in a fun battle and adventure game, where kids control the action and equally have the opportunity to win or lose and become Pokemon masters!
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2 of 3 people found the following review helpful A Kid's Review on July 27, 2000
This is great! I don't own it, but when I spent the night at my friend's house, we played this game and we loved it. If we lost to Team Rocket, we just battled them until we won.
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