- May 12, 2020
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SECTION A: SYNOPSIS
Perhaps you have played crossovers before. This game is a fangame of two different games: Undertale and Pokémon. Come explore an Underground full of monsters, including pocket ones, and figure out how to empty the Underground. Kill them all, save them all, this world is yours to do as you wish. There might even be a way to save some monsters that couldn’t originally be saved…
Visit the world of Undertale recreated in RPG Maker MZ, with the limitations but also the bonus of MZ: while the battle system is that of MZ, it still allows you to CHECK, ACT, or TALK to monsters as you see fit. For now, the graphics are a combination of the original Undertale graphics and recolored RTP, making the game look both familiar and different.
Choose your character, your name, your age, and even your gender. Currently you have six of the default characters to choose from, but I plan to implement some more later on.
This world is slightly different from the worlds you know on different levels: pokémon aren’t captured with pokéballs, but by ACTing your way into a pokémon’s good graces. Feed, pet, play, or squash pokémons. Just like monsters, each pokémon may have a slightly different combination in order to win them over. But unlike normal Pokémon games, there’s no limit to the total number of pokémon you can have with you (though you can only take up to four characters in battle). Some of them are special pokémon, such as Eve, Goddess of Evolution. You can even switch characters mid-battle.
This game features many hidden rooms and secrets. Check the walls, cracks, and other vines to find hidden fairies, cult gargoyles, mysterious ghosts, sad boxes, or more simply gold and items. Explore and find out all the secrets and the pokémon you can acquire. This is one of the side-quests currently available in the quest journal.
Currently, several areas available: the Ruins or the tutorial area of Undertale, Snowdin, Waterfall, and Hotland. I intend to make the entirety of Undertale available, plus the Surface (assuming I have enough maps to do so. If I don’t, I might make Undermon II).