The Game Center is a place where you can play for Game Chips, which may be exchanged for various prizes. It is owned and run by Mewton M. Meowth the Third.
How to access
You can access the Game Center by hovering over the "Town" tab, located at the top of every page.
The Game Center uses a special currency, the Game Chips. You can purchase Game Chips with Pokédollars, provided you have less than 1,000 Game Chips in hand. This is made to prevent players to buy Game Center rewards just with Pokédollars.
You can see your current Game Chips balance at the left bottom in the Game Center page.
Egg vouchers can be redeemed in the game center, they are a one-time-use item only. Vouchers do not expire and can be redeemed at an time. You must have an party space open before redeeming the voucher all pokemon are sent there in an egg form. They are also tradable items that can be held by pokemon.
Currently available vouchers are: Retro Kanto Starters, Retro Mew, Lugia, and Lake Trio Vouchers.
The only influence in this game is luck, so you might win or lose multiple times in a row.
Higher or lower
|Mult. factor.||x 0.5||x 0.8||x 1.2||x 1.7||x 2.3||x 3||x 3.8||x 4.7||x 5.7||x 6.8||...|
The hiker will give you one number between 2 and 9, and then he will choose another number between 1 and 10. You have to guess if his new number is higher or lower than the first one.
After every round ends, you have the possibility of end the game. Doing so will save all your winnings so far. If you decide to keep going and you lose, then all your winnings will be lost.
You can buy up to 10,000 Lottery Tickets per day. You are entitled to one free ticket every day. (The first ticket is only for free if you do not randomize it, though.) Any further tickets will cost 50 Game Chips each.
Note: You can't change your selection after buying a ticket. If you want to pick a new selection, you will have to buy a new ticket.
You will be notified by the Notifications page if you won anything or not when the drawing ends.
|5||Shiny Lugia Egg + 20,000 Game Chips|
|4||Lugia Egg + 5,000 Game Chips|
|3||1,000 Game Chips|
|2||200 Game Chips|
This is special slot machine located in the Game Center. To use it, you must earn Golden Game Chips. These are different than the game chips you earn playing the other games and buy. You can earn Golden Game Chips by interacting with Pokemon and eggs, you can also have a chance to win more golden game chips if you get 3 pikachus in Legend mode. Other than that their is no other way to earn game chips.
Golden Game Chips is also commonly abbreviated into GGC.
Treasure HuntAsian Week celebration and has become a permanent game ever since. The game costs 500 GC to play. There is a cooldown of ten minutes between each round, where you have to pay 500 Game Chips again. If you are too impatient to wait, however, you can also skip the waiting time by paying a few nuggets as a fee instead.
The concept of this game is that nine chests are displayed and you guess which one contains treasure in it. You have a 1 in 9 chance to win a prize. The possible prizes can be found in the table below.
There is also the chance to find the imprisoned Legendary Hoopa and activate the Hoopa Quest.
Hangman is a simple word guessing game. A random word is a selected and then "dashes" like so "_ _ _ _" are shown on the screen to represent the word. Then on the alphabet below, simply press a letter you think the word contains. If you have guessed correctly, the letter will be shown in place of a dash. If you have guessed incorrectly, a part of a stick figure on gallows will be drawn. If you continue to guess incorrect letters the drawing of the stick figure will become more complete hence the name "hangman". You have 6 lives in total and a life will be taken away if your guess is wrong.
All words are pokemon or pokeheroes related. You can also suggest more words to be added to the data base here. The game chips awarded for a correct word varies based on the difficulty of the word as well as the number of solved hangman in a row.
In this game you get a bunch of cards you have to flip around by clicking on them and find the two Pokémon matches. If you find them, they will disappear, if not, they will flip back and you can choose two cards again.
The game continues till you found all matching cards and clear the game table.
After every cleared table you win some Game Chips - the amount is based on the choosen difficulty mode and on how many time you fliped the cards to end the game.
You will also be able to win a Daily Prize which is a Retro Egg. The Retro Egg will change every day and the probability of winning one is fairly low, but the chance is increased the better you perform at the game. You can only win one retro egg per day.
Note: To receive the Retro Egg you need a free spot in your party! If your party is full you won't receive the egg but you will be able to win it again later if you are lucky.
|There are three different difficulty levels|
|Difficulty Mode||GC fee||Amount of cards|
|The Daily Prizes so far|
|Chikorita (Retro)||Cyndaquil (Retro)||Totodile (Retro)|
|Sentret (Retro)||Hoothoot (Retro)|
After earning enough Game Chips, you can buy different items and even Pokémon with them. Next to various berries and Pokéballs, you can also get exclusive form-changing items for Genesect here. Mewton M. Meowth as well as the legendary Johto Trio (Raikou, Entei and Suicune) and Manaphy can only be obtained here. You can even buy the shiny version of the aforementioned legendary Pokémon here if you have enough Game Chips.
Vouchers obtained as rewards at the Game Center as well as through buying a Premium membership can also be redeemed here.