Pokémon Project Studio facts for kids
Quick facts for kidsPokémon Project Studio
Red and Blue cover art
|Publisher(s)||The Learning Company|
Pokémon Project Studio is a creation studio package for Microsoft Windows, released on November 9, 1999 in North America. It was licensed by Nintendo of America, Inc., developed by Leisure Concepts and published by The Learning Company. The package has two versions, Pokémon Project Studio Red and Pokémon Project Studio Blue, and includes the Pokémon from the Game Boy games Pokémon Red and Blue along with art of human characters from the Pokémon anime series.
From the main menu users can choose the type of media they wish to create including greeting cards, signs, birthday kits, banners, photos, stationery, envelopes, calendars, paper crafts, certificates and stickers. The user can use several included images and templates or they can import custom images into the picture. Each CD contains 81 different Pokémon. The kind of Pokémon they get depends on whether they are running the Red CD or the Blue CD. For example only the Red CD has Mewtwo, while Raichu only appears in the Blue CD.
The package was targeted at families with the aim introducing the Pokémon franchise to parents unfamiliar with it, while children enjoy exercising their creativity and imagination.
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