Attraction (PokéPark)

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Attractions (Japanese: アトラクション Attraction) are games hosted by various Pokémon found in PokéPark Wii: Pikachu's Adventure and PokéPark 2: Wonders Beyond. They are held as entertainment for guests to the PokéPark and challenge each guest to play against one another in a contest of various skills, such as speed, stamina, and strength. Each Pokémon has an expected goal, and when they achieve that goal, will earn a bonus prize.

PokéPark Wii: Pikachu's Adventure

PokéPark Wii: Pikachu's Adventure has a total of fourteen different Attractions throughout the eight Zones.

Bulbasaur's Daring Dash

 
Mew races other Pokémon in Bulbasaur's Daring Dash.

In Bulbasaur's Daring Dash (Japanese: フシギダネのふりふりダッシュ Fushigidane's Foot Race), players move the Wii remote up and down to run as fast as they can. Mew is the best at this attraction and is unlocked automatically after clearing the Sky Pavilion.

Bulbasaur's Daring Dash
"A fast and frantic foot race!"
Zone: Meadow Zone Cost: 5 Berries
Pokémon Time for Bonus Pokémon Time for Bonus
 
Pikachu
00:09.70 seconds  
Caterpie
00:13.70 seconds
 
Chimchar
00:09.80 seconds  
Magikarp
00:14.50 seconds
 
Treecko
00:10.00 seconds  
Jolteon
00:06.10 seconds
 
Bibarel
00:10.10 seconds  
Arcanine
00:06.30 seconds
 
Turtwig
00:10.50 seconds  
Leafeon
00:06.50 seconds
 
Bulbasaur
00:10.80 seconds  
Scyther
00:06.80 seconds
 
Bidoof
00:10.90 seconds  
Ponyta
00:07.10 seconds
 
Oddish
00:11.10 seconds  
Shinx
00:07.40 seconds
 
Shroomish
00:11.30 seconds  
Eevee
00:07.70 seconds
 
Munchlax
00:11.60 seconds  
Pachirisu
00:08.10 seconds
 
Bonsly
00:11.90 seconds  
Buneary
00:08.70 seconds
 
Lotad
00:12.40 seconds  
Croagunk
00:09.20 seconds
 
Weedle
00:13.10 seconds  
Mew
00:05:20 seconds


Venusaur's Vine Swing

 
Jirachi plays Venusaur's Vine Swing.

In Venusaur's Vine Swing (Japanese: フシギバナのスイングロープ Fushigibana's Rope Swinging), players swing the Wii remote to swing the vine. Pressing 2 releases the Pokémon, and how far it goes depends on the angle of release and the momentum of the swing. Jirachi is the best at this attraction.

Venusaur's Vine Swing
"Swing to and fro, then let go!"
Zone: Meadow Zone Cost: 5 Berries
Pokémon Distance for Bonus Pokémon Distance for Bonus
 
Pikachu
131.20 ft.  
Pachirisu
144.32 ft.
 
Munchlax
124.64 ft.  
Ambipom
236.16 ft.
 
Croagunk
219.76 ft.  
Blaziken
285.36 ft.
 
Magikarp
72.16 ft.  
Infernape
275.52 ft.
 
Mankey
203.36 ft.  
Lucario
265.68 ft.
 
Aipom
190.24 ft.  
Primeape
255.84 ft.
 
Chimchar
173.84 ft.  
Tangrowth
246.00 ft.
 
Treecko
160.72 ft.  
Jirachi
328.08 ft.

Pelipper's Circle Circuit

 
Latias flies through Pelipper's Circle Circuit.

In Pelipper's Circle Circuit (Japanese: ペリッパーのはばたきスカイレース Pelipper's Sky Flap Race), players tilt the Wii remote to make the Pokémon move around the screen. They must fly through rings to get points: gold is worth 100, red is worth 300, and rainbow is worth 1,000. After each possible Pokémon (excluding Pikachu) has received a bonus for their performance, Latias is unlocked. She is the best choice when playing this attraction, being able to score over 30,000 points.

Pelipper's Circle Circuit
"Aim at the Circles as you fly!"
Zone: Beach Zone Cost: 10 Berries
Pokémon Points for Bonus Pokémon Points for Bonus
 
Pikachu*
8,500  
Pidgeotto
12,000
 
Murkrow
9,600  
Butterfree
11,000
 
Taillow
9,300  
Pelipper
14,000
 
Spearow
9,000  
Gliscor
15,000
 
Starly
8,800  
Honchkrow
16,000
 
Wingull
8,600  
Togekiss
17,000
 
Staravia
13,000  
Staraptor
18,000
 
Tropius
10,000  
Latias
30,000

Gyarados's Aqua Dash

 
Manaphy surfs through Gyarados's Aqua Dash.

In Gyarados's Aqua Dash (Japanese: ギャラドスのマリンスライダー Gyarados's Marine Slider), players hold 2 to propel the Pokémon forwards, while tilting the Wii remote to turn. Hitting Carvanha or Sharpedo will slow them down, while hitting a speed boost will make them faster. After each possible Pokémon (excluding Pikachu) has received a bonus for their performance, Manaphy is unlocked. It is the best choice when playing this attraction, being able to score less than 0:18.50 seconds.

Gyarados's Aqua Dash
"Surf and splash!"
Zone: Beach Zone Cost: 10 Berries
Pokémon Time for Bonus Pokémon Time for Bonus
 
Pikachu*
0:29.50 seconds  
Vaporeon
0:24.50 seconds
 
Psyduck
0:32.00 seconds  
Prinplup
0:25.00 seconds
 
Azurill
0:34.00 seconds  
Bibarel
0:25.50 seconds
 
Slowpoke
0:36.00 seconds  
Buizel
0:26.00 seconds
 
Empoleon
0:22.50 seconds  
Corsola
0:27.00 seconds
 
Floatzel
0:23.00 seconds  
Piplup
0:28.00 seconds
 
Feraligatr
0:23.50 seconds  
Lotad
0:29.00 seconds
 
Golduck
0:24.00 seconds  
Manaphy
0:18.50 seconds

Empoleon's Snow Slide

 
Suicune slides down Empoleon's Snow Slide.

In Empoleon's Snow Slide (Japanese: エンペルトのスノースライダー Emperte's Snow Slider), players must guide the Pokémon around a course of snow, tilting the Wii remote to turn. There are speed boosts which may help the player, but they can also make it difficult to get around corners. The Pokémon will slow down if it hits a wall or an obstacle. The fastest Pokémon in this attraction is Suicune.

Empoleon's Snow Slide
"Speed down a snowy mountain!"
Zone: Iceberg Zone Cost: 10 Berries
Pokémon Time for Bonus Pokémon Time for Bonus
 
Pikachu*
0:58.00 seconds  
Delibird
0:50.00 seconds
 
Teddiursa
0:59.00 seconds  
Piloswine
0:51.00 seconds
 
Magikarp
1:00.00 seconds  
Prinplup
0:52.00 seconds
 
Empoleon
0:45.00 seconds  
Squirtle
0:53.00 seconds
 
Glaceon
0:46.00 seconds  
Piplup
0:54.00 seconds
 
Blastoise
0:47.00 seconds  
Quagsire
0:55.50 seconds
 
Glalie
0:48.00 seconds  
Spheal
0:57.00 seconds
 
Lapras
0:49.00 seconds  
Suicune
0:40.00 seconds

Bastiodon's Block Barrage

 
Metagross smashes through Bastiodon's Block Barrage.

In Bastiodon's Block Barrage (Japanese: トリデプスのパネルクラッシュ Trideps' Panel Crash), players move the Pokémon across the bottom of the screen by using the directional buttons on the Wii remote to stop the ball from getting past. To get points, the ball must hit wooden panels with numbers on them. Pressing the 2 button to hit the ball gives it power, which means it can get past Bastiodon, who moves side to side in front of the panels, and the many Dugtrio who pop up on the field. If an unpowered ball hits a Dugtrio from the front, it will be deflected back towards the player. If it hits from behind, the Dugtrio may go underground and let the ball pass, or it might deflect the ball back to the panels to score more points. If a powered up ball (power shot) hits Bastiodon, he will become dizzy and will temporarily be disabled. If the player shoots the ball normally, the points will equal 100 times the number on the panel. If the player uses a power shot, the points will equal 200 times the number on the wooden panel. For example, hitting a 2 gets 200 points and hitting a 4 with a power shot gets 800 points. Hitting two panels at once will not get a bonus, it will just get both the scores. The highest possible score in this game is 99,999 and the best Pokémon to play as is Metagross.

Bastiodon's Block Barrage
"Shoot the ball, smash the blocks!"
Zone: Cavern Zone Cost: 20 Berries
Pokémon Points for Bonus Pokémon Points for Bonus
 
Torchic
1,000  
Sudowoodo
8,000
 
Meowth
1,500  
Raichu
9,000
 
Sableye
2,000  
Mr. Mime
12,000
 
Pikachu
2,500  
Ursaring
15,000
 
Magby
3,500  
Hitmonlee
18,000
 
Chimchar
4,000  
Magmortar
20,000
 
Gible
4,500  
Electivire
24,000
 
Charmander
5,500  
Metagross
99,000

Rhyperior's Bumper Burn

 
Heatran spins through Rhyperior's Bumper Burn.

In Rhyperior's Bumper Burn (Japanese: ドサイドンのおしだしヒートアップ Dosaidon's Heat Up Fight), the player must tilt the Wii remote to bump as many Pokémon out of a circular stadium as possible in the given time limit to earn points. These are awarded for bumping other Pokémon out of the stadium and deducted for befriended Pokémon being bumped out of the stadium. Pokémon can unleash a special attack by pressing the 2 button after collecting a power-boost. Some attacks will cause the Pokémon to spin rapidly; others will cause them to explode or unleash an elemental attack. The best Pokémon to play as in this attraction is Heatran.

Rhyperior's Bumper Burn
"Spin around! Bump others out!"
Zone: Lava Zone Cost: 20 Berries
Pokémon Points for Bonus Pokémon Points for Bonus
 
Magnemite
1,000  
Torterra
14,000
 
Pikachu
3,000  
Snorlax
16,000
 
Bonsly
4,000  
Venusaur
18,000
 
Baltoy
5,000  
Flareon
25,000
 
Torkoal
6,000  
Hitmontop
30,000
 
Quilava
8,000  
Tyranitar
40,000
 
Claydol
10,000  
Rhyperior
50,000
 
Magnezone
13,000  
Heatran
70,000

Blaziken's Boulder Bash

 
Groudon smashes boulders in Blaziken's Boulder Bash.

In Blaziken's Boulder Bash (Japanese: バシャーモのパンチングロックス Bursyamo's Punching Rock), players must swing the Wii remote to smash or deflect the rocks shot at them, depending on the timing of the swing. The rocks fly faster as the game progresses and are shot by a giant machine which appears to be controlled by Blaziken (unless the player is playing as this Pokémon) and Golem. If the Pokémon is hit by a rock, the player must shake the Wii remote for it to recover. Points are awarded for the timing of the attack and the number of times the Pokémon destroys a rock in a row. 100 points are awarded if the blow is not completely in time; 300 points are awarded for excellent timing. The points are multiplied by the number of times the Pokémon hits a rock in a row (once is worth 100 or 300 points, twice in a row is worth 200 or 600, three times is worth 300 or 900, etc.). The maximum score is 48,000 and the best Pokémon to play as is Groudon.

Blaziken's Boulder Bash
"Break the flying boulders!"
Zone: Lava Zone Cost: 20 Berries
Pokémon Points for Bonus Pokémon Points for Bonus
 
Pikachu
6,000  
Machamp
20,000
 
Geodude
5,000  
Marowak
18,000
 
Phanpy
3,000  
Farfetch'd
16,000
 
Blaziken
30,000  
Cranidos
13,000
 
Garchomp
28,000  
Camerupt
10,000
 
Scizor
26,000  
Bastiodon
8,000
 
Magmortar
24,000  
Mawile
7,000
 
Hitmonchan
22,000  
Groudon
40,000

Tangrowth's Swing-Along

 
Celebi swings to Tangrowth's Swing-Along.

In Tangrowth's Swing-Along (Japanese: モジャンボのスイングレース Mojumbo's Swing Race), a series of ropes are set up along the bridge at the entrance of the mansion. The player must swing from rope to rope by swinging the Wii remote back and forth, then pressing B to jump to the next rope without falling and within the time limit. If they fall, they will be placed at the beginning of the bridge. Celebi is the best Pokémon for this attraction.

Tangrowth's Swing-Along
"Ricochet from rope to rope!"
Zone: Haunted Zone Cost: 30 Berries
Pokémon Time for Bonus Pokémon Time for Bonus
 
Pikachu
0:30.20 seconds  
Raichu
0:28.80 seconds
 
Meowth
0:30.40 seconds  
Ambipom
0:29.00 seconds
 
Pichu
0:30.60 seconds  
Primeape
0:29.20 seconds
 
Lucario
0:27.80 seconds  
Aipom
0:29.40 seconds
 
Infernape
0:28.00 seconds  
Electabuzz
0:29.60 seconds
 
Blaziken
0:28.20 seconds  
Chimchar
0:29.80 seconds
 
Riolu
0:28.40 seconds  
Croagunk
0:30.00 seconds
 
Sneasel
0:28.60 seconds  
Celebi
0:19.00 seconds

Dusknoir's Speed Slam

 
Darkrai smashes through Dusknoir's Speed Slam.

Dusknoir's Speed Slam (Japanese: ヨノワールのクラッシュランニング Yonoir's Running Crash) uses the same aim as Bulbasaur's Daring Dash: to reach the end as fast as possible by shaking the Wii remote. However, the view of this six Pokémon race is different from Bulbasaur's attraction and there are obstacles that slow the Pokémon down when it hits them. There are two types of obstacles: stone walls, which will already be there at the start, and Spinarak, which come down in front of players. The player must hit these obstacles unless they use certain Ghost-type Pokémon such as Gengar which just pass through. The best Pokémon to play as in this attraction is Darkrai, who can only be befriended after every Pokémon has gotten a bonus.

Dusknoir's Speed Slam
"A rip-roaring riot of a race!"
Zone: Haunted Zone Cost: 30 Berries
Pokémon Time for Bonus Pokémon Time for Bonus
 
Pikachu
0:15.50 seconds  
Cranidos
0:12.00 seconds
 
Stunky
0:16.00 seconds  
Skuntank
0:12.50 seconds
 
Gengar
0:09.00 seconds  
Voltorb
0:13.00 seconds
 
Mismagius
0:09.50 seconds  
Gastly
0:13.50 seconds
 
Scizor
0:10.00 seconds  
Duskull
0:14.00 seconds
 
Espeon
0:10.50 seconds  
Misdreavus
0:14.50 seconds
 
Dusknoir
0:11.00 seconds  
Krabby
0:15.00 seconds
 
Umbreon
0:11.50 seconds  
Darkrai
0:08.00 seconds

Rotom's Spooky Shoot-'em-Up

 
Rotom sharp shoots in Rotom's Spooky Shoot-'em-Up.

In Rotom's Spooky Shoot-'em Up (Japanese: ロトムのどきどきシューティング Rotom's Pulse Shoot System), the player must defend themselves from an onslaught of Gastly, Haunter and occasionally one of the Rotom forms. The player points the Wii remote towards the screen and uses the on-screen crosshair to aim their attack at the attacking Pokémon, then press A to launch their attack. A radar at the bottom right corner of the screen will give the player a view of what is behind them. Rotom is the best Pokémon for this attraction.

Rotom's Spooky Shoot-'em-Up
"Keep up the zaps and you won't get trapped!"
Zone: Haunted Zone Cost: 30 Berries
Pokémon Score for Bonus Pokémon Score for Bonus
 
Pikachu
2,000  
Claydol
6,500
 
Magnemite
1,000  
Electabuzz
6,000
 
Porygon-Z
11,000  
Haunter
5,500
 
Magnezone
10,000  
Abra
5,000
 
Gengar
9,000  
Elekid
4,000
 
Magmortar
8,500  
Mr. Mime
3,500
 
Electivire
8,000  
Baltoy
3,000
 
Mismagius
7,500  
Rotom
24,000

Absol's Hurdle Bounce

 
Shaymin leaps its way through Absol's Hurdle Bounce.

Absol's Hurdle Bounce (Japanese: アブソルのつぎつぎハードル Absol's Hurdle Succession) uses the same aim as Bulbasaur's Daring Dash. However, the view of this attraction is different from that of Bulbasaur's and there are hurdles that the player must jump over by pressing the 2 button. If the Pokémon hits the hurdle or trips on it while jumping, it will cause the Pokémon to slow down. The best Pokémon to play as in this attraction is Shaymin, who will start off in its Land Forme but then transforms into its Sky Forme before it starts running.

Absol's Hurdle Bounce
"Leap the hurdles! Race for the line!"
Zone: Granite Zone Cost: 40 Berries
Pokémon Time for Bonus Pokémon Time for Bonus
 
Pikachu
0:18.50 seconds  
Infernape
0:14.50 seconds
 
Chikorita
0:19.00 seconds  
Breloom
0:15.00 seconds
 
Absol
0:11.90 seconds  
Riolu
0:15.50 seconds
 
Lucario
0:12.30 seconds  
Furret
0:16.00 seconds
 
Ponyta
0:12.70 seconds  
Mareep
0:16.50 seconds
 
Ninetales
0:13.10 seconds  
Eevee
0:17.50 seconds
 
Lopunny
0:13.50 seconds  
Vulpix
0:18.00 seconds
 
Espeon
0:14.00 seconds  
Shaymin
0:11.00 seconds

Salamence's Air Ace

 
Latios blasts through targets in Salamence's Air Ace.

In Salamence's Air Ace (Japanese: ボーマンダのスーパースカイレース Bohmander's Super Sky Race), the player must fly through the air by tilting the Wii remote and destroy targets with a projectile attack fired with the 2 button. Once every Pokémon has achieved their bonus, Latios will be unlocked. He is the best choice when playing this attraction, being able to score over 25,000 points.

Salamence's Air Ace
"Hit the Targets any way you can!"
Zone: Granite Zone Cost: 40 Berries
Pokémon Points for Bonus Pokémon Points for Bonus
 
Pikachu*
5,000  
Zubat
6,000
 
Murkrow
7,000  
Taillow
8,000
 
Golbat
9,000  
Togekiss
10,000
 
Pidgeotto
10,500  
Gliscor
12,000
 
Honchkrow
13,000  
Staraptor
14,000
 
Aerodactyl
15,000  
Flygon
16,000
 
Dragonite
17,000  
Charizard
18,000
 
Salamence
20,000  
Latios
25,000

Rayquaza's Balloon Panic

 
Deoxys makes its way down the balloon in Rayquaza's Balloon Panic.
 
Deoxys shoots away targets in Rayquaza's Balloon Panic.

In Rayquaza's Balloon Panic (Japanese: レックウザのパニックバルーン Rayquaza's Balloon Panic), the player runs across a Rayquaza-shaped balloon passing through rings to gain points. At the same time, the player must dodge Electrode and Voltorb, as well as avoid falling off the balloon itself. Once the player has reached the other end of the balloon, the view will be aimed towards the back of the player and Drifloon, Drifblim, and Rayquaza will fly across the screen, holding targets the player must destroy. Occasionally, one will have a large X on it which will take away 300 points. During the first half, the player maneuvers by tilting the Wii remote and jumps with 2, while the second half has the player point the Wii remote towards the screen and fire projectiles with A. The best Pokémon for this attraction is Deoxys.

Rayquaza's Balloon Panic
"Frantic fun in the air!"
Zone: Flower Zone Cost: 40 Berries
Pokémon Points for Bonus Pokémon Points for Bonus
 
Pikachu
15,000  
Gliscor
12,000
 
Deoxys
54,000  
Rhyperior
29,000
 
Lucario
45,000  
Absol
28,000
 
Glaceon
42,000  
Breloom
27,000
 
Luxray
40,000  
Mareep
24,000
 
Flygon
16,000  
Cyndaquil
23,000
 
Mamoswine
34,000  
Totodile
22,000
 
Infernape
33,000  
Chikorita
20,000
 
Floatzel
32,000  
Mime Jr.
17,000

PokéPark 2: Wonders Beyond

 
Pikachu, Snivy, Tepig, and Oshawott engaging in Dance Inferno's multiplayer mode.

PokéPark 2: Wonders Beyond has four known Attractions, each of which can accommodate 1 to 4 players. Additionally, the only Pokémon that can participate in the attractions are Pikachu, Snivy, Tepig, and Oshawott. During the story, the attractions are used to brainwash the guests of Wish Park and, as such, the Pokémon will exhibit behavior pertaining to the attraction in their area whilst brainwashed, such as exaggerated cake cravings or aggressive behavior.

Cake Contraption

"Aim and shoot at cake ingredients, and make a lot of delicious cake!"

In Cake Contraption (Japanese: スイーツファクトリー Sweets Factory), players point the Wii Remote at the screen and fire at various types of confectioneries.

The first half of the game is similar to Whac-A-Mole where Patrat will appear out of a number of holes in a panel, holding pistachio-like nuts which the player fires at. A Watchog will occasionally appear with a spotted nut worth bonus points. The second half has two Audino tossing lobes of dough into the air which then come falling down to the ground. The player must shoot the lobes, turning them into a cake on the first shot, then decorating them on the second shot. Yamask, Vanillite, and Cottonee occasionally fly by with gold dough worth bonus points.

Dance Inferno

"Dance like Lopunny! Dance well, and you'll get everybody's attention!"

In Dance Inferno (Japanese: ゴージャスダンシング Gorgeous Dancing), players move the Wii remote in the motion the icons at the bottom require them to move. With better accuracy and timing comes a better score. The target score is 25,000 points.

Power Bash

"Have a showdown with approaching Pokémon! Defeat as many Pokémon to get a high score!"

In Power Bash (Japanese: スラッシュファイト Slash Fight), players must knock out Pokémon by swinging the Wii remote, while avoiding bombs by pressing A. If the player accidentally performs the wrong action at the wrong time, they will be penalized. The target score is 10,000 points.

Flight of Fancy

"Fly through the sky, and collect lots of gems along the way!"

In Flight of Fancy (Japanese: ワンダーフライト Wonder Flight), players tilt the Wii remote in the direction they want to move to collect gems in the sky. The target score is 15,000 points.

Gallery

Trivia

  • Flight of Fancy bears a striking resemblance to being launched from a Launch Star in Super Mario Galaxy and one planet also bears a striking resemblance to a planet from the game.



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