Pokémon Project Studio Red and Blue

Pokémon Project Studio Red Version
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Boxart of Pokémon Project Studio Red
Pokémon Project Studio Blue Version
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Boxart of Pokémon Project Studio Blue
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Basic info
Platform: PC
Category: Creative
Players: 1 player
Connectivity: None
Developer:
Publisher: The Learning Company
Part of: Generation I miscellaneous
Ratings
CERO: N/A
ESRB: N/A
ACB: N/A
OFLC: N/A
PEGI: N/A
GRAC: N/A
GSRR: N/A
Release dates
Japan: N/A
North America: November 9, 1999
Australia: Unknown
Europe: Unknown
South Korea: N/A
Hong Kong: N/A
Taiwan: N/A
Websites
Japanese:
English: Official Pokémon site page (archive)

Pokémon Project Studio is a computer program released by The Learning Company on November 9, 1999 in the United States. This program lets the user create all kinds of Pokémon-related projects such as calendars or greeting cards. Dutch, French, German, Italian, Castilian Spanish and Latin American Spanish versions have been released by Mattel Interactive.

Each version had stock artwork of 81 different Generation I Pokémon (including Mew). Common favorites like Pikachu and Squirtle were available in both versions, but some Pokémon were version-specific—for example, Kangaskhan was only available in Blue version, whereas Tauros was only available in Red version. Stock art of human characters like Ash and Professor Oak was also included, and users could also add photos and images saved on their own computer.

Blurb

Put your favorite Pokémon everywhere! With over 600 different graphics, 81 of the 151 characters, and 250 different Pokémon projects, you can spend hours building your creativity and imagination.

Projects

Both versions of the game have a selection of available projects. Each type of project has a selection included of pre-made templates, which may be customized to a user's preference, or they may start a project completely from scratch. Alternatively, users may start with an entirely blank page and make any sort of printout project they want.

Types of available projects

  • Greeting Cards: Users may create custom greeting cards with Pokémon characters. Matching envelopes may also be printed or created from scratch. Templates include birthday cards, invitations, get-well-soon cards, etc.
  • Signs: Users may print signs for a variety of purposes, e.g. to advertise garage sales, for birthday parties, etc. Printable doorknob hangers are also possible.
  • Birthday Kits: Users can use the Birthday Kit feature to print a variety of materials for a birthday party - invitations, signs, banners, gift wrap, place cards, thank you cards, etc.
  • Banners: Similar to Signs, banners can be printed for a variety of purposes. Banners generally consist of two pages which are to be combined to create a larger banner or image.
  • Photo Fun: Users can insert photos of themselves (or friends or family, etc) into printable frames featuring Pokémon characters.
  • Stationery: Users can print stationery for handwritten letters, or may type the letter on to the stationery and then print it. Matching envelopes can also be printed.
  • Character Cards: Cards can be printed with images and/or statistics of various Pokémon on them. Cards can be also printed to be used as name badges, gift tags, place cards, etc.
  • Envelopes: Envelopes may be printed with Pokémon characters on them. Users may either print a cut-out template of an envelope or insert a standard business side envelope into their printer and have the design printed directly on that existing envelope.
  • Calendars: Calendar pages may be printed, either for individual months or for a whole year on one page.
  • Postcards: Postcards may be printed for collecting or mailing. Postcards may be printed on regular printer paper or special cardstock paper, depending on what the user has available.
  • Crafts: Users may print a variety of paper crafts, including character masks, Gym Badges, paper airplanes, fortune tellers, etc.
  • Certificates: Users may print out certificates for a variety of purposes.
  • Stickers: Using a special type of sticker paper, users may design and print their own Pokémon stickers or customise the included template stickers.

Version exclusives

While both versions have popular Pokémon like Pikachu and Meowth; as an incentive to purchase both the Red and Blue versions of the software, each version only has artwork of 81 out of the 151 Pokémon (slightly more than half of the total known Pokémon at the time of release), with many Pokémon exclusive to only one version. Some clipart of human characters is also varied. With both versions installed, users have access to all of the Pokémon from both games.

Red
0013   Weedle
Bug Poison
0014   Kakuna
Bug Poison
0015   Beedrill
Bug Poison
0021   Spearow
Normal Flying
0022   Fearow
Normal Flying
0023   Ekans
Poison
0024   Arbok
Poison
0029   Nidoran♀
Poison
0030   Nidorina
Poison
0031   Nidoqueen
Poison Ground
0035   Clefairy
Normal
0036   Clefable
Normal
0037   Vulpix
Fire
0038   Ninetales
Fire
0043   Oddish
Grass Poison
0044   Gloom
Grass Poison
0045   Vileplume
Grass Poison
0048   Venonat
Bug Poison
0049   Venomoth
Bug Poison
0050   Diglett
Ground
0051   Dugtrio
Ground
0056   Mankey
Fighting
0057   Primeape
Fighting
0058   Growlithe
Fire
0059   Arcanine
Fire
0060   Poliwag
Water
0061   Poliwhirl
Water
0062   Poliwrath
Water Fighting
0072   Tentacool
Water Poison
0073   Tentacruel
Water Poison
0079   Slowpoke
Water Psychic
0080   Slowbro
Water Psychic
0081   Magnemite
Electric
0082   Magneton
Electric
0083   Farfetch'd
Normal Flying
0084   Doduo
Normal Flying
0085   Dodrio
Normal Flying
0088   Grimer
Poison
0089   Muk
Poison
0095   Onix
Rock Ground
0096   Drowzee
Psychic
0097   Hypno
Psychic
0098   Krabby
Water
0099   Kingler
Water
0107   Hitmonchan
Fighting
0108   Lickitung
Normal
0111   Rhyhorn
Rock Ground
0112   Rhydon
Rock Ground
0114   Tangela
Grass
0120   Staryu
Water
0121   Starmie
Water Psychic
0122   Mr. Mime
Psychic
0123   Scyther
Bug Flying
0125   Electabuzz
Electric
0128   Tauros
Normal
0129   Magikarp
Water
0130   Gyarados
Water Flying
0132   Ditto
Normal
0137   Porygon
Normal
0138   Omanyte
Rock Water
0139   Omastar
Rock Water
0142   Aerodactyl
Rock Flying
0143   Snorlax
Normal
0144   Articuno
Ice Flying
0145   Zapdos
Electric Flying
0147   Dratini
Dragon
0148   Dragonair
Dragon
0149   Dragonite
Dragon Flying
0150   Mewtwo
Psychic
Blue
0010   Caterpie
Bug
0011   Metapod
Bug
0012   Butterfree
Bug Flying
0016   Pidgey
Normal Flying
0017   Pidgeotto
Normal Flying
0018   Pidgeot
Normal Flying
0019   Rattata
Normal
0020   Raticate
Normal
0026   Raichu
Electric
0027   Sandshrew
Ground
0028   Sandslash
Ground
0032   Nidoran♂
Poison
0033   Nidorino
Poison
0034   Nidoking
Poison Ground
0039   Jigglypuff
Normal
0040   Wigglytuff
Normal
0041   Zubat
Poison Flying
0042   Golbat
Poison Flying
0046   Paras
Bug Grass
0047   Parasect
Bug Grass
0053   Persian
Normal
0054   Psyduck
Water
0055   Golduck
Water
0063   Abra
Psychic
0064   Kadabra
Psychic
0065   Alakazam
Psychic
0066   Machop
Fighting
0067   Machoke
Fighting
0068   Machamp
Fighting
0069   Bellsprout
Grass Poison
0070   Weepinbell
Grass Poison
0071   Victreebel
Grass Poison
0074   Geodude
Rock Ground
0075   Graveler
Rock Ground
0076   Golem
Rock Ground
0077   Ponyta
Fire
0078   Rapidash
Fire
0086   Seel
Water
0087   Dewgong
Water Ice
0090   Shellder
Water
0091   Cloyster
Water Ice
0092   Gastly
Ghost Poison
0093   Haunter
Ghost Poison
0094   Gengar
Ghost Poison
0100   Voltorb
Electric
0101   Electrode
Electric
0102   Exeggcute
Grass Psychic
0103   Exeggutor
Grass Psychic
0104   Cubone
Ground
0105   Marowak
Ground
0106   Hitmonlee
Fighting
0109   Koffing
Poison
0110   Weezing
Poison
0113   Chansey
Normal
0115   Kangaskhan
Normal
0116   Horsea
Water
0117   Seadra
Water
0118   Goldeen
Water
0119   Seaking
Water
0124   Jynx
Ice Psychic
0126   Magmar
Fire
0127   Pinsir
Bug
0131   Lapras
Water Ice
0134   Vaporeon
Water
0135   Jolteon
Electric
0140   Kabuto
Rock Water
0141   Kabutops
Rock Water
0146   Moltres
Fire Flying

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Trivia

  • Mew is the only Pokémon not categorized in the type list. Mew is in the category of "Stuff", along with Gym Badges and various icons.

In other languages

Language Title
  Dutch Pokémon Project Studio Rood en Blauw
  Italian Pokémon Crea e Stampa Versione Rossa e Blu
Spanish   Latin America Pokémon Project Studio Versión Roja y Azul
  Spain Pokémon Project Studio Versión Roja y Azul



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