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gen_series = [[Generation I]] miscellaneous |
release_date_ja = N/A |
release_date_au = N/AUnknown |
release_date_eu = Unknown |
release_date_na = November 9, 1999 |
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'''Pokémon Project Studio''' is a computer program released by {{wp|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, German, Italian and French versions have been released by Mattel Interactive.
 
Each version had stock artwork of 81 different [[Generation I]] Pokémon (including {{p|Mew}}). Common favorites like {{p|Pikachu}} and {{p|Squirtle}} were available in both versions, but some Pokémon were version-specific—for example, {{p|Kangaskhan}} was only available in Blue version, whereas {{p|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.
* '''Stickers''': Using a special type of sticker paper, users may design and print their own Pokémon stickers or customise the included template stickers.
 
==[[VersionGame-exclusive Pokémon|VersionGame exclusives]]==
While both versions hadhave popular Pokémon like {{p|Pikachu}} and {{p|Meowth}}; as an incentive to purchase both the Red and Blue versions of the software, each version only hadhas 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 wasis also varied. With both versions installed, users hadhave access to all of the Pokémon from both games.
 
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{{Moveentrytm|044|Gloom|2|Grass|Poison}}
{{Moveentrytm|045|Vileplume|2|Grass|Poison}}
{{Moveentrytm|046048|Venonat|2|Bug|Poison}}
{{Moveentrytm|047049|Venomoth|2|Bug|Poison}}
{{Moveentrytm|050|Diglett|1|Ground}}
{{Moveentrytm|051|Dugtrio|1|Ground}}
{{Moveentrytm|060|Poliwag|1|Water}}
{{Moveentrytm|061|Poliwhirl|1|Water}}
{{Moveentrytm|062|Poliwrath|12|Water|Fighting}}
{{Moveentrytm|072|Tentacool|2|Water|Poison}}
{{Moveentrytm|073|Tentacruel|2|Water|Poison}}
{{Moveentrytm|126|Magmar|1|Fire}}
{{Moveentrytm|127|Pinsir|1|Bug}}
{{Moveentrytm|124|Jynx|2|Ice|Psychic}}
{{Moveentrytm|131|Lapras|2|Water|Ice}}
{{Moveentrytm|134|Vaporeon|1|Water}}
File:PPS Blue editing screen.png|Editing a project in Project Studio Blue
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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==
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|nl=Pokémon Project Studio Rood en Blauw}}
 
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