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==Hoothoot==
*Hoothoot is present in the [[Pokémon Gold and Silver SpaceWorld Demo|1997 SpaceWorld demo of Pokémon Gold and Silver]] with a slightly altered design, including three dots under its eyes instead of notches and a zigzagging pattern on its lower back. It is a pure {{type|Flying}} instead of {{2t|Normal|Flying}} and is likely intended to evolve into {{p|Bōbō}}, a possible early version of {{p|Noctowl}}. It is unclear at what level this would occur, as evolution data was wiped for all Pokémon located in the playable demo area.
**It is a pure {{type|Flying}} instead of {{2t|Normal|Flying}} and is likely intended to evolve into {{p|Bōbō}}, a possible early version of {{p|Noctowl}}. It is unclear at what level this would occur, as evolution data was wiped for all Pokémon located in the playable demo area.
 
==Noctowl==
 
==Crobat==
*Crobat is named ''Ekushingu'' (Japanese: '''エクシング''') in the [[Pokémon Gold and Silver SpaceWorld Demo|1997 SpaceWorld demo of Pokémon Gold and Silver]]. Its name seems to derive from ''X-ing'', likely in reference to the shape of its wings. As the [[friendship]] mechanic is absent in the demo, it instead evolves from {{p|Golbat}} starting at level 44.
**As the [[friendship]] mechanic is absent in the demo, it instead evolves from {{p|Golbat}} starting at level 44.
 
==Pichu==
*Pichu is present in the [[Pokémon Gold and Silver SpaceWorld Demo|1997 SpaceWorld demo of Pokémon Gold and Silver]] with a different design, featuring a round body with simpler features that may have been in reference to {{p|Pikachu}}'s original {{wp|daifuku}}-like design. As the [[friendship]] mechanic is absent in the demo, it instead evolves into {{p|Pikachu}} starting at level 12.
**As the [[friendship]] mechanic is absent in the demo, it instead evolves into {{p|Pikachu}} starting at level 12.
 
==Cleffa==
*Cleffa is present in the [[Pokémon Gold and Silver SpaceWorld Demo|1997 SpaceWorld demo of Pokémon Gold and Silver]] with a slightly different design, featuring an all-pink body, a small stubby tail, and the overall shape of a five-pointed star with a small ball on its topmost point. As the [[friendship]] mechanic is absent in the demo, it instead evolves into {{p|Clefairy}} starting at level 12.
**As the [[friendship]] mechanic is absent in the demo, it instead evolves into {{p|Clefairy}} starting at level 12.
 
==Igglybuff==
*Igglybuff is present in the [[Pokémon Gold and Silver SpaceWorld Demo|1997 SpaceWorld demo of Pokémon Gold and Silver]] with a slightly different design, lacking the tuft of hair on top of its body. The swirl-like pattern on its forehead was originally a curl of hair. As the [[friendship]] mechanic is absent in the demo, it instead evolves into {{p|Jigglypuff}} starting at level 12.
**As the [[friendship]] mechanic is absent in the demo, it instead evolves into {{p|Jigglypuff}} starting at level 12.
 
==Togepi==
 
==Natu==
*Natu is present in the [[Pokémon Gold and Silver SpaceWorld Demo|1997 SpaceWorld demo of Pokémon Gold and Silver]] with a tan coloration instead of green. Its types are switched in the demo, making it a {{2t|Flying|Psychic}}-type instead of {{2t|Psychic|Flying}}, and it evolves into {{p|Xatu}} when exposed to a [[Heart Stone]] instead of by level.
**Its types are switched in the demo, making it a {{2t|Flying|Psychic}}-type instead of {{2t|Psychic|Flying}}, and it evolves into {{p|Xatu}} when exposed to a [[Heart Stone]] instead of by level.
 
==Xatu==
*Xatu is present in the [[Pokémon Gold and Silver SpaceWorld Demo|1997 SpaceWorld demo of Pokémon Gold and Silver]] with a tan coloration instead of green and a vertical eye-like marking on its upper back. Its types are switched in the demo, making it a {{2t|Flying|Psychic}}-type instead of {{2t|Psychic|Flying}}, and it evolves from {{p|Natu}} when exposed to a [[Heart Stone]] instead of by level.
**Its types are switched in the demo, making it a {{2t|Flying|Psychic}}-type instead of {{2t|Psychic|Flying}}, and it evolves from {{p|Natu}} when exposed to a [[Heart Stone]] instead of by level.
 
==Mareep==
*Mareep is named ''Pachimē'' (Japanese: '''パチメエ''') in the [[Pokémon Gold and Silver SpaceWorld Demo|1997 SpaceWorld demo of Pokémon Gold and Silver]] and has a pink coloration instead of yellow. Its name may come from パチパチ ''pachipachi'' an onomatopoeia for crackling or blinking and メー ''mē'' an onomatopoeia for the sound a sheep makes. It evolves into {{p|Flaaffy}} starting at level 16, which then evolves into {{p|Ampharos}} starting at level 32.
**It evolves into {{p|Flaaffy}} starting at level 16, which then evolves into {{p|Ampharos}} starting at level 32.
 
==Flaaffy==
 
==Bellossom==
*Bellossom is present in the [[Pokémon Gold and Silver SpaceWorld Demo|1997 SpaceWorld demo of Pokémon Gold and Silver]] with a slightly different design featuring four flowers around the top of its head instead of two. It is a {{2t|Grass|Poison}}-type instead of {{type|Grass}}, and evolves from {{p|Gloom}} when exposed to a [[Poison Stone]] instead of by level.
**It is a {{2t|Grass|Poison}}-type instead of {{type|Grass}}, and evolves from {{p|Gloom}} when exposed to a [[Poison Stone]] instead of by level.
 
==Marill==
 
==Politoed==
*Politoed is present in the [[Pokémon Gold and Silver SpaceWorld Demo|1997 SpaceWorld demo of Pokémon Gold and Silver]] with a drastically different design, featuring an ovoid body with bulbous eyes and thick stripes on its hind legs and back. It evolves from {{p|Poliwhirl}} when exposed to a [[Heart Stone]] instead of by level.
**It evolves from {{p|Poliwhirl}} when exposed to a [[Heart Stone]] instead of by level.
 
==Hoppip==
*Hoppip is named ''Haneko'' (Japanese: '''ハネコ''') in the [[Pokémon Gold and Silver SpaceWorld Demo|1997 SpaceWorld demo of Pokémon Gold and Silver]] and has a slightly different design, being of a dark coloration instead of pink and with no limbs but a longer tail. It is likely intended to evolve into {{p|Skiploom}} starting at an unknown level, as evolution data was wiped for all Pokémon available in the playable demo area, which then evolves into {{p|Jumpluff}} starting at level 40.
**It is likely intended to evolve into {{p|Skiploom}} starting at an unknown level, as evolution data was wiped for all Pokémon available in the playable demo area.
 
==Skiploom==
*Skiploom is named ''Poponeko'' (Japanese: '''ポポネコ''') in the [[Pokémon Gold and Silver SpaceWorld Demo|1997 SpaceWorld demo of Pokémon Gold and Silver]] and has a cat-like design with a yellow coloration and no limbs but a much longer tail. Its name is a combination of 蒲公英 ''tanpopo'' (dandelion) and 猫 ''neko'' (cat). It is likely intended to evolve from {{p|Hoppip}} starting at an unknown level, as evolution data was wiped for all Pokémon available in the playable demo area, and evolves into {{p|Jumpluff}} starting at level 40.
**It is likely intended to evolve from {{p|Hoppip}} starting at an unknown level, as evolution data was wiped for all Pokémon available in the playable demo area, and evolves into {{p|Jumpluff}} starting at level 40.
 
==Jumpluff==
*Jumpluff is named ''Wataneko'' (Japanese: '''ワタネコ''') in the [[Pokémon Gold and Silver SpaceWorld Demo|1997 SpaceWorld demo of Pokémon Gold and Silver]] and has a considerably different design, having a pink coloration instead of blue, a single cotton puff surrounded by large leaves on top of its head, leaf-shaped ears and no limbs but a much longer tail. Its name is a combination of 綿 ''wata'' (cotton) and 猫 ''neko'' (cat). It evolves from {{p|Skiploom}} starting at level 40.
**It evolves from {{p|Skiploom}} starting at level 40.
 
==Aipom==
*Aipom is named ''Teiru'' (Japanese: '''テイル''') in the [[Pokémon Gold and Silver SpaceWorld Demo|1997 SpaceWorld demo of Pokémon Gold and Silver]] and has a different design with beige ears, no cowlick and proper hands on its arms and tail. Its name may comederives from ''tail''.
 
==Sunflora==
*Sunflora is named ''Sanī'' (Japanese: '''サニー''') in the [[Pokémon Gold and Silver SpaceWorld Demo|1997 SpaceWorld demo of Pokémon Gold and Silver]] and has a slightly different design with a thin body and standing on several roots instead of two feet. Its name comes from ''sunny''. It is a {{2t|Grass|Psychic}}-type instead of {{type|Grass}}, and does not evolve from any other Pokémon in the demo version of the game.
**It is a {{2t|Grass|Psychic}}-type instead of {{type|Grass}}, and does not evolve from any other Pokémon in the demo version of the game.
 
==Quagsire==
*Quagsire is named ''Mizūo'' (Japanese: '''ミズウオ''') in the [[Pokémon Gold and Silver SpaceWorld Demo|1997 SpaceWorld demo of Pokémon Gold and Silver]] and has a slightly different design, lacking the rounded dorsal ridge and with the dark marking along its back engulfing a longer tail, which ends in a paddle-like fin. Its name is a combination of 水 ''mizu'' (water) and 魚 ''-uo'' (fish), likely from 山椒魚 ''sanshouuo'' ({{wp|salamander}}) which translates directly as "{{wp|Zanthoxylum piperitum|Japanese pepper}} fish." It is a pure {{type|Water}} instead of {{2t|Water|Ground}}, and does not evolve from any other Pokémon in the demo version of the game.
**It is a pure {{type|Water}} instead of {{2t|Water|Ground}}, and does not evolve from any other Pokémon in the demo version of the game.
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