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Pokemon Knowledge Quest

Download game with letter choices instead of numbers HERE

Download game with Korean translations HERE

Download game fonts HERE and HERE

Having trouble downloading the PowerPoint version or editing the Google Slides version? CLICK HERE

(you do not need to request access to the file)

Game Features

  • Features 85 different animated Pokemon and 32 unique attack animations

  • Pokemon use attacks they actually use in the video game (I tried to make their animations as close as possible with what I could achieve with PowerPoint)

  • XP/Point system is based on Pokemon type strengths and weaknesses from the actual Pokemon video games

  • Tried to use accurate size comparison of Pokemon

  • Depending on the map location, teams will find certain types of Pokemon. For example: water-type Pokemon will be in water or beach locations, fire-type will be near the volcano, bug-type will be in forest areas, etc. Backgrounds of these wild Pokemon match these locations as well (as best they can)

How to Play

  • A student/team chooses a location on the map by picking a number. 

  • After answering a question right, they will encounter a wild Pokémon. 

  • They will have a choice of 1 of 3 PokéBalls, each containing a different Pokémon. 

  • Once they choose a PokéBall, a Pokémon will come out and attack the wild Pokémon for XP (experience points). 

  • How many XP they get depends on how effective the attack is. They also have the ability to change points with another team if they are lucky enough to send out a shiny Magikarp.

  • The student/team with the most XP at the end of the game is the winner!

  • Further instructions on how to play/how to use the PowerPoint can be found in the notes section of each slide.


  • I have no variations for this game at this time. If you played it a different way in your class and would like to share, I would be happy to hear from you in the comments below! :)


No runtime information has been submitted yet for this number of students. If you have used it with your students and would like to share how long it took to play, please fill out the form on the last tab. It would be very much appreciated and would be a big help to other teachers like you! 

Questions & Feedback

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