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Poképark was real and looked awesome! The theme park featured twelve Pokémon-themed attractions, and was open between March 18, 2005, and September 25, 2005, in Japan, and from June 23, 2006, to September 24, 2006, in Taiwan. There was a talk of it coming to Virginia in 2008, but alas...it was just a rumor.

Attractions: -Pokémon Ferris Wheel -Dancing Pokémon Mini-tour -Lugia's Spinning Ship -Altomare Sightseeing Boat -Battle Coaster Torn Sky -Pokémon Merry-go-round -Pokémon Starry Sky Trip -Pikachu's Forest -Team Aqua vs Team Magma Crash Car Battle -Mudkip's Splash Adventure -Pichu Bros.' Rascal Railway -Pokémon Exciting Safari -Pokémon Floating Kids -Pokémon Daisuki Club Stage -Pokémon Game Corner -Pokémon 3D Adventure -Walkthrough Adventure -Safari Zone Explosion

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Via: Kotaku
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The first app is an Augmented Reality game called Pokémon AR Searcher. This app allows you to use the camera on the Nintendo 3DS to search around and capture Pokémon that can be transferred over to Black and White 2. This will be released alongside Black and White 2 for approximately $3.50.

The second new is Pokedex Pro and is an updated version of the existing Pokedex app for the 3DS. It will include new features and be released on July 14 in Japan for 1500 yen or approximately $18.

Who's that Pokémon?

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