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MetalKid
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MetalKid
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Joined: 8:32 PM - Dec 26, 2008

12:49 AM - Dec 27, 2008 #1

Just so you know, I plan on working on an online/offline program for Dragon Quest Monsters: Joker after Pokemon is finished. I haven't started working on gathering any data or anything, but I do know that the program will display all kinds of data for you. Plus, I plan on implementing a screen that will let you choose what Monster(s) you want along with the abilities, and it will show you what you have to do to get that end result! (Kinda like Pokemon Chain Breeding)
MetalKid's Pokemon Program v4.00 - http://www.metalkid.info
MetalKid's Pokemon Program v5.00 - Work In Progress
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kaonohiokala
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Joined: 9:23 AM - Dec 27, 2008

9:58 PM - Dec 28, 2008 #2

Cool, I was thinking about getting that game. If you make another program like the Pokedex, I think I might just buy it.
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Slayde
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2:14 AM - Apr 14, 2009 #3

Just wondering: What exactly is Dragon Quest Monsters?
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MetalKid
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2:59 AM - Apr 14, 2009 #4

It is a DS game. I guess you could call it a competitor to Pokemon, but it is slightly different. First, 3 monsters fight at the same time. Second, monsters have to be a certain level before they can breed. Third, when you breed 2 monthsters together, you actually lose both and get the resulting child. Different combinations of monseters will result in possibly new monsters you never had before. Also, each monster can learn a lot more moves than Pokemon, but they have to level up to get skill points to improve them. It is very similar to DQ8's battle system.
MetalKid's Pokemon Program v4.00 - http://www.metalkid.info
MetalKid's Pokemon Program v5.00 - Work In Progress
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Slayde
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10:30 PM - Apr 14, 2009 #5

Hmm, sounds fun. I'll have to look into it.
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