Saturday, May 13, 2017

New changes to Elemental Pokemon

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Hey everyone, it's been a while since I did a new blog post but I really wanted to talk about the changes I did for Elemental Pokemon for this new update.

Since PTD3 came out there has been a lot of confusion around Elemental Pokemon and how they work. They way they previously worked (prior to version 1.19) is that the pokemon would lose its type and become the type of the elemental. With this new change the pokemon will keep its typing but instead add the new elemental type.

Here you can see a Water elemental Geodudce now has three types instead of just being Water
Elementals will now gain a type instead of replacing them.
A cool addition, and something that was suggested on twitter, is that if a pokemon gains an elemental type that it already has that it should power up that type even more. So it will work that way!

Here we have a Water Elemental Seaking, you will notice its type is Water/Water. What this means is that it will get double Stab power increase on its water type attacks!

Water elemental water pokemon will get double the STAB power up from Water attacks!

Along with this change, an elemental pokemon's attacks will no longer get turned into the elemental type. Instead elemental pokemon will be able to learn/relearn moves related to that type.

Here you can see that this Geodude can relearn a number of Water attacks.
Elemental pokemon can now learn/relearn elemental moves.

As you level your pokemon the number of elemental attacks they can learn increases. All the way up to 100. Also some elemental types, like Normal Type, can relearn more moves in general than other types.

That's all I have for the new elemental changes. As always let me know what you think in the comments below. Happy training!

Friday, November 25, 2016

Pokemon Tower Defense 3 in full swing! Special Birthday Elemental giveaway for the rest of the year!

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Pokemon Tower Defense 3 in full swing!
Hey everyone!

Sam here, it's been a long time since I posted something on the blog and I think it's about time we started updating here.

If you haven't already be sure to follow me on twitter as I constantly post my progress and answer questions on there. You can find that on the left top side of this blog.

So PTD3 is out and in full swing. I just recently finished the basic Trading Center section for PTD3 and the reason it took so long is that I did a new layout for it that is mobile friendly. So you are able to access that on your phones a lot easier and it will look great. I don't plan to update the other sections of the trading center to the new layout since I want to focus on PTD3 levels etc.

For PTD3 I do have some cool updates and features on the way. I plan to add different pokeballs and special pokemon (like the Kyogre in level 6) that will be catchable only with the different pokeballs.

I also plan to add secrets to each level that will unlock special pokemon. For example getting Alola Rattata in level one.

Also I will have something similar to the Hall of Fame in PTD2 for PTD3. Instead it will focus on collecting all the different elemental versions or having a set amount of elementals to unlock certain pokemon or items/avatars for your account.

Elemental giveaway for the rest of the year!

So every year I do a special giveaway and this year is no different. Elemental Mew is the first mystery gift for PTD3! Everyday there will be a new elemental type of Mew given away until the end of the year. In January we will have a new mystery gift but I'm not sure if all the elements will be available for it. It may only be some or just one.

So that's all I have for now, thanks for your support as always and I do plan to update the blog more often with cool behind the scenes as well as any other announcements I make.

Cheers!

Tuesday, October 27, 2015

A Special Message from Hacked Arcade Games.com

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Released some time ago, this title quickly built up momentum and now with over 18 million plays, it’s the most popular game available on the legendary Hacked Arcade Games site. Sam and Dan have outdone themselves with this awesome take on the epic Pokémon experience. It encapsulates the original game play and goal of catching all the creatures in a hybrid Tower Defence / RPG format. You get to follow awesome stories, evolve, trade and collect cool mystery gifts and many other incredible bonuses. Gotta catch ‘em all!


You start the adventure by following the guidance of a very familiar figure, Professor Oak. He’ll help you set up your game play and provide you with your first Pokémon to get the ball rolling. While this is happening the incredible story will start to slowly unfold and you’ll be drawn into the cool twists and turns from the outset, starting by protecting the professor’s rare candy but quickly moving out of Pallet Town and on to more dangerous tasks out in the wilds of a mystical land!


As you progress through the game and watch the mysteries unfold, you gain new and powerful Pokémon to help you in your quest. You’ll soon come to realise that each of the awesome Pokémon have their own unique powers that work best in certain situations, so pay some thought to when and where to deploy your little dudes to maximise their effectiveness, defeat your enemies swiftly and protect the prize at all costs!  


The game play itself is a seamless cross between the typical RPG format of exploring new lands and the cool TD experience of defending your ground and stopping invading forces. The defensive towers in this game are the Pokémon team members, but the objects and characters you must defend depend on the particular situation and point in the game you’re at. Before you start each stage you must select your Pokémon defensive line-up that you’ll strategically deploy to defend yourself during the game, but you can also get more versatile and select other Pokémon on the fly to help out in a scrape.


During each stage, you can click and drag the Pokémon in your line-up and place them into the path of the attacking Pokémon to stop them in their tracks and prevent them from carrying out their evil masters’ wishes. Once deployed your little Pokémon dudes can pretty much stand their own and fight by themselves but you’ll need to keep looking back on them frequently to check their health and help them evolve to become faster and stronger fighting critters! Keep your team evolving to increase their fighting powers and make them a formidable force to be reckoned with!


To truly become a Pokémon master and catch them all, you’ll need to take the time to understand each of their powers. This will help you to recognise the most effective place to station them so they can inflict the most damage to your opponents and prevent the baddies from carrying out their dastardly plans for world domination!


The storyline and game play for this classic are really quite entertaining and you can easily find yourself caught up in things, spending a lot of fun-filled hours building your team and trying to catch every last one of the Pokémon!  Sam and Dave have put in a lot of effort to beef out the story and it has paid off in the form of a cohesive game play melded well with a great storyline.


If you enjoyed this classic and would like to see other cool games from this amazing series then why not take the time to explore the HAG Pokémon archives! And check our Pokemon Tower Defense 2 at hacked arcade games.