Name: Pokemon Gold Beta 1997
Developer: Game Freak
Publisher: Nintendo, Pokemon
On November 15th, 1997, a playable demo of Pokémon Gold and Silver debuted at Space World '97 for the public. In 1997, Nintendo announced the first details about the then-next generation of Pocket Monsters games, to be titled Pocket Monsters 2: Gold & Silver. The games were intended to be released at the end of the year for the original Game Boy, while supporting the Super Game Boy enhancements that the Generation I games have.
One of the many notable additions promised was a skateboard that could be used in addition to the Bicycle of the previous games, and which would allow the player to travel to "unusual places". Though this never appeared in the released game, other things announced, such as the time system with its real-time clock, as well as 100 new Pokémon, including new evolutions of old Pokémon, and new TMs and HMs containing new moves, were included. The communication abilities of the games were also to be improved, and backwards compatibility with the Generation I games was also announced.
English Version: Coming soon by Team Spaceworld!
Team Spaceworld is The team of Pokémon reverse engineers, translators, and prototype researchers working on the Spaceworld 1997 demo version of Pokémon Gold and Silver.
Contact to Team Spaceworld: https://twitter.com/teamspaceworld
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