Over the years, Pokemon Creepypastas have become an incredibly popular subgenre of scary stories on the internet. These urban legends have sparked several scary stories that have inspired gamers everywhere to timidly grab their old copies of the games and see if their old pixel partners are the same happy creatures they once knew.

While many of these stories are entirely fictional, some have become so infamous that they’ve inspired developers to make recreations and reimaginings of some. Pokemoncreepypastas in the form of playable games. Fans of stories detailing revenge and bloodlust Pokemon can now live a handful of disturbing stories that have never been forgotten by those who have seen Pokemon as a friendly and lighthearted series.

6 forever cursed pokemon

forever cursed pokemon follows a pretty unremarkable creepypasta. The protagonist finds a slightly dented copy of pokemon yellow in a pawnshop, and while playing it, discovers that there are quite a few frightening differences between the normal game and the one they have chosen. Amid the disturbing discoveries, the protagonist realizes during a fight with the wide-eyed, creepily grinning Uchakip (Pikachu spelled backwards) that the creatures don’t just burrow into the ground and swoop down. pass out after being defeated. Instead, they die.

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Squiderman created a playable version of Pokemon cursed forever, released on May 25, 2021. As it is a relatively new adaptation of the Pokemon creepypasta, it didn’t get much traction. That said, this is a must-have game for all fans of the original story, especially those who have played other games based on Pokemon creepypastas.

5 Escape from Lavender City

Any die-hard fan of Pokemon creepypastas knows the myth of Lavender Town. As if it wasn’t spooky enough that the small town contains one of the most sinister locations in all of gaming, the graveyard known as Pokemon Tower, the town’s signature song is rumored to have been released with the original versions of pokemon red and blue contained a specific frequency that could cause children to do unspeakable acts on themselves.

Ultimately, this myth is just a hoax adding to the unsettling vibe of Lavender Town. That said, the story of Lavender Town Syndrome has inspired countless creepypasta-based stories, artwork, and other media. One of the most popular is a game developed by adriendittrick, titled Escape from Lavender City. It’s a short, free-to-play game that’s packed with fourth-wall-breaking scares, spooky dialogue, and, of course, the spooky frequencies of the original Lavender Town theme.

4 Easter Egg: Snow on Mount Argent

Piracy Pokemon games using a GameShark or ActionReplay can yield amazing results. Sometimes players will hack hard-to-find legendary creatures, unlimited rare candies, and shinies Pokemon. In the case of Easter Egg: Snow on Mount Argent, maybe some secrets hidden in the game code would have been better left untouched.

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Easter Egg: Snow on Mount Argent has been reimagined in a myriad of other media, including a short film based on the original story, incredibly gory artwork, and even a fan-made game based on the events of creepypasta. The original version of the game was developed by ProfessorCreepyPasta, Mibevan and DarksoulzFZ in 2015. Annie-Mienai later recreated and re-released the playable version of Easter Egg: Snow on Mount Argent in 2020.

3 scary black pokemon

scary black pokemon tells the story of an almost completely normal part of Pokemon Red and Blue. The catch is that the protagonist has an extra, irremovable Pokemon in their group named “Ghost”. Ghost has the same sprite as Pokemon in Pokemon Tower before it was unveiled with the Silph Scope and can use a move called “curse”, which can defeat any Pokemon with a single hit. What’s so dark about this extra creature is that when this move is used, it kills the opponent’s Pokemon. After the protagonist kills all of the opponent’s creatures, they can kill the enemy trainer themselves, leaving a tombstone where they once stood.

Developed by Ax461, scary black pokemonis a much longer game than most Pokemon Creeypastas based games. The player can play the entire first generation game with Ghost, killing his opponents and his Pokemon until they beat the Elite Four. After that? Well, the player is going to be surprised, as he faces the consequences of his genocidal actions.

2 pokemon lost money

pokemon lost money is undeniably one of the most infamous playable Pokemon creepypastas. From its haunting story to its chilling graphics, this story has remained a classic in this subgenre. Over the years, several online channels have played through pokemon lost money, and discovered its multiple endings (which the original story did not have).

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Developed by Creepy, pokemon lost moneyfollows an unnamed character as he navigates the dark and haunting tower of Bellsprout. Instead of the zone playing as it normally does in Pokemon Silver & Gold,the protagonist is left to wander aimlessly through the tower’s dark corridors. Pokemon in the protagonist’s party will spell out different scary messages as they progress, such as “LEAVE HURRY” and “DYING”, losing hope of their escape as it becomes futile.

1 Hypno’s Lullaby

“Hypno’s Lullaby” was originally a haunting song based on the various PokeDex entries for Hypno. Many of them claim that Hypno uses his pendulum to hypnotize and manipulate people, most often children. Pokemon X entry for Hypno even states that “there was once an incident in which he [Hypno] took away a child he hypnotized.”

This entry likely refers to a side quest in Pokemon LeafGreen & FireRed, where the player must find a girl lost in the forest who was allegedly drawn to Hypno. The game based on Hypno’s Lullaby follows that exact event but puts a much darker and sinister spin on what happens to the hapless protagonist who enters the forest and attempts to rescue the lost little girl from Hypno.

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