With some help from Yoshi, the results graphics for the Pokémon Purity Test have been updated to reflect being a part of Lycanroc.Net.
I've added a new affiliate, Taliax's Pamtre Berry.
The site features a nifty Secret Base decorator for designing that perfect Secret Base in the styles of the many classic Pokémon games, especially Ruby, Sapphire, & Emerald. It also has a Super Contest dress-up activity to make your Pokémon look fashionable like in the DS-era games, a Feebas tile tracker, information on Mystery Dungeon Friend Areas, and some of their homemade Pokémon books.
Be sure to check it out!
I have overhauled the Who's That Pokémon? game with the following changes:
I have likewise updated the Pokémon of the Day feature to include Generation IX.
Finally, I cleaned up the formatting of the article list a bit.
I finally got around to cleaning up some of the remnants of Floatzel.Net. I've added a few old sections:
In addition, I've renamed a few files (particularly my remixes) for clarity.
I've also taken down the contact form due to spam. Please e-mail me instead.
I have affiliated with another site today: myuma's Mirage Island.
This site features guides for HeartGold and SoulSilver, as well as other Nintendo DS games, along with a couple mini-games.
It's affiliate time again! Today's is Bluewiikoon's Nose Club.
The Nose Club is oriented heavily around design and artwork. The most notable feature is his gallery, with
pieces in the style of Ken
Sugimori, rainbow-themed art, and some wacky alternate Nosepass types. He also has fan-fiction, guides to
your own artistic abilities, and a few articles on unique topics. If you're a Nosepass fan, also check out the tongue-in-cheek
list of Nosepass
I've added a new SoundFont to the Rare SoundFonts page. Jake Gross (Datajake) submitted his conversion of the GM sound bank that shipped with old versions of Windows CE into both the SF2 and DLS formats.
Time for a new affiliate! This time, it's Kimbachu's PokéPrint. This site focuses on printable checklists and downloads to help play through the games without being tied to the Internet. It is currently a work-in-progress, with more checklists and worksheets coming in the future. Be sure to check it out.
The Pokémon of the Day feature now uses the images from Pokémon HOME.
I cleaned up the organization of the music pages.
I have added Pokémon Brilliant Diamond, Shining Pearl, Legends: Arceus, New Snap, and UNITE to the Pokémon game list.
This is just a quick update to state that I've been playing quite a bit of New Pokémon Snap lately, and I will soon add a gallery of pictures taken in the game.
I also went out birding a lot between the start of this year through mid-May. Check out my pictures over on Critter Pics.
It's been quite a long time since I've last added an affiliate, but I've added one today: Grenin's Place. The site features a variety of information and reviews of the Pokémon Diamond & Pearl anime, quizzes, and fan-fiction. Be sure to give it a look!
Happy New Year, everyone! Here's hoping that the vaccines prove successful and we can all make a transition back to normalcy soon.
I have uploaded a collection of Pokémon fonts to the miscellaneous downloads section. This is the same collection I posted back in 2010. I have also cleaned up the downloads page and brought over my old programs.
I have ported over the original news archive and updated many of the links to the Wayback Machine so you can view old affiliates' websites as they were over a decade ago. I have also updated the list of Pokémon games and started uploading some images in high resolution. The Pokémon of the Day can now display Generation 8 Pokémon. Finally, I've added a new rumor involving Kangaskhan and Cubone, and I've updated the Eevee entry.
(Also, hush, I know Dusk Lycanroc is missing from the banner.)
I have added a few questions to the Pokémon Purity Test. The news archive should finish being ported over tomorrow.
General page cleanup, footer cleanup, and I fixed a few links. The news page is now back online, and I also ported an old article from Floatzel.Net, Pokémon Rumors, which I also cleaned up a little and fixed a few dead links.
I'd also like to apologize for letting this site languish for quite a while. After the closure of Victory Road, I lost a lot of interest in working on a
Pokémon website, which was further cemented by the iffy Let's Go titles and especially in mid-2019 by the lackluster announcements preceding the release of
Pokémon Sword & Shield; I had gotten disenfranchised. I even made this
Pokérap GS, but with
non-Galar Pokémon removed in spite. (The worst part starts at 1:41.)
Of course, the DLC would partially rectify their decision to cut most of the Pokémon. But I digress; I feel I should step off that soapbox and at least put some work into this website again.
I have worked on a few other projects since the last time I did serious work on Lycanroc.Net, however, such as the Critterpedia, a little website showing the critters currently available in Animal Crossing: New Horizons.
One new upload for PokeRemixStudio:
Eleven new uploads for PokeRemixStudio:
One new upload for PokeRemixStudio:
Victory Road and the Adoption Center have been closed down. Thank you for making us a part of your lives since 2006!
The forum will remain up as an archive. If you wish to receive a copy of your PMs or if you'd like to request removal of any private information from your profile, please contact me.
The Pokékaki has closed down.
I have made a few changes to the Pokémon form usability matrix to bring it in line with Ultra Sun & Ultra Moon.
Next week marks the 11th anniversary of Victory Road. It’s certainly been a long journey of friendships, antagonisms, and programming adventures. It is with a wave of emotions that I must finally retire Victory Road.
I have added a new feature, the Pokémon form usability matrix, which shows all Pokémon forms and how they can be used. This page is most useful for those building a Living Pokédex.