My Pokemon Ranch Wii Iso !FULL! Download
The file my poke ranch new save.rar is from @yeison_diaz (submitted to here), where the Mew and Phione and a few others has already been redeemed, but it appears there's some trades from Hayley that may still be available.Thanks to the research into the save structure done by @suloku, the tradable Pokémon have already been extracted and added to the existing entries in our In-Game Series > Pokémon Ranch area.
My Pokemon Ranch Wii Iso Download
Thank you! I love to leave Ranch on in the background and watch the pokemon play around but since I lost my save file I only had Haley's pokemon. This was perfect for what I was looking for. Is there a living dex in there?
My Pokémon Ranch (Japanese: みんなのポケモン牧場 Everyone's Pokémon Ranch) is a WiiWare title that was announced at Nintendo's fall 2007 conference. It is not considered a game, but rather an accessory for owners of Pokémon Diamond, Pearl, and Platinum. It was developed by Ambrella and could be purchased for 1,000 Wii Points. Pokémon can be transferred from Diamond and Pearl and stored on a farm. The player can use up to 8 Diamond and Pearl games to send their Pokémon, which then can be organized in the ranch by factors like height and weight. Players can sort, take pictures, and interact with up to 1,000 of their Pokémon.
The farm is owned by Hayley, a friend of Bebe's. Hayley will give the player information on the Pokémon, which will be different from the info in the games. She will also bring a Pokémon each day to the ranch, for which the player can trade. She will ask what type of Pokémon she will bring to the ranch next.
The title is essentially a Generation IV version of Pokémon Box. However, it is notable that Pokémon Ranch is similar to Pokémon Battle Revolution in that it will only interact with specific save files. This means that if a Pokémon is placed on the ranch, only the game from which it was placed onto the ranch may take the Pokémon back off it. This prevents people storing Pokémon and starting a new game - something for which previous storage titles were quite useful.
Whenever the player brings in one of the "Wanted Pokémon", Hayley will offer to trade one of her Pokémon for it, and the Pokémon received will be one of the following twenty and will know a TM, Egg move, or have something else that makes them unique. The Pokémon available for trade are limited to ones that Hayley has already brought to the ranch. She will occasionally bring a tradeable when the player chooses "No" for both answers when Hayley asks what kind of Pokémon she should bring to the ranch the next day.
These two Pokémon are only available once certain requirements are fulfilled. Once 250 Pokémon are present on the ranch, the ranch will expand and jump to a new level. When this level is obtained, Hayley will add a new Pokémon to the "Wanted" board, Leafeon. When Leafeon is brought to the ranch, she will offer to trade it for her Phione. When 999 Pokémon are present, the ranch will expand and jump to level 25, the maximum level outside of the Platinum update. Once this level is obtained, a new wanted Pokémon will be added. Hayley is now asking for any Pokémon Egg. When the egg is brought, she will offer to trade it for her Mew.
Regular events happen around the ranch at all times; Miis may interact with Pokémon by dancing with them or running away from them, mend fences, or sit down and observe Pokémon. Pokémon occasionally use attacks on each other (though causing no adverse effect), greet each other, or run away from Pokémon with type advantages against them. Attacks are not specialized, but are general type attacks; for example, there is no Fire Blast or Thunder Fang, only generic, type-specific attacks such as Electric Pokémon electrocuting others or Fire-type Pokémon breathing fire.
Every 15 minutes, a random event in the ranch will occur. These events don't have any real significance and are only intended for a good picture opportunity. Some events only occur after the player has a certain amount of Pokémon or certain kind of Pokémon in the ranch.
Toys with which Pokémon and Miis may play are delivered to the ranch every day from Level 4 onwards (when the user has deposited 15 Pokémon into the Ranch). The type of toys delivered randomly changes every day, and the amount of toys depends on the level of the ranch. Each toy comes in a present box, which must be picked up and dropped to open.