Pokémon Dash is a racing video game developed by Ambrella for the Nintendo DS. It was a launch title in Japan and Europe.
You would instead enjoy the gameplay of this game. You rub the touch screen in the direction you wish to go. The top screen shows the race’s current positions and goals left, while the bottom screen is the screen where you direct your Pokemon to the plans. You must not waste a second while racing, for your rivaling Pokemon racers will quickly get ahead of you. Depending on how well you did, you will earn trophies for that cup. You also have the option of racing against the clock in Time Attack mode. There is also a mode called Expert where you can pass through the goals in any order you want.
The graphics in this game aren’t pretty good, in my opinion. Pikachu looks better in the RPGs than he does in this game. The same goes for other Pokemon, such as Torchic and Meowth. They just don’t look that good to me. When they are being shown on the top screen, they are fine, though, saving the Graphics.
The sound is okay. But it gets annoying after a bit (such as the main menu music). And Pikachu and the sound effects on the main titles aren’t that good. You might usually tolerate racing music and winning music.
Time Attack is where you must get to each goal, trying to beat the clock. This mode is challenging to complete. Special Cup is where you can combine your Pokemon GBA games(Ruby, Sapphire, Fire Red, Leaf Green, Emerald) to race on the Pokemon you have in your party as tracks. There are a total of two goals in each Pokemon Special Cup track. The time you have in each Special Cup is determined by how high your Pokemon levels are, one second for each group, then multiplied by the number of common types with your party. There is also a Multiplayer mode where you can use the DS’s wireless abilities so you can race from two to six of your friends at the same time in any cup the leader chooses.