Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Explorers of Time is one of a matched pair of Pokémon games for the Nintendo DS. The two games were released in Japan on September 13, 2007, and were released in North America on April 20, 2008.
Unlike any of the other games in the series (except Ranger), the Pokemon Mystery Dungeon games have developed stories that grow constantly, never letting you put down your Nintendo DS without the desire to continue playing, and does not have any unskippable scenes or tedious dialogue The story follows a human who transformed into a Pokemon who does not remember a thing about his/her past and a pokemon that just wants to help and become part of an Exploration team. They have some good adventures and bit-by-bit solve the mystery of the time/darkness gears.
One of the best factors in a game. The game puts you in a dungeon, which randomly generates each floor, putting you on a chess-like area, with other pokemon coming after you, looking for a turn-based scuffle. It is possible to do damage to them before they even get close! There are lots of dungeons to choose from, each with a different set of pokemon in it. If you are lucky, other pokemon will join your team! You can collect them all! If you fall into a dungeon, you have the option to send for help to another player, no Wi-Fi required! You can even make a living rescuing other players in need of help!
The controls are beginner-friendly and easy to master, just like in the previous games. You can move around a space at a time, face a direction without moving, or use an attack. And, you can even set a move on a button so you do not have to go to the attack screen over and over and over and over and over again. You even heal automatically every few turns! Now isn’t that nice? Although dungeon crawling can be tedious, it is great that each floor is randomly generated.