Game Modes

Like all of the Pokémon games, Pokémon Stadium contained a variety of game modes for you to navigate and play with. These modes were somewhat limited in this first version of the game and were mostly organisational, providing various box services and services within the game to allow you to obtain all the Pokémon. This page is to detail all of the modes within the game

Battle Mode

GameBoy Game Required: No
Saved at the Pokémon Centre: No

The battle mode is the main mode within the game. In this mode, playable both with and without a GameBoy game within the Transfer Pak, you can play one of two different kinds of battles. First are the Free Battles, which allow you to face up using your game teams in single player or multiplayer.
Next are the tournament modes which give you two types of Cup; Level 30 and Level 50-55 which allow you to use an in-game team, or rental Pokémon, to battle through 8 trainers at a time.

Organisation

GameBoy Game Required: Yes
Saved at the Pokémon Centre: Yes

The top left option is only accessible if you are saved within a Pokémon Centre. This option allows you to easily organise the various boxes within your game. This was previously not easily doable in Pokémon Green, Red, Blue and Yellow. This allowed for both storage of Pokémon and items to be moved. Details of the Pokémon in the boxes could also be checked so you can get information on moves and stats. Pokémon can also be released within this mode.

Summary

GameBoy Game Required: Yes
Saved at the Pokémon Centre: Yes

Like the part of the Organisation feature, this mode allows you to quickly scan through all of the Pokémon stored in your party and box, giving details on their stats, type, OT, ID and moves so you can scan through at a glance. You can filter the Pokémon for easier access..

Pokédex

GameBoy Game Required: Yes
Saved at the Pokémon Centre: No

This mode allows you to check through your Pokédex. Here, you can see all of the Pokémon in 3D as well as get their Pokédex information. It also has a special part where you can view where in Kanto they can be found, where it also lists the level in which they are found. A toggle can be used to superimpose the map from the game over the image

GB

GameBoy Game Required: Yes
Saved at the Pokémon Centre: No

This mode allows you to play through the Pokémon game inserted in your Transfer Pak on the big screen, similar to how the Super GameBoy ran. Like the Super GameBoy, the GB mode runs the game with its Super GameBoy border and with the colours brought from the game.

Once you have defeated one of the tournaments, you get Doduo mode which increases the speed by 100% while if you complete both tournaments, you get the Dodrio mode which increases speed to 3 times normal.

Party

GameBoy Game Required: Yes
Saved at the Pokémon Centre: No

This mode allows you to look at your in-game party, checking out the moves and stats of the Pokémon within the party and re-arrange the party for when you return to the game

Register

GameBoy Game Required: Yes
Saved at the Pokémon Centre: No

This mode allows you to register the Pokémon in your party onto the game so that you can use them in the various battle modes without the need to have the GameBoy game within your Transfer Pak. Teams can be registered with Pokémon not useable within the game, but those Pokémon get crossed out.

 
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