Popular Pokémon Game Scrapped, Game Over For Fans
Nintendo's lawyers have pulled the game...
Pokémon Uranium is a fan-made game that’s been immensely popular for its lifespan, which has now come to an end.
The game was up and running for nine years with full support from its creators including updates, downloads and assistance. Now that will come to an end.
The game was pulled from online as a download when Nintendo's lawyers began attacking the makers back in August. Now, to avoid a lengthy legal battle, the Pokémon Uranium creators have announced on Twitter that they will stop supporting the game.
Pokémon Uranium was downloaded by over 1.5 million gamers. For those that missed the chance, it was a PC game that featured over 100 unique Pokémon to collect, massive areas to explore and was all laid out in the original handheld 2D style graphics.
The game allowed for online battle and trade, featured a new type of Nuclear Pokémon and allowed you to talk to your Pokémon.
While the game was a lot of original fun, it stepped on the rights of Pokémon at a time when the company is doing really well, so the end was inevitable. You can likely still download it from some corner of the internet, it’ll just never get updated or supported again sadly.