No longer catching 'em all
Pokémon Uranium made quite a splash when it launched a while back, with 1.5 million downloads being racked up. Sadly download links for the fan-made game were removed following fears of legal action, but the developers insisted that the project was
"Our own feelings about this situation are completely different"
Fan-made title Pokémon Uranium arrived on the scene recently and was downloaded over 1.5 million times. The news yesterday that its developers had voluntarily removed the official download links from the web triggered speculation that Nintendo'
Not before more than 1.5 million downloads, mind
Last week we reported on Pokémon Uranium, a fan-made PC outing in the Pokémon universe which took 9 years to produce. Boasting it has its own region, characters and (naturally) fresh 'mon, Uranium also features online trading and battling. The game was so popular that the servers quickly buckled...
Servers melting as players rush to download it
After the arrival, acclaim and takedown of Metroid II re-imagining "AM2R", there's now a Pokémon game 9 years in the making that's being distributed for free on PC. It's Pokémon Uranium, which is undoubtedly bold - it has its own area and all-new characters and Pokémon, along w