Wild keyboard appeared
I guess I've been living in a cave because this is the first time I've heard of this game, but a press release from Nintendo tells us Learn with Pokemon: Typing Adventure for DS is being released in Europe today. Developed by Genius Sonority, it aims to help players learn typing skills by entering Pokemon names - at the end of each level is a Pokemon boss. A wireless keyboard comes bundled with the game.
Go on a totally new kind of Pokemon journey with new Learn With Pokemon: Typing Adventure. Using the included Nintendo Wireless Keyboard, practise your touch-typing whilst encountering your favorite Pokemon!
You'll be taking on the role of a new member of the Elite Typists' Club and aiding Professor Quentin Werty with his research, as you progress through up to 60 courses.
Get this Nintendo Wireless Keyboard included with the game - it features the standard English key layout and may also work with other Bluetooth-compatible products!
Fun for beginners and typing pros, Learn With Pokemon: Typing Adventure starts you off gently by just typing the first letter of a Pokemon's name before moving you on to much trickier exercises.
Successfully typing a Pokemon's name will allow you to capture and research them. There are over 400 for you to find, including Legendary Pokemon!
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