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DescriptionA point based game where you control a kingler in a race against time to catch, or rather toss, as many fish as possible. To accomplish this you will move back and forth across a river bank and try to scoop out the goldeens and magikarp while avoiding the quilfish, which will cause you to waste precious time as you recover from their quills.
Holding A determines how deep you'll reach for fish, holding to long will result in you hitting yourself.
The game can be accessed by scanning the long dot-code on the Pokemon-e Expedition cards, Cloyster (42/165), Kingler (50/165), Goldeen (111/165), and Magikarp (118/165). Or in Japan the Pokemon e-card expansion 1 cards, Cloyster (78/128), Kingler (79/128), Goldeen (11/128), and Magikarp (12/128).
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Opipeuter (16350) added Kingler's Day (Game Boy Advance) on Nov 25, 2007
Satoru Iwata (Nintendo)Producer:
Tsunekazu Ishihara (TPC), Masayoshi Tanimura (HAL Laboratory), Toru Musha (Olympus), Satoru Okada (Nintendo)Very Special Thanks:
Junichi Masuda (Game Freak), Ken Sugimori (Game Freak), Hiroyuki Enomoto (Game Freak), Hiroaki Tsuru (TPC), Hiroyuki Jinnai (Creatures), Gakuji Nomoto (TPC), NOA Engineering
Masato Ishii (Creatures)Art Director:
Katsuyoshi Irie (Creatures)Programmer:
Tetsuo Kujiraoka (HAL Laboratory), Satoshi Mitsuhara (Creatures), Hitoshi Matsui (Creatures), Takahiro Nagai (Creatures)Game Designer: