Pokémon Masters (ポケモンマスターズ)
|DeNA||DeNA||iOS, Android||August 29, 2019 (Worldwide)||Single player
|ESRB: E10+ (US)
PEGI: 3 (EUR)
ACB: G (AUS)
|Table of Contents:|
|Pokémon Masters Main Page - Description - Story/Information - Patches - Features - Screenshots - Language|
Pokémon Masters Language:Throughout the Professor Oak Trainer reveal trailer for Pokémon Masters, a lot of the in-game letters could be seen on some notes and the books on the shelf. E is the most common letter used in the English language and there is a very noticeable book spine that had a 5 character word, 4 of which were the same. Deducing that E is the most common letter and that the spine of the books were the names of Pokémon in English, the middle book was identified as Eevee. From there, it was just figuring out other Pokémon names that matched the letter length on the book spines to determine the other letters in the alphabet. The same characters are also used throughout the actual game as well.
The poster on the wall is actually the Pokémon Masters story from the official website:
Pasio is an artificial island where each Trainer has one trusted Pokémon partner.
The Pokémon on the book spines are from Left to Right:
Garchomp, Charizard, Meowth, Starmie, Eevee, Rockruff, Metagross, Pikachu
YouTube Clip - A New Trainer is Coming to Pokémon Masters!
Language Characters:This language that is used in the Pokémon Masters game is actually a simple substitution cipher where one basic modern Latin alphabet letter is replaced with a symbol from the made up language. This character substitution is also used for the Anime Languages.
|Letters 1 - 13|
|Letters 14 - 26|