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4th December, 2020 at 04/12/2020 15:35:52 -

For many years I have been trying to hunt down two long-lost Klik & Play games called Anti-Pokemon Trainer and Anti-Pokemon Trainer 2.

They were created by a fellow called "amazer" circa 2002/2003 and hosted at this long-lost webpage that I was able to dig up via the Wayback Machine:
https://web.archive.org/web/20030727040101/http://www.site-resource.com/ap/index.php?page=downloads.html
Unfortunately, as you can see, the files themselves were not archived.

There doesn't seem to be any surviving reference to these games outside of the Wayback Machine, but I'm hoping that they may still exist in some old Klik & Play game collections out there (presumably under the filenames "apt.exe" and "apt2.exe" FWIW).

Some details that I remember about these games (which might hopefully jog somebody's memories) were:

- the title screen featured a meteor crashing into Pikachu's head
- the "missions" were assigned by Jesus from South Park
- gameplay consisted primarily of shooting characters that bounced around the screen
- there was an outer-space level with a simulated scrolling effect that was relatively impressive for the K&P engine
- the soundtrack featured corny MIDI renditions of late-1990s/early-2000s nu-metal

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4th December, 2020 at 04/12/2020 18:31:30 -

Hi, you do a great job in terms of providing lots of details. However, I've had a look and unfortunately I do not seem to have a copy of these games. Good luck with your quest!

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4th December, 2020 at 04/12/2020 19:39:38 -

Thank you Joshtek. In a way it's kind of a funny situation.

Many "lost" KnP games are readily available out there, but the folks trying to find them have forgotten specifics/details that would help them on their search.
In my case it's the opposite: I remember a great deal about these games (perhaps too much? ) but they seem to have disappeared from the web altogether.

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