It’s always cool to see two game franchises collide, but the fact that this experience was made in Minecraft without mods is straight up impressive. Called Pokémon: Cobalt and Amethyst, the map has been in development for over a year and features a new story, battles, and over 136 new Pokémon. Anyone can play the map using regular vanilla Minecraft, and while it’s only available in single-player, the developers promise a 60 to 80 hour experience once the map has been completed.

You’ll be able to explore a whole new region, fight a new enemy, and use your Pokémon to battle against other original and classic Pokémon. And while there is always concern that Nintendo will file a DMCA takedown, the creators of the map are confident that with a name-change and a few tweaks they would be able to put it back online. If you’re interested in checking the map out, you can read the official premise and download it here.

Are you going to try playing Pokémon in Minecraft? Let us know in the comments!

Source: Official Map Page

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Harrison Bolin
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