Pokémon is a series that needs no introduction, as it's one of the most popular series worldwide. There are over 900 Pokémon to collect across various games, but any fan worth their Pokédollars has wanted to make their own. One tool that will let you create your own Pokémon is the Pokémon Fusion.
Pokémon Fusion is an online tool that combines the sprites of two Pokémon, though it is currently limited to Gen 1 Pokémon. You can select each Pokémon to fuse, with the first supplying its face and the second the body. You can also enter your name to get your fused starter or hit the Random button to see what bizarre combination you get.
There is another tool that fuses Pokémon called Pokémon Fusion Generator. This one lets you access Pokémon from multiple generations. This generator comes with many fun features, such as evolving your creation, a world map, a Pokédex, and more.
What is Pokémon Infinite Fusion?
Pokémon Infinite Fusion is a fan-made ROM hack that uses custom sprites generated by Pokémon Fusion tools. This ROM hack was created by Pokémon fan Schrroms. It features 400 sprites, eight gyms, a randomized world, and more. There are many other exciting features to discover in-game, so if you are looking to shake up your Pokémon experience, give it a shot.
How to play Pokémon Infinite Fusion ROM hack
Note: Pokémon Infinite Fusion is not an official release, nor is it licensed by The Pokémon Company or Nintendo. Access this ROM hack at your own risk. PGG does not condone pirating or any unofficial use of licensed IP or products.
Pokémon Infinite Fusion is a ROM hack, so you will need to download the ROM files and an emulator to run the game. Both ROM hacks and emulators should be inspected carefully, and you will be downloading and playing these at your own risk. Depending on the files and where you download them, you run the risk of viruses infecting your PC. If you decide to proceed, Pokémon Infinite Fusion is played like a standard Pokémon game. You will collect your team and challenge the gyms as you become a Pokémon Master.
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