- "Pokémon", Pokémon names and original designs © Nintendo, Creatures, The Pokémon Company and GAME FREAK 1995-2023.
- Music and sound effects © Nintendo and relevant partners 1995-2023, unless otherwise specified.
- Original Generation V Pokémon sprites, Generation VII icons, item icons and various UI images © Nintendo and relevant partners 2009-2023.
PokéFarm is a site made by fans for fans, and is in no way affiliated with Nintendo, Creatures, GAME FREAK, The Pokémon Company or any other partners.
- Game design and scenario © 2009-2023.
- All source code (excluding jQuery library) © 2015-2023.
- Eggs, modified Gen V, Gen VI+, Exclusive Pokémon sprites; character artwork; and custom UI images © 2013-2023.
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Our images may not be used without express permission - it will usually be granted, but we prefer you ask first rather than just steal!
Regarding use of Nintendo's characters
We are often asked "how is this legal?" when it comes to the use of Pokémon characters. They are, after all, Nintendo's Intellectual Property.
The late Satoru Iwata (4th president and CEO of Nintendo) was asked about Nintendo's stance towards fan works. Long story short, they are not interested in criminalising people who do something out of affection for Nintendo. You can read his full answer here (Question 14).
PokéFarm Q is a show of love for Pokémon, both from us as creators and our community as players.
Furthermore, we are not merely a clone of an official game. PokéFarm Q is entirely separate from any existing official title, as we work to create a wholly unique experience for Pokémon fans of all ages. Despite this, we make great efforts to stay true to the core of Pokémon.
We hope this clears up some misconceptions, and thank you for your understanding.
If you have any further questions, you are welcome to contact us.