Explore lush scenery on unknown islands to snap photos of Pokémon in their natural habitats with The New Pokemon Snap game. Seek out and take in-game photographs of Pokémon in their native environments. Only for the Nintendo Switch™ system! Snap photos from the NEO-ONE as you encounter and research lively wild Pokémon.
You might see unexpected expressions or behaviors—Pokémon patrolling their territory, playing, or lurking in out-of-the-way spots. Investigate the mysterious Illumina phenomenon. Travel to the islands that make up the Lentil region. In this region, some of the Pokémon and vegetation will appear to have a special glow. Research these Pokémon alongside Professor Mirror as you explore dense jungles, vast deserts, and more!
Your observations of Pokémon thriving in the wild may help unravel the truth behind the Illumina phenomenon. The Pokémon pictures you take will be used to build your very own Pokémon Photodex! Save, edit, and share your favorite Pokémon photos. Save photos to your personal in-game album to edit and adjust them. When you complete a course, you can adjust the brightness, blur, zoom and other aspects of your photo in Re-Snap mode. Then, add stickers, frames, and filters to add a personal touch. Share your favorite photos with family and friends in-game*. You can also see what kinds of photos everyone else is taking.
See something you like? Award a Sweet! medal. This new game brings the gameplay of the 1999 Pokémon Snap game for the Nintendo 64™ system to life on the Nintendo Switch system with unknown islands to discover and different Pokémon to see! Photograph lively wild Pokémon in their natural habitats as you research and explore unknown islands.
Hop in your trusty travel pod, the NEO-ONE, and journey through a variety of environments such as beaches, jungles, and deserts to capture previously-unseen Pokémon behaviors. You can even play a melody or toss Pokémon a delicious fluffruit to catch their attention. Photos you take can also be used to fill out your very own Pokémon Photodex! Your photos are scored based on the Pokémon’s poses, how large they appear, how directly they’re facing you, and other factors.