This is the sequel to PTD 1. It was released on July 24, 2012, but its Story Mode wasn't in place until around September that year. Instead, a mode used with only 8 levels in the prequel, called 1v1 Mode, was used. Currently, PTD 2 is on Alpha v1.82.1, with the fifth Gym Challenge Mode level being released and Unova Pokémon being catchable in the wild now. With the Story Mode being finished at this point, Sam still has nearly 100 Pokémon overall to add into the game from other regions. Also all the Pokemon up to Kalos at this point exist in the game.
PTD 2 Features
- Day/Night System: Like Sentret, Snivy, Tepig, Pignite, Charmander, Bulbusaur, Eevee can be found in the daytime and Hoothoot, weezing, gastly can be found in the nighttime, just like the real games, but the game's clock is not your real time, and you can change the time by going to a Pokémon Center in the past.
- 1v1 Mode: A mini mode with only 8 levels in which you battle NPCs in single battles. To play this mode, you use coins to buy Pokémon and items.
- Gym Challenge Mode: A challenging battling mode in which you battle with Shinies and you battle the Kanto Gym Leaders. This mode only has 5 levels at this point, so it's still in progress.
- You use arrow keys or WASD to move around, and get to explore the map instead of just clicking on a level and fighting Pokémon like in PTD 1.
- You can see the wild Pokémon walking around before you battle them, when you run into a wild Pokémon while walking around, there will be 30 of that Pokémon that will then come out on the left side of the screen, later in the game, you can also find their evolved form(s) in the waves but at slim odds.
- Held Items
- First Pokémon in your party follows you around like in the real HeartGold/SoulSilver versions of Pokémon.
- Transfering Pokémon from PTD 1 to PTD 2: There is a link in the PTD 1 Pokémon Center that allows you to trade your PTD 1 Pokémon to PTD 2.
In the nearby lakes and ponds you can find Magikarp with the Old rod, you can find Squartle, Starmie, Staryu, Oshawott, and Poliwrath with the Good rod, you can find Gyarados, Lapras, Tentacruill, Blastoise, Frogadier, Sharpedo with the Great rod.
- Running Shoes/Bicycle: The Running Shoes make you go faster than you normally do in the game. They can be acquired in Cherrygrove City in the present. The Bicycle, however, makes you go super fast when equipped. It can be received in Goldenrod City.
- Level Cap is 100
- Adopt Now Feature: In the PTD 2 Pokémon Center, you can put a Pokémon up for trade for SnD Coins, choosing from 1 to 20, but it may take days or weeks for someone to buy your Pokémon, even if it is a rare Shiny or Shadow Pokémon.
- Get to level up to level 110: Once you have beaten three out of four of the World Tournament rounds, you will get to level up your Pokémon to level 110 in PTD 2, in which you originally cannot do in the original Pokémon games and is very helpful since you learn a special move at level 110 and you will get to hit every Pokémon with OHKO moves, except for the Pokémon in the final boss battle with Darkness, which are level 111.
- Convert to Shiny: An amazing feature in the PTD 2 Pokémon Center, this is a feature where you can spend 10 SnD Coins or 800 Daily Coins to convert a Normal Pokémon to Shiny. Also, Sam added Shiny Victini and Shiny Glaceon into the game due to the feature but the only way to get them Shiny is to convert or trade.
- Convert to Shadow: Same as "Convert to Shiny", but this allows you to convert your Normal Pokémon to Shadow instead for 10 SnD Coins or 800 Daily Coins.
- Hall of Fame: Another cool feature in the PTD 2 Pokémon Center, here you can submit your collections of Normal, Shiny, and Shadow Pokémon. They will be posted to the public and all the Pokémon submitted will get a Hall of Fame ribbon. You can also get some cool legendary Pokémon prizes for the more Pokémon you submit. Can you catch them all?!
- The Deevolution Chamber: In the PTD 2 Pokémon Center, you can deevolve your Pokémon for 15 Daily Coins so you can add some evolution stages that you might've missed out on to your Hall of Fame. It also works on legendaries, in addition to Alpha v1.71.
- Invasions: In addition to Alpha v1.78, Sam added Hoenn Pokemon into the wild, in addition to Alpha v1.80, Sam added Sinnoh Pokemon into the wild, and in addition to Alpha v1.82, Sam added Unova Pokemon into the wild. Also, in addition to Alpha v1.81, you are now able to choose which Invasion you have in Elm's Lab, and are even able to change it back to the original Kanto and Johto Pokemon in the wild. Note: These Invasions are only available to players who have beaten PTD 2, and you only have a chance to see starters in the wild after you beat PTD 2.