Pokemon Team Generator (offline) Not sure if this is the right place to post this, but I was inspired by the original Pokemon team generator, so I decided to write this program, it's a bit of an upgrade. However, I did write the program from scratch and did not borrow any code from the original. Okay, so my program can search for a Pokemon or team based on: + Primary or secondary typing + Region + Gender + Evolutionary stage + Competitive battling tier, according to this site Also, the program now shows details about attacks: + Type + Power + Accuracy + Physical / Special / Status + PP + Effects Don't just think of this program as just a generator, its also provides move-sets and strategies from this site. My program also has update options, so when the tier change or new strategies get added, the program will up to date. I wrote this program just for kicks, so I take no credit for the strategies/listing, all the credit goes to people at this site. Here is the download link: (jar) Old Version And here are some pictures: Hide (Move your mouse to the hide area to reveal the content) Show Hide Hide Hide Okay, i've noticed a problem if you use Winzip to extract the files. Winzip does not see that the files are contained in folders. However, winrar works just fine. If you insist on extracting with winzip, then you must create a folder called "data" and place "Attacks", "base stats", "data", "strategies", and "tier" in this folder. then you must create a folder called "lib" and place "appframework-1.0.3.jar" and "swing-worker-1.1.jar" in this folder and everything will work fine. The New 5th Generation Generator: Hide (Move your mouse to the hide area to reveal the content) Show Hide Hide Hide This version searches by all parameters as the older generator, plus: + Abilities + Learned Attacks + Attacks in Smogon Movesets! If you want to download this version, it can be found here: New Version. Keep in mind it is a jar file, so you will need the java runtime environment to use it; however, most people already have this installed; if you don't, it can be found here. Let me know what you think!