Pokémon Graphics Rendered in Pure HTML/CSS

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The year was 1998 and a crazy new video game just hit American shelves. Pokémon was an instant success and to this day continues to drive a new generation of fans with their growing library of video games and growing number of 700+ unique Pokémon.

This gallery is dedicated to the Nintendo cult classic focusing on browser-based Pokémon designs. These range from gym badges to an isometric rendering of Pallet Town.

Each project relies solely on HTML & CSS code, all of which is completely free to reuse or customize to your liking.

Kanto Gym Badges

Pokéball with Shine

Gen I Animated Sprites

Pikachu Face

Starters with Pokebéll Animation

CSS Pokédex

Flat Pokéball Icon

Pure CSS Trainer Red

Pokéball Loader

Isometric Pallet Town

Author: Jaime Morrison

Jaime is a jr. designer interested in mobile UI/UX research and frontend web development with JavaScript frameworks. He covers general news and useful resources in the web design space.