This is a guide to the different secrets, easter eggs, and other references that can be found in New Pokemon Snap for the Nintendo Switch. See what kind interesting hidden secrets await in the Lental Region!
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Todd Snap, the protagonist of the original Pokemon Snap for the N64, reappears in New Pokemon Snap as one of the supporting characters who aids Professor Mirror on his research.
He often speaks of his prior photography experience and sometimes gives tips on how to get better scoring photos.
As you traverse the islands of the Lental Region, you'll be boarding the Neo-One, the game's primary vehicle. This vehicle seems to pay homage to the Zero-One used by Todd Snap from Pokemon Snap on the N64.
Much like the Zero-One, the Neo-One seems to retain the it's predecessor's capabilities of traversing most types of terrain. This is just one of the many tools that you'll use as you research Pokemon in the Lental region.
Similar to the Galar Region, the Lental Region appears to have it's own unique alphabet used in their forms of writing. The characters they use seem to have a 1:1 correspondence with English characters.
Through observation and inference, we've compiled several instances where we can see this writing to try and decipher what they might mean.
|Photo||Description / Translation|
|Text found on the Neo-01
|Sign found at the entrance of Professor Mirror's laboratory
Translation: Lental Pokemon and Natural Science Laboratory
|Text found on the camera itself.
Translation: Fellow ID 0008764
Lental Institute of Pokemon and Nature
|Found as a patch on the researcher's uniforms, among other places.
Translation: Lental Institute
Pokemon and Nature
|Sign found near the start of the Park (Day) Course on Florio Island.
Translation: Florio Nature Park
|Photo from Captain Vince's travelogue
Translation: Illumina Pokemon
|The cover of your Photodex as viewable from the Lab.
Translation: Lental Region Photodex
|Before Professor Mirror starts evaluating your photos.
|Inscribed beneath the mural in Cave (Illumina Spot)
Translation: Illumina Pok Mon Crystabloom
|In the walls of the Aurus Ruins.
Translation: Tellur Meteorite Illumina Pok Mon
|Each time a region's Pokemon has been fully documented on the Photodex, a sticker is added with it's respective name.
Translation (Clockwise, from the upper left): Florio, Durice, Aurus, Maricopia, Belusylva, Voluca.
Check our guide below to find all Alternate Route locations!
The iconic imagery of Surfing Pikachu makes it's reappearance in New Pokemon Snap with a silly little twist!
When you encounter Ho-Oh in the Volcano at Research Level 3, it starts to screech and shows off its wings. This is the same pose that the Pokemon does when you encounter it in the GBA Pokemon games.
In the original N64 Pokemon Snap, there are two Jynx in the cave level that will summon an Ice-type Pokemon after using the Poke-Flute.
In the original N64 Pokemon Snap, if you keep throwing fruits at a particular area in the volcano level, a group of Charmanders appear and you can take their group photo.
When pausing the game, you can find a random silhouette of a Pokemon next to the Pause Menu text. Hovering over the silhouette causes it to change its pose and pressing the A button causes it to bop a bit.
You can also find another Pokemon silhouette on the Retry Menu, as well as the photo selection screen.
|Mew and its Orb Form|
Mew can be found in the last course in the original N64 Pokemon Snap. To take its photo, you need to break its transparent orb multiple times.
In New Pokemon Snap, you can find Mew hidden in the Jungle course after completing the story. Similar to the previous game, you need to throw Fluffruits while in its orb form multiple times to take its photo.
|Photos in the Lab|
On the loading screen, the game mentions that Rita has landscape photos that cannot be found anywhere in the Lental Region. If you head to the alternate route in the Research Camp, you can find these photos inside.
Upon closer inspection, these photos are actually concept art from the latest Pokemon movie, Pokemon the Movie: Secrets of the Jungle.
If you throw a Fluffruit at a Kangaskhan, it starts to roar and intimidate you. This is the same pose that the Pokemon does if you throw an apple at it in the original N64 Pokemon Snap.
In the mobile game Pokemon: Magikarp Jump, you train a Magikarp and compete to see whose Pokemon can jump the highest. One random event in the game involves a Pidgeotto snagging away the player's Magikarp if it jumps too high.
In New Pokemon Snap, one request requires you to make Magikarp jump high enough to get snatched by a Pidgeot.
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One request in New Pokemon Snap involves helping a Deerling reunite with a Sawsbuck. This allows you to take the Sunny Spot area of the Forest, which all of Sawsbuck's forms can appear after following some steps.
The premise of this request is similar to an episode of the Pokemon anime,
"The Four Seasons of Sawsbuck!". The episode involves a Pokemon photographer getting lost in a foggy forest and stumbling upon a secret spot that contains all of Sawsbuck's seasonal forms.
We are still on the lookout for more secrets and easter eggs available in New Pokemon Snap. If you found something that we missed, be sure and let us know in the comments section below!
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|All Secrets and Easter Eggs||Post Game Contents and 100 Percent Guide|
|How to Use Auto Select Efficiently||How to Unlock Burst Mode|
|All Ancient Ruin Locations||All Crystabloom Locations|
|Hidden Paths Guide: All Branching Route Locations||How to Get Behind the Waterfall|
|How to Get 10 3-Star Photos in One Run||How to Get 10 4-Star Photos in One Run|
|All Research Spot Locations||How to Get a High Course Score|
|How to Unlock All Research Titles||How to Unlock All Profile Icons|
|How to Unlock All Stickers||How to Unlock All Filters|
|How to Unlock All Frames||List of Unlockables|
|How Long is New Pokemon Snap?||Is New Pokemon Snap Multiplayer?|
|Amiibo Compatibility||Are There Shinies? Color Variation Guide|
|How to Change Your Name||How to Speed Up the Neo-One|
|How to Save||Evolutions Guide: How Do Evolutions Work?|
|What is in the Whirlpool in Maricopia Reef?||-|
|How Does Online Play Work?||How to Get a High Ranking Online|
|How to Get Sweet! Medals||-|
|Mechanics and Game Controls|
|Controls and Best Settings||How to Print New Pokemon Snap Photos|
|Camera Guide: Camera Features and How to Use||Photo Editing Mode Guide|
|How to Change Your Language Settings||How to Use Re-Snap|
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