Digimon World
Digimon World is about virtual pets.
Where the story focuses on a human brought to File City on File Island by Jijimon to save the island.
Digimon have been losing their memories and becoming feral and the city has fallen into disarray.
The goal of the player, who is represented by an unnamed young boy, is to save the island by helping Digimon recover their memory and return to the city.

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Release: 28 January 1999, Remake 2020
Publisher: Bandai
Developer: Bandai, Flying Tiger Development
Genre: RPG, Digital pet
Platform: PlayStation, Windows(Steam)
Mode: Single-player, Multiplayer

The game revolves around a young boy, who is drawn into the Digital World through his V-Pet device.
Jijimon greets and asks him a few questions, the answers to which determine whether he begins with an Agumon or Gabumon.
His goal is to travel around File Island, locating all of the resident Digimon of File City who have turned feral and bring them back, raising Digimon partners in the process.
He must train his Digimon and battle his way through all of Digimon World until the once sparsely populated city is flourishing with different Digimon from all of Digimon World.
He must eventually go to Infinity Mountain (the final location) to confront the antagonist, Analogman, and the mega Machinedramon, and save the Digital World from destruction.

Game Play
The gameplay revolves around raising a single Digimon from its egg form, hatching into a Fresh, up through In-Training, Rookie, Champion, and with work, Ultimate. A Digimon partner will "fade away" with age, and return to an egg eventually, so the player has to raise it again. To raise a Digimon partner, the player must train it, feed it, let it rest and take it to a bathroom.

The other main part of gameplay is battle. The player's partner Digimon fight the Digimon that have become aggressive due to a crisis on File Island. Partner Digimon begin the game with a few basic skills, but acquire more as they progress in levels through the game.

The more Digimon who you gain in your city will make training and various other aspects of the game much easier. Many will open shops and even sell items, some which will open mini-games you can play to gain rewards and items.

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Date: 30-Jan-20