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See also Similar Games for completed, proprietary monster catching games.


A Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike open world with elements. There are Pokemon-like elements.


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Doodles created by an artist on OpenGameArt.

There are 292 monsters so far.



An art project with numbered monsters.

Color Monster

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Color Monster is a GPL game under development by Tuxemon contributor Dulsi in which you colour the monsters that you catch.

Catch Challenger


Catch Challenger is a contributor to the Tuxemon project, as we are using some of their open source assets.

Licence: GPL3 (code); GPL3, CC BY, LGPL (datapack)

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  • Catch Challenger has 14 types: Normal, Electric, Bird, Fire, Water, Stone, Ground, Plant, Ice, Fight, Poison, Psy, Spectre, Steal (Steel)



OPMon is a contributor to the Tuxemon project, as we might use some of their open source assets.

The code is under GNU GPL 3.0 and the art is under CC BY-SA 4.0 (licence details). Original music is also under CC BY-SA 4.0 (see here).

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  • OPMon has 18 types: Bad, Bug, Burning, Cold, Dragon, Electron, Fight, Ghost, Ground, Liquid, Magic, Mental, Metal, Mineral, Neutral, Sky, Toxic, Vegetal
  • The game is called OPMon Lazuli
  • Similarities and differences with Pokemon
  • Some of the sprites are modified versions of proprietary sprites (for example, Team Mystare grunt includes parts from the Team Plasma grunt sprite)
  • Some OPMon art and monsters are not yet added to this wiki

Guardian Monsters

See also Guardian Monsters on wiki

Formerly known as Friends with Monsters.

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Friends with Monsters

Friends with Monsters had five types: Earth, Water, Fire, Air and Light (or Energy)

Monster Trainer RL

A monster catching roguelike with procedurally generated maps. The creator has confirmed that it is under the MIT Licence.

Open source JRPGs

While not monster-catching games specifically, these are notable for being open source JRPGs.



A collection of fakemon under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial licence.