Conclusion: Learn With Pokémon: Typing Adventure isn't going to teach you have to professionally touch-type, but it will help kids get better acquainted with a keyboard and improve their speed and accuracy. As an added bonus, Pokéfans will improve their ability to distinguish the 500-odd Pokémon, which could be an invaluable skill ahead of the release of Pokémon X & Y later this year.
Pros: Decent keyboard, Surprisingly challenging, Over 400 Pokémon, Semi-educational
Cons: No real instructions on technique, You're spelling ridiculous words, Bland visuals
Summary: This is an unexpectedly entertaining entry to the long list of Pokémon spin-offs. While it may not teach you how to type, you will learn how to quickly spell MIENSHAO or how to tell apart a Marill from an Azurill from a distance - utterly essential life skills, if you ask us. Pokémon Typing is fun and challenging for both Typing Rookies and Master Typists alike, but shouldn't be considered an must-buy, even for hardcore fans of the series.