Snorlax seems to be a popular character within the Pokemon Franchise, and therefore he has some appearances in other games. For the most part, we see Snorlax in side Pokemon games such as the Pokemon Mystery Dungeon Series and the Super Smash Bros. game series. Below is some basic information about Snorlax in those side games!

Pokemon Mystery Dungeon

Snorlax appears in five different Mystery Dungeon Games: Red Rescue Team, Blue Rescue Team, Explorers of Time, Explorers of Darkness, and Explorers of Sky.

We will start off by looking at the game information from Mystery Dungeon Red Rescue Team and Mystery Dungeon Blue Rescue Team.
Red & Blue Rescue Team
Body Size: 1
Recruit Rate: 2%
Friend Area: Energetic Forest (Thirteenth Floor), Howling Forest (Floor Eleven-Fourteen)
Snorlax is a hard character to obtain, or recruit, in your party. The best way to get him to come with you is to use a high level Pokemon carrying the Friend Bow. Continue to battle him until Snorlax decides to join you due to your strength. A lot of people in reviews said that Snorlax killed their Charizard, so be careful while you battle him! He is a tough fight. The only other way to get a Snorlax is if you get Munchlax up to level 40, and then he will evolve. After Snorlax joins your party, he is able to talk to you whenever his HP goes up or down, and when he levels up. Below are the phrases he gives:
51%-100% HP: I eat, I eat, and I still want to eat!
26%-50% HP: I just noticed... Why is my HP down to half?
1%-25% HP: I don't understand it. Why am I fainting?
Level Up: Yay! I leveled up! Will that make me hungry?

In comparison, the Mystery Dungeon Explorers of Time, Explorers of Darkness, and Explorers of Sky focus on different aspects.
Explorers of Time, Darkness, and Sky
Body Size: 1
Recruit Rate: -12%
IQ Group: E

The IQ Group in this game is a type of skill system. By gaining IQ points, various benefits are received. You can increase Snorlax's IQ by feeding him Gummis. Also, occasionally, Snorlax could experience a stat raise of Attack, Defense, Special Attack, or Special Defense by 1 to 3. Having an IQ of E means that Snorlax is the following:
Self-Curer: The Pokemon recovers faster from status problems. Temporary status conditions will usually not last beyond 3 turns with this skill.
Non-Sleeper: The Pokemon resists sleep from traps and the moves of foes.
Energy Saver: The Pokemon’s Belly empties slower.
Efficiency Expert: When near several enemies, the Pokemon will target the one that has the lowest HP.
Body Guard: If a team member next to this Pokemon is in trouble and has low HP, the Pokemon will step in to take attacks aimed at the friend.
Survivalist: The Pokemon's Belly fills up more than usual from eating. It may also resist the bad effects of eating Grimy Food.
Defender: The Pokemon becomes very defensive, so its Defense and Special Defense are both boosted by 1 level. Its Attack and Special Attack are both reduced by 1 level, however.
The easiest way to obtain a Snorlax in your party is by evolving Munchlax. Munchlax will evolve into Snorlax once his IQ skill rate reaches up to at least two stars. After that, you need to defeat Darkrai and recruit Palkia by going back to the area, Special Rift. After, you can go to the Luminous Springs and evolve Munchlax into Snorlax.

Super Smash Bros.

Snorlax appears in four different Super Smash Bros. games, and they are as follows: Super Smash Bros., Super Smash Bros. Meele, Super Smash Bros. Brawl, and Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS/Wii U.

Super Smash Bros.

When released from a Poké Ball, Snorlax will ascend into the air before descending over a large area of the screen with a Body Slam that sends any opponent underneath flying.

Super Smash Bros. Meele

Snorlax does the same maneuver as it did in the previous game, but covers a smaller area.
Snorlax is also a Poke Float. It is lying down asleep and so fighting occurs on its head and belly.

Melee Trophy Info

Snorlax love to sleep and love to eat: these portly Pokemon get grumpy if they don't get 888 pounds of food per day. After snacking out, they always nap. They have cast-iron stomachs and can eat moldy and even rotten food with no digestion problems. They are the heaviest Pokémon on record, weighing in at over 1,000 pounds.

Super Smash Bros. Brawl

Snorlax once again performs the same maneuver as the previous games.
Snorlax is also a Poke Float. It is lying down asleep and so fighting occurs on its head and belly.

Brawl Trophy Info

A Sleeping Pokemon. It's the ultimate loafer. Sometimes children like to play on top its big belly. Once in a slumber, not even the hardest rain or the fiercest wind will wake it. Snorlax recovers health and restores its physical state by sleeping, and it proves daunting with its damaging Snore attack. Snorlax is the king of Sleeping Pokemon.

Nintendo 3DS/Wii U

Snorlax reappears as a
Poke Ball summon in these games,
behaving the same way as before.

Trophy Info

This sleepy, Normal-Type Pokemon is huge! It eats more than 900 lb. of food every day. Most of the time not spent eating is spent sleeping. That big, round body comes in handy when it's brought onto a Smash Bros. battlefield—the Body Slam attack will send anyone who gets hit flying into the air!

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