I converted all Pokémon sprites to ANSI, so you can view them in you terminal (or browser).
Get a random Pokémon in your terminal:
Get a specific Pokémon:
You can also view it in the browser: pkmn.li
You will need true color support in your terminal.
I am using the PokeAPI sprites for the images and the PokeAPI api-data for the flavor text (Pokédex entries). I am generating all Pokémon from the static data in the repositories. I am not actually using the PokeAPI.
Creating ANSI from the sprites
To create the ANSI from the sprites I am using the Rust program viu. Generating html from ANSI is actually rather difficult. Unlike with aare.li, where I am using ansi-escape-to-html directly in the PHP script, this doesn't work with the Pokémon sprites as./neovim/.config/nvim/init.vim they are true color (24 million colors). I haven't found a php package that supports true color ANSI. But the Python package ansi2html does, so I am using that.