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Pokémon Pinball

Game Boy

Game Description:

Pokemon+Pinball, how could you possibly go wrong with that? This is one of the very few games to use a rumble pack on the game boy, and it used it pretty well. It’s a pretty fun time sink, but unfortunately there are only two somewhat small tables. Otherwise this plays somewhat like a scaled down Devil’s Crush with no tiered layout. There are minigame tables, high scores, you even get to catch Pokemon on the tables and keep track of what you’ve nabbed before in a Poked.

There’s a sequel to this on the GBA appropriately named Ruby and Sapphire, but the series stopped there. Kinda unfortunate, as one of these with a table for each island in Sun/Moon would be pretty neat to see.

Content:


1 Translation
TitleCategoryDate
Pokémon Pinball (SV)Fully Playable27 Oct 2004