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GameBoy Color : Pokemon Pinball Details



Publisher Nintendo Release Date Unknown
Gas Gauge: 87
Gas Gauge 87
ESRB Rating Everyone Views 6010
For those a little poky about catching onto the Pokémon craze, this game is a great way for the uninitiated to get their feet wet. Also, pinball fanatics should not dismiss this as a kid's game, because it's a solid pinball game, regardless of the Pokémon brand.

Two Pokémon-themed tables, Red and Blue, are here for players to bounce the Pokéball around in hopes of catching up to 150 Pokémon monsters. The monsters are collected by hitting targets on the pinball tables, and once collected, the monsters can be perused in the popular Pokédex format. Owners of the Game Boy printer can print their prize collections and mount their characters on the wall, if they so desire. Unfortunately, the monsters collected in Pokémon Pinball cannot be traded with other Pokémon monsters from the Red, Blue, or Yellow games, making this game a stand-alone product. A unique aspect of the game is that it has a built-in rumble pack, which vibrates and shakes the Game Boy system as the Pokéball bounces around the screen. --Jeff Young

Pros:

  • A great way for non-Pokéheads to get into the action
  • A respectable pinball game
  • High replayability
Cons:
  • Can't trade Pokémon with ones from the Pokémon Red, Blue, or Yellow games

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