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Game: Pokémon Pinball
Platform: Game Boy
Nintendo of Japan release date: 14 April 1999
Nintendo (abroad) release date: 1 June 2000
Players: 1

Your're looking for the newest way to catch all 150 Pokémon--be the Pokémon Pinball Master! This creative and challengin game can become addictive! Trainers have to play a pinball game in order to catch Pokémon, instead of capturing them--in the wild.

The pinball game takes place on either a Red or Blue table, where the Pokémon serve as obsticles and bumpers. Instead of using a metal ball, players use a Monster Ball to rack up the points! Trainers capture Pokémon from the Red and Blue versions of the games by hitting targets and getting high scores. As in the two original games (Blue included), some Pokémon may appear on one of the two tables.

When trainers capture a Pokémon, that Pocket Monster automatically gets recorded in the Pokédex. Rarer Pocket Monsters appear as you earn higher scores. On top of that, trainers can upgrade their Monster Ball to a Great Ball or to a Master Ball, which is absolutely a must for serious trainers!

This game has a built-in rumble feature, which shakes the Game Boy as the Monster Ball bounces around on the pinball table.

By using the Game Boy Printer feature, trainers can print out their high scores as stickers. Now who's the master? That's undeniable proof!

Take the challenge.

 



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