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Pokemon Pinball Videos and Trailers - GBC

Pokemon Pinball
  • Publisher: Nintendo
  • Genre:Pinball
  • Developer: Jupiter
  • Release Date:Jun 28, 1999
  • # of Players:1 player
  • ESRB:E - Everyone
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Game Description:In Pokémon Pinball, one thing is obvious: the design team took the existing pinball engine of Kirby's Pinball Land for the Game Boy, and converted it into another machine altogether. In the game, you whack a Pokeball around a pinball machine that's constructed of Pokémon-related obstacles and structures. There are two machines, Red and Blue, and each machine has its own techiques, challenges, bonus levels, and Pokémon. Yep, the idea in the game is to capture Pokémon. How? Well, each machine has its own way of finding the creatures, but once you find it, it's all a matter of hitting it six times with your Pokeball. They'll appear in the center screen, and if you manage to catch a Pokémon, it'll sit in your built-in Pokedex. Each machine will also give you the ability to evolve captured Pokémon, since some creatures are not out in the wild. What happens when you manage to get all 150 Pokémon?
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