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Pokémon mini

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Pokémon mini
ポケモンミニ Pokémon mini
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Pokémon mini (Chikorita Green)
Games
No. of games 10
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Technical Details
Media Pokémon mini cartridges
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Time
Launch date
  • Japan: December 14, 2001
  • North America: November 16, 2001
  • Europe: March 15, 2002
  • Australia: October 3, 2001 - October 11, 2002
Discontinue date
Units sold {{{sold}}}
Linage
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The Pokémon mini is a miniature Nintendo console, specifically designed for Pokémon series minigames. It is very small in size, and requires its own type of cartridge.

It was released in three different colors; Wooper Blue, Chikorita green and Smoochum purple.

Some of the Pokémon mini games were never released outside of Japan.

Six stripped down Pokémon mini games were included in the Nintendo GameCube game Pokémon Channel, by interacting with an in-game Pokémon mini. This includes a new one exclusive to that game.

List of games[edit]

Pokémon series logo

PC games Project Studio • PokéROM • Play It (Version 2) • Masters Arena • PC Master • Team Turbo
Pokémon mini Pokémon Party mini • Pokémon Pinball mini • Pokémon Puzzle Collection • Pokémon Zany Cards • Pokémon Tetris • Pokémon Puzzle Collection Vol. 2 • Pokémon Race mini • Pichu Bros. mini • Togepi's Great Adventure • Pokémon Breeder mini
PICO software
Self-contained (non-Pokémon mini)
Applications
e-Reader applications/games Berry Tree • Construction: Action • Construction: Melody Box • Ditto Leapfrog • Diving Corsola • Doki Doki Kakurenbo • Dream Eater • Fire Hoops • Flower Power • Fruit Daisakusen! • Flying Journey • Follow Hoothoot • GO, Poliwrath! • Gotcha! • Harvest Time • Here Comes Gloom • Hold Down Hoppip • Imakuni?'s Ball • Jumping Doduo • Kingler's Day • Leek Game • Lifesaver • Machop At Work • Magby and Magmar • Make A Dash! • Metronome • Mighty Tyranitar • Night Flight • Pika Pop • Punching Bags • Ride the Tuft • Rolling Voltorb • Sneak and Snatch • Sweet Scent • Time Travel • Tokotoko Truck • Watch Out! • Wooper's Juggling Game
Other

Related NIWA Wiki: Bulbapedia icon English Bulbapedia icon • Pokémon Central Wiki logo Italian Pokémon Central Wiki logo