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What is Pokemon Pinball?
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Pokémon Pinball


Pokemon Pinball challenges you with a whole new way to catch all 150 Pokémon. To become the world's greatest Pokemon Trainer, players have to catch and evolve Pokémon by playing pinball.

Pokemon Pinball is the first Game Pak from Nintendo with a built-in rumble feature. As your Poke Ball bounces around the table you'll be able to feel the impact as the cartridge sends jolts through the Game Boy and into your hands. Want the best Pokémon collection around? You'd better have a tight grip.

All of the pinball action takes place on either a Blue or Red table, where Pokémon are used as obstacles and bumpers. The targets on the tables are straight from the Pokémon universe, and instead of a metal ball you use a Poke Ball to rack up points.

You can capture all 150 Pokemon by hitting targets and earning high scores, but some Pokemon will only appear on a Blue table or a Red table, just like the original Pokémon games.

Every captured Pokemon automatically appears in the Pokédex, and rare Pokemon will begin to appear as you earn higher scores. The Poke Ball can be upgraded to a Great Ball or a Master Ball, which is crucial equipment for Trainers who are serious about catching all 150 Pokemon.

You'll have to find hidden bonus stages to maximize your score, which can be saved and transformed into stickers by using the Game Boy Printer. There's no need to brag when you have your high score printed on stickers -- that's undeniable proof of your pinball power.

Pinball is fun no matter how you approach it, but when you put Pokémon and pinball together you've got one of the most addictive Paks around. Pokémon Pinball is currently shaking things up on store shelves, and is backwards compatible with all pre-existing Game Boy units.

This information was gathered from the Official Nintendo Website. is here to provide guidance to all Pokemon trainers out there.  Whether it's the Gameboy Game, N64 or the Trading Card Game, provides all the wisdom you desire. 

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