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! rowspan="6" style="background: #{{kanto color dark}}" | {{color2|{{kanto color light}}|Generation I|I}}{{anchor|Generation I}}
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| [[File:Red JP boxart.jpg|200px]][[File:Green JP boxart.jpg|200px]]<br>{{color2|000|Pokémon Red and Green Versions|Pokémon Red and Green <small>(Japanese)</small>}}
! rowspan="12" style="background: #{{kanto color dark}}" | {{color2|{{kanto color light}}|Generation I|I}}{{anchor|Generation I}}
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| [[File:Game Boy Logo.png|200px|Game Boy|link=Game Boy]]
| rowspan="2" style="background: #fff; text-align:center" | [[File:Red JP boxart.jpg|100px]][[File:Green JP boxart.jpg|100px]]<br>{{color2|000|Pokémon Red and Green Versions|Pokémon Red and Green <small>(Japanese)</small>}}
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| February 27, 1996<br><small>Japan</small>
| style="background: #fff; text-align:center" | [[File:Game Boy Logo.png|100px|Game Boy|link=Game Boy]]
 
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| style="background: #fff; text-align:center" | February 27, 1996<br><small>Japan</small>
 
   
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|- style="background: #fff; text-align:center"
| rowspan="2" style="background: #fff; text-align:center" | [[File:Blue JP boxart.jpg|100px]]<br>{{color2|000|Pokémon Blue Version (Japanese)|Pokémon Blue <small>(Japanese)</small>}}
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| [[File:Blue JP boxart.jpg|200px]]<br>{{color2|000|Pokémon Blue Version (Japanese)|Pokémon Blue <small>(Japanese)</small>}}
| style="background: #fff; text-align:center" | [[File:Game Boy Logo.png|100px|Game Boy|link=Game Boy]]
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| [[File:Game Boy Logo.png|200px|Game Boy|link=Game Boy]]
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| style="background: #fff; text-align:center" | October 10, 1996<br><small>Japan</small>
 
| style="background: #fff; text-align:center" | October 10, 1996<br><small>Japan</small>
   
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|- style="background: #fff; text-align:center"
| rowspan="2" style="background: #fff; text-align:center" | [[File:Red EN boxart.jpg|100px]][[File:Blue EN boxart.jpg|100px]]<br>{{color2|000|Pokémon Red and Blue Versions|Pokémon Red and Blue}}
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| [[File:Red EN boxart.jpg|200px]][[File:Blue EN boxart.jpg|200px]]<br>{{color2|000|Pokémon Red and Blue Versions|Pokémon Red and Blue}}
| style="background: #fff; text-align:center" | [[File:Game Boy Logo.png|100px|Game Boy|link=Game Boy]]
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| [[File:Game Boy Logo.png|200px|Game Boy|link=Game Boy]]
| rowspan="2" style="background: #fff" | You've finally been granted your [[Pokémon Trainer]]'s license. Now, it's time to head out to become the world's greatest Pokémon Trainer. It's going to take all you've got to collect {{cat|Generation I Pokémon|150 Pokémon}} in this enormous world. Catch and train monsters like the shockingly-cute {{p|Pikachu}}. Face off against {{p|Blastoise}}'s torrential water cannons. Stand strong when facing {{p|Pidgeot}}'s stormy {{m|Gust}}. [[Trade]] with friends and watch your Pokémon evolve. Important—no single Pokémon can win at all. Can you develop the ultimate Pokémon strategy to defeat the eight [[Gym Leader]]s and become the greatest [[Pokémon Master]] of all time?
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| September 30, 1998<br><small>North America</small>
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| style="background: #fff; text-align:center" | September 30, 1998<br><small>North America</small>
 
   
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|- style="background: #fff; text-align:center"
| rowspan="2" style="background: #fff; text-align:center" | [[File:Yellow EN boxart.jpg|100px]]<br>{{color2|000|Pokémon Yellow Version|Pokémon Yellow}}
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| [[File:Yellow EN boxart.jpg|200px]]<br>{{color2|000|Pokémon Yellow Version|Pokémon Yellow}}
| style="background: #fff; text-align:center" | [[File:Game Boy Logo.png|100px|Game Boy|link=Game Boy]]
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| [[File:Game Boy Logo.png|200px|Game Boy|link=Game Boy]]
| rowspan="2" style="background: #fff" | You've finally been granted your [[Pokémon Trainer]]'s license, and now you're on your way to becoming the world's greatest Pokémon Trainer! The shockingly-cute {{p|Pikachu}} [[walking Pokémon|tags along]] behind {{Player|you}} as you search the enormous world for monsters to train and evolve. Face off against {{p|Blastoise}}'s torrential water cannons. Stand strong when facing {{p|Pidgeot}}'s stormy {{m|Gust}}. Develop the ultimate Pokémon strategy to defeat the eight [[Gym Leader]]s and become the greatest [[Pokémon Master]] of all time!
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| September 12, 1998<br><small>Japan</small>
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| style="background: #fff; text-align:center" | September 12, 1998<br><small>Japan</small>
 
   
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|- style="background: #fff; text-align:center"
| rowspan="2" style="text-align:center; background: #fff" | [[File:Stadium 1 JP boxart.jpg|100px]]<br>{{color2|000|Pokémon Stadium (Japanese)|Pokémon Stadium <small>(Japanese)</small>}}
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| [[File:Stadium 1 JP boxart.jpg|200px]]<br>{{color2|000|Pokémon Stadium (Japanese)|Pokémon Stadium <small>(Japanese)</small>}}
| style="text-align:center; background: #fff" | [[File:Nintendo 64 Logo.png|100px|Nintendo 64|link=Nintendo 64]]
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| [[File:Nintendo 64 Logo.png|200px|Nintendo 64|link=Nintendo 64]]
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| August 1, 1998<br><small>Japan</small>
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| style="text-align:center; background: #fff" | August 1, 1998<br><small>Japan</small>
 
   
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|- style="background: #fff; text-align:center"
| rowspan="2" style="text-align:center; background: #fff" | [[File:Stadium EN boxart.jpg|200px]]<br>{{color2|000|Pokémon Stadium (English)|Pokémon Stadium}}
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| [[File:Stadium EN boxart.jpg|200px]]<br>{{color2|000|Pokémon Stadium (English)|Pokémon Stadium <small>(English)</small>}}
| style="text-align:center; background: #fff" | [[File:Nintendo 64 Logo.png|100px|Nintendo 64|link=Nintendo 64]]
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| [[File:Nintendo 64 Logo.png|200px|Nintendo 64|link=Nintendo 64]]
| rowspan="2" style="background: #fff" | The ultimate Pokémon battle is about to begin...<br>At long last, all of your favorite Pokémon are ready to go head-to-head on the N64! Whether you're battling a friend, a Gym Leader or a tournament contestant, you're about to witness some of the most spectacular battle scenes in history! Select a team for a huge stable of "rental" battlers, or use the included N64 Transfer Pack to upload your own team from Pokémon Red, Blue or Yellow! This stadium is packed and ready to rock!
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| April 30, 1999<br><small>Japan</small>
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| style="text-align:center; background: #fff" | April 30, 1999<br><small>Japan</small>
 
   
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|- style="text-align:center; background: #fff"
! rowspan="6" style="background: #{{johto color dark}}" | {{color2|{{johto color light}}|Generation II|II}}{{anchor|Generation II}}
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! rowspan="3" style="background: #{{johto color dark}}" | {{color2|{{johto color light}}|Generation II|II}}{{anchor|Generation II}}
| rowspan="2" style="text-align:center; background: #fff" | [[File:Gold EN boxart.jpg|100px]][[File:Silver EN boxart.jpg|100px]]<br>{{color2|000|Pokémon Gold and Silver Versions|Pokémon Gold and Silver}}
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| [[File:Gold EN boxart.jpg|200px]][[File:Silver EN boxart.jpg|200px]]<br>{{color2|000|Pokémon Gold and Silver Versions|Pokémon Gold and Silver}}
| style="text-align:center; background: #fff" | [[File:Game Boy Color Logo.png|100px|Game Boy Color|link=Game Boy Color]]
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| [[File:Game Boy Color Logo.png|200px|Game Boy Color|link=Game Boy Color]]
| rowspan="2" style="background: #fff" | Enter a whole new world, with new Pokémon to capture, train and battle! Meet Professor Elm and get the all-new [[Pokégear|Poké Gear]]<!--The blurb on the back of the package has Pokégear split into two words.-->, including {{DL|Pokégear|map}}, {{DL|Pokégear|radio}}, [[Pokégear#Phone|cell phone]] and [[Pokégear#Time|clock]]. Set the clock then watch as day turns to night and events take place in real [[time]]— and be sure to keep an eye out for Pokémon that come out only at night!
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| November 21, 1999<br><small>Japan</small>
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| style="text-align:center; background: #fff" | November 21, 1999<br><small>Japan</small>
 
   
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|- style="text-align:center; background: #fff"
| rowspan="2" style="text-align:center; background: #fff" | [[File:Crystal EN boxart.jpg|100px]]<br>{{color2|000|Pokémon Crystal Version|Pokémon Crystal}}
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| [[File:Crystal EN boxart.jpg|200px]]<br>{{color2|000|Pokémon Crystal Version|Pokémon Crystal}}
| style="text-align:center; background: #fff" | [[File:Game Boy Color Logo.png|100px|Game Boy Color|link=Game Boy Color]]
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| [[File:Game Boy Color Logo.png|200px|Game Boy Color|link=Game Boy Color]]
| rowspan="2" style="background: #fff" | The Latest in the Gold & Silver series!<br>Travel back to the world of Johto as the Gold & Silver series continues with brand new features! Whether you're re-reading the fresh descriptions in your Pokédex, using the unique sort function to organize your Pokémon in new ways, watching the all new battle animations, or discovering another way to capture {{p|Suicune}}, you'll need all of your Poké skills to master Pokémon Crystal on your Game Boy Color!
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| December 14, 2000<br><small>Japan</small>
* Unlock the mysteries of the {{p|Unown}}! All-new puzzles and rewards await you in the Ruins of Alph.
 
* Fight through the Battle Tower, a challenging tournament featuring Johto's best trainers!
 
* For the first time, play as a male or female trainer!
 
* Trade with, Gold, Silver, Red, Blue, and Yellow versions to catch'em all and link up with Pokémon Stadium 2 for the Nintendo 64.
 
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| style="text-align:center; background: #fff" | December 14, 2000<br><small>Japan</small>
 
   
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|- style="text-align:center; background: #fff"
| rowspan="2" style="text-align:center; background: #fff" | [[File:Stadium 2 EN boxart.jpg|200px]]<br>{{color2|000|Pokémon Stadium 2}}
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| [[File:Stadium 2 EN boxart.jpg|200px]]<br>{{color2|000|Pokémon Stadium 2}}
| style="text-align:center; background: #fff" | [[File:Nintendo 64 Logo.png|100px|Nintendo 64|link=Nintendo 64]]
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| [[File:Nintendo 64 Logo.png|200px|Nintendo 64|link=Nintendo 64]]
| rowspan="2" style="background: #fff" | Hundreds of Pokémon in Three-mendous 3-D! What's sweeter than victory in a Pokémon battle? Victory in a 3-D arena on the N64! Set your strategy then stand back while your Pokémon battle it out. You can even see the Pokémon you've trained rendered in 3-D and ready for battle!
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| December 14, 2000<br><small>Japan</small>
   
*Nearly 250 Pokémon! Transfer Pokémon from the Red, Blue, Yellow - even Silver and Gold - versions of Pokémon for Game Boy. Or play with Rental Pokémon from the game.
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|- style="text-align:center; background: #fff"
* See them all in glorious 3-D! Pit {{p|Ho-Oh}}, {{p|Lugia}}, {{p|Entei}}, and {{p|Pichu}} against all-time favorites like {{p|Mewtwo}}, {{p|Charizard}}, {{p|Blastoise}}, and {{p|Pikachu}}.
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! rowspan="6" style="background: #{{hoenn color dark}}" | {{color2|{{hoenn color light}}|Generation III|III}}{{anchor|Generation III}}
* Become the Stadium Champion! Take on 21 Pokémon Trainers in the Gym Leader Castle and try to win it all!
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| [[File:Ruby EN boxart.jpg|200px]][[File:Sapphire EN boxart.jpg|200px]]<br>{{color2|000|Pokémon Ruby and Sapphire Versions|Pokémon Ruby and Sapphire}}
* 12 all-new mini-games! Try to bump the other {{p|Hitmontop}} out of the arena in Topsy-Turvsy or charge up more energy than anyone else in Pichu's Power Plant.
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| [[File:Game Boy Advance Logo.png|200px|Game Boy Advance|link=Game Boy Advance]]
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| November 21, 2002<br><small>Japan</small>
| style="text-align:center; background: #fff" | December 14, 2000<br><small>Japan</small>
 
   
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|- style="text-align:center; background: #fff"
! rowspan="12" style="background: #{{hoenn color dark}}" | {{color2|{{hoenn color light}}|Generation III|III}}{{anchor|Generation III}}
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| [[File:FireRed EN US boxart.jpg|200px]][[File:LeafGreen EN US boxart.jpg|200px]]<br>{{color2|000|Pokémon FireRed and LeafGreen Versions|Pokémon FireRed and LeafGreen}}
| rowspan="2" style="text-align:center; background: #fff" | [[File:Ruby EN boxart.jpg|100px]][[File:Sapphire EN boxart.jpg|100px]]<br>{{color2|000|Pokémon Ruby and Sapphire Versions|Pokémon Ruby and Sapphire}}
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| [[File:Game Boy Advance Logo.png|200px|Game Boy Advance|link=Game Boy Advance]]
| style="text-align:center; background: #fff" | [[File:Game Boy Advance Logo.png|160px|Game Boy Advance|link=Game Boy Advance]]
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| January 29, 2004<br><small>Japan</small>
| rowspan="2" style="background: #fff" | Immerse yourself in the beautiful region of Hoenn, a place of masterful heroes and mysterious teams, of friendship and battles. As the new kid in town, you set off your journey as a Pokémon Trainer. Who knows what wonders and dangers await you? Now it's time to grab your gear and head out on your own...
 
*Over 200 Pokémon appear with over 100 newly discovered species—you'll have to link up and trade with a friend who has Sapphire{{sup/3|Ru}}/Ruby{{sup/3|Sa}} Version to catch them all!
 
*2-on-2 battles—use two of your Pokémon in battle at the same time!
 
*Engage in intense [[Tag Battle|multi battles]] with up to four friends!
 
*[[Pokémon Contest]]s let you groom your Pokémon to be Best of Show!
 
*Stunning Game Boy Advance graphics display the world of Pokémon with more detail than ever!
 
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| style="text-align:center; background: #fff" | November 21, 2002<br><small>Japan</small>
 
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| rowspan="2" style="text-align:center; background: #fff" | [[File:FireRed EN US boxart.jpg|100px]][[File:LeafGreen EN US boxart.jpg|100px]]<br>{{color2|000|Pokémon FireRed and LeafGreen Versions|Pokémon FireRed and LeafGreen}}
 
| style="text-align:center; background: #fff" | [[File:Game Boy Advance Logo.png|160px|Game Boy Advance|link=Game Boy Advance]]
 
| rowspan="2" style="background: #fff" | Set off on a grand adventure to fulfil your dreams of becoming a [[Pokémon Master]]! Explore the [[Kanto]] region and discover wild Pokémon around every corner. Build you Pokémon collection and train and battle your way to success—earn your badges as you develop winning strategies to use against experienced [[Gym Leader]]s in every town. Explore every inch to uncover amazing secrets that will help you in your quest to be the very best trainer ever!
 
*Trade, battle, and chat wirelessly! All new [[Wireless Adapter]] comes packed in every game, so trainers can trade, battle, and chat between their FireRed and LeafGreen versions with no cables!
 
*Catch loads of Pokémon in never-before-seen island areas!
 
*Expand you collection when you trade with a friend. Link up with [[Pokémon Ruby and Sapphire Versions|Pokémon Ruby & Sapphire]] or [[Pokémon Colosseum]] to catch them all!
 
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| style="text-align:center; background: #fff" | January 29, 2004<br><small>Japan</small>
 
   
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| rowspan="2" style="text-align:center; background: #fff" | [[File:Emerald EN boxart.jpg|100px]]<br>{{color2|000|Pokémon Emerald Version|Pokémon Emerald}}
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| [[File:Emerald EN boxart.jpg|200px]]<br>{{color2|000|Pokémon Emerald Version|Pokémon Emerald}}
| style="text-align:center; background: #fff" | [[File:Game Boy Advance Logo.png|160px|Game Boy Advance|link=Game Boy Advance]]
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| [[File:Game Boy Advance Logo.png|200px|Game Boy Advance|link=Game Boy Advance]]
| rowspan="2" style="background: #fff" | The [[Hoenn]] region is unstable — Rayquaza has awakened! Your skills as a Trainer will be challenged like they've never been challenged before as you try to maintain balance between {{p|Kyogre}} & {{p|Groudon}}. Prove your skill by earning badges & gaining access to {{gdis|Battle Frontier|III}} — the front line of Pokémon battling that offers a whole new level of competition. Never-before-experienced battles await you!
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| September 16, 2004<br><small>Japan</small>
*The third adventure with new episodes in the Hoenn region!
 
*Tons of new features, including surprising plot twists and changes to where and how often you can catch certain Pokémon!
 
*Use the Game Boy Advance [[Wireless Adapter]] to trade & battle between Pokémon Emerald and [[Pokémon FireRed and LeafGreen Versions|Pokémon FireRed and LeafGreen]] versions.
 
*Expand you collection when you trade with a friend. Using a Game Boy Advance Game Link™, link up with [[Pokémon Ruby and Sapphire Versions|Pokémon Ruby & Sapphire]], Pokémon FireRed & LeafGreen, or connect with [[Pokémon Colosseum]] using a [[Nintendo GameCube]]® Game Boy Advance cable. See instruction booklet for more details.
 
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| style="text-align:center; background: #fff" | September 16, 2004<br><small>Japan</small>
 
   
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|- style="text-align:center; background: #fff"
| rowspan="2" style="text-align:center; background: #fff" | [[File:Box RS EN boxart.png|100px]]<br>{{color2|000|Pokémon Box Ruby & Sapphire}}
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| [[File:Box RS EN boxart.png|200px]]<br>{{color2|000|Pokémon Box Ruby & Sapphire}}
| style="text-align:center; background: #000" | [[File:Nintendo GameCube Logo.png|160px|Nintendo GameCube|link=Nintendo GameCube]]
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| style="text-align:center; background: #000" | [[File:Nintendo GameCube Logo.png|200px|Nintendo GameCube|link=Nintendo GameCube]]
| rowspan="2" style="background: #fff" | The Ultimate Utility for the Poké-Maniac Is Here!
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| May 30, 2003<br><small>Japan</small>
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|- style="text-align:center; background: #fff"
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| style="text-align:center; background: #fff" | [[File:Colosseum EN boxart.png|200px]]<br>{{color2|000|Pokémon Colosseum}}
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| style="text-align:center; background: #000" | [[File:Nintendo GameCube Logo.png|200px|Nintendo GameCube|link=Nintendo GameCube]]
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| November 21, 2003<br><small>Japan</small>
   
* Store up to 1,500 Pokémon from Pokémon Ruby or Pokémon Sapphire!
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|- style="text-align:center; background: #fff"
* Organize, collect, sort and search your Pokémon!
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| [[File:XD EN boxart.jpg|200px]]<br>{{color2|000|Pokémon XD: Gale of Darkness}}
* Play Pokémon Ruby or Pokémon Sapphire on your TV!
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| style="text-align:center; background: #000" | [[File:Nintendo GameCube Logo.png|200px|Nintendo GameCube|link=Nintendo GameCube]]
* Display your Pokémon on a Showcase stage! Customize the stage and background then display your Pokémon!
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| August 4, 2005<br><small>Japan</small>
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| style="text-align:center; background: #fff" | May 30, 2003<br><small>Japan</small>
 
   
|-
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|- style="text-align:center; background: #fff"
| rowspan="2" style="text-align:center; background: #fff" | [[File:Colosseum EN boxart.png|100px]]<br>{{color2|000|Pokémon Colosseum}}
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! rowspan="5" style="background: #{{sinnoh color dark}}" | {{color2|{{sinnoh color light}}|Generation IV|IV}}{{anchor|Generation IV}}
| style="text-align:center; background: #000" | [[File:Nintendo GameCube Logo.png|160px|Nintendo GameCube|link=Nintendo GameCube]]
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| [[File:Diamond EN boxart.jpg|200px]][[File:Pearl EN boxart.jpg|200px]]<br>{{color2|000|Pokémon Diamond and Pearl Versions|Pokémon Diamond and Pearl}}
| rowspan="2" style="background: #fff" | Story Mode: Gotta Save 'em All! <br> In the new Orre region, a sinister organization is capturing Pokémon and misusing them. It's up to you to restore balance. Seek out all the Shadow Pokémon, snag them, and restore their spirit.
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| [[File:Nintendo DS Logo.png|200px|Nintendo DS|link=Nintendo DS]]
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| September 28, 2006<br><small>Japan</small>
   
Unleash your Pokémon from Story Mode or send in your team from Pokémon Ruby or Pokémon Sapphire! Let them show off their true power in Single, Double, and Multi Battles!<br> Battle Mode: Worlds Collide!
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|- style="text-align:center; background: #fff"
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| [[File:Platinum EN boxart.png|200px]]<br>{{color2|000|Pokémon Platinum Version|Pokémon Platinum}}
| style="text-align:center; background: #fff" | November 21, 2003<br><small>Japan</small>
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| [[File:Nintendo DS Logo.png|200px|Nintendo DS|link=Nintendo DS]]
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| September 13, 2008 <br><small>Japan</small>
   
|-
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|- style="text-align:center; background: #fff"
| rowspan="2" style="text-align:center; background: #fff" | [[File:XD EN boxart.jpg|100px]]<br>{{color2|000|Pokémon XD: Gale of Darkness}}
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| [[File:HeartGold EN boxart.jpg|200px]][[File:SoulSilver EN boxart.jpg|200px]]<br>{{color2|000|Pokémon HeartGold and SoulSilver Versions|Pokémon HeartGold and SoulSilver}}
| style="text-align:center; background: #000" | [[File:Nintendo GameCube Logo.png|160px|Nintendo GameCube|link=Nintendo GameCube]]
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| [[File:Nintendo DS Logo.png|200px|Nintendo DS|link=Nintendo DS]]
| rowspan="2" style="background: #fff" | Experience The Extra Dimension!<br>Using [[Shadow Pokémon]], an evil organization has unleashed a sinister plot of world domination. With {{p|Eevee}} as your companion, and with the help of numerous friends along the way, you must fight against terrible foes and race against time to snag a purify the Shadow Pokémon and save the world!
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| September 12, 2009<br><small>Japan</small>
   
Engage in fantastic battles with your friends! By connecting with a [[Game Boy Advance]]-using a [[Nintendo GameCube]] Game Boy Advance cable-you can import and battle with your Game Boy Advance Pokémon from Pokémon Emerald, FireRed, Leafgreen, Ruby and Sapphire!
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|- style="text-align:center; background: #fff"
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| [[File:Battle Revolution EN boxart.jpg|200px]]<br>{{color2|000|Pokémon Battle Revolution}}
| style="text-align:center; background: #fff" | August 4, 2005<br><small>Japan</small>
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| [[File:Wii Logo.png|200px|Wii|link=Wii]]
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| December 14, 2006<br><small>Japan</small>
   
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|- style="text-align:center; background: #fff"
! rowspan="10" style="background: #{{sinnoh color dark}}" | {{color2|{{sinnoh color light}}|Generation IV|IV}}{{anchor|Generation IV}}
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| [[File:MPR-EN logo.png|200px]]<br>{{color2|000|My Pokémon Ranch}}
| rowspan="2" style="text-align:center; background: #fff" | [[File:Diamond EN boxart.jpg|100px]][[File:Pearl EN boxart.jpg|100px]]<br>{{color2|000|Pokémon Diamond and Pearl Versions|Pokémon Diamond and Pearl}}
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| [[File:Wii Logo.png|200px|Wii|link=Wii]]
| style="text-align:center; background: #fff" | [[File:Nintendo DS Logo.png|160px|Nintendo DS|link=Nintendo DS]]
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| March 25, 2008<br><small>Japan</small>
| rowspan="2" style="background: #fff" | Welcome to the next [[Generation IV|generation]] of Pokémon!<br>As a rookie [[Pokémon Trainer]], you will need to catch, train and battle Pokémon on your journey to become the [[Pokémon Champion|Pokémon League Champion]]. You will face many challenges along the way, as you search for the Pokémon that rules time or space in Pokémon Diamond Version or Pokémon Pearl Version.
 
*Discover more than 100 new Pokémon in the [[Sinnoh]] region!
 
*Meet goals and earn the ability to import Pokémon from your GBA [[version]]s!
 
*Battle and trade with your friends around the world using [[Nintendo Wi-Fi Connection]]!
 
*Watch as day turns to night with the return of the real-time clock feature!
 
|-
 
| style="text-align:center; background: #fff" | September 28, 2006<br><small>Japan</small>
 
   
|-
+
|- style="text-align:center; background: #fff"
| rowspan="2" style="text-align:center; background: #fff" | [[File:Platinum EN boxart.png|100px]]<br>{{color2|000|Pokémon Platinum Version|Pokémon Platinum}}
+
! rowspan="3" style="background: #{{unova color dark}}" | {{color2|{{unova color light}}|Generation V|V}}{{anchor|Generation V}}
| style="text-align:center; background: #fff" | [[File:Nintendo DS Logo.png|160px|Nintendo DS|link=Nintendo DS]]
+
| [[File:Black EN boxart.png|200px]][[File:White EN boxart.png|200px]]<br>{{color2|000|Pokémon Black and White Versions|Pokémon Black and White}}
| rowspan="2" style="background: #fff" | Another world has emerged in the [[Sinnoh]] region...<br>...A world where time and space are altered! Catch, train, and battle your favorite Pokémon, and discover ancient, mythical Pokémon in this exciting new adventure!
+
| [[File:Nintendo DS Logo.png|200px|Nintendo DS|link=Nintendo DS]]
|-
+
| September 18, 2010<br><small>Japan</small>
| style="text-align:center; background: #fff" | September 13, 2008 <br><small>Japan</small>
 
   
|-
+
|- style="text-align:center; background: #fff"
| rowspan="2" style="text-align:center; background: #fff" | [[File:HeartGold EN boxart.jpg|100px]][[File:SoulSilver EN boxart.jpg|100px]]<br>{{color2|000|Pokémon HeartGold and SoulSilver Versions|Pokémon HeartGold and SoulSilver}}
+
| [[File:Black 2 EN boxart.png|200px]][[File:White 2 EN boxart.png|200px]]<br>{{color2|000|Pokémon Black and White Versions 2|Pokémon Black and White 2}}
| style="text-align:center; background: #fff" | [[File:Nintendo DS Logo.png|160px|Nintendo DS|link=Nintendo DS]]
+
| [[File:Nintendo DS Logo.png|200px|Nintendo DS|link=Nintendo DS]]
| rowspan="2" style="background: #fff" | Prepare for thrilling new adventured as [[Legendary Pokémon]] awaken!<br>Explore the Johto region as you catch, train, and battle with your favorite Pokémon by your side. Turn the tides—call forth the Legendary Pokémon!
+
| June 23, 2012<br><small>Japan</small>
|-
 
| style="text-align:center; background: #fff" | September 12, 2009<br><small>Japan</small>
 
   
|-
+
|- style="text-align:center; background: #fff"
| rowspan="2" style="text-align:center; background: #fff" | [[File:Battle Revolution EN boxart.jpg|100px]]<br>{{color2|000|Pokémon Battle Revolution}}
+
| [[File:Pokémon Dream World logo.png|200px]]<br>{{color2|000|Pokémon Dream World}}
| style="text-align:center; background: #fff" | [[File:Wii Logo.png|100px|Wii|link=Wii]]
+
| [[File:Games for Windows Logo.png|200px|PC|link=wp:Personal computer]]
| rowspan="2" style="background: #fff" | BRING YOUR BATTLE TO THE BIG SCREEN!<br>Grab a Battle Pass, customise your Trainer and battle your way to the rank of [[Pokétopia]] Master! Or, battle against up to three friends with Pokémon Diamond or Pokémon Pearl using your Nintendo DS system as a controller!
+
| September 18, 2010<br><small>Japanese</small>
|-
 
| style="text-align:center; background: #fff" | December 14, 2006<br><small>Japan</small>
 
   
|-
+
|- style="text-align:center; background: #fff"
| rowspan="2" style="text-align:center; background: #fff" | [[File:MPR-EN logo.png|100px]]<br>{{color2|000|My Pokémon Ranch}}
+
! style="background: #{{kalos color dark}}" | {{color2|{{kalos color light}}|Generation VI|VI}}{{anchor|Generation VI}}
| style="text-align:center; background: #fff" | [[File:Wii Logo.png|100px|Wii|link=Wii]]
+
| [[File:X EN boxart.png|200px]][[File:Y EN boxart.png|200px]]<br>{{color2|000|Pokémon X and Y}}
| rowspan="2" style="background: #fff" | The Pokémon phenomenon debuts on WiiWare with My Pokémon Ranch, a game that lets you watch as Pokémon and Miis interact with each other for the first time. Enjoy the relaxing Ranch life by viewing your Ranch and its Pokémon, taking pictures, and sending those pictures to your friends via the Wii Message Board. The more Pokémon and Miis that you bring to your Ranch, the more fun it becomes!
+
| [[File:Nintendo 3DS Logo.png|200px|Nintendo 3DS|link=Nintendo 3DS]]
+
| October 2013
My Pokémon Ranch can be linked with the Nintendo DS Pokémon Diamond version and Pokémon Pearl version Game Cards to deposit the Pokémon you've caught in these games to your Ranch! You can deposit a maximum of 1,000 Pokémon from up to eight different Game Cards! Make your Ranch more lively by playing with your friends and family!
 
|-
 
| style="text-align:center; background: #fff" | March 25, 2008<br><small>Japan</small>
 
 
|-
 
! rowspan="4" style="background: #{{unova color dark}}" | {{color2|{{unova color light}}|Generation V|V}}{{anchor|Generation V}}
 
| rowspan="2" style="text-align:center; background: #fff" | [[File:Black EN boxart.png|100px]][[File:White EN boxart.png|100px]]<br>{{color2|000|Pokémon Black and White Versions|Pokémon Black and White}}
 
| style="text-align:center; background: #fff" | [[File:Nintendo DS Logo.png|160px|Nintendo DS|link=Nintendo DS]]
 
| rowspan="2" style="background: #fff" | A new world filled with never-before-seen Pokémon!<br>What are the true motives of [[Team Plasma]] and the mysterious [[N]]? What is the secret of the [[Legendary Pokémon]]? Adventure across the [[Unova]] region and discover {{cat|Generation V Pokémon|all-new Pokémon}}!
 
|-
 
| style="text-align:center; background: #fff" | September 18, 2010<br><small>Japan</small>
 
|-
 
| rowspan="2" style="text-align:center; background: #fff" | [[File:Black 2 EN boxart.png|100px]][[File:White 2 EN boxart.png|100px]]<br>{{color2|000|Pokémon Black and White Versions 2|Pokémon Black and White 2}}
 
| style="text-align:center; background: #fff" | [[File:Nintendo DS Logo.png|160px|Nintendo DS|link=Nintendo DS]]
 
| rowspan="2" style="background: #fff" | Two powers combine...A new legend arises!<br>Set off on a new Pokémon adventure to save the Unova region, with new challenges and activities to discover!
 
|-
 
| style="text-align:center; background: #fff" | June 23, 2012<br><small>Japan</small>
 
|-
 
! rowspan="2" style="background: #{{kalos color dark}}" | {{color2|{{kalos color light}}|Generation VI|VI}}{{anchor|Generation VI}}
 
| rowspan="2" style="text-align:center; background: #fff" | [[File:X EN boxart.png|100px]][[File:Y EN boxart.png|100px]]<br>{{color2|000|Pokémon X and Y}}
 
| style="text-align:center; background: #fff" | [[File:Nintendo 3DS Logo.png|160px|Nintendo 3DS|link=Nintendo 3DS]]
 
| rowspan="2" style="background: #fff" |
 
|-
 
| style="text-align:center; background: #fff" | October 2013
 
 
|-
 
|-
 
! colspan="4" style="background: #3467af; {{roundybottom|5px}}" |
 
! colspan="4" style="background: #3467af; {{roundybottom|5px}}" |
 
|}{{-}}
 
|}{{-}}
   
===Spin-off games===
+
===Spin-off series===
 
These games do not follow the same style as those games which make up the [[Version|main series]], and are known as [[Spin-off Pokémon games|spin-offs]].<!--arranged by release date and series (if any); do not change-->
 
These games do not follow the same style as those games which make up the [[Version|main series]], and are known as [[Spin-off Pokémon games|spin-offs]].<!--arranged by release date and series (if any); do not change-->
   
  +
====Pikachu series====
 
{| style="background: #1d2c5e; {{roundy|10px}}; border: 5px solid #ffcb05"
 
{| style="background: #1d2c5e; {{roundy|10px}}; border: 5px solid #ffcb05"
 
|-
 
|-
! rowspan="2" style="background: #3467af; {{roundytl|5px}}" | {{color2|1d2c5e|Generation|Gen.}}
+
! style="background: #3467af; {{roundytl|5px}}" | {{color2|1d2c5e|Generation|Gen.}}
! rowspan="2" style="background: #3467af" | {{color|1d2c5e|Game}}
+
! style="background: #3467af" | {{color|1d2c5e|Game}}
! width="15%" style="background: #3467af" | {{color|1d2c5e|System}}<!--Some use "console" to refer to the likes of the Wii and GameCube and use "handheld" to refer to the DS, GBA, etc. To prevent argument, don't change.-->
+
! style="background: #3467af" | {{color|1d2c5e|System}}<!--Some use "console" to refer to the likes of the Wii and GameCube and use "handheld" to refer to the DS, GBA, etc. To prevent argument, don't change.-->
! rowspan="2" style="background: #3467af; {{roundytr|5px}}" | {{color|1d2c5e|Blurb}}
+
! style="background: #3467af; {{roundytr|5px}}" | {{color|1d2c5e|First release}}
|-
+
|- style="text-align:center; background: #fff"
! style="background: #3467af" | {{color|1d2c5e|First release}}
+
! style="background: #{{kanto color dark}}" | {{color2|{{kanto color light}}|Generation I|I}}
|-
+
| [[File:Hey You Pikachu EN boxart.png|200px]]<br>{{color2|000|Hey You, Pikachu!}}
! colspan="4" style="background: #ffde5c" | {{color|725d08|Series: Pikachu}}
+
| [[File:Nintendo 64 Logo.png|200px|Nintendo 64|link=Nintendo 64]]
|-
+
| December 12, 1998<br><small>Japan</small>
! rowspan="2" style="background: #{{kanto color dark}}" | {{color2|{{kanto color light}}|Generation I|I}}
 
| rowspan="2" style="text-align:center; background: #fff" | [[File:Hey You Pikachu EN boxart.png|200px]]<br>{{color2|000|Hey You, Pikachu!}}
 
| style="text-align:center; background: #fff" | [[File:Nintendo 64 Logo.png|100px|Nintendo 64|link=Nintendo 64]]
 
| rowspan="2" style="background: #fff" | For the first time ever you can actually talk to your favorite Pokémon. Tag along with {{p|Pikachu}} as it goes through its daily routines, taking field trips, going fishing and having picnics, becoming better friends with each passing day. The more you speak, the closer friends you'll be!
 
   
* Talk into the microphone, see Pikachu react. Your voice travels to Pikachu through the N64 Voice Recognition Unit and microphone-both included.
+
|- style="text-align:center; background: #fff"
* Pal around with Pikachu - together you'll gather cooking ingredients, fish for favorite {{t|water}} Pokémon, and even hunt for buried treasure on a deserted island.
+
! style="background: #{{hoenn color dark}}" | {{color2|{{hoenn color light}}|Generation III|III}}
* Speak to Pikachu using a variety of key words and phrases. Friendship is based on communication, and there's plenty to talk about!
+
| [[File:Channel EN boxart.png|200px]]<br>{{color2|000|Pokémon Channel}}
|-
+
| style="text-align:center; background: #000" | [[File:Nintendo GameCube Logo.png|200px|Nintendo GameCube|link=Nintendo GameCube]]
| style="text-align:center; background: #fff" | December 12, 1998<br><small>Japan</small>
+
| July 18, 2003<br><small>Japan</small>
|-
 
! rowspan="2" style="background: #{{hoenn color dark}}" | {{color2|{{hoenn color light}}|Generation III|III}}
 
| rowspan="2" style="text-align:center; background: #fff" | [[File:Channel EN boxart.png|100px]]<br>{{color2|000|Pokémon Channel}}
 
| style="text-align:center; background: #000" | [[File:Nintendo GameCube Logo.png|160px|Nintendo GameCube|link=Nintendo GameCube]]
 
| rowspan="2" style="background: #fff" | Professor Oak needs your help!<br>Pokémon Channel is a TV-broadcasting network that airs a variety of Pokémon programs, and he's selected YOU as the initial test audience! With the help of Pikachu and other Pokémon, you can make Pokémon channel the highest rated channel on TV!
 
   
* Pokémon News Flash - Watch {{p|Psyduck}} deliver the news while {{p|Meowth}} reports on-location. Pay close attention for hints on where to meet Pokémon.
+
|- style="text-align:center; background: #fff"
* Featuring an all-new animation: [[Pichu Bros. in Party Panic]]! exclusively for Pokémon Channel!
+
! style="background: #{{sinnoh color dark}}" | {{color2|{{sinnoh color light}}|Generation IV|IV}}
* {{p|Smeargle}}'s Art Study - Paint your favorite scenes and have them evaluated by Smeargle!
+
| [[File:PokePark US boxart.png|200px]]<br>{{color2|000|PokéPark Wii: Pikachu's Adventure|PokéPark Wii:<br>Pikachu's Adventure}}
* Shop 'N Squirtle - Use purchase points to buy items for your room and make it more Pikachu friendly!
+
| [[File:Wii Logo.png|200px|Wii|link=Wii]]
* Play with Pikachu outside and meet many different Pokémon!
+
| December 5, 2009<br><small>Japan</small>
* Pokémon mini - Play a virtual version of [[Pokémon mini]] and select from a variety of mini game titles!
+
  +
|- style="text-align:center; background: #fff"
  +
! style="background: #{{unova color dark}}" | {{color2|{{unova color light}}|Generation V|V}}
  +
| [[File:PokePark 2 EN boxart.png|200px]]<br>{{color2|000|PokéPark 2: Wonders Beyond}}
  +
| [[File:Wii Logo.png|200px|Wii|link=Wii]]
  +
| November 12, 2011<br><small>Japan</small>
  +
|}{{-}}
  +
  +
====TCG video games====
  +
=====Game Boy TCG series=====
  +
{| style="background: #1d2c5e; {{roundy|10px}}; border: 5px solid #ffcb05"
 
|-
 
|-
| style="text-align:center; background: #fff" | July 18, 2003<br><small>Japan</small>
+
! style="background: #3467af; {{roundytl|5px}}" | {{color2|1d2c5e|Generation|Gen.}}
  +
! style="background: #3467af" | {{color|1d2c5e|Game}}
  +
! style="background: #3467af" | {{color|1d2c5e|System}}<!--Some use "console" to refer to the likes of the Wii and GameCube and use "handheld" to refer to the DS, GBA, etc. To prevent argument, don't change.-->
  +
! style="background: #3467af; {{roundytr|5px}}" | {{color|1d2c5e|First release}}
  +
|- style="text-align:center; background: #fff"
  +
! style="background: #{{kanto color dark}}" | {{color2|{{kanto color light}}|Generation I|I}}
  +
| [[File:TCG EN boxart.jpg|200px]]<br>{{color2|000|Pokémon Trading Card Game (game)|Pokémon Trading Card Game}}
  +
| [[File:Game Boy Color Logo.png|200px|Game Boy Color|link=Game Boy Color]]
  +
| December 18, 1998<br><small>Japan</small>
   
|-
+
|- style="text-align:center; background: #fff"
! rowspan="2" style="background: #{{sinnoh color dark}}" | {{color2|{{sinnoh color light}}|Generation IV|IV}}
+
! style="background: #{{johto color dark}}" | {{color2|{{johto color light}}|Generation II|II}}
| rowspan="2" style="text-align:center; background: #fff" | [[File:PokePark US boxart.png|100px]]<br>{{color2|000|PokéPark Wii: Pikachu's Adventure}}
+
| [[File:TCG GB2 JP boxart.jpg|200px]]<br>{{color2|000|Pokémon Card GB2: Here Comes Team GR!|Pokémon Card GB2:<br>Here Comes Team GR!}}
| style="text-align:center; background: #fff" | [[File:Wii Logo.png|100px|Wii|link=Wii]]
+
| [[File:Game Boy Color Logo.png|200px|Game Boy Color|link=Game Boy Color]]
| rowspan="2" style="background: #fff" | Run, Jump, Smash! Play as Pikachu and save the PokéPark!<br>Experience the action-packed Attractions at the PokéPark! Zip across land, sea, and sky to show off your speed and skill! Dive into a new world of adventure in the PokéPark!
+
| March 28, 2001<br><small>Japan</small>
|-
+
|}{{-}}
| style="text-align:center; background: #fff" | December 5, 2009<br><small>Japan</small>
 
|-
 
! rowspan="2" style="background: #{{unova color dark}}" | {{color2|{{unova color light}}|Generation V|V}}
 
| rowspan="2" style="text-align:center; background: #fff" | [[File:PokePark 2 EN boxart.png|100px]]<br>{{color2|000|PokéPark 2: Wonders Beyond}}
 
| style="text-align:center; background: #fff" | [[File:Wii Logo.png|100px|Wii|link=Wii]]
 
| rowspan="2" style="background: #fff" | GO BEYOND POKÉPARK! A world of adventure and a world of dreams collide! Can Pikachu and his Pals save the day?
 
|-
 
| style="text-align:center; background: #fff" | November 12, 2011<br><small>Japan</small>
 
|-
 
! colspan="4" style="background: #ffde5c" | {{color|725d08|Series: TCG}}
 
|-
 
! rowspan="2" style="background: #{{kanto color dark}}" | {{color2|{{kanto color light}}|Generation I|I}}
 
| rowspan="2" style="text-align:center; background: #fff" | [[File:TCG EN boxart.jpg|100px]]<br>{{color2|000|Pokémon Trading Card Game (game)|Pokémon Trading Card Game}}
 
| style="text-align:center; background: #fff" | [[File:Game Boy Color Logo.png|100px|Game Boy Color|link=Game Boy Color]]
 
| rowspan="2" style="background: #fff" | Based on the hit [[Wizards of the Coast]] card game...<br>The greatest [[Pokémon Trading Card Game]] players of all time – the [[Grand Master]]s – are looking for one player worthy of inheriting the four rare, [[Legendary Cards|Legendary Pokémon Cards]]! Build new decks with the Auto Deck Machine, hone your skills on the Challenge Machine and test your ability in [[Challenge Hall]]. Expand your card collection, duel your way through 8 [[Club Master]]s and earn the right to challenge the Grand Masters in the [[Pokémon Dome]]! Shadowy figures, wise instructors and powerful opponents await in the ultimate trading card game adventure!
 
   
* Includes over 200 of your favorite Pokémon Trading Cards, plus new cards exclusive to the Game Boy game!
+
=====Play It! series=====
* Learn how to play the card game, build and manage decks and duel with other card players in step-by-step tutorials.
+
{| style="background: #1d2c5e; {{roundy|10px}}; border: 5px solid #ffcb05"
* Duel a friend using the Game Link cable (sold separately) or generate new cards using the Infra-Red Card Pop! feature (available with Game Boy Color only).
 
* Basic reading skills are needed to fully enjoy the story.
 
|-
 
| style="text-align:center; background: #fff" | December 18, 1998<br><small>Japan</small>
 
|-
 
! rowspan="2" style="background: #{{johto color dark}}" | {{color2|{{johto color light}}|Generation II|II}}
 
| rowspan="2" style="text-align:center; background: #fff" | [[File:TCG GB2 JP boxart.jpg|100px]]<br>{{color2|000|Pokémon Card GB2: Here Comes Team GR!}}
 
| style="text-align:center; background: #fff" | [[File:Game Boy Color Logo.png|100px|Game Boy Color|link=Game Boy Color]]
 
| rowspan="2" style="background: #fff" |
 
 
|-
 
|-
| style="text-align:center; background: #fff" | March 28, 2001<br><small>Japan</small>
+
! style="background: #3467af; {{roundytl|5px}}" | {{color2|1d2c5e|Generation|Gen.}}
|-
+
! style="background: #3467af" | {{color|1d2c5e|Game}}
! colspan="4" style="background: #ffde5c" | {{color|725d08|Series: Pinball}}
+
! style="background: #3467af" | {{color|1d2c5e|System}}<!--Some use "console" to refer to the likes of the Wii and GameCube and use "handheld" to refer to the DS, GBA, etc. To prevent argument, don't change.-->
|-
+
! style="background: #3467af; {{roundytr|5px}}" | {{color|1d2c5e|First release}}
! rowspan="2" style="background: #{{kanto color dark}}" | {{color2|{{kanto color light}}|Generation I|I}}
+
|- style="text-align:center; background: #fff"
| rowspan="2" style="text-align:center; background: #fff" | [[File:Pinball EN boxart.png|100px]]<br>{{color2|000|Pokémon Pinball}}
+
! rowspan=2 style="background: #{{kanto color dark}}" | {{color2|{{kanto color light}}|Generation I|I}}
| style="text-align:center; background: #fff" | [[File:Game Boy Color Logo.png|100px|Game Boy Color|link=Game Boy Color]]
+
| [[File:Play It EN boxart.jpg|200px]]<br>{{color2|000|Pokémon Play It!}}
| rowspan="2" style="background: #fff" | Catch 'em all with a pinball!<br>Discover a whole new way to collect Pokémon - by playing pinball! Hit the targets with your Poké Ball to catch and evolve Pokémon. The better you do, the more rare Pokémon you'll find! Every Pokémon you catch is automatically recorded in your Pokédex - see if you can catch all 150! Some Pokémon appear only on the Red Field or only on the Blue Field, so you'll have to play both to catch 'em all!
+
| [[File:Games for Windows Logo.png|200px|PC|link=wp:Personal computer]]
  +
| 1999<br><small>Europe</small>
   
* The new Rumble feature makes you feel like you're playing a real pinball machine!
+
|- style="text-align:center; background: #fff"
* Trade high scores with a friend using the built-in Infrared Communications Part (on Game Boy Color only).
+
| [[File:Play It Version 2 EN boxart.jpg|200px]]<br>{{color2|000|Pokémon Play It! Version 2}}
* Print our your high scores with a Game Boy Printer (sold separately).
+
| [[File:Games for Windows Logo.png|200px|PC|link=wp:Personal computer]]
* Find the bonus stages to rack up a high score.
+
| 2000<br><small>Europe</small>
* Upgrade your Poké Ball to a Great Ball, Ultra Ball, or Master Ball and score even higher!
+
|}{{-}}
* Game Pak contains built in Rumble feature (One AAA battery included).
+
  +
=====Other TCG video games=====
  +
{| style="background: #1d2c5e; {{roundy|10px}}; border: 5px solid #ffcb05"
 
|-
 
|-
| style="text-align:center; background: #fff" | April 14, 1999<br><small>Japan</small>
+
! style="background: #3467af; {{roundytl|5px}}" | {{color2|1d2c5e|Generation|Gen.}}
|-
+
! style="background: #3467af" | {{color|1d2c5e|Game}}
! rowspan="2" style="background: #{{hoenn color dark}}" | {{color2|{{hoenn color light}}|Generation III|III}}
+
! style="background: #3467af" | {{color|1d2c5e|System}}<!--Some use "console" to refer to the likes of the Wii and GameCube and use "handheld" to refer to the DS, GBA, etc. To prevent argument, don't change.-->
| rowspan="2" style="text-align:center; background: #fff" | [[File:Pinball RS EN boxart.jpg|100px]]<br>{{color2|000|Pokémon Pinball: Ruby and Sapphire}}
+
! style="background: #3467af; {{roundytr|5px}}" | {{color|1d2c5e|First release}}
| style="text-align:center; background: #fff" | [[File:Game Boy Advance Logo.png|160px|Game Boy Advance|link=Game Boy Advance]]
+
|- style="text-align:center; background: #fff"
| rowspan="2" style="background: #fff" | More than a regular pinball game, Pokémon Pinball combines fast flipper action with a unique way to catch your favorite Pokémon. Control the flippers to shoot the Poké Ball at targets on one of two PlayFields. Play on either the Ruby or Sapphire field to rack up as many points as possible. Catch over 200 Pokémon - featuring characters from Pokémon Ruby and Pokémon Sapphire!
+
! style="background: #{{unova color dark}}" | {{color2|{{unova color light}}|Generation V|V}}
  +
| [[File:TCGOlogo.png|200px]]<br>{{color2|000|Pokémon Trading Card Game Online|Pokémon Trading Card Game<br>Online}}
  +
| [[File:Games for Windows Logo.png|200px|PC|link=wp:Personal computer]]
  +
| March 24, 2011<br><small>Europe</small>
   
* Play pinball with your favorite Pokémon!
+
|- style="text-align:center; background: #fff"
* Shoot the Poké Ball to find & catch Pokémon!
+
! style="background: #{{unova color dark}}" | {{color2|{{unova color light}}|Generation V|V}}
* Use the Game Boy Advance Game Link cable to share your Pokédex and Hi-Score with a friend! You'll need a Game Boy Advance Game Link and two Game Paks to link up with a friend (sold separately).
+
| [[File:TCG HTPDS JP boxart.png|200px]]<br>{{color2|000|Pokémon Card Game: How to Play DS|Pokémon Card Game:<br>How to Play DS}}
* Play on both the Ruby & Sapphire Fields.
+
| [[File:Nintendo DS Logo.png|200px|Nintendo DS|link=Nintendo DS]]
* Try to catch over 200 Pokémon!
+
| August 5, 2011<br><small>United States</small>
|-
+
|}{{-}}
| style="text-align:center; background: #fff" | August 1, 2003<br><small>Japan</small>
+
|-
+
====Pinball series====
! colspan="4" style="background: #ffde5c" | {{color|725d08|Series: Puzzle}}
+
{| style="background: #1d2c5e; {{roundy|10px}}; border: 5px solid #ffcb05"
 
|-
 
|-
! rowspan="2" style="background: #{{kanto color dark}}" | {{color2|{{kanto color light}}|Generation I|I}}
+
! style="background: #3467af; {{roundytl|5px}}" | {{color2|1d2c5e|Generation|Gen.}}
| rowspan="2" style="text-align:center; background: #fff" | [[File:Puzzle League US boxart.jpg|200px]]<br>{{color2|000|Pokémon Puzzle League}}
+
! style="background: #3467af" | {{color|1d2c5e|Game}}
| style="text-align:center; background: #fff" | [[File:Nintendo 64 Logo.png|100px|Nintendo 64|link=Nintendo 64]]
+
! style="background: #3467af" | {{color|1d2c5e|System}}<!--Some use "console" to refer to the likes of the Wii and GameCube and use "handheld" to refer to the DS, GBA, etc. To prevent argument, don't change.-->
| rowspan="2" style="background: #fff" | Master a new challenge!
+
! style="background: #3467af; {{roundytr|5px}}" | {{color|1d2c5e|First release}}
  +
|- style="text-align:center; background: #fff"
  +
! style="background: #{{kanto color dark}}" | {{color2|{{kanto color light}}|Generation I|I}}
  +
| [[File:Pinball EN boxart.png|200px]]<br>{{color2|000|Pokémon Pinball}}
  +
| [[File:Game Boy Color Logo.png|200px|Game Boy Color|link=Game Boy Color]]
  +
| April 14, 1999<br><small>Japan</small>
   
Discover the most frantic, frenzied, fun-filled Pokémon challenge ever - Pokémon Puzzle League! Line up three or more blocks of the same type to clear them off the screen. Create chains and combos to send garbage to your opponent. Collect badges from other Pokémon trainers to earn the right to enter the ultimate competition... a battle against the mysterious Puzzle Master!
+
|- style="text-align:center; background: #fff"
  +
! style="background: #{{hoenn color dark}}" | {{color2|{{hoenn color light}}|Generation III|III}}
  +
| [[File:Pinball RS EN boxart.jpg|200px]]<br>{{color2|000|Pokémon Pinball: Ruby and Sapphire|Pokémon Pinball:<br>Ruby and Sapphire}}
  +
| style="text-align:center; background: #fff" | [[File:Game Boy Advance Logo.png|200px|Game Boy Advance|link=Game Boy Advance]]
  +
| August 1, 2003<br><small>Japan</small>
  +
|}{{-}}
   
* A puzzle game with a Pokémon theme! Ash and Pikachu are off to the Pokémon Puzzle League Tournament to defeat the mysterious Puzzle Master.
+
====Puzzle series====
* Six different modes in 2-D or 3-D! Train at Professor Oak's Lab or Mimic Mansion, then challenge a friend or the computer in the Main Stadium. Build endurance in the Marathon Field. Solve puzzles at the Puzzle University, race against the clock in the Time Zone, and battle Team Rocket at the Spa.
+
{| style="background: #1d2c5e; {{roundy|10px}}; border: 5px solid #ffcb05"
* Defeat all 15 Pokémon trainers! Win all their badges to become the Pokémon Puzzle Master!
 
|-
 
| style="text-align:center; background: #fff" | September 25, 2000<br><small>North America</small>
 
 
|-
 
|-
! rowspan="2" style="background: #{{johto color dark}}" | {{color2|{{johto color light}}|Generation II|II}}
+
! style="background: #3467af; {{roundytl|5px}}" | {{color2|1d2c5e|Generation|Gen.}}
| rowspan="2" style="text-align:center; background: #fff" | [[File:Puzzle Challenge EN boxart.png|100px]]<br>{{color2|000|Pokémon Puzzle Challenge}}
+
! style="background: #3467af" | {{color|1d2c5e|Game}}
| style="text-align:center; background: #fff" | [[File:Game Boy Color Logo.png|100px|Game Boy Color|link=Game Boy Color]]
+
! style="background: #3467af" | {{color|1d2c5e|System}}<!--Some use "console" to refer to the likes of the Wii and GameCube and use "handheld" to refer to the DS, GBA, etc. To prevent argument, don't change.-->
| rowspan="2" style="background: #fff" | Journey to Johto for the ultimate puzzle challenge!
+
! style="background: #3467af; {{roundytr|5px}}" | {{color|1d2c5e|First release}}
  +
|- style="text-align:center; background: #fff"
  +
! style="background: #{{kanto color dark}}" | {{color2|{{kanto color light}}|Generation I|I}}
  +
| [[File:Puzzle League US boxart.jpg|200px]]<br>{{color2|000|Pokémon Puzzle League}}
  +
| [[File:Nintendo 64 Logo.png|200px|Nintendo 64|link=Nintendo 64]]
  +
| September 25, 2000<br><small>North America</small>
   
Chikorita, Pikachu, Totodile, Pichu, and other favorite Pokémon will help you take on Johto Gym Leaders like Jasmine, Pryce, and Falkner in a quest to become the Pokémon Puzzle Champion. Use lightning fast reflexes to form chains and combos that clear the block tower, attack opposing Pokémon, and bury them in a sea of garbage!
+
|- style="text-align:center; background: #fff"
  +
! style="background: #{{johto color dark}}" | {{color2|{{johto color light}}|Generation II|II}}
  +
| [[File:Puzzle Challenge EN boxart.png|200px]]<br>{{color2|000|Pokémon Puzzle Challenge}}
  +
| [[File:Game Boy Color Logo.png|200px|Game Boy Color|link=Game Boy Color]]
  +
| September 21, 2000<br><small>Japan</small>
  +
|}{{-}}
   
* Six puzzling modes to play! Test your scoring skills in Time Zone, clean up the mess in Garbage, then face the eight Gym Leaders in the ultimate challenge mode. Plus, with Puzzle, Line Clear, and Marathon Modes, you'll be clearing blocks for hours on end!
+
====Mystery Dungeon series====
* Train to be the true puzzle master. Watch demos that teach you the basics of forming chains and combos, then master the techniques in a special slow-motion practice mode.
+
{| style="background: #1d2c5e; {{roundy|10px}}; border: 5px solid #ffcb05"
* Link with friends to prove your puzzle prowess! Use the Game Link cable (sold separately) and battle your friends in three block-breaking two-player modes!
 
 
|-
 
|-
| style="text-align:center; background: #fff" | September 21, 2000<br><small>Japan</small>
+
! style="background: #3467af; {{roundytl|5px}}" | {{color2|1d2c5e|Generation|Gen.}}
|-
+
! style="background: #3467af" | {{color|1d2c5e|Game}}
! colspan="4" style="background: #ffde5c" | {{color|725d08|Series: Mystery Dungeon}}
+
! style="background: #3467af" | {{color|1d2c5e|System}}<!--Some use "console" to refer to the likes of the Wii and GameCube and use "handheld" to refer to the DS, GBA, etc. To prevent argument, don't change.-->
|-
+
! style="background: #3467af; {{roundytr|5px}}" | {{color|1d2c5e|First release}}
! rowspan="2" style="background: #{{hoenn color dark}}" | {{color2|{{hoenn color light}}|Generation III|III}}
+
|- style="text-align:center; background: #fff"
| rowspan="2" style="text-align:center; background: #fff" | [[File:MD Red EN boxart.jpg|100px]][[File:MD Blue EN boxart.jpg|100px]]<br>{{color2|000|Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Red Rescue Team and Blue Rescue Team}}
+
! style="background: #{{hoenn color dark}}" | {{color2|{{hoenn color light}}|Generation III|III}}
| style="text-align:center; background: #fff" | [[File:Game Boy Advance Logo.png|160px|Game Boy Advance|link=Game Boy Advance]]<br><br>[[File:Nintendo DS Logo.png|160px|Nintendo DS|link=Nintendo DS]]
+
| [[File:MD Red EN boxart.jpg|200px]][[File:MD Blue EN boxart.jpg|200px]]<br>{{color2|000|Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Red Rescue Team and Blue Rescue Team|Pokémon Mystery Dungeon:<br>Red Rescue Team and Blue Rescue Team}}
| rowspan="2" style="background: #fff" | What if you woke up one day, and you were a Pokémon? What if all of a sudden you find yourself in a NEW world, where you can speak and interact with other Pokémon? The adventure begins when you and your partner Pokémon set out on rescue missions in a world ravaged by natural disasters. But what is your true purpose and destiny in this Pokémon world? That's the REAL mystery....<!--four periods, not three-->
+
| [[File:Game Boy Advance Logo.png|200px|Game Boy Advance|link=Game Boy Advance]]<br><br>[[File:Nintendo DS Logo.png|200px|Nintendo DS|link=Nintendo DS]]
|-
+
| November 17, 2005<br><small>Japan</small>
| style="text-align:center; background: #fff" | November 17, 2005<br><small>Japan</small>
+
|-
+
|- style="text-align:center; background: #fff"
! rowspan="2" style="background: #{{sinnoh color dark}}" | {{color2|{{sinnoh color light}}|Generation IV|IV}}
+
! rowspan="3" style="background: #{{sinnoh color dark}}" | {{color2|{{sinnoh color light}}|Generation IV|IV}}
| rowspan="2" style="text-align:center; background: #fff" | [[File:MD Time EN boxart.jpg|100px]][[File:MD Darkness EN boxart.jpg|100px]]<br>{{color2|000|Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Explorers of Time and Explorers of Darkness}}
+
| [[File:MD Time EN boxart.jpg|200px]][[File:MD Darkness EN boxart.jpg|200px]]<br>{{color2|000|Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Explorers of Time and Explorers of Darkness|Pokémon Mystery Dungeon:<br>Explorers of Time and Explorers of Darkness}}
| style="text-align:center; background: #fff" | [[File:Nintendo DS Logo.png|160px|Nintendo DS|link=Nintendo DS]]
+
| [[File:Nintendo DS Logo.png|200px|Nintendo DS|link=Nintendo DS]]
| rowspan="2" style="background: #fff" | Explore as a Pokémon in a world of Pokémon!<br>Discover secrets of Time and Darkness and form a team to explore the world!<br>Send out SOS Mails using Nintendo Wi-Fi Connection
+
| September 13, 2007<br><small>Japan</small>
|-
 
| style="text-align:center; background: #fff" | September 13, 2007<br><small>Japan</small>
 
|-
 
! rowspan="2" style="background: #{{sinnoh color dark}}" | {{color2|{{sinnoh color light}}|Generation IV|IV}}
 
| rowspan="2" style="text-align:center; background: #fff" | [[File:MD Sky EN boxart.jpg|100px]]<br>{{color2|000|Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Explorers of Sky}}
 
| style="text-align:center; background: #fff" | [[File:Nintendo DS Logo.png|160px|Nintendo DS|link=Nintendo DS]]
 
| rowspan="2" style="background: #fff" | Now you can go beyond darkness...outside the limits of time...to the skies!<br>Be a Pokémon and experience the world in a whole new way! Learn more secrets of Time and Darkness...Journey with your friends on remarkable adventures and save the world!
 
|-
 
| style="text-align:center; background: #fff" | April 18, 2009<br><small>Japan</small>
 
|-
 
! rowspan="2" style="background: #{{sinnoh color dark}}" | {{color2|{{sinnoh color light}}|Generation IV|IV}}
 
| rowspan="2" style="text-align:center; background: #fff" | [[File:PMD Blazing Stormy Light Pokémon.png|200px]]<br>{{color2|000|Pokémon Mystery Dungeon (WiiWare)|Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Keep Going! Blazing Adventure Squad!<br>Let's Go! Stormy Adventure Squad!<br>and Go For It! Light Adventure Squad!}}
 
| style="text-align:center; background: #fff" | [[File:Wii Logo.png|100px|Wii|link=Wii]]
 
| rowspan="2" style="background: #fff" |
 
|-
 
| style="text-align:center; background: #fff" | August 4, 2009<br><small>Japan</small>
 
|-
 
! rowspan="2" style="background: #{{unova color dark}}" | {{color2|{{unova color light}}|Generation V|V}}
 
| rowspan="2" style="text-align:center; background: #fff" | [[File:MD GTI EN boxart.png|100px]]<br>{{color2|000|Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Gates to Infinity}}
 
| style="text-align:center; background: #fff" | [[File:Nintendo 3DS Logo.png|160px|3DS|link=Nintendo 3DS]]
 
| rowspan="2" style="background: #fff" | <big><big>The fate of the Pokémon world is in your hands!</big><br>Step through the <big>Magnagate</big> and bring back hope!<br></big><big>Endless dungeons, infinite possibilities...</big><br>You're the hero&mdash;and you're a Pokémon! Battle through<br>ever-changing dungeons with your Pokémon friends.<br><big>Inside every round object...<br>Discover a Magnagate!</big><br>Use your Nintendo 3DS camera to open a<br>Magnagate&mdash;the entrance to a Mystery Dungeon!
 
|-
 
| style="text-align:center; background: #fff" | November 23, 2012<br><small>Japan</small>
 
|-
 
! colspan="4" style="background: #ffde5c" | {{color|725d08|Series: Ranger}}
 
|-
 
! rowspan="2" style="background: #{{hoenn color dark}}" | {{color2|{{hoenn color light}}|Generation III|III}}
 
| rowspan="2" style="text-align:center; background: #fff" | [[File:Ranger EN boxart.jpg|100px]]<br>{{color2|000|Pokémon Ranger (game)|Pokémon Ranger}}
 
| style="text-align:center; background: #fff" | [[File:Nintendo DS Logo.png|160px|Nintendo DS|link=Nintendo DS]]
 
| rowspan="2" style="background: #fff" | CAPTURE ON!<br>With the help of Pokémon, set out on a fun-filled adventure! You play as a {{OBP|Pokémon Ranger|Ranger series}} in the [[Fiore]] region, working to preserve nature and to protect Pokémon!
 
|-
 
| style="text-align:center; background: #fff" | March 23, 2006<br><small>Japan</small>
 
|-
 
! rowspan="2" style="background: #{{sinnoh color dark}}" | {{color2|{{sinnoh color light}}|Generation IV|IV}}
 
| rowspan="2" style="text-align:center; background: #fff" | [[File:Ranger SoA EN boxart.jpg|100px]]<br>{{color2|000|Pokémon Ranger: Shadows of Almia}}
 
| style="text-align:center; background: #fff" | [[File:Nintendo DS Logo.png|160px|Nintendo DS|link=Nintendo DS]]
 
| rowspan="2" style="background: #fff" | Only you and your Pokémon can protect [[Almia]]!<br>As a {{OBP|Pokémon Ranger|Ranger series}}, your duty is to fight the shadows that threaten the peace of the Almia region. With the help of you Pokémon, every mission is an adventure!
 
   
Use the Stylus to befriend Pokémon and spin up a storm of action!
+
|- style="text-align:center; background: #fff"
  +
| [[File:MD Sky EN boxart.jpg|200px]]<br>{{color2|000|Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Explorers of Sky}}
  +
| [[File:Nintendo DS Logo.png|200px|Nintendo DS|link=Nintendo DS]]
  +
| April 18, 2009<br><small>Japan</small>
   
Capture Pokémon with your friendship. Use Pokémon to help you enhance your Ranger skills and, together as one, protect Almia!
+
|- style="text-align:center; background: #fff"
  +
| [[File:PMD Blazing Stormy Light Pokémon.png|200px]]<br>{{color2|000|Pokémon Mystery Dungeon (WiiWare)|Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Keep Going! Blazing Adventure Squad!<br>Let's Go! Stormy Adventure Squad!<br>and Go For It! Light Adventure Squad!}}
  +
| [[File:Wii Logo.png|200px|Wii|link=Wii]]
  +
| August 4, 2009<br><small>Japan</small>
  +
  +
|- style="text-align:center; background: #fff"
  +
! style="background: #{{unova color dark}}" | {{color2|{{unova color light}}|Generation V|V}}
  +
| [[File:MD GTI EN boxart.png|200px]]<br>{{color2|000|Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Gates to Infinity}}
  +
| [[File:Nintendo 3DS Logo.png|200px|3DS|link=Nintendo 3DS]]
  +
| November 23, 2012<br><small>Japan</small>
  +
|}{{-}}
  +
  +
====Ranger series====
  +
{| style="background: #1d2c5e; {{roundy|10px}}; border: 5px solid #ffcb05"
 
|-
 
|-
| style="text-align:center; background: #fff" | March 20, 2008<br><small>Japan</small>
+
! style="background: #3467af; {{roundytl|5px}}" | {{color2|1d2c5e|Generation|Gen.}}
|-
+
! style="background: #3467af" | {{color|1d2c5e|Game}}
! rowspan="2" style="background: #{{sinnoh color dark}}" | {{color2|{{sinnoh color light}}|Generation IV|IV}}
+
! style="background: #3467af" | {{color|1d2c5e|System}}<!--Some use "console" to refer to the likes of the Wii and GameCube and use "handheld" to refer to the DS, GBA, etc. To prevent argument, don't change.-->
| rowspan="2" style="text-align:center; background: #fff" | [[File:Ranger GS EN boxart.png|100px]]<br>{{color2|000|Pokémon Ranger: Guardian Signs}}
+
! style="background: #3467af; {{roundytr|5px}}" | {{color|1d2c5e|First release}}
| style="text-align:center; background: #fff" | [[File:Nintendo DS Logo.png|160px|Nintendo DS|link=Nintendo DS]]
+
|- style="text-align:center; background: #fff"
| rowspan="2" style="background: #fff" | A mighty alliance is all that can save Oblivia form darkness! Join forces with Legendary Pokémon and restore peace. Team up with friends in Wireless Multiplayer Missions!
+
! style="background: #{{hoenn color dark}}" | {{color2|{{hoenn color light}}|Generation III|III}}
|-
+
| [[File:Ranger EN boxart.jpg|200px]]<br>{{color2|000|Pokémon Ranger (game)|Pokémon Ranger}}
| style="text-align:center; background: #fff" | March 6, 2010<br><small>Japan</small>
+
| [[File:Nintendo DS Logo.png|200px|Nintendo DS|link=Nintendo DS]]
|-
+
| March 23, 2006<br><small>Japan</small>
! colspan="4" style="background: #ffde5c" | {{color|725d08|Series: Rumble}}
 
|-
 
! rowspan="2" style="background: #{{sinnoh color dark}}" | {{color2|{{sinnoh color light}}|Generation IV|IV}}
 
| rowspan="2" style="text-align:center; background: #fff" | [[File:Pokémon Rumble logo.png|180px]]<br>{{color2|000|Pokémon Rumble}}
 
| style="text-align:center; background: #fff" | [[File:Wii Logo.png|100px|Wii|link=Wii]]
 
| rowspan="2" style="background: #fff" | Introducing a new kind of Pokémon challenge, available exclusively to the WiiWare service! Pokémon Rumble is an action game in which you control [[Toy Pokémon]] (referred to as "Pokémon") and take on wave after wave of other Pokémon in a variety of stages.
 
   
Befriend some of the defeated Pokémon along the way, adding them to your collection and granting you the ability to use them in battle. Switch between collected Pokémon at any time, taking advantage of the fact that the amount of damage you deal depends on the type of move used and the type of Pokémon hit. Be the last one standing to gain the right to compete in the [[Battle Royale]] and test your skills against many Pokémon at once.
+
|- style="text-align:center; background: #fff"
  +
! rowspan=2 style="background: #{{sinnoh color dark}}" | {{color2|{{sinnoh color light}}|Generation IV|IV}}
  +
| [[File:Ranger SoA EN boxart.jpg|200px]]<br>{{color2|000|Pokémon Ranger: Shadows of Almia|Pokémon Ranger:<br>Shadows of Almia}}
  +
| [[File:Nintendo DS Logo.png|200px|Nintendo DS|link=Nintendo DS]]
  +
| March 20, 2008<br><small>Japan</small>
   
Or team up with three people for some multiplayer action, working together to take down tough Bosses and earning points that can be used towards recruiting or training Pokémon. You can even save your favorite Pokémon to your Wii Remote controller for exchanges with friends.
+
|- style="text-align:center; background: #fff"
  +
| [[File:Ranger GS EN boxart.png|200px]]<br>{{color2|000|Pokémon Ranger: Guardian Signs}}
  +
| [[File:Nintendo DS Logo.png|200px|Nintendo DS|link=Nintendo DS]]
  +
| March 6, 2010<br><small>Japan</small>
  +
|}{{-}}
   
Combining beautiful cel-shaded graphics and exciting game play features with the world of Pokémon, this is one Rumble you won't want to miss!
+
====Rumble series====
|-
+
{| style="background: #1d2c5e; {{roundy|10px}}; border: 5px solid #ffcb05"
| style="text-align:center; background: #fff" | June 16, 2009<br><small>Japan</small>
 
|-
 
! rowspan="2" style="background: #{{unova color dark}}" | {{color2|{{unova color light}}|Generation V|V}}
 
| rowspan="2" style="text-align:center; background: #fff" | [[File:Rumble Blast US boxart.png|100px]]<br>{{color2|000|Pokémon Rumble Blast}}
 
| style="text-align:center; background: #fff" | [[File:Nintendo 3DS Logo.png|160px|Nintendo 3DS|link=Nintendo 3DS]]
 
| rowspan="2" style="background: #fff" | This rumble is a blast! Discover over 600 Toy Pokémon to build an unbeatable force!
 
|-
 
| style="text-align:center; background: #fff" | August 11, 2011<br><small>Japan</small>
 
|-
 
! rowspan="2" style="background: #{{unova color dark}}" | {{color2|{{unova color light}}|Generation V|V}}
 
| rowspan="2" style="text-align:center; background: #fff" | [[File:Pokémon Scramble U art.png|100px]]<br>{{color2|000|Pokémon Scramble U}}
 
| style="text-align:center; background: #fff" | [[File:Wii U Logo.png|160px|Wii U|link=Wii U]]
 
| rowspan="2" style="background: #fff" |
 
|-
 
| style="text-align:center; background: #fff" | April 24, 2013<br><small>Japan</small>
 
|-
 
! colspan="4" style="background: #ffde5c" | {{color|725d08|Others}}
 
|-
 
! rowspan="2" style="background: #{{kanto color dark}}" | {{color2|{{kanto color light}}|Generation I|I}}
 
| rowspan="2" style="text-align:center; background: #fff" | [[File:Picross NP Vol 1.png|100px]]<br>{{color2|000|Picross NP Vol. 1}}
 
| style="text-align:center; background: #fff" | [[File:Super Nintendo Entertainment System Logo.png|160px|Super Nintendo Entertainment System|link=Super Nintendo Entertainment System]]
 
| rowspan="2" style="background: #fff" |
 
|-
 
| style="text-align:center; background: #fff" | April, 1999<br><small>Japan</small>
 
 
|-
 
|-
! rowspan="2" style="background: #{{kanto color dark}}" | {{color2|{{kanto color light}}|Generation I|I}}
+
! style="background: #3467af; {{roundytl|5px}}" | {{color2|1d2c5e|Generation|Gen.}}
| rowspan="2" style="text-align:center; background: #fff" | [[File:Snap EN boxart.jpg|200px]]<br>{{color2|000|Pokémon Snap}}
+
! style="background: #3467af" | {{color|1d2c5e|Game}}
| style="text-align:center; background: #fff" | [[File:Nintendo 64 Logo.png|100px|Nintendo 64|link=Nintendo 64]]
+
! style="background: #3467af" | {{color|1d2c5e|System}}<!--Some use "console" to refer to the likes of the Wii and GameCube and use "handheld" to refer to the DS, GBA, etc. To prevent argument, don't change.-->
| rowspan="2" style="background: #fff" | Professor Oak needs your help!
+
! style="background: #3467af; {{roundytr|5px}}" | {{color|1d2c5e|First release}}
  +
|- style="text-align:center; background: #fff"
  +
! style="background: #{{sinnoh color dark}}" | {{color2|{{sinnoh color light}}|Generation IV|IV}}
  +
| [[File:Pokémon Rumble logo.png|180px]]<br>{{color2|000|Pokémon Rumble}}
  +
| [[File:Wii Logo.png|200px|Wii|link=Wii]]
  +
| June 16, 2009<br><small>Japan</small>
   
Professor Oak has asked you to capture the Wild Pokémon of Pokémon Island on film! Tour the Island in your ZERO-ONE vehicle and snap pictures of Pokémon in their natural habitat. Wild Pokémon are often camera-shy, so you'll have to use special items to bring them out in the open. Only the best shots will do for Professor's Pokémon Report so sharpen your photography skills and get ready to SNAP!
+
|- style="text-align:center; background: #fff"
  +
! rowspan=2 style="background: #{{unova color dark}}" | {{color2|{{unova color light}}|Generation V|V}}
  +
| [[File:Rumble Blast US boxart.png|200px]]<br>{{color2|000|Pokémon Rumble Blast}}
  +
| [[File:Nintendo 3DS Logo.png|200px|Nintendo 3DS|link=Nintendo 3DS]]
  +
| August 11, 2011<br><small>Japan</small>
   
* The first-ever N64 game to feature the world-famous Pokémon - fully rendered in 3-D!
+
|- style="text-align:center; background: #fff"
* Explore the many environments of Pokémon Island, like the sunny beach, the mysterious caves, and even a red-hot volcano!
+
| [[File:Pokémon Scramble U art.png|200px]]<br>{{color2|000|Pokémon Scramble U}}
* Many different types of Pokémon inhabit the island. See how many you can catch on film!
+
| [[File:Wii U Logo.png|200px|Wii U|link=Wii U]]
* Print your photos as stickers at Pokémon Snap Stations! Visit www.Pokémon.com or call 1-800-859-4521 for all the details and to find the nearest Snap Station nearest you!
+
| April 24, 2013<br><small>Japan</small>
  +
|}{{-}}
  +
  +
===Individual spin-off games===
  +
{| style="background: #1d2c5e; {{roundy|10px}}; border: 5px solid #ffcb05"
 
|-
 
|-
| style="text-align:center; background: #fff" | March 21, 1999<br><small>Japan</small>
+
! style="background: #3467af; {{roundytl|5px}}" | {{color2|1d2c5e|Generation|Gen.}}
|-
+
! style="background: #3467af" | {{color|1d2c5e|Game}}
! rowspan="2" style="background: #{{hoenn color dark}}" | {{color2|{{hoenn color light}}|Generation III|III}}
+
! style="background: #3467af" | {{color|1d2c5e|System}}<!--Some use "console" to refer to the likes of the Wii and GameCube and use "handheld" to refer to the DS, GBA, etc. To prevent argument, don't change.-->
| rowspan="2" style="text-align:center; background: #fff" | [[File:Pikachu DS Tech Demo DS.png|100px]]<br>{{color2|000|Pikachu: DS Tech Demo}}
+
! style="background: #3467af; {{roundytr|5px}}" | {{color|1d2c5e|First release}}
| style="text-align:center; background: #fff" | [[File:Nintendo DS Logo.png|160px|Nintendo DS|link=Nintendo DS]]
+
|- style="text-align:center; background: #fff"
| rowspan="2" style="background: #fff" | N/A
+
! style="background: #{{kanto color dark}}" | {{color2|{{kanto color light}}|Generation I|I}}
|-
+
| [[File:Picross NP Vol 1.png|200px]]<br>{{color2|000|Picross NP Vol. 1}}
| style="text-align:center; background: #fff" | May 12, 2004<br><small>North America</small>
+
| [[File:Super Nintendo Entertainment System Logo.png|200px|Super Nintendo Entertainment System|link=Super Nintendo Entertainment System]]
|-
+
| April 1, 1999<br><small>Japan</small>
! rowspan="2" style="background: #{{hoenn color dark}}" | {{color2|{{hoenn color light}}|Generation III|III}}
 
| rowspan="2" style="text-align:center; background: #fff" | [[File:Dash EN boxart.jpg|100px]]<br>{{color2|000|Pokémon Dash}}
 
| style="text-align:center; background: #fff" | [[File:Nintendo DS Logo.png|160px|Nintendo DS|link=Nintendo DS]]
 
| rowspan="2" style="background: #fff" | Become the Pokémon Dash Grand Prix Champion!<br>Make tracks as you put Pikachu through its paces around the course. Race against the clock and other Pokémon rivals passing the checkpoints as you head toward the goal. Fast-Action Fun!
 
   
Race your rivals! - You can race as Pikachu in a whole new way using the stylus slide-action to reach the goal in record time. Don't be beaten by your rivals!
+
|- style="text-align:center; background: #fff"
  +
! style="background: #{{kanto color dark}}" | {{color2|{{kanto color light}}|Generation I|I}}
  +
| [[File:Snap EN boxart.jpg|200px]]<br>{{color2|000|Pokémon Snap}}
  +
| [[File:Nintendo 64 Logo.png|200px|Nintendo 64|link=Nintendo 64]]
  +
| March 21, 1999<br><small>Japan</small>
   
Meet {{p|Munchlax}}! - It's a mad dash racing against rival Pokémon. Don't be surprised when you run across an unfamiliar face. Meet Munchlax, the pre-evolved form of {{p|Snorlax}}.
+
|- style="text-align:center; background: #fff"
  +
! style="background: #{{kanto color dark}}" | {{color2|{{kanto color light}}|Generation I|I}}
  +
| [[File:Project Studio Red Blue EN boxart.jpg|200px]]<br>{{color2|000|Pokémon Project Studio Red and Blue|Pokémon Project Studio<br>Red and Blue}}
  +
| [[File:Games for Windows Logo.png|200px|PC|link=wp:Personal computer]]
  +
| November 9, 1999<br><small>United States</small>
   
Connect for more courses! - Hook up with Game Boy Advance Pokémon versions: Ruby, Sapphire, Firered, Leafgreen, and Emerald to create new courses in the shape of your GBA Pokémon!
+
|- style="text-align:center; background: #fff"
* Up to six players can compete using their own Pokémon Dash Game Card!
+
! style="background: #{{kanto color dark}}" | {{color2|{{kanto color light}}|Generation I|I}}
  +
| [[File:Pokerom.png|200px]]<br>{{color2|000|PokéROM}}
  +
| [[File:Games for Windows Logo.png|200px|PC|link=wp:Personal computer]]
  +
| 2000<br><small>United States</small>
  +
  +
|- style="text-align:center; background: #fff"
  +
! style="background: #{{hoenn color dark}}" | {{color2|{{hoenn color light}}|Generation III|III}}
  +
| [[File:Masters Arena EN boxart.jpg|200px]]<br>{{color2|000|Pokémon Masters Arena}}
  +
| [[File:Games for Windows Logo.png|200px|PC|link=wp:Personal computer]]
  +
| January 1, 2004<br><small>United States</small>
  +
  +
|- style="text-align:center; background: #fff"
  +
! style="background: #{{hoenn color dark}}" | {{color2|{{hoenn color light}}|Generation III|III}}
  +
| [[File:Dash EN boxart.jpg|200px]]<br>{{color2|000|Pokémon Dash}}
  +
| [[File:Nintendo DS Logo.png|200px|Nintendo DS|link=Nintendo DS]]
  +
| December 2, 2004<br><small>Japan</small>
  +
  +
|- style="text-align:center; background: #fff"
  +
! style="background: #{{hoenn color dark}}" | {{color2|{{hoenn color light}}|Generation III|III}}
  +
| [[File:PokéPark Fishing Rally.png|200px]]<br>{{color2|000|PokéPark: Fishing Rally DS}}
  +
| [[File:Nintendo DS Logo.png|200px|Nintendo DS|link=Nintendo DS]]
  +
| May 10, 2005<br><small>Japan</small>
  +
  +
|- style="text-align:center; background: #fff"
  +
! style="background: #{{hoenn color dark}}" | {{color2|{{hoenn color light}}|Generation III|III}}
  +
| [[File:Trozei US boxart.jpg|200px]]<br>{{color2|000|Pokémon Trozei!}}
  +
| [[File:Nintendo DS Logo.png|200px|Nintendo DS|link=Nintendo DS]]
  +
| October 20, 2005<br><small>Japan</small>
  +
  +
|- style="text-align:center; background: #fff"
  +
! style="background: #{{hoenn color dark}}" | {{color2|{{hoenn color light}}|Generation III|III}}
  +
| [[File:Team Turbo EN boxart.png|200px]]<br>{{color2|000|Pokémon Team Turbo}}
  +
| [[File:Games for Windows Logo.png|200px|PC|link=wp:Personal computer]]
  +
| October 28, 2005<br><small>United States</small>
  +
  +
|- style="text-align:center; background: #fff"
  +
! style="background: #{{hoenn color dark}}" | {{color2|{{hoenn color light}}|Generation III|III}}
  +
| [[File:PCmaster-logo.png|200px]]<br>{{color2|000|Pokémon PC Master}}
  +
| [[File:Games for Windows Logo.png|200px|PC|link=wp:Personal computer]]
  +
| June 20, 2006<br><small>Japan</small>
  +
  +
|- style="text-align:center; background: #fff"
  +
! style="background: #{{unova color dark}}" | {{color2|{{unova color light}}|Generation V|V}}
  +
| [[File:Typing EN boxart.png|200px]]<br>{{color2|000|Learn with Pokémon: Typing Adventure|Learn with Pokémon:<br>Typing Adventure}}
  +
| [[File:Nintendo DS Logo.png|200px|Nintendo DS|link=Nintendo DS]]
  +
| April 21, 2011<br><small>Japan</small>
  +
  +
|- style="text-align:center; background: #fff"
  +
! style="background: #{{unova color dark}}" | {{color2|{{unova color light}}|Generation V|V}}
  +
| [[File:Pokémon Say Tap icon.png|200px]]<br>{{color2|000|Pokémon Say Tap?}}
  +
| [[File:iOS Logo.png|200px|iOS|link=wp:iOS]]
  +
| July 15, 2011<br><small>Japan</small>
  +
  +
|- style="text-align:center; background: #fff"
  +
! style="background: #{{unova color dark}}" | {{color2|{{unova color light}}|Generation V|V}}
  +
| [[File:Conquest EN boxart.jpg|200px]]<br>{{color2|000|Pokémon Conquest}}
  +
| [[File:Nintendo DS Logo.png|200px|Nintendo DS|link=Nintendo DS]]
  +
| March 17, 2012<br><small>Japan</small>
  +
  +
|- style="text-align:center; background: #fff"
  +
! style="background: #{{unova color dark}}" | {{color2|{{unova color light}}|Generation V|V}}
  +
| [[File:Pokémon Dream Radar logo EN.png|200px]]<br>{{color2|000|Pokémon Dream Radar}}
  +
| [[File:Nintendo 3DS Logo.png|200px|Nintendo 3DS|link=Nintendo 3DS]]
  +
| June 23, 2012<br><small>Japan</small>
  +
|}{{-}}
  +
  +
====Pokémon mini====
  +
{| style="background: #1d2c5e; {{roundy|10px}}; border: 5px solid #ffcb05"
 
|-
 
|-
| style="text-align:center; background: #fff" | December 2, 2004<br><small>Japan</small>
+
! style="background: #3467af; {{roundytl|5px}}" | {{color2|1d2c5e|Generation|Gen.}}
  +
! style="background: #3467af" | {{color|1d2c5e|Game}}
  +
! style="background: #3467af" | {{color|1d2c5e|System}}<!--Some use "console" to refer to the likes of the Wii and GameCube and use "handheld" to refer to the DS, GBA, etc. To prevent argument, don't change.-->
  +
! style="background: #3467af; {{roundytr|5px}}" | {{color|1d2c5e|First release}}
  +
|- style="text-align:center; background: #fff"
  +
! rowspan=10 style="background: #{{johto color dark}}" | {{color2|{{johto color light}}|Generation II|II}}
  +
| [[File:Party mini JP boxart.jpg|200px]]<br>{{color2|000|Pokémon Party mini}}
  +
| [[File:Pokémon mini Logo.png|200px|Pokémon mini|link=Pokémon mini]]
  +
| December 14, 2001<br><small>Japan</small>
  +
|- style="text-align:center; background: #fff"
  +
| [[File:Zany Cards EN boxart.jpg|200px]]<br>{{color2|000|Pokémon Zany Cards}}
  +
| [[File:Pokémon mini Logo.png|200px|Pokémon mini|link=Pokémon mini]]
  +
| December 14, 2001<br><small>Japan</small>
  +
|- style="text-align:center; background: #fff"
  +
| [[File:Pinball mini EN boxart.png|200px]]<br>{{color2|000|Pokémon Pinball mini}}
  +
| [[File:Pokémon mini Logo.png|200px|Pokémon mini|link=Pokémon mini]]
  +
| December 14, 2001<br><small>Japan</small>
  +
|- style="text-align:center; background: #fff"
  +
| [[File:Puzzle Collection EN boxart.jpg|200px]]<br>{{color2|000|Pokémon Puzzle Collection}}
  +
| [[File:Pokémon mini Logo.png|200px|Pokémon mini|link=Pokémon mini]]
  +
| December 14, 2001<br><small>Japan</small>
  +
|- style="text-align:center; background: #fff"
  +
| [[File:Tetris EN boxart.jpg|200px]]<br>{{color2|000|Pokémon Tetris}}
  +
| [[File:Pokémon mini Logo.png|200px|Pokémon mini|link=Pokémon mini]]
  +
| March 21, 2002<br><small>Japan</small>
  +
|- style="text-align:center; background: #fff"
  +
| [[File:Breeder mini JP boxart.jpg|200px]]<br>{{color2|000|Pokémon Breeder mini}}
  +
| [[File:Pokémon mini Logo.png|200px|Pokémon mini|link=Pokémon mini]]
  +
| March 21, 2002<br><small>Japan</small>
  +
|- style="text-align:center; background: #fff"
  +
| [[File:Puzzle Collection Vol 2 JP boxart.jpg|200px]]<br>{{color2|000|Pokémon Puzzle Collection Vol. 2}}
  +
| [[File:Pokémon mini Logo.png|200px|Pokémon mini|link=Pokémon mini]]
  +
| April 26, 2002<br><small>Japan</small>
  +
|- style="text-align:center; background: #fff"
  +
| [[File:Race JP boxart.jpg|200px]]<br>{{color2|000|Pokémon Race mini}}
  +
| [[File:Pokémon mini Logo.png|200px|Pokémon mini|link=Pokémon mini]]
  +
| July 19, 2002<br><small>Japan</small>
  +
|- style="text-align:center; background: #fff"
  +
| [[File:Race JP boxart.jpg|200px]]<br>{{color2|000|Pokémon Race mini}}
  +
| [[File:Pokémon mini Logo.png|200px|Pokémon mini|link=Pokémon mini]]
  +
| August 9, 2002<br><small>Japan</small>
  +
|- style="text-align:center; background: #fff"
  +
| [[File:Togepi Great Adventure JP boxart.jpg|200px]]<br>{{color2|000|Togepi's Great Adventure}}
  +
| [[File:Pokémon mini Logo.png|200px|Pokémon mini|link=Pokémon mini]]
  +
| October 18, 2002<br><small>Japan</small>
  +
|}{{-}}
  +
  +
====Puck-based games====
  +
{| style="background: #1d2c5e; {{roundy|10px}}; border: 5px solid #ffcb05"
 
|-
 
|-
! rowspan="2" style="background: #{{hoenn color dark}}" | {{color2|{{hoenn color light}}|Generation III|III}}
+
! style="background: #3467af; {{roundytl|5px}}" | {{color2|1d2c5e|Generation|Gen.}}
| rowspan="2" style="text-align:center; background: #fff" | [[File:PokéPark Fishing Rally.png|200px]]<br>{{color2|000|PokéPark: Fishing Rally DS}}
+
! style="background: #3467af" | {{color|1d2c5e|Game}}
| style="text-align:center; background: #fff" | [[File:Nintendo DS Logo.png|160px|Nintendo DS|link=Nintendo DS]]
+
! style="background: #3467af" | {{color|1d2c5e|System}}<!--Some use "console" to refer to the likes of the Wii and GameCube and use "handheld" to refer to the DS, GBA, etc. To prevent argument, don't change.-->
| rowspan="2" style="background: #fff" | N/A
+
! style="background: #3467af; {{roundytr|5px}}" | {{color|1d2c5e|First release}}
|-
+
|- style="text-align:center; background: #fff"
| style="text-align:center; background: #fff" | May 10, 2005<br><small>Japan</small>
+
! style="background: #{{sinnoh color dark}}" | {{color2|{{sinnoh color light}}|Generation IV|IV}}
|-
+
| [[File:Battrio machine.png|200px]]<br>{{color2|000|Pokémon Battrio}}
! rowspan="2" style="background: #{{hoenn color dark}}" | {{color2|{{hoenn color light}}|Generation III|III}}
+
| <big>Arcade</big>
| rowspan="2" style="text-align:center; background: #fff" | [[File:Trozei US boxart.jpg|100px]]<br>{{color2|000|Pokémon Trozei!}}
+
| September 14, 2007<br><small>Japan</small>
| style="text-align:center; background: #fff" | [[File:Nintendo DS Logo.png|160px|Nintendo DS|link=Nintendo DS]]
+
|- style="text-align:center; background: #fff"
| rowspan="2" style="background: #fff" | Experience endless Pokémon puzzle action in this brand-new puzzle game!<br>Using the stylus, slide Pokémon puzzle pieces. Line up four in a row (vertically or horizontally) to make a "Trozei" and clear the screen. It's easy to learn, with fun and addictive play for all ages!
+
! rowspan=2 style="background: #{{unova color dark}}" | {{color2|{{unova color light}}|Generation V|V}}
|-
+
| [[File:TrettaMachine.jpg|200px]]<br>{{color2|000|Pokémon Tretta}}
| style="text-align:center; background: #fff" | October 20, 2005<br><small>Japan</small>
+
| <big>Arcade</big>
|-
+
| July 14, 2012<br><small>Japan</small>
! rowspan="2" style="background: #{{unova color dark}}" | {{color2|{{unova color light}}|Generation V|V}}
+
|- style="text-align:center; background: #fff"
| rowspan="2" style="text-align:center; background: #fff" | [[File:Typing EN boxart.png|200px]]<br>{{color2|000|Learn with Pokémon: Typing Adventure}}
+
| [[File:Pokémon Tretta Lab hardware.png|200px]]<br>{{color2|000|Pokémon Tretta Lab}}
| style="text-align:center; background: #fff" | [[File:Nintendo DS Logo.png|160px|Nintendo DS|link=Nintendo DS]]
+
| [[File:Nintendo 3DS Logo.png|200px|Nintendo 3DS|link=Nintendo 3DS]]
| rowspan="2" style="background: #fff" | Master the keyboard and catch Pokémon in this thrilling typing adventure!<br>Type quickly! Type correctly! Use the Nintendo Wireless Keyboard to research over 400 Pokémon in locations such as the desert, forest, mountains, beaches and many more...
+
| August 10, 2013<br><small>Japan</small>
|-
+
|}{{-}}
| style="text-align:center; background: #fff" | April 21, 2011<br><small>Japan</small>
+
|-
+
====Sega systems====
! rowspan="2" style="background: #{{unova color dark}}" | {{color2|{{unova color light}}|Generation V|V}}
+
{| style="background: #1d2c5e; {{roundy|10px}}; border: 5px solid #ffcb05"
| rowspan="2" style="text-align:center; background: #fff" | [[File:Pokédex 3D logo.png|200px]]<br>{{color2|000|Pokédex 3D}}
 
| style="text-align:center; background: #fff" | [[File:Nintendo 3DS Logo.png|160px|Nintendo 3DS|link=Nintendo 3DS]]
 
| rowspan="2" style="background: #fff" | This is an electronic Pokédex that's full of information about Pokémon! It also lets you hear their cries, see the, and look up all sorts of data about your favorite Pokémon. You can even use the AR Viewer so you can interact with the Pokémon! You'll first need to fill up your Pokédex. You can do this by sharing Pokémon data with your friends or receiving Pokémon data using SpotPass.
 
|-
 
| style="text-align:center; background: #fff" | June 6, 2011<br><small>North America</small>
 
|-
 
! rowspan="2" style="background: #{{unova color dark}}" | {{color2|{{unova color light}}|Generation V|V}}
 
| rowspan="2" style="text-align:center; background: #fff" | [[File:Conquest EN boxart.jpg|150px]]<br>{{color2|000|Pokémon Conquest}}
 
| style="text-align:center; background: #fff" | [[File:Nintendo DS Logo.png|160px|Nintendo DS|link=Nintendo DS]]
 
| rowspan="2" style="background: #fff" | Warlords and Pokémon unite to conquer the land!
 
|-
 
| style="text-align:center; background: #fff" | March 17, 2012<br><small>Japan</small>
 
|-
 
! rowspan="2" style="background: #{{unova color dark}}" | {{color2|{{unova color light}}|Generation V|V}}
 
| rowspan="2" style="text-align:center; background: #fff" | [[File:Pokémon Dream Radar logo EN.png|150px]]<br>{{color2|000|Pokémon Dream Radar}}
 
| style="text-align:center; background: #fff" | [[File:Nintendo 3DS Logo.png|160px|Nintendo 3DS|link=Nintendo 3DS]]
 
| rowspan="2" style="background: #fff" | In the game you'll be taking on the role of an assistant who works for Professor Burnet - a scientist studying the Interdream Zone. Move your Nintendo 3DS system around in this motion-controlled action game and take aim to shoot your light beam at the Dream Clouds and collect your rewards! This games is fun for anybody, and a fact-filled accompaniment to Pokémon Black Version 2 or Pokémon White Version 2. Any caught Pokémon or items you pick up in the Pokémon Dream Radar can be transferred to Pokémon Black Version 2 and Pokémon White Version 2, which is very useful, since the Pokémon you catch might have hidden abilities not available for those games, and some items that can't normally be found either. Try to fill up your Pokédex as much as you can!
 
|-
 
| style="text-align:center; background: #fff" | June 23, 2012<br><small>Japan</small>
 
|-
 
! rowspan="4" style="background: #{{unova color dark}}" | {{color2|{{unova color light}}|Generation V|V}}
 
| rowspan="2" style="text-align:center; background: #fff" | [[File:Pokédex 3D Pro logo.png|200px]]<br>{{color2|000|Pokédex 3D Pro}}
 
| style="text-align:center; background: #fff" | [[File:Nintendo 3DS Logo.png|160px|Nintendo 3DS|link=Nintendo 3DS]]
 
| rowspan="2" style="background: #fff" | Become the Pokémon master! Find out everything you want to know about your favourite Pokémon and see them in 3D with the new Pokédex 3D Pro!
 
|-
 
| style="text-align:center; background: #fff" | July 14, 2012<br><small>Japan</small>
 
 
|-
 
|-
  +
! style="background: #3467af; {{roundytl|5px}}" | {{color2|1d2c5e|Generation|Gen.}}
  +
! style="background: #3467af" | {{color|1d2c5e|Game}}
  +
! style="background: #3467af" | {{color|1d2c5e|System}}<!--Some use "console" to refer to the likes of the Wii and GameCube and use "handheld" to refer to the DS, GBA, etc. To prevent argument, don't change.-->
  +
! style="background: #3467af; {{roundytr|5px}}" | {{color|1d2c5e|First release}}
  +
|- style="text-align:center; background: #fff"
  +
! style="background: #{{johto color dark}}" | {{color2|{{johto color light}}|Generation II|II}}
  +
| [[File:Catch the Numbers JP boxart.jpg|200px]]<br>{{color2|000|Pokémon: Catch the Numbers!}}
  +
| [[File:Sega Pico Logo.png|200px|Sega Pico|link=Sega Pico]]
  +
| ?<br><small>Japan</small>
  +
|- style="text-align:center; background: #fff"
  +
! rowspan=3 style="background: #{{hoenn color dark}}" | {{color2|{{hoenn color light}}|Generation III|III}}
  +
| [[File:AG Ive Begun Hiragana and Katakana JP boxart.jpg|200px]]<br>{{color2|000|Pokémon Advanced Generation: I've Begun Hiragana and Katakana!|Pokémon Advanced Generation:<br>I've Begun Hiragana and Katakana!}}
  +
| [[File:Sega Pico Logo.png|200px|Sega Pico|link=Sega Pico]]
  +
| September 24, 2003<br><small>Japan</small>
  +
|- style="text-align:center; background: #fff"
  +
| [[File:AG Pico for Everyone Pokemon Loud Battle JP boxart.jpg|200px]]<br>{{color2|000|Pokémon Advanced Generation: Pico for Everyone Pokémon Loud Battle!|Pokémon Advanced Generation:<br>Pico for Everyone<br>Pokémon Loud Battle!}}
  +
| [[File:Sega Pico Logo.png|200px|Sega Pico|link=Sega Pico]]
  +
| ?<br><small>Japan</small>
  +
|- style="text-align:center; background: #fff"
  +
| [[File:AG Pokemon Number Battle JP boxart.png|200px]]<br>{{color2|000|Pokémon Advanced Generation: Pokémon Number Battle!|Pokémon Advanced Generation:<br>Pokémon Number Battle!}}
  +
| [[File:Advanced Pico Beena Logo.png|200px|Advanced Pico Beena|link=Advanced Pico Beena]]
  +
| ?<br><small>Japan</small>
  +
|- style="text-align:center; background: #fff"
  +
! rowspan=2 style="background: #{{sinnoh color dark}}" | {{color2|{{sinnoh color light}}|Generation IV|IV}}
  +
| [[File:Intellectual Training Drill Pokemon DP Letter and Number Intelligence Game JP boxart.png|200px]]<br>{{color2|000|Intellectual Training Drill Pokémon Diamond & Pearl: Letter and Number Intelligence Game|Intellectual Training Drill<br>Pokémon Diamond & Pearl:<br>Letter and Number<br>Intelligence Game}}
  +
| [[File:Advanced Pico Beena Logo.png|200px|Advanced Pico Beena|link=Advanced Pico Beena]]
  +
| ?<br><small>Japan</small>
  +
|- style="text-align:center; background: #fff"
  +
| [[File:DP Search for Pokemon Adventure in the Maze JP boxart.png|200px]]<br>{{color2|000|Pokémon Diamond & Pearl: Search for Pokémon! Adventure in the Maze!|Pokémon Diamond & Pearl:<br>Search for Pokémon!<br>Adventure in the Maze!}}
  +
| [[File:Advanced Pico Beena Logo.png|200px|Advanced Pico Beena|link=Advanced Pico Beena]]
  +
| ?<br><small>Japan</small>
  +
|- style="text-align:center; background: #fff"
  +
! style="background: #{{unova color dark}}" | {{color2|{{unova color light}}|Generation V|V}}
  +
| [[File:BW Intelligence Training Pokemon Big Sports Meet JP boxart.png|200px]]<br>{{color2|000|Pokémon Best Wishes: Intelligence Training Pokémon Big Sports Meet!|Pokémon Best Wishes:<br>Intelligence Training<br>Pokémon Big Sports Meet!}}
  +
| [[File:Advanced Pico Beena Logo.png|200px|Advanced Pico Beena|link=Advanced Pico Beena]]
  +
| December 4, 2010<br><small>Japan</small>
 
|}{{-}}
 
|}{{-}}
   
===Others===
+
====Perdue Farms====
<!--temporary division-->
+
{| style="background: #1d2c5e; {{roundy|10px}}; border: 5px solid #ffcb05"
 
{| style="background: #{{colo color dark}}; {{roundy|10px}}; border: 5px solid #{{colo color}}; margin:auto"
 
 
|-
 
|-
! colspan="5" | {{color|{{colo color light}}|Pokémon mini}}
+
! style="background: #3467af; {{roundytl|5px}}" | {{color2|1d2c5e|Generation|Gen.}}
|-
+
! style="background: #3467af" | {{color|1d2c5e|Game}}
! colspan="5" style="background: #{{colo color}}" | {{color2|{{colo color dark}}|Pokémon mini}}
+
! style="background: #3467af" | {{color|1d2c5e|System}}<!--Some use "console" to refer to the likes of the Wii and GameCube and use "handheld" to refer to the DS, GBA, etc. To prevent argument, don't change.-->
|- style="text-align:center; background: #{{colo color}}"
+
! style="background: #3467af; {{roundytr|5px}}" | {{color|1d2c5e|First release}}
| [[File:Party mini JP boxart.jpg|150px]]
+
|- style="text-align:center; background: #fff"
| [[File:Zany Cards EN boxart.jpg|150px]]
+
! rowspan=3 style="background: #{{hoenn color dark}}" | {{color2|{{hoenn color light}}|Generation III|III}}
| [[File:Pinball mini EN boxart.png|150px]]
+
| [[File:Pokémon Team Rocket Blast Off.png|200px]]<br>{{color2|000|Pokémon Team Rocket Blast Off}}
| [[File:Puzzle Collection EN boxart.jpg|150px]]
+
| [[File:Games for Windows Logo.png|200px|PC|link=wp:Personal computer]]
| [[File:Tetris EN boxart.jpg|150px]]
+
| 2006<br><small>United States</small>
|- style="text-align:center; background: #{{colo color light}}"
+
|- style="text-align:center; background: #fff"
| {{color2|{{colo color dark}}|Pokémon Party mini|Party mini}}
+
| [[File:Pokémon Poké Ball Launcher.png|200px]]<br>{{color2|000|Pokémon Poké Ball Launcher}}
| {{color2|{{colo color dark}}|Pokémon Zany Cards|Zany Cards}}
+
| [[File:Games for Windows Logo.png|200px|PC|link=wp:Personal computer]]
| {{color2|{{colo color dark}}|Pokémon Pinball mini|Pinball mini}}
+
| 2006<br><small>United States</small>
| {{color2|{{colo color dark}}|Pokémon Puzzle Collection|Puzzle Collection}}
+
|- style="text-align:center; background: #fff"
| {{color2|{{colo color dark}}|Pokémon Tetris|Tetris}}
+
| [[File:Pokémon Seek and Find.png|200px]]<br>{{color2|000|Pokémon Seek & Find}}
|- style="text-align:center; background: #{{colo color}}"
+
| [[File:Games for Windows Logo.png|200px|PC|link=wp:Personal computer]]
| [[File:Breeder mini JP boxart.jpg|150px]]
+
| 2006<br><small>United States</small>
| [[File:Puzzle Collection Vol 2 JP boxart.jpg|150px]]
 
| [[File:Pichu Bros mini JP boxart.jpg|150px]]
 
| [[File:Race JP boxart.jpg|150px]]
 
| [[File:Togepi Great Adventure JP boxart.jpg|150px]]
 
|- style="text-align:center; background: #{{colo color light}}"
 
| {{color2|{{colo color dark}}|Pokémon Breeder mini|Breeder mini}}
 
| {{color2|{{colo color dark}}|Pokémon Puzzle Collection Vol. 2|Puzzle Collection Vol. 2}}
 
| {{color2|{{colo color dark}}|Pichu Bros. mini}}
 
| {{color2|{{colo color dark}}|Pokémon Race mini|Race mini}}
 
| {{color2|{{colo color dark}}|Togepi's Great Adventure}}
 
|-
 
|
 
 
|}{{-}}
 
|}{{-}}
   
{| style="background: #{{colo color dark}}; {{roundy|10px}}; border: 5px solid #{{colo color}}; margin:auto"
+
====Self-contained games====
  +
=====Pedometers=====
  +
{| style="background: #1d2c5e; {{roundy|10px}}; border: 5px solid #ffcb05"
 
|-
 
|-
! colspan="12" | {{color|{{colo color light}}|Sega consoles}}
+
! style="background: #3467af; {{roundytl|5px}}" | {{color2|1d2c5e|Generation|Gen.}}
|-
+
! style="background: #3467af" | {{color|1d2c5e|Game}}
! colspan="12" style="background: #{{colo color}}" | {{color2|{{colo color dark}}|Sega Pico}}
+
! style="background: #3467af; {{roundytr|5px}}" | {{color|1d2c5e|First release}}
|- style="text-align:center; background: #{{colo color}}"
+
|- style="text-align:center; background: #fff"
| colspan=4 | [[File:Catch the Numbers JP boxart.jpg|150px]]
+
! style="background: #{{kanto color dark}}" | {{color2|{{kanto color light}}|Generation I|I}}
| colspan=4 | [[File:AG Ive Begun Hiragana and Katakana JP boxart.jpg|150px]]
+
| [[File:Pokémon Pikachu.png|200px]]<br>{{color2|000|Pokémon Pikachu}}
| colspan=4 | [[File:AG Pico for Everyone Pokemon Loud Battle JP boxart.jpg|150px]]
+
| March 27, 1998<br><small>Japan</small>
|- style="text-align:center; background: #{{colo color light}}"
+
|- style="text-align:center; background: #fff"
| colspan=4 | {{color2|{{colo color dark}}|Pokémon: Catch the Numbers!|Catch the Numbers!}}
+
! style="background: #{{johto color dark}}" | {{color2|{{johto color light}}|Generation II|II}}
| colspan=4 | {{color2|{{colo color dark}}|Pokémon Advanced Generation: I've Begun Hiragana and Katakana!|Advanced Generation: I've Begun Hiragana and Katakana!}}
+
| [[File:Pp2gsboxart.png|200px]]<br>{{color2|000|Pokémon Pikachu 2 GS}}
| colspan=4 | {{color2|{{colo color dark}}|Pokémon Advanced Generation: Pico for Everyone Pokémon Loud Battle!|Advanced Generation: Pico for Everyone Pokémon Loud Battle!}}
+
| November 21, 1999<br><small>Japan</small>
|- style="text-align:center; background: #{{colo color}}"
+
|- style="text-align:center; background: #fff"
! colspan="12" style="background: #{{colo color}}" | {{color2|{{colo color dark}}|Advanced Pico Beena}}
+
! style="background: #{{sinnoh color dark}}" | {{color2|{{sinnoh color light}}|Generation IV|IV}}
|- style="text-align:center; background: #{{colo color}}"
+
| [[File:Pokewalker.png|200px]]<br>{{color2|000|Pokéwalker}}
| colspan=3 | [[File:AG Pokemon Number Battle JP boxart.png|150px]]
+
| September 12, 2009<br><small>Japan</small>
| colspan=3 | [[File:Intellectual Training Drill Pokemon DP Letter and Number Intelligence Game JP boxart.png|150px]]
 
| colspan=3 | [[File:DP Search for Pokemon Adventure in the Maze JP boxart.png|150px]]
 
| colspan=3 | [[File:BW Intelligence Training Pokemon Big Sports Meet JP boxart.png|150px]]
 
|- style="text-align:center; background: #{{colo color light}}"
 
| colspan=3 | {{color2|{{colo color dark}}|Pokémon Advanced Generation: Pokémon Number Battle!|Advanced Generation: Pokémon Number Battle!}}
 
| colspan=3 | {{color2|{{colo color dark}}|Intellectual Training Drill Pokémon Diamond & Pearl: Letter and Number Intelligence Game|Intellectual Training Drill Diamond & Pearl: Letter and Number Intelligence Game}}
 
| colspan=3 | {{color2|{{colo color dark}}|Pokémon Diamond & Pearl: Search for Pokémon! Adventure in the Maze!|Diamond & Pearl: Search for Pokémon! Adventure in the Maze!}}
 
| colspan=3 | {{color2|{{colo color dark}}|Pokémon Best Wishes: Intelligence Training Pokémon Big Sports Meet!|Best Wishes: Intelligence Training Pokémon Big Sports Meet!}}
 
|-
 
|
 
 
|}{{-}}
 
|}{{-}}
   
{| style="background: #{{colo color dark}}; {{roundy|10px}}; border: 5px solid #{{colo color}}; margin:auto"
+
=====Toy games=====
  +
{| style="background: #1d2c5e; {{roundy|10px}}; border: 5px solid #ffcb05"
 
|-
 
|-
! colspan="3" | {{color2|{{colo color light}}|wp:Perdue Farms|Perdue Farms}}
+
! style="background: #3467af; {{roundytl|5px}}" | {{color2|1d2c5e|Generation|Gen.}}
|-
+
! style="background: #3467af" | {{color|1d2c5e|Game}}
! colspan="4" style="background: #{{colo color}}" | {{color2|{{colo color dark}}|wp:Personal computer|PC}}
+
! style="background: #3467af; {{roundytr|5px}}" | {{color|1d2c5e|First release}}
|- style="text-align:center; background: #{{colo color}}"
+
|- style="text-align:center; background: #fff"
| [[File:Pokémon Team Rocket Blast Off.png|150px]]
+
! rowspan=2 style="background: #{{hoenn color dark}}" | {{color2|{{hoenn color light}}|Generation III|III}}
| [[File:Pokémon Poké Ball Launcher.png|150px]]
+
| [[File:Cyber Poké Ball.jpg|200px]]<br>{{color2|000|Cyber Poké Ball}}
| [[File:Pokémon Seek and Find.png|150px]]
+
| ?<br><small>United States</small>
|- style="text-align:center; background: #{{colo color light}}"
+
|- style="text-align:center; background: #fff"
| {{color2|{{colo color dark}}|Pokémon Team Rocket Blast Off|Team Rocket Blast Off}}
+
| [[File:Cyber Pokédex.png|200px]]<br>{{color2|000|Cyber Pokédex}}
| {{color2|{{colo color dark}}|Pokémon Poké Ball Launcher|Poké Ball Launcher}}
+
| ?<br><small>United States</small>
| {{color2|{{colo color dark}}|Pokémon Seek & Find|Seek & Find}}
+
|- style="text-align:center; background: #fff"
|-
+
! style="background: #{{sinnoh color dark}}" | {{color2|{{sinnoh color light}}|Generation IV|IV}}
|
+
| [[File:Digital Poke Ball DP.png|200px]]<br>{{color2|000|Digital Poké Ball D & P}}
  +
| ?<br><small>United States</small>
 
|}{{-}}
 
|}{{-}}
   
{| style="background: #{{colo color dark}}; {{roundy|10px}}; border: 5px solid #{{colo color}}; margin:auto"
+
====Miscellaneous arcade games====
  +
<!--I know of at least 3 others, but I don't have time to put them here right now-->
  +
{| style="background: #1d2c5e; {{roundy|10px}}; border: 5px solid #ffcb05"
 
|-
 
|-
! colspan="4" | {{color|{{colo color light}}|Other consoles}}
+
! style="background: #3467af; {{roundytl|5px}}" | {{color2|1d2c5e|Generation|Gen.}}
  +
! style="background: #3467af" | {{color|1d2c5e|Game}}
  +
! style="background: #3467af; {{roundytr|5px}}" | {{color|1d2c5e|First release}}
  +
|- style="text-align:center; background: #fff"
  +
! style="background: #{{unova color dark}}" | {{color2|{{unova color light}}|Generation V|V}}
  +
| [[File:Medal World machine.jpg|200px]]<br>{{color2|000|Pokémon Medal World}}
  +
| January 17, 2012<br><small>Japan</small>
  +
|}
  +
  +
==Applications==
  +
{| style="background: #1d2c5e; {{roundy|10px}}; border: 5px solid #ffcb05"
 
|-
 
|-
! colspan="4" style="background: #{{colo color}}" | {{color2|{{colo color dark}}|wp:Personal computer|PC}}
+
! style="background: #3467af; {{roundytl|5px}}" | {{color2|1d2c5e|Generation|Gen.}}
|- style="text-align:center; background: #{{colo color}}"
+
! style="background: #3467af" | {{color|1d2c5e|Game}}
| colspan=2 | [[File:Project Studio Red Blue EN boxart.jpg|300px]]
+
! style="background: #3467af" | {{color|1d2c5e|System}}<!--Some use "console" to refer to the likes of the Wii and GameCube and use "handheld" to refer to the DS, GBA, etc. To prevent argument, don't change.-->
| [[File:Play It EN boxart.jpg|150px]]
+
! style="background: #3467af; {{roundytr|5px}}" | {{color|1d2c5e|First shown}}
| [[File:Play It Version 2 EN boxart.jpg|150px]]
+
|- style="text-align:center; background: #fff"
|- style="text-align:center; background: #{{colo color light}}"
+
! style="background: #{{kanto color dark}}" | {{color2|{{kanto color light}}|Generation I|I}}
| colspan=2 | {{color2|{{colo color dark}}|Pokémon Project Studio Red and Blue|Project Studio Red and Blue}}
+
| [[File:Monthly Coin Toss 1.png|200px]]<br>{{color2|000|Monthly Coin Toss: Pokémon Card Magazine|Monthly Coin Toss:<br>Pokémon Card Magazine}}
| {{color2|{{colo color dark}}|Pokémon Play It!|Play It!}}
+
| [[File:Super Nintendo Entertainment System Logo.png|200px|Super Nintendo Entertainment System|link=Super Nintendo Entertainment System]]
| {{color2|{{colo color dark}}|Pokémon Play It! Version 2|Play It! Version 2}}
+
| April 1998<br><small>Japan</small>
|- style="text-align:center; background: #{{colo color}}"
+
| [[File:Pokerom.png|150px]]
+
|- style="text-align:center; background: #fff"
| [[File:Masters Arena EN boxart.jpg|150px]]
+
! style="background: #{{hoenn color dark}}" | {{color2|{{hoenn color light}}|Generation III|III}}
| [[File:PCmaster-logo.png|150px]]
+
| [[File:Pokémate logo.png|200px]]<br>{{color2|000|Pokémate}}
| [[File:Team Turbo EN boxart.png|150px]]
+
| <big>Mobile</big>
|- style="text-align:center; background: #{{colo color light}}"
+
| December 31, 2006<br><small>Japan</small>
| {{color2|{{colo color dark}}|PokéROM}}
+
| {{color2|{{colo color dark}}|Pokémon Masters Arena|Masters Arena}}
+
|- style="text-align:center; background: #fff"
| {{color2|{{colo color dark}}|Pokémon PC Master|PC Master}}
+
! style="background: #{{unova color dark}}" | {{color2|{{unova color light}}|Generation V|V}}
| {{color2|{{colo color dark}}|Pokémon Team Turbo|Team Turbo}}
+
| [[File:B2W2 Official Strategy Guide Book app logo.png|200px]]<br>{{color2|000|Pokémon Black 2 and White 2 Official Strategy Guide Book|Pokémon Black 2 and White 2<br>Official Strategy Guide Book}}
|- style="text-align:center; background: #{{colo color}}"
+
| [[File:iOS Logo.png|200px|iOS|link=wp:iOS]]
! colspan="2" style="background: #{{colo color}}" | {{color2|{{colo color dark}}|wp:Arcade game|Arcade}}
+
| 2012<br><small>Japan</small>
! colspan="2" style="background: #{{colo color}}" | {{color2|{{colo color dark}}|wp:Mobile Phone|Mobile}}
+
|- style="text-align:center; background: #{{colo color}}"
+
|- style="text-align:center; background: #fff"
| [[File:Battrio machine.png|60px]]
+
! style="background: #{{unova color dark}}" | {{color2|{{unova color light}}|Generation V|V}}
| [[File:Medal World machine.jpg|150px]]
+
| [[File:Pokémon TV.png|200px]]<br>{{color2|000|Pokémon TV}}
| [[File:Pokémate logo.png|150px]]
+
| [[File:iOS Logo.png|200px|iOS|link=wp:iOS]]
| [[File:Pokémon Say Tap icon.png|150px]]
+
| February 12, 2013<br><small>United States</small>
|- style="text-align:center; background: #{{colo color light}}"
+
|}
| {{color2|{{colo color dark}}|Pokémon Battrio|Battrio}}
+
| {{color2|{{colo color dark}}|Pokémon Medal World|Medal World}}
+
====Pokédex series====
| {{color2|{{colo color dark}}|Pokémate}}
+
{| style="background: #1d2c5e; {{roundy|10px}}; border: 5px solid #ffcb05"
| {{color2|{{colo color dark}}|Pokémon Say Tap?|Say Tap?}}
 
|- style="text-align:center; background: #{{colo color}}"
 
 
|-
 
|-
|
+
! style="background: #3467af; {{roundytl|5px}}" | {{color2|1d2c5e|Generation|Gen.}}
  +
! style="background: #3467af" | {{color|1d2c5e|Game}}
  +
! style="background: #3467af" | {{color|1d2c5e|System}}<!--Some use "console" to refer to the likes of the Wii and GameCube and use "handheld" to refer to the DS, GBA, etc. To prevent argument, don't change.-->
  +
! style="background: #3467af; {{roundytr|5px}}" | {{color|1d2c5e|First release}}
  +
  +
|- style="text-align:center; background: #fff"
  +
! rowspan=3 style="background: #{{unova color dark}}" | {{color2|{{unova color light}}|Generation V|V}}
  +
| [[File:Pokédex 3D logo.png|200px]]<br>{{color2|000|Pokédex 3D}}
  +
| [[File:Nintendo 3DS Logo.png|200px|Nintendo 3DS|link=Nintendo 3DS]]
  +
| June 6, 2011<br><small>North America</small>
  +
  +
|- style="text-align:center; background: #fff"
  +
| [[File:Pokédex 3D Pro logo.png|200px]]<br>{{color2|000|Pokédex 3D Pro}}
  +
| [[File:Nintendo 3DS Logo.png|200px|Nintendo 3DS|link=Nintendo 3DS]]
  +
| July 14, 2012<br><small>Japan</small>
  +
  +
|- style="text-align:center; background: #fff"
  +
| [[File:Pokédex for iOS.png|200px]]<br>{{color2|000|Pokédex for iOS}}
  +
| [[File:iOS Logo.png|200px|iOS|link=iOS]]
  +
| December 6, 2012<br><small>Japan</small>
 
|}{{-}}
 
|}{{-}}
   
{| style="background: #{{colo color dark}}; {{roundy|10px}}; border: 5px solid #{{colo color}}; margin:auto"
+
===Tech demos===
  +
{| style="background: #1d2c5e; {{roundy|10px}}; border: 5px solid #ffcb05"
 
|-
 
|-
! colspan="3" | {{color|{{colo color light}}|Self-contained games}}
+
! style="background: #3467af; {{roundytl|5px}}" | {{color2|1d2c5e|Generation|Gen.}}
|- style="text-align:center; background: #{{colo color}}"
+
! style="background: #3467af" | {{color|1d2c5e|Game}}
| [[File:Pokémon Pikachu.png|150px]]
+
! style="background: #3467af" | {{color|1d2c5e|System}}<!--Some use "console" to refer to the likes of the Wii and GameCube and use "handheld" to refer to the DS, GBA, etc. To prevent argument, don't change.-->
| [[File:Pp2gsboxart.png|150px]]
+
! style="background: #3467af; {{roundytr|5px}}" | {{color|1d2c5e|First shown}}
| [[File:Pokewalker.png|150px]]
+
|- style="text-align:center; background: #fff"
|- style="text-align:center; background: #{{colo color light}}"
+
! style="background: #{{hoenn color dark}}" | {{color2|{{hoenn color light}}|Generation III|III}}
| {{color2|{{colo color dark}}|Pokémon Pikachu}}
+
| [[File:Pikachu DS Tech Demo DS.png|200px]]<br>{{color2|000|Pikachu: DS Tech Demo}}
| {{color2|{{colo color dark}}|Pokémon Pikachu 2 GS}}
+
| [[File:Nintendo DS Logo.png|200px|Nintendo DS|link=Nintendo DS]]
| {{color2|{{colo color dark}}|Pokéwalker}}
+
| May 12, 2004<br><small>North America</small>
|- style="text-align:center; background: #{{colo color}}"
+
|}
| [[File:Cyber Poké Ball.jpg|150px]]
+
| [[File:Cyber Pokédex.png|150px]]
+
===Other games===
| [[File:Digital Poke Ball DP.png|150px]]
+
These are other games that feature Pokémon franchise elements significantly, and are authorized to do so.
|- style="text-align:center; background: #{{colo color light}}"
+
| {{color2|{{colo color dark}}|Cyber Poké Ball}}
+
{| style="background: #1d2c5e; {{roundy|10px}}; border: 5px solid #ffcb05"
| {{color2|{{colo color dark}}|Cyber Pokédex}}
 
| {{color2|{{colo color dark}}|Digital Poké Ball D & P}}
 
 
|-
 
|-
|
+
! style="background: #3467af; {{roundytl|5px}}" | {{color2|1d2c5e|Generation|Gen.}}
|}{{-}}
+
! style="background: #3467af" | {{color|1d2c5e|Game}}
  +
! style="background: #3467af" | {{color|1d2c5e|System}}<!--Some use "console" to refer to the likes of the Wii and GameCube and use "handheld" to refer to the DS, GBA, etc. To prevent argument, don't change.-->
  +
! style="background: #3467af; {{roundytr|5px}}" | {{color|1d2c5e|First shown}}
  +
|- style="text-align:center; background: #fff"
  +
! style="background: #{{unova color dark}}" | {{color2|{{unova color light}}|Generation V|V}}
  +
| [[File:HarmoKnight.png|200px]]<br>{{color2|000|HarmoKnight}}
  +
| [[File:Nintendo 3DS Logo.png|200px|Nintendo 3DS|link=Nintendo 3DS]]
  +
| March 28, 2013<br><small>North America</small>
  +
|}
  +
  +
====Super Smash Bros. series====
  +
{| style="background: #1d2c5e; {{roundy|10px}}; border: 5px solid #ffcb05"
  +
|-
  +
! style="background: #3467af; {{roundytl|5px}}" | {{color2|1d2c5e|Generation|Gen.}}
  +
! style="background: #3467af" | {{color|1d2c5e|Game}}
  +
! style="background: #3467af" | {{color|1d2c5e|System}}<!--Some use "console" to refer to the likes of the Wii and GameCube and use "handheld" to refer to the DS, GBA, etc. To prevent argument, don't change.-->
  +
! style="background: #3467af; {{roundytr|5px}}" | {{color|1d2c5e|First shown}}
  +
|- style="text-align:center; background: #fff"
  +
! style="background: #{{kanto color dark}}" | {{color2|{{kanto color light}}|Generation I|I}}
  +
| [[File:Super Smash Brothers EN boxart.jpg|200px]]<br>{{color2|000|Super Smash Bros.}}
  +
| [[File:Nintendo 64 Logo.png|200px|Nintendo 64|link=Nintendo 64]]
  +
| January 21, 1999<br><small>Japan</small>
  +
|- style="text-align:center; background: #fff"
  +
! style="background: #{{johto color dark}}" | {{color2|{{johto color light}}|Generation II|II}}
  +
| [[File:Melee EN boxart.jpg|200px]]<br>{{color2|000|Super Smash Bros. Melee}}
  +
| style="text-align:center; background: #000" | [[File:Nintendo GameCube Logo.png|200px|Nintendo GameCube|link=Nintendo GameCube]]
  +
| November 21, 2001<br><small>Japan</small>
  +
|- style="text-align:center; background: #fff"
  +
! style="background: #{{sinnoh color dark}}" | {{color2|{{sinnoh color light}}|Generation IV|IV}}
  +
| [[File:Brawl US boxart.png|200px]]<br>{{color2|000|Super Smash Bros. Brawl}}
  +
| [[File:Wii Logo.png|200px|Wii|link=Wii]]
  +
| January 31, 2008<br><small>Japan</small>
  +
|}
   
 
==External links==
 
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The Pokémon games are all video games in the Pokémon franchise. All games in the standard style are considered the base, definitive canon for the Pokémon series. All other parts of Pokémon canon, including but not limited to the Pokémon anime, Pokémon manga, Pokémon Trading Card Game, and the Pokémon Trading Figure Game, are derived from the Pokémon world and concepts set forth in the games. There are currently 66 games known.

The games are split into generations. The defining point of where new generations begin is when a new standard style Pokémon game with a set of new Pokémon added to the Pokédex is released. Games are also split between main series games and spin-off games. In most main games, the player can choose one out of three Pokémon to start their journey with. Spin-off games give players various options in the way they both obtain and make use of Pokémon.

List of games

Main series

Gen. Game Platform First release
I 200px200px
Pokémon Red and Green (Japanese)
Game Boy February 27, 1996
Japan
200px
Pokémon Blue (Japanese)
Game Boy October 10, 1996
Japan
200px200px
Pokémon Red and Blue
Game Boy September 30, 1998
North America
200px
Pokémon Yellow
Game Boy September 12, 1998
Japan
200px
Pokémon Stadium (Japanese)
Nintendo 64 August 1, 1998
Japan
Stadium EN boxart.jpg
Pokémon Stadium (English)
Nintendo 64 April 30, 1999
Japan
II 200px200px
Pokémon Gold and Silver
Game Boy Color November 21, 1999
Japan
200px
Pokémon Crystal
Game Boy Color December 14, 2000
Japan
Stadium 2 EN boxart.jpg
Pokémon Stadium 2
Nintendo 64 December 14, 2000
Japan
III 200px200px
Pokémon Ruby and Sapphire
Game Boy Advance November 21, 2002
Japan
200px200px
Pokémon FireRed and LeafGreen
Game Boy Advance January 29, 2004
Japan
Emerald EN boxart.jpg
Pokémon Emerald
Game Boy Advance September 16, 2004
Japan
Box RS EN boxart.png
Pokémon Box Ruby & Sapphire
Nintendo GameCube May 30, 2003
Japan
Colosseum EN boxart.png
Pokémon Colosseum
Nintendo GameCube November 21, 2003
Japan
XD EN boxart.jpg
Pokémon XD: Gale of Darkness
Nintendo GameCube August 4, 2005
Japan
IV Diamond EN boxart.jpgPearl EN boxart.jpg
Pokémon Diamond and Pearl
Nintendo DS September 28, 2006
Japan
Platinum EN boxart.png
Pokémon Platinum
Nintendo DS September 13, 2008
Japan
HeartGold EN boxart.jpgSoulSilver EN boxart.jpg
Pokémon HeartGold and SoulSilver
Nintendo DS September 12, 2009
Japan
Battle Revolution EN boxart.jpg
Pokémon Battle Revolution
Wii December 14, 2006
Japan
MPR-EN logo.png
My Pokémon Ranch
Wii March 25, 2008
Japan
V Black EN boxart.pngWhite EN boxart.png
Pokémon Black and White
Nintendo DS September 18, 2010
Japan
Black 2 EN boxart.pngWhite 2 EN boxart.png
Pokémon Black and White 2
Nintendo DS June 23, 2012
Japan
Pokémon Dream World logo.png
Pokémon Dream World
PC September 18, 2010
Japanese
VI X EN boxart.pngY EN boxart.png
Pokémon X and Y
Nintendo 3DS October 2013

Spin-off series

These games do not follow the same style as those games which make up the main series, and are known as spin-offs.

Pikachu series

Gen. Game System First release
I Hey You Pikachu EN boxart.png
Hey You, Pikachu!
Nintendo 64 December 12, 1998
Japan
III Channel EN boxart.png
Pokémon Channel
Nintendo GameCube July 18, 2003
Japan
IV PokePark US boxart.png
PokéPark Wii:
Pikachu's Adventure
Wii December 5, 2009
Japan
V PokePark 2 EN boxart.png
PokéPark 2: Wonders Beyond
Wii November 12, 2011
Japan

TCG video games

Game Boy TCG series
Gen. Game System First release
I 200px
Pokémon Trading Card Game
Game Boy Color December 18, 1998
Japan
II TCG GB2 JP boxart.jpg
Pokémon Card GB2:
Here Comes Team GR!
Game Boy Color March 28, 2001
Japan

Play It! series
Gen. Game System First release
I Play It EN boxart.jpg
Pokémon Play It!
PC 1999
Europe
Play It Version 2 EN boxart.jpg
Pokémon Play It! Version 2
PC 2000
Europe

Other TCG video games
Gen. Game System First release
V TCGOlogo.png
Pokémon Trading Card Game
Online
PC March 24, 2011
Europe
V TCG HTPDS JP boxart.png
Pokémon Card Game:
How to Play DS
Nintendo DS August 5, 2011
United States

Pinball series

Gen. Game System First release
I Pinball EN boxart.png
Pokémon Pinball
Game Boy Color April 14, 1999
Japan
III 200px
Pokémon Pinball:
Ruby and Sapphire
Game Boy Advance August 1, 2003
Japan

Puzzle series

Gen. Game System First release
I Puzzle League US boxart.jpg
Pokémon Puzzle League
Nintendo 64 September 25, 2000
North America
II Puzzle Challenge EN boxart.png
Pokémon Puzzle Challenge
Game Boy Color September 21, 2000
Japan

Mystery Dungeon series

Gen. Game System First release
III MD Red EN boxart.jpgMD Blue EN boxart.jpg
Pokémon Mystery Dungeon:
Red Rescue Team and Blue Rescue Team
Game Boy Advance

Nintendo DS
November 17, 2005
Japan
IV MD Time EN boxart.jpgMD Darkness EN boxart.jpg
Pokémon Mystery Dungeon:
Explorers of Time and Explorers of Darkness
Nintendo DS September 13, 2007
Japan
MD Sky EN boxart.jpg
Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Explorers of Sky
Nintendo DS April 18, 2009
Japan
PMD Blazing Stormy Light Pokémon.png
Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Keep Going! Blazing Adventure Squad!
Let's Go! Stormy Adventure Squad!
and Go For It! Light Adventure Squad!
Wii August 4, 2009
Japan
V MD GTI EN boxart.png
Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Gates to Infinity
3DS November 23, 2012
Japan

Ranger series

Gen. Game System First release
III Ranger EN boxart.jpg
Pokémon Ranger
Nintendo DS March 23, 2006
Japan
IV 200px
Pokémon Ranger:
Shadows of Almia
Nintendo DS March 20, 2008
Japan
Ranger GS EN boxart.png
Pokémon Ranger: Guardian Signs
Nintendo DS March 6, 2010
Japan

Rumble series

Gen. Game System First release
IV Pokémon Rumble logo.png
Pokémon Rumble
Wii June 16, 2009
Japan
V Rumble Blast US boxart.png
Pokémon Rumble Blast
Nintendo 3DS August 11, 2011
Japan
200px
Pokémon Scramble U
Wii U April 24, 2013
Japan

Individual spin-off games

Gen. Game System First release
I Picross NP Vol 1.png
Picross NP Vol. 1
Super Nintendo Entertainment System April 1, 1999
Japan
I Snap EN boxart.jpg
Pokémon Snap
Nintendo 64 March 21, 1999
Japan
I Project Studio Red Blue EN boxart.jpg
Pokémon Project Studio
Red and Blue
PC November 9, 1999
United States
I 200px
PokéROM
PC 2000
United States
III Masters Arena EN boxart.jpg
Pokémon Masters Arena
PC January 1, 2004
United States
III Dash EN boxart.jpg
Pokémon Dash
Nintendo DS December 2, 2004
Japan
III PokéPark Fishing Rally.png
PokéPark: Fishing Rally DS
Nintendo DS May 10, 2005
Japan
III Trozei US boxart.jpg
Pokémon Trozei!
Nintendo DS October 20, 2005
Japan
III Team Turbo EN boxart.png
Pokémon Team Turbo
PC October 28, 2005
United States
III PCmaster-logo.png
Pokémon PC Master
PC June 20, 2006
Japan
V Typing EN boxart.png
Learn with Pokémon:
Typing Adventure
Nintendo DS April 21, 2011
Japan
V Pokémon Say Tap icon.png
Pokémon Say Tap?
iOS July 15, 2011
Japan
V Conquest EN boxart.jpg
Pokémon Conquest
Nintendo DS March 17, 2012
Japan
V Pokémon Dream Radar logo EN.png
Pokémon Dream Radar
Nintendo 3DS June 23, 2012
Japan

Pokémon mini

Gen. Game System First release
II 200px
Pokémon Party mini
Pokémon mini December 14, 2001
Japan
200px
Pokémon Zany Cards
Pokémon mini December 14, 2001
Japan
Pinball mini EN boxart.png
Pokémon Pinball mini
Pokémon mini December 14, 2001
Japan
200px
Pokémon Puzzle Collection
Pokémon mini December 14, 2001
Japan
200px
Pokémon Tetris
Pokémon mini March 21, 2002
Japan
200px
Pokémon Breeder mini
Pokémon mini March 21, 2002
Japan
200px
Pokémon Puzzle Collection Vol. 2
Pokémon mini April 26, 2002
Japan
200px
Pokémon Race mini
Pokémon mini July 19, 2002
Japan
200px
Pokémon Race mini
Pokémon mini August 9, 2002
Japan
200px
Togepi's Great Adventure
Pokémon mini October 18, 2002
Japan

Puck-based games

Gen. Game System First release
IV Battrio machine.png
Pokémon Battrio
Arcade September 14, 2007
Japan
V TrettaMachine.jpg
Pokémon Tretta
Arcade July 14, 2012
Japan
Pokémon Tretta Lab hardware.png
Pokémon Tretta Lab
Nintendo 3DS August 10, 2013
Japan

Sega systems

Gen. Game System First release
II Catch the Numbers JP boxart.jpg
Pokémon: Catch the Numbers!
Sega Pico  ?
Japan
III AG Ive Begun Hiragana and Katakana JP boxart.jpg
Pokémon Advanced Generation:
I've Begun Hiragana and Katakana!
Sega Pico September 24, 2003
Japan
AG Pico for Everyone Pokemon Loud Battle JP boxart.jpg
Pokémon Advanced Generation:
Pico for Everyone
Pokémon Loud Battle!
Sega Pico  ?
Japan
AG Pokemon Number Battle JP boxart.png
Pokémon Advanced Generation:
Pokémon Number Battle!
Advanced Pico Beena  ?
Japan
IV Intellectual Training Drill Pokemon DP Letter and Number Intelligence Game JP boxart.png
Intellectual Training Drill
Pokémon Diamond & Pearl:
Letter and Number
Intelligence Game
Advanced Pico Beena  ?
Japan
DP Search for Pokemon Adventure in the Maze JP boxart.png
Pokémon Diamond & Pearl:
Search for Pokémon!
Adventure in the Maze!
Advanced Pico Beena  ?
Japan
V BW Intelligence Training Pokemon Big Sports Meet JP boxart.png
Pokémon Best Wishes:
Intelligence Training
Pokémon Big Sports Meet!
Advanced Pico Beena December 4, 2010
Japan

Perdue Farms

Gen. Game System First release
III Pokémon Team Rocket Blast Off.png
Pokémon Team Rocket Blast Off
PC 2006
United States
Pokémon Poké Ball Launcher.png
Pokémon Poké Ball Launcher
PC 2006
United States
Pokémon Seek and Find.png
Pokémon Seek & Find
PC 2006
United States

Self-contained games

Pedometers
Gen. Game First release
I Pokémon Pikachu.png
Pokémon Pikachu
March 27, 1998
Japan
II Pp2gsboxart.png
Pokémon Pikachu 2 GS
November 21, 1999
Japan
IV Pokewalker.png
Pokéwalker
September 12, 2009
Japan

Toy games
Gen. Game First release
III Cyber Poké Ball.jpg
Cyber Poké Ball
 ?
United States
Cyber Pokédex.png
Cyber Pokédex
 ?
United States
IV Digital Poke Ball DP.png
Digital Poké Ball D & P
 ?
United States

Miscellaneous arcade games

Gen. Game First release
V 200px
Pokémon Medal World
January 17, 2012
Japan

Applications

Gen. Game System First shown
I Monthly Coin Toss 1.png
Monthly Coin Toss:
Pokémon Card Magazine
Super Nintendo Entertainment System April 1998
Japan
III Pokémate logo.png
Pokémate
Mobile December 31, 2006
Japan
V B2W2 Official Strategy Guide Book app logo.png
Pokémon Black 2 and White 2
Official Strategy Guide Book
iOS 2012
Japan
V Pokémon TV.png
Pokémon TV
iOS February 12, 2013
United States

Pokédex series

Gen. Game System First release
V Pokédex 3D logo.png
Pokédex 3D
Nintendo 3DS June 6, 2011
North America
Pokédex 3D Pro logo.png
Pokédex 3D Pro
Nintendo 3DS July 14, 2012
Japan
Pokédex for iOS.png
Pokédex for iOS
iOS December 6, 2012
Japan

Tech demos

Gen. Game System First shown
III Pikachu DS Tech Demo DS.png
Pikachu: DS Tech Demo
Nintendo DS May 12, 2004
North America

Other games

These are other games that feature Pokémon franchise elements significantly, and are authorized to do so.

Gen. Game System First shown
V HarmoKnight.png
HarmoKnight
Nintendo 3DS March 28, 2013
North America

Super Smash Bros. series

Gen. Game System First shown
I Super Smash Brothers EN boxart.jpg
Super Smash Bros.
Nintendo 64 January 21, 1999
Japan
II Melee EN boxart.jpg
Super Smash Bros. Melee
Nintendo GameCube November 21, 2001
Japan
IV Brawl US boxart.png
Super Smash Bros. Brawl
Wii January 31, 2008
Japan

External links

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