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|narelease=November 16, 2001
|narelease=November 16, 2001
|eurelease=March 15, 2002<ref>[http://www.nintendo.co.uk/NOE/en_GB/service/nintendo_history_9911.html Nintendo of Europe]</ref>
|eurelease=March 15, 2002<ref>[http://www.nintendo.co.uk/NOE/en_GB/service/nintendo_history_9911.html Nintendo of Europe]</ref>
|aurelease=Prior to October 11, 2002<ref>[http://web.archive.org/web/20021011112015/http://www.nintendo.com.au/pokemon/system/index.php Nintendo of Australia (archive)]</ref>
|aurelease=October 3, 2001 - October 11, 2002<ref>[http://www.classification.gov.au/Pages/View.aspx?sid=S%2b6%252f1CA0NIqEem%2bl50PCfg%253d%253d&ncdctx=O4YAQIsKQmFsH6nJ9REjcptQK23KcxEdPHYv%252ffFpEoSpDdw67JKSm5QGNDlwBvlvP3SIOKW%252fsIUOTrnMhKoJwZlUPd52UULLMPQgLZfFJAE%253d Australian Classification Board]</ref><ref>[http://web.archive.org/web/20021011112015/http://www.nintendo.com.au/pokemon/system/index.php Nintendo of Australia (archive)]</ref>
*Dimensions: 74mm×58mm×23mm
*Dimensions: 74mm×58mm×23mm

Revision as of 10:11, 8 December 2012

Pokémon mini
ポケモンミニ Pokémon Mini
A Chikorita Green Pokémon mini
Release dates
Japan: December 14, 2001[1]
North America: November 16, 2001
Europe: March 15, 2002[2]
Australia: October 3, 2001 - October 11, 2002[3][4]
South Korea: N/A
China: N/A
Hong Kong: N/A
Taiwan: N/A
Technical specs
  • Dimensions: 74mm×58mm×23mm
  • Display: 96×64 pixel monochrome LCD
  • Weight: 70g (with Game and battery inserted)
  • 8-bit custom Nintendo 4MHz processor
  • 4 KB RAM shared with video memory
  • Uses 1 AAA battery
Related information
Console generation: Sixth generation
Pokémon generations: II
Console type: Handheld
Wooper Blue
Chikorita Green
Smoochum Purple
External links

The Pokémon mini (Japanese: ポケモンミニ Pokémon Mini) is a handheld game console designed and manufactured by Nintendo only for specifically tailored Pokémon mini-games. It is the smallest cartridge-based system that Nintendo has ever produced. It includes an LCD screen and a directional control pad. Features also include an infrared port, a timer, a shock detector, and a vibrator for force feedback. Some of the Pokémon mini games were included in the Nintendo GameCube game Pokémon Channel, which contains an emulator of the Pokémon mini itself.


Title Genre Release
Pokémon Party mini Mini games December 4, 2001
Pokémon Zany Cards Strategy December 4, 2001
Pokémon Pinball mini Pinball December 4, 2001
Pokémon Puzzle Collection Puzzle December 4, 2001
Pokémon Tetris Puzzle March 21, 2002
Pokémon Breeder mini Simulation March 21, 2002
Pokémon Puzzle Collection Vol.2 Puzzle April 26, 2002
Pokémon Race mini Racing July 19, 2002
Pichu Bros. mini Mini games August 9, 2002
Togepi's Great Adventure Adventure October 18, 2002

Pokémon Channel

In Pokémon Channel, there is a virtual Pokémon mini. It allows certain Pokémon mini games to be played, albeit stripped down and renamed, or broken up into multiple games.

Pokémon Channel Pokémon mini
Snorlax's Lunch Time Pokémon Channel-exclusive
Slowking's Judge Pokémon Party mini
Chansey's Dribble Pokémon Party mini
Pokémon Pinball Petit Pokémon Pinball mini
Puzzle Collection Petit Pokémon Puzzle Collection
Pikachu's Rocket Start Pokémon Party mini


External links


  1. Nintendo.co.jp
  2. Nintendo of Europe
  3. Australian Classification Board
  4. Nintendo of Australia (archive)

Game systems with Pokémon games
Nintendo handheld consoles
DS (LiteDSiDSi XL) • 3DS (XL2DSNew 3DSNew 3DS XL)
Nintendo home consoles
SNES (BS-XSGBNPSGB2) • N64 (DD) • GCN (GBP) • WiiWii U
Sega consoles

Pokémon mini spin-off games
Pokémon game templates