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* [[Learn with Pokémon: Typing Adventure]] (DS educational game that is played with an attaching keyboard)
 
* [[Learn with Pokémon: Typing Adventure]] (DS educational game that is played with an attaching keyboard)
 
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* [[Pokémon Conquest]] (DS tactical RPG {{wp|Fictional crossovers in video games|crossover}} between the [[Pokémon]] and {{wp|Nobunaga's Ambition}} series of games)
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* Generation IV is so far the generation which has the largest number of spin-offs, with 10.
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* Generation II is the generation which has the least spin-offs, with only 3 games released.
   
 
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Revision as of 18:10, 26 February 2013

Spin-off Pokémon games are games that do not fit the model used by the main series and are not developed by Game Freak. These games vary widely in genre, and cover many different consoles and handheld game systems. Sometimes, it is possible to connect the main series games to certain spin-off games in order to get a reward, normally a special Pokémon.

Pokémon Card GB series

Pokémon Pinball series

Pokémon Puzzle series

Hey You, Pikachu! series

  • Hey You, Pikachu! (N64 virtual pet; player owns and explores various locations with a Pikachu, talking to it with a microphone)
  • Pokémon Channel (GameCube virtual pet; player watch TV with their Pikachu, and uses the GameCube's clock to unlock new programs)
  • PokéPark Wii: Pikachu's Adventure (A Wii game; player takes the form of a Pikachu and competes in many minigames while befriending a variety of Pokémon)
  • PokéPark 2: Wonders Beyond (A Wii game; player takes the form of a Pikachu and helps to restore peace to a land with the help of friends. A sequel to the aforementioned title.)

Pokémon Mystery Dungeon series

Pokémon Ranger series

Pokémon Rumble series

Super Smash Bros. series

  • Super Smash Bros. (N64 fighting game that pits various Nintendo characters against each other. Pikachu and Jigglypuff are playable, while various Pokémon appear out of Poké Balls to aid in combat)
  • Super Smash Bros. Melee (GameCube sequel to Super Smash Bros., where Pichu and Mewtwo are added as playable characters. As with the previous game, a variety of Pokémon appear as helpers to the fighters, as well as Trophies)
  • Super Smash Bros. Brawl (Wii sequel that sees the addition of Lucario and a Pokémon Trainer as added characters while Pichu and Mewtwo do not return. As in the previous two games, a variety of Pokémon appear as extra help and trophies)

Other Pokémon games

Trivia

  • Generation IV is so far the generation which has the largest number of spin-offs, with 10.
  • Generation II is the generation which has the least spin-offs, with only 3 games released.
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