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Revision as of 14:23, 9 September 2010

Mr. Game
HGSS Goldenrod Game Corner.png
Mr. Game in Goldenrod Game Corner
Gender Male
Hometown Unknown, possibly Goldenrod City
Region Kanto, Johto
Generation IV
Games HeartGold and SoulSilver

Mr. Game is a non-player character in Pokémon HeartGold and SoulSilver. He is first seen in Goldenrod Game Corner and will give the player their Coin Case. Because of a difference between language releases in Generation IV, he appears only in non-Japanese games.

He owns the two game corners in the Kanto and Johto regions, having taken over the Celadon Game Corner at some point after Team Rocket's defeat in Pokémon FireRed and LeafGreen. The games played in this renovated Game Corner (and its counterpart in Goldenrod) are unique to HeartGold and SoulSilver. Voltorb Flip, which was invented by Mr. Game, replaces the slot machines from previous games.

Mr. Game loves watching people play his Coin game, and comments that it is what he lives for. He challenges the player to participate, saying "Make my heart pound with excitement!".


  • My name is Mr. Game! My heart pounds with excitement when people enjoy my Coin game! In fact, that’s what I live for! Go ahead and play it! Make my heart pound with excitement!
  • What a feeling! Nothing beats Coin-game spectatorship! Oh! I almost forgot!
    If in Johto: You can exchange your Coins for prizes with the two gentlemen at the table over there.
    If in Kanto: You can go to the building next door and exchange your Coins for prizes.


In other languages

Language Name Reference to
English Mr. Game
French M. Jeu Same as in English.
German Herr von Zock
Italian G. Oco From gioco, game.
Spanish Sr. Juego Same as in English.
Korean 미스터 게임 Mister Game Same as in English.

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