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Over the course of their license with Nintendo, Hasbro released a number of plush Pokémon figures.
Bean-filled plush figures
- Main article: Bean-filled plush figures
Pokémon plush clip-on
- Main article: Pokémon plush clip-on
Quick-Change Poké Ball
- Main article: Quick-Change Poké Ball
Jumbo plush figures
These plush figures are between 5 and 7 inches. They were released incrementally.
Pikachu plush, released on June 16, 1999
Meowth plush, released on February 16, 2000
Psyduck plush, released on February 16, 2000
Gengar plush, released on February 16, 2000
Electronic plush figures
These toys were around 10 inches in height. They spoke their names and moved various body parts (ears, arms, tails) when their palms were squeezed. (They are also able to respond when patting their heads, but due to their age, the light sensor used no longer works as effectively unless it is under a bright light.)
Electronic I choose you Pikachu plush, released in November 1999
Electronic Pichu plush, released in April 2001
Advanced generation release
Electronic I Choose you Pikachu re-release