Talk:Pokémon Pinball

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Meowth mode? No, try bonus mode

Meowth was in one of the several bonus stages, it wasn't the only one. I remember one that had diglett and dugtrio. there were 4 others that I never got to. Anyone able to fix this?ShoutingRyan 00:37, 10 March 2010 (UTC)

I've expanded the bonus stages section of the article (along with the rest of the article). The information should be a bit more accurate now. HerbieHero 03:26, 6 April 2010 (UTC)HerbieHero

Stub Status

I've taken the liberty of expanding the stage, and based on the description of a "stub" that I read by following the link in the stub template, I feel the page no longer qualifies as a stub. As such, I've removed the stub template from the page. Is this sufficient, or should the page be expanded further? HerbieHero 03:26, 6 April 2010 (UTC)HerbieHero

Green Field?

I was just wondering... Isn't there a Green Field instead of the Blue one in the Japanese version? Krisi 22:32, 13 November 2010 (UTC)

More Musical References

I've added to the trivia that Sootopolis City's theme is a mix of the "Name Entry" screen. If someone who's played Pokemon Pinball or has enough experience with it can correct my terminology, that would be great! Conductor Alix 11:07, 23 September 2011 (UTC)

Full Table Of Pokemon

My sister was telling me how bothered she was that she could not anywhere find an actual full list of what Pokemon you can find in what areas in this game. There is another website where she DID find a full list, and I was wondering if we could add in the information somewhere on here. Your thoughts? Koi 02:45, 28 November 2011 (UTC)

No, we don't list this anywhere else on the main series game, if you go to the areas location article for each area you can get in the game they are (were if not) there. I put them in myself, otherwise on each Pokémon's page they should be listed under side game locations. Hope this helps. --Spriteit 05:59, 28 November 2011 (UTC)


Does this game even have end credits? Soundtracks of the game have a track labeled as "End Credits" but I've found no other evidence of any existing. TeridaxXD001 (talk) 19:49, 7 June 2015 (UTC)

Differences in european version

recently purchased a european version of this game. its basically the same. Even managed to transfer my american save onto the euro cart, I was concerned because the game saves a few more things than the american version. 2 things are different. the big one is the language select. the next is that the european version had 2 rumble settings. weak and strong, instead of just on/off.

I'm having a hard time with something though. playing the game, it just feels... different. like the ball moves differently when it rolls, makes it look like it has more weight or momentum almost. It makes me wonder if they didn't slightly change the ball mechanics for the later release?

European release dates

It was released in Sweden on October 5, 2000. --SnorlaxMonster 16:55, 20 September 2017 (UTC)