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Pokemon PiNBAll - Game Boy Color

Platform : Game Boy Color
Rated: Everyone

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  • Whack a Pokeball around a pinball machine that helps you catch Pokémon
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Game Information

  • Platform: Game Boy Color
  • ESRB Rating: Everyone Everyone
  • Media: Video Game
  • Item Quantity: 1

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  • ASIN: B000031KJL
  • Product Dimensions: 20.3 x 10.2 x 25.4 cm
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This is the game Pokemon Pinball for the Original Game Boy Color. This game is used comma and comes as the cartridge only. All of our Game Boy Color games are cleaned tested and guaranteed to work. Here at NintendosForSale.com we stand by our products and offer a 60 days guarantee. If a game does not work within 60 days from the time you receive it we will gladly exchange it for you

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Amazon.com: HASH(0xa208d168) out of 5 stars 88 reviews
42 of 43 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa19e4858) out of 5 stars I'm addicted...the kids want their GameBoy Back! Nov. 30 1999
By A Customer - Published on Amazon.com
OK, I am of a generation that didn't have video games. Remember foos ball and air hockey? They went right along with the good old pinball machines at your local eat and meet places. My kids tried to get me interested in the video games, but I just didn't see the attraction until now. In June, 1999, Pokeman pinball entered our home and the kids haven't seen the GameBoy since!
This pinball game has two different tables, blue and red. The red is a bit more difficult that the blue one. At first, it was a trifle annoying having the table split in two vertically when playing on that small GameBoy screen, but you quickly adjust. While waiting, waiting, waiting ... at Dr.s offices etc., this has been a great distraction and inevitably, everyone (read adults) wants a turn.
Once you have mastered the controls and have the feel for the pinball table you can now start your hunt for those elusive Pokeman. I finally learned about all of the different ones.
There are different levels or worlds and you get different pokeman in different places.
Definitely a worthwhile buy...you get an awesome pinball game for a gameboy with Pokeman thrown into the mix. This is MUCH BETTER than the Pokeman Snap for Nintendo64. Invest in rechargable batteries!
(PS-Guess what family is getting another color gameboy for Xmas!)
22 of 22 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa19e4ccc) out of 5 stars Great fun, even if you don't like Pokemon July 20 2000
By Jeremy York - Published on Amazon.com
This is an excellent pinball game. You get two different tables (red and blue) and a nice variety of targets, lanes, and other special shots.
The small size of the Gameboy screen is compensated for by having the pinball table be twice as high as the screen. The screen automatically moves from one half to the other of the table in order to follow the ball. I found this a little bit confusing at first, but very quickly adapted to it. The tables are designed so that this doesn't really get in the way of gameplay. The ability to "nudge" or shake the table to change where the ball is going is well done; you'll need to build up skill in when and how much to nudge if you want to get good at the game.
I was dubious about the rumble feature, but I found it to be kind of fun - you feel many of the bounces that the ball makes with your gameboy buzzing and vibrating in your hand. I didn't find that it distracted me from the game; if you don't like it or aren't in the mood, just remove the battery from the game cartridge.
And, oh, yeah, there's Pokemon in the game! If you don't know anything about Pokemon, don't worry, knowledge of pokemon is not important for playing the game. If you are into Pokemon, during the game you get chances to capture various different ones; over time, you build up a collection of them. You don't really use the collection for anything, but it is fun to keep track of which you do and don't have, and it's exciting when you manage to capture a rare one.
9 of 9 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa19e4960) out of 5 stars Highly addictive, and well done. May 31 2000
By A Customer - Published on Amazon.com
Ahh....the glory of finally evolving your favorite Pokemon...the agony of dropping the ball when you're one shot away from catching Mewtwo. I bought Pokemon Pinball not knowing what to expect. I wasn't sure if it would be just a cheap game put out there to make some more money, or if it would be well done. The answer-it's *extremely* well done. Don't dismiss it because of the Pokemon name-it's a very well done pinball game, and can be enjoyed even if you can't tell an Arcanine from an Eevee. It's the perfect game for taking along on a long trip. I'd recommend getting a Worm Light or some other light source if you're going to be traveling with it-nothing's more irritating than missing out on beating your high score because you can't see *lol*. Of course, I wouldn't be me if I didn't nitpick a bit :-). The only flaws I could find were that you can't trade Pokemon from other cartridges (red, blue, etc.) to Pinball or vise-versa, and the fact that the rumble feature is annoying when you're really trying to concentrate. I recommend taking the battery out-the rumble pack made me drop many a Pokeball until I turned it off. All in all, the great features far outweigh the few annoying points. Get it, or at least rent it for a while and try it.
7 of 7 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa19e47ec) out of 5 stars "An exiting pinball with a big pokemon twist to it!" July 4 2000
By A Customer - Published on Amazon.com
I love this game! A 7 year old that was very good at the game explained how to play, and I understood it. I fell in love with the game after only a couple of minutes of playing it, and played it the whole 4 days of his visit! It is a pinball. There are targets, and if you throw your ball at them, you can catch,train,evolve, and many more. There is a red and blue field, and you pick wichever one you desire best. There are different stages, and you get on each one by catching a certain amount of pokemon. They also get harder as you get on more and more different stages, and return to your field. My age range for this game is 7-adult. A must-have for pokemon or pinball fans!
7 of 7 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa19e4bb8) out of 5 stars Great game, but even better if you read the directions. Nov. 29 1999
By A Customer - Published on Amazon.com
This is a great game - especially for pinball fans, even has tilt features. It becomes more challenging once you try to evolve the Pokemon. It is also nice that it has 2 playing fields and you have to play both to get all of the Pokemon.