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[[File:Pmini.jpg|thumb|A Wooper Blue Pokémon Mini]]
 
[[File:Pmini.jpg|thumb|A Wooper Blue Pokémon Mini]]
The '''Pokémon Mini''' is a piece of hardware that featured only 10 games. The hardware looked much like a Tamagotchi and had simple button controls, a built-in Tilt Sensor, Shock Feedback, and more. The little gadget sold more than expected. [[Pokémon Channel]] includes an in-game [[Pokémon Mini]]. Most of the games are from its existing library, though there is one new game, entitled ''[[Snorlax's Lunchtime]]''.
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The '''Pokémon Mini''' is a piece of hardware that featured only 10 games. The hardware looked much like a Tamagotchi and had simple button controls, a built-in Tilt Sensor, Shock Feedback, and more. The little gadget sold more than expected. [[Pokémon Channel]] for the Nintendo Gamecube includes an in-game [[Pokémon Mini]]. Most of the games are from its existing library, though there is one new game, entitled ''[[Snorlax's Lunchtime]]''.
   
 
==Games==
 
==Games==

Revision as of 22:20, January 13, 2013

Pmini

A Wooper Blue Pokémon Mini

The Pokémon Mini is a piece of hardware that featured only 10 games. The hardware looked much like a Tamagotchi and had simple button controls, a built-in Tilt Sensor, Shock Feedback, and more. The little gadget sold more than expected. Pokémon Channel for the Nintendo Gamecube includes an in-game Pokémon Mini. Most of the games are from its existing library, though there is one new game, entitled Snorlax's Lunchtime.

Games

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