Pokémon Pinball (ポケモンピンボール)
Developer: Publisher: Platform: Release Date(s): Mode(s): Rating(s): Controller(s):
Jupiter Nintendo Nintendo 64 August 1, 2003 (JPN)
August 25, 2003 (USA)
November 14, 2003 (EUR)
September, 2003 (AUS)
Single player CERO: A (JPN)
ESRB: Everyone (USA)
Game Boy Advanced
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Pokémon Pinball (ポケモンピンボール) is an arcade game for the Game Boy Advanced that allows players to score points and collect Pokémon to fill the Pokédex. The game was first released in Japan on August 1st, 2003 for 3800yen.


Pokémon Pinball Ruby and Sapphire (ポケモンピンボール ルビー&サファイア) is the follow-up game to the popular Game Boy Color game, Pokémon Pinball. Pokémon Pinball Ruby and Sapphire adds even more fun to the exciting formula including more Pokémon and new pinball tables to play on.

Like the previous Pokémon Pinball game, the players goal is to rack up as many points as possible. The Poké ball once again acts as the pinball as it bounces into objects around the board unlocking minigames and catching Pokémon. Players are also trying to fill the Pokédex like the regular Pokémon RPG game!


  • Add up to 205 Pokémon into your Pokédex as you play through the various modes.
  • Three different modes including: Catch 'Em Mode, Egg Mode and EVO Mode allow players to vary the gameplay.
  • A new shop mode allows players to spend coins they have earned to purchase items.


Tag List: Game Boy Advance, Games


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