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Pokémon Party mini

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Pokémon Party mini
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Developer(s): Denyusha
Publisher(s): Nintendo
Platform: Pokémon mini
Category: Minigames
Players: 1-2
Successor: Pokémon Pinball mini
Release dates
N. America: November 16, 2001
Japan: December 14, 2001
Europe: March 15, 2002
Australia: October 3, 2001-October 11, 2002
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Pokémon Party mini is a set of Pokémon mini minigames. The minigames are included with the console.


The minigames include Pikachu's Rocket Start, Slowking's Judge, Chansey's Dribble, Bellossom's Dance, Hitmonchan's Boxing and Sneasel's Fake Out.

The first three of these games (Pikachu's Rocket Start, Slowking's Judge, Chansey's Dribble) were included as minigames on Pokémon Channel, but not the rest.

  • Pikachu's Rocket Start is a game in which Elekid gives a signal to run, and other Pokémon compete to run first. The player is a Pikachu, and the opponents include Rattata, Eevee, and another Pikachu.
  • Slowking's Judge involves Slowking as the judge of a tennis court and the player making a correct call when balls land.
  • Chansey's Dribble involves the player as Chansey dribbling a ball to the finish.
  • Bellossom's Dance involves the player as Bellossom dancing with other Bellossom and synchronising dance moves with them.
  • Hitmonchan's Boxing involves the player as Hitmonchan in a boxing match against Machop, and involves shaking the game.
  • Sneasel's Fake Out involves the player as Sneasel in a basketball match against another Sneasel. It is a two player game where one player plays as the offending Sneasel and the other as the defending Sneasel, however, it is luck based.
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