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Pokémon Sodateyasan mini

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Pokémon Sodateyasan mini
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Publisher(s): Nintendo
Platform: Pokémon mini
Category: Pet-raising, simulation
Release dates
Japan: December 14, 2002
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Pokémon Sodateyasan mini is a Pokémon mini game. It was only released in Japan.


The player assumes the role of a Pokémon Day Care worker, and must care for the Generation III starter Pokémon (Torchic, Treecko or Mudkip). The player receives an Egg from Professor Birch and must hatch it into one of the Pokémon to then pet, play with and feed it Pokéblocks.

The Pokémon has an energy stat, which when low causes the Pokémon to become tired. The Pokémon has four Skills as well; love, strength, intellect, and beauty. Occasionally Pokémon will visit the Pokémon the player is raising, which is then added to a photo gallery.

The game is ended after the player completes three out of four skill categories, after which the player must send the Pokémon away to another owner. The player will then receive a picture of the Pokémon with its new owner.

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