The Pokémon Mini has many interesting functions including an internal clock, infrared multi-player gaming, an accellerometer, and a vibrating function. The system itself has six buttons, an A, B, and C (located on the top right side), a power button, a D-Pad for navigation, and a Lock Switch on the back to keep cartridges in place.The Pokémon Mini came with a special carrying case and Pokémon charm of the system color's namesakeIncluded in the Gamecube game Pokémon Channel is an in-game Pokémon Mini found under Pikachu's bed. Most of the games found therein are from the systems existing library, though there is one new game named Snorlax's Lunchtime.
Pokémon Mini Cartridges and Original Release Dates
- Pokémon Party Mini - Nov 16, 2001 (U.S.A, Japan, U.K.)
- Pokémon Zany Cards - Nov 16, 2001 (U.S.A, Japan, U.K.)
- Pokémon Pinball Mini - Nov 16, 2001 (U.S.A, Japan, U.K.)
- Pokémon Puzzle Collection - Nov 16, 2001 (U.S.A, Japan, U.K.)
- Pokémon Tetris Mini - Mar 14, 2002 (U.K., Japan)
- Pokémon Breeder - Mar 21, 2002 (Japan)
- Pokémon Puzzle Collection Vol. 2 - Apr 26, 2002 (Japan)
- Pokémon Race Mini - July 19, 2002 (Japan)
- Pichu Bros. Mini - Aug 9, 2002 (Japan)
- Togepi's Adventure - Oct 18, 2002 (Japan)
Sub Games Within Cartridges
- Pokémon Party Mini - Pikachu's Rocket Start, Slowkings Judge, Chansey's Dribble, Bellossom's Dance, Hitmonschan's Boxing, Sneasle's Fake-Out, Battlefield (Multiplayer Option), Celebi's Clock.
- Pokémon Pinball Mini - Time Attack, Score Attack.
- Pokémon Puzzle Collection - Shadow Puzzle, Motion Puzzle, Rescue Puzzle, Power On.
- Pokémon Breeder Mini - Treecko, Torchic, Mudkip.
- Pokémon Puzzle Collection Vol. 2 - more than 80 Pokémon themed puzzles.
- Pichu Bros. Mini - Cubone Catch, Pichu Bros. Skateboard, Fruit to Fall, Hoppips Jump Match, Smoochums Kiss, and an untranslated multiplayer game.
Pokémon Channel (Gamecube) - Lunchtime (Snorlax's Lunchtime in Japan)