System Size

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So you thought Game Boy Advance was small? Nintendo's petite Pokémon system measures just 74mm x 58mm x 23mm - well under half the size of Game Boy Advance. Weighing 70g when the battery and cartridge are plugged in, Pokémon mini is the pint-sized pal you can fit into just about any pocket.

Colours

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Three Pokémon mini colours - green, purple and blue - might put you in mind of three of the most popular Pokémon: Chikorita, Smoochum and Wooper. Choose your favourite!

It Moves!

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Hands-trembling fun is guaranteed with Pokémon mini's powerful built-in rumble feature. But Pokémon mini doesn't just create movement - it detects it, too. A shock sensor inside this minuscule machine allows you to control Pokémon on-screen by rattling your hand like a Pokéfan possessed.

Look for the Rumble Feature icon or the Shock Sensor icon on Game Paks that include these features.

Software Library

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Stored on wafer-thin, postage stamp-sized Game Paks, Pokémon mini's range of games offer an astonishing amount of satisfaction-per-centimetre. Dribble basketballs, play pinball or tackle brain-tickling teasers - all along with Pikachu, Chansey, Wooper, Celebi and more of your favourite Pokémon.

Clock Function

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Set the time once when you first turn on, and Pokémon mini's battery-backed clock will keep track of the seconds, minutes, hours and days as they pass by - even when the system is switched off!

Infrared Feature

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If there's another Pokémon mini up to one metre away from yours, the two systems can chat with each other courtesy of their built-in infrared ports. That means multiplayer Pokémon card games, sports events and battles for up to a staggering six players!

Look for the multiplayer icon on Game Paks that include this feature.