Pokémon was first released in 1995, it has branched into a lot of games. Here they are Starting with Gameboy and going through. Each Bit leads to it's section:

Gameboy Games

Game Screenshot Game Name/Description
Pokémon Red & Blue:

These games that made Pokémon What it is today. It featured 151 Pokémon Overall.

Pokémon Yellow:

A Game Practically Identical to Red & Blue except you had to start with Pikachu which follows you outside of the ball. It had improved graphics and featured 151 pokémon

Pokémon Gold & Silver:

3 Years after the happenings of Red, Blue and Yellow, you take control of another new trainer traveling across new lands. With Improved Graphics and full Color on the Gameboy Color, travel Johto and Kanto to capture all 251 Pokémon

Pokémon Crystal:

An Alternate version of GS. This version has added extra challenges, is Gameboy Color only and has for the first time, the Pokémon moving at the start of battle. You can also play as a Girl In This Game to capture all 251 Pokémon

Pokémon Ruby & Sapphire:

After just moving into Hoenn from Johto, you end up saving a Professor from a Wild Poochyena. From here you begin your Pokémon journey. With over 200 Pokémon to capture and many extras and brilliant bits to come, these games have proved that they are the best Pokémon Adventures of all time!

Pokémon Pinball:

Go around the Red/Blue tables trying to catch all 151 pokémon. All necessary strategies are inside

Pokémon Pinball: Ruby & Sapphire:

The sequel to the successful Pinball. This game is set in the lands of Ruby & Sapphire. Here you have to capture and evolve the 201 Pokémon from Pokémon R/S. Using established gameplay from the last game it is sure to be a hit with it's updated graphics and usage of all 386 Pokémon

Pokémon Trading Card Game:

Imagine yourself in a world where you can play Pokémon in card form. Imagine it was a digital world. Get all 228 cards and battle your opponents using killer decks

Pokémon Puzzle Challenge:


You are on the road to the Johto Championships, however this time you dont use Pokémon to battle. You use them to solve puzzles. All the necessary strategies to beating the gym leaders are inside

Gamecube Games

Game Screenshot Game Name/Description
Pokémon Colosseum:

The continuation of the highly popular Pokémon Stadium series, this game utilises the 354 Attacks and 386 Pokémon contained in Pokémon's Ruby and Sapphire. Using the Gamecube's GBA Link Cable you use the GBA as a controller to decide your Pokémon's next move.

Pokémon Channel: Together with Pikachu:

You control Pikachu. It is your task to create a successful TV station with the help of some of your Pokémon friends. Look through Anime Clips, Artworks and much more in your task to create this station

Pokémon Box: Ruby & Sapphire:

This utility is a storage box. There are 25 Boxes in this all capable of containing 60 Pokémon Each. This is the main function of the utility. The other functions include Playing R/S on the TV and seeing every Pokémon you have as figures

Super Smash Bros. Melee:

25 of Nintendo's best and brightest characters battle it out in a fight to the throwing off the stage. 4 Pokémon; Pikachu, Pichu, Mewtwo and Jigglypuff yet about 29 more released from Pokéballs and about 30 more seen in trophy form.

Nintendo 64 Games

Game Screenshot Game Name/Description
Pokémon Stadium:

Battle your Pokémon in Glorious 3D. Utilize the Transfer pack to bring the Pokémon you trained on Red, Blue and Yellow into the game. All 151 Pokémon are accessible in this game

Pokémon Stadium 2:

Battle your Pokémon in Glorious 3D. Utilize the Transfer pack to bring the Pokémon you trained on Red, Blue, Yellow, Gold, Silver And Crystal into the game. All 251 Pokémon are accessible in this game

Pokémon Snap:

Your name is Todd. You are a proffessional Pokémon Photographer. Your goal: To Take a Picture of Mew. Go through Pokémon Island to take pictures for Prof. Oak. There are 69 Pokémon. Can you capture them all? On Film That Is

Hey You! Pikachu:

You own a Pikachu. The Cutest Pokémon around. Your task: Have fun with it. Using the N64 Voice Recognition System, you can speak to your Pikachu

Pokémon Puzzle League:

You are trying to get all the pokémon badges. You are Ash Ketchum from Pallet Town. Battle the gym leaders, Elite four and Team Rocket in a frantic 3D puzzle battle

Super Smash Bros.:

12 of Nintendo's best and brightest characters battle it out in a fight to the throwing off the stage. 2 Pokémon; Pikachu and Jigglypuff yet about 12 more released from Pokéballs.

 
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