Nintendo Pokemon Mini Flash Card now available

pokemonminiflashcartThe Pokemon Mini fantastics over at the Pokemon Mini Dev-Site have finally produced a flash card for us all. Alongside all the PD Pokemon Mini games they have produced, this is the perfect addition to the neglected handheld.

For those who don't currently own a Pokemon Mini, now might be the time to consider one. Having only had a small handful of games released for the handheld, it's become quite the curiostiy.

The small development community behind the Pokemon mini have spent time creating Mini versions of Sonic, R-Type, Zelda and Outurn, which will all be playable via this Flash Card.

The Pokemon Mini Flash Card is now retailing at 20 Euros and can be ordered from the Pokemon Mini Dev-Site now.

Link: Buy Pokemon Mini Flash Card

Source: Tiny Cartridge

Last Updated ( 15 April 2010 )  


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(Link to this comment) TwoHeadedBoy 2010-04-16 01:13
Ooh, I just wet myself a bit.

Just ordered this, can't wait. It'll run ROMs of Pokemon Mini games as well, right? I WILL play Pokemon Shock Tetris, one day...

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