Pokemon Pinball Cheats, Codes, Cheat Codes for Game Boy (GB)

Pokemon Pinball Cheats, Codes, Cheat Codes for Game Boy (GB)

Pokemon Pinball

Faster ball upgrade

When the Pokeball hits the first three lights at the top, press Left to move the light. It can also be moved by pressing A.

Moving Pokemon in Pokedex

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Select an unevolved or basic Pokemon, then press Start to watch it move in the Pokedex. Note: This trick only works when the game is played in a Game Boy Color system.

Pokedex record

Enter the Pokedex and press Select to view how many Pokemon have been obtained and seen.

Bonus levels

Bonus levels are unlocked by capturing three Pokemon in the same location without getting a “Game Over” screen or changing to a different location before returning. If this is accomplished a hole marked “Go To Bonus” will appear. Enter the hole to reach the bonus level. The Red pinball machine has a Diglett’s Cave bonus level, and the and blue pinball machine has a Meowth’s House bonus level.


Mew is a bonus character that is worth a lot of points. In red, go to the Digglett, Gengar, and Mewtwo stages twice. In blue, go to Meowth, Seel, Mewtwo stages twice. Go to Indigo Plateau in map mode. Then go into a get mode to have a 6% chance of Mew appearing. Hit Mew with the Pokeball for the bonus points.

Note: This trick requires a Game Shark cartridge. Enter 919679D5 as a GameShark code and leave the GameShark cartridge off. Start a game and get into a catch ’em mode. Proceed to catch the Pokemon, and when the four “Catch!” lights are lit, get ready to turn on the GameShark. Hit the Pokemon again, and as soon as the ball hits, turn on the Gameshark. A message stating that Mew was caught will appear at the bottom of the screen. Save the game and check the Pokedex. Mew should be there. Return to the game and try to evolve Mew. It does not matter if you are successful, but your Pokedex will return to normal. If you do not, when you press Select to see how many Pokemon have been caught, 151/150 will appear (if you have all other Pokemon).

View program code

Note: This trick requires a Game Shark cartridge. Start the game with the Game Shark and enter the Pokedex screen. Then, press the reset button on the top of the Game Shark to briefly see programmer information about the Pokemon.


    Secret Mewtwo bonus stage

    Complete both bonus stages in the machine that you are playing. In red field, clear the Digglett and Gengar stages. In blue field, clear Meowth and Seel stages. Then when you catch three more Pokemon or get a chance for another slot, you can reach the Secret Mewtwo bonus stage.

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    Once in the stage, hit Mewtwo as much as possible. If he is hit enough times, he will stop creating the balls. When this happens, you can hit him three more times to clear the stage. However, do not do this, since it will start the cycle over again. By leaving the Mewtwo stage uncleared, you may keep returning to it and get higher scores.

    Evolve Pokemon in the red field

    Shoot the Pokeball through the left outside loop. Each time it passes through the loop, one evolution arrow will light. When all three arrows are lit, shoot the ball into the Evolution cave. Then, choose the Pokemon to be evolved.

    Evolve Pokemon in the blue field

    Shoot the Pokeball through the left loop. Each time the Pokeball passes through the loop, one evolution arrow will light. When all three arrows are lit, shoot your ball into Slowpoke’s mouth. Then, choose the Pokemon to be evolved.

    Easier way to evolve Pokemon

    After entering evolution mode, quickly hit the buttons with the flashing arrows next to them. Do not try to raise Pikachu’s lightning meter. The “Ball Saver” will stay lit for awhile. During this time, after hitting a button with a flashing arrow, allow the ball to move below the flippers. After the ball is launched, if the item you are looking for is near the top, you will have a good chance of getting it. Note: If this is attempted, always make sure that the “Ball Saver” is not going to run out.

    Special Evolution bonus

    Enter evolution mode. Then get the menu and select a Pokemon that has a star. Go through the entire evolution process. After the Pokemon evolves, a special evolution bonus worth 10,000,000 will be awarded.

    Double Cave bonus

    Light up the letters C, A, V, and E to unlock the Cave bonus, but do not enter. Light up the same letters again, then enter the Cave to collect double the amount of points.

    Easy 10 million point bonus

    Upgrade your Pokeball all the way to a Masterball by turning on all the lights on the top half of a board. Then, try to upgrade it one more time. This is much easier than having to evolve a Pokemon with a star next to its name.

    Easy Pokemon capture

    Hit a Voltorb or Shellder, then hold A or B when their shadows appear.

    Finding rare Pokemon

    On the third ball, light up all the “GET” lights and enter the hole. This will increase the chance that rare Pokemon will appear.

    Finding Pokemon

    Each Pokemon has a particular location where they like to hide:

      Red field

      Pallet Town: Charmander, Rattata, Nidoran (M), and Poliwag
      Viridan Forest: Weedle, Pidgey, and Pikachu
      Pewter City: Spearow, Jigglypuff, Ekans, and Magikarp
      Cerulean City: Oddish, Mankey, Jynx, and Abra
      Vermilion City Seaside: Shellder, Krabby, Ekans, and Farfetch’d
      Rock Mountain: Voltorbe, Diglett, and MrMime
      Lavender Town: Gastly, Magnemite, Cubone, Electabuzz, and Zapdos
      Cycling Road: Spearow, Doduo, Lickitung, and Snorlax
      Safari Zone: Paras, Rhyhorn, and Chansey
      Seafoam Islands: Horsea, Staryu, Seel, and Articuno
      Cinnabar Island: Ponyta, Growlithe, Omanyte, and Kabuto
      Indigo Plateau: Machop, Onix, and Ditto

      Blue field

      Viridan City: Squirtle, Nidoran (M), and Bulbasaur
      Viridian Forest: Caterpie, Rattata, and Pikachu
      Mt Moon: Zubat, Paras, and Clefairy
      Cerulean City: Bellsprout, Meowth, Jynx, and Abra
      Vermilion City Streets: Shellder, Krabby, Farfetch’d, and Sandshrew
      Rock Mountain: Diglet, Voltorbe, and MrMime
      Celadon City: Mankey, Meowth, Eevee, and Porygon
      Fuchsia City: Magikarp, Goldeen, Kangashan, and Exeggcute
      Safari Zone: Doduo, Nidoran (F), and Chansey
      Saffron City: Ekans, Sandshrew, Hitmonchan, and Hitmonlee
      Cinnabar Island: Ponyta, Koffing, Aerodactyl, and Magmar
      Indingo Plateau: Geodude, Ditto, Moltres, and Mewtwo

Game Shark Codes

Note: You must have a 2.1 or higher version of the Game Shark to use these codes in a Game Boy Color system.

Infinite Balls 01029DD4
Infinite Again Mode 013F9BD4
Infinite Time (Catch ‘Em Mode) 91057AD5
Infinite Dual Pikachu Kickback 01291DD5
Two Billion Points When Ball is Lost 01028DD4
9,999,999,999,990 Points 01291DD4
Start With 255 Bulbasaurs 01FF60D4
Ball Saver is Always On 91FFA4D4
Pokemon Modifier 91??79D5
Quantity Digits to Accompany Pokemon Modifier Code
00 – Bulbasaur
01 – Ivysaur
02 – Venusaur
03 – Charmander
04 – Charmeleon
05 – Charizard
06 – Squirtle
07 – Wartortle
08 – Blastoise
09 – Caterpie
0A – Metabod
0B – Butterfree
0C – Weedle
0D – Kakuna
0E – Beedrill
0F – Pidgey
10 – Pigeotto
11 – Pigeot
12 – Rattata
13 – Raticate
14 – Spearow
15 – Fearow
16 – Ekans
17 – Arbok
18 – Pikachu
19 – Raichu
1A – Sandshrew
1B – Sandslash
1C – Nidoran (F)
1D – Nidorina
1E – Nidoqueen
1F – Nidoran (M)
20 – Nidorino
21 – Nidoking
22 – Clefairy
23 – Clefable
24 – Vulpix
25 – Ninetales
26 – Jigglypuff
27 – Wigglytuff
28 – Zubat
29 – Golbat
2A – Oddish
2B – Gloom
2C – Vileplume
2D – Paras
2E – Parasect
2F – Venonat
30 – Venomoth
31 – Diglett
32 – Dugtrio
33 – Meowth
34 – Persian
35 – Psyduck
36 – Golduck
37 – Mankey
38 – Primeape
39 – Growlithe
3A – Arcanine
3B – Poliwag
3C – Polwhirl
3D – Poliwrath
3E – Abra
3F – Kadabra
40 – Alakazam
41 – Machop
42 – Machoke
43 – Machamp
44 – Bellsprout
45 – Weepinbell
46 – Victreebell
47 – Tentacool
48 – Tentacruel
49 – Geodude
4A – Graveler
4B – Golem
4C – Ponyta
4D – Rapidash
4E – Slowpoke
4F – Slowbro
50 – Magnemite
51 – Magneton
52 – Farfetch’d
53 – Doduo
54 – Dodrio
55 – Seel
56 – Dewgong
57 – Grimer
58 – Muk
59 – Shelder
5A – Cloyster
5B – Gastly
5C – Haunter
5D – Gengar
5E – Onix
5F – Drowzee
60 – Hypno
61 – Krabby
62 – Kingler
63 – Voltorb
64 – Electrode
65 – Exeggcute
66 – Exeggutor
67 – Cubone
68 – Marowak
69 – Hitmonlee
6A – Hitmoncham
6B – Lickitung
6C – Koffing
6D – Weezing
6E – Rhyhorn
6F – Rhydon
70 – Chansey
71 – Tangela
72 – Kangaskhan
73 – Horsea
74 – Seadra
75 – Goldeen
76 – Seaking
77 – Staryu
78 – Starmie
79 – Mr. Mime
7A – Scyther
7B – Jynx
7C – Electabuzz
7D – Magmar
7E – Pinsir
7F – Tauros
80 – Magikarp
81 – Gyarados
82 – Lapras
83 – Ditto
84 – Eevee
85 – Vaporeon
86 – Jolteon
87 – Flareon
88 – Porygon
89 – Omanyte
8A – Omastar
8B – Kabuto
8C – Kabutops
8D – Aerodactyl
8E – Snorlax
8F – Articuno
90 – Zapdos
91 – Moltres
92 – Dratini
93 – Dragonair
94 – Dragonite
95 – Mewtwo
96 – Mew

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