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ココパッド CoCoPad
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The CoCoPad
Release dates
Japan: 2002
North America: N/A
Europe: N/A
Australia: N/A
South Korea: N/A
China: N/A
Hong Kong: N/A
Taiwan: N/A
Technical specs
  • ROM: cartridge
  • Input: pen
Related information
Console generation: Fourth generation
Pokémon generations: III
Console type: Home


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The LeapPad Learning System is an edutainment console developed by LeapFrog Enterprises and released in 1999. Sega Toys licensed the hardware from LeapFrog in 2002 and released it in Japan as the CoCoPad (Japanese: ココパッド CoCoPad). The CoCoPad was developed specifically for the Japanese market, and as such was only released there. However, due to the hardware similarities, some software made for the CoCoPad may work on all LeapPad models, including the Quantum Pad (but not the My First LeapPad or the Little Touch LeapPad), and vice versa.

The CoCoPad used ROM cartridges, alongside plastic booklets with printed buttons. By laying the booklet on the console and tapping the printed "GO" button on any page, the player can then tap objects on that page to play various sound clips.

The console required 4 AA batteries to operate, with an advertised battery life of 60 hours if alkaline batteries were used. The console would automatically power off if it was not interacted with for 3 minutes.

Pokémon games

Title Genre Release
Pocket Monsters Advanced Generation: Pokémon Super Drill Let's Learn Numbers from 1 to 20!! Edutainment July 11, 2005

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