Pokémon Get Round and Round

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The name currently in use is a fan translation of the Japanese name.
Pokémon Get Round and Round
ポケモンくるくるゲット
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Pokémon Get Round and Round yellow and blue machines
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Basic info
Platform: Arcade
Category: Medal game
Players: 1 player
Connectivity: None
Developer: Bandai Namco Games
Publisher: Bandai Namco Games
Part of: Generation IV and V miscellaneous
Ratings
CERO: N/A
ESRB: N/A
ACB: N/A
OFLC: N/A
PEGI: N/A
GRAC: N/A
GSRR: N/A
Release dates
Japan: April 2010
North America: N/A
Australia: N/A
Europe: N/A
South Korea: N/A
Hong Kong: N/A
Taiwan: N/A
Websites
Japanese: [1]
English: N/A

Pokémon Get Round and Round (Japanese: ポケモンくるくるゲット) is a Japanese arcade medal game released by Bandai Namco Games. Players can use medals that are deposited into a funnel in attempt to land them on various areas of a rotating platform to earn more medals.

System

Each machine has an anticlockwise rotating circular platform with 10 prize areas of varying sizes and designs. Medals deposited by players via the slot are fed into a large funnel before being thrown out of the bottom and onto the platform. Medals with too much momentum may fall off the platform and not come into play. A scanner will detect any medals that land on a prize area as the platform rotates, with the depicted payout deposited by the machine. A catcher beyond this knocks any medals on the platform into the machine. A LED display below the medal slot shows the current jackpot and the number of medals to be deposited by the machine if a medal lands on a prize area.

Gameplay

First released in April 2010, Pokémon Get Round and Round has two machine varieties: yellow and blue. The yellow machine is a lower grade than blue, featuring comparably larger prize areas but smaller payouts. Other than the jackpot area, the largest payout on the yellow machine is 6 medals, whereas the largest payout on the blue machine is 10 medals. The prize area sizes directly correlate with their payout, with the jackpot area not much larger than that of a medal. The jackpot accumulates as the machines are used, with a maximum for both of 99 medals. Generally, the yellow machine also features "cute" un-evolved Pokémon, whereas the blue machine features "cool" Legendary or evolved Pokémon, reflecting the grades of the two machines.

In March 2011, another set of machines were released featuring branding from Pokémon the Series: Black & White of the anime and with new Pokémon from Generation V. Other than their design, the machines are identical to the originals, with the aqua machine fulfilling the role of the yellow, and the red machine fulfilling that of the blue.

The tables below show the Pokémon featured on the prize areas of each machine:

Yellow machine
Pokémon Medal payout
  Happiny 3
  Meowth Random
  Gible 5
  Piplup 2
  Croagunk 6
  Wobbuffet Random
  Buneary 3
  Pikachu 4
  Pachirisu 2
  Infernape Jackpot
Blue machine
Pokémon Medal payout
  Gyarados 2
  Alakazam Random
  Ho-Oh 6
  Lucario 3
  Lugia 10
  Mismagius Random
  Garchomp 4
  Charizard 5
  Electivire 1
  Arceus Jackpot


Aqua machine
Pokémon Medal payout
  Oshawott 3
  Darumaka Random
  Pikachu 5
  Emolga 2
  Fraxure 6
  Munna Random
  Tepig 3
  Snivy 4
  Minccino 2
  Reshiram Jackpot
Red machine
Pokémon Medal payout
  Sawsbuck 2
  Musharna Random
  Samurott 6
  Darmanitan 3
  Emboar 10
  Audino Random
  Excadrill 4
  Serperior 5
  Tranquill 1
  Zekrom Jackpot

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