The Pokémon Pokédex is a toy released by Tiger Electronics and Hasbro in the late 1990s. It is a Pokédex-shaped toy which includes information on all Generation I Pokémon except for Mew, who was not yet revealed to the public at the time the toy was released.
The toy has a number pad and an alphabetical keyboard so that the user can input words and numbers.
The Pokémon's height. The toy uses the metric system, which diverts from the usual system used in the franchise, the imperial system.
The Pokémon's weight. This number is also given in metric units.
The category of the Pokémon.
Pokémon have a "strength" stat programmed in the device which is ranked between one and ten. It is unknown exactly what this stat is based on. Onix is the only Pokémon which is rated at ten.
Lists four attacks that the Pokémon can learn.
Displays the Pokémon using one of its attacks in a two-frame animation.
The Pokémon's Pokédex entry from Red and Blue.
Allows the user to search Pokémon by name or page.
Enables the user to compile a list of their favorite Pokémon.
Allows searching of Pokémon by the aforementioned height, weight, strength, or type.
Enables the user to compile a list of their captured Pokémon. Presumed to be used alongside a Pokémon game.
A password can be set here so that those unknowing of the password cannot access any entered information.
A place for the user to set their name, the date, and time. Also, sound can be turned on or off here.
A basic calculator.
- YouTube - Time Machine - Pokemon Pokédex (1999) (retrieved February 1, 2010)
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