Veilstone Game Corner

Veilstone Game Corner トバリゲームコーナー
Tobari Game Corner
"Wild Missingno. appeared!"
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Location: Veilstone City
Region: Sinnoh
Generations: IV
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Location of Veilstone Game Corner in Sinnoh.
Pokémon world locations

The Veilstone Game Corner (Japanese: トバリゲームコーナー Tobari Game Corner) is a Game Corner located in Veilstone City, Sinnoh.

In Brilliant Diamond and Shining Pearl, the Game Corner is replaced with the Metronome Style Shop, likely due to PEGI's current classification standards, for which simulated depictions of gambling must have at least an "18" rating. [1]

In the games

In Korean versions of Pokémon Diamond, Pearl, and Platinum, due to the illegality of gambling in South Korea and the classifications standards of the Game Rating Board, the slot machines were replaced with game machines. The dialogue and other text was also altered to remove references to the slot machines and their functionality. TM64 (Explosion) is instead given away at random by the Game Corner attendant as part of a TM promotion.

These changes were later also made in European releases of Pokémon Platinum, as a result of changes in the classification standards at PEGI[2], including in the United Kingdom English version.

The music played here is similar to the one heard in real-life pachinko parlors.

Slot machines

There are sixteen slot machines in the Game Corner, with four of them having people already seated at them.

Each spin of the machine takes 3 coins, which are inserted by pressing the X button. Reels will start spinning either when the D-pad is pressed down or the X button is pressed again. Y stops the left reel, B stops the middle, and A stops the right.


Series of icons Payout
    Replay or 15

Bonus Round

As the game is played, occasionally a Poké Ball will roll up on the Touch Screen. They make the reels "sticky" and guarantee a win, whereas a win is normally impossible if a Ball does not appear. The type of win depends on the Ball:

Randomly, a Clefairy will pop out of the Poké Ball on the touch screen, and can be either a normal one, a Shiny one, or one that appears to be a transformed Ditto. Which kind of Clefairy appears indicates how likely the Bonus Round is to repeat; a transformed Ditto indicates a lower chance to repeat, a Clefairy indicates a moderate chance, and a Shiny Clefairy indicates a high chance. If Pikachu appears after the round is complete, it will be more likely to repeat (it will be less likely to repeat if Clefairy appears again). Players must continue spinning the reels until they get a 100-coin bonus. The odds of getting the bonus seem to improve if the slots are activated to the beat of Clefairy's clapping.

At this point the bonus round will begin. It only costs one coin to spin the reels while in the bonus round; after the reels begin spinning, the Clefairy will indicate which reel to stop first; left is Y, up is B, and right is A. Each time this is done correctly, three replays will be made possible, at 15 coins apiece. If the player does not follow Clefairy's instructions, but gets three of one image (including replays) coins will not be given. Each bonus round has 15 spins, meaning that a perfect one yields 210 coins.

After 15 spins, the Clefairy will either stay for another bonus round or it will return to its Poké Ball and the bonus will end. This seems to be random. If ten or more bonus rounds are played in a row, the woman behind the counter will give TM64 (Explosion) as a prize after the first time this has been achieved. In order to obtain the TM, the player must lose a bonus round sometime after their tenth consecutive round; pressing Start to end the "Slot Session" will not count as having played 10 games in a row and will, in turn, not yield TM64. The TM is only given out once.

Occasionally, the moon on the touch screen will glow red during a spin. Getting a replay when the moon is red makes Clefairy tired, so following Clefairy's instructions during a red moon makes the Bonus Round less likely to repeat.

On the other hand, the moon may also occasionally glow bright white. Following Clefairy's instructions will guarantee that Clefairy will stay for another bonus round.

Service counter

The woman behind the counter to the left of the slots sells coins at the following rates:

  50 Coins
  500 Coins

Prize exchange

Prizes are sold in the house to the right of the Game Corner.

  Silk Scarf
  Wide Lens
  Zoom Lens
  TM90 (Substitute)
  TM58 (Endure)
  TM75 (Swords Dance)
  TM32 (Double Team)
  TM44 (Rest)
  TM89 (U-turn)
  TM10 (Hidden Power)
  TM27 (Return)
  TM21 (Frustration)
  TM35 (Flamethrower)
  TM24 (Thunderbolt)
  TM13 (Ice Beam)
  TM29 (Psychic)
  TM74 (Gyro Ball)
  TM68 (Giga Impact)


Item Location Games
  5-20 Coins Interacting with any game machine, repeatable daily (Korean and EuropeanPt versions only)  D  P  Pt 
  20 Coins From the man standing south of the counter  D  P  Pt 
  50 Coins From the fat man playing a slot machine near the counter  D  P  Pt 
  TM64 (Explosion) From the woman behind the counter after playing ten or more bonus rounds in a row (except Korean versions)
Occasionally from the woman behind the counter (Korean versions only)
 D  P  Pt 


Version Interior Prize House

In the manga

Veilstone Game Corner in Pokémon Adventures
Veilstone Game Corner in Pokémon Diamond and Pearl Adventure!

Pokémon Adventures

Diamond & Pearl chapter

The Veilstone Game Corner first appeared in Magnificent Meditite & Really Riolu I. Platinum wandered into it by accident, mistaking it for a hotel. In no time, she was sucked into the gaming, having to be forcibly dragged away by Pearl when he and Diamond came looking for her. Diamond proceeded to exchange the coins Platinum had won for a Zoom Lens. The next day, Maylene's father tried to talk Platinum, who was passing by, into trying the slot machines, but she refused.

Pokémon Diamond and Pearl Adventure!

The Veilstone Game Corner appeared in Deoxys, The Phantom Pokémon! (Part 2). At the beginning of the chapter, Hareta and Mitsumi were seen playing the slots. Hareta was winning trays full of Coins while Mitsumi couldn't win at all--a possible reference to the actual differences in luck between the slot machines in the games. At the end of the chapter, Hareta returned to the Game Corner, only to find out that Mitsumi still hadn't won once, and was determined not to leave until she finally did.


  • The background music for the Veilstone Game Corner remixes part of the theme for the Rocket Game Corner.
  • The background music that plays when Clefairy appears is a sped-up remix of the Mt. Moon Square background theme. The bonus round music further speeds it up.
  • Maylene's father can be met here. He says that nothing is going his way, and asks if the player is a Trainer or has battled the Gym Leader. Looker can also be found here both before the player has obtained the Cobble Badge and after the Stark Mountain storyline.
  • The sign outside the Game Corner says to "Aim for an Explosion of Luck", as a pun on the TM64 prize; the woman behind the counter makes the same pun before giving the TM.
    • After giving the TM, the woman says to keep playing for "another explosion of good luck". Despite this, she only gives TM64 once per save file.

In other languages

Language Title
  French Casino de Voilaroc
  German Schleiede Spielhalle
  Italian Casinò di Rupepoli
  Korean 장막시티 게임코너 Jangmak City Game Corner
  Spanish Casino de Ciudad Rocavelo
  Vietnamese Trung tâm trò chơi Tobari


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