Pinball games have been familiar to gamers for years. In 1999, Pokemon Pinball was released in response to the popularity of this series. It plays exactly the same as previous versions of the franchise. The visual aesthetics, on the other hand, are quite varied when compared to traditional ball butt usage in the game. The lever will be replaced by rocks and trees at this stage of the game. Points may be earned at various levels of play through coordinate points with Pokemon. Each level of gameplay transforms your playing field. Perhaps it’s a forest or a volcanic cave; either way, it’s fascinating! When the ball falls into the black hole, the game will be over. There are five ball networks in each stage, which is to say your ball may fall 5 times and continue the game. This version has a unique element in that you can capture Pokemon by colliding with them more than three times on each game screen. Players may earn points as they advance through levels in order to unlock new stages.