Power Pro Kun Pocket Series

Power Pro Kun Pocket series (パワプロクンポケットシリーズ, abbrv. :パワポケ), sometimes simply called Pawapoke or Power Pocket, is a sub-series (spinoff) of the Jikkyō Powerful Pro Yakyū series baseball game developed by Konami. The series is released only on the Nintendo's hand held platform (GBC, GBA, and Nintendo DS). The series consists of 14 game entries (12 main series, 1 spin-off and 1 remake).

Originally, the game was planned to link the story with the Success Mode storyline in the main (Pawapuro) series. However, the series now departs from the world of Pawapuro series and forms independent storylines. Since the 8th iteration, Konami uses Baseball variety instead of Sport/Simulation as a game genre. Instead of baseball, the portion in Success Mode are much larger than the main series, which will be mentioned below.

It is noted that the Atsumare! Power Pro Kun no DS Koushien is not included in the series, although the prequel Pawapoke Koushien was (see note). The DS version of MLB Power Pros 2008 also used the sprites in Power Pro Kun Pocket, but obviously it is not a Pawapoke series member either.

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