Pokemon games are often thought of as mostly GameBoy video games, but there are computer downloads and phone downloads for some Pokemon games, which are adapted for mobile phone use rather than GameBoy use. Some phones might not have the memory for the downloads, but phones with enough memory are usually compatible with the Pokemon games that are adapted for phones.
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Pokemon Blue is one of the older versions of the Gameboy game which came out during the mid to late 1990s. The graphics are slightly pixilated, especially on some phones, but the game is an enjoyable version. In Pokemon Blue, the player wakes up as a Pokemon and interacts with other Pokemon rather than playing as the Pokemon trainer.
The Pokemon FireRed game is the typical trainer storyline of Pokemon games. The player is the trainer and the trainer's goal is capturing the Pokemon, playing the gyms, beating the Team Rocket bad guys and working to become the greatest trainer. FireRed has a phone download available that runs with Java, so your phone needs Java to download the game or the game will be incompatible with the phone.
Pokemon Crystal is the typical Pokemon game format of playing as the trainer, trying to capture as many Pokemon as possible and defeating Team Rocket and the gym leaders. It is a newer version of the Pokemon games, making the graphics slightly better than other versions. It was initially made for GameBoy Color, but has cell phone adaptations and downloads available.
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