The Bemani Pocket (ビーマニポケット) series was a short-lived attempt by Konami to capitalize on the market of portable entertainment in the late 1990s. They were introduced on the Japanese market in 1998 and they featured versions of most Bemani games, from Beatmania to ParaParaParadise.
Partial platform release list:
- Beatmania Pocket (1998) and several versions featuring Bemani original music tracks and anime hits.
- DDR Pocket (1999). Including Finger Step (1999), DDR Hello Kitty (1999), DDR Dear Daniel (1999), and DDR Winnie the Pooh.
- ParaParaParadise Pocket (2001). Capitalizing on the Para Para craze on Japan.
- Pop'n Music Pocket (1999). A pocket version of Pop'n Music.
- GuitarFreaks Pocket (2000).
- News Release. Konami.jp. 13 December 2000.
- TRICK Series. DDR.sh. 25 September 2007.
- ビーマニポケット版『パラパラパラダイス』の発売記念イベントリポート. Famitsu.com. 12 July 2001.
- ビーマニポケット ポップンミュージック. PopnFever. Retrieved October 3, 2009.
- User's Message. Konami.jp. 20 November 2002.
- "Handheld Museum- Konami Guitar Freaks". Handheld Museum. Retrieved 2010-03-23.
- Fanmade page with information and pictures (in Japanese)
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