Minigame | Wikipedia audio article

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00:00:40 1 Features
00:01:29 1.1 Minigame compilations
00:02:13 2 Notable examples
00:05:08 3 List of minigames
00:05:17 3.1 Fifth generation
00:05:26 3.1.1 PlayStation
00:06:16 3.1.2 Nintendo 64
00:07:23 3.2 Sixth generation (Dreamcast, GameCube, PlayStation 2, and Xbox)
00:11:53 3.3 Seventh generation (PlayStation 3, Wii, and Xbox 360)
00:14:11 3.4 Eighth generation (Wii U)
00:14:31 3.5 Nintendo Switch
00:15:43 3.6 Handheld sixth generation (Game Boy Advance)
00:16:24 3.7 Handheld seventh generation (Nintendo DS and PlayStation Portable)
00:17:52 3.8 Handheld eighth generation (Nintendo 3DS and PlayStation Vita)
00:18:34 3.9 PC

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A minigame (also spelled mini-game or mini game, sometimes called a subgame or microgame) is a short video game often contained within another video game, and sometimes in application software or on a display of any form of hardware. A minigame contains different gameplay elements than the main game, may be optional, and is often smaller or more simplistic than the game in which it is contained. Minigames are sometimes also offered separately for free to promote the main game. For instance, the Pokémon Stadium minigames involve merely pressing a few buttons at specific intervals, with little complexity. Some minigames can also be bonus stages or secret levels.

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