Another Pokemon Mobile Game Announced, Out Now In Some Regions

Alfred Osborne
May 18, 2019

"Pokemon Rumble Rush" is a combat-focused game that's actually a spin-off of the original "Pokemon" games.

Let it be known that the end of the article says that Pokemon Rumble Rush will be "free-to-start" and confirms that the game will include items that can be purchased with real world currency. A close alpha launched with that announcement, but after that, The Pokemon Company went radio silent on the game.

The name of the game is Pokemon Rumble Rush by Nintendo.

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The game's official site, which bears its Japanese title Pokemon Scramble, only tentatively states that the game is "coming soon".

In a confusing state of affairs, the game is now available in Australia, but not the rest of the world. You have to explore a full island and capture wild pokemon. The islands also feature Super Boss fights, and players who emerge victorious will have the chance to get items to power up their Pokemon. The video game is the current installation of the Pokemon Rumble line of Pokemon video games, in which gamers collect chibi- versions of Pokemon with extra-large heads. Once it launches in your region, download it through the Google Play app or Apple's App Store. Your Pokemon will move forward, and if you have an enemy, you can attack by tapping on the screen.

The tutorial has you playing as Rattata on an island infested with Bulbasaur. When a Pokemon is defeated, they drop coins and are sometimes "caught". It's the closest thing fans have to a standard Pokemon experience on their phones, aside from Pokemon GO, and should be a decent time waster for those that want to use their favorite monsters to kill a bunch of things.

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