Pokemon Rumble Rush comes out of nowhere as Nintendo’s next mobile game

Yolanda Curtis
May 16, 2019

The game is an evolution of the previously revealed Pokeland that was in development back in 2017.

In a confusing state of affairs, the game is now available in Australia, but not the rest of the world.

From nowhere, The Pokemon Company has announced and released a new mobile game. Just like the current Pokemon game where you have to hunt for little creatures with your phone, Rumble Rush sends players to explore uncharted islands and battle wild Pokemon in the hope that some of them will join their teams.

So far, the game is only available on Android devices, but it's coming to iPhones soon.

The game is free to start, but players will have the option to purchase in-game items. You'll be able to get your toy-battle on across a selection of islands and seas with different Pokemon to encounter, and the entire selection of stages will change out every two weeks. Once it launches in your region, download it through the Google Play app or Apple's App Store.

Once you catch a Pokemon, you can use them in battle. When a Pokemon is defeated, they drop coins and are sometimes "caught". And that's very important since you'll need a very powerful party of Pokemon to take on the islands' Super Bosses.

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