Monday, 20 May, 2019

Pokemon Rumble Rush Announced And Soft Launched in Australia

Another Pokemon Mobile Game Announced, Out Now In Some Regions Pokemon Rumble Rush announced for Android and iOS
Cecil Davis | 18 May, 2019, 04:52

Nintendo launched the game as a country-specific soft release.

The game, which will be known as Pokemon Scramble SP in Japan, is created to be played with one hand. Nintendo has surprisingly just announced the new mobile game, but people are wondering if there's concrete information on its launch across the globe.

Two years ago, Nintendo and The Pokemon Company revealed a mobile game called Pokeland that seemed to borrow heavily from the Pokemon Rumble series.

The game is already available in Australia although only for Android users.

Pokemon Rumble Rush, the latest in the Pokemon Rumble series, launched on Android in Australia on Monday.

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Rush is the fourth Pokemon Rumble game, and features beat-'em-up gameplay wherein you collect Pokemon, brawl your way through islands and battle against Super Bosses. Ambrella, the studio that developed all the Rush games released before, was in charge in this case as well.

A world full of uncharted islands!

You can use your caught Pokemon for battles, also different Pokemon have different combat powers.

Players who defeat level bosses with their "Pokemon" will be rewarded with coins, the "Pokemon" they automatically captured on their way to the level boss, and a very important item called "Ore". During exploration, a hint function might display the Pokemon species that inhabit that area, and when players view a map of an island, they might also see hot air balloons floating by. It isn't entirely clear how Pokemon Rumble Rush will take advantage of mobile devices, other than the fact that there will be "easy-to-use controls and attacks that are pulled off with simple taps".