The Pokemon Company seems to be busy working on new Pokemon games as they have now announced one more Pokemon game for the mobile devices. The Pokemon Company didn't give any specific time frame, but clearly, the game is ready for release.
Pokemon Rumble Rush is being developed by Ambrella, who did the previous three Pokemon Rumble games.
Pokemon Rumble Rush does not have a release date, though at least it's available in Australia.
Not long after Fire Emblem Heroes developer DeNA announced that they would be working on a Pokemon mobile game, we now know that Pokemon Rumble Rush will be coming to iOS and Android soon.
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In a confusing state of affairs, the game is now available in Australia, but not the rest of the world.
This soft launch in Australia was first spotted by Android Police, and it hints at an official announcement soon. The former boosts Pokemon's stats and make it more effective in battle, while the latter allow Pokemon to temporarily call another Pokemon into battle.
"Pokemon Rumble Rush" is already available for download from the Aussie Play Store. Before players can face a level boss, however, they will need to meet certain requirements like owning a certain "Pokemon" or reaching a certain Combat Power (CP) level. Pokemon Rumble Rush even has launched its very first occasion, an event that permits players to explore an island in Charizard Sea as well as fight 80 various species of Pokemon, consisting of Charizard as well as Blastoise. By tapping the screen, the players' partner Pokemon will rush in and attack each oncoming wave.
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