Pokemon Rumble Rush, the latest in the Pokemon Rumble series, was launched on Android in Australia on Monday. It will be available globally and on iOS soon, depending on the game site.
Rush is the fourth Pokemon Rumble game and has beat-up games where you collect Pokemon, punch through islands and fight Super Bosses. Pokemon serves two different types of gear as they explore each island. PTOs give rise to Pokemon's statistics and help it with battles, and collecting bills allows a Pokemon to temporarily call another Pokemon for battle.
The game is free to start, but players will have the opportunity to buy game items. Nintendo announced the game back in 2017 under the name of Pokeland, but so far it had disappeared.
How to play Pokemon Rumble Rush
- The game is currently only available for Android and in Australia. When launched in your region, download it through the Google Play app or Apple's App Store.
- Once you have opened the app, you have the opportunity to link it to your Nintendo account.
- The tutorial you play as Rattata on an island that is infected with Bulbasaur. Tapping against an opposing Pokemon makes you attack them. When a Pokemon is defeated, they release coins and sometimes become "trapped".
- Once you've taken a Pokemon, you can use them in battle.