Nintendo has just dropped yet another Pokemon game onto mobile with absolutely no warning, and it's only available to Australians so far. Nintendo announced the game back in 2017 under the name Pokeland, but until now it had disappeared. Coming to mobile devices, Rumble Rush is a free-to-play title that features real-time battles against various Pokemon critters. The Pokemon Company has now re-revealed it and launched it simultaneously. 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.
Each island has a Super Boss waiting at the end of it, so progression seems at least partially centered around defeating those enemies. As you're building your collection of Pokemon, you'll be able to take on even more powerful little beasts.
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Pokemon Rumble Rush, the latest in the Pokemon Rumble series, launched on Android in Australia on Monday.
Numerous Pokemon Rumble titles have been released in the past for the Wii, 3DS and Wii U, however this is the first entry on mobile. It should be releasing sometime today on Android for other regions and iOS in the near future.