Pokémon Shuffle Mobile coming to iOS and Android

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Pokémon Shuffle Mobile, a mobile port of Pokémon Shuffle, will be released for iOS and Android later this year. In Japan, the game will be released this summer.

In Japan, the first 10,000 players can access a beta version of the game for Android, which is currently available.

While playing a stage, the game lays out the Nintendo 3DS's two screens vertically, with the bottom screen squared (making it much larger than the bottom screen in the Nintendo 3DS version), as well as increasing the size of icons in the HUD. In the overworld, the stages stretch bottom-to-top (with the whole mobile device's screen being used, rather than purely mimicking the Nintendo 3DS version's two screens), whereas on the Nintendo 3DS version they stretch from left-to-right.



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By PokemonCoJp

Press release

BELLEVUE, Wash.—June 29, 2015—The Pokémon Company International announced today that Pokémon Shuffle Mobile is currently in development for mobile devices and will launch later this year.

Pokémon Shuffle Mobile is a new mobile game where players will battle wild Pokémon with their wits and puzzle-solving skills. By matching three or more Pokémon, players can deal damage and whittle down their opponents. Fans can even battle through difficult stages by utilizing Mega-Evolved Pokémon. Pokémon Shuffle for the Nintendo 3DS family of systems has been downloaded more than 4.5 million times on the Nintendo eShop. Pokémon Shuffle Mobile will be downloadable at no charge on the Apple App Store℠ and on Google Play™.

The Pokemon Company International has published and launched several successful apps including Pokémon TCG Online, Pokémon TV, Pokémon Jukebox, Pokédex for iOS, and Camp Pokémon.

  -- The Pokémon Company International  

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