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Category
Games & Strategy & Board
Current version
7.0.16
Price
Free
Size
300 MB
Last Update
Sep 17, 2019

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That nickname no one uses
Aug 16, 2018

This is an awesome game to play when your bored. It really does get your brain working. There are just a few things I’d like to request. Salon: The salon is a nice to have around just for the fun of making a character. But to be honest, every look you try to make is just.. boring. If you look at some characters such as Luca and Shannon, they have really nice looks that show you their personality. Here are some things to help improve it in my opinion. #1 Be able to customize eyes. It may not sound like much, but everyone has plain blue eyes. What if you were able to add eyelashes, or different colors for the eyes. #2 Having more hair styles. Having more hairstyles would be a fun thing to add. Especially if they added more popular hairstyles, such as braids, buns, Mohawks, etc. #3 Outfits would be the best thing to add. Everyone wears a tuxedo.. why not add some more outfits? #4 Adding a couple things such as bracelets and necklaces. Just add a couple things to add to your character to make it more like you. #5 Please, PLEASE make it so you don’t have to wear a mask. Most players probably agree with this. Last but not least, #6 If you could earn items in daily challenges to wear, that’d be great Enough about the salon. I want to request that you make it easier to get a larger variety of gems. My last request is that you add Pokémon that are made for defending the goal post. That is all I have to say. Thanks if you read all of this XD

Silent shado
Feb 19, 2019

First of all, I have a love/hate relationship with this game. Some days the game hates you other times it loves you. The randomness of the moves hitting or not completely throws your strategy out of the window, while other times you get lucky and pull crazy stuff off. The figure system is a classic approach to this type of board game but definitely feels pay to win sometimes. At the beginning of the game you better hope you get lucky ( like I did ) and get some good figures, if not you have to grind quests for gems rather than play the more fun multiplayer. Some figures have fun mechanics while others are frustratingly overpowered. Some of the movement abilities are crazy combined with certain cards. Lower the price of gems and it would help a lot. The UI also needs polishing as it’s currently hunky and slow. Everything takes a while to process and even the most trivial tasks like closing a pop up takes 5 seconds. It can also be hard to find some things when you start out but you quickly catch on to where everything is at. Overall, this is a fun stylized take on board games that keeps pulling me back in with addictive but can be frustrating gameplay. It’s a must play for Pokémon fans and is one of my favorite games, but needs work for me to strongly recommend it. Until then, it’s in the gray area of those Pokémon spin offs that don’t really go anywhere, but has the potential to be a phenomenon.

Menyb
Oct 01, 2019

Hi, person who’s reading this comment of this terminating game! How are you doing? I’m doing okay. I’m also here to tell you my story, because I love this game. So, I started playing around when I was in 8th grade. I got okay at the game, and then stopped playing after a while and deleted it. I started playing it again when I was a junior, and let me tell you, I was wicked good. Not youtuber good, but “hey I know which Pokémon will win in this 1v1 so I’ll play smart smart” good. And then, a month afterwards, the news was dropped. Pokémon Duel was Shutting Down. At first, I couldn’t believe it. I was distraught, so distraught that I deleted Pokémon Duel again. I just couldn’t see the horse die. I had to put it out of its (my) misery. And then another month passed, with me constantly thinking of the game, with me emailing Pokémon some questions, with me just sitting there hopeless watching one of my childhood games die. You know the saying “you never knew how much you loved it till you let it go?” This game has that feeling. I’ve never found another game even close to it, and I don’t think I ever will. I loved this game so much, I might even make my own just like it (without the Pokémon of course :) all in all, summary to my story, this is by far my favorite game of all time, and it will be severely missed. I will play it until it’s the last day. Thank you Pokémon for such a great game and a wonderful time :D

pokerplaya22
Jan 25, 2018

I know people complain about the randomness of the wheel, but this is a novelty of this game. No matter how powerful the opponent’s figures are, there is always a chance that they will miss and you can knock them out. Or you could actually STRATEGIZE and use figures that have moves such as Grass Knot* which knock out figures with 120 attack or higher, Counter which knocks out the opponent if they have 20 Attack or more, and Heavy Slam* which knocks the opponent out if they have MP3 or higher. If there were set moves that people could choose to use each turn, then the players with the best figures would always win. It keeps the game random and makes players want to play more instead of give up. And the EX figures are SUPPOSE to be hard to obtain. I know they give gems out every now and then but if you collect enough you can always get new EX Pokémon. You just really have to commit to the game. I have played this game since it released in America and there have been plenty of times when they have given out 50 or 100 gems at a time and sometimes along with free EX figures. The developers are very generous to committed players, you just have to put in the time to play. Side Note: I have also run out of space for AI tickets since I never use them. Can they be exchanged for something else of value, preferably maybe exp for figures or Material? Thanks!

humukid
Feb 15, 2019

This game gives me pain when I play it. The game just released a new update making you able to pay money to get tons of new figure which are always better than the old ones, making people like me not able to beat these players. Also, if you say any figure can be beaten because of a miss, your wrong. I have level 12 figures who seem to loose to level 5 figures and I try to use good strategies but strength of newer figures beats strategy. Also, if your strategy revolve around purple attacks, 10 out of 9.8 times you will miss the purple attack even though it is like half your figure. The game may be luck with the wheel but I seem to loose even to a opponent with worse figures. I think the game is rigged or just does not like me because I always get the attack I do not want and I loose all the time. If you want to fix this game, make an update that does not make it pay to win like a powered update did. Also when a update comes out, buff some of the older figures so older players that are not pay to win with older figures have a chance. Finally, somehow make the game less random. I seem to make myself cry because my figures never get the right attacks I want them to even though the attack is most of the wheel. This game makes me very frustrated whenever I play it. The only time when I actually enjoyed it was when the game first came out because the exs were easier to get and more balanced so it made up for the randomness.

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Important: Termination of Service
Pokémon Duel game service will be terminated as of 10/31/2019 at 01:59 (UTC).
For details on the end of service, please see the in-game Information.
Thank you for your support. We realize that it's not long until the end of service, but we hope you'll continue to enjoy Pokémon Duel to the very end.
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It's a Pokémon board game! Get matched up in real time and join a duel now!

■ Intro

Pokémon Duel is a strategy board game that uses Pokémon figures. Build a deck with your favorite figures and

then leap into a League Match! Compete with players from around the world for a chance to enter the top League rankings in League Matches. You'll fight your rivals in real time! Win duels, get all kinds of cool figures and items, and make your deck stronger!

The rules are simple! The object is to be the first player to get one of your figures to your opponent's goal. How will you get to the goal? You'll need to carefully choose your route! In duels, you and your opponent take turns moving your figures. Set up a strategic formation and attack your opponent, or simply block their path—it's all about tactics! Plan your strategy and defeat your opponents in this game of cat and mouse!

In duels, your deck is composed of 6 Pokémon figures. There are all kinds of figures, each with different moves and abilities. Keep this in mind as you build your own custom deck!

Make use of your custom deck and the AI! The AI is a reliable ally who will determine good moves and take your turn for you. Make full use of the AI and crush your opponents!


■ Price
This app is free to play.
It includes some paid items.


■ Player Pass
The Player Pass is a service that allows you to receive a variety of rewards for $16.99 USD per month.

• Price and duration
$16.99 USD per month
The Player Pass auto-renews for this amount each month.

• Rewards
Reward 1: For each one-month period that you stay subscribed, you can get at least six figures of your choice (to a maximum of ten).
Reward 2: Your Monthly Point Rewards are upgraded.
Reward 3: You can get a discount when you purchase figures.
Early purchase reward: You can get [EX] Celebi if you purchase the Player Pass within the first 14 days after you clear the tutorial.
Startup reward: Your figure and plate boxes are expanded by 1,000.

• Monthly auto-renewal
The Player Pass auto-renews on the day it expires.
If you do not want it to auto-renew, please cancel at least 24 hours before the day it expires.
The charges are billed to the iTunes account that you are logged into.
A usage fee is billed to your iTunes account within 24 hours of auto-renewal.

• Subscription period and cancellation (canceling auto-renewal)
You can confirm the subscription period for your Player Pass or cancel it via the below.
Settings > [your name] > iTunes & App Store > [your Apple ID] > View Apple ID > Subscriptions
You can also confirm, cancel, or set up auto-renewal through iTunes itself.


■ Notes
- Terms of Use
https://www.pokemon-comaster.jp/eula/eula_re.html

- Privacy Notice
https://www.pokemon-comaster.jp/pp_en.html

- Device settings
You may not be able to launch this application, depending on your device’s settings and/or how it is used. In order to maintain fairness among players, some functions may become inaccessible if certain operations (such as jailbreaking) have been performed.

- Before making purchases
iOS version 8 or higher is required for this application. Available features may depend on your device’s iOS version.
Please make sure that you can use the free-of-charge features of this product with no issues on your device before you make purchases.
Certain devices and/or configurations may also cause the application to fail to work.

- For inquiries
Please visit support.pokemon.com to report issues about Pokémon Duel.