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The latest title in the Pokémon Rumble series appears as an app! Journey through many different islands and seas on a search for strong and rare Pokémon!<br><br>A world full of uncharted islands! Aided by strong Pokémon and a spirit of discovery, journey through uncharted islands that have many Pokémon!<br><br>• Enjoy fast-paced gameplay on the go<br>It's easy to control your Pokémon with one hand. Clear stages by controlling your Pokémon as it moves forward. If you see enemy Pokémon, you can attack by just tapping the screen. Tap to engage in exciting gameplay action!<br><br>• The islands and seas explored during your adventures change every two weeks<br>You may find unfamiliar and stronger Pokémon on new islands. So, journey through various islands and seas and collect more and more Pokémon!<br><br>• Upgrade Pokémon of your choice<br>You'll sometimes receive ore when you clear a stage. Refine ore to get power gears that you can use to make your Pokémon stronger. You may even be able to refine ore into a summon gear that calls forth a Pokémon to use a powerful move. Use power gears and summon gears to help your favorite Pokémon do well!<br><br>• Test your strength using the Pokémon you've collected<br>Occasionally, you can earn rewards by working your way through the Super Boss Rush. You'll need many different types of strong Pokémon to win each Super Boss Rush. Harness the power of the Pokémon you've collected from various islands and seas to defeat the powerful Super Bosses.<br><br>• Devices compatible with Pokémon Rumble Rush<br>Pokémon Rumble Rush is compatible with the following environments:<br>iOS 11 or higher.
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I really like this game, I did from the get go. However, it is extremely repetitive and at times it can be extremely frustrating. You have to keep revisiting the same areas of whatever land you’re at to collect the same type of Pokémon over and over in order to increase the CP of said type of Pokémon, in order to beat bosses and move on to find more Pokémon. There’s a time limit. Or. You can spend all your coinage to keep increasing their gears, but that gets old too, and doesn’t necessarily work in your favor. If you want to keep refining your ore in a “timely” manner, well... that’s not necessarily an option unless you keep buying PokéDiamonds... which to me, seems like a waste. Refining ore takes anywhere between 30 minutes to TEN hours. Unless you have PokéDiamonds or Tickets to do rapid refining. All over, I do like this game but just like any game, it has its quirks and things that I don’t necessarily like. I would recommend checking it out though.
I absolutely love this game, it’s simple, easy to understand, and by the looks of it will have much more to offer in the future but to be completely honest, it’s missing a lot of key features that keep it from being a “Pokémon” game. My number one grudge against this game is the missing aspect of leveling up Pokémon, not just because of the insanely high spike in enemy boss CP later on but more or less the fact that I have no opportunity to bond with my lovely little alien friends, you work so hard to get that one Pokémon you love with the best of the best when it comes to move selections, kit it out with the highest end equipment and two minutes later that Pokémon is deemed useless after beating a boss and now coming across higher CP catches. In Pokémon this wasn’t an issue, as you’d advance you obviously find higher quality Pokémon to add to your collection but whilst doing this, leveling up the ones you love personally added a touch of detail that made this franchise what it is today, whiteout that key feature, your simply left with a waste of a good opportunity. Now yes leveling up in this game CAN be overpowered if not given the attention it desires, but done correctly it can completely change this game and how you view your new critters. There’s a handful of other issues which is to happen with a new game but this is the most jaw dropping in my opinion.
Tbh the game itself feels like a fun concept, and I get that it’s just a simple tapping game in a rush style for quick gameplay. But part of Pokémon’s beauty is the ability to take a basic rock, paper, scissors mechanic and turn that into something fun with a bit of depth. This game feels like an unfinished beta at the moment. The gameplay itself is repetitive and about the only thing that feels like it changes are the numbers, the levels and the damage numbers. Which fine, that can work sometimes - but how you get there is even more important then and this game just does not deliver there. It’s the same thing over and over and over. There’s no rhythm to it either. Every new map area you hit the grind wall. You have 60 seconds to beat the boss and about a week to grind up your gears or catch a one in a million Pokémon perfect for your fight. Rinse and repeat. Enjoy sitting watching and waiting for your ore that’s either 30 min, 3 hrs, or 10 hrs. Honestly none will feel very rewarding, especially once your gears hit about lvl 9. The game just doesn’t scale, and it’s pace never changes or alters, neither do its mechanics. It doesn’t seem very thought out or feel like anyone really could have been bothered to care. Fun for a week or so of casual tapping and that’s about it right now.
I am enjoying this game as a "pick up and play for five minute spurts" sort of game, but sometimes I would like to try and get more involved but the game actively disincentives this though the combination of two key mechanics: The adventure map changes regularly AND you are limited to what you can catch through that specific map. I caught close to a hundred Pokemon last map! And not a single one of them can even be USED on this map. I can understand the decision to keep each limited time adventure challenging so veteran players don't just speed through, especially cause the game has a ranking system and over time would be impossible for newbies to catch up. But the problem is that the only thing TO do is the Adventure mode and the once-a-day boss rush. If there were more modes in the game where I can make use of my full Pokemon collection, I could easily bump this score up because the game itself is very fun. However, as is, I don't feel much desire to participate beyond the first few stages because there's no point in trying to capture a variety of strong Pokemon if they're all just going to sit in my box.
It’s actually not that bad! Movement happens automatically (as with most mobile games.) Tap to attack. Hold to charge for a more powerful attack. You can choose which enemy to target by tapping on them and can even dodge attacks so it’s not entirely a boring auto-play system. It’s still a mobile game, so I guess restricted movement is to be expected. There are years you can equip and upgrade which make your Pokémon stronger. There is also something called a summon gear which you can equip which, after defeating a few Pokémon, unleashes a powerful summon move. Graphics are very good, especially for a mobile game. The game outclasses all other rumble games in the graphics department for sure. There is also no energy system or other bull crap like that which is awesome! There is quite a bit of grinding, so if you don’t like that then this game isn’t for you. I personally don’t mind it. I just started playing, and I may update my review at a later date if things change. Loving it so far though!
Developed by The Pokemon Company.
Pokémon Rumble Rush is ranking in Games & Adventure & Action
Last update was at Nov 27, 2019and the current version is 1.4.0.
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Pokémon Rumble Rush have a 1 293a user reviews.
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