The game is a mobile version of the Pokemon Rumble Series, which saw games for the 3DS and the Wii U. The series is basically Pokemon's version of a beat em up style game, where players fight with their Pokemon to gain in game currency and get new and more powerful Pokemon. It was previously announced in 2017 under a different name-Pokeland-before disappearing into the abyss. As with most of Nintendo's mobile games, Pokemon Rumble Rush is billed as a "free-to-start" title, with the option of buying in-game items using real money. According to The Verge, the game came with no announcement and just appeared today available for download in the Australian Google Play Store. The islands of the video game will transform every two weeks, supplying a constant turning of new Pokemon to collect and also brand-new difficulties. It's coming to iOS, and Android.
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Developer Ambrella promises a unique experience for fans of the Rumble games. As for when the rest of the world will get to play the game, they have not given us a date yet but it should not be too long. You are on an island which sees a high number of Bulbasaur and you can also attack the opposite pokemon by tapping on them. "Travel to unknown islands, battle wild Pokémon, and discover valuable items in this rollicking mobile expedition". Power gears raise a Pokemon's stats and help it with battles, and summon gears let a Pokemon temporarily summon another Pokemon for battle. For winning Super Boss Rush, you need many different types of Pokemon collected from your journey through the islands and seas. Apart from running his own consulting firm.