The game is going to be known as Pokemon Scramble SP in Japan, where it will be rolled out shortly. Internationally, the game will be called Pokemon Rumble Rush also it is a’fast-paced action game that expects users to conquer a large number of enemy Pokemon with their selection of favourite Pokemon.’ According to the Play Store listing, users can update their Pokemon, collect them, and even examine their Pokemon skills in a group battle.
The Pokemon Rumble Rush Play Store list suggests that the game will work on devices that run on either Android 4.4 or greater and are powered by the Snapdragon 410 processor and higher. Though you may download the game for free, in-app purchases range from $0.99 to $24.99. The summary details that the Pokemon from the game could be controlled with one hand and assaulting another Pokemon will simply require the participant to tap on the screen. Users may collect and upgrade Pokemon as they progress in the game.
There’s something called the Super Boss Rush which permits players to earn meaty rewards. To acquire this Super Boss Rush, players may need different types of strong Pokemon with different skills to defeat the Super Bosses. The game is created on a background of seas and islands, and users can explore these and discover new Pokemon on the way.
This soft launching in Australia was first seen by Android Police, and it hints at an official announcement soon. The Japanese website says the sport will roll out soon on Android and iOS apparatus, but does not give out an exact timeline.