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Pokémon Quest is the latest RPG Pokemon adaptation game for mobile devices. As earlier announced, since June 18’ the Pokemon Quest app is available for free on both iOS and Android platforms. The app is developed by The Pokemon Company and is already leading the gaming world charts since its recent release. The story is located in Tumblecube Island, which you’ll have to explore with the help of your Pokemons. The game has you becoming friends with the gorgeous creatures instead of just catching them. The adventure pledges much action and striking interaction within a beautifully created landscape of a Pokémon world. Pokémon Quest gets the familiar creatures from the first generation, turns them into cubes, and delivers them into a impressive strategy gaming experience. You select a group of three characters from your collection and guide them through the levels. The game is more strategic than just simply choosing your best Pokémon, as each of the 10 worlds gives a significant boost of abilities to a specific Pokémon type. I.e a team of fire Pokémons might stand out of one world, but they wouldn’t be the best choice for a world filled with water-oriented Pokemons.
With a cube-shaped art style, Pokémon Quest seems unlike any Pokémon game you’ve seen before. The simple gameplay makes it easy to start exploring through Tumblecube Island with the help of your Pokémons in order to seduce more and more buddies over time. When you’ve gathered a team you don’t actually get to control them. Instead, they wander around fluently on their own in the environment as you watch. Just as they spot another Pokémon they’ll eventually charge ahead and start fighting in little simulated real-time mixed with turn-based battles. The only control you get is that you can tell each Pokémon whenever to use their special moves. That includes electricity bursts from Pikachu, spin attacks with Eevee, wind gusts with Pidgey, and so on. You can as well modify your Pokémons with discovered Power Stones to make them a solid force of your expedition team. Other than that, you might as well just not even be playing a game at all. The most ardent feature for all the gamers out there is that the game doesn’t require a persistent Internet connection to play and that’s a pretty great release after all.
Pokémon Quest is a game clearly designed for mobile phones first and foremost. The game is free to download and to play, while featuring, as mostly expected, optional in-app purchases. Since Pokémon Quest uses an energy system, in which it artificially limits how many actions you can take at any given time before needing to wait and recharge or spend real money, you’ll be tempted often to spend some actual cash. In the bottom line, Pokémon Quest will most likely remain a hit for a long time. Following the viral Pokemon Go, this latest initiative from the japanese creators owns just what it takes to remain at the top of the gaming communities around the globe. If you get stuck in the game here is the video walkthrough and gameplay of the game: