Pokémon news (June 7): Pokémon Shuffle / Mew distribution

Today’s Pokémon news:

  • Pokémon Shuffle
  • Pokémon Sun and Moon [Update!]
  • Pokémon Elections [Update!]
  • Mew distribution
  • Battle competition
  • Pokémon Comaster

Pokémon logoPokémon Shuffle

Today, some new content for Pokémon Shuffle went live:

  • a special stage featuring Kingdra is now available, until June 21st;
  • the special stage featuring Landorus is back until June 14th. Each day, this Pokémon becomes easier to catch;
  • the special stage featuring Beedrill is back until June 21st;
  • the special stage featuring Uxie is back until June 21st;
  • the 5th batch of Daily Pokémon (Maractus, Dunsparce, Qwilfish, Durant, and Heatmor) are back until June 21st.

Also, rewards are being sent out to players who participated in the Mega Abomasnow challenge. As usual, the reward you get depends on your overall rank at the end of the competition:

  1. Top 500 players in Europe, Top 700 players in North America, Top 2,000 players in Japan = Abomasite + 2 Mega Speedups;
  2. Top 2,500 players in Europe, Top 3,500 players in North America, or Top 10,000 players in Japan = Abomasite + Mega Speedup;
  3. Top 15,000 players in Europe, Top 22,000 players in North America, Top 60,000 players in Japan = Abomasite;
  4. Top 20,000 players in Europe, Top 30,000 players in North America, or Top 80,000 players in Japan = Attack Power.
  5. Not ranked = Disruption Delay.
  6. Already have the Abomasite = Raise Max Level.

You have until June 14th to get your reward.

Source: Serebii

Pokémon Sun and Moon

Pokémon Ga-Olé is the name of the latest Pokémon game on Arcade, and it will be launched in July in Japan. The game is played using Pokémon discs, and on those very discs, there’s a QR Code. It turns out that these QR Codes will be compatible with Pokémon Sun and Moon: you will be able to scan them, and add the Pokémon to your Pokédex.

Pokémon Sun and Moon (3DS) will be released on November 18th in Japan and North America, and November 23rd in Europe.

Source: Serebii

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Pokémon Elections

Today, the results of the Pokémon Elections (a special campaign promoting the latest Pokémon Movie, releasing on July 16th in Japan) were announced during a ceremony streamed live on LINE. Here’s the results:

  1. Greninja
  2. Arceus
  3. Mew
  4. Pikachu
  5. Sylveon

Fun fact: Simisear was the least popular Pokémon, since it was the one who received the least votes.

Greninja, who won the election, will be distributed in theatres from July 16th, with Pokémon The Movie: Volcanion and the Ingenious Magearna. It will be holding a Master Ball. More details about the Pokémon and the distribution will be revealed in the next issue of CoroCoro magazine, which comes out next week in Japan.

The magazine will also have a contest, allowing fans to win a special New Nintendo 3DS XL model.

Source: Serebii

Mew distribution

Heads up for European players: the special Mew distribution via serial code is live once again. You can use the following code to get your very own Mew (in Pokémon X, Y, Omega Ruby, Alpha Sapphire): MEW2016.

Source: Serebii

Battle competition

Heads up for players who participated in the Johto Classic: Whitney’s Miltank is now available via the Pokémon Global Link to all qualifying players. You have until July 31st to get your Pokémon.

Source: Serebii

Pokémon Comaster

Today, Pokémon Comaster received a new update. It brings the following:

  • Concept Trevo (available until June 14th): special Trevo Shop with higher drop rates (EX = 1%, R = 3%, UC = 5.2%);
  • New figures: Turtwig, Bagon, Machamp to the Trevo;

Also, thanks to this update, you can reset the challenges from June 25th. If you do so, you can complete them again, in order to get 3 Diamonds per challenge (up to 120 Diamonds in total).

Source: Serebii

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