PokéNews (March 8): Pokémon Shuffle update

Today’s Pokémon news: Pokémon Shuffle gets a major update, but also…

  • Pokémon Puppet Show
  • Pokémon no Uchi Atsumaru?!
  • Pokémon Ga-Olé

Pokémon Shuffle

Today, Pokémon Shuffle received a major update, that brings the Nintendo 3DS version to Ver. 1.4.1., and adds Pokémon from the Alola region. But that’s not all this update does: it also adds some new features, and makes a substantial amount of changes.

Here’s the list of changes, as compiled by Serebii:

  • Pokémon from the Alola region added
  • more Event Pokémon added
  • an icon displayed next to the stage number indicates if that stages offers items (such as Personal Skill Booster)
  • a special icon is now displayed next to Competitive stages
  • various Pokémon sprites have been updated (Tyranitar, Ho-Oh, Gengar)
  • added a functionality for using multiple Enhancements immediately
  • you can now tap a Mission Card in order to be taken to the corresponding stage(s) right away
  • when sorting Pokémon by Attack Power or Level, they are automatically sorted from Highest to Lowest
  • added requirements for playing Event Stages (see below for more details)
  • the abilities Prank and Mind Zap do not activate during Disruption Delay, or if a Pokémon is hit by a status condition.

Also, as of March 14th, you need to meet certain requirements in order to play Event Stages. The requirements are as follows:

  • Clear Stage 11: unlocks ☆ difficulty event levels and Meowth & Victini stages
  • Clear Stage 90: unlocks ☆☆ and ☆☆☆ difficulty event stages, and the Eevee Skill Booster stage
  • Clear Stage 120: unlocks ☆☆☆☆ difficulty event stages, Competitive Stages, and Pokémon Safari
  • Clear Stage 135: unlocks Escalation Battle stages
  • Clear Stage 150: unlocks ☆☆☆☆ difficulty event stages

The Pokémon Shuffle Updates page has been created!

Source: Serebii

Pokémon Puppet Show

Here’s the latest video for the Pokémon Puppet Show:

Pokémon no Uchi Atsumaru?!

Here’s the preview for the next episode of Pokémon no Uchi Atsumaru?!, airing this Sunday in Japan:


Pokémon Ga-Olé

Here’s the latest video for Pokémon Ga-Olé, on Arcade:




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