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Pokémon Quest

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Pokémon Quest
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Developer(s): Game Freak
Publisher(s): Nintendo/The Pokémon Company
Platform: Nintendo Switch
Category: Action
Players: 1
Release dates
N. America: May 29, 2018 (Switch)
June 27, 2018 (Mobile)
Japan: May 30, 2018 (Switch)
June 27, 2018 (Mobile)
Europe: May 30, 2018 (Switch)
June 27, 2018 (Mobile)
Australia: May 30, 2018 (Switch)
June 27, 2018 (Mobile)
S. Korea: June 18, 2018 (Switch)
June 27, 2018 (Mobile)
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Pokémon Quest is a free to start game in the Pokémon series, released for both Nintendo Switch and mobile.


Welcome to Tumblecube Island, where Pokémon™ have been turned into cubes?

Set off for adventure in the Pokémon™ Quest game. Venture out with your Pokémon buddies on expeditions across Tumblecube Island in search of loot in this free-to-start action-adventure for the Nintendo Switch™ system. Modify your Pokémon buddies with discovered Power Stones to make your ultimate expedition team.

With a cube-shaped art style, Pokémon™ Quest is unlike any Pokémon game you've seen before. The simple gameplay makes it easy to hop into expeditions and start exploring Tumblecube Island with the help of your Pokémon buddies. Afterwards, head back to your base camp where you can use the loot you found during your adventure to befriend more Pokémon. Attract various Kanto Region Pokémon to your base camp by cooking up dishes made with collected ingredients! You can even decorate your base camp with fun items that provide helpful bonuses that make your expeditions more beneficial.


In this game, set on the Tumblecube Island, the player prepares teams of Pokémon and battles them on maps while exploring the island. Battling is automatic and much simpler than the core games, however Pokémon can be called away. The Pokémon can level up, but one of the greatest influences on their stats are Power Stones. The number of Power Stones that can be attached to a Pokémon may vary, and more Power Stones can be attached as the Pokémon gains levels. The player can obtain items, as well as cooking items to attract and obtain more Pokémon. The game can be played for free, but with added items and Pokémon available through microtransactions.

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