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Pokémon Shuffle

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Pokémon Shuffle
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Pokémon Shuffle Mobile
ポケとる スマホ版
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Developer(s): Genius Sonority
Publisher(s): Nintendo
Platform: Nintendo 3DS, Mobile
Category: Puzzle
Players: 1
Release dates
N. America: February 18, 2015
Mobile: September 1, 2015
Japan: 3DS: February 18, 2015
Mobile: August 24, 2015
Europe: 3DS: February 18, 2015
Mobile: September 1, 2015
Australia: 3DS: February 18, 2015
Mobile: September 1, 2015
S. Korea: Mobile: January 20, 2015
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Pokémon Shuffle (known in Japan as Pokétoru) is a Pokémon series game for Nintendo 3DS and mobile devices (as Pokémon Shuffle Mobile).


Get ready for the latest Pokémon puzzle game! Match three or more Pokémon to clear them from the screen and damage the opponent Pokémon. But watch out—your moves are limited, so use them wisely! With no time limit, you can create the best matches to deal out maximum damage. With many popular Pokémon, including some Mega-Evolved Pokémon, this is the perfect puzzle game for fans and for new players who want to get in on the Pokémon fun.


Gameplay involves matching three Pokémon of the same species together to make them disappear and cause damage to enemies. The Pokémon can be caught to help in future battles. There are many stages to clear and registered Pokémon are also recorded. There are also bonus levels for special events from Nintendo Network.

The game is 'freemium'; in terms of free gameplay, only a restricted amount of gameplay time and hearts (used up every time the player attempts a round) are allowed. However, waiting some time will restore the hearts and time limit. These restrictions can be bypassed by purchasing Jewels with in-game currency, or obtaining some that are available for free.

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