- Biden wants to challenge Trump to a push-up contest 2 Months Ago
- Trump continues to tweet as House gears up to condemn his racist tweets 2 Months Ago
- Your therapist probably wouldn’t approve of this meme 2 Months Ago
- Batman Talisman finally lets the villains rule Gotham City Today 8:22 AM
- Controversial #ICEBae divides social media Today 8:22 AM
- Why Veronica Mars doesn’t drop any F-bombs in Hulu’s adult-rated revival Today 7:11 AM
- Netflix’s ‘Taco Chronicles’ will make your heart soar and mouth water Today 7:00 AM
- The view of Prime Day from Amazon’s warehouse strike Today 6:30 AM
- Conspiracy theorists think underground nukes are to blame for California’s earthquakes Today 6:30 AM
- How to follow along with San Diego Comic Con online Today 6:00 AM
- How to live stream the International Champions Cup Today 5:00 AM
- A police union is urging its officers to post ‘The Punisher’ logo Monday 7:33 PM
- Redditors call for a Nestlé boycott through memes Monday 6:16 PM
- How a 10-second Disney jingle became a meme in Thailand Monday 4:48 PM
- Instagram users share photos showing gruesome killing of 17-year-old Bianca Devins Monday 4:33 PM
Prepare for trouble.
Pokémon Go is still dutifully marching along with Detective Pikachu tie-ins, but a new monster has appeared on the horizon in the bountiful land of Australia. Pokémon Rumble Rush, previously announced as Pokéland in 2017, appeared today on the Australian Google Play Store.
It’s not the first in the Rumble series, although it is the first on smartphones. Pokémon Rumble Rush lets you drop a Pokémon into the world and battle hordes of other pokémon by tapping toward them, and each pokémon seems to have a limited set of moves that encourage you to swap them out. Imagine a much more basic version of the Dynasty Warriors games.
Pokémon Rumble Rush: What you need to know
Here’s a peek at the first 10 minutes of Pokémon Rumble Rush from YouTuber TheBabyofCakes.
It seems to follow the same general setup as the other Pokémon Rumble games, like Pokémon Rumble World or Pokémon Rumble Blast on the Nintendo 3DS.
An information page, translated from Japanese, says the game will eventually be available on iOS and Android. It was also developed by Ambrella, the developer behind all the previous Rumble games.
It’s far from the only upcoming Pokémon mobile game coming out in the near future. The same Nintendo team behind Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp and Super Mario Run have their own Pokémon game in the works for this financial year.
You can check out our review of Pokémon Quest, which came out for both mobile and the Nintendo Switch. It really puts the “OK” in Pokémon.
H/T The Verge
Joseph Knoop is a gaming writer for Daily Dot, a native Chicagoan, and a slave to all things Overwatch. He co-founded the college geek culture outlet ByteBSU, then interned at Game Informer, and now writes for a bunch websites his parents have never heard of.