By Emily Perkins / February 18th, 2015
Oh my gosh, this makes me want to scream! *screams* That’s better! Anyways, before I had a total breakdown, I read the most amazing thing ever! Nintendo has done it yet again by releasing a new game called Pokémon Shuffle in Europe. What?! You have no idea what that is?! Trust me, you want to know about this game, I’m sure it’s only the most addicting thing you could ever play!
Pokémon Shuffle consists mainly of getting a match of three or more Pokémon in a line to both attack and move on into a selection of many challenging levels. Sure, I know what you’re thinking, “It’s just another matching game,” and that is where you’re wrong. The objective in this game is to demolish the amount of wild Pokémon’s HP to absolute zero with only a select number of moves. Do you think you have what it takes? Well, we’ll just have to find out, won’t we? Only the most skilled gamers will use the old Pokémon type-matching skills to make both defeating and capturing the wild Pokémon efficient.
If that’s not the best part, I can tell you what is. Nintendo eShop has Pokémon Shuffle available for literally no cost to you. Not only that, but you and your friends can venture through every part of game at no cost, too. At the start of the game, players start out with a grand total of five hearts, which one is taken for each stage you play. But no worries, the hearts regenerate in a certain amount of time if you run out. After that, you can keep truckin’ right along.
However, if you want to move on faster, there are some alternatives to choose from. One of these would be buying jewels by using the Nintendo eShop. What’s the point of jewels? Well, you can get a good sum of extra coins as well as being able to continue a match when you run out of moves. Jewels can be purchased for £0.89 each during the game. Although players need access to the Nintendo eShop to buy them, they are still of great value to the game and its participants. Sorry kids, but in order to buy from the Nintendo eShop you need to ask your parents or guardians if you can get something.
For additional information regarding Pokémon Shuffle, I suggest taking a gander at their website. In addition, you can also hit them up at their official Facebook page, Twitter, or even the Pokémon YouTube channel.
Source: Press Release
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