Alolan Region Pokémon Join Pokémon Shuffle

Tuesday, April 25th, 2017

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In a new press release put out today it was announced that Alolan Pokémon from Pokémon Sun and Moon would be joining Pokémon Shuffle, the Pokémon Companies own take on the match three puzzle game genre.

Spacial stages will also be available for a limited time to give players the chance to catch the Alolan starters. Litten’s stage is available now until May 9th, Popplio’s from the 9th to the 23rd, and Rowlet’s from the 23rd to June 6th. In addition to that if you log in from May 2nd to the 30th you’ll get Alolan Vulpix to add to your roster of little Poké friends.

Pokémon Shuffle is available for free on Nintendo 3DS, Android, and iOS.  Checkout the press release and trailer below:

New Alola-themed stages and new Pokémon that hail from the Alola region are now available in Pokémon Shuffle, a free puzzle game available for the Nintendo 3DS family of systems as well as mobile devices.

For a limited time, special stages will provide the chance to get Alola’s first partner Pokémon. Play Litten’s special stage until May 9, Popplio’s special stage from May 9 through May 23, and Rowlet’s special stage from May 23 through June 6 to try to capture these cool Pokémon.

Also, be sure to log in to your game between May 2 and May 30 to get a special gift – Alolan Vulpix will join your collection!


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