New Pokemon Game For Smartphones Released
The world isn’t quite over the frenzy that Pokemon Go put it in yet and now we hear that there’s going to be a new Pokemon game for smartphones. One has just been launched by The Pokemon Company for iOS and Android. The company has decided to call this game Pokeland and it has only released it in limited beta and that too for players in Japan only at this point in time.
Pokeland isn’t a Pokemon Go sequel. It’s actually different from the augmented reality game that has taken the world by storm. Pokeland is an entirely different kind of game. It will make players fight with monsters across various levels.
The game is eventually going to feature 134 Pokemons spread across 54 levels on six different islands. The game currently allows beta players to access the first 15 levels only.
Ambrella has developed this game for iOS and Android. It’s the same studio that developed Pokemon Rumble for Nintendo Wii, WiiU and 3DS. Players need to keep in mind that they will need an internet connection to play this game and that they can use their Nintendo Account to sign in.
As previously mentioned, Pokeland is only available in Japan at this point in time and that too for the first 10,000 users who are able to download the app for iOS or Android. The beta ends June 9th so it remains to be seen if Pokeland is released internationally after that.