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New challenges are now live in Pokémon Shuffle and Pokémon Shuffle Mobile, highlighted with a Meloetta competitive stage. Here’s the rundown of what’s taking place:

  • 10 Raise Max Level, 5 Mega Speedup, 1 Skill Swapper: Top 100 EU/JP
  • 8 Raise Max Level, 4 Mega Speedup, 1 Skill Swapper: Top 300 EU/JP
  • 6 Raise Max Level, 3 Mega Speedup, 1 Skill Swapper: Top 500 EU/JP
  • 4 Raise Max Level, 2 Mega Speedup, 1 Skill Swapper: Top 900 EU/JP
  • 2 Raise Max Level, 2 Mega Speedup, 1 Skill Swapper: Top 1,800 EU/JP
  • 1 Raise Max Level, 1 Mega Speedup, 1 Skill Swapper: Top 3,600 EU/JP
  • 1 Mega Speedup, 1 Skill Booster M, 1 Skill Swapper: Top 5,400 EU/ JP
  • 1 Mega Speedup, 1 Disruption Delay, 1 Skill Swapper: Top 7,200 EU/JP
  • 1 Attack Power, 1 Skill Swapper: Top 9,000 EU/JP
  • 1 Attack Power, 1 Disruption Delay: Top 13,000 EU/JP
  • 1 Attack Power: All other players
  • There are also new stages for Escavalier, Accelgor, Genesect, Wobuffet (Female), and Keldeo (Resolute Form), as well as a repeat run for Tornadus (Incarnate Form). The Keldeo battle is an escalation battle that will run until April 11, while all the others will run until April 4. The Tornadus stage can only be played once a day.

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    Pokémon Shuffle’s weekly update has arrived, with the highlight being a safari that features some unique Pikachu. The safari will let you catch two Pikachu, Kimono Boy and Kimono Girl, along with Krabby, Kingler, Goldeen, Seaking, Plusle, and Minun. There is also a new stage for Hydreigon, as well as repeat runs for Reshiram and Black Kyruem. The Hydreigon stage will run until March 28, while the other stages will run until April 4.

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    Pokémon Shuffle’s weekly update has arrived, bringing a new Mega Stone competition for Garchompite, as well as regular stages.

    The Mega competition pits players against Mega Garchomp for Garchompite. The competition will run until March 21, and prizes are as follows:

  • Garchompite, 5 Raise Max Level, 5 Mega Speedup: Top 200 EU/300 NA
  • Garchompite, 4 Raise Max Level, 4 Mega Speedup: Top 500 EU/700 NA
  • Garchompite, 3 Raise Max Level, 3 Mega Speedup: Top 1,000 EU/1,500 NA
  • Garchompite, 2 Raise Max Level, 2 Mega Speedup: Top 2,000 EU/3,000 NA
  • Garchompite, 1 Raise Max Level, 1 Mega Speedup: Top 4,000 EU/6,000 NA
  • Garchompite, 1 Mega Speedup, 1 Skill Booster M: Top 6,000 EU/9,000 NA
  • Garchompite, 1 Disruption Delay, 1 Exp. Booster L: Top 9,000 EU/13,000 NA
  • Garchompite, 1 Disruption Delay: Top 12,000 EU/18,000 NA
  • 1 Attack Power, 1 Disruption Delay: Top 16,000 EU/24,000 NA
  • 1 Attack Power: All other players
  • The two costumed Pikachu stages feature the mouse in Lugia and Ho-oh costumes. Capturing Pikachu will be easier as more days pass. There is also a new stage featuring Chesnaught, one for Giratina Origin Forme, and a repeat run of a Dialga stage. The Chesnaught stage will run until March 21, while the others will run until the 28th.

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    Update: More details about the update:

    There’s now restrictions on when certain types of Event stages can be played as of March 14th
    Defeat Stage 11 – Unlocks ☆ difficulty levels and Meowth & Victini stages
    Defeat Stage 90 – Unlocks ☆☆ & ☆☆ difficulty event stages as well as the Eevee Skill Booster stage
    Defeat Stage 120 – Unlocks ☆☆☆☆ difficulty event stages, Competitive Stages and Pokémon Safari
    Defeat Stage 135 – Unlocks Escalation Battle stages
    Defeat Stage 150 – Unlocks ☆☆☆☆☆ difficulty event stages
    The abilities Prank and Mind Zap have also been altered so that they won’t activate during Disruption Delay or a Pokémon is hit by a status condition
    Competitive stages now have a new golden icon, separating them
    Mission Cards will now take you to the stage in question when you tap on them
    When you unlock and EX stage, it tells you what Pokémon it is
    Sorting Pokémon has been made easier. Sorting by Attack Power and Level will automatically sort Highest to Lowest


    Original: A new update for Pokemon Shuffle is out now. The game has been updated to version 1.4.

    Thus far, we’re hearing that there’s now has a present icon next to stage numbers where you can earn Personal Skill Boosters or other items in the game. We’ll bring you additional details as we get them.

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    Pokémon Shuffle’s weekly update has arrived, bringing a few new challenges and some repeats. A new Amoonguss stage has begun, and repeat stages for Greninja and Palkia are available as well. There is also a safari stage, which is a repeat for the most part, featuring Staryu, Starmie, Gible, Gabite, Garchomp, Phione, and Furfrou. It also features a rare chance to get Manaphy (Winking), which is a new addition for this run.

    The Greninja stage will run until March 14, while the other stages will all run until the 21st.

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    Pokemon Shuffle’s weekly update features multiple legendary Pokemon: Darkrai, Cressella, and the lake guardian trio, Mesprit, Azelf, and Uxie. All of these competitions will run until March 14. The Darkrai battle is an Escalation battle, so the battle become more difficult but the odds of capture increase the more times you beat it. The Mesprit battle can only be faced once a day, though the odds of capture increase each day.

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    Pokémon Shuffle’s weekly update is here, with the main highlight being a Mega Competition, in which players can potentially win a Meteorite (able to Mega-evolve Rayquaza to Mega-Rayquaza). To earn the Meteorite, players must face a Shiny Mega Rayquaza in a fast-paced battle. The competition will run until February 28. Players will earn rewards based on their ranking, with the prizes as follows:

  • Meteorite, 10 Raise Max Level, 10 Mega Speedup: Top 100 EU/150 NA
  • Meteorite, 7 Raise Max Level, 7 Mega Speedup: Top 200 EU/300 NA
  • Meteorite, 5 Raise Max Level, 5 Mega Speedup: Top 500 EU/700 NA
  • Meteorite, 4 Raise Max Level, 4 Mega Speedup: Top 900 EU/1,300 NA
  • Meteorite, 3 Raise Max Level, 3 Mega Speedup: Top 1,900 EU/2,700 NA
  • Meteorite, 2 Raise Max Level, 2 Mega Speedup: Top 3,800 EU/5,400 NA
  • Meteorite, 1 Raise Max Level, 1 Mega Speedup: Top 5,700 EU/8,100 NA
  • Meteorite, 1 Mega Speedup, 1 Skill Booster M: Top 7,600 EU/11,000 NA
  • Meteorite, 1 Disruption Delay, 1 Exp. Booster L: Top 9,400 EU/13,000 NA
  • 1 Attack Power, Disruption Delay, Exp. Booster L: Top 11,000 EU/16,000 NA
  • 1 Attack Power, 1 Disruption Delay: Top 13,000 EU/19,000 NA
  • 1 Attack Power: All other players
  • Anyone who already owns the Meteorite but qualifies for it will receive a Level Up.

    There are also stages for Cradily, Armaldo, and Terrakion. All of these will also run until the 28th.

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    Serebii has posted on Twitter the very first images of the next batch of new Pokémon that will appear in Pokémon Shuffle. Though the Alola starters appear fully detailed, the other image shows the silhouettes of some other Pokémon from the Sun and Moon versions.

    Who are those Pokémon?

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    Pokémon Shuffle’s latest update adds new main stages to the game, as well as the usual special stages. Starting with Stage 531, players will be able to take on new challenges.

    The special stages have also updated. Up first is the latest Mega Challenge, running until February 21. Players will face off against Mega Gardevoir for a chance to win Gardevoirite. The prizes are as follows:

  • Gardevoirite, 5 Raise Max Level, 5 Mega Speedup: Top 200 EU/300 NA
  • Gardevoirite, 4 Raise Max Level, 4 Mega Speedup: Top 500 EU/700 NA
  • Gardevoirite, 3 Raise Max Level, 3 Mega Speedup: Top 1,000 EU/1,500 NA
  • Gardevoirite, 2 Raise Max Level, 2 Mega Speedup: Top 2,000 EU/3,000 NA
  • Gardevoirite, 1 Raise Max Level, 1 Mega Speedup: Top 4,000 EU/6,000 NA
  • Gardevoirite, 1 Mega Speedup, 1 Skill Booster M: Top 6,000 EU/9,000 NA
  • Gardevoirite, 1 Disruption Delay, 1 Exp. Booster L: Top 9,000 EU/13,000 NA
  • Gardevoirite, 1 Disruption Delay: Top 12,000 EU/18,000 NA
  • 1 Attack Power, 1 Disruption Delay: Top 16,000 EU/24,000 NA
  • 1 Attack Power: All other players
  • The other stages are a Cobalion event (running until February 21), a Volcanion Escalation battle, Smiling Pikachu, and a safari (each running until February 28). The safari will feature Sandshrew, Sandslash, Barboach, Whiscash, Zigzagoon, Linoone, and Shiny Rayquaza.

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    Pokemon Shuffle’s weekly update is here, and it is getting into the Valentine’s Day mood with an enamored Pikachu and many winking Pokemon. The Pikachu (Enamored) stage will run until February 21. The stage can only be played once a day, but the chance of catching Pikachu increase each day.

    There is also a rotation that will change daily that will run on every weekday through next week. It features Winking varieties of Pokemon, starting with Audino today, then Togetic on Wednesday, Carbink on Thursday, Swirlix on Friday, and finally Slurpuff on Monday.

    Finally, Wigglytuff (Winking), Togekiss (Winking), and Shaymin all have stages that run until February 21.

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