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Pokemon Rumble Rush

Pokemon Rumble Rush is about a month out from its shutdown date. However, before things end, the mobile title will be updated to version 1.6.0.

The following additions and changes are in the pipeline:

Pokemon Rumble Rush will be coming to a close in just a few months. According to an in-app notice, service will end on July 22 at 1:59 UTC.

Here’s a look at upcoming events leading up to the game’s end:

After being available on Android devices for the past two months, Pokemon Rumble Rush is finally available for download on IOS.


My Nintendo members have a new way to spend their points. With the recent release of Pokemon Rumble Rush on mobile, a new set of rewards is now available.

Here’s the full set:

Last week, Pokemon Rumble Rush saw an initial launch in Australia. The game is now live in many more regions across the globe, so users in North America and Europe should now be able play more easily. Just like last week, it’s only up on Android at present.

Version 1.0.3 has also rolled out which includes bug fixes to prevent crashes, a fix to a glitch where the Pokedex showed Pokemon as not caught despite being caught, and updated Terms of Service. Unfortunately, we’re hearing that there’s a game breaking bug where players are unable to tap any ore in the Refinery screen to remove it or open it. This can currently be addressed by deleting ore in the waiting area.


Earlier today, Pokemon Rumble Rush was revealed for mobile. Take a look at a bunch of footage captured by IGN below.

Pokemon Rumble is currently out now on Android in Australia. All major regions should be getting the game soon on both iOS and Android.

A couple of years ago, PokeLand was revealed for mobile platforms. A small beta test was held, and the game promptly dropped off the radar. Two years later, it has returned as “Pokemon Rumble Rush”.

Here’s an overview of the game: