When you’re on a good thing is not difficult to exploit them, which is the reason why there is a growing list of spin-off video games that the Pokemon name. One of those spin-off series is Pokemon Rumble. There are four Rumble games are so far spread out between the 3DS and Wii U, but the next is on its way to mobile platforms is the new name of Pokeland.
All of the previous Pokemon Rumble games are made by the Tokyo-developer Ambrella, published by The Pokemon Company, and distributed by Nintendo. It seems as though that is set to continue for Pokeland.
The game already has its own Japanese website, which confirms a alpha test of the game launching on Android today. The official launch will happen on Android and iOS after the alpha test ends on 9 June.
According to Eurogamer, Nintendo is more intensively involved in this mobile game Pokemon because Pokeland makes use of Nintendo’s account system. There is also a suggestion can be what My Nintendo rewards because of that. If so, it will only add to the popularity of the game when it launches.
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As for the gameplay, you can expect a very similar experience 3DS Pokemon Rumble games. Players control a Pokemon and fight other Pokemon, while making their way through the dungeons and enclosed arenas. So it is at least offering a different experience to Pokemon and the recently released Magikarp Jump mobile games.
Just like in the other Pokemon titles, Pokeland is only confirmed for release in Japan at this time, but will definitely make the transition to the U.S. and Europe.
This article originally appeared on PCMag.com.