Pokemon Rumble Blast

Pokemon Rumble Blast

Pokemon Rumble Blast

Pokémon Rumble Blast features similar gameplay to its predecessor Pokémon Rumble, in which the player’s Pokémon explores various areas while battling enemy Pokémon. A boss Pokémon awaits at the end of each dungeon and the difficulty of each boss increases as the player progresses throughout the game. In this game there are towns in the area and each town has machines where you can buy new moves, release Pokémon when you have too many, and a fountain filled with Glowdrops that heal your Pokémon. In the game, Glowdrops are disappearing and you have to find out who took them and catch them. This game includes Toy Pokémon from the first five generations.A Pikachu switching with an Oshawott. When switching the player is delayed. Pokémon Rumble Blast also comes with the option to play against others wirelessly using StreetPass tagging. This allows the player to see other player’s Pokémon and Miis. The play starts in Toy Town where they are introduced to the mechanics of the game and the Battle Royale. After winning the Battle Royale, Toy Town’s Glowdrops have found to have been stolen. As the game progresses, the player will meet several pokémon that will contribute various roles to the story. The player will also venture across various towns, each with a different atmosphere. Eventually, the Glowdrop thief (Who is actually Coballion) is found, but he breaks the players wind-up key, delaying switch time. Later in the story, Coballion is encountered again at the World Axle, where he reveals that he has been stealing the Glowdrops to try and fix the World Axle, which has apparently been overrun with rust as well as the pokémon inside. As the player goes deeper into the World Axle, they realize that an entity named Dark Rust is the source of all the rust. Being protected by a force field, Dark Rust is seemingly invincible until Coballion sacrifices his key to destroy the field. After Coballion deactivates the force field, the player battles Dark Rust, and when it is defeated, the rust is removed from the World Axle and all the pokémon previously affected by it, and all the Glowdrop Fountains in the world are restored to normalcy once again.


Release Date : March 25, 2011
Publisher : Nintendo
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RAR File Size : 325MB







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