"Pokemon Shuffle," the freemium Pokemon puzzle video game, has received new events for its Nintendo 3DS and mobile versions, Serebii reported. The addition of such events has been a normal practice in "Pokemon Shuffle."
Apart from the regular events, it was also revealed that the game would be getting couple of new features like the Mission Cards and Skill Swapper item.
Here are the new stages that were added to "Pokemon Shuffle":
The Mega Gyarados stage: This is a competitive stage that allows players to grab the Mega Stone for Gyarados. It must be noted that only the top 19,000 in North America, 50,000 in Japan and 13,000 in Europe are eligible to get Gyaradosite. But those players who make to the top 3,700 in North America, 10,000 in Japan or 2,500 in Europe would be getting Mega Speedup. Those players who are in the top 1,100 in North America, 3,000 in Japan, 700 in Europe will be receiving both Mega Speedup and a Raise Max Level.
However, those who do not get Gyarados but are in the top 27,000 in North America, 70,000 in Japan, 18,000 in Europe would be getting an Attack Power and a Disruption Delay. Rest of the players will get an Attack Power. This event will be running until 5 July.
Raikou special event: This event fetches players Pokemon Raikou. The event lets players get Raise Max Levels and Raikou Skill Boosters. This event lasts until July 5.
Hitmonlee stage: This event has started and will last until July 12.
Ho-Oh stage: This event is having a repeat run and will be lasting until July 12. It may give players Ho-Oh Skill Boosters.
Daily Pokemon: Players can also make use of Daily Pokemon stage that features Rotom until July 12.
It was revealed that "Pokemon Shuffle" is celebrating the use of Raise Max Level by various Pokemon by distributing two Raise Max Levels.
Skill Swapper: This item will allow the player change Pokemon's skill to their choice. The Skill level resets to 1 when players change and there are only a select group of Pokemon that can undergo this change. They include Raikou, Entei, Suicune, Ho-Oh, Regirock, Celebi, Mew, Rotom, Gengar, Sableye, Ampharos, Eevee, Jolteon, Leafeon, Chespin, Tangela, Tangrowth, Phanpy, Donphan, Cubone, Fafetch'd, Pachirisu, Druddigon, Dedenne, Zoroark and Chandelure.
Mission Cards: These are a new addition to the game. They allow players to select a card and complete the mission by clearing a stage and fulfilling all the conditions that are written on the card.