Pokemon Link: Battle! is a Nintendo 3DS game where players battle Pokemon to capture them through fast-paced puzzles.
When you catch a wild Pokemon, it is called a Link. Your goal in this game is to Link every last Pokemon. In Pokemon Link: Battle!, you must make matches of the same Pokemon from among all the many Pokemon that fill your Link Box-the large field of Pokemon on the lower screen. The Pokemon that appears on the top screen is the wild Pokemon that you are facing in battle. Line up three Pokemon in a row to clear your Pokemon from the box, and to attack and reduce the HP of the wild Pokemon that you face. When its HP reaches zero, you will be able to Link that Pokemon!
As time passes, the wild Pokemon will also lash out to attack you in return. When you're attacked by a wild Pokemon, the Link Box will lose some of its energy. The wild Pokemon you face may even try to get in your way! If the Link Box's energy reaches zero, it's game over. Pokemon Link: Battle! features all 718 Pokemon discovered to date, including those that just debuted in Pokemon X and Pokemon Y. And all of the Pokemon appearing in Pokemon Link: Battle! have a new look with cool and cute icons.
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