Pokemon Rumble Blast, the first Pokemon game created exclusively for the Nintendo 3DS system, is an action-packed Pokemon adventure in 3D!
Battle against waves of opponents, connect and play with friends, and collect more than 600 different Toy Pokemon!
As you advance through each stage in Pokemon Rumble Blast, your Toy Pokemon will face dozens of Pokemon at once in fast and furious real-time battles! You'll also run into giant Boss Pokemon, whose massive size and strength will make them especially tough to defeat-and who can become powerful allies if you're lucky!
Pokemon Rumble Blast lets you connect wirelessly with your friends in two ways. You can use a local wireless connection to launch cooperative play mode, where you can team up to battle through levels and befriend defeated Toy Pokemon more easily. Or, you can use the StreetPass feature of the Nintendo 3DS system to challenge the Toy Pokemon collections of nearby players and to view other players' Mii characters in your game.
You can collect more than 600 kinds of Toy Pokemon in Pokemon Rumble Blast, including those from the recently released Pokemon Black Version and Pokemon White Version games. Switch between the various Toy Pokemon you collect to discover the strengths and weaknesses of each Pokemon. Plus, some of the Pokemon you befriend will have special stats and abilities!
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