Pokémon Rumble World

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Pokémon Rumble World
みんなのポケモンスクランブル
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North American boxart of Pokémon Rumble World
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Basic info
Platform: Nintendo 3DS
Category: Action RPG
Players: 1 player
Connectivity: StreetPass, SpotPass
Developer: Ambrella
Publisher: Nintendo
Part of: Generation VI side series
Ratings
CERO: A
ESRB: E10+
ACB: PG
OFLC: N/A
PEGI: 7
GRB: N/A
GSRR: N/A
Release dates
Japan: April 8, 2015 (eShop)
November 19, 2015 (retail)
North America: April 8, 2015 (eShop)
April 29, 2016 (retail)
Australia: April 8, 2015 (eShop)
January 23, 2016 (retail)
Europe: April 8, 2015 (eShop)
January 22, 2016 (retail)
South Korea: N/A
Hong Kong: N/A
Taiwan: N/A
Websites
Japanese: Official site
English: Official site
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Japanese boxart of Everyone's Pokémon Scramble
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Pokémon Rumble World (Japanese: みんなのポケモンスクランブル Everyone's Pokémon Scramble) is a freemium Nintendo 3DS game released in most regions on April 8, 2015 and is the fourth entry in the Pokémon Rumble series. The game is free to download, but features in-game microtransactions. The game was also later released as a retail product with all the available microtransactions already paid for. The game features all species of Pokémon available at the time of release. Mega Evolution, including the use of Primal Kyogre, Primal Groudon, and Mega Rayquaza, is also possible.

The title "Pokémon Rumble World" was originally discovered prior to its announcement due to receiving a classification from the Australian Classification Board.

Story

The game is set in the kingdom of toys. At the start of the game, the king greets the player's Mii, jealous of a magician who has 10 Pokémon, whereas the king only has one Pikachu. The King asks the player to borrow his Pikachu and to go catch Pokémon. The player's Mii leaves the palace via a hot-air balloon to collect wild Toy Pokémon and ends up in the King's Training Field.

When the player returns to the castle, the King dubs the player an official adventurer, "endorsed by the King himself", and the player emerges in the castle courtyard.

King's Training Field

Pokémon Location
Treecko Treecko Fourth area
(with Mii)
Torchic Torchic Third area
Mudkip Mudkip Boss area
Marshtomp Marshtomp Boss
Wurmple Wurmple Second area

In this stage, provided the player completes the stage, the player will always be able to collect a Torchic and a Treecko. The Wurmple, as well as the Mudkip and Marshtomp in the boss area are not able to be caught.

Castle Courtyard

Icon from the 3DS home menu and Miiverse community

The courtyard acts as the hub for the entire game. From here, the player can interact with recently caught Pokémon, several Mii characters, and access the various buildings to do different things, such as shopping or going on adventures.

While in the courtyard, the player controls a toy Pokémon and can switch Pokémon to prepare for their next adventure. In the courtyard, the player can press the A button next to a Mii or Pokémon to interact with it. Miis will generally offer to take the player to one of two daily "special treat" areas or to the last area visited. Occasionally, they will share items with the player, including Poké Diamonds. If the player interacts with his or her own Mii, that Mii will either feed the Pokémon, pet it, dance with the Pokémon by bobbing back and forth quickly, or invite the Pokémon to jump up and be held. Some Pokémon (particularly Legendary Pokémon such as Kyogre and Mewtwo), when invited to be held, will instead jump on the Mii, squashing it flat for a moment.

When not interacting with any other characters in the courtyard, pressing the A button will cause the Pokémon to look out at the player directly (as if looking at the camera filming the area). Pressing the B button causes it to hop up and down while making its cry, which can sometimes invite the player's Mii to chase it around; if the player refuses to interact with the Mii after a while, the Mii will look sad. Miis also can trip over their feet and fall to the ground with a surprised look, and sometimes retain that shocked expression or turn sad after getting back up.

Other player's Miis may visit the player's game through StreetPass and SpotPass, or by inviting them with the "Call Someone Online" feature which invites three Miis to the game and costs 10 Play Coins per use, but may be used for free once per day. Those Miis, upon being saved in a stage, may appear in the courtyard with their partner Pokémon (which will be recorded as seen in the Pokédex).

Up to four Miis can be in the courtyard at a time. Two of them will offer to take the player to the last stage the owner of that Mii visited via balloon as a "special treat". If the player has purchased the balloon where the stage is found, trips with that Mii on that day will cost 500Ⓟ until the stage has been cleared once. Afterwards, or if the balloon hasn't been purchased, the trip costs one 1 Poké Diamond instead. A third Mii will offer to take the player to the last stage they visited (excluding Changing Land or a stage visited through a Mii). This costs 1 Poké Diamond if the stage was an Entrance or Center area, 2 Poké Diamonds for a Back area, or 3 Poké Diamonds for a Special area. These Miis will automatically change to different saved Miis each day. The first Mii that was saved during the current day will appear as the fourth Mii in the courtyard. Occasionally, this Mii will give the player 1-3 Poké Diamonds. If one of the Miis currently in the courtyard visits the player's game again, it will be replaced or removed in the same way as if a new day had begun.

Adventurer Rank

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As the player obtains new species of Toy Pokémon, their Adventurer Rank will increase. As the Rank goes up, the wild Pokémon that can be found and obtained in standard stages become more powerful, more Balloons and items become available in the Shop, and new Challenges may be tried without waiting. Additionally, certain Traits and certain moves are only able to be found on wild Pokémon once the player's Rank is high enough.

Castle

This is where the King resides with various other characters introduced throughout the game. The primary reason for the player to visit the castle is to obtain challenges from the King; outside of challenges, the player can visit to see how many more new Pokémon species need to be caught in order to increase the player's Adventurerer Ranking. It also serves as the location the player begins the game in, with the King lending the player his own 35-37 Power Pikachu. This introductory phase is the only time the player can access the King's Training Field stage.

If the player releases the King's Pikachu, it will reappear at the King's side for subsequent visits. If the player holds on to it, it will not appear when visiting.

Challenges

Completing these goals give Poké Diamonds as well as other various items, such as clothing, frames, or backgrounds. Once a Challenge has been completed, that Challenge's hard mode (featuring opponents with higher Power) becomes available, and the next Challenge will become available on the next day. However, the next Challenge can be made available early if the player's Adventurer Rank is high enough. Once unlocked, each Challenge can be played or replayed as often as the player wishes. Each Poké Diamond reward can only be collected once; once all of the Diamond rewards have been obtained for a Challenge, there is no additional reward for further completion.

The awarding of Diamonds for challenges works as follows for all challenges:

  • Completing the main goal (in blue) earns five Diamonds.[note 1]
  • Completing any secondary objectives (e.g. don't destroy any forts, use only Fairy-type Pokémon, clear in hard mode) earns two Diamonds each.
  • If the main (blue) mission is not completed, no Diamonds are awarded for any other tasks and the "LOSE" ending comes up, at which point the player returns to the courtyard.
  1. In "The King's Adventure", completing the main goal earns the player 6 Diamonds. This may go with the King's comment after the mission: "Your reward will be greater than ever!"

A list of the challenges that the King will assign, the order they are assigned, and the awards available is as follows:

Challenge Early Access
Level
Target
Power
Goals Rewards
Magician's Challenge N/A 100+
  • Defeat the Boss.
  • Clear the battle within 150 seconds.
  • Destroy 10 or more objects.
  • Use a supereffective move.
  • Clear in hard mode.
First Errand 200+
  • Defeat the Boss.
  • Use both A and B moves.
  • Destroy 45 or more objects.
  • Clear the battle without getting trapped.
  • Clear in hard mode.
Royal Competition 11 300+
  • Win the Battle Royale.
  • Clear the battle within 80 seconds.
  • Achieve 20 or more combo.
  • Use a supereffective Fighting-type move.
  • Clear in hard mode.
Restaurant Opening 13 400+
  • Protect the Mii character.
  • Destroy 25 or more objects.
  • Use a supereffective Electric-type move.
  • Don't let any of your Pokémon be defeated.
  • Clear in hard mode.
  • Chef Outfit
Royal Competition, Round 2 15 480+
  • Win the Battle Royale.
  • Clear the battle without switching Pokémon.
  • Achieve 20 or more combo.
  • Use only Water-type Pokémon.
  • Clear in hard mode.
The Phantom Thief Appears 17 540+
  • Protect the Pokémon.
  • Destroy 5 or more objects.
  • Don't destroy any forts.
  • Use a supereffective Fairy-type move.
  • Clear in hard mode.
  • Timing Stop
Royal Competition, Round 3 19 640+
  • Win the Battle Royale.
  • Clear the battle without switching Pokémon.
  • Clear the battle within 120 seconds.
  • Use only Fire-type Pokémon.
  • Clear in hard mode.
The Dark Emperor's Army 21 ???
  • Defeat the Boss.
  • Destroy 20 or more objects.
  • Don't let any of your Pokémon be defeated.
  • Clear the battle within 120 seconds.
  • Clear in hard mode.
  • Magician Outfit
Royal Competition, Round 4 23 780+
  • Win the Battle Royale.
  • Clear the battle without switching Pokémon.
  • Achieve 40 or more combo.
  • Use only Grass-type Pokémon.
  • Clear in hard mode.
Catch the Garden Intruder 26 820+
  • Defeat the Boss.
  • Don't destroy any forts.
  • Defeat 300 or more foes.
  • Battle between 8 o'clock and 16 o'clock.
  • Clear in hard mode.
  • Move Tutor Shop
Royal Competition, Round 5 29 920+
  • Win the Battle Royale.
  • Clear the battle without switching Pokémon.
  • Destroy 4 or more objects.
  • Use only Psychic-type Pokémon.
  • Clear in hard mode.
Raid of the Mighty General 33  ???
  • Protect the Mii character.
  • Destroy 15 or more objects.
  • Achieve 40 or more combo.
  • Clear the battle within 120 seconds.
  • Clear in hard mode.
  • Bandit Outfit
  • Special Stone Set (Special Stone Shop and Mega Key)
Royal Competition, Round 6 36 1,060+
  • Win the Battle Royale.
  • Clear the battle without switching Pokémon.
  • Achieve 60 or more combo.
  • Use only Fighting-type Pokémon.
  • Clear in hard mode.
Moonlight Ball 39 1,100+
  • Defeat the boss.
  • Destroy 6 or more forts.
  • Defeat 160 or more foes.
  • Battle between 18 o'clock and 24 o'clock.
  • Clear in hard mode.
  • Jail (frame)
Royal Quarterfinals 42 1,200+
  • Win the Battle Royal.
  • Clear the battle without switching Pokémon.
  • Achieve 30 or more combo.
  • Clear the battle within 120 seconds.
  • Clear in hard mode.
Supersonic Ninja Tricks 45  ???
  • Defeat the Boss.
  • Clear the battle without getting trapped.
  • Clear the battle using only Greninja.
  • Use a supereffective Rock-type move.
  • Clear in hard mode.
  • Phantom Thief Outfit
Royal Semifinals 48 1,340+
  • Win the Battle Royale.
  • Clear the battle without switching Pokémon.
  • Clear the battle without getting trapped.
  • Use only Steel-type Pokémon.
  • Clear in hard mode.
The King's Adventure 51 1,380+
  • Protect the Mii character.
  • Clear the battle without getting trapped.
  • Destroy 40 or more objects.
  • Clear the battle on Sunday.
  • Clear in hard mode.
  • 6 Diamonds for main goal instead of 5
  • Safari Outfit
  • Hunt Club Outfit
Royal Finals 55 1,480+
  • Win the Battle Royale.
  • Clear the battle without switching Pokémon.
  • Achieve 40 or more combo.
  • Clear the battle within 100 seconds.
  • Clear in hard mode.
Dragon Marshal Advance 58  ???
  • Defeat the Boss.
  • Destroy 20 or more forts.
  • Destroy 35 or more objects.
  • Don't let any of your Pokémon be defeated.
  • Clear in hard mode.
  • Rust Removal Spot
King's Choice Competition 61 1,600+
  • Win the Battle Royale.
  • Clear the battle without switching Pokémon.
  • Clear the battle within 90 seconds.
  • Use only Fairy-type Pokémon.
  • Clear in hard mode.
Dragon Marshal Face-Off 62  ???
  • Defeat the Boss.
  • Clear the battle without switching Pokémon.
  • Destroy 21 or more forts.
  • Clear the battle without getting trapped.
  • Clear on hard mode.
  • Prince Outfit
Prince's Return Competition 63 1,720+
  • Win the Battle Royale.
  • Clear the battle without switching Pokémon.
  • Clear the battle within 90 seconds.
  • Use only Dragon-type Pokémon.
  • Clear in hard mode.
The Dark Four 64  ???
  • Protect the Mii character.
  • Clear the battle without being hit by beams.
  • Don't destroy any forts.
  • Clear the battle within 180 seconds.
  • Clear in hard mode.
  • Gold Frame
Battle the Dark Emperor 65  ???
  • Defeat the Boss.
  • Clear the battle without switching Pokémon.
  • Destroy 15 or more forts.
  • Defeat 150 or more foes.
  • Clear in hard mode.
  • King Outfit
World Championship 70  ???
  • Win the Battle Royale.
  • Clear the battle without switching Pokémon.
  • Achieve 40 or more combo.
  • Clear the battle on Friday.
  • Clear in hard mode.
The Phantom Thief Returns 75  ???
  • Protect the Pokémon.
  • Destroy 8 or more objects.
  • Achieve 100 or more combo.
  • Clear the battle on Saturday.
  • Clear in hard mode.
  • Princess Outfit
World Championship X 78  ???
  • Win the Battle Royale.
  • Clear the battle without switching Pokémon.
  • Clear the battle using only Pikachu.
  • Clear the battle within 220 seconds.
  • Clear in hard mode.

Shop

"Step right up for goods of all sorts! "

This is the first place the player will go after the tutorial. The player can buy various Hot-Air Balloons here to use for a "Pokémon-Seeking Adventure" at the Balloon Stop. Additionally, the "Extras" section sells items that permanently enhance both the player's and their Pokémon's capabilities. These include increasing the player's Pokémon storage capacity with a Pokémon House, Trees that increase the stats of all of the player's Pokémon or making Pokémon encountered in stages be more likely to wobble, drop with a Special Trait, or drop more Ⓟ. Clothes, backgrounds, and frames for the player's Mii can also be purchased. Some items appear as Daily Specials and can only be bought that day (some with Ⓟ, some with Poké Diamonds), but those rotate in over time and can be purchased on other days if missed when they appear. As the player's Adventurer Rank increases by befriending new species of Toy Pokémon, more items become available.

A generic female Mii runs the Shop when the player first plays the game. When the player obtains visitors, they will take turns running the Shop beginning the next day. When the player interacts with the Shop, the Mii introduces itself by saying, "Welcome. I'm <name>, the store manager for today."

Poké Diamonds

Poké Diamonds (Japanese: ポケダイヤ Poké Diamond) are a special currency in the game which the player can purchase with real money from the Nintendo eShop, although they can also be obtained during gameplay (such as when clearing a Challenge or through StreetPass). The shop acts as the hub to the Nintendo eShop for the purpose of buying Poké Diamonds.

Poké Diamonds can be used in a wide variety of ways, including purchasing various items (including Balloons, additional Pokémon storage, Mega Stones, high-power moves, cleansing Rusty Pokémon, and more) from the buildings in the courtyard, exchanged with Miis for hot-air balloon rides, to re-inflate balloons faster, and to continue playing in a stage after a Pokémon's HP runs out.

Poké Diamonds can be purchased in sets ranging from 50 Poké Diamonds (at minimal cost) to 1,750 Poké Diamonds. The pricing is structured so that larger packages net the buyer some form of savings; for instance, buying 1,750 Diamonds saves $8.16 over buying 35 separate packages of 50 Diamonds. There are also one-time limited sales on certain amounts of Poké Diamonds. The maximum number of Poké Diamonds the player can buy is 3000. Once the maximum limit is reached, the Poké Diamond Digger building will appear, awarding 40* Poké Diamonds a day. Two VIP Cards, which reduce the costs of certain functions at the Balloon Stop, also become available in the Shop, one reducing the cost to re-inflate balloons to 1 Poké Diamond, regardless of the current time needed for the balloon to re-inflate, while the other reduces the cost of the Timing Stop function from 2 Poké Diamonds to 1.

Poké Diamonds United States Eurozone United Kingdom Japan
×50 $0.69 €0.69 £0.69 ¥80
×100 $1.29 €1.29 £1.19 ¥150
×200 $2.39 €2.39 £2.19 ¥290
×500 $5.49 €5.49 £4.99 ¥700
×1,000 $9.99 €9.99 £8.99 ¥1,300
×1,750 $15.99 €15.99 £14.39 ¥2,200
×50 (limited offer) $0.49 €0.49 £0.49 ¥60
×200 (limited offer) $1.79 €1.79 £1.59 ¥240

Poké Diamonds can also be obtained for free from Miis that visit the player's game through StreetPass, SpotPass, and the "Call Someone Online" feature. One is awarded for every five visitors, with a limit of five Poké Diamonds per day (changing to 100 Ⓟ per five visitors if the limit is reached). These Miis will also appear in stages either being attacked or guarded by one or more Pokémon or standing off to the side. Rescuing a Mii from a Pokémon will award the player with Ⓟ or between one and three Poké Diamonds, though no more Diamonds will be given if the player has received at least four Poké Diamonds in this way that day. Miis not being attacked or guarded will disappear when approached and may likewise drop Ⓟ, a Potion, or up to three Poké Diamonds; however, Poké Diamonds received from these Miis do not count toward the four-per-day limit. Rescued Miis that appear in the courtyard that don't offer to take the player to an area may also give the player up to three additional Poké Diamonds when spoken to.

Balloon Stop

"Hot-air balloons for all destinations depart here! "

This is the place where the player can go on "Pokémon-Seeking Adventures". All Balloons owned by the player are listed; any that are ready to use (fully inflated) appear with an OK symbol while any appearing with a period of time cannot be used until that time expires (they are being inflated). Balloons can be favorited just like Pokémon can; those Balloons appear at the top of the list even above other Balloons that are ready to use.

Fever mode activating

When using a balloon, the stage the player visits is decided by a roulette. Stages can have stars attached to them at random; when this happens, additional new Pokémon appear in the stage as bosses. If Fever mode activates, a total of four or five additional stars will be distributed to each of the stages. Super Fever does the same thing, but distributes a total of six or seven stars instead. During Fever mode, not all stages are necessarily improved. The chance of entering Fever or Super Fever mode increases based on the number of rainbows in the background.

Once the Timing Stop has been obtained, the player can spend 2 Poké Diamonds to slow down the roulette and directly choose which stage to visit. This cost is reduced to 1 Poké Diamond if the player has purchased the associated VIP Card.

The area visited and the characteristics of the area visited depends on the number of Stars:

Stars Area Type Characteristics
0 Entrance No special characteristics.
1 Center Entrance Boss appears as a normal enemy.
2 Back Entrance and Center Boss both appear as normal enemies.*
3 Special Same as Back. Boss is always a Legendary Pokémon.

* Cloyster appears to be a random exception to this rule, only appearing in the Center area of Vast Ocean and not anywhere else.

A player can use Poké Diamonds to inflate a Balloon immediately, allowing it to be used again without waiting. The cost to immediately inflate a Balloon depends on the amount of time remaining before the next free use. If there are fewer than two hours remaining in the inflation time, it costs 1 Poké Diamond to immediately reinflate the Balloon, with each additional two-hour period adding one more Poké Diamond to the cost (up to a maximum cost of 10 for the Lucky Balloon).

If a player has acquired the Balloon VIP Card, all recharge prices are 1 Poké Diamond regardless of time remaining.

Areas

The areas a player can travel to is based on which Balloons have been purchased. Each area contains between three and six stages, each of which contain a different set of Pokémon. Each of these stages has a certain Pokémon designated as the Boss, which is encountered at the end of the area. The Boss is the Pokémon on top of the stage on the selection screen.

Balloon Description Cost Required Rank Area Name Recharge Time
Leafy Balloon This takes you to places where a
lot of Grass-type Pokémon appear.
10 Poké Diamonds None Leafy Expanse 30 minutes
Dew Balloon This takes you to places where a
lot of Water-type Pokémon appear.
10 Poké Diamonds None Dewdrop Bay 30 minutes
Ember Balloon This takes you to places where a
lot of Fire-type Pokémon appear.
10 Poké Diamonds None Ember Mountains 30 minutes
Ruby Balloon This takes you to places where
a lot of Pokémon from the
Hoenn region appear.
20 Poké Diamonds 5 Ruby Volcano 1 hour
Sapphire Balloon This takes you to places where
a lot of Pokémon from the
Hoenn region appear.
20 Poké Diamonds 5 Sapphire Sea 1 hour
Gold Balloon This takes you to places where
a lot of Pokémon from the
Johto region appear.
30 Poké Diamonds 10 Gold Plateau 2 hours
Silver Balloon This takes you to places where
a lot of Pokémon from the
Johto region appear.
30 Poké Diamonds 10 Silver Isles 2 hours
Diamond Balloon This takes you to places where
a lot of Pokémon from the
Sinnoh region appear.
50 Poké Diamonds 15 Diamond Crater 3 hours
Pearl Balloon This takes you to places where
a lot of Pokémon from the
Sinnoh region appear.
50 Poké Diamonds 15 Pearl Marsh 3 hours
Black Balloon This takes you to places where
a lot of Pokémon from the
Unova region appear.
70 Poké Diamonds 20 Black Realm 4 hours
White Balloon This takes you to places where
a lot of Pokémon from the
Unova region appear.
70 Poké Diamonds 20 White Ruins 4 hours
Fairy Balloon This takes you to places where
a lot of Pokémon from the
Kalos region appear.
90 Poké Diamonds 25 Fairy Land 5 hours
Dark Balloon This takes you to places where
a lot of Pokémon from the
Kalos region appear.
90 Poké Diamonds 25 Dark Land 5 hours
Origin Balloon This takes you to places where
a lot of Pokémon from the
Kanto region appear.
100 Poké Diamonds 30 Origin Hideaway 6 hours
Starlight Balloon This takes you to places where a
lot of strong Pokémon appear.
120 Poké Diamonds 35 Starlight Islands 8 hours
Distortion Balloon This takes you to places where a
lot of strong Pokémon appear.
140 Poké Diamonds 40 Distortion Land 8 hours
Plasma Balloon This takes you to places where a
lot of strong Pokémon appear.
160 Poké Diamonds 45 Plasma Tundra 8 hours
Legend Balloon This takes you to places where a
lot of special Pokémon appear.
200 Poké Diamonds 50 Legend Terrain 10 hours
Lucky Balloon* This takes you to where uncaught
Pokémon are more likely to appear.
Free 33 Changing Land 20 hours
*Version 1.1 Update


After finishing, failing, or leaving an area, if Mii visitors are in the courtyard, one of them will always offer to send the player to the last stage traveled to for a price, with the cost depending on which area of the stage was visited. Traveling back to the Entrance or Center area costs one Poké Diamond, the Back area costs two Poké Diamonds, and the Special area costs three Diamonds. The identity of the Mii making this offer changes every day to a different visitor. Changing Land or stages visited via other Miis cannot be returned to with this Mii; the last visited stage remains unchanged in those cases.

Move Tutor Shop

The Move Tutor Shop in the castle courtyard.

"We teach moves to Pokémon. "

Once the Challenge "Catch the Garden Intruder" has been completed, the King rewards the player with this building. Once obtained, the player may select any Pokémon currently owned and head to the shop, which appears to the left of the Balloon Stop.

Two options are presented when the shop is interacted with: "Teach a Move" and "Switch Move A and Move B". The latter can be done for free.

Teach a Move

When this option is selected, a list of moves that the Pokémon is currently capable of learning appears. The list contains all moves that the selected Pokémon can learn by leveling up, by breeding, or through TMs, HMs, or Move Tutors in Pokémon Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire. However, only moves that the player has ever had on any of their Pokémon, including any who have been released, will be available to be taught.

Each move has a different cost depending on the number of stars shown next to the move. Status moves also vary in price, despite not having any stars.

Number
of Stars
Cost
5 1 or 2
Diamonds
4 1,800Ⓟ
3 600Ⓟ
2 200Ⓟ
1 100Ⓟ

Special Stone Shop

The Special Stone Shop in the castle courtyard.

"Power up your Pokémon with special stones! "

Once the player has completed the "Raid of the Mighty General" Challenge, they will be rewarded with a Mega Key and the Special Stone Shop, where players can buy various Mega Stones for Pokémon to Mega Evolve as well as the Red and Blue Orbs. After buying a Mega Stone and attaching it to a Pokémon, Mega Evolution is possible within any stage for that Pokémon.

Each Special Stone (Mega Stone, Red Orb or Blue Orb) costs 5 Poké Diamonds, though the first time the player buys a Special Stone, it is free.

The Special Stone Shop is located to the right of the regular Shop.

Rust Removal Spot

"Rusty Pokémon will be made to sparkle!"

When the player reaches Adventurer Rank 55, Rusty Pokémon will begin to appear among regular Pokémon. These are unique in that they can only use the move Struggle if they are utilized on the field. By clearing the "Dragon Marshal Advance" Challenge, this fountain will be obtainable from the Shop. Cleaning any Rusty Pokémon in this way at the Rust Fountain costs 1 Poké Diamond per Pokémon, except for the first cleaning (which is free). Pokémon who have been cleaned will always have a multi Special Trait.

Cleaning Rusty Pokémon works the same way as saying goodbye to Pokémon; the player selects all of the Pokémon to clean at once and then presses B to confirm. If a player has favorited a Rusty Pokémon, or made it one of their partner Pokémon, those statuses must be undone before that Pokémon can be selected for rust removal.

The Rust Fountain is located to the left of the Move Tutor Shop.

Poké Diamond Digger

The Poké Diamond Digger in the castle courtyard.

It digs up 40 Poké Diamonds every day!

If a player buys all of their allowed 3,000 Diamonds from the Shop, this mine is given to the player for free. This building will allow the player to collect 40* additional Poké Diamonds once daily at no cost.

Passwords

Players are able to receive special Pokémon once they reach adventurer level 4, via special passwords posted on the official website. The Pokémon appears in blue text (similar to some multi-trait Pokémon), with the Gift Special Trait. Each Gift Pokémon has a single specific Special Trait as part of the Gift trait.

If a player says goodbye to any of the Gift Pokémon, they can be claimed again with the same password. Any such Pokémon which the player dismisses do not give 10 Coins upon release like other Pokémon do.

Passwords can be entered by pressing the Start button while in the courtyard, selecting "Passwords", and then selecting "Enter Password". After a password is entered, the player must press OK. If the password is valid, the player will automatically visit the King to claim the Gift Pokémon or will receive the gift directly if not a Pokémon. Passwords can only be entered in the courtyard.

Pokémon Passwords

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# Pokémon Type Power Move(s) Password Source
North America PAL region Japan
113 Chansey Chansey Normal 229-236 Soft-Boiled Double-Edge 79674426 87337896 30743419 Pokémon Daisuki Club site
Official site
006 Charizard Charizard* Fire Flying 232-235 Fire Blast Dragon Claw 16607716 52378511 41169311 Official site
650 Chespin Chespin Grass 216-221 Vine Whip Seed Bomb 08804218 87456259 80837953 Pokémon Center Tohoku
Nintendo Twitter
613 Cubchoo Cubchoo Ice 215-223 Icy Wind Ice Punch 61211248 43777681 02706401 Official site
702 Dedenne Dedenne Electric Fairy 228-233 Nuzzle Thunder Shock 64981939 31587215 14854526 Official site
680 Doublade Doublade Steel Ghost 234-238 Iron Head Sacred Sword 27418406 17428954 98114402 Official site
133 Eevee Eevee Normal 222-227 Take Down Swift 45177014 46657585 24771725 NicoNico Stream
Pokémon Trainer Club Newsletter
653 Fennekin Fennekin Fire 222-228 Flamethrower Fire Spin 00633377 31757866 91336986 Pokémon Center Nagoya
136 Flareon Flareon Fire 242-247 Fire Fang Lava Plume 21470161 18985769 70025653 NicoNico Stream
Official site
656 Froakie Froakie Water 220-225 Water Shuriken Bubble Beam 80458867 77394523 58410198 CoroCoro
Official site
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Differences from Pokémon Rumble Blast

  • Pokémon Rumble World is free to start and supported by micro-transactions, while Pokémon Rumble Blast must be paid for upfront.
  • The Toy Pokémon in Rumble Blast are smaller than Miis, whereas in Rumble World they are now almost the same size as the Miis.
    • However, they do shrink significantly upon defeat.
  • The stage can be chosen in Rumble Blast, but is normally randomly chosen by a spinner in Pokémon Rumble World.
  • The player's Mii explores with their Toy Pokémon, and generally arrives to pick them up after a stage. Previously, only the Pokémon explored.
    • A player's HP is automatically healed and any Pokémon revived following a stage in Pokémon Rumble World, whereas in Pokémon Rumble Blast players have to heal at a Glowdrop Fountain.
  • Pokémon Rumble World includes Pokémon and mechanics from Generation VI, including Mega Evolution, Primal Reversion, and the Fairy type.
  • Pokémon Rumble Blast uses springboards to move the player from area to area as well as using an exclamation point to identify the next area having the boss. Pokémon Rumble World uses holes in the ground and no exclamation point.
  • Pokémon Rumble Blast has fort areas where bridges connect from one battle zone to the next as the player clears each area. Pokémon Rumble World has adventure challenges incorporating protecting a Mii or other character (Diancie, the King) that only unlock the next area after the player clears the area currently being played.

Glitches

Main article: List of glitches in spin-off games

From release, there was a problem with the game routinely freezing during play on New Nintendo 3DS and New Nintendo 3DS XL systems. The sound would cut out and the system would completely freeze a few seconds later, forcing a shutdown of the system. On April 21, 2015, Nintendo released a firmware system update to fix the issue. From the official site:

"Recently, an issue was discovered that causes Pokémon Rumble World to occasionally stop working during gameplay. This issue is specific to New Nintendo 3DS and New Nintendo 3DS XL systems. You can resolve this issue by updating your system to the most recent version, 9.7.0-25."

Staff

Main article: Staff of Pokémon Rumble World

Trivia

  • This is the only Pokémon game to have a digital release prior to receiving a physical release.

See also

External links



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