Isla Asul

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Night Festival
Isla Asul
Rainbow Park
Isla Asul in the 3DS version

Isla Asul (Japanese: アスールビーチ Azul Beach) is the fourth area in Pokémon Shuffle, consisting of 15 stages. It follows Night Festival and precedes Rainbow Park.

The area evokes a tropical island, with stilt houses, totem poles, palm trees, and a lounge chair under a straw umbrella next to a drink. A sailboat is located in the north.

Updates

Main article: Pokémon Shuffle/Version history
Changes 3DS ver. Mobile ver.
Initial launch. 1.0.0
(Feb 18, 2015)
1.0.0
(Aug 24, 2015)
Added UX stages 1.5.7
(Feb 13, 2018)
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Stages

Stage Pokémon Type HP Moves Catchability EXP Notes
Main UX Base Bonus
31 Slowpoke Slowpoke Psychic 4,765 14,295 19 20% (3DS)
14% (Mobile)
5% (3DS)
8% (Mobile)
15 (3DS)
19 (Mobile)
32 Azurill Azurill Fairy 2,873 8,619 16 60% (3DS)
42% (Mobile)
3% (3DS)
6% (Mobile)
16
33 Riolu Riolu Fighting 3,344 10,032 15 3% 4% 15
34 Swablu Swablu Flying 908 2,724 6 40% 10% 6 3-Pokémon stage.
35 Surskit Surskit Bug 3,344 10,032 15 60% (3DS)
42% (Mobile)
3% (3DS)
7% (Mobile)
15
36 Taillow Taillow Flying 615 1,845 5 70% 6% 5
37 Meowth Meowth Normal 1,160 3,480 8 15% 5% 8 Stage contains Coin Shuffle.png Coin disruptions.
38 Croagunk Croagunk Poison 3,344 10,032 15 60% (3DS)
23% (Mobile)
3% (3DS)
8% (Mobile)
15
39 Corsola Corsola Water 3,027 9,081 16 70% (3DS)
49% (Mobile)
2% (3DS)
5% (Mobile)
16
40 Marill Marill Fairy 658 1,974 3 60% 14% 3
41 Mudkip Mudkip Water 2,340 7,020 15 10% 3% 15
42 Vulpix Vulpix Fire 1,054 3,162 5 30% 23% 5 3-Pokémon stage.
43 Lapras Lapras Water 3,344 10,032 15 10% 6% (3DS)
4% (Mobile)
15
44 Pidgeotto Pidgeotto Flying 2,078 6,234 15 60% (3DS)
42% (Mobile)
3% (3DS)
7% (Mobile)
15
45 Slowbro Mega Slowbro Psychic 7,014 21,042 23 N/A N/A 23
  • First clear bonus (3DS): Slowbronite Shuffle.pngSlowbronite and Jewel Shuffle.png Jewel ×1.
  • First clear bonus (Mobile): Slowbronite Shuffle.png Slowbronite and Heart Shuffle.pngHearts ×5.
  • First clear bonus (UX stage): Level Up.png Level Up ×1

Names

Language Name Origin
Japanese アスールビーチ Azul Beach From azul (Spanish for blue) and beach
English Isla Asul From isla (Spanish for island) and asul (Filipino for blue)
French Plage Asul From plage (beach) and asul (Filipino for blue)
German Azurgestade From azurblau (azure) and Gestade (shore)
Italian Spiaggia Azul Same as Japanese name
Korean 아술 비치 Azul Beach Same as Japanese name
Spanish Playa Azur From playa (beach) and azur (azure)


Main stages Puerto BlancoSandy BazaarNight FestivalIsla AsulRainbow Park
Galerie RougeSweet StrasseSilbern MuseumMt. VinterCastle Noapte
Jungle VerdeWacky WorkshopPedra ValleyAlbens TownRoseus Center
Desert UmbraVioleta PalaceBlau SalonGraucus HallNacht Carnival
Prasino WoodsZaffiro CoastMarron Trail
Expert Stages Expert Stages
Special stages Daily (Daily PokémonOne Chance a Day!)
Challenge (Great ChallengeUltra ChallengeUB ChallengeHigh-Speed ChallengeSpecial Challenge)
Resource event (Meowth's Coin ManiaSkill Booster M Stage!Tons of Exp. Points)
Competitive StageEscalation battlePokémon Safari
Retired special stages An Evolving Challenge!Commemorative EventScore ChallengeTry 'Em Items Stage
Survival Mode Survival Mode
24-week event cycle 123456789101112
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