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Pokémon Duel
ポケモンコマスター
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Basic info
Platform: iOS, Android
Category: Strategy
Players: 1-2
Connectivity: Online play
Developer: HEROZ
Publisher: The Pokémon Company
Part of: Generation VI and VII spin-off
Ratings
CERO:
ESRB: E
ACB: G
OFLC: N/A
PEGI: 3
GRB: N/A
GSRR: N/A
Release dates
Japan: April 12, 2016 (Android)
April 19, 2016 (iOS)
North America: January 24, 2017
Australia: January 24, 2017
Europe: January 24, 2017 (only UK)
South Korea: N/A
Hong Kong: January 24, 2017
Taiwan: January 24, 2017
Websites
Japanese: Official site
English: Pokemon.com
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Japanese logo of Pokémon Comaster

Pokémon Duel (Japanese: ポケモンコマスター Pokémon Comaster) is a spin-off Pokémon board game for iOS and Android. It was released in Japan for Android devices on April 12, 2016 and for iOS on April 19, 2016, and was later released in English in North America, Europe (only UK), and Australia on January 24, 2017. The game is free-to-start. In order to give the game the world's strongest AI, The Pokémon Company has partnered with HEROZ, whose app Shogi Wars is known for being able to defeat and challenge professional players.

Pokémon Duel is a single-player game that features online battles.

Blurb

Pokémon Duel is a strategy board game that uses Pokémon figures. Build a deck with your favorite figures and then leap into a League Match! Compete with players from around the world for a chance to enter the top League rankings in League Matches. You'll fight your rivals in real time! Win duels, get all kinds of cool figures and items, and make your deck stronger!

The rules are simple! The object is to be the first player to get one of your figures to your opponent's goal. How will you get to the goal? You'll need to carefully choose your route! In duels, you and your opponent take turns moving your figures. Set up a strategic formation and attack your opponent, or simply block their path—it's all about tactics! Plan your strategy and defeat your opponents in this game of cat and mouse!

In duels, your deck is composed of 6 Pokémon figures. There are all kinds of figures, each with different moves and abilities. Keep this in mind as you build your own custom deck!

Make use of your custom deck and the AI! The AI is a reliable ally who will determine good moves and take your turn for you. Make full use of the AI and crush your opponents!

Gameplay

Pokémon Duel is a strategy board game based on the Pokémon Trading Figure Game. Players collect and build their own deck from a large range of Figures with different characteristics. For the basic rules of the game, see Pokémon Trading Figure Game→Mechanics.

Players are given a Deck Case that holds their Figures (including fusion materials), Plates, and saved deck configurations. Decks and Figures have a maximum on their capacity that can be expanded by spending Gems. The deck limit will increase by one and the Figure limit by 10 for 10 Gems each. There is a 2,000 limit on Figures.

Players may transfer their game data to another device. Within the Options menu, setting a transfer password will generate a transfer ID; when the password and ID are entered into the Game Data Transfer option of another device, the player's save data and Gems will be moved to the new device. After data is transferred from a device, a new save file under a new account must be made. If data is transferred from iOS to Android or vice versa, Gems will not be transferred.

Changes from the Trading Figure Game

  • Trainer cards are replaced by Plates, which have no chance of failing; Trainer figures are removed because of this.
  • Figures of evolved Pokémon may be evolved, increasing the damage of the evolved Pokemon's moves.
  • Figures use the Pokémon's types from the Pokémon games rather than the types from the Pokémon Trading Card Game.
  • Pokémon Powers have been renamed Abilities.
  • A figure's action wheel can be altered by leveling up the figure. The size of actions can be increased, thus decreasing the size of the Miss section of that figure.

Fusion

Fusion is the process by which Figures are leveled up. Fusing a Figure with fusion materials or other Figures will increase the fused Figure's experience and/or chain level. Fusion costs Coins, which are obtained from beating opponents or selling Figures, Plates, and fusion materials to the Shop.

There are four types of fusion materials: Rare Metals Pokemon Duel Rare Metal R.png, Cubes Pokemon Duel Cube R.png, Ingots Pokemon Duel Ingot R.png, and Carmonites Pokemon Duel Carmonite.png.

  • Rare Metals are used to grant large sums of experience points to Figures to level them up, up to Level 5. The higher the rarity of the Rare Metal, the more experience points it will grant:
    • Common Rare Metals give 500 EXP
    • Uncommon Rare Metals give 1,000 EXP
    • Rare Rare Metals give 4,500 EXP
    • EX Rare Metals give 10,500 EXP
  • Cubes are used to grant Chain Points, otherwise available only by fusing Figures with the same ID. Cubes can only be used on Figures with the same rarity (for example, EX Figures need EX Cubes).
  • Ingots are intended to be sold directly to the Exchange Coins section of the shop. The higher the rarity of the Ingot, the higher value for which it can be sold. If used for fusion, all rarities give only one EXP.
  • Carmonites can only be used on Figures that are at least Level 5. Using Carmonite unlocks the Level cap to Level 10. Each additional Level gained in this way allows for a wheel piece to be increased by 1 while another wheel piece (that is greater than 4) is decreased by 1. The greater the rarity of the Figure, the greater the amount of Carmonite needed to level up (10, 20, 50, and 100 needed for Common, Uncommon, Rare, and EX Figures, respectively).

Shop

A shop run by Luca's sister Tia sells Boosters, Plates, and Figures.

Gem Counter

Gems can be purchased with real money from the Gem Counter run by Marabelle. Each pack of Gems has a point value that is deducted from a 50000 point pool. Gems cannot be purchased if the player does not have enough points and the pool is reset at the beginning of every month.

Image Gems Points United States United Kingdom Japan
Duel 12 Gems.png 12 Gems 120 $0.99 £0.99
Duel 57 Gems.png 57 Gems 480 $3.99 £3.99
Duel 120 Gems.png 120 Gems 960 $7.99 £7.99
Duel 360 Gems.png 360 Gems 2400 $19.99 £19.99
Duel 876 Gems.png 876 Gems 4800 $39.99 £38.99
Duel 1960 Gems.png 1960 Gems 9800 $79.99 £74.99
Duel 84 Gems.png 84 Gems + 720 hr Booster Case slot 600 $4.99 £4.99

Exchange Coins

Figures, Plates, and fusion materials can be sold for Coins Pokemon Duel Coin.png.

Item Level Coins
Rarity Common Duel.png figure 1 232
2
3
4
5 2,320
Rarity Uncommon Duel.png figure 1 417
2
3
4
5 4,176
Rarity Rare Duel.png figure 1 1,670
2 2,000
3
4
5 16,704
Rarity EX Duel.png figure 1 3,712
2
3
4
5 37,120
Rarity UX Duel.png figure 1 5,336
2
3
4
5
Item Coins
Rarity Common Plate.png Plate 93
Rarity Uncommon Plate.png Plate 167
Rarity Rare Plate.png Plate 670
Rarity EX Plate.png Plate 1488
Item Level Coins
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Rare Metal
All 1
Pokemon Duel Cube R.png
Cube
C 1
UC 1
R 1
EX
Pokemon Duel Ingot R.png
Ingot
C 1,800
UC 3,500
R 15,000
EX 35,000
Pokemon Duel Carmonite.png
Carmonite
N/A 50

Plates

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ID Image Name Rarity Description Category Cost Gems
1 Pokémon Duel Plate Purple.png Long Throw EX Move one Pokémon from your bench to one space away from your entry point. Your turn ends. Movement 2 160
2 Pokémon Duel Plate Gold.png Bright Powder EX Choose one of your Pokémon on the field. For this turn, you can make any battle opponent of this Pokémon spin again once. Pokémon 1 160
3 Pokémon Duel Plate Green.png Recycle EX All Plates from both players except Recycle become usable. Your turn ends. Plates 2
4 Pokémon Duel Plate Gold.png X Sp. Atk EX Choose one of your Pokémon on the field or bench. For this turn, it has ★+2. Pokémon 1 160
5 Pokémon Duel Plate Pink.png Max Revive R Choose one of your Pokémon in the P.C. Move that Pokémon to the bench. (It will not gain Wait.) Recovery 2 72
6 Pokémon Duel Plate Red 50.png Desperate Times R Choose one of your Pokémon on the field or bench. For this turn, if that Pokémon spins an Attack between 10 and 50 damage, it deals +50 damage. Battle 2
7 Pokémon Duel Plate Blue.png Double Chance R Choose a Pokémon on the field or bench. (You cannot select unusable Pokémon) For this turn, you can choose to respin once for it. Spin 1 72
8 Pokémon Duel Plate Pink.png Clear Wait R Choose one of your Pokémon on the field or bench. This Pokémon cannot have Wait. Recovery 2 72
9 Pokémon Duel Plate Gold.png Focus Band R Choose one of your Pokémon on the field or bench. For this turn, it cannot be knocked out. Pokémon 2
10 Pokémon Duel Plate Gold.png Full Heal R Choose one of your Pokémon on the field. Remove all special conditions from that Pokémon. (This excludes Wait.) Pokémon 1 72
11 Pokémon Duel Plate Purple.png Scoop Up UC Choose one of your Pokémon on the field. Return it to the bench. Movement 1 18
12 Pokémon Duel Plate Red 30.png X Attack UC Choose one of your Pokémon on the field or bench. For this turn, it deals +30 damage. Battle 1 18
13 Pokémon Duel Plate Purple.png Pokémon Switch UC Choose two of your Pokémon on the field or bench and switch their positions. Your turn ends. (You cannot select two Pokemon from the bench.) Movement 1 18
14 Pokémon Duel Plate Purple.png Swap Spot UC Choose two of your Pokémon on the field. Switch it with another of your Pokémon that it is next to. Movement 1
15 Pokémon Duel Plate Gold.png X Defend UC Choose one of your Pokémon on the field or bench. For this turn, if its opponent deals 10-100 damage in battle, this Pokémon will not be knocked out. Pokémon 1 18
16 Pokémon Duel Plate Blue.png No Guard UC Choose one of your Pokémon on the field or bench. For this turn, it can spin again once if it spins a Blue Attack. Spin 1 18
17 Pokémon Duel Plate Purple.png Quick Care UC Choose one of your Pokémon on the field. If there is space in your P.C., move it there. Your turn ends. Movement 1
18 Pokémon Duel Plate Purple.png Priority Recovery C Switch the order of your Pokémon in the P.C. You cannot use this Plate if there are less than 2 Pokémon in the P.C. Your turn ends. Movement 1 10
19 Pokémon Duel Plate Gold.png Ballast C Choose one of your Pokémon on the field. For this turn, it cannot be affected by Whirlwind. Pokémon 1 10
20 Pokémon Duel Plate Pink.png Awakening C Choose one of your Pokémon on the field. That Pokémon is no longer asleep. Recovery 1
21 Pokémon Duel Plate Pink.png Paralyze Heal C Choose one of your Pokémon on the field. That Pokémon is no longer paralyzed. Recovery 1
22 Pokémon Duel Plate Pink.png Confuse Heal C Choose one your Pokémon on the field. That Pokémon is no longer confused. Recovery 1
23 Pokémon Duel Plate Pink.png Antidote C Choose one your Pokémon on the field. That Pokémon is no longer poisoned or noxious. Recovery 1
24 Pokémon Duel Plate Red 20.png Iron Power C Steel-type Pokémon deal +20 damage. This effect lasts until one of your opponent's Pokémon is knocked out by a Steel-type Pokémon's Attack. Your turn ends. Battle 2
25 Pokémon Duel Plate Red 20.png Dread Power C Dark-type Pokémon deal +20 damage. This effect lasts until one of your opponent's Pokémon is knocked out by a Dark-type Pokémon's Attack. Your turn ends. Battle 2
26 Pokémon Duel Plate Red 20.png Flame Power C Fire-type Pokémon deal +20 damage. This effect lasts until one of your opponent's Pokémon is knocked out by a Fire-type Pokémon's Attack. Your turn ends.* Battle 2
27 Pokémon Duel Plate Red 20.png Meadow Power C Grass-type Pokémon deal +20 damage. This effect lasts until one of your opponent's Pokémon is knocked out by a Grass-type Pokémon's Attack. Your turn ends. Battle 2
28 Pokémon Duel Plate Red 20.png Splash Power C Water-type Pokémon deal +20 damage. This effect lasts until one of your opponent's Pokémon is knocked out by a Water-type Pokémon's Attack. Your turn ends. Battle 2
39 Pokémon Duel Plate Purple.png Invisibility Cape EX Choose one of your Pokémon on the bench. For this turn, it can move through other Pokémon when making an MP move. Movement 3
40 Pokémon Duel Plate Blue.png Power Battle UC Choose one of your Pokémon on the field or bench. For this turn, if this Pokémon or its opponent spins a Purple Attack in battle, they must both spin again once. Spin 2
41 Pokémon Duel Plate Purple.png Hurdle Jump UC Choose one of your Pokémon on the field, and move it over a connected Pokémon. Your turn ends. Movement 2
50 Pokémon Duel Plate Red 20.png Draco Power UC Dragon-type Pokémon deal +20 damage. This effect lasts until one of your opponent's Pokémon is knocked out by a Dragon-type Pokémon. Your turn ends. Battle 2
53 Pokémon Duel Plate Purple.png Switcheroo R Choose one of your Pokémon on the bench. Switch it with one of your Pokémon from your P.C. Your turn ends. Movement 1 72
56 Pokémon Duel Plate Purple.png Goal Block UC Choose one of your Pokémon on the field and move it to your goal point if it is open. Your turn ends. Movement 2 18
57 Pokémon Duel Plate Red 20.png Clay Power C Ground-type Pokémon deal +20 damage. This effect lasts until one of your opponent's Pokémon is knocked out by a Ground-type Pokémon. Your turn ends. Battle 2
61 Pokémon Duel Plate Red 20.png Spooky Power C Ghost-type Pokémon deal +20 damage. This effect lasts until one of your opponent's Pokémon is knocked out by a Ghost-type Pokémon. Your turn ends. Battle 2
73 Pokémon Duel Plate Red 20.png Zap Power C Electric-type Pokémon deal +20 damage. This effect lasts until one of your opponent's Pokémon is knocked out by an Electric-type Pokémon. Your turn ends. Battle 2
80 Pokémon Duel Plate Pink.png Ice Heal C Choose one of your Pokémon on the field. That Pokémon is no longer frozen. Recovery 1
91 Pokémon Duel Plate Blue.png X Speed R Choose one of your Pokémon on the field or bench. For this turn, one of this Pokémon's White Attacks will be changed to a Gold Attack before battle. Battle 1
303 Pokémon Duel Plate Gold.png Force Remove EX This Plate can be used when you have Pokémon on all of your opponent's entry points. Select one of your Pokémon on the field or bench. If that Pokémon's attack knocks a Pokémon out that turn, it will be eliminated from the duel. Pokémon 1
304 Pokémon Duel Plate Purple.png Counter Attack EX This Plate can be used when you have enemy Pokémon on all your own entry points. Select one of your Pokémon on the field. That Pokémon will have MP +1 for that turn. Movement 1
306 Pokémon Duel Plate Blue.png X Accuracy UC Select one of your Pokémon on the field of bench. If the Attack for that Pokémon is a miss that turn, it will shift to the adjacent Attack. Spin 1 18
312 Pokémon Duel Plate Gold.png Burn Drive R Select your Genesect from the field or bench. During this turn, if your Pokémon's move lands on Miss, it will shift to the move next to it instead. Also, if the Fainted opposing Pokémon is a Grass-type, Ice-type, Bug-type, or Steel-type, the opponent will be removed from the duel. Pokémon 1 18
313 Pokémon Duel Plate Gold.png Douse Drive R Select your Genesect from the field or bench. During this turn, if your Pokémon's move lands on Miss, it will shift to the move next to it instead. Also, if the Fainted opposing Pokémon is a Fire-type, Ground-type, or Rock-type, the opponent will be removed from the duel. Pokémon 1 18
314 Pokémon Duel Plate Gold.png Chill Drive R Select your Genesect from the field or bench. During this turn, if your Pokémon's move lands on Miss, it will shift to the move next to it instead. Also, if the Fainted opposing Pokémon is a Grass-type, Ground-type, Flying-type, or Dragon-type, the opponent will be removed from the duel. Pokémon 1 18
315 Pokémon Duel Plate Gold.png Shock Drive R Select your Genesect from the field or bench. During this turn, if your Pokémon's move lands on Miss, it will shift to the move next to it instead. Also, if the Fainted opposing Pokémon is a Water-type or Flying-type, the opponent will be removed from the duel. Pokémon 1 18
316 Pokémon Duel Plate Gold.png Burn Drive EX EX Select your Genesect from the field or bench. During this turn, this Pokémon can re-spin 1 time during battle. Also, if the Fainted opposing Pokémon is a Grass-type, Ice-type, Bug-type, or or Steel-type, the opponent will be removed from the duel. Pokémon 1 72
317 Pokémon Duel Plate Gold.png Douse Drive EX EX Select your Genesect from the field or bench. During this turn, this Pokémon can re-spin 1 time during battle. Also, if the Fainted opposing Pokémon is a Fire-type, Ground-type, or Rock-type, the opponent will be removed from the duel. Pokémon 1 72
318 Pokémon Duel Plate Gold.png Chill Drive EX EX Select your Genesect from the field or bench. During this turn, this Pokémon can re-spin 1 time during battle. Also, if the Fainted opposing Pokémon is a Grass-type, Ground-type, Flying-type, or Dragon-type, the opponent will be removed from the duel. Pokémon 1 72
319 Pokémon Duel Plate Gold.png Shock Drive EX EX Select your Genesect from the field or bench. During this turn, this Pokémon can re-spin 1 time during battle. Also, if the Fainted opposing Pokémon is a Water-type or Flying-type, the opponent will be removed from the duel. Pokémon 1 72
320 Pokémon Duel Plate Gold.png Cosmo Energy R During this duel, when your Deoxys is attacked, before the battle, you may switch that Deoxys with another of your Deoxys on the field. Your turn ends. Pokémon 1 72
321 Pokémon Duel Plate Gold.png Flame Energy R Your opponent's burned Pokémon gain Wait 3. During this duel, your Fire-type Pokémon cannot be frozen or burned. Your turn ends. Pokémon 1 72
323 Pokémon Duel Plate Red 30.png Overdrive R Choose one of your Reshiram or Zekrom on the field. Remove all special conditions affecting that Pokémon. (Except wait.) While that Pokémon is on the field, that Pokémon deals +30 damage. Battle 1 72
324 Pokémon Duel Plate Gold.png Land's Energy R During this duel, the effect of Land's Wrath from your Zygarde becomes, "Spin for all of the opponent's Pokémon on the field, excluding Flying-types. If it lands on Purple Attack, the Pokémon faints." Your turn ends. Pokémon 1 72
325 Pokémon Duel Plate Gold.png Long Barrel R Choose 1 of your Rhyperior on the field or bench. Until the end of the duel, the effect of that Rhyperior's Rock Wrecker becomes: "Knock out 1 of your opponent's Fire-, Ice-, Flying-, or Bug-type Pokémon that is 2 or 3 steps away." Your turn ends. Pokémon 1 72
328 Pokémon Duel Plate Gold.png Concentrated Fertilizer UC Select one of your Grass-type Pokémon on the field or bench. For this turn, that Pokémon gains ★+1 and damage +20. Pokémon 1
329 Pokémon Duel Plate Gold.png Sticky Grass UC Select one of your Grass-type Pokémon on the field. While that Pokémon is on the field, the battle opponents of that Pokémon cannot respin. Spin-again effects are treated as single spins only. Pokémon 1
331 Pokémon Duel Plate Gold.png Tropical Energy R Any special conditions are removed from your Grass-, Flying-, and Bug-type Pokémon. During this duel, the effects of Abilities that allow you or your opponent to respin or force respins in battle are nullified for the battle opponents of your Grass-, Flying-, and Bug-type Pokémon. Your turn ends. Pokémon 1 72
332 Pokémon Duel Plate Gold.png Dark Energy R During this duel, if the opponent Pokémon is a Psychic type, your Dark-type Pokémon are not knocked out in battle, but are moved to the bench and gain Wait instead. And when you have two or more Dark-type Pokémon on the field, Energy effects on your opponent's Psychic- and Ghost-type Pokémon are nullified. Your turn ends. Pokémon 1 72
333 Pokémon Duel Plate Gold.png Phantom Energy R During this duel, your Ghost-type Pokémon can move over Pokémon affected by special conditions when using an MP move. In addition, when one or more of your Ghost-type Pokémon surround an opposing Pokémon, if there are three or more opposing Pokémon on the field or on your opponent's bench with the same name as the surrounded Pokémon, remove the surrounded Pokémon from the game. Your turn ends. Pokémon 1 72
335 Pokémon Duel Plate Gold.png Steel Energy R During this duel, your Steel-type Pokémon cannot become poisoned or noxious, and the damage of one of each of those Pokémon's most highly damaging White Attacks that normally deals at least 10 damage is increased by 10. Your turn ends. Pokémon 1 72
338 Pokémon Duel Plate Gold.png Muscle Energy R Remove the sleep and frozen conditions, MP-1, and MP-2 markers and Wait from all of your Fighting-type Pokémon. During this duel, your Fighting-type Pokémon gain +1 to the damage they deal after those Pokémon move from the P.C. to the bench. Your turn ends. Pokémon 1 72
339 Pokémon Duel Plate Gold.png Mud Energy R During this duel, if there are 2 or more Water-type Pokémon and 2 or more Ground-type Pokémon on the field, your opponent's Pokémon on the field get +1 to Wait effects that they receive. Your turn ends.* Pokémon 1 72
340 Pokémon Duel Plate Gold.png Electro Energy R Removes the paralyzed condition from all of your Electric-type Pokémon. During this duel, if one of your Electric-type Pokémon would deal damage, and there is an Electric-type Pokémon adjacent to it, that damage increases by 10. Your tun ends. Pokémon 1 72
341 Pokémon Duel Plate Gold.png Molting Energy R During this duel, whenever one of your Bug-type Pokémon or Flying-type Pokémon moves from the P.C. to the bench, it can evolve. If it does, that Pokémon gains Wait 3. Your turn ends. Pokémon 1 72
343 Pokémon Duel Plate Gold.png Eon Flute EX During a duel, this plate can be used when your Latias or Latios is excluded from the duel. That one Latias or Latios appears on your bench. That Pokémon is excluded from the duel after your next turn has ended. Pokémon 2 72
344 Pokémon Duel Plate Gold.png Salamencite EX This plate can be used when none of your Pokémon are Mega Evolved. Choose one of your Salamence on the field, and Mega Evolve it for 7 turns. Pokémon 2 72
345 Pokémon Duel Plate Gold.png Charizardite X EX This plate can be used when none of your Pokémon are Mega Evolved. Choose one of your Charizard on the field, and Mega Evolve it for 7 turns.* Pokémon 2 72
346 Pokémon Duel Plate Gold.png Charizardite Y EX This plate can be used when none of your Pokémon are Mega Evolved. Choose one of your Charizard on the field, and Mega Evolve it for 7 turns.* Pokémon 2 72
347 Pokémon Duel Plate Gold.png Beedrillite EX This plate can be used when none of your Pokémon are Mega Evolved. Choose one of your Beedrill on the field, and Mega Evolve it for 7 turns. Pokémon 2 72
365 Pokémon Duel Plate Gold.png Venusaurite EX This plate can be used when none of your Pokémon are Mega Evolved. Choose one of your Venusaur on the field, and Mega Evolve it for 7 turns. Pokémon 2 72
366 Pokémon Duel Plate Gold.png Blastoisinite EX This plate can be used when none of your Pokémon are Mega Evolved. Choose one of your Blastoise on the field, and Mega Evolve it for 7 turns. Pokémon 2 72
367 Pokémon Duel Plate Gold.png Gengarite EX This plate can be used when none of your Pokémon are Mega Evolved. Choose one of your Gengar on the field, and Mega Evolve it for 7 turns. Pokémon 2 72

League Match

Players may challenge other players in the League Match in real time. Unlike other battle formats, there is no Energy cost to battling in the League Match. Winning a match awards points that go toward both the monthly ranking and League promotion (if not at the highest League already), a Time Booster, and 3 Key Fragments that go toward a Locked Booster. Losing a match will provide the player only 1 Key Fragment towards a Locked Booster — this may only happen up to three times per day. Each Locked Booster requires 10 Key Fragments to open, and contains two Figures and one Cube, Rare Metal, or Ingot (prior to Version 3.0.7, it gave contents of a Purple or better Booster). The Figures available are based on the League that the player is at. If the player is promoted to a new League and is awarded a Booster Ticket, the contents of the Booster are based on the League the player was at previously.

Time Boosters come in different colors; each color gives a certain reward. Although the player needs to wait for a certain period of time to open the Booster, the player may choose to instead spend Gems equivalent to 10 times the amount of time (in hours) to open the Booster immediately.

Time Boosters

Booster color Figures available Time needed to open (hr)
White Figure ×1, Ingot ×1 1
Blue Figure ×1, Ingot ×1, Cube or Rare Metal ×1 3
Purple Figure (UC or higher) ×1, Ingot ×1, Cube or Rare Metal ×1 6
Orange/Moss Figure[a] ×2, Ingot ×1, Cube or Rare Metal ×1 6
Black Figure ×2, Ingot ×1, Carmonite (at least) ×5 6
Gold Figure (UC or higher) ×1, Figure ×1, Ingot ×1, Cube or Rare Metal ×1 12
Rainbow Figure (R or higher) ×1, Figure ×2, Ingot ×1, Cube or Rare Metal ×1 24

[a] Orange (and Moss as of Version 3.0.6) Boosters are unique from the other Boosters in that they are available for a short period of time and offer rewards relevant to the Gym Event that is underway.

Room Match

An alternative to the League Match, the Room Match allows for players to challenge nearby opponents by turning on their location services on their mobile device. Players may choose to participate in a public or private match. Private matches require the guest to know the 3-number passcode that the host sets. Previously, Room Matches do not reward any experience. However, starting in Version 4.0.0, depending on the hall selected, battles may award experience and points, even if the player loses.

Halls

Hotel Hall name Format Comments Energy cost Day of availability Reward for winning Compensation for losing
Ulex White Hall Free Match+ None 0 Always 20 Hall pts. 4 Hall pts.
La Galleria Luna Silver Moon Hall UC or Lower Only UC or Lower figures are allowed. Prior to September 4-5, 2017, R, EX, and UX figures were still allowed via evolution. 25 Monday (8:00, UTC) - Tuesday (07:59, UTC) 20 Hall pts., 1 Booster Ticket (up to 3 per day)* / 5 Carmonites (up to 3 victories per day)*, 40 EXP 4 Hall pts., 20 EXP
Blue Planet Orbiter Hall Gym-Style Gym Event settings in play: one type will have White Attacks boosted by 20, while another type with up to 2 MP will increase 1 MP 30 Day before Gym Events 20 Hall pts., 1 Booster Ticket (up to 3 per day), 40 EXP 4 Hall pts., 20 EXP
Atlantis Aquamarine Hall All Unique No duplicate Figures nor Plates allowed; Zapdos, Reshiram, and Virizion banned; Goal Block Plate banned 25 Certain intervals:

August 23 (8:00, UTC) - August 28, 2017 (7:59, UTC)

20 Hall pts., 40 EXP 4 Hall pts., 20 EXP
Château de Rosa Ruby Hall 1-2-3 Only one EX figure and two R figures allowed (evolution included) 25 Certain intervals:

September 1 (10:00, UTC) - September 4, 2017 (7:59, UTC)

20 Hall pts., Carmonite ×3 (up to 5 victories max), 40 EXP 4 Hall pts., 20 EXP

Plot

Aiming to become the Hotel King, the player arrives in Carmonte Island, an artificial island housing a city of resorts. The island hosts the Pokémon Figure Games (PFG) World Tournament, where its top prize is the symbol of Carmonte Island, Jewel Tower. The tournament is hosted by the tower's current owner, Master Rosé.

Along their way to the island, the player encounters and befriends Luca, the scion of a prestigious family. During the tournament, the player collects figures and plates, partners with an AI named Carlo, and challenges various NPCs to a duel in order to reach the boss in the highest level. In the defeat of each boss, the player will receive an emblem as a testimony to their victory.

After befriending a popular idol named Sharon, the player is stalked by members of the Roger family, an influential organization in Carmonte Island.

Characters

Stages

Carmonte Island

Staff

Main article: Staff of Pokémon Duel

Version history

Android

Version Release date Changes
1.0 April 12, 2016
  • Initial release
3.0.0 January 9, 2017
  • Added English language
  • International release
3.0.1 February 9, 2017
  • Content update:
    • Implemented Flying Gym Cup
  • Bug fixes
3.0.2 February 16, 2017
  • Content update:
    • Added new figures
    • Added data for later implementation of Fighting Gym Cup
    • Added Cosmo Energy and Flame Energy Plates
    • Mew gains an added affect to its Hyper Sonic attack and its Vanish attack was changed to Shuttle Flip
    • Rayquaza's Extreme Speed wheel piece size was increased, Twister was changed to Break Energy, and the size of Miss was decreased
    • Machamp gains a Move Point, has the wheel piece size of Miss decreased, increased the size of Submission, and Karate Chop's damage was increased to 60
    • Heracross's Overhead Toss's wheel piece size was increased, the size of Miss was decreased, and Horn Attack's damage was increased to 60
  • Bug fixes
3.0.3 March 2, 2017
  • Content update:
    • Added new figures
    • Charizard's Iron Tail attack is changed to Dragon Tail, and it gains the Ability Speed Booster
    • Zygarde's Dragon Breath and Land's Wrath attacks' damages are increased (80→100 and 60→70)
    • Metagross's Metal Claw's damage increased (80→90), and gains the Ability Rapid Calculation
    • Tyranitar gains Speed Booster Ability, increases wheel piece size of Earthquake, swapped positions of Earthquake and Crunch, increases Crunch's damage (40→50), and decreases the size of Miss
  • Bug fixes:
    • Fixed error in Magikarp's Rapid Evolution Ability preventing opponent's figure from evolving
3.0.4 March 14, 2017
  • Content update:
    • Implemented Dragon Gym Cup
  • Bug fixes
3.0.5 March 23, 2017
  • Content update:
    • Added new figures
    • Added Long Barrel and Dark Energy Plates
    • Delphox's Hyperspace Hole attack is renamed to Flame Kinesis and it gains the Ability Magic Trick
    • Torterra's Earthquake damage is increased (90→120)
    • Groudon's Slash attack is changed to Break Energy, increases the new attack's wheel piece size, and decreases the size of Miss
3.0.6 April 12, 2017
  • Content update:
    • Added new figures
    • Added Tropical Energy, Phantom Energy, Sticky Grass, and Concentrated Fertilizer Plates
    • Venusaur gains Chemical Pollen Ability
    • Drapion has its Toxic attack changed to Venom Whip and increases its wheel piece size, its Bite attack changed to Noxious Fang and increases its damage (30→50), its Cross Poison attack's damage increased (50→70), and its Miss wheel piece size decreased
    • Bulbasaur increased the wheel piece size of Poison Powder, changed its Vine Whip attack to Seed Bomb and increased its damage (30→50) and wheel piece size, and decreased the wheel piece size of Miss
    • Weezing increased the stars of its Poison Gas attack (★→★★), increased Sludge Bomb's damage (40→50), and decreased Miss's wheel piece size
  • Bug fixes
3.0.7 April 26, 2017
  • Content update
    • Dialga increased Roar of Time's damage (110→130) and changed its added effect, increased Dragon Claw's damage (60→70) and its wheel piece size, and its Miss wheel piece size decreased
    • Palkia increased Spacial Rend's damage (100→120) and changed its added effect, and increased Dragon Claw's damage (60→70)
    • Deoxys increased the stars of its Dimensional Slip attack (★★→★★★) and changed its secondary effect
    • Empoleon has its Metal Claw attack changed to Ice Beam, its wheel piece increased and its damage increased (40→70), increased Hydro Pump's damage (70→90), changed one Miss wheel piece to Dodge wheel piece, and decreased size of the other Miss wheel piece
    • Rayquaza and Groudon gain Primal Rage Ability
    • Kyogre gains Primal Rage Ability, changed its Water Pulse attack to Break Energy and decreased its wheel piece size, increased Tidal Wave's wheel piece size, increased Hydro Pump's damage (120→130) and decreased its wheel piece size, added Dodge wheel piece, and decreased the size of its Miss wheel piece
    • Shiftry increased Razor Wind's and Pound's damage (60→70 and 40→50, respectively)
    • Reuniclus Psychic Net Ability effect is changed
    • Solosis and Duosion Dual Brains Ability effect is changed to include Reuniclus.
    • Psyduck has its Scratch attack changed to Water Pulse and its damage increased (30→60), Disable's wheel piece size increased, and the size of Miss wheel piece decreased
    • Kabuto has its Scratch attack changed to Mud Shot, its damage increased (30→40) and its wheel piece size decreased, added Aqua Jet attack, increased the size of Protect's first wheel piece, and decreased the size of Miss wheel piece
    • Nuzleaf increased Feint Attack's damage (30→40)
    • Cosmo Energy plate no longer affects Pokémon that are on the bench
    • Flame Energy plate now inflicts Wait on opponent's Pokémon that are burned at the time of use
3.0.8 May 10, 2017
  • Content update:
    • Added new figures
    • Added Steel Energy, Burn Drive W, Douse Drive W, Chill Drive W, and Shock Drive W Plates
    • Aggron has its Counter attack changed to Heavy Slam and its damage increased (40→50), its Metal Claw attack changed to Roar, and increased Iron Tail's damage (90→120)
    • Armaldo has its Battle Armor Ability changed to Swift Swim, gains Aqua Jet attack, increases Iron Tail's damage (40→70), and decreases Miss's wheel piece size
    • Skarmory has one of its Air Cutter attacks changed to Swords Dance and decreased its wheel piece size, and increased Steel Wing's wheel piece size
    • Geodude, Graveler, Golem, Magnemite, and Rhyhorn all have their attack wheel piece sizes increased and their Miss wheel piece sizes decreased
  • Bug fixes
3.0.9 May 24, 2017
  • Content update:
    • Added Muscle Energy Plate
    • Infernape has its Dodge move changed to Detect, and increased Drive Kick's damage (80→90)
    • Keldeo's Justified Ability no longer reduces damage based on the number of Dark-type Pokémon on its team, increased Sacred Sword's wheel piece size and decreased Miss wheel piece size
    • Darkrai has its Night Shade attack changed to Dark Void, altered its Bad Dream Ability and Dark Leap attack, and increased wheel piece size of Dark Pulse
    • Banette has its Cursed attack altered, increases Night Shade's damage (20→30), and switches its position with Shadow Claw
    • Absol has its Double-Edge attack changed to Perish Song, its Razor Wind attack changed to Night Slash, and its Scratch attack changed to Razor Wind
    • Murkrow has its Peck attack changed to Sucker Punch, and decreased Miss wheel piece size
    • Hydreigon is added to the effect of its Band Attack Ability, and now includes the effect of the Speed Booster Ability
  • Bug fixes
3.0.10 June 7, 2017
  • Content update:
    • Added new figures
    • Added Mud Energy Plate
    • Lugia gained the Marine Rage Ability and its Hurricane attack was renamed Cyclone and had its stars increased (★★★→★★★★)
    • Feraligatr had its Bite attack increase its power (60→70) and decrease its wheel piece size, its Hydro Pump and Wash Out attacks' wheel piece sizes increase, its Miss wheel piece size decrease, and gained the Speed Booster Ability
    • Mudkip had its Tackle attack changed to Dodge and its wheel piece size decreased, its Take Down attack's wheel piece size increase, and the wheel piece size of Miss decrease
    • Larvitar had the wheel piece size of Crunch increased, the wheel piece size and power (40→50) of Thrash increase, and the wheel piece size of Miss decrease
    • Diglett increased the wheel piece size of Dig and decreased the wheel piece size of Scratch and Miss
    • Carvanha increased the wheel piece size of Scary Face, changed the effect of Group Attack, and decreased the wheel piece size of Miss
  • Bug fixes
3.0.11 June 21, 2017
  • Content update:
    • Added Electro Energy Plate
    • Raikou had an effect added to its Thunderous Blow attack, the effect of its Nonstop Ability altered, one of its Bite attacks changed to Thunder and increased its damage (50→110), the wheel piece sizes of Thunder and the other Bite attack increased, the wheel piece size of its Misses decreased
    • Garchomp increased the damage and wheel piece size of Dragon Rush (90→100), altered the effect of Double Flight, changed Dragon Claw to Fire Fang, and decreased the wheel piece size of Miss
    • Zygarde gained the Land's Call Ability and increased Dragon Breath's damage (100→110)
    • Steelix had its Screech changed to Dig, its Explosion changed to Pull In and its stars increased (★★→★★★), its Crunch changed to Gyro Ball and its damage increased (70→100) and wheel piece size decreased, and its Iron Tail's damage decreased (90→70)
    • Voltorb increased the wheel piece size of Explosion, decreased the wheel piece size of Tackle, and changed Spark to Shock Blast and increased its damage (20→30)
    • Plusle had its Plus Ability's effect altered, changed Spark to Nuzzle and increased its damage (20→30), changed Tackle to a new Spark and decreased its attack (30→20) and increased its wheel piece size, and the size of Miss decreased
    • Minun changed Tackle to Nuzzle and altered the effect of its Minus Ability
  • Bug fixes
3.0.12 July 12, 2017
  • Content update:
    • Added new figures
    • Added Molting Energy Plate
    • Snorlax had the effect of its Still Ability changed, increased the damage of Body Slam (100→110) and added an effect to it, increased Pound's damage (40→70) and wheel piece size, and decreased the size of Miss
    • Typhlosion had the effect of its Flame Acceleration Ability altered
    • Ho-Oh had the wheel piece size of Fire Blast increased and the size of Gust decreased
    • Genesect had the effect of its Techno Charge attack altered
    • Pinsir had the wheel piece sizes of Guillotine and Scissor Toss increased, its Vice Grip attack's damage increased (40→50), and the size of its Misses decreased
    • Eevee gained the Spontaneous Evolution Ability and changed its white attack Tackle to gold attack Quick Attack
    • Butterfree gained the Compound Eyes Ability and increased the damage of its Psybeam (40→70)
    • Cyndaquil had the wheel piece sizes of its Ember attacks increased and the size of its Tackle attack decreased
    • Torchic gained the Fire Leak Ability, decreased the wheel piece size of Peck and Miss, increased the size of Ember, and swapped the positions of Peck and Ember
    • Ledyba had the effect of its Swarm Ability altered, the wheel piece size of Double-Edge increased, and the size of Miss decreased
    • Lairon changed the effect of Harden
    • Fletchling altered the effect of Acrobatics
  • Bug fixes:
    • Fixed bug that displayed Electro Energy Plate as ID 339
4.0.0 August 8, 2017
  • Content update:
    • Added new figures
    • Added Mega Evolution and rarity for Mega Evolved Pokémon (UX)
    • Added new material Carmonite
    • Increased total plate cost for decks (6→8)
    • Added Halls to Room Match
    • Adjusted League thresholds and added Legend League
    • Doubled the figure box cap (1,000→2,000)
    • Increased number of deck cases (3→5 default, 10→12 max)
    • Added new Plates: Burn Heal, Ice Heal, Draco Power, Eon Flute, Charizardite X, Charizardite Y, and Beedrillite
    • Giratina increased Shadows Claw's damage (110→130) and changed its Slash attacks to Will-O-Wisp and Hex
    • Rayquaza increased Extreme Speed's damage (120→140)
    • Latias increased the damages of Mist Ball (110→130) and Dragon Breath (70→100)
    • Latios increased the damages of Luster Purge (120→140) and Dragon Breath (70→100)
    • Druddigon increased Revenge's damage (40→70)
    • Dratini changed its Tail Snap to Freezing Tail and decreased its wheel piece size, increased the sizes of Dragon Rage and Push Aside, and decreased the size of its Misses
    • Smoochum increased the wheel piece size of Sweet Kiss and decreased the size of Miss
  • Bug fixes
  • Other:
    • The team on the front screen shows figures in its final registered evolution as opposed to the starting setup
    • Cubes of the same rarity take up only one Figure Case slot
4.0.1 August 23, 2017
  • Content update
  • Bug fixes
4.0.2 September 1, 2017
  • Content update
    • Introduced Monthly Loyalty Rewards
    • Added new figures
    • Added new Plates X Speed, Venusaurite, Blastoisinite, and Gengarite
    • Tyranitar increased the damage of Crunch (60→70), increased the wheel piece size of Earthquake, and decreased the size of Miss
    • Haunter changed its Eerie Light attack to Toxic
    • Mightyena changed its Bite attack to Ice Fang and increased the damage of Crunch (50→70)
  • Bug fixes
    • Flame Power Plate added back a period
    • Plusle and Minun's Ability descriptions fixed
4.0.3 September 13, 2017
  • Content update
    • Added new figures
  • Bug fixes
4.0.4 October 2, 2017
  • Content update
    • Added new figures
    • Added Poison Blade Plate
    • Mega Beedrill had Twineedle changed to Pin Missile, the size of Poison Shock increased, and the size of its Misses decreased
    • Beedrill had Twineedle changed to Pin Missile, gained the Toxic attack, and the size of its Miss decreased
    • Mewtwo's Annihilate attack was altered and increased in size, while Psychic was changed to Psycho Cut and decreased in size
    • Gardevoir increased the size and damage (40→100) of Super Psy, increased the size of Warp Hole, and decreased the size of Moonblast and Miss
    • Metagross increased Metal Claw's damage (90→100)
    • Bronzong increased Extrasensory's damage (80→100) while decreasing its size, changed Confusion to Heavy Slam, and increased the size of Iron Defense
  • Bug fixes
4.0.5 October 18, 2017
  • Content update:
    • Added new figures
  • Bug fixes

iOS

Version Release date Changes
1.0 April 19, 2016
  • Initial release
1.1 June 14, 2016
  • Implementation of event
  • Adjustments in the effects of Moves and Special Conditions
  • Bug fix
1.2.0 July 12, 2016
  • Adds "Daily Mission" (Official site updated with information concerning daily quest on May 19, 2016)
  • Implementation of new items that can raise the level of the figures
  • Other functional changes
1.2.1 August 9, 2016
  • Adds new "Fusion" functionality
  • Improvements in "Booster" functionality
1.2.2 September 13, 2016
  • Implementation of event
1.3.0 September 29, 2016
  • Renewal of "Rank Match"
  • Other functional changes
1.3.1 October 4, 2016
  • Adds "Featured Duel" functionality
1.4.0 October 24, 2016
  • Adds "Evolution" functionality
  • Changes in operation and performance of player's roulette in battle
  • Other functional changes
2.0.0 November 10, 2016
  • Graphical changes
    • Updates in League Match interface
    • Adjustments in tutorial
    • Addition of rules for the Training Center
  • Bug fix
    • Correction of text in battle
    • Fixes a glitch in display during battle
    • Fixes a glitch in evolution during battle
2.0.1 November 29, 2016
  • Functional changes
  • Bug fix
    • Fixes a glitch in communication
    • Fixes a glitch in battle
2.0.2 December 13, 2016
  • Functional changes
  • Bug fix
    • Fixes a glitch in battle
2.1.0 December 27, 2016
  • Implementation of event
3.0.0 January 24, 2017
  • Additional functions
  • Other bug fixes
  • Added English language
  • International release
3.0.1 February 9, 2017
  • Content update
  • Bug fixes
Content update:
  • Implemented Flying Gym Cup
3.0.2 February 16, 2017
  • Content update
  • Bug fixes
  • Content update:
    • Added new figures
    • Added data for later implementation of Fighting Gym Cup
    • Added Cosmo Energy and Flame Energy Plates
    • Mew gains an added affect to its Hyper Sonic attack and its Vanish attack was changed to Shuttle Flip
    • Rayquaza's Extreme Speed wheel piece size was increased, Twister was changed to Break Energy, and the size of Miss was decreased
    • Machamp gains a Move Point, has the wheel piece size of Miss decreased, increased the size of Submission, and Karate Chop's damage was increased to 60
    • Heracross's Overhead Toss's wheel piece size was increased, the size of Miss was decreased, and Horn Attack's damage was increased to 60
3.0.3 March 2, 2017
  • Content update
  • Bug fixes
  • Content update:
    • Added new figures
    • Charizard's Iron Tail attack is changed to Dragon Tail, and it gains the Ability Speed Booster
    • Zygarde's Dragon Breath and Land's Wrath attacks' damages are increased (80→100 and 60→70)
    • Metagross's Metal Claw's damage increased (80→90), and gains the Ability Rapid Calculation
    • Tyranitar gains Speed Booster Ability, increases wheel piece size of Earthquake, swapped positions of Earthquake and Crunch, increases Crunch's damage (40→50), and decreases the size of Miss
  • Bug fixes:
    • Fixed error in Magikarp's Rapid Evolution Ability preventing opponent's figure from evolving
3.0.4 March 14, 2017
  • Content update
  • Bug fixes

Content update:

  • Implemented Dragon Gym Cup
3.0.5 March 23, 2017
  • Content update
  • Bug fixes
  • Content update:
    • Added new figures
    • Added Long Barrel and Dark Energy Plates
    • Delphox's Hyperspace Hole attack is renamed to Flame Kinesis, and it gains the Ability Magic Trick
    • Torterra's Earthquake damage is increased (90→120)
    • Groudon's Slash attack is changed to Break Energy, increases the new attack's wheel piece size and decreases the size of Miss
3.0.6 April 12, 2017
  • Content update
  • Bug fixes
  • Content update:
    • Added new figures
    • Added Tropical Energy, Phantom Energy, Sticky Grass, and Concentrated Fertilizer Plates
    • Venusaur gains Chemical Pollen Ability
    • Drapion has its Toxic attack changed to Venom Whip and increases its wheel piece size, its Bite attack changed to Noxious Fang and increases its damage (30→50), its Cross Poison attack's damage increased (50→70), and its Miss wheel piece size decreased
    • Bulbasaur increased the wheel piece size of Poison Powder, changed its Vine Whip attack to Seed Bomb and increased its damage (30→50) and wheel piece size, and decreased the wheel piece size of Miss
    • Weezing increased the stars of its Poison Gas attack (★→★★), increased Sludge Bomb's damage (40→50), and decreased Miss's wheel piece size
3.0.7 April 26, 2017
  • Content update
  • Bug fixes
3.0.8 May 10, 2017
  • Content update
  • Bug fixes
  • Content update:
    • Added new figures
    • Added Steel Energy, Burn Drive W, Douse Drive W, Chill Drive W, and Shock Drive W Plates
    • Aggron has its Counter attack changed to Heavy Slam and its damage increased (40→50), its Metal Claw attack changed to Roar, and increased Iron Tail's damage (90→120)
    • Armaldo has its Battle Armor Ability changed to Swift Swim, gains Aqua Jet attack, increases Iron Tail's damage (40→70), and decreases Miss's wheel piece size
    • Skarmory has one of its Air Cutter attacks changed to Swords Dance and decreased its wheel piece size, and increased Steel Wing's wheel piece size
    • Geodude, Graveler, Golem, Magnemite, and Rhyhorn all have their attack wheel piece sizes increased and their Miss wheel piece sizes decreased
3.0.9 May 24, 2017
  • Content update
  • Bug fixes
  • Content update:
    • Added Muscle Energy Plate
    • Infernape has its Dodge move changed to Detect, and increased Drive Kick's damage (80→90)
    • Keldeo's Justified Ability no longer reduces damage based on the number of Dark-type Pokémon on its team, increased Sacred Sword's wheel piece size and decreased Miss wheel piece size
    • Darkrai has its Night Shade attack changed to Dark Void, altered its Bad Dream Ability and Dark Leap attack, and increased wheel piece size of Dark Pulse
    • Banette has its Cursed attack altered, increases Night Shade's damage (20→30), and switches its position with Shadow Claw
    • Absol has its Double-Edge attack changed to Perish Song, its Razor Wind attack changed to Night Slash, and its Scratch attack changed to Razor Wind
    • Murkrow has its Peck attack changed to Sucker Punch, and decreased Miss wheel piece size
    • Hydreigon is added to the effect of its Band Attack Ability, and now includes the effect of the Speed Booster Ability
3.0.10 June 7, 2017
  • Content update
  • Bug fixes
  • Content update:
    • Added new figures
    • Added Mud Energy Plate
    • Lugia gained the Marine Rage Ability and its Hurricane attack was renamed Cyclone and had its stars increased (★★★→★★★★)
    • Feraligatr had its Bite attack increase its power (60→70) and decrease its wheel piece size, its Hydro Pump and Wash Out attacks' wheel piece sizes increase, its Miss wheel piece size decrease, and gained the Speed Booster Ability
    • Mudkip had its Tackle attack changed to Dodge and its wheel piece size decreased, its Take Down attack's wheel piece size increase, and the wheel piece size of Miss decrease
    • Larvitar had the wheel piece size of Crunch increased, the wheel piece size and power (40→50) of Thrash increase, and the wheel piece size of Miss decrease
    • Diglett increased the wheel piece size of Dig and decreased the wheel piece size of Scratch and Miss
    • Carvanha increased the wheel piece size of Scary Face, changed the effect of Group Attack, and decreased the wheel piece size of Miss
3.0.11 June 21, 2017
  • Content update
  • Bug fixes
  • Content update:
    • Added Electro Energy Plate
    • Raikou had an effect added to its Thunderous Blow attack, the effect of its Nonstop Ability altered, one of its Bite attacks changed to Thunder and increased its damage (50→110), the wheel piece sizes of Thunder and the other Bite attack increased, the wheel piece size of its Misses decreased
    • Garchomp increased the damage and wheel piece size of Dragon Rush (90→100), altered the effect of Double Flight, changed Dragon Claw to Fire Fang, and decreased the wheel piece size of Miss
    • Zygarde gained the Land's Call Ability and increased Dragon Breath's damage (100→110)
    • Steelix had its Screech changed to Dig, its Explosion changed to Pull In and its stars increased (★★→★★★), its Crunch changed to Gyro Ball and its damage increased (70→100) and wheel piece size decreased, and its Iron Tail's damage decreased (90→70)
    • Voltorb increased the wheel piece size of Explosion, decreased the wheel piece size of Tackle, and changed Spark to Shock Blast and increased its damage (20→30)
    • Plusle had its Plus Ability's effect altered, changed Spark to Nuzzle and increased its damage (20→30), changed Tackle to a new Spark and decreased its attack (30→20) and increased its wheel piece size, and the size of Miss decreased
    • Minun changed Tackle to Nuzzle and altered the effect of its Minus Ability
3.0.12 July 12, 2017
  • Content update
  • Bug fixes
  • Content update:
    • Added new figures
    • Added Molting Energy Plate
    • Snorlax had the effect of its Still Ability changed, increased the damage of Body Slam (100→110) and added an effect to it, increased Pound's damage (40→70) and wheel piece size, and decreased the size of Miss
    • Typhlosion had the effect of its Flame Acceleration Ability altered
    • Ho-Oh had the wheel piece size of Fire Blast increased and the size of Gust decreased
    • Genesect had the effect of its Techno Charge attack altered
    • Pinsir had the wheel piece sizes of Guillotine and Scissor Toss increased, its Vice Grip attack's damage increased (40→50), and the size of its Misses decreased
    • Eevee gained the Spontaneous Evolution Ability and changed its white attack Tackle to gold attack Quick Attack
    • Butterfree gained the Compound Eyes Ability and increased the damage of its Psybeam (40→70)
    • Cyndaquil had the wheel piece sizes of its Ember attacks increased and the size of its Tackle attack decreased
    • Torchic gained the Fire Leak Ability, decreased the wheel piece size of Peck and Miss, increased the size of Ember, and swapped the positions of Peck and Ember
    • Ledyba had the effect of its Swarm Ability altered, the wheel piece size of Double-Edge increased, and the size of Miss decreased
    • Lairon changed the effect of Harden
    • Fletchling altered the effect of Acrobatics
  • Bug fixes:
    • Fixed bug that displayed Electro Energy Plate as ID 339
4.0.0 August 8, 2017
  • Content update
  • Bug fixes
  • Content update:
    • Added new figures
    • Added Mega Evolution and rarity for Mega Evolved Pokémon (UX)
    • Added new material Carmonite
    • Increased total plate cost for decks (6→8)
    • Added Halls to Room Match
    • Adjusted League thresholds and added Legend League
    • Doubled the figure box cap (1,000→2,000)
    • Increased number of deck cases (3→5 default, 10→12 max)
    • Added new Plates: Burn Heal, Ice Heal, Draco Power, Eon Flute, Charizardite X, Charizardite Y, and Beedrillite
    • Giratina increased Shadows Claw's damage (110→130) and changed its Slash attacks to Will-O-Wisp and Hex
    • Rayquaza increased Extreme Speed's damage (120→140)
    • Latias increased the damages of Mist Ball (110→130) and Dragon Breath (70→100)
    • Latios increased the damages of Luster Purge (120→140) and Dragon Breath (70→100)
    • Druddigon increased Revenge's damage (40→70)
    • Dratini changed its Tail Snap to Freezing Tail and decreased its wheel piece size, increased the sizes of Dragon Rage and Push Aside, and decreased the size of its Misses
    • Smoochum increased the wheel piece size of Sweet Kiss and decreased the size of Miss
  • Other:
    • The team on the front screen shows figures in its final registered evolution as opposed to the starting setup
    • Cubes of the same rarity take up only one Figure Case slot
4.0.1 August 23, 2017
  • Content update
  • Bug fixes
4.0.2 September 1, 2017
  • Content update
  • Bug fixes
  • Content update:
    • Introduced Monthly Loyalty Rewards
    • Added new figures
    • Added new Plates X Speed, Venusaurite, Blastoisinite, and Gengarite
    • Tyranitar increased the damage of Crunch (60→70), increased the wheel piece size of Earthquake, and decreased the size of Miss
    • Haunter changed its Eerie Light attack to Toxic
    • Mightyena changed its Bite attack to Ice Fang and increased the damage of Crunch (50→70)
  • Bug fixes:
    • Flame Power Plate added back a period
    • Plusle and Minun's Ability descriptions fixed
4.0.3 September 13, 2017
  • Content update
  • Bug fixes
  • Content update:
    • Added figures
4.0.4 October 2, 2017
  • Content update
  • Bug fixes
  • Content update:
    • Added new figures
    • Added Poison Blade Plate
    • Mega Beedrill had Twineedle changed to Pin Missile, the size of Poison Shock increased, and the size of its Misses decreased
    • Beedrill had Twineedle changed to Pin Missile, gained the Toxic attack, and the size of its Miss decreased
    • Mewtwo's Annihilate attack was altered and increased in size, while Psychic was changed to Psycho Cut and decreased in size
    • Gardevoir increased the size and damage (40→100) of Super Psy, increased the size of Warp Hole, and decreased the size of Moonblast and Miss
    • Metagross increased Metal Claw's damage (90→100)
    • Bronzong increased Extrasensory's damage (80→100) while decreasing its size, changed Confusion to Heavy Slam, and increased the size of Iron Defense
  • Bug fixes
4.0.5 October 18, 2017
  • Content update
  • Bug fixes
  • Content update:
    • Added new figures
  • Bug fixes

Compatibility

Pokémon Duel requires an internet connection. The game can be played on:

Gallery

Trivia

  • The Japanese name of the game is a portmanteau of 駒 koma (chess piece) and master.
  • Prior to January 31, 2017, the Featured Duel menu button was misspelled "Futured Duel" and Genesect was misspelled "Genosect" on the Drive plates.
  • In the Messages menu, Marabelle and Number 7 are rendered as "Maribelle" and "NO7", based on their Japanese names.

See also

External links

References


SNES: Picross NP Vol. 1
Nintendo 64: Pokémon Snap
Game Boy Color: Pokémon Picross
Nintendo DS: Pokémon DashLearn with Pokémon: Typing Adventure
Pokémon ConquestPokéPark: Fishing Rally DS
Nintendo 3DS: Pokédex 3D (Pro) • HarmoKnightPokémon Art Academy
The Thieves and the 1000 PokémonPokémon ShufflePokémon Picross
Great Detective Pikachu ~Birth of a New Duo~Nintendo Badge Arcade
Wii U: Pokkén Tournament
Nintendo Switch: Pokkén Tournament DX
PC: Pokémon Project Studio Red and BluePokéROMs
Pokémon Masters ArenaPokémon PC MasterPokémon Team Turbo
Pokémon Team Rocket Blast OffPokémon Poké Ball LauncherPokémon Seek & Find
Mobile: PokématePokémon Say Tap?Pokédex for iOSPokémon TVCamp Pokémon
Pokémon JukeboxPokémon Shuffle MobileDancing? Pokémon Band
Pokémon Photo BoothPokémon DuelPokémon GOPokémon: Magikarp Jump
Pokémon Playhouse
Arcade: Dance! PikachuPikachu's Great Surfing AdventurePokémon: Crayon Kids
Pokémon: Wobbuffet Fell Down!Pokémon Get Round and Round
Pokémon Tug of War Tournament: Absolutely Get Medal!Pokémon Medal World
Pokémon Card Game GachaPokémon: Battle NinePokkén Tournament
Sega Pico: Pokémon: Catch the Numbers!
Pokémon Advanced Generation: I've Begun Hiragana and Katakana!
Pokémon Advanced Generation: Pico for Everyone Pokémon Loud Battle!
Advanced Pico Beena: Pokémon Advanced Generation: Pokémon Number Battle!
Intellectual Training Drill Pokémon Diamond & Pearl: Letter and Number Intelligence Game
Pokémon Diamond & Pearl: Search for Pokémon! Adventure in the Maze!
Pokémon Best Wishes: Intelligence Training Pokémon Big Sports Meet!
Tech demos: Pikachu: DS Tech Demo
Self-contained: Pokémon PikachuPokémon Pikachu 2 GSPokémon Poké BallPokéwalker
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