Pokémon Quest

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Pokémon Quest
ポケモンクエスト
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Basic info
Platform: Nintendo Switch, iOS, Android
Category: Action
Players: 1
Connectivity: N/A
Developer: Game Freak
Publisher: Nintendo/The Pokémon Company
Part of: Generation VII spin-off
Ratings
CERO: A
ESRB: E
ACB: G
OFLC: N/A
PEGI: 3
GRAC: ALL
GSRR: N/A
Release dates
Japan: May 30, 2018 (Nintendo Switch)
June 27, 2018 (Mobile)
North America: May 29, 2018 (Nintendo Switch)
June 27, 2018 (Mobile)
Australia: May 30, 2018 (Nintendo Switch)
June 27, 2018 (Mobile)
Europe: May 30, 2018 (Nintendo Switch)
June 27, 2018 (Mobile)
South Korea: June 18, 2018 (Nintendo Switch)
June 27, 2018 (Mobile)
Hong Kong: May 30, 2018 (Nintendo Switch)
June 27, 2018 (Mobile)
Taiwan: June 27, 2018 (mobile)
Websites
Japanese: Pokémon.co.jp
English: Official site
Pokémon.com
Nintendo.com
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Japanese logo of Pokémon Quest
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Pokémon Quest (Japanese: ポケモンクエスト Pokémon Quest) is a free-to-play spin-off Pokémon game for the Nintendo Switch and for iOS and Android. It was released on the Nintendo eShop in North America on May 29, 2018, in Japan, Europe, and Hong Kong on May 30, 2018, and in South Korea on June 18, 2018. The mobile version of the game was released on June 27, 2018 on both iOS and Android devices.

The games were announced worldwide on May 30, 2018, at a Pokémon press conference in Tokyo, Japan.

Blurb

Welcome to Tumblecube Island, where Pokémon™ have been turned into cubes?

Set off for adventure in the Pokémon™ Quest game. Venture out with your Pokémon buddies on expeditions across Tumblecube Island in search of loot in this free-to-start action-adventure for the Nintendo Switch™ system. Modify your Pokémon buddies with discovered Power Stones to make your ultimate expedition team.

With a cube-shaped art style, Pokémon™ Quest is unlike any Pokémon game you've seen before. The simple gameplay makes it easy to hop into expeditions and start exploring Tumblecube Island with the help of your Pokémon buddies. Afterwards, head back to your base camp where you can use the loot you found during your adventure to befriend more Pokémon. Attract various Kanto Region Pokémon to your base camp by cooking up dishes made with collected ingredients! You can even decorate your base camp with fun items that provide helpful bonuses that make your expeditions more beneficial.

Plot

The game opens with the player heading out to Tumblecube Island, a recently discovered island which possesses traces of a civilization that no longer exists, to see if they can find any precious loot. The player brings with them a MoBee IV drone manufactured by Silph Co. to help them find said precious loot. At first, the MoBee IV acts strange, so the player reboots it, at which point it reveals that it has no data about Tumblecube Island. It suggests to befriend a Pokémon familiar with Tumblecube Island's landscape.

The player is then able to befriend one of five Pokémon: Pikachu (an attacking Pokémon that boasts of shocking electrical strikes), Eevee (a well-balanced Pokémon that toys with its opponents with its tricky moves), Bulbasaur (a sturdy Pokémon that roots itself to the ground for its tenacious defense), Charmander (an attacking Pokémon that burns everything up with the power of fire), or Squirtle (a well-balanced Pokémon that can flow through any situation as magnificently as water). The goal of the game alongside finding precious loot then encompasses befriending more Pokémon on the island and training them through expeditions so that areas populated by strong wild Pokémon can be explored as thoroughly as possible.

Gameplay

The game is set on Tumblecube Island, home to Pokémon made out of cubes known as Pokéxel. Although they move autonomously, players can direct their moves at other Pokémon. In each stage, the goal is to collect Power Stones and other treasure in order to complete it. These stones can power up a player's Pokémon, either in HP, Attack, or to evolve it. Each player has a Base Camp that can be customized and decorated with things bought from the Poké Mart or earned from progressing in the main game. There, players can cook food to lure other Pokémon to the camp.

Poké Mart

The Poké Mart is a shop that sells decorations, box expansions, and downloadable content. Decorations and box expansions are purchased with PM Tickets. PM Tickets can be acquired as rewards for completing quests or purchasing premium content. The Poké Mart also offers 50 PM Tickets to the player every 22 hours as part of a Member Service. Each item of DLC comes with 100 PM Tickets.

Decorations and box expansions

Image Name Description Price (PM Ticket)
Flareon Cusheon Size of red ingredient drops ×1.5 50
Charizard Torch Size of red ingredient drops ×2 300
Vaporeon Cusheon Size of blue ingredient drops ×1.5 50
Blastoise Fountain Size of blue ingredient drops ×2 300
Jolteon Cusheon Size of yellow ingredient drops ×1.5 50
Quest Venusaur Planter.png Venusaur Planter Size of yellow ingredient drops ×2 300
Dodrio Tent Size of gray ingredient drops ×1.5 50
Mechanical Tauros Size of gray ingredient drops ×2 300
Bulbasaur Flag Exp. received from Level-Up Training ×1.5 150
Quest Fearow Weathervane.png Fearow Weathervane Exp. received from Level-Up Training ×2 500
Charmander Flag Success rate of Move-Learning Training ×1.5 200
Ditto Balloon Success rate of Move-Learning Training ×2 700
Squirtle Flag Number of ingredients received from recycling ×1.5 100
Meowth Balloon Number of ingredients received from recycling ×2 400
Victreebel Golf Bag Chance for Pokémon with a multi-socket ×1.5 200
Kangaskhan Swing Chair Chance for Pokémon with a multi-socket ×2 800
Quest Pikachu Surfboard.png Pikachu Surfboard Chance of attracting multiple Pokémon with your cooking ×1.5 400
Mewtwo Arch Maximum battery charges +1 700
Pokémon Box Expansion Increase the Pokémon buddies you can have by 20 (max 300) 50
Stone Box Expansion Increase the Power Stones you can have by 20 (max 300) 50

Downloadable content

DLC United States Eurozone United Kingdom Australia South Korea Japan Hong Kong Taiwan
Expedition 3-Pack Bundle
  • All three Expedition Packs
$29.99 €29.99 £26.99 $45.00 ₩33,000 ¥3,600 $238.00 $890
Expedition Pack
  • Cooking pot upgrade: Number of dishes cooked at once +1
  • Poké Ball Model: Member Service payout +20
  • Perfect Pair Statue: Maximum battery charges +1
  • Lv. 1 Nidoran♀ and Nidoran♂ each with a special move
$4.99 €4.99 £4.49 $7.50 ₩5,500 ¥600 $38.00 $150
Great Expedition Pack
  • Cooking pot upgrade: Number of dishes cooked at once +1
  • Great Ball Model: Member Service payout +30
  • Eevee Arch: Maximum battery charges +1
  • Lapras Pool: Chances of attracting multiple Pokémon with cooking ×2
  • Lv. 1 Lapras with a special move
$9.99 €9.99 £8.99 $15.00 ₩11,000 ¥1,200 $78.00 $300
Ultra Expedition Pack
  • Cooking pot upgrade: Number of dishes cooked at once +1
  • Ultra Ball Model: Member Service payout +40
  • Pikachu Arch: Maximum battery charges +1
  • Gengar Balloon: Drop rate of ingredients ×2
  • Snorlax Lounger: Exp received from expeditions ×2
  • Lv. 1 Snorlax with a special move
$17.99 €17.99 £16.19 $27.00 ₩19,800 ¥2,200 $138.00 $540
Scattershot Stone $2.99 €2.99 £2.69 $4.50 ₩3,300 ¥360 $22.00 $90
Broadburst Stone $2.99 €2.99 £2.69 $4.50 ₩3,300 ¥360 $22.00 $90
Whack-Whack Stone $2.99 €2.99 £2.69 $4.50 ₩3,300 ¥360 $22.00 $90
Wait Less Stone $2.99 €2.99 £2.69 $4.50 ₩3,300 ¥360 $22.00 $90
Stay Strong Stone $2.99 €2.99 £2.69 $4.50 ₩3,300 ¥360 $22.00 $90
Sharing Stone $2.99 €2.99 £2.69 $4.50 ₩3,300 ¥360 $22.00 $90

All purchases will grant a one-time bonus of 100 PM tickets each.

Quests

As the player progresses through the game, they will complete quests and be rewarded with PM Tickets and items.

Name Description Reward
Basics of Strengthening Pokémon Power Stones attached to Pokémon: 2 5 PM Tickets
First Steppe Clear First Steppe 1 Wait Less Stone
Start of an Expedition Successful island expeditions: 4 Recharge your battery (+5)
Rookie Chef Number of times you've cooked: 3 5 PM Tickets
Base Camp Improvement Decorate 5 PM Tickets
First Shopping Trip Shop at the Poké Mart 5 PM Tickets
Level-Up Training Do Level-Up Training 5 PM Tickets
PM Tickets Number of times PM Tickets have been received from the shop: 2 10 PM Tickets
Pokédex Species registered in your Pokédex: 10 5 PM Tickets
Get Power Stones Power Stones obtained: 10 5 PM Tickets
Move-Learning Training Do Move-Learning Training 5 PM Tickets
Close-Range Team Go on expeditions with only close-range Pokémon 15 Fossils
Normal-Type Buddies Make 10 Normal-type buddies 5 Balm Mushrooms
Fire-Type Buddies Make 10 Fire-type buddies 5 Big Roots
Water-Type Buddies Make 10 Water-type buddies 5 Icy Rocks
Electric-Type Buddies Make 10 Electric-type buddies 5 Honeys
Grass-Type Buddies Make 10 Grass-type buddiees 5 Icy Rocks
Ice-Type Buddies Make 10 Ice-type buddies 5 Icy Rocks
Fighting-Type Buddies Make 10 Fighting-type buddies 5 Icy Rocks
Poison-Type Buddies Make 10 Poison-type buddies 5 Big Roots
Ground-Type Buddies Make 10 Ground-type buddies 5 Big Roots
Flying-Type Buddies Make 10 Flying-type buddies 5 Honeys
Psychic-Type Buddies Make 10 Psychic-type buddies 5 Honeys
Bug-Type Buddies Make 10 Bug-type buddies 5 Big Roots
Rock-Type Buddies Make 10 Rock-type buddies 5 Balm Mushrooms
Ghost-Type Buddies Make 10 Ghost-type buddies 5 Balm Mushrooms
Dragon-Type Buddies Make 10 Dragon-type buddies 5 Icy Rocks
Steel-Type Buddies Make 10 Steel-type buddies 5 Honeys
Fairy-Type Buddies Make 10 Fairy-type buddies 5 Balm Mushrooms
Superior Strength Achieve a maximum ATK of 500 10 PM Tickets
Tenacious Defense Achieve a maximum HP of 500 10 PM Tickets
Tumblecube Island Expedition Go on 10 successful expeditions on the island Recharge your battery (+5)
Member Bonus Receive PM Tickets from the Poké Mart 3 times 5 PM Tickets
Tumblecube Island Chef Cook a dish 10 times 5 PM Tickets
Power Stone Collector Get 30 Power Stones 5 PM Tickets
Pokémon Professor Register 20 species in your Pokédex 10 PM Tickets
Training Master Do Level-Up Training 5 times 5 PM Tickets
Move Training Master Do Move-Learning Training 5 times 5 PM Tickets
Recipe Collector Collect 6 cooking recipes 10 PM Tickets
Team Strength Reach a team strength of 1,000 10 PM Tickets
Thriving Camp Put 18 decorations at your base camp 5 PM Tickets
Scattershot Stone Attach a Scattershot Stone and use a move 5 PM Tickets
Broadburst Stone Attach a Broadburst Stone and use a move 5 PM Tickets
Whack-Whack Stone Attach a Whack-Whack Stone and use a move 5 PM Tickets
Wait Less Stone Attach a Wait Less Stone and use a move 5 PM Tickets
Stay Strong Stone Attach a Stay Strong Stone and use a move 5 PM Tickets
Sharing Stone Attach a Sharing Stone and use a move 5 PM Tickets
1 Bingo Achieved Get a bingo 5 PM Tickets
2 Bingos Achieved Get a double bingo 5 PM Tickets
3 Bingos Achieved Get a triple bingo 5 PM Tickets
Bronze Cooking Cook with a bronze cooking pot 10 PM Tickets
Silver Cooking Cook with a silver cooking pot 10 PM Tickets
Gold Cooking Cook with a gold cooking pot 10 PM Tickets
2 Long-Range and 1 Close-Range Pokémon Go on expeditions with two long-range Pokémon and one close-range Pokémon 15 Bluk Berries
2 Close-Range and 1 Long-Range Pokémon Go on expeditions with two close-range Pokémon and one long-range Pokémon 15 Apricorns
Ranged Team Go on expeditions with only long-range Pokémon 14 Tiny Mushrooms
Power Stone Recycler Recycle this many Power Stones: 1 5 PM Tickets
Normal-Type Investigation Defeat 50 Normal-type Pokémon 5 Balm Mushrooms
Fire-Type Investigation Defeat 50 Fire-type Pokémon 5 Big Roots
Water-Type Investigation Defeat 50 Water-type Pokémon 5 Icy Rocks
Electric-Type Investigation Defeat 50 Electric-type Pokémon 5 Honeys
Grass-Type Investigation Defeat 50 Grass-type Pokémon 5 Icy Rocks
Ice-Type Investigation Defeat 50 Ice-type Pokémon 5 Icy Rocks
Fighting-Type Investigation Defeat 50 Fighting-type Pokémon 5 Icy Rocks
Poison-Type Investigation Defeat 50 Poison-type Pokémon 5 Big Roots
Ground-Type Investigation Defeat 50 Ground-type Pokémon 5 Big Roots
Flying-Type Investigation Defeat 50 Flying-type Pokémon 5 Honeys
Psychic-Type Investigation Defeat 50 Psychic-type Pokémon 5 Honeys
Bug-Type Investigation Defeat 50 Bug-type Pokémon 5 Big Roots
Rock-Type Investigation Defeat 50 Rock-type Pokémon 5 Balm Mushrooms
Ghost-Type Investigation Defeat 50 Ghost-type Pokémon 5 Balm Mushrooms
Dragon-Type Investigation Defeat 50 Normal-type Pokémon 5 Icy Rocks
Steel-Type Investigation Defeat 50 Steel-type Pokémon 5 Honeys
Fairy-Type Investigation Defeat 50 Fairy-type Pokémon 5 Balm Mushroooms
Normal-Type Team Go on an expedition with a team of 3 Normal-type Pokémon 5 Balm Mushrooms
Fire-Type Team Go on an expedition with a team of 3 Fire-type Pokémon 5 Big Roots
Water-Type Team Go on an expedition with a team of 3 Water-type Pokémon 5 Icy Rocks
Electric-Type Team Go on an expedition with a team of 3 Electric-type Pokémon 5 Honeys
Grass-Type Team Go on an expedition with a team of 3 Grass-type Pokémon 5 Icy Rocks
Ice-Type Team Go on an expedition with a team of 3 Ice-type Pokémon 5 Icy Rocks
Fighting-Type Team Go on an expedition with a team of 3 Fighting-type Pokémon 5 Icy Rocks
Poison-Type Team Go on an expedition with a team of 3 Poison-type Pokémon 5 Big Roots
Ground-Type Team Go on an expedition with a team of 3 Ground-type Pokémon 5 Big Roots
Flying-Type Team Go on an expedition with a team of 3 Flying-type Pokémon 5 Honeys
Psychic-Type Team Go on an expedition with a team of 3 Psychic-type Pokémon 5 Honeys
Bug-Type Team Go on an expedition with a team of 3 Bug-type Pokémon 5 Big Roots
Rock-Type Team Go on an expedition with a team of 3 Rock-type Pokémon 5 Balm Mushrooms
Ghost-Type Team Go on an expedition with a team of 3 Ghost-type Pokémon 5 Balm Mushrooms
Dragon-Type Team Go on an expedition with a team of 3 Dragon-type Pokémon 5 Icy Rocks
Steel-Type Team Go on an expedition with a team of 3 Steel-type Pokémon 5 Honeys
Fairy-Type Team Go on an expedition with a team of 3 Fairy-type Pokémon 5 Balm Mushrooms

Cooking

Cook to befriend island Pokémon. You can befriend Pokémon that come to eat your cooking. Rare Pokémon are attracted by rare ingredients.

Recipes

There are 10 ingredients you can use to cook a dish. Some recipes require ingredients that may overlap with another recipe. The game selects which dish to make by finding the first recipe to have its requirements fulfilled starting with #2. If no recipe is found, the result will always be #1 Mulligan Stew à la Cube.

No. Image Name Ingredients Description Ingredients Needed Pokémon
1 Mulligan Stew à la Cube Whatever ingredients you like 5 random ingredients Favorite food of some Pokémon on Tumblecube Island
2 Red Stew à la Cube A whole lot of red 4 red ingredients Favorite food of reddish Pokémon
3 Blue Soda à la Cube A whole lot of blue 4 blue ingredients Favorite food of bluish Pokémon
4 Yellow Curry à la Cube A whole lot of yellow 4 yellow ingredients Favorite food of yellowish Pokémon
5 Gray Porridge à la Cube A whole lot of gray 4 gray ingredients Favorite food of grayish Pokémon
6 Mouth-Watering Dip à la Cube A whole lot of soft things and a lot of blue 4 soft ingredients
3 blue ingredients
Favorite food of Water-type Pokémon
7 Plain Crepe à la Cube A lot of sweet things and a few gray 3 sweet ingredients
2 gray ingredients
Favorite food of Normal-type Pokémon
8 Sludge Soup à la Cube A whole lot of mushrooms and a lot of soft things 4 mushroom ingredients
3 soft ingredients
Favorite food of Poison-type Pokémon
9 Mud Pie à la Cube A few minerals and a lot of soft things 2 mineral ingredients
3 soft ingredients
Favorite food of Ground-type Pokémon
10 Veggie Smoothie à la Cube A whole lot of plants and a few soft things 4 plant ingredients
2 soft ingredients
Favorite food of Grass-type Pokémon
11 Honey Nectar à la Cube A whole lot of sweet things and a lot of yellow 4 sweet ingredients
3 yellow ingredients
Favorite food of Bug-type Pokémon
12 Brain Food à la Cube A lot of sweet things and a few hard things 3 sweet ingredients
2 hard ingredients
Favorite food of Psychic-type Pokémon
13 Stone Soup à la Cube A whole lot of hard things and a few minerals 4 hard ingredients
2 mineral ingredients
Favorite food of Rock-type Pokémon
14 Light-as-Air Casserole à la Cube A lot of minerals and a few plants 3 mineral ingredients
2 plant ingredients
Favorite food of Flying-type Pokémon
15 Hot Pot à la Cube A lot of mushrooms and a little red 3 mushroom ingredients
2 red ingredient
Favorite food of Fire-type Pokémon
16 Watt a Risotto à la Cube A whole lot of soft things and a lot of yellow 4 soft ingredients
3 yellow ingredients
Favorite food of Electric-type Pokémon
17 Get Swole Syrup à la Cube A lot of sweet things and a few mushrooms 3 sweet ingredients
2 mushroom ingredients
Favorite food of Fighting-type Pokémon
18 Ambrosia of Legends à la Cube A whole lot of mystical things 4 mystical ingredients Favorite food of Extremely Rare Pokémon

Staff

Main article: Staff of Pokémon Quest

Version history (Mobile)

iOS

Version Release date Official note Changes
1.0.0 June 20, 2018
  • N/A
  • Initial release
1.0 June 22, 2018
  • Minor bug fixes
1.0.2 July 12, 2018
  • Added a new quest.
  • Improved functionality.
  • Minor bug fixes.

Android

Version Release date Official note Changes
1.0.0 June 27, 2018
  • Pokémon Quest—a rambunctious expedition RPG featuring cube-shaped Pokémon!
  • Initial release
1.0.2 July 12, 2018
  • Added a new quest.
  • Improved functionality.
  • Minor bug fixes.

Compatibility (Mobile)

The game can be played on:

Trailer

Japanese

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English

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In other languages

Language Title
Chinese Cantonese 寶可夢探險尋寶 Pokémon Taamhím Chàhmbóu
Mandarin 寶可夢探險尋寶 / 宝可梦探险寻宝 Bǎokěmèng Tànxiǎn Xúnbǎo
France Flag.png French Pokémon Quest
Germany Flag.png German Pokémon Quest
Italy Flag.png Italian Pokémon Quest
South Korea Flag.png Korean 포켓몬 퀘스트 Pokémon Quest
Spain Flag.png Spanish Pokémon Quest

Trivia

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
Detective PikachuNintendo Badge Arcade
Wii U: Pokkén Tournament
Nintendo Switch: Pokkén Tournament DXPokémon Quest
PC: Pokémon Project Studio Red and BluePokéROMs
Pokémon Masters ArenaPokémon PC MasterPokémon Team Turbo
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