Pokémon Quest—a rambunctious expedition RPG featuring cube-shaped Pokémon!
• The Pokémon you know and love have turned into...cubes?! Head out in search of treasure with your cube-shaped Pokémon buddies on Tumblecube Island—a land where everything is a cube! Your goal is to find the awesome goodies said to be hidden on the island ! The Pokémon you know and love from Pokémon Red and Pokémon Blue appear in this game.
• Battle by tapping! The simple controls make for lively and fun battles! Danger is lurking, so you’ll need the help of your Pokémon buddies on your expeditions on the island. When wild Pokémon appear, your Pokémon will battle ferociously and knock them out one after another!
• Befriend Pokémon to make your own unique team!
You can use the items you get from your expeditions to befriend more Pokémon or make your Pokémon stronger. Make more buddies to create a team that’s all your own, and head out on more expeditions!
• Spruce up your base camp with cute decorations!
Your base camp is your home for this adventure, and you can spruce it up however you like with cute and fun decorations! These decorations can also make your expeditions on the island more beneficial.
・ Saved data
Your play data for this game will only be saved on your local device. You can only store saved data on the server by using the backup function within the application. We recommend that players back up their data often.
・ Compatible operating systems
iOS: iOS9 or higher
Note: This application may not function properly on iPhone 5 and other devices that are not compatible with iOS 11.
Note: This application may not function properly on some devices due to individual differences in customers' operating systems or methods of use.
・ Connection environment
A poor internet connection when communicating with the server from within the game, such as when you're buying items from the shop, can lead to your data becoming corrupted or lost. Please make sure you are in a location with good reception when using features that rely on an internet connection.
If communication is lost momentarily, you may be able to resume play in some cases by trying again a short time later. Please note that we're unable to assist you if you experience problems due to communication errors.
・ Before making purchases
Please make sure that you can use the free-of-charge features of this product with no issues on your device before you make purchases. Certain devices and/or configurations may also cause the application to fail to work.
・ For inquiries
Please visit support.pokemon.com to report issues about Pokémon Quest.
• Minor bug fixes
Ratings and ReviewsSee All
Lots of potential, fun, but RNG oh boy
I’ve spent a lot of time playing this and it’s genuinely something really cool. It’s an interesting concept that makes you think about what ingredients you need, the kind of Pokémon that are essential to beating an expedition, and it’s just as rewarding to evolve Pokémon here as in the console games. The only problem is you have to invest a lot of time. RNG for moves are not in your favor most of the time, and RNG for what Pokémon come out of the pots, while expected, is frustrating. For casual players and even hardcore players, they’re going to delete it pretty fast because of how long it takes to get certain types that are worthwhile with great move sets, which takes a longgggg time. In the original Pokémon games all it takes to change a move is evolution, hm’s, and tm’s. As far as I’ve gotten the only way you can change moves is through training, which unfortunately you have to sacrifice your other Pokémon which you’ve spent a lot of time working on getting. If there was a better way to do that then this would be a really interesting game to keep you moving through expeditions. In conclusion, I really love this mobile game, it’s one of the few games Ive kept on my phone for a month. I’m going to continue to play it, but I hope they add some good changes to give the player more incentive to keep playing.
Great game, few suggestions
I love this game and play all the time. The controls are simple, only having to push a button to dodge or use a move. The game is great, but I have a few suggestions that would improve.
First, dodging. Sometimes when fighting a pokemon, you can tell if they are going to attack. If dodge, sometimes your Pokémon run towards the enemy or into a wall where the opponent is aiming. If you could make dodging more realistic like where they run so they can get as far as possible, that would be a huge improvement. Next, the move dig. This also may apply to other moves, but I mainly use a pokemon that knows dig. Dig should be able to move under pokemon or rocks and trees. It should also be able to dodge attacks underground like in the main games. It doesn’t make sense that if you are underground, and you get hit from a move that aims above ground. Finally, training. XP training should give more XP as you are sacrificing your pokemon. When doing move training you should also be able to choose your move or at least see what moves it can learn. As you do more move training, the percentage of success decreases. I am always constantly move training with pokemon of the same type only to give a 15% chance of success. Even if it succeeds, it gives a useless move that I won’t use at all. Great game, these suggestions could improve the game but it is amazing as usual, pokemon company.
Really fun, few flaws
This game is really fun and stays fun throughout the whole game, the variety of ways that Pokémon can be different really makes it fun to find your favorite Pokémon and get the perfect version of them with the right moves, stone slots, and Bingo Bonuses. There are some glaring issues though. First the energy, WHY? I get that it’s a free game but it’s not making any profit, there is no reason for it at all, at least make it 10 minutes instead of half an hour. Second the stones, I like the concept of getting Pokémon with different slots and finding new stones that have their own perks and stuff, but it feels really jarring that all the stones are in one inventory, it makes it really stressful to choose which Pokémon to put it on when I get them, I wish each Pokémon had their own Inventory where they had their own stones, like each expedition you do each Pokémon get their own stone that is different, I feel like that would make it much easier. Other then that this game is better then most main stream Pokémon games, I much prefer RTS style battles then turn based 1 at a time, it makes much more engaging and you have to focus on 3 at once making it much more fun. The style of the cube Pokémon is really nice looking in my opinion. And I love making new recipes and discovering what recipes give what Pokémon. Overall this is a fun free game with a couple flaws.
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- The Pokemon Company
- 354.1 MB
- Requires iOS 9.0 or later.
- Requires iPadOS 9.0 or later.
- iPod touch
- Requires iOS 9.0 or later.
- Requires macOS 11 or later and a Mac with Apple M1 chip.
English, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Simplified Chinese, Spanish, Traditional Chinese
- Age Rating
- © 2018 Pokémon. © 1995-2018 Nintendo/Creatures Inc./GAME FREAK inc.
- In-App Purchases
- Mini Expedition Pack $2.99
- Expedition 3-Pack Bundle $29.99
- Expedition Pack $4.99
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.