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Pokémon Shuffle

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Pokémon Shuffle

Also known as: PokéToru (Japan)
Developer: Genius Sonority
Publisher: The Pokémon Company
Platform: Nintendo 3DS
Released internationally: February 18, 2015


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Pokémon Shuffle is a freemium puzzle game with gameplay similar to Pokémon Battle Trozei, but featuring a play limit in the form of Hearts required to play a stage. Jewels are available to obtain during the game that can be used to purchase Hearts and in-game currency, and microtransactions allow players to buy Jewels using money from their Nintendo eShop accounts.

Despite the often-criticized pricing strategy, it's still considered a fun puzzle game on its own merits.

Contents

Future Content

While Battle Trozei had all 718 available Pokémon at the time of its release, Shuffle does not. However, evidence seems to show that most if not all other Pokémon will be made available later via updates, either as Special Stages or entirely new areas.

Puzzle Graphics

There are puzzle graphics for every single Pokémon from Bulbasaur to Marshadow, along with every Form/Forme and every Mega Evolution. Excluding Diancie and the Megas, the graphics are mostly copies of those used in Battle Trozei, but with a filter added.

Large Battle Graphics

When a Mega Evolved Pokémon or certain special Pokémon is being battled in a Stage, a larger graphic is used, with several pieces put together and "animated" by moving the parts around. Large graphics for every Mega Evolution and every Legendary Pokémon exist, but only a select few are used. The unused graphics will most likely be used for a Stage added in the future that features the Pokémon.

Mega Evolutions

Legendary Pokémon

Note the inclusion of Red Genesect, which was an important character in the 16th Pokémon animated movie.

Mega Stones

There are graphics for every Mega Stone, but only a few are obtainable in the game, leaving the other Mega Stones unused for now.

Revisional Differences

Version 1.0.0

The original release.

Version 1.0.1

This version was made available for automatic download using the Check In feature in the game on February 18, 2015, and adds the "Meet Mew" Special Stage. The stage would be available to play until March 23.

Version 1.0.2

Available via Check In on February 20, 2015. It fixes a bug that allows the use of literally any available Pokémon as Support, including those that the player has not even met in the game yet. It also gives every player one free Jewel as an apology.

Version 1.1.0

This version was made available as a game update on the eShop on March 6, 2015. It required a complete redownload of the game. All save data would be maintained.

Version 1.1.1

This version could be downloaded via the Check In feature immediately after the v1.1.0 update was installed. It fixes various unknown bugs.

Version 1.1.2

Available via Check In on March 9, 2015. Adds the "Great Challenge - Kyogre" Special Stage. The stage would be available to play until March 23.

Version 1.1.3

Available via Check In on March 16, 2015. Adds the Competitive Mega Lucario Special Stage. Players battle Mega Lucario with a one minute time limit, and their high score is added to an online ranking system. The prize for completing the stage is a Jewel, and the top 20,000 players in the west and 50,000 in Japan to get in the rankings will receive Lucarionite. The event would be held until March 23.

Version 1.1.4

Available via Check In on March 17, 2015. This update fixes a glitch that sometimes set the score of the Mega Lucario Special Stage to 999999, preventing participation for players.

Version 1.1.5

Available via Check In on March 23, 2015. This update makes several big changes:

  • Adds new area Wacky Workshop with 15 new stages:
    • Stage 151 - Munchlax
    • Stage 152 - Chespin
    • Stage 153 - Onix
    • Stage 154 - Froakie
    • Stage 155 - Smeargle
    • Stage 156 - Fennekin
    • Stage 157 - Larvesta
    • Stage 158 - Feebas
    • Stage 159 - Poochyena
    • Stage 160 - Trubbish
    • Stage 161 - Hippopotas
    • Stage 162 - Bagon
    • Stage 163 - Pancham
    • Stage 164 - Yamask
    • Stage 165 - Milotic
  • Rewards players with a free Disruption Delay to celebrate Pokémon Shuffle reaching 2,500,000 downloads.
  • Adds the "Great Challenge - Keldeo" Special Stage.
  • Adds new Daily Pokémon: Pachirisu, Tropius, Sigilyph, Farfetch'd, and Druddigon. These Daily Stages would be available to play until April 20.
  • Rewards players who ranked in the Competitive Mega Lucario Stage challenge with Lucarionite, and gives a Jewel to those who did not rank.
  • Adds listings for all of the above Pokémon and 18 as-of-then unobtainable Pokémon:
    • Groudon
    • Rayquaza
    • Quilladin
    • Chesnaught
    • Braixen
    • Delphox
    • Frogadier
    • Greninja
    • Snorlax
    • Steelix
    • Volcarona
    • Mightyena
    • Garbodor
    • Hippowdon
    • Shelgon
    • Salamence
    • Pangoro
    • Cofagrigus

Version 1.1.6

Available via Check In on March 27, 2015. Awards a Jewel to all the players who received the Lucarionite, due to a small bug preventing the reward from being received previously.

Version 1.1.7

Available via Check In on March 30, 2015. Adds the "Great Challenge - Rayquaza" Special Stage. The stage would be available to play until April 20 and awards players with a Jewel upon completing the stage.

Version 1.1.8

Available via Check In on April 6, 2015. Adds the Competitive Mega Blastoise Special Stage, similar to the Mega Lucario stage. This challenge would last until April 13. Players who ranked would receive Blastoisinite, and all other players would receive a Jewel.

Version 1.1.9

Available via Check In on April 13, 2015. Like v1.1.5, this update adds several things, including new main stages.

  • Rewards players who ranked in the Competitive Mega Blastoise Stage challenge with Blastoisinite, and gives a Jewel to those who did not rank.
  • Adds the Great Challenge: Groudon Special Stage. This stage would be available to play until April 27 and rewards players with 3,000 Coins upon completing the stage.
  • Adds 15 new stages to Wacky Workshop:
    • Stage 166: Solosis
    • Stage 167: Honedge
    • Stage 168: Drilbur
    • Stage 169: Larvitar
    • Stage 170: Shuppet
    • Stage 171: Rufflet
    • Stage 172: Bergmite
    • Stage 173: Mightyena
    • Stage 174: Snubbull
    • Stage 175: Lickitung
    • Stage 176: Timburr
    • Stage 177: Banette
    • Stage 178: Tangela
    • Stage 179: Pupitar
    • Stage 180: Mega Aerodactyl
  • Adds a new Genesect EX Stage.
  • Adds listings for the above Pokémon and 13 as-of-then unobtainable Pokémon:
    • Duosion
    • Reuniclus
    • Doublade
    • Aegislash
    • Excadrill
    • Tyranitar
    • Braviary
    • Avalugg
    • Granbull
    • Lickilicky
    • Gurdurr
    • Conkeldurr
    • Tangrowth

Version 1.1.10

Available via Check In on April 20, 2015.

  • Adds the Pokémon Safari Special Stage, with a Pokémon chosen at random each time. This stage would be available to play until May 2.
  • Adds listings for the Pokémon used in the Pokémon Safari: Carvanha, Sharpedo, Spinda, Cherubi, and Cherrim.

Version 1.1.11

Available via Check In on April 27, 2015. Adds the "3.5 Million Celebration - Celebi" Special Stage, celebrating the game reaching 3.5 million downloads. Completing the stage for the first time rewards the player with 1,000 Coins. The stage would be available to play until May 18.

Version 1.1.12

Another big update made available via Check In on May 11, 2015.

  • Adds the Great Challenge - Regirock Special Stage. Completing the stage for the first time rewards the player with 1,000 Coins. The stage would be available to play until May 25.
  • Adds the new location Pedra Valley, with 10 new stages:
    • Stage 181 - Sneasel
    • Stage 182 - Duosion
    • Stage 183 - Snorlax
    • Stage 184 - Granbull
    • Stage 185 - Frogadier
    • Stage 186 - Gurdurr
    • Stage 187 - Quilladin
    • Stage 188 - Shelgon
    • Stage 189 - Braixen
    • Stage 190 - Steelix
  • Adds listings for Weavile, Regice, and Registeel, which were unobtainable at the time.

Version 1.1.13

Available via Check In on May 18, 2015.

  • The Mega Lucario Challenge returns, and runs until May 25. This time, the challenge is turn-based rather than time-based. Players that make the rankings who already received the Lucarionite will receive two Jewels instead. The required rankings are the same as before.
  • Adds new Daily Pokémon: Girafarig, Shuckle, Kecleon, Relicanth, and Spiritomb. These would be available for two weeks.

Version 1.1.14

Available via Check In on May 25, 2015.

  • To celebrate the game reaching four million downloads, the 4 Million Celebration - Shaymin Special Stage is added. This stage would be available to play until June 15. Upon completing the stage for the first time, players would earn 1,000 Coins.
  • Additionally, all players receive a free Complexity -1 item.
  • Rewards for the Mega Lucario Challenge are given to players who participated.

Version 1.2.0

This version was made available as a patch on the eShop on May 27, 2015. Several new features were added:

  • Previously, Hearts would only regenerate if the total amount was less than 5. Now, regardless of how many Hearts the player has, 5 Hearts will always be regenerating at a time.
  • As an anti-cheating mechanism, certain stages, mostly competitive Challenge Special Stages, check how a score is obtained. If the game judges the data it collects as "improper", three outcomes may occur: the high score may be reset to zero, the player may be completely removed from the ranking, and the player may be banned from participating in the ranking entirely.
  • As a follow-up, the HOME button is disabled during timed challenges, to block a popular exploit.
  • Players may randomly receive a doubled catch rate for a Pokémon when a stage is completed. The game calls this "Super Catch Power".
  • A new item called "Mega Speedup" is added. When used, the Mega Gauge will fill up faster, allowing a Pokémon to Mega-Evolve faster.
  • The Level and Experience of Pokémon also appear when you optimize them on the stage selection.
  • Each Mega Evolution now has a number by their Mega Effect which can be boosted. The effects of this are currently unknown.
  • You can now see a Pokémon’s details immediately after capture.
  • Bonbon Boulevard has now been renamed to Sweet Strasse.
(Source: Serebii and SciresM)

Version 1.2.1

Available via Check In immediately after downloading the patch. Apparently fixes unspecified bugs.

Version 1.2.2

Available via Check In on June 8, 2015.

  • Gives all players one free Mega Speedup item.
  • Adds the Escalation Battle - Giratina Special Stage. Escalation Battle is a new type of stage where the player completes the stage in levels, with the difficulty and the likelihood of catching the Pokémon increasing with each level cleared. The layer is also rewarded after a certain amount of levels are cleared. At Level 5, the player receives 1,000 Coins, Level 10 a Disruption Delay, Level 30 a Mega Start, and Level 50 a Mega Speedup.
  • The second round of Daily Pokémon stages are added again (Pachirisu, Sigilyph, Tropius, Farfetch'd, and Druddigon).
  • Rewards all players who participated in the Mega Venusaur challenge.
  • Adds 10 new stages to Pedra Valley:
    • Stage 191 - Blitzle
    • Stage 192 - Lickilicky
    • Stage 193 - Pangoro
    • Stage 194 - Garbodor
    • Stage 195 - Doublade
    • Stage 196 - Cofagrigus
    • Stage 197 - Reuniclus
    • Stage 198 - Conkeldurr
    • Stage 199 - Tangrowth
    • Stage 200 - Tyranitar
  • Adds three Expert Stages: Chesnaught, Delphox, and Greninja.
  • Adds a listing for Zebstrika, which was not obtainable at the time.

Version 1.2.3

Available via Check In on June 15, 2015.

  • The Mega Blastoise Challenge returns, and runs until June 22. This time, the challenge is turn-based rather than time-based. Players that make the rankings who already received the Blastoisinite will receive two Jewels instead. The required rankings are the same as before.
  • Adds the Great Challenge - Dialga Special Stage. This stage would be available to play until June 29.

Version 1.2.4

Available via Check In on June 22, 2015.

  • Adds the 4.5 Million Celebration - Manaphy Special Stage. The stage would be available to play until July 6.
  • The Pokémon Safari returns with a second wave, featuring Electrike, Manectric, Darumaka, Darmanitan, and Stantler. The stage would be available to play until July 6.
  • Distributes rewards for the Mega Blastoise Challenge.

Version 1.2.5

Available via Check In on June 29, 2015.

  • Adds the Mega Manectric Challenge stage. The challenge is mostly the same as previous challenges, but in addition, players that rank in the top 10,000 in Europe, 20,000 in the US, or 50,000 in Japan will receive a Mega Start and those who rank in the top 3,000 in Europe, 6,000 in the US, or 15,000 in Japan will also receive a Mega Speedup. All other players receive a Jewel as normal. The stage would be available to play until July 5.

Version 1.2.6

Another big update made available via Check In on July 6, 2015.

  • Rewards players who participated in the Mega Manectric Challenge.
  • Adds the fourth wave of Daily Pokémon stages, which would be available for two weeks: Wynaut, Torkoal, Zangoose, Luvdisc, and Seviper.
  • Adds a daily Jirachi stage, which would be available until July 10.
  • Adds a daily Tepig stage, which would be available until July 20.
  • Adds 10 new stages to Pedra Valley:
    • Stage 201: Hippowdon
    • Stage 202: Weavile
    • Stage 203: Avalugg
    • Stage 204: Braviary
    • Stage 205: Excadrill
    • Stage 206: Volcarona
    • Stage 207: Aegislash
    • Stage 208: Zebstrika
    • Stage 209: Salamence
    • Stage 210: Mega Heracross
    • Adds listings for Phione, Snivy, Servine, Serperior, Pignite, Emboar, Oshawott, Dewott, Samurott, and Wobbufett, which were not available at the time. Arceus was also added ahead of time for a Special Stage featuring the Pokémon made available to play from July 10-24.

Version 1.2.7

Available via Check In on July 13, 2015. Adds the Mega Lucario Challenge...again. The third iteration of the competition would be available until July 20.

Version 1.2.8

Available via Check In on July 20, 2015.

  • The third wave of Daily Pokémon returns and lasts until August 1.
  • Adds the "Try 'em Items" - Wobbuffet Special Stage, which would be available until August 15. All Items are free for this stage, and new items are added each Monday: Mega Start on July 20, Disruption Delay on July 27, Attack Power Up on August 3, and Complexity -1 on August 10.
  • The Mega Blaziken Challenge begins, and runs until July 27. The rankings are the same as previous challenges, but with added bonuses: players in the top 16,000 (Europe)/25,000 (North America)/65,000 (Japan) will also receive a Complexity -1, and the top 4,000 (Europe)/6,000 (North America)/15,000 (Japan) will receive a Mega Speedup.
  • Adds the Cresselia Escalation Battle Special Stage, which lasts until August 3. At Level 5 the reward is Moves +5, Level 10 a Disruption Delay, Level 30 a Mega Start, and Level 50 a Mega Speedup.
  • Rewards for the third Mega Lucario Challenge are distributed.

Version 1.2.9

This small update was made available via Check In on July 27, and updates the Wobbuffet Special Stage to include the Disruption Delay item.

Version 1.2.10

Available via Check In on August 3, 2015.

  • Updates the Wobbuffet Special Stage to include the Attack Power Up item.
  • Adds the Pignite Special Stage, available until August 17.
  • Adds the second Pokémon Safari stage, with the following Pokémon: Staryu, Starmie, Gible, Gabite, Garchomp, Phione, and Furfrou.

Version 1.2.11

Available via Check In on August 10, 2015. Updates the Wobbuffet Special Stage to include the Complexity -1 item.

Version 1.2.12

Another big update, made available via Check In on August 17, 2015.

  • Adds new area Albens Town with 10 new stages:
    • Stage 211 - Starly
    • Stage 212 - Gothita
    • Stage 213 - Goomy
    • Stage 214 - Mime Jr.
    • Stage 215 - Staravia
    • Stage 216 - Gothorita
    • Stage 217 - Ralts
    • Stage 218 - Scatterbug
    • Stage 219 - Spewpa
    • Stage 220 - Vivillon
  • Adds three new Expert Stages: Terrakion, Virizion, and Cobalion.
  • Adds the Escalation Battle - Darkrai Special Stage. This stage would be available to play until August 31. At Level 5 the player will receive an Exp. Points x1.5, Level 10 a Disruption Delay, Level 30 a Mega Start, Level 50 a Mega Speedup, Level 75 five Hearts, Level 100 another Mega Speedup, Level 125 five more Hearts, and two more Mega Speedups at Levels 150 and 200 respectively.
  • Adds listings for the above Pokémon, plus several as-of-then unobtainable Pokémon:
    • Staraptor
    • Sliggoo
    • Goodra
    • Gothitelle
    • Mr. Mime
    • Kirlia
    • Gardevoir
    • Gallade
  • The first wave of Daily Pokémon returns and lasts until August 29.
  • Rewards are distributed for the Mega Garchomp Challenge Stage.

Version 1.2.13

Available via Check In on August 24, 2015. The Mega Venusaur Challenge returns, and lasts until August 31.

Version 1.2.14

Available via Check In on August 31, 2015.

  • Rewards for the Mega Venusaur Challenge are distributed.
  • Adds the High-Speed Challenge - Lugia Special Stage. This stage gives the player 30 seconds to defeat Lugia. This stage would be available to play until September 14.
  • Adds the Try 'em Items - Carnivine Special Stage. Unlike the Wobbuffett stage, all items are available immediately. However, the stage has a 30-second time limit. This stage would be available to play until September 12.
  • The first wave of the Pokémon Safari stage returns, and is available to play until September 14.

Version 1.2.15

Available via Check In on September 4, 2015.

  • The Mega Sharpedo Competition begins on September 7 and lasts until September 14. The top 18,000 in the US, 50,000 in Japan, and 11,000 in Europe will receive the Sharpedonite. The top 10,000 in Japan, 3,500 in the US, and 2,500 in Europe will also receive a Mega Speedup. The top 70,000 in Japan, 25,000 in the US, and 16,000 in Europe will receive an Attack Power Up. All other players will receive a Jewel.

Version 1.2.16

Available via Check In on September 14, 2015.

  • Rewards for the Mega Sharpedo Challenge are distributed.
  • Adds the Commemorative Event - Diancie Special Stage in celebration of 5,000,000 downloads. This stage would be available to play until September 28.
  • The Regirock Special Stage returns, and lasts until September 18.

Version 1.2.17

Available via Check In on September 18, 2015.

  • Adds new Albens Town stages:
    • Stage 221 - Meditite
    • Stage 222 - Skitty
    • Stage 223 - Kirlia
    • Stage 224 - Staraptor
    • Stage 225 - Klink
    • Stage 226 - Mr. Mime
    • Stage 227 - Klang
    • Stage 228 - Gothitelle
    • Stage 229 - Sliggoo
    • Stage 230 - Medicham
  • Adds listings for Ho-oh, Delcatty, and Klinklang, which were not available at the time.
  • Adds the Great Challenge - Registeel Special Stage. This stage would be available to play until September 23.
  • The Mew Special Stage returns, and lasts until October 2.
  • The Mega Charizard Y Challenge begins, and lasts until September 28. The top 3,500 in America and top 2,500 in Europe will receive a Charizardite Y and Mega Speedup, the top 18,000 in America and 11,000 in Europe will receive a Charizardite Y, and the top 25,000 in America and top 16,000 in Europe will receive two Attack Power Up items. All other players will be given a Jewel.

Version 1.2.18

Available via Check In on September 28, 2015.

  • Rewards for the Mega Charizard Y Competition are distributed.
  • Adds the Escalation Battle - Latias Special Stage. The rewards are an Exp. Points x1.5 at Level 5, a Disruption Delay at Level 10, a Mega Start at Level 25, 1,000 Coins at Level 35, the Latiasite Mega Stone at Level 50, 1,000 Coins at Level 60, and a Mega Speedup at Level 70. The stage would be available to play until October 12.
  • The Keldeo Special Stage returns, and runs until October 5.

Version 1.2.19

Available via Check In on October 5, 2015.

  • The Mega Absol Competition begins, and runs until October 12. The top 50,000 in Japan, 20,000 in America, or 12,000 in Europe get Absolite, and the top 10,000 in Japan, 3,800 in America, or 2,400 in Europe also get a Mega Speedup. The top 70,000 in Japan, 27,000 in America, or 17,000 in Europe get two Attack Power Up items. All other players receive a Jewel.
  • The Dialga Special Stage returns, and runs until October 12.
  • Adds the Great Challenge - Palkia Special Stage. This stage would be available to play until October 19.

Version 1.2.20

Available via Check In on October 12, 2015.

  • Rewards for the Mega Absol Competition are distributed.
  • Adds the Great Challenge - Dusknoir Special Stage. This stage would be available to play until October 26.
  • A new Pokémon Safari stage is added, which includes Duskull, Dusclops, Pumpkaboo, Gourgeist, Zubat, Golbat, and Crobat. This stage would be available until October 26.

Version 1.2.21

Available via Check In on October 19, 2015.

  • Adds new Albens Town stages:
    • Stage 231 - Grimer
    • Stage 232 - Wingull
    • Stage 233 - Bouffalant
    • Stage 234 - Muk
    • Stage 235 - Pawniard
    • Stage 236 - Delcatty
    • Stage 237 - Pelipper
    • Stage 238 - Gardevoir
    • Stage 239 - Klinklang
    • Stage 240 - Mega Medicham
  • Adds three Expert Stages:
    • Stage EX28 - Bisharp
    • Stage EX29 - Gallade
    • Stage EX30 - Goodra
  • The Mega Banette Competition returns. The top 65,000 in Japan, 16,000 in Europe, and 23,000 in the US will receive a Banettite, and the top 5,000 in Japan, 1,000 in Europe, and 1,500 in US will also receive a Mega Speedup. The top 80,000 in Japan, 19,000 in Europe, and the top 28,000 in the US will receive an Attack Power. All other players get a Jewel. Those who place high enough to receive the Banettite but have already received it in the previous run will receive two Jewels.
  • The Giratina Escalation Battle Stage returns, and runs until November 2. Level 5 gives 1,000 Coins, Level 10 a Disruption Delay, Level 30 a Mega Start, Level 50 a Mega Speedup, 2,000 Coins at Levels 60, 75, and 85, and Level 100 a Mega Speedup.

Version 1.2.22

Available via Check In on October 26, 2015.

  • Rewards for the Mega Banette Challenge are distributed.
  • The Celebi Special Stage returns, and runs until November 9.
  • The Lugia Special Stage also returns and runs until November 9.
  • Adds the Great Challenge - Ho-oh Special Stage. This stage runs until November 9.

Version 1.2.23

Available via Check In on November 9, 2015.

  • The second Pokémon Safari stage makes its return and runs until November 24.
  • The Tornadus Special Stage begins. This stage can be played daily and runs until November 16.

Version 1.2.24

Available via Check In on November 16, 2015.

  • The Mega Manectric Challenge returns. The top 12,000 in Europe, 50,000 in Japan, and 18,000 in the US will receive the Manectite, and the top 1,000 in Europe, 1,600 in the US, and 5,000 in Japan also receive a Mega Speedup. The top 20,000 in Europe, 30,000 in the US, and 80,000 in Japan receive an Attack Power Up. All other players receive a Jewel. The competition ends on November 24.
  • Adds the Delibird Escalation Battle Special Stage. This Delibird cannot be caught, but gives a variety of items as you go through the levels. They are as follows - Level 1: Exp. Points x1.5. Level 5: Moves +5. Level 10: Disruption Delay. Level 15: Exp. Points x1.5. Level 20: Mega Start. Level 30: Attack Power Up. Level 40: Exp. Points x1.5. Level 50: Attack Power Up. Level 60: Moves +5. Level 70: Disruption Delay. Level 80: Mega Start. Level 100: Complexity -1. It runs until November 24.
  • Adds new area Roseus Center with new stages:
    • Stage 241 - Budew
    • Stage 242 - Machop
    • Stage 243 - Shinx
    • Stage 244 - Whismur
    • Stage 245 - Luxio
    • Stage 246 - Spritzee
    • Stage 247 - Machoke
    • Stage 248 - Roselia
    • Stage 249 - Aromatisse
    • Stage 250 - Roserade
  • Adds the Expert Stage EX31 - Luxray.

Version 1.2.25

Available via Check In on November 24, 2015.

  • Adds the Latios Escalation Battle, available until December 8. The following prizes are included - Level 5: EXP Points x1.5. Level 10: Disruption Delay. Level 25: Mega Start. Level 50: Latiosite. Level 100: Mega Speedup.
  • Adds the Machamp Special Stage, available until December 8.

Version 1.2.26

Available via Check In on December 8, 2015.

  • Adds the Landorus Special Stage. This stage can only be played once a day, and the capture rate increases on each successive day over the next week.
  • The Dialga and Palkia stages return and last until December 15.
  • The third Pokémon Safari makes its return and runs until December 22.

Version 1.2.27

Available via Check In on December 12, 2015.

  • Adds the Keldeo Resolute Form Special Stage, which runs until January 5, 2016. At Level 25 it gives 1,000 Coins, Level 30 a Mega Speedup, Level 40 1,000 Coins, Level 50 a Mega Speedup, Level 60 1,000 Coins, Level 70 a Disruption Delay, Level 80 an Attack Power , Level 90 1,000 Coins, and Level 100 a Mega Speedup.
  • The Shaymin stage returns and lasts until January 5, 2016. It will give a Jewel if you complete it
  • The Regice stage returns again and runs until December 28, 2015.
  • Adds more new stages:
    • Stage 251 - Inkay
    • Stage 252 - Chimchar
    • Stage 253 - Skiddo
    • Stage 254 - Monferno
    • Stage 255 - Joltik
    • Stage 256 - Gogoat
    • Stage 257 - Loudred
    • Stage 258 - Galvantula
    • Stage 259 - Exploud
    • Stage 260 - Deoxys
  • Adds the Expert Stage EX32 - Malamar.

Version 1.2.28

Available via Check In on December 22, 2015. This patch fixes a glitch that required Heracross to have over 100 matches to activate Mega Evolution.

Version 1.2.29

Available via Check In on January 12, 2016.

  • Adds the Infernape Special Stage, which runs until January 26.
  • The Dusknoir Special Stage returns and runs until January 19.
  • The Arceus stage also returns, and runs until January 26.

Version 1.2.30

Available via Check in on January 19, 2016.

  • The original Pokémon Safari stage returns and runs until February 2.
  • Adds the Great Challenge - Zekrom Special Stage. This stage runs until February 2.
  • Adds more new stages:
    • Stage 261 - Aron
    • Stage 262 - Flabébé
    • Stage 263 - Makuhita
    • Stage 264 - Hariyama
    • Stage 265 - Munna
    • Stage 266 - Vullaby
    • Stage 267 - Musharna
    • Stage 268 - Lairon
    • Stage 269 - Gligar
    • Stage 270 - Aggron
    • Stage 271 - Tympole
    • Stage 272 - Nosepass
    • Stage 273 - Floette
    • Stage 274 - Mandibuzz
    • Stage 275 - Spinarak
    • Stage 276 - Rattata
    • Stage 277 - Ariados
    • Stage 278 - Porygon
    • Stage 279 - Stunky
    • Stage 280 - Florges
    • Stage 281 - Raticate
    • Stage 282 - Chinchou
    • Stage 283 - Palpitoad
    • Stage 284 - Probopass
    • Stage 285 - Igglybuff
    • Stage 286 - Snover
    • Stage 287 - Lanturn
    • Stage 288 - Alomomola
    • Stage 289 - Abomasnow
    • Stage 290 - Rayquaza
    • Stage 291 - Swinub
    • Stage 292 - Seismitoad
    • Stage 293 - Jigglypuff
    • Stage 294 - Doduo
    • Stage 295 - Piloswine
    • Stage 296 - Dodrio
    • Stage 297 - Porygon2
    • Stage 298 - Skuntank
    • Stage 299 - Wigglytuff
    • Stage 300 - Mega Rayquaza
  • Adds new Expert Stages:
    • Stage EX33 - Mamoswine
    • Stage EX34 - Gliscor
    • Stage EX35 - Porygon-Z

Version 1.2.31

Available via Check In on February 2, 2016.

  • Adds the Shaymin Sky Forme Special Stage to celebrate the first anniversary of Pokémon Shuffle. This stage is a timed challenge and runs until February 16.
  • Adds the Great Challenge - Reshiram Special Stage, available until February 16.
  • The Thundurus stage returns and runs until February 9. This stage can only be played once per day.
  • The Try 'em Items - Carnivine stage returns and runs until February 16.

Version 1.2.32

Available via Check In on February 16, 2016.

  • The Mew stage returns to celebrate the 20th Anniversary of Pokémon. This stage runs until March 8.
  • Adds the High-Speed Challenge - Beedrill Special Stage. This stage runs until March 1.
  • A new Pokémon Safari stage begins and runs until March 1. This Safari contains Oddish, Gloom, Vileplume, Abra, Kadabra, Alakazam, and Tauros.
  • Adds a new area (Desert Umbra) with new stages:
    • Stage 301 - Pansear
    • Stage 302 - Paras
    • Stage 303 - Phantump
    • Stage 304 - Spoink
    • Stage 305 - Koffing
    • Stage 306 - Parasect
    • Stage 307 - Murkrow
    • Stage 308 - Trevenant
    • Stage 309 - Grumpig
    • Stage 310 - Weezing
    • Stage 311 - Spearow
    • Stage 312 - Panpour
    • Stage 313 - Growlithe
    • Stage 314 - Spheal
    • Stage 315 - Pansage
    • Stage 316 - Tyrunt
    • Stage 317 - Sealeo
    • Stage 318 - Fearow
    • Stage 319 - Mankey
    • Stage 320 - Tyrantrum
    • Stage 321 - Magikarp
    • Stage 322 - Simisear
    • Stage 323 - Exeggcute
    • Stage 324 - Golett
    • Stage 325 - Magnemite
    • Stage 326 - Finneon
    • Stage 327 - Sandile
    • Stage 328 - Magneton
    • Stage 329 - Teddiursa
    • Stage 330 - Magnezone
    • Stage 331 - Simipour
    • Stage 332 - Kabuto
    • Stage 333 - Smoochum
    • Stage 334 - Simisage
    • Stage 335 - Lumineon
    • Stage 336 - Omanyte
    • Stage 337 - Weedle
    • Stage 338 - Sentret
    • Stage 339 - Furret
    • Stage 340 - Golurk
    • Stage 341 - Kakuna
    • Stage 342 - Ursaring
    • Stage 343 - Skorupi
    • Stage 344 - Primeape
    • Stage 345 - Jynx
    • Stage 346 - Krokorok
    • Stage 347 - Drapion
    • Stage 348 - Exeggutor
    • Stage 349 - Krookodile
    • Stage 350 - Mega Mewtwo X
  • Adds new Expert Stages:
    • Stage EX36 - Walrein
    • Stage EX37 - Honchkrow
    • Stage EX38 - Arcanine

Version 1.2.33

This patch was made available via Check In on February 25, 2016 and fixes minor unspecified bugs.

Version 1.2.34

Available via Check In on March 1, 2016.

  • Adds the High Speed Challenge - Kabutops Special Stage. This stage runs until March 15.
  • The Machamp stage returns and runs until March 8.
  • The Darkrai Escalation Battle stage also returns and runs until March 15.

Version 1.2.35

Available via Check In on March 15.

  • Adds the High Speed Challenge - Noivern Special Stage. This stage runs until March 29.
  • A new Pokémon Safari stage begins and runs until March 29. This Safari contains Hoothoot, Noctowl, Houndour, Houndoom, Pineco, Forretress and Noibat.
  • The Landorus stage returns and runs until March 22. It can only be played once a day with catch rates going up each day.
  • The Rotom Daily Pokémon stages return. These can only be played once per day Monday through Friday. This rotation ends on March 29.

Version 1.3.0

A major update made available via a patch on the Nintendo eShop on March 23. This update includes some UI changes to match those implemented in Pokémon Shuffle Mobile, some brand-new modes and features, and other helpful improvements. Full list of changes:

  • The title screen background color is changed.
  • New fonts and borders have been added throughout the game.
  • Adds notes for how many Pokémon you have caught in each area.
  • Recommended level added on some stages.
  • Amelia's Recommendation added for some stages.
  • Next Expert Level beyond what you've unlocked is added, with a note showing how many S Ranks you have.
  • In Competitive Stage rankings, in addition to the Top 5, it now lists the various cut-off points for each prize including the current score for it.
  • In Pokémon Safari stages, silhouettes and icons are shown of the Pokémon you haven't and have caught respectively
  • Touch a Pokémon on the stage select screen to show its details.
  • Experience gained value added at the end of each stage.
  • Shows type effectiveness when scrolling through the Support Pokémon list to select a Support Pokémon.
  • Remaining experience to level up listed on Pokémon List.
  • In Event Stages, a blue exclamation mark is shown if the stage has yet to be played.
  • New mode added: Survival Mode. Survival Mode has you face off against various stages non-stop and unlocks after you beat Stage 150. You select your 4 Support Pokémon before you start and you have to pay 3 Hearts in order to play the mode. From here, you play through random stages, with some stages being fixed, from the main part of the game. You have a fixed amount of moves for each stage but that does increase depending on your success in the game. There are 50 stages to fight through. The fixed stages are:
    • Level 3 - Mega Kangaskhan
    • Level 6 - Mega Audino
    • Level 10 - Mega Sableye
    • Level 11 - Mega Slowbro
    • Level 15 - Raichu

As you get past various stages, you will receive various item enhancements as a prize. All of these enhancements are new, so descriptions have been provided.

    • Exp. Booster S (Increases your Pokémon's Exp. Points by a small amount [+50]) at Level 10
    • Exp. Booster M (Increases your Pokémon's Exp. Points by a moderate amount [+200]) at Level 20 (Level 10 the first time)
    • Exp. Booster L (Increases your Pokémon's Exp. Points by a large amount [+1,000]) at Level 30,
    • Level Up (Increases your Pokémon's Level by 1) at Level 40
    • Raise Max Level (Allows for the Pokémon to go above Level 10 by 1 level per item) at Level 50
  • New mode added: Mission Cards. Mission Cards give you specific missions to accomplish and give various rewards for completing them. Each Mission Card has a number of missions to complete and each mission gives a certain amount of stars for completion. These stars act as reward markers and give you items when you hit certain milestones.
  • Multiple Pokémon now able to go beyond Level 10 due to the Raise Max Level item.
  • Ability to search for Pokémon based on type effectiveness when selecting Support Pokémon.
  • Functionality to allow for the quick travel to the various areas is added.
  • SpotPass Functionality added to allow for news on updates to be sent automatically to the 3DS.
  • If you have purchased between 5 and 9 Jewels in a month, your regenerated hearts can go up to 6 and you get 600 coins with each Check In. If you have purchased over 10 Jewels in a month, your regenerated hearts can go up to 7 and you get 700 coins with each Check In. This lasts until the end of the month you purchased the Jewels in.
(Source: Serebii)

Version 1.3.1

Available via Check In immediately after downloading the 1.3 patch. Restores the Noivern and Pokémon Safari stages for up until their expiration date, after being removed by the patch.

Version 1.3.2

Made available via Check In shortly after the previous update. Fixes minor unspecified bugs.

Version 1.3.3

Made available via Check In some time after the previous update. Fixed a glitch that caused Mission Card rewards to be doubled.

(Source: Serebii)

Version 1.3.4

Available via Check In on March 29.

  • Adds the Great Challenge - Zygarde (10% Forme) Special Stage. This stage runs until April 12.
  • A new Pokémon Safari stage begins and runs until April 12. This Safari contains the following Pokémon: Cleffa, Clefairy, Clefable, Deerling (Spring Form), Sawsbuck (Spring Form), and Pikachu (Angry).
  • The Lugia and Ho-oh stages both return and run until April 5.
  • The Kyogre stage returns, and runs until April 12.
  • The Evolving Challenge returns and runs until April 19. Tepig is available from the start, Pignite will appear starting on April 1, and Emboar will appear starting on April 5.
  • The second wave of Daily Pokémon returns, and runs until April 12.

Version 1.3.5

Available via Check In on April 5.

  • The Mega Sceptile Competitive Stage begins, and runs until April 12. This competition is turn-based, but uses Fast Match, where you get additional points if you make a match quickly after the previous match. The top 20,000 in the US, 12,000 in Europe, and 50,000 in Japan receive a Sceptilite. Top 2,000 in the US, 1,200 in Europe, and 5,000 in Japan also receive a Raise Max Level. Top 30,000 in the US, 18,000 in Europe, and 70,000 in Japan do not receive the Sceptilite but instead receive 2 Attack Powers. All other players get one Attack Power.
  • The Tornadus stage returns and runs until April 12. It can be played once per day.
  • The Groudon stage also returns, and runs until April 19.
  • As previously stated, the Emboar stage returns until April 19.

Version 1.3.6

Available via Check In on April 12.

  • Adds the Escalation Battle - Zygarde (50% Forme) Special Stage. At Level 30 players are rewarded with an Exp Booster S, Level 40 an Exp Booster M, Level 50 a Mega Speedup, Level 70 an Exp Booster L, Level 90 a Level Up and Level 100 a Raise Max level. A new gimmick appears in this Escalation Battle, where sometimes a Level will be skipped completely due to the Pokémon getting angry. This stage runs until April 26.
  • Adds the Great Challenge - Landorus (Therian Forme) Special Stage. This stage runs until April 26.
  • The Manaphy stage returns and runs until April 26.
  • The third wave of Daily Pokémon returns and runs until April 26.

Version 1.3.7

Available via Check In on April 19.

  • Adds the High-Speed Challenge - Greninja (Ash-Greninja) Special Stage. This stage runs until May 3.
  • The Mega Blaziken Challenge returns and runs until April 26. Players that rank in the top 22,000 in the US, 15,000 in Europe or 60,000 in Japan will receive a Blazikenite, or a Mega Speedup if they already have a Blazikenite. Those who rank in the top 3,500 in the US, 2,500 in Europe or 10,000 in Japan will also receive a Raise Max Level. Those who do not qualify but are in the top 30,000 in the US, 20,000 in Europe, or 80,000 in Japan will receive 1 Attack Power. All other players get a Disruption Delay. Like the previous Mega Stone challenge, this stage is a Fast Match competition which increases damage inflicted if you move within 4 seconds of your last move.
  • The Keldeo (Ordinary Form) stage returns and runs until May 3.
  • The Infernape stage returns and runs until May 3.

Version 1.3.8

Available via Check In on April 26.

  • Rewards for the Mega Blaziken Challenge are distributed.
  • The fourth Pokémon Safari returns and runs until May 10.
  • A new set of Daily Pokémon begins and runs until May 10. The Pokémon featured include Tyrogue on Tuesday, Castform on Wednesday, Mantyke on Thursday, Solrock on Friday and Lunatone on Monday.
  • Adds the Great Challenge - Azelf Special Stage. This stage runs until May 10.
  • Adds the Ultra Challenge - Zygarde (Complete Forme) Special Stage. This stage runs until May 10.
  • Adds new area Violeta Palace with new stages:
    • Stage 351 - Lotad
    • Stage 352 - Psyduck
    • Stage 353 - Cranidos
    • Stage 354 - Yanma
    • Stage 355 - Glameow
    • Stage 356 - Lombre
    • Stage 357 - Golduck
    • Stage 358 - Trapinch
    • Stage 359 - Binacle
    • Stage 360 - Rampardos
    • Stage 361 - Slugma
    • Stage 362 - Purugly
    • Stage 363 - Natu
    • Stage 364 - Skrelp
    • Stage 365 - Magcargo
    • Stage 366 - Barbaracle
    • Stage 367 - Combee
    • Stage 368 - Deino
    • Stage 369 - Xatu
    • Stage 370 - Dragalge
    • Stage 371 - Vespiquen
    • Stage 372 - Zweilous
    • Stage 373 - Unown (!)
    • Stage 374 - Horsea
    • Stage 375 - Shieldon
    • Stage 376 - Scraggy
    • Stage 377 - Rhyhorn
    • Stage 378 - Patrat
    • Stage 379 - Seadra
    • Stage 380 - Bastiodon
    • Stage 381 - Rhydon
    • Stage 382 - Scrafty
    • Stage 383 - Unown (?)
    • Stage 384 - Watchog
    • Stage 385 - Shellos
    • Stage 386 - Vibrava
    • Stage 387 - Elekid
    • Stage 388 - Bunnelby
    • Stage 389 - Gastrodon
    • Stage 390 - Flygon
    • Stage 391 - Electabuzz
    • Stage 392 - Clamperl
    • Stage 393 - Diggersby
    • Stage 394 - Cacnea
    • Stage 395 - Huntail
    • Stage 396 - Magby
    • Stage 397 - Cacturne
    • Stage 398 - Gorebyss
    • Stage 399 - Magmar
    • Stage 400 - Mega Scizor
  • Adds new Expert Stages:
    • Stage EX39 - Yanmega
    • Stage EX40 - Ludicolo
    • Stage EX41 - Hydreigon

Version 1.3.9

Available via Check In on May 2. Fixes minor unknown bugs.

Version 1.3.10

Available via Check In on May 17.

  • Adds the Great Challenge - Electivire Special Stage. This stage runs until May 31.
  • A new Pokémon Safari begins and runs until May 31. This Safari contains the following Pokémon: Drowzee, Hypno, Frillish, Jellicent, Elgyem, Beheeyem and Mesprit. If you bring the Pokémon in the Safari with you, coins will spawn during disruptions.
  • The Groudon stage returns and runs until May 31. You may earn a Skill Booster when you defeat the stage.
  • The Wobbuffet items stage returns and runs until May 31.
  • The fourth wave of Daily Pokémon returns and runs until May 31.
  • Adds the new Skill Gauge mechanic and the Skill Booster item. Currently, only the Medium variant of the item is available. This item increases a Pokémon's Skill Gauge, which increases the power of the Pokémon's Ability (also known as Skill in this game).

Version 1.3.11

Available via Check In on May 31.

  • The Mega Abomasnow challenge returns and runs until June 7. Players in the top 700 in North America, 500 in Europe, or 2,000 in Japan will receive an Abomasite and two Mega Speedups. Those in the top 3,500 in North America, 2,500 in Europe, or 10,000 in Japan receive an Abomasite and one Mega Speedup. Those in the top 22,000 in North America, 15,000 in Europe, or 60,000 in Japan receive only an Abomasite. Those who don't qualify for the Abomasite but are in the top 30,000 in North America, 20,000 in Europe, or 80,000 in Japan receive an Attack Power. Everyone else gets a Disruption Delay. If the player already has an Abomasite, they will receive a Raise Max Level instead.
  • The Keldeo stage returns and runs until June 14.
  • The Infernape stage returns and runs until June 14
  • The Giratina Escalation Battle returns and runs until June 14. Players will receive an EXP Booster S at Level 5, a Disruption Delay at Level 30, a Mega Speed Up at Level 50, an EXP Booster M at Level 85, and a Raise Max Level at Level 100.
  • Adds three new Mission Cards.

Version 1.3.12

Available via Check In on June 1. Fixes a glitch in Levels 51 through 60 of the Giratina Escalation Battle.

Version 1.3.13

Available via Check In on June 14.

  • The Mega Gardevoir Challenge returns and runs until June 21. Players in the top 1,100 in North America, 800 in Europe or top 3,000 in Japan receive a Gardevoirite, Mega Speedup & Raise Max Level. Those in the top 3,600 in North America, 2,400 in Europe or 10,000 in Japan receive a Gardevoirite and a Mega Speedup. Those in the top 22,000 in North America, 15,000 in Europe or top 60,000 in Japan receive only a Gardevoirite. Those in the top 30,000 in North America, 20,000 in Europe or 80,000 in Japan receive an Attack Power. All other players receive a Disruption Delay. If the player already has a Gardevoirite, they will receive a Level Up.
  • The Omastar stage returns and runs until June 28.
  • The Kabutops stage returns and runs until June 28.
  • The Dialga stage returns and runs until June 28.

Version 1.3.14

Available via Check In on June 27.

  • The Mega Gyarados Challenge begins and runs until July 5. The top 19,000 players in North America, 50,000 in Japan and 13,000 in Europe will receive the Gyaradosite. Those in the top 3,700 in North America, 10,000 in Japan and 2,500 in Europe will also receive a Mega Speedup, and those in the top 1,100 in North America, 3000 in Japan, and 700 in Europe will receive a Mega Speedup and a Raise Max Level along with their Gyaradosite. Those who do not qualify for the Gyaradosite but are in the top 27,000 in North America, 70,000 in Japan, and 18,000 in Europe will receive an Attack Power and a Disruption Delay. All other players will receive an an Attack Power.
  • The Great Challenge - Raikou stage begins and runs until July 5. It allows for players to receive Raise Max Levels and Raikou Skill Boosters.
  • The Great Challenge - Hitmonlee stage begins and runs until July 12.
  • The Ho-Oh stage returns and runs until July 12. The stage may give Ho-Oh Skill Boosters.
  • The Daily Pokémon stages featuring Rotom return and run until July 12.

Version 1.3.15

Available via Check In on July 12.

  • The Great Challenge - Hoopa (Confined) stage begins and runs until July 26. It requires 400 coins to play.
  • An altered Pokémon Safari begins and runs until July 26. This is a repeat of the Safari containing Electrike, Manectric, Darumaka, Darmanitan & Stantler, but also includes Pikachu (Winking) and Raichu (Winking).
  • The Regigigas stage returns and runs until July 26.
  • The Azelf stage returns and runs until July 26.

Version 1.3.16

Available via Check In on July 26.

  • The Cresselia Escalation Battle stage returns and runs until August 9. The stage features new rewards, including Skill Swappers at Level 50 and multiple special "Coin Stages" throughout.
  • The Zygarde 10% Forme stage returns and runs until August 9. Completing it gives you a chance to get Zygarde Skill Boosters.
  • The Landorus stage returns and runs until August 2.
  • The Wobbuffet Try 'Em Items stage returns and runs until August 9
  • The Pokémon Safari featuring Elgyem, Beheeyem, Drowzee, Hypno, Frillish, Jellicent and Mesprit returns and runs until August 9.
  • Adds the new area Blau Salon and 50 new stages:
    • Stage 401 - Tynamo
    • Stage 402 - Squirtle
    • Stage 403 - Phanpy
    • Stage 404 - Eelektrik
    • Stage 405 - Seel
    • Stage 406 - Charmander
    • Stage 407 - Chikorita
    • Stage 408 - Dewgong
    • Stage 409 - Donphan
    • Stage 410 - Eelektross
    • Stage 411 - Wartortle
    • Stage 412 - Geodude
    • Stage 413 - Charmeleon
    • Stage 414 - Bayleef
    • Stage 415 - Graveler
    • Stage 416 - Eevee
    • Stage 417 - Snorunt
    • Stage 418 - Espurr
    • Stage 419 - Gulpin
    • Stage 420 - Mega Tyranitar
    • Stage 421 - Frillish
    • Stage 422 - Hawlucha
    • Stage 423 - Umbreon
    • Stage 424 - Bulbasaur
    • Stage 425 - Poliwag
    • Stage 426 - Cyndaquil
    • Stage 427 - Glalie
    • Stage 428 - Meowstic (Male)
    • Stage 429 - Swalot
    • Stage 430 - Jellicent
    • Stage 431 - Meowstic (Female)
    • Stage 432 - Slakoth
    • Stage 433 - Totodile
    • Stage 434 - Pidgey
    • Stage 435 - Venipede
    • Stage 436 - Ivysaur
    • Stage 437 - Croconaw
    • Stage 438 - Minccino
    • Stage 439 - Whirlipede
    • Stage 440 - Vigoroth
    • Stage 441 - Espeon
    • Stage 442 - Voltorb
    • Stage 443 - Pidgeotto
    • Stage 444 - Scolipede
    • Stage 445 - Cinccino
    • Stage 446 - Audino
    • Stage 447 - Poliwhirl
    • Stage 448 - Quilava
    • Stage 449 - Pidgeot
    • Stage 450 - Hoopa (Unbound Forme)
  • Adds new Expert Stages:
    • Stage EX42 - Poliwrath
    • Stage EX43 - Electrode

Version 1.3.17

Available via Check In on August 9.

  • Adds the Great Challenge - Meganium stage. This stage runs until August 23.
  • The Zygarde 50% Forme Escalation Battle returns and runs until August 23.
  • The Pokémon Safari featuring Gible, Gabite, Garchomp, Staryu, Starmie, Furfrou and Phione returns and runs until August 23.
  • The Tornadus stage returns and runs until August 16. This stage can be played once a day and gets easier to catch each day. After catching it, it may drop a Thundurus Skill Booster or a Mega Speedup.
  • The Mew stage returns and runs until August 23. It occasionally drops Mew Skill Boosters.

Version 1.3.18

Available via Check In on August 23.

  • Adds the Ultra Challenge - White Kyurem stage. This stage runs until September 6.
  • The Diancie Escalation Battle returns and runs until September 6.
  • The Shaymin Land Forme stage returns and runs until September 6. It occasionally drops Shaymin Skill Boosters.
  • The Zekrom stage returns and runs until September 6. It occasionally drops Zekrom Skill Boosters.
  • The Complete Forme Zygarde stage returns and runs until September 6.

Version 1.3.19

Available via Check In on August 30.

  • Adds the Special Challenge - Xerneas stage. This stage runs until September 6.
  • The Mega Charizard X challenge returns and runs until September 6. Players in the top 1,600 in North America, 1,000 in Europe or 5,000 in Japan will receive a Charizardite X, Mega Speedup and a Skill Swapper. Players in the top 6,400 in America, 4,200 in Europe or 20,000 in Japan will receive a Charizardite X and a Mega Speedup. Players in the top 19,000 in North America, 13,000 in Europe or 60,000 in Japan will receive a Charizardite X and Disruption Delay. Players in the top 26,000 in North America, 17,000 in Europe or 80,000 in Japan will receive an Attack Power and Disruption Delay. Players who already have a Charizardite X will receive a Raise Max Level. All other players get an Attack Power.
  • The Arceus stage returns and runs until September 13.
  • The Regice stage returns and runs until September 13.
  • The Daily Pokémon stages featuring Maractus, Dunsparce, Qwilfish, Durant and Heatmor return and run until September 13.

Version 1.3.20

Available via Check In on September 6.

  • Adds the Great Challenge - Pikachu (Happy) stage. This stage runs until September 20.
  • Adds the Great Challenge - Hitmonchan stage. This stage runs until September 20.
  • The Shaymin (Sky Forme) stage returns and runs until September 20. This stage will also occasionally give Shaymin Skill Boosters.
  • The Dusknoir stage returns and runs until September 20. This stage will also occasionally give Dusknoir Skill Boosters.
  • The Pokémon Safari that includes Abra, Kadabra, Alakazam, Tauros, Oddish, Gloom and Vileplume returns and runs until September 20. After catching the Pokémon, the stage may occasionally give EXP Booster S or EXP Booster M.
  • Several more Pokémon can now use Raise Max Levels.
  • 3 new Mission Cards have been added.

Version 1.3.21

Available via Check In on September 20.

  • A new Pokémon Safari begins and runs until October 4. This Safari contains Aipom, Ambipom, Sewaddle, Swadloon, Leavanny, Cottonee (Winking) and Whimsicott (Winking).
  • The Beedrill stage returns and runs until October 4.
  • The Dialga stage returns and runs until October 4.
  • The Zygarde (Complete Forme) stage returns and runs until October 4.
  • Adds new area Graucus Hall with 20 new stages:
    • Stage 451 - Duskull
    • Stage 452 - Archen
    • Stage 453 - Nincada
    • Stage 454 - Bidoof
    • Stage 455 - Dusclops
    • Stage 456 - Ferroseed
    • Stage 457 - Shedinja
    • Stage 458 - Sableye
    • Stage 459 - Flareon
    • Stage 460 - Ferrothorn
    • Stage 461 - Zorua
    • Stage 462 - Beldum
    • Stage 463 - Vaporeon
    • Stage 464 - Volbeat
    • Stage 465 - Zoroark
    • Stage 466 - Metang
    • Stage 467 - Jolteon
    • Stage 468 - Illumise
    • Stage 469 - Bibarel
    • Stage 470 - Metagross
  • Adds new Expert Stage EX44 - Ninjask

Version 1.3.22

Available via Check In on October 4.

  • Adds the Great Challenge - Togekiss (Winking) stage. This stage runs until October 18.
  • Adds the Great Challenge - Feraligatr stage. This stage runs until October 18.
  • The Palkia stage returns and runs until October 18. This stage may reward Palkia Skill Boosters.
  • The Kabutops stage returns and runs until October 18. This stage may reward Kabutops Skill Boosters.
  • The Bellossom stage returns and runs until October 11. This stage may reward Bellossom Skill Boosters.
  • The Thundurus (Incarnate Forme) stage returns and can be played once a day until October 11. This stage may reward Thundurus Skill Boosters or Mega Speedups.
  • Three new Mission Cards were added.

Version 1.3.23

Available via Check In on October 7. Fixes minor unknown bugs.

Version 1.3.24

Available via Check In on October 18.

  • Adds the Great Challenge - Sableye (Spooky) Special Stage. This stage runs until November 1.
  • A new Pokémon Safari begins and runs until November 1. This Safari contains Zubat, Golbat, Crobat, Drifloon, Pumpkaboo (Spooky), Gourgeist (Spooky) and Pikachu (Spooky).
  • Adds the Great Challenge - Drifblim Special Stage. This stage runs until November 1.
  • The Hoopa Confined stage returns and runs until November 1.
  • The Landorus Incarnate Forme stage returns and runs until October 25.

Version 1.3.25

Available via Check In shortly after the previous update. This update fixes an issue with Spooky Sableye's Mega Speedup boosts.

Version 1.3.26

Available via Check In on November 1.

  • A new wave of Daily Pokémon begins, and runs November 8. All but one of the Pokémon are Winking versions of previous Pokémon. Tuesday is Torchic, Wednesday is Treecko, Thursday is Mudkip, Friday is Castform and Monday is Pikachu (Sleeping).
  • The Great Challenge - Hitmontop stage begins and runs until November 15.
  • The Pokémon Safari featuring Carvanha, Sharpedo, Spinda, Cherubi and Cherrim returns, but now includes Sunkern and Sunflora. It runs until November 15.
  • The Machamp stage returns and runs until November 15.
  • The Manaphy stage returns and runs until November 15.
  • Adds more new stages:
    • Stage 471 - Wailmer
    • Stage 472 - Seedot
    • Stage 473 - Klefki
    • Stage 474 - Pichu
    • Stage 475 - Tirtouga
    • Stage 476 - Nuzleaf
    • Stage 477 - Pikachu
    • Stage 478 - Pumpkaboo
    • Stage 479 - Happiny
    • Stage 480 - Shiftry
    • Stage 481 - Raichu
    • Stage 482 - Baltoy
    • Stage 483 - Helioptile
    • Stage 484 - Gourgeist
    • Stage 485 - Burmy
    • Stage 486 - Shroomish
    • Stage 487 - Chansey
    • Stage 488 - Axew
    • Stage 489 - Shuppet
    • Stage 490 - Claydol
    • Stage 491 - Heliolisk
    • Stage 492 - Fraxure
    • Stage 493 - Blissey
    • Stage 494 - Wormadam
    • Stage 495 - Haxorus
    • Stage 496 - Skarmory
    • Stage 497 - Mothim
    • Stage 498 - Banette
    • Stage 499 - Kangaskhan
    • Stage 500 - Mega Metagross
  • Adds new Expert Stage EX45 - Mantine