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Pokémon Quest review
Pokemon Quest is a mobile game for Android and iOS. In the game, you are the Pokemon trainer who collects Pokemon and tries to beat other trainers. You get to control a Pokemon character in the game and you have to move around the world, collect Pokemon and try to capture other Pokemon by throwing Pokeballs at them. There are three different islands in the game and you can explore the islands by walking around them. You can also encounter different Pokemon in various places on the island. You can capture the Pokemon by throwing Pokeballs at them, but you need to throw Pokeballs at the right time to capture them. If you miss the Pokeball, the Pokemon will run away and you will not be able to get it.
In this game, you have to move around a cube-shaped Pokemon and you have to use it to defeat other Pokemon. This game is an action-adventure game with puzzle elements. The gameplay is very simple. You have to move the Pokemon around its cube-shaped world to capture other Pokemon.
The Pokemon Quest gameplay is very simple. However, it is harder to capture a Pokemon. You have to be careful because if you get hit by other Pokemon, you lose health in the game. It is very important to move around carefully and avoid getting hit.
This game has a lot of different elements. There are many different Pokemon to capture. It is important to choose the right Pokemon for each situation. You have to think about the different elements of the game.
The graphics in this game are 3D but everything consists of small cubes, so it is quite simple. Still, the game looks good. The cubes can be used to create quite detailed scenes. There are some limitations of course, but still graphics in the game are cool.
Pokemon Quest replayability isn't great but it isn't bad either. There are lots of pokemons to catch and a lot of places to see. It's just that once you are done seeing the game it gets a bit boring. The game doesn't have much replay value. But hey, it is a free game so don't expect a great amount of replayability.
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