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‘Pokemon Battle Trozei’ announced for the Nintendo 3DS

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The latest episode of Nintendo Direct announced a new Pokemon spinoff title for the Nintendo 3DS. That game is “Pokemon Battle Trozei,” and it was announced on February 13, 2014. This game is currently slated for release in North America on March 20, 2014.

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“Pokemon Battle Trozei” is a puzzle game and is a sequel to the DS title “Pokemon Trozei.” This title has every currently released Pokemon present in it, meaning that (as of the current total) there will be 718 Pokemon to capture.

The game is played in a way that is somewhat similar to “Tetris Attack” or “Pokemon Puzzle League.” The player is given a number of Pokemon faces, laid out over columns and rows. The player can move these Pokemon to create combinations of three or more of the same Pokemon. Doing this will cause the Pokemon to disappear, and the player’s opponent will be damaged. Players capture new Pokemon by defeating the opponent that is at the top of the top screen. The opponent will also occasionally attack the player, causing them to lose some of their Pokemon tiles, which may make it harder to create combos. Players can also take advantage of the type chart, as Pokemon who are super effective against the opponent will cause more damage.

To learn more about “Pokemon Battle Trozei,” visit its official website:

"Pokemon Battle Trozei" official website


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