HomeNewsPokémon Shuffle Introducing Alola Pokémon In Update Alex Irish February 17, 2017 News The roster of puzzle game Pokémon Shuffle is about to get much bigger with the addition of Pokémon Sun and Moon’s Pokémon additions. A future update has been teased on Japanese social media (via Serebii) showing the first look at the Alola Pokémon update for Shuffle, an update for both the 3DS and mobile versions. The game’s starters Rowlet, Litten, and Popplio are visible in full, but the rest are blanked out. They can be inferred as the following creatures: Alolan Meowth Chargabug Rockruff Cutiefly Beware These are but a few of the 80 Pokémon introduced in Sun and Moon heading to Pokémon Shuffle. When the puzzle game was introduced in 2015, its focus was on the 6th Generation of Pokémon, so everyone up to #721 Volcanion was fair game. This update, so far without an exact date, ensures that Pokémon Shuffle will be open for free-to-play business for a long time. In other Pokémon mobile news, a new app was announced for Japanese release, Splash! Magikarp. Developed by Select Button, Inc., it was teased with a mysterious image of gameplay and the game’s logo. It will launch in the spring for iOS and Android, with no western release as of yet. Share this post: No related posts. Nintendo Download Highlights For February 16thSwitch eShop Purchases Now Tied To User, Not HardwareAbout The AuthorAlex IrishEditor-in-Chief (Former)A man with a plan. My favorite video game franchise is Pokemon, but his favorite video game is Resident Evil 4. I can also tell you trivial cartoon factoids.