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Pokemon Shuffle Discussion (Nintendo 3DS) [game]
 
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So, how are you liking this game? I think it's fun. I'm playing it in small doses. I'm on battle 42 of about 159 (for now). I already got the Mew from a special event, too. I haven't captured all the pokemon I have battled. I'm focusing on moving forward and then coming back to catch them all. I AM making exceptions for those pokemon I can actually Mega Evolve.

By the way, how does this game compare to Pokemon Trozei? I haven't played that one.

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Posted: 02/24/15, 06:04:08  - Edited by 
 on: 02/24/15, 06:07:13
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Just beat Level 135. I used a jewel to buy extra moves for the time on Level 130. Foolish use of resources, for sure, since I hadn't even bought any power ups but I knew it would only take one more turn to beat him and I was impatient.

So how do Streetpasses work? I got a jewel for getting my first one, but nothing since. Do I need to get 10 to get another jewel or something?
Posted: 03/10/15, 04:33:35
Currently on 137. I've caught all the specials, still just 7 of the Experts (I now have 16 levels unlocked - any idea how many Expert levels there are in the game?), and I've caught all of the Mains except for 125 Gengar, 132 Slowking, 133 Bronzong, and 136 Stunfisk. I was really surprised that I didn't catch that last one.
Posted: 03/10/15, 06:09:23
@V_s

I think there's 20 or so. They unlock the more you S-class the main levels.
Posted: 03/10/15, 12:51:07
Well, it's definitely addictive. I've put a surprising amount of time into it so far. The catching thing is a neat twist, and I enjoy the deliberate nature of the gameplay. Although it still has the Bejeweledlike issue that large combos seem to be mostly predicated on luck. Honestly, I'm not sure if my enjoyment is commensurate with the amount of time that I've put into it. Still, fun game. It's kind of scary that Nintendo is making this type of thing, though. But it's a decent enough time-waster on its own merits.

(So, has ANYONE spent any money yet? I'm hoarding all of my jewels.)

I had actually bought the 3DS Trozei (or maybe I got it from Club Nintendo) before downloading this, and, post-hours-and-hours-of-Shuffle, I finally gave it a whirl. Very different. And incredibly easy? I'll have to put more time into it.
Posted: 03/10/15, 19:32:25
@Anand

Trozei gets tougher for sure. 100%d that game and ferment it well. Different enough from this though. I really enjoyed both.
Posted: 03/10/15, 23:25:28
Beat Level 150. Now I'm going back. First I'm playing any Pokemon that I neither captured nor got an S ranking on and seeing if I can fix one or both of those. So far I've been doing well in doing both.
Posted: 03/11/15, 04:42:16
I'm up to level 150 but I need to collect more coins in order to beat it. Right now I'm focusing on catching the Pokemon I'm missing.
Posted: 03/11/15, 05:45:24
I'm a sucker for these types of games. As much as I love in depth gaming on my 3DS, mostly I use it for these types of short bursts.

I'm with @DrFinkelstein on his point about Trozei and shuffle being different enough to warrant having both.
Posted: 03/11/15, 13:59:05
Public Service Announcements:

Fighting Mew will not get you 1000 daily coins anymore.

Fighting Groudon doesn't get you bonus coins either.

There's a code for two free mega starts. It's: 20150007. It will work until the 30th of April.
Posted: 03/11/15, 19:15:53  - Edited by 
 on: 03/12/15, 07:16:14
I'm just butting my head against some of the Expert stages, not making any progress at all. Pokémon level up, but so slowly. It's tedious.

Looking forward to getting the opportunity to get those Mega evolution stones that aren't in the game. I assume they'll be available during special events?
Posted: 03/11/15, 19:31:59
@Guillaume

Probably. Wish one would be out now as perhaps it would help with some tougher stages. I haven't been playing expert so much but just trying to get these later standard stages to S rank is a pain too.
Posted: 03/11/15, 22:57:44
I'm assuming we'll get a chance to get MewTwo at some point.
Posted: 03/12/15, 01:42:28
sirmastersephiroth said:

There's a code for two free mega starts. It's: 201500007. It will work until the 30th of April.

You've got one too many zeroes there
Posted: 03/12/15, 01:45:59
@Jargon

I think I got a jewel at five streetpasses? I'm not sure anymore.

Got 8, maybe I'll hit 10 tomorrow.
Posted: 03/12/15, 04:07:02
@Guillaume

I got 5 yesterday and you just get a heart. Maybe 10 is a jewel?
Posted: 03/12/15, 04:10:39
@Jargon

You do. In the main game. It won't be a DLC or anything.
Posted: 03/12/15, 04:34:45
@Jargon\

Do you? I got the Mega Stone, but not the Pokemon itself I thought.

Oh must be an Expert?
Posted: 03/12/15, 04:37:04  - Edited by 
 on: 03/12/15, 04:39:25
@Jargon

Oh, right, it was a heart. Sorry.
Posted: 03/12/15, 04:43:26
@Guillaume

See that it doesn't happen again.
Posted: 03/12/15, 05:05:02
Jargon said:
sirmastersephiroth said:

There's a code for two free mega starts. It's: 201500007. It will work until the 30th of April.

You've got one too many zeroes there

Fixed
Posted: 03/12/15, 07:16:44
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