It was on this same date, February 27th, in 1996, when Pokémon Red and Green were first released. It was a date that gamers worldwide will always have in their hearts. Without a doubt, this Japanese franchise has had a humongous impact on the history of both console and mobile gaming. And that’s why we celebrate Pokémon Day! Have a look at these games, and, as Geodude would say, let’s rock!
We couldn’t start with a different one. It’s been a few years now, and it’s still one of the most popular Android games... of all times. The main reason behind its success is probably the fact that it was one of the first location-based games that arrived to the general public. Anyway, we loved it, we still love it, and we hope you do too!
This is the most recent success of the Pokémon franchise. Pokémon Café Mix is a unique puzzle game on which you’ll be the owner of a café whose clients are your favorite Pokémon. Although we miss a bit the battles and the usual collection-based gameplay, we can confirm Pokémon Café Mix is a very fun and entertaining title!
This very recent app isn’t actually a game, technically speaking. You can use Pokémon HOME to manage all your beautiful little (or big) creatures caught in other games and even trade them or participate in completing the National Pokédex. In addition, you can also bring some of them from Pokémon HOME to your Nintendo Switch. Cool, isn’t it?
For some of us, the old Pokémon games are the best ones, and they’re only available on very specific Nintendo devices, like Game Boy or Nintendo DS... or maybe not? With this emulator, you can enjoy Game Boy and Game Boy Color games on your Android device, whether a phone or a tablet. The best part: it’s compatible with almost any game!
Are you one of those Minecraft lovers that see the world in cubes? Pokémon Quest is the game for you! In this adventure, you’ll find goodies with the company of Pokémon that are shaped as cubes (very cute actually). One of the things we like the most is its simplicity; battle controls are just tapping, and graphics make it very easy to enjoy.
It’s been enough of making fun of Magikarp. May would say that it’s quite a pathetic Pokémon that cannot learn any powerful moves, and that only flops and splashes around. Well... it now has its own Android game! Magikarm Jump is just like Pokémon itself, simple but enjoyable. You can feed and train it to increase the jump power, always with the help of other Pokémon like Pikachu or Piplup.
The Pokémon universe is quite a varied one, so after fighting, collecting, and tapping on the screen, it’s time now for a trading card game! You can choose between different decks –grass, fire, or water– and customize it as you play with other players online. There are different tournaments, and learning how it works is quite easy!