Another new mobile game has been announced by The Pokémon Company. It is called PokéLand and is the continuation of the Pokémon Rumble series. The upcoming title has already entered an alpha-testing phase in Japan on Android devices, which is scheduled to run through June 9, 2017. During the alpha test, players can find 134 different Pokémon, complete 52 stages and climb Champion Tower to 15 floors. However, data from the test will be deleted when the full game launches.
Using the Nintendo Account system, you can move stored data between devices and your Mii will appear. The game will unlock new islands when you spend diamonds. It requires an online connection. The game has a special detector to find Pokémon that can only be used once every 30 minutes and you can power up your Pokémon toys by using P and Gears obtained in the game. The first batch of pre-release screenshots from PokéLand can be found in the gallery below: