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Pokémon Quest announced as a spin-off Pokémon game

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weekday=Wednesday |
day=30 |
month=5 |
year=2018 |
time=09:05:58 |
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sourcename=Pokémon Quest official site |
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tagline=Available on e-Shop and on iOS and Android in June 2018 |
blurb=Pokémon Quest is a spin-off Pokémon game for the Nintendo Switch and for mobiles. It is available on the Nintendo eShop for free and will come to iOS and Android in June 2018. }}

[[File:Pokémon Quest logo.png|thumb|Pokémon Quest logo]]
{{bp|Pokémon Quest}} is a spin-off {{bp|Pokémon}} game for the {{bp|Nintendo Switch}} and for mobiles. It is available on the {{bp|Nintendo eShop}} for free and will come to {{wp|Apple App Store|iOS}} and {{wp|Android}} in June 2018.

The game is set in Tumblecube Island. In the game, the Pokémon are made out of cubes and they move on their own. Players are to direct their attacks at other Pokémon. In the game stages, the aim is to collect Power Stones and other treasure items to complete the stage. Subsequently, these stones power up a player's Pokémon, either in {{bp|HP}}, {{bp|Statistic|Attack}} or for {{bp|evolution}}. Each player has a Base Camp and players can cook food to lure other Pokémon to the camp. In addition, the camp can be decorated.