egzthunder1 · Jan 10, 2011 at 09:00 pm

Pokemon Ultimate Edition for Android

Sometime back in November, we published one article about a game for Android that Nintendo fans can relate to: Pokemon Beta for Android. If you enjoyed the first one but were left itching for more, XDA member jenod has come up with a new version of this game, which has improved…. everything! The best part is that it will now allow you to play against your friends online. It also has a story mode, if you feel like re-living the old time classic. The game includes many other updates, but we will let you test them for yourselves.

So, what are you waiting for? Do you want your Pikachu to stay small forever? Give it a go and please leave some feedback for the dev so that he can improve future versions.

Hello, this is my second pokemon game for android. The first game was good, and ofcourse this one will be better.

features

  • ONLINE battle mode (big thanks to Matic Bigec)
  • pokemons learn new attacks as it grows.
  • attacks work according to type of the pokemon
  • story mode
  • save and load functions
  • advanced pokemon center

You can find more information in the game thread.

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