New Pokéland Mobile Testing Takes Place in Japan this Week

The Pokémon Rumble series, where players control a very cute Pokémon roaming around to beat up others, is expanding once more. The most recent game, Pokémon Rumble World, released on the 3DS a couple of years ago. Now, Pokéland is making its way to Android devices in the near future with an alpha testing period starting this week.

Users with Android version 4.4 or higher will be able to get in on the adorable Pokémon action. Only about 30,000 players will be able to participate as long as they have access to the Japanese version. The first round of testing took place earlier in the year but this time there is supposed to new locations and features to check out.

Starting Tuesday, October 17 they will be allowed to play until October 27. There is an iOS testing phase supposed to take place in early 2018 as well. Visit the official Pokéland website for even more information.