Pokémon Quest

Get Pokémon Quest

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Pokémon Quest

Get the Pokémon Quest


Pokémon Quest was initially released for Nintendo Switch, but later it became available for Android and iOS devices as well. Thanks to this, players can enjoy the game on multiple platforms according to their preferences.
Players set out on expeditions with their team of three Pokémon, fighting against wild Pokémon and Boss Pokémon. The game features a simplified battle mechanic which depends more on stats and less on skills. The key is to befriend and train Pokémon and power them up with Power Stones.
To increase the number of Pokémon in your team, you must cook up various dishes using ingredients you find during expeditions. Different recipes attract different types of Pokémon. The more delicious your cooking, the more likely you are to attract new Pokémon.
Yes, Pokémon can evolve just like in the traditional games. Evolution happens when certain Pokémon reach a specific level. Some Pokémon, however, need certain stones or conditions to evolve.
Power Stones are important items that boost your Pokémon’s stats. There are two types of Power Stones: Mighty Stones, which increase attack, and Sturdy Stones, which increase HP. These are obtained as rewards from winning battles.
Yes, you can. Pokémon Quest can be played offline, which makes it an excellent choice for travelers or those without consistent access to an internet connection.
Yes, although Pokémon Quest is free-to-play, it does offer microtransactions. Players can purchase PM Tickets, which can be used to buy various items, increase the number of decorations, or speed up cooking.
At this point in time, the game does not offer the option to transfer or trade Pokémon with other players. The focus of the game is more on training and evolving your own set of Pokémon.
Pokémon Quest features a total of 151 Pokémon. These are all from the game’s first generation, covering all Pokémon from Bulbasaur to Mew.
There's no specific item or status effect that will restore your Pokémon's health during battle. However, some Pokémon have healing moves that can restore a bit of HP, and some Power Stones have beneficial effects that can recover HP.