The forthcoming release of an N64 classic indicates that Nintendo Switch Online isn’t bereft of intriguing inclusions.
In addition to Pokémon Puzzle League, the Nintendo Platform’s online subscription service will be getting it on July 15. Pokémon Snap, a puzzler based on the N64, was released on the service just a few weeks ago.
Additionally, Pokémon Puzzle Club will become the first non-Nintendo Switch Online N64 title to be added to the roster. In this regard, we should expect a second wave of titles to appear during this year and possibly the following.
Join Ash, Brock, and Misty as they gather in Puzzle Village to compete for the title of Pokémon Puzzle Master!
— Nintendo of America (@NintendoAmerica) July 8, 2022
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In Pokémon Puzzle League, you must move blocks of different colors in order to complete puzzles. Queue up 3 or more blocks of the same type, and they will be removed from the board.
As a result, you should be able to string together block line combinations to rack up points and put your opponent on the ropes.
Because of its connection to the Gen 1 Pokemon anime, Pokémon Puzzle League stands apart from the crowd. Such footage and voice samples from the anime are unusual to see on the N64 in general, and this game is no exception
Playing as and against characters from the first anime season will be possible. Along with the aforementioned mainstays, the Elite Four and Gary Oak also make an appearance.
There have been a lot of Pokémon games out this year, to say the least. Pokémon Legends Arceus, released in January, surprised players by introducing a new twist on an old favorite.
Also in November, the Pokemon Scarlet and Violet games from Generation 9 will be released on the Nintendo Switch system, bringing with them new areas and Pokémon to collect.
Many famous Pokémon spin-offs were made for the N64, despite not being the home of a mainstream game.
We can only hope that Pokemon Stadium and its sequel will be made available on the Nintendo Switch Web site at some point in the future.
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