The Pokémon Company teases an upcoming game for Japan


The Pokemon Company will release a new Pokemon iOS and Android game called Splash!

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The Pokemon Company has also released mobile games like Camp Pokemon, Pokemon TV, Pokemon Shuffle and Pokemon Duel, which you can download now. The holes, of course, are shaped like Magikarp. You might, however, want to set your expectations low, as the game seemingly revolves around none other than Magikarp. There is also a "witness testimony" from the fisherman who discovered these holes, and confirmation that an investigation was launched to reveal the cause behind this unusual phenomenon. Not much is known yet about the title and its premise, but Gematsu did share a small information that was on the company's website. No one knows the reasons for the holes, but an investigation has begun. The latter, however, will be more special than ever because it will have Magikarp as the leading character. While it evolves into Gyarados, a powerful dragon-type creature (that looks like an overgrown shrimp), Magikarp itself is practically useless. Magikarp and is being created by Japanese developer Select Button.

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Splash! Magikarp will be released for iOS and Android in Spring 2017.

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