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Pokémon Rumble Blast
Pokémon Rumble Blast Boxart.png
Game Information
Publisher Nintendo
Developer Ambrella
Category Action
Players 1-2 Players
Release Dates
Flag of Japan.png August 11, 2011*
Flag of the United States.png October 24, 2011*
Flag of Europe.png December 2, 2011
Flag of Australia.png December 8, 2011
Flag of South Korea.png N/A
Other information
Platform Nintendo 3DS
Region [[{{{region}}}]]

Pokémon Rumble Blast (Japanese: スーパーポケモンスクランブル Super Pokémon Scramble), (Super Pokémon Rumble in Europe, Australia and New Zealand) is the first Pokemon game to come out for the Nintendo 3DS. Pokémon Rumble Blast is the sequel to Pokémon Rumble, a WiiWare game released in 2009 and was released in Japan on August 11, 2011. The game was released in America on October 24, 2011 and in Europe on December 2, 2011. This game takes place in the "Toy World", rather than in "The Main Terminal".


The Glowdrops, which allow all Pokémon in the Toy World to heal and battle, are being stolen by Cobalion and his army of tough Pokemon. The first Pokemon obtained in the game is Pikachu, although a Snivy, Tepig, and Oshawott must be befriended in the first level to progress. Each level in the game is accessed via gates in the overworld. To get to each area, the player will have to complete specific challenges such as collecting certain Pokémon or completing in Battle Royales. Your task in the story is to retrieve the stolen glowdrops and save the Toy World. In this game, there are five overworld areas, each with multiple sections, levels, and towns, with many different places for the player to collect all 646 Pokemon. Each level is a specific type of area (for example, the first two areas in the game are a Meadow and Forest) which contain certain types of Pokemon, although not all Pokemon of each type are present in the area types that they may be found in.

Game Modes

This mode features different game modes, such as the Battle Royale, just like the original Pokémon Rumble. However, Pokémon Rumble Blast features some brand new modes that the player can partake to collect and battle new Pokémon. The returning game modes are the Battle Royale and the Standard Adventure Mode (which is also co-op accessible). The new game modes follow:

Pokemon Collection Battle

This mode features the player battling Pokémon toys found in that level with the ones they have collected while progressing through a stage. If the player manages to defeat the boss Pokémon, which appears as a giant Pokemon toy in the final section of the level surrounded by respawning pre-evolutions of it, they have completed the area and receive a large amount of money. While the player does not have to fight any Pokemon other than the boss to win, this mode is the main mode of the game and defeating Pokemon is the main way to make them drop as collectibles so that the player can befriend it.

Charge Battle

After the player obtains the Charge Flag, this mode puts the player in control of a Pokémon army consisting of their strongest Pokémon Toys. With that army, the player must venture through a stage, overpowering other groups of enemy Pokemon in their way. While in the level, the player's Pokemon will rush forward along a straight battlefield towards the enemy. The power of the player's team is equal to the sum of the Pokemon on the team, and it must be greater than the power of the enemy's team to win. The player must repeatedly press the A button or move the Circle Pad to build up power, with the power bar indicating when the full amount of power is built up, and if this is greater than the amount the enemy has built up their team will be knocked away. Later items called the Charge Flag+ and Charge Flag++ allow the player to bring 15 or 20 Pokemon respectively with them instead of the original 10.

Street Pass Mode

This game mode utilities the Nintendo 3DS's Street Pass Feature. It allows the player to connect with a friend and compete in a boss battle with one of their chosen Pokémon. If the player wins, they will win the opponents top pokemon to help through one area. it will then go back to your opponent.

Team Battle

The Team Battle mode has the player using three of their selected Pokémon. The lead Pokémon is controlled by the player and the other two are controlled by an AI. Once the Windup Magnet is obtained, enemies will drop Windup Energy, allowing the three Pokémon to stack on top of each other like a tower Hyper Mode is activated. This slowly regenerates the Pokémon's hit points, which are added together until the mode ends, and their attack and defense combine. Another item obtained later allows the player to switch the Pokemon at the base of the stack, changing which attacks they can use and which Pokemon will be controlled when out of Hyper Mode. When the player is out of Windup Energy, the mode ends.

Battle Locale

This game mode is unlocked after completing the main story. The task here is to get a high streak of wins against numerous Pokemon, without using any of the Pokemon you have befriended in other areas. Upon entering the mode (which can be done by talking to the Rattata in Easterly Town) you will get sent to a random location in the game (although not a Battle Royale arena or Fort) which you will get a Rattata & go through in the manner of regular levels. Along the way, you can collect other Pokemon to help you in the level. Starting with 10,000P for your first win, the awarded prize money will increase by 5,000P for every level you beat in a row finally ending at the 7th level with 40,000P.

Rumpus Room

This cramped battle room appears occasionally in a standard stage that takes the place of a regular level of the stage. There are two versions of the Rumpus Room; the first one places you in a room with standard Pokemon that would be found in that stage, with your task being to defeat all of the Pokemon to leave the room. There are usually about 30 Pokemon in this version. The other version places 4 boss Pokemon in the stage and their pre-evolution (or, if it has no pre-evolution, one of the more common Pokemon found in the stage). The pre-evolutions will keep respawning until you defeat all 4 bosses, after which the exit will appear. The Legendary Pokemon that can be unlocked through StreetPass may appear as the bosses in this stage, and sometimes vanish before they are defeated, letting you leave the area. A way you can predict a rumpus room is when the catapult to go to the next stage is turned a different way.


Like in Pokémon Rumble, some Pokémon are obtainable by using a region-specific password. The player must speak to Munna in Easterly Town and enter the password to unlock these Pokémon.

Pokémon Japan code North American code European code
Pikachu 6715-6555 7746-3878 7580-5216
Articuno* 7322-0927 2364-4610 2704-0204
Zapdos* 3060-1785 1675-4459 1566-6140
Moltres* 6301-6557 8714-7361 6284-2344
Lugia* 6301-6557 0442-4822 3467-3843
Groudon* 7415-3319 0681-1611 7132-9643
Garchomp* 6067-1831 1959-4010 1027-9741
Gliscor 7442-3671 9625-7845 7182-4825
Gallade 9616-8485 3535-6928 4291-0125
Dialga* 9752-8353 3402-6485 3681-9208
Victini 7267-3443 6699-8898 9082-7838
Snivy 8590-9413 0835-7338 4941-6440
Serperior* 3791-0580 7111-4427 8047-7639
Tepig 1906-5834 2061-8332 5487-0833
Emboar* 8902-7356 5662-7748 6306-9222
Oshawott 1432-2751 7403-2240 8084-8937
Samurott* 9418-1517 2452-2129 3791-9675
Unfezant* 3654-9185 4713-9936 0632-6305
Audino* 1975-5256 0176-1458 7462-8687
Zoroark 0120-8652 2153-6742 6150-1893
Eelektross* 1562-5492 2159-4650 6491-6130
Stunfisk* 4000-2108 6482-3610 4074-7455
Tornadus 5155-4087 0250-7321 9816-6460
Thundurus 2751-4887 8819-8699 1189-0516
* - Post-game only in North American and European games

Street Pass Unlockables

After a certain number of people are found using StreetPass (people can also be invited for 10 Play Coins and Miis on the system will visit once a day), all of which will spend money in the Toy Shop that the player will then receive, Legendary Pokemon can be found in certain locations in the game.

Pokémon Number of Street Passes Location
Uxie Meet 2 people Sun-Dappled Bank: Lake Area
Mesprit Meet 5 people Soothing Shore: Lake Area
Azelf Meet 10 people Shimmering Lake: Lake Area
Manaphy and Phione Meet 20 people Rugged Flats: Beach Area
Jirachi Meet 40 people Firebreathing Mountain: Tower Area
Celebi Meet 60 people Everspring Valley: Forest Area
Mew Meet 80 people Sunny Seashore: Factory Area
Shaymin (Land Form) Meet 100 people World Axle Underground 2F: Ice Area
Shaymin (Sky Form) Meet 120 people World Axle Underground 1F: Forest Area
Victini Meet 150 people World Axle Underground 2F: Tower Area


thumb|300px|right|1st Trailer


  • Unlike the original Pokémon Rumble, this game features Pokémon from all five generations.
  • This is the first retail Pokémon game to be released for the 3DS , As Pokedex 3D is a free downloadable game.
  • Many sources, including the official game website, said the game's US release date was October 24th, while a trailer said the 25th.
    • Many games stores didn't get the game until the 25th, saying the game was going to be shipped to stores on the 24th.
  • The European trailers featured the pop group One Direction endorsing the game.

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