New Free-To-Play Pokemon Puzzle Game Launches On Nintendo Switch And Mobile Devices
A new, and different kind of, Pokemon game released on Nintendo Switch and mobile devices today. Titled Pokemon Cafe Mix, the game is a puzzler in which players and Pokemon work together to serve customers in their cafe. All customers and staff are Pokemon, and players can use different Pokemon abilities when feeding their customers.
Obviously, this is not a game with the most hardcore of gamers in mind. It's likely that the game's biggest appeal is that it's far too cute for its own good. Either way, if you'd like to try it out, the game is available on both iOS and Android as well as Nintendo Switch. More details on the game can be found on the official site.
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