Pokémon Tretta (Arcade)

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Pokémon Tretta is the successor to the earlier arcade game Pokémon BATTRIO. Like Pokémon BATTRIO, Pokémon Tretta focuses on three-on-three Pokémon battles. Similar to how its predecessor depended on pucks to use Pokémon, this game depends in small square tiles with rounded corners called Tretta. Each Tretta contains a Pokémon, displaying their image, name, and stats. At least one Tretta is required to play. The game introduces a new feature akin to the core series Pokémon games: searching for and catching Pokémon. When a Pokémon is caught, the arcade machine dispenses them as a Tretta tile. Originally released during Pokémon's fifth generation, the game was later updated to include Generation VI Pokémon and Mega Evolutions.


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  • "ポケモントレッタ" -- Japanese spelling

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Michael Cassidy (20924) added Pokémon Tretta (Arcade) on Nov 26, 2014