Pokémon Quest

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Written by The Pokemon Company

  • Release date: 2018-07-20
  • Current version: 1.0.3
  • File size: 335.63 MB
  • Developer: The Pokemon Company
  • Compatibility: Windows 10/8.1/8/7/Vista and Macintosh OS

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Download and install Pokémon Quest on your Laptop or Desktop computer

4.5 Rating: 4.5 - 6,326 votes

If you want to install and use the Pokémon Quest app on your PC or Mac, you will need to download and install a Desktop App emulator for your computer. We have worked diligently to help you understand how to use Pokémon Quest for your computer in 4 simple steps below:

Step 1: Download an Android emulator for PC and Mac

Ok. First things first. If you want to use the application on your computer, first visit the Mac store or Windows AppStore and search for either the Bluestacks app or the Nox App . Most of the tutorials on the web recommends the Bluestacks app and I might be tempted to recommend it too, because you are more likely to easily find solutions online if you have trouble using the Bluestacks application on your computer. You can download the Bluestacks Pc or Mac software here

Step 2: Install the emulator on your PC or Mac

Now that you have downloaded the emulator of your choice, go to the Downloads folder on your computer to locate the emulator or Bluestacks application.
Once you have found it, click it to install the application or exe on your PC or Mac computer.
Now click Next to accept the license agreement.
Follow the on screen directives in order to install the application properly.
If you do the above correctly, the Emulator app will be successfully installed.

Step 3: Pokémon Quest for PC - Windows 7/8 / 8.1 / 10

Now, open the Emulator application you have installed and look for its search bar. Once you found it, type Pokémon Quest in the search bar and press Search. Click on Pokémon Quest application icon. A window of Pokémon Quest on the Play Store or the app store will open and it will display the Store in your emulator application. Now, press the Install button and like on an iPhone or Android device, your application will start downloading. Now we are all done.
You will see an icon called "All Apps".
Click on it and it will take you to a page containing all your installed applications.
You should see the Pokémon Quest icon. Click on it and start using the application.

Step 4: Pokémon Quest for Mac OS

Hi. Mac user!
The steps to use Pokémon Quest for Mac are exactly like the ones for Windows OS above. All you need to do is install the Nox Application Emulator or Bluestack on your Macintosh. The links are provided in step one

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Pokémon Quest Software Features and Description

Pokémon Quest—a rambunctious expedition RPG featuring cube-shaped Pokémon! • The Pokémon you know and love have turned into...cubes?! Head out in search of treasure with your cube-shaped Pokémon buddies on Tumblecube Island—a land where everything is a cube! Your goal is to find the awesome goodies said to be hidden on the island ! The Pokémon you know and love from Pokémon Red and Pokémon Blue appear in this game. • Battle by tapping! The simple controls make for lively and fun battles! Danger is lurking, so you’ll need the help of your Pokémon buddies on your expeditions on the island. When wild Pokémon appear, your Pokémon will battle ferociously and knock them out one after another! • Befriend Pokémon to make your own unique team! You can use the items you get from your expeditions to befriend more Pokémon or make your Pokémon stronger. Make more buddies to create a team that’s all your own, and head out on more expeditions! • Spruce up your base camp with cute decorations! Your base camp is your home for this adventure, and you can spruce it up however you like with cute and fun decorations! These decorations can also make your expeditions on the island more beneficial. ■ Notes ・ Terms of Use Please read the Terms of Use before using this application. ・ Saved data Your play data for this game will only be saved on your local device. You can only store saved data on the server by using the backup function within the application. We recommend that players back up their data often. ・ Compatible operating systems iOS: iOS9 or higher Note: This application may not function properly on iPhone 5 and other devices that are not compatible with iOS 11. Note: This application may not function properly on some devices due to individual differences in customers' operating systems or methods of use. ・ Connection environment A poor internet connection when communicating with the server from within the game, such as when you're buying items from the shop, can lead to your data becoming corrupted or lost. Please make sure you are in a location with good reception when using features that rely on an internet connection. If communication is lost momentarily, you may be able to resume play in some cases by trying again a short time later. Please note that we're unable to assist you if you experience problems due to communication errors. ・ Before making purchases Please make sure that you can use the free-of-charge features of this product with no issues on your device before you make purchases. Certain devices and/or configurations may also cause the application to fail to work. ・ For inquiries Please visit support.pokemon.com to report issues about Pokémon Quest.

Editor Reviews

  • Really fun, few flaws

    By Ccity588
    This game is really fun and stays fun throughout the whole game, the variety of ways that Pokémon can be different really makes it fun to find your favorite Pokémon and get the perfect version of them with the right moves, stone slots, and Bingo Bonuses. There are some glaring issues though. First the energy, WHY? I get that it’s a free game but it’s not making any profit, there is no reason for it at all, at least make it 10 minutes instead of half an hour. Second the stones, I like the concept of getting Pokémon with different slots and finding new stones that have their own perks and stuff, but it feels really jarring that all the stones are in one inventory, it makes it really stressful to choose which Pokémon to put it on when I get them, I wish each Pokémon had their own Inventory where they had their own stones, like each expedition you do each Pokémon get their own stone that is different, I feel like that would make it much easier. Other then that this game is better then most main stream Pokémon games, I much prefer RTS style battles then turn based 1 at a time, it makes much more engaging and you have to focus on 3 at once making it much more fun. The style of the cube Pokémon is really nice looking in my opinion. And I love making new recipes and discovering what recipes give what Pokémon. Overall this is a fun free game with a couple flaws.
  • No Forced Micro-transactions(Love the game)

    By Yu Hiroshi
    As said above, it’s not like the Harry Potter Mobile Game where you constantly have to spend time for energy to show up. Instead, the energy system feels in place with the core game mechanics and the platform. In addition to that, I love all of the character animations and their designs. My favorite thing about the game as a whole is their over design of the game. However, even that has some flaws. One thing I would find to improve about the game is to have the player actually control the Pokémon they have on their team, so we can actually get a game out of it. What also doesn’t help is that the Pokémon just do everything on their own, which is further exemplified in the auto battle button. Something I would personally love to have is a multiplayer mechanic that ties in with the said controlling your Pokémon. Maybe you can directly control a single Pokémon with one or more friends playing as the other Pokémon in the team. Or maybe a competitive option where you can battle another team or player that has left multiple Pokémon out on the field to defeat you! I really hope this game goes further beyond what it’s supposed to be because I really really love this game. I just wish it were a bit immersive and engaging. Good luck to the game devs and I hope you find my criticism good. Thanks for the game!
  • RNG is ridiculous

    By Jahshwiwoskjfkslakw
    Never have I played a game where the RNG feels so against the player. For example, I have a Wigglytuff that I really like, it’s one of my highest levels but it’s moves aren’t too good and don’t fit very well with it’s pretty solid bingo bonuses, I know it learns multiple moves I would really like! But the only way to change moves is to sacrifice other Pokémon to change its moves, this process can feel totally against you. EVERY SINGLE TIME I have changed wigglytuffs moves I get something not too great. Kind of annoying but that’s not the real problem- EVERY OTHER TIME I HAVE CHANGED IT THE MOVE CHANGES BACK TO FLASH. This move is completely useless on my wigglytuff, I’ve sacrificed so many Pokémon to change this move and the possibility of it changing goes down with each consequent move training. Not to mention, the chances are much lower if the Pokémon you’re sacrificing is not of the same type or species, this means that my wigglytuff is going to likely be stuck with flash for the foreseeable future unless I get 2 jigglypuffs or something extremely lucky like that. And even then, if the chances are lower than 90 I have to be totally worried since I have lost at this chance many, many times, it’s completely disappointing and a lot of work can disappear in mere seconds due to this. This game is so fun. It’s extremely addicting I’ve really loved playing it but it has huge glaring issues that make it not worth sinking more money or time into.
  • A Good Appetizer

    By Jeremy Adam
    This game is a nice little treat to keep any Pokemon fan busy until the new Pokemon Let’s Go comes out. Now keep in mind, it’s not like your usual Pokémon game so don’t go into it expecting the same catch, battle, breed mechanics. It’s a very much simplified kind of battling with mostly letting your Pokemon do all of the work. Each Pokemon has at max 2 skills that you can use by tapping the corresponding skill followed by a cool down period. Instead of catching you attract Pokemon by using ingredients you find along your expeditions to make soup with. And shinies are still present within the game and seem to be more likely to find than in previous Pokemon games. It’s a unique approach to Pokemon and it works. Especially for being mobile, it’s easy to play if you have a couple minutes of down time. The game does prevent you from playing long periods of time by only being able to have 5 units of energy at all times no matter how far into the game you are. Each expedition you go on takes one energy and it takes 30 minutes to regain back one energy. Of course you can make in game purchases to regain energy and other things to speed up the games process. All in all if any other this seems interesting to you I strongly recommend the download.

Software User Reviews

  • Not F2P but fun

    By meghanjonas
    I play several other games that use the grind-vs-buy model, and like Pokémon picross, I really appreciate that this game has a purchase hard-cap. If you want the full game, you spend $30 on the ultra-expedition pack. Period. Anything else doesn’t create a fun experience. The advertising of this game needs to be corrected. The chance of getting Pokémon and rate of experience gain is way too low for f2p to be anything but a free trial, as you will quickly run into a wall. That being said, I love the idea of being able to play the free trial then buying a $30 game if I like it, especially one with cute Pokémon that is relaxing and enjoyable.
  • Pokemon

    By mrjune 6
    Why did my brother get magmar he didn t cook it
  • Kicks me out

    By Pokemon guy12345678
    The game just kicks me out! That's it. I've tried so many times to get further but it doesn't work!
  • Crashes

    By silverjenny
    I have a iPad mini and it crashes every time I try to start the story.

    By WASH137
    After playing this game for a while now it needs some serious updates!! Too many problems to list here smdh 🤦🏾‍♂️
  • Add more Pokémon. And other things

    By KRB814
    This game is perfect! No lags, no ads and no glitches. But I have some ideas for you. Maybe try making it so you can have teams. Like in some Pokémon games, you make a battle team for special thing. Next more Pokémon. Kanto pokemon..... there are a lot but add Alola, Johto, hoenn, sinnoh, Unova and kalos would be amazing! Next, evolving. This may be a little too much to ask for, but maybe you add fire, water and grass and all the other stones. Finally, getting Pokémon in different ways. Cooking is the only way to get Pokémon. Which is super annoying. (And daily pokemon) So maybe you have a opportunity to get one or two Pokémon if you are lucky at the end of a adventure. And maybe add a little harder getting shiny Pokémon that are blue, red or yellow. Because it’s to easy if you cook the right stew. Hope you and it GAMEFREAK, keep making Pokémon games!
  • Certainly not for everyone.

    By Gishnjibvort
    I can see how some might enjoy this game. Personally, however, the fact that characters move automatically strips the game of a lot of strategy. You have a decent degree of customization in your party, but I always find myself wishing I could have a little more influence on their actions in the field. It’s a little irritating when your heaviest hitter is super low on health but still wants to charge at a boss with reckless abandon. To summarize, you have very little control. If you find that frustrating, don’t bother with this game.
  • Depressing

    By Reeky45
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  • Why does this exist..?

    By Hollow Tim
    I can’t believe this is a thing. Why would you sink so low The Pokemon Company? This is just a rip-off of a Minecraft mod (Pixelmon). And why does this have such a high rating? Have you people never played a real video game before?
  • Can you send data to another iPad?

    By ShadowPlayz25
    Pokémon quest creators can you transfer data to one iPad to another?