Shoddy Battle – Play Pokemon Online – Game Review
Pokemon online fans Rejoice! Shoddy battle is an interesting arcade type Pokemon online game that allows you to fight classic Pokemon battles with friends and others over the internet. Its very simple to use and learn and will provide quite a bit of addictive fun for quite some time.
It includes most of the Pokemon creatures and even most of the powers and abilities, as far as i can tell, and you are able to put together teams and combination’s of Pokemon in a strategic way to make sure you beat your opponent. Don’t however think this wont be fun for you older folks!
The game seems to use role playing and dice roll based rules and thus it allows for accurate and complicated combat and battles with outcomes that rely a lot on the creatures and combination’s you choose. This means the game is definitely not just for kids but can be enjoyed by adults as well, who are looking for quick gaming fix that still requires some thought!
The great think about this Pokemon online game is that it is coded in java and will therefore play on almost any platform, so this makes this game available to a much wider audience.
Those of you who want to play with friends are able to host your own shoddy battle Pokemon online server, or you can play on the many servers created by the game designed or the other players!
Some history for the Pokemon noobs! I suppose if you are reading an article about a Pokemon online game then you prob don’t need to read further!
Pokemon is owned by Nintendo and created by Satoshi Tajiri around 1995. It was at first released as a Game Boy role-playing video game. In the Pokemon universe, a trainer encounters a wild Pokemon and is able to capture it by throwing extraordinary tool called a Pok Ball at it. If the Pokemon cant escape the Pok Ball, that Pokemon is then considered to be owned by that Trainer, and it will obey whatever commands its new master and/or buddy (depending on how that trainer treats Pokemon in general) issues to it from that point onward. This is however only the case as long as the trainer displays enough exposure to control it. If not, the Pokemon will cease to take orders.