Facebook Gaming has launched two new Pokemon Dream games, the Pokemon’s Pokemon Tower Battle and the Pokemon Medal Battle. The Battle of Pokemon Go is available to Facebook users around the world and allows two players to confront each other, taking turns stacking Pokemon Dream, which falls from the sky like a Russian block, in an attempt to build a stable tower. If the player knocks down the tower or the player’s Pokemon Dream falls off the tower, the player loses.
In the Pokemon Battle, players can discover and upgrade the rare Pokemon Dream, which can compete with friends in real time or in global charts. By contrast, the Pokemon Medal Battle is currently only available to users in the Philippines.
This is a digital card fighting game that lets you collect Pokemon Dreams in the form of a commemorative stamp. According to Variety, players can upgrade them, win badges and try to build their own Pokemon Dream. The game releases a new Pokemon Dream every month. From the screenshot below, the game uses the usual element-based combat system and even provides some social features.
Both games were created using Facebook’s Instant Games platform. Facebook now says it has more than 700 million people playing games, watching videos or participating in game groups every month. The company also recently acquired PlayGiga, a Spanish cloud gaming company. In a press release, Ishihara, chief executive of Pokemon Go Dreams, said the launch of the games through Facebook Gaming would enable people around the world to experience Pokemon Dream in digital form.