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Game Details:

Developer: Game Freak
Publisher: Nintendo / The Pokémon Company
Platform: Nintendo 3DS
Release Date(s): October 12th, 2013 (JPN), October 12th, 2013 (USA), October 12th, 2013 (EUR)
Mode(s): Single Player, Multiplayer
Rating(s): CERO: A (JPN), PEGI: 3+ (EUR), ESRB: E (USA)
Controller(s): Nintendo 3DS
Extra Contents: X and Y Main Page, Pokémon Bank / Poké Transporter, Mega Evolution, Super Training, Player Search System (PSS), Holo Caster, Nintendo Network, Berries, Ribbons, Patches, Rating Battles
Pokémon Global Link: Poké Miles Store,Balloon Popping, Graffiti Eraser, Mine Cart Adventure, Poké Doll Grabber, Medals, Online Tournaments

Mine Cart Adventure (マインカートアドベンチャー)

The Pokémon Global Link updated on November 21st, 2014 with this brand-new attraction. In Mine Cart Adventure, players navigate a mine cart along a track to collect Berries. Players choose a track to run their mine cart on and then have a Pokémon push the cart to get it moving. Players then collect as many Berries as they can to increase their ranking. There are different Poké Balls that players can send to their game via GameSync. There are three difficultly levels: Level 1 costs 20 miles, Level 2 costs 100 miles and Level 3 costs 200 miles.

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Mine Cart Adventure Items

Icon Name Amount Description
itemMaster Ball
(マスターボール)
Level 1: 1
Level 2: 1
Level 3: 1
The best Poké Ball with the ultimate level of performance. With it, you will catch any wild Pokémon without fail.
itemNet Ball
(ネットボール)
Level 1: 1
Level 2: 5
Level 3: 10
A somewhat different Poké Ball that is more effective when attempting to catch Water or Bug-type Pokémon.
itemDive Ball
(ダイブボール)
Level 1: 1
Level 2: 5
Level 3: 10
A somewhat different Poké Ball that works especially well when catching Pokémon that live underwater.
itemNest Ball
(ネストボール)
Level 1: 1
Level 2: 5
Level 3: 10
A somewhat different Poké Ball that becomes more effective the lower the level of the wild Pokémon.
itemRepeat Ball
(リピートボール)
Level 1: 1
Level 2: 5
Level 3: 10
A somewhat different Poké Ball that works especially well on a Pokémon species that has been caught before.
itemTimer Ball
(タイマーボール(
Level 1: 1
Level 2: 5
Level 3: 10
A somewhat different Poké Ball that becomes progressively more effective the more turns that are taken in battle.
itemLuxury Ball
(ゴージャスボール)
Level 1: 1
Level 2: 5
Level 3: 10
A particularly comfortable Poké Ball that makes a wild Pokémon quickly grow friendlier after being caught.
itemDusk Ball
(ダークボール)
Level 1: 1
Level 2: 5
Level 3: 10
A somewhat different Poké Ball that makes it easier to catch wild Pokémon at night or in dark places like caves.
itemQuick Ball
(クイックボール)
Level 1: 1
Level 2: 5
Level 3: 10
A somewhat different Poké Ball that has a more successful catch rate if used at the start of a wild encounter.
itemHeal Ball
(ヒールボール)
Level 1: 1
Level 2: 5
Level 3: 10
A remedial Poké Ball that restores the HP of a Pokémon caught with it and eliminates any status conditions.
itemUltra Ball
(ハイパーボール)
Level 1: 1
Level 2: 5
Level 3: 10
An ultra-high performance Poké Ball that provides a higher success rate for catching Pokémon than a Great Ball.
itemGreat Ball
(スーパーボール)
Level 1: 1
Level 2: 5
Level 3: 10
A good, high-performance Poké Ball that provides a higher Pokémon catch rate than a standard Poké Ball can.
itemPoké Ball
(モンスターボール)
Level 1: 1
Level 2: 5
Level 3: 10
A device for catching wild Pokémon. It's thrown like a ball at a Pokémon, comfortably encapsulating its target.

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Last updated 21 Nov 2014 03:07 by Sunain.
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Page Tags: Pokémon Global Link Attractions