New content has been added to Pokémon Shuffle this week, including the addition of new main stages, starting off with #231, Grimer. [Thanks, Serebii.]
The Mega Banette event is also underway, and those who place in the top 65,000 in Japan, 23,000 in the US, and 16,000 in Europe get a Banettite. Those who place in the top 5,000 in Japan, 1,500 in US, and 1,000 in Europe receive a Mega Speedup, and those who place in the top 80,000 in Japan, 28,000 in the US, and 19,000 in Europe will get an Attack Power Up. In addition, everyone who participates in the event will receive one Jewel.
Players who have not yet caught Giratina will have a second chance as the Ghost-type’s Escalation Battle stage is also making a return this week. Giratina’s stage will have similar rewards as its original appearance and the event will last until November 2nd, 2015.
On the mobile version of Pokémon Shuffle, the Cressalia Escalation Battle and Regirock stages have also begun. These will both run until November 2nd.
Pokémon Shuffle is available for the Nintendo 3DS, as well as Android and iPhone.