Update Data

Like many other titles on the Nintendo 3DS, Pokémon Shuffle is capable of being updated. However, in addition to the standard patch system which comes with the Nintendo 3DS system, Pokémon Shuffle allows you to get the updates in-game. This is done by using the Check In function. This will connect you to the Internet and ask if you wish to download the Extra Data.

This data typically includes data for events but it is not yet known how far these updates will go. If you delete the Extra Data after playing with it, you will be prompted to redownload it before you can boot the game up again.

Version History

Version 1.0.*

The first version is the rather standard version which came with the game's release date. It contains 150 standard stages, 20 Expert stages and 158 different species of Pokémon.

Picture Version Number Date Details
Photo Version 1.0.1 February 18th 2015 Adds the Mew Special Event
Photo Version 1.0.2 February 20th 2015 Fixes a glitch that allowed you to use any Pokémon
Version 1.1.*

The first patch version required a redownload of the game software after attempting to Check In or it could be downloaded through the Nintendo 3DS eShop

Picture Version Number Date Details
Photo Version 1.1.1 March 6th 2015 Various Bug Fixes
Photo Version 1.1.2 March 9th 2015 Adds the Kyogre Special Event
Photo Version 1.1.3 March 16th 2015 Adds the Mega Lucario Challenge
Photo Version 1.1.4 March 17th 2015 Bug fixes
Photo Version 1.1.5 March 23rd 2015 Adds the Keldeo Challenge + New Daily Pokémon
Adds the Wacky Workshop Stages
Photo Version 1.1.6 March 27th 2015 Fixes a glitch that didn't give a Jewel to players who received a Lucarionite
Photo Version 1.1.7 March 30th 2015 Adds the Rayquaza Challenge
Photo Version 1.1.88 April 6th 2015 Adds the Mega Blastoise Challenge
Photo Version 1.1.9 April 13th 2015 Adds the Groudon Challenge
Adds 15 more Wacky Workshop Stages
Photo Version 1.1.10 April 20th 2015 Adds the Pokémon Safari Challenge
Photo Version 1.1.11 April 27th 2015 Adds the Celebi Event Stage
Photo Version 1.1.12 May 11th 2015 Adds the Regirock Challenge
Adds 10 more Pedra Valley Stages
Photo Version 1.1.13 May 18th 2015 Adds the third Daily Pokémon Challenges
Photo Version 1.1.14 May 25th 2015 Adds the Shaymin Event
Version 1.2.*

The first patch version required a redownload of the game software after attempting to Check In or it could be downloaded through the Nintendo 3DS eShop.
It added an extra note for the Hearts to allow for 5 hearts to appear and regenerate in addition to the amount you have over the usual amount of 5 meaning that you have 5 regenerating hearts in addition to any extra.
The Level and Experience of Pokémon also appear when you optimise them on the stage selection
There's now a random extra capture feature called Super Catch Mode with a massively increased chance
Each Mega Evolution now has a number by their Mega Effect which can be boosted
You can see a Pokémon's details immediately after capture
Increased cheat detection
Home Menu blocked during Time-Based stages
Renamed Bonbon Boulevard to Sweet Strasse

Picture Version Number Date Details
Photo Version 1.2.1 May 27th 2015 Various Bug Fixes
Photo Version 1.2.2 June 8th 2015 Adds the Giratina Challenge
Adds 10 more Pedra Valley Stages
Photo Version 1.2.3 June 15th 2015 Adds the Dialga Challenge
Photo Version 1.2.4 June 22nd 2015 Adds the Manaphy & Safari Challenges
Photo Version 1.2.5 June 29th 2015 Adds the Mega Manectric Challenge
Photo Version 1.2.6 July 6th 2015 Adds the Jirachi Challenge
Adds 10 more Pedra Valley Stages
Photo Version 1.2.7 July 13th 2015 Adds the Mega Lucario Challenge
Photo Version 1.2.8 July 20th 2015 Adds the Mega Blaziken, Cresselia & Wobbuffet Challenges
Photo Version 1.2.9 July 27th 2015 Updated the Wobbuffet Challenges
Photo Version 1.2.10 August 3rd2015 Updated the Pignite, Safari & Wobbuffet Challenges
Photo Version 1.2.11 August 10th 2015 Updated the Wobbuffet Challenges
Photo Version 1.2.12 August 17th 2015 Updated the Darkrai Challenges and Albens Town stages
Photo Version 1.2.13 August 24th 2015 Updated the Rayquaza Challenges
Photo Version 1.2.14 August 31st 2015 Updated the Carnivine & Lugia Challenges
Photo Version 1.2.15 September 4th 2015 Updated the Mega Sharpedo Challenge
Photo Version 1.2.16 September 14th 2015 Updated the Diancie & Regirock Challenge
Photo Version 1.2.17 September 18th 2015 Updated the Mega Charizard Y & Registeel Challenges and Albens Town stages
Photo Version 1.2.18 September 28th 2015 Updated the Latias & Keldeo Challenges
Photo Version 1.2.19 October 5th 2015 Updated the Mega Absol & Palkia Challenges
Photo Version 1.2.20 October 12th 2015 Updated the Dusknoir & Safari Challenges
Photo Version 1.2.21 October 19th 2015 Updated the Mega Banette & Giratina Challenges and Albens Town stages
Photo Version 1.2.22 October 26th 2015 Updated the Ho-Oh, Lugia & Celebi Challenges
Photo Version 1.2.23 November 9th 2015 Updated the Tornadus & Safari Challenges
Photo Version 1.2.24 November 16th 2015 Updated the Mega Manectric & Delibird Challenges and Roseus Center stages
Photo Version 1.2.25 November 24th 2015 Updated the Latios & Machamp Challenges
Photo Version 1.2.26 December 8th 2015 Updated the Landorus, Dialga & Palkia Challenges
Photo Version 1.2.27 December 22nd 2015 Updated the Keldeo & Shaymin Challenges and Roseus Center stages
Photo Version 1.2.28 December 22nd 2015 Fixes a glitch that required Heracross to have over 100 matches to activate Mega Evolution
Photo Version 1.2.29 January 12th 2016 Updated the Infernape Challenge
Photo Version 1.2.30 January 19th 2016 Updated the Zekrom Challenges and Roseus Center stages
Photo Version 1.2.31 February 2nd 2016 Updated the Sky Shaymin & Reshiram Challenges
Photo Version 1.2.32 February 16th 2016 Updated the Beedrill Challenges and Desert Umbra stages
Photo Version 1.2.33 February 25th 2016 ???
Photo Version 1.2.34 March 1st 2016 Updated the Kabutops & Omastar Challenges
Photo Version 1.2.35 March 15th 2016 Updated the Noivern & Safari Challenges
Version 1.3.*

The third major patch version required a redownload of the game software after attempting to Check In or it could be downloaded through the Nintendo 3DS eShop.
Aesthetic & UI Changes

  • Title screen has changed.
  • New fonts and borders have been added throughout the game
  • Notes for how many Pokémon you have caught in each area
  • Recommended level added on some stages.
  • Amelia's Recommendation added for some stages
  • Next Expert Level beyond what you've unlocked is added, with a note showing how many S Ranks you have
  • In Competitve Stage rankings, in addition to the Top 5, it now lists the various cut-off points for each prize including the current score for it.
  • In Pokémon Safari stages, silhouettes and icons are shown of the Pokémon you haven't and have caught respectively
  • Touch a Pokémon on the stage select screen to show its details
  • Experience gained value added at the end of each stage.
  • Shows type effectiveness when scrolling through the Support Pokémon list to select a Support Pokémon.
  • Remaining experience to level up listed on Pokémon List
  • In Event Stages, a blue exclamation mark is shown if the stage has yet to be played
Functional Updates
Version 1.4.*

The fourth major patch version required a redownload of the game software after attempting to Check In or it could be downloaded through the Nintendo 3DS eShop.
Aesthetic & UI Changes

  • Now includes an icon next to a stage number when a stage offers an item such as Personal Skill Booster
  • Alterations of multiple sprites such as Tyranitar, Ho-Oh and Gengar. These are mostly adapting clarity and colour slightly, sometimes even the base size
    Old New
    Charizard Charizard
    Gengar Gengar
    Mewtwo Mewtwo
    Wobbuffet Wobbuffet
    Tyranitar Tyranitar
    Ho-Oh Ho-Oh
    Gardevoir Gardevoir
    Castform Castform
    Metagross Metagross
    Deoxys Deoxys
    Hippopotas Hippopotas
    Hippowdon Hippowdon
    Vivillon Vivillon
    Hawlucha Hawlucha
    Xerneas Xerneas
    Yveltal Yveltal
    Diancie Diancie
  • Functionality for using multiple Enhancements immediately added
  • Competitive stages now have a new golden icon, separating them
  • Mission Cards will now take you to the stage in question when you tap on them
  • When you unlock and EX stage, it tells you what Pokémon is in the stage
  • Sorting Pokémon has been made easier. Sorting by Attack Power and Level will automatically sort Highest to Lowest
Functional Updates
  • Added functionality for Alola Pokémon and various more event Pokémon.
  • There's now restrictions on when certain types of Event stages can be played as of March 14th
    • Defeat Stage 11 - Unlocks ☆ difficulty levels and Meowth & Victini stages
    • Defeat Stage 90 - Unlocks ☆☆ & ☆☆ difficulty event stages as well as the Eevee Skill Booster stage
    • Defeat Stage 120 - Unlocks ☆☆☆☆ difficulty event stages, Competitive Stages and Pokémon Safari
    • Defeat Stage 135 - Unlocks Escalation Battle stages
    • Defeat Stage 150 - Unlocks ☆☆☆☆ difficulty event stages
  • The abilities Prank and Mind Zap have also been altered so that they won't activate during Disruption Delay or a Pokémon is hit by a status condition
Picture Version Number Date Details
Photo Version 1.4.1 March 8th 2017 Re-added the Event Stages
Photo Version 1.4.2 March 10th 2017 Bug Fixes
Photo Version 1.4.3 March 14th 2017 Added the Pikachu Costume Event Stages
Photo Version 1.4.4 March 16th 2017 Bug Fixes
Photo Version 1.4.5 March 28th 2017 Added the Accelgor & Escavalier Stages
Photo Version 1.4.6 Apil 5th 2017 Stages 21, 87, 165, 180, 190, 216, 219, 220, 224, 228, 238, 242, 245, 250, 260, 300, 340 and 350 have been altered to have lower target Hit Points
The skills, Last Ditch Effort, Swarm, Steely Resolve, Final Effort, Brute Force, Pyre, Dancing Dragons, Pummel, Poison Pact, Ice Dance, Ground Forces, Cross Attack, L-Boost and T-Boost have all had boosts.
The Mega Evolutions, Mega Kangaskhan, Mega Sableye, Mega Slowbro, Mega Lopunny, Mega Altaria, Mega Mawile, Mega Ampharos, Mega Glalie, Mega Heracross, Mega Venusaur, Mega Charizard Y & Mega Blastoise now all will Mega Evolve faster
Mega Slowbro, Mega Mewtwo Y, Mega Aerodactyl, Mega Medicham, Mega Mewtwo X, Mega Charizard X, Mega Alakazam, Mega Gyarados, Mega Steelix, Mega Scizor, Mega Sceptile, Mega Blaziken, Mega Swampert, Mega Gardevoir, Mega Manectric, Mega Sharpedo, Mega Banette, Mega Absol, Mega Latias, Mega Latios, Mega Garchomp, Mega Abomasnow all have an increase in the amount of Mega Speedups that can be used on them
Heracross, Scizor, Durant, Genesect, Hippopotas, Hippowdon, Drilbur, Excadrill, Ash-Greninja, Corsola, Mudkip, Marshtomp, Swampert, Torchic, Combusken, Blaziken, Treecko, Grovyle, Sceptile, Xerneas, Swirlix, Snubbull, Granbull, Togetic and Gardevoir have all gained new Skills usable through Skill Swappers.
Photo Version 1.4.7 April 7th 2017 Fixed a bug with the ability Brute Force which increased damage when using Not Effective Pokémon
Photo Version 1.4.7 April 11th 2017 Added the Mega Houndoom and other Event Stages
 
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