Pokémon Masters EX is a free-to-play mobile game for Android and iOS. Developed and published by DeNA, this game is based on the Pokémon media franchise. Since this game is for mobile devices cheats aren’t available. However, there are Google Play Achievements and other rewards for fulfilling tasks. Originally released on August 29, 2019, the game received mixed reviews from fans and critics alike. Initially, the game was just titled Pokémon Masters with EX being added on the one-year anniversary of the game.
Pokémon Masters EX Premise
Pokémon Masters EX takes place on the Island of Pasio. There is a tournament of 3-on-3 battles being held called the Pokémon Masters League. Players must collect at least five badges and enter the league to become champions. Players recruit sync pairs to unlock sync pair story elements. A sync pair consists of a Pokémon trainer from a previous game or from the anime and one Pokémon.
Pokémon Masters EX Main Characters
Scottie/Bettie: Scottie/Bettie is the protagonist and player character of Pokémon Masters EX. The game starts with players customizing their appearance before teaming up with Brock and Misty for the game’s tutorial.
Professor Bellis: Every Pokémon game has its professor. Professor Bellis researches Sync Moves and studies the bonds that form Sync Pairs.
Paulo: One of the trainers encountered on the player’s journey. He forms his own team and becomes one of the protagonist’s rivals.
Lear: The creator of the Pasio islands who is determined to be the champion.
Sawyer: Lear’s loyal right-hand man.
Rachel: A former maid of Lear’s family who became one of his henchmen.
Team Break: Sociopathic Pokémon thieves harassing trainers on Pasio.
Tina: A rival and childhood friend of Paulo.
Pokémon Masters EX Titles in the Series
Originally released in 1996, the Pokémon series has over 100 games. The franchise is one of the most recognizable brands of all time and has spawned playing cards, toys, TV shows, and films. The franchise is not only successful in the console market but the mobile market as well. The console titles in the series are as follows.
- Pokémon Red, Blue, Green, and Yellow (1996)
- Pokémon Gold, Silver, and Crystal (1999)
- Pokémon Ruby, Sapphire, and Emerald (2002)
- Pokémon FireRed and LeafGreen (2004)
- Pokémon Diamond, Pearl, and Platinum (2006)
- Pokémon HeartGold and SoulSilver (2009)
- Pokémon Black and White (2010)
- Pokémon Black 2 and White 2 (2012)
- Pokémon X and Y (2013)
- Pokémon Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire (2014)
- Pokémon Sun and Moon (2016)
- Pokémon Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon (2017)
- Pokémon Let’s Go, Eevee! and Let’s Go Pikachu! (2018)
- Pokémon Sword and Shield (2019)
- Pokémon Brilliant Diamond and Shining Pearl (2021)
- Pokémon Legends: Arceus (2022)
- Pokémon Scarlet and Violet (2022)
The mobile titles in the series are as follows.
- Camp Pokémon (2014)
- Pokémon Dance (2015)
- Pokémon Shuffle (2015)
- Pokémon TCG Online (2016)
- Pokémon GO (2016)
- Pokémon Photo Booth (2016)
- Pokémon Duel (2016)
- Pokémon Magikarp Jump (2017)
- Pokémon Quest (2018) (also on Switch)
- Pokémon Rumble Rush (2019)
- Pokémon Masters EX (2019)
- Pokémon Home (2020) (also on Switch)
Pokémon Masters EX Google Play Achievements
|Complete the designated area 01||Complete: The More the Merrier x1|
|Complete the designated area 02||Complete: A Friendly New Rival x1|
|Complete the designated area 03||Complete: Kindling Friendship x1|
|Complete the designated area 04||Complete: A Blossoming Flower x1|
|Complete the designated area 05||Complete: Prepare for Takeoff! x1|
|Complete the designated area 06||Complete: A Newfound Confidence x1|
|Complete the designated area 07||Complete: Between a Rock and a Hard Place x1|
|Complete the designated area 08||Complete: Teach and be Taught x1|
|Complete the designated area 09||Complete: Champion on the Roster x1|
|Complete the designated area 10||Complete: Minds Made Up x1|
Pokémon Masters EX Unlockable Sync Pairs
|Obtainable Sync Pairs||Mission Requirement|
|Rosa and Snivy||Complete Chapter 1|
|Barry and Piplup, Professor Oak||Complete Chapter 2|
|Flannery||Complete Chapter 3|
|Erika and Vileplume||Complete Chapter 4|
|Skyla||Complete Chapter 5|
|Korrina||Complete Chapter 6|
|Norman||Complete Chapter 7|
|Pryce||Complete Chapter 8|
|Iris||Complete Chapter 9|
|Hapu||Complete Chapter 10|
|Sygna Suit Brock||Complete Interlude 1|
|Hau||Complete Chapter 11|
|Flint||Complete Chapter 12|
|Clair||Complete Chapter 13|
|Viola||Complete Chapter 14|
|Nanu||Complete Chapter 15|
|Koga||Complete Chapter 16|
|Acerola and Palossand||Complete Chapter 17|
|Cheren||Complete Chapter 18|
|Calem and Espurr, Main Character and Torchic||Complete Chapter 20|
|Valerie and Sylveon||Complete Chapter 23|
|Molayne||Complete Chapter 26|
|Giovanni and Mewtwo||Complete Lurking Shadow|
|Silver and Ho-Oh||Complete Pure Hearts and Rainbow Wings|
|Zinnia and Rayquaza||Complete The Dragon That Rules the Sky|
|Cyrus||Complete New World Dilemma|
|Ghetsis||Complete Father or Foe|
|Professor Sycamore and Xerneas||Complete Give and Take|
|Main Character and Solgaleo||Complete The Beast That Devours the Sun|
|Hop||Complete Howling Shield of Eternity|
Pokémon Masters EX Cheat Code FAQ
Are there cheats in Pokémon Masters EX?
Due to the nature of Pokémon Masters EX‘s gameplay, cheats are not available. When searching for cheats online you can come across hacks that require third-party software. The validity of these hacks is not verified and installing third-party software comes with many risks. At best, the hacks won’t work and at worst, your private information can become at risk.