For those who think the Pokemon fever is over, you are clearly wrong. Introducing, the new strategy game for mobile - "Pokemon Duel!" In this new game, you don't "catch 'em all." You form a team of six and fight against your opponent.

"Pokemon Go" was a big hit with an astonishing 500 million times since its release in July, CNET reported. It is also reported to have generated revenue of $950 million along the way. While "Pokemon Duel" is different, it aims to match its predecessor's success.

According to The Verge, the game is a free-to-play title on both iOS and Android. It seems pretty simple at the beginning, but once you get into it, it offers a surprising amount of depth and complexity. The goal of "Pokemon Duel" is to get one of your pieces onto the opponent's side of the board, and to do that, you assemble a team of six pokemon - which can be built and customized. You and your opponent take turns in moving pieces, and only one character can be moved each turn. Whoever gets to the goal first wins.

The game utilizes turn-based mechanics, but the action takes place on a mapped grid. The goal of the game is to capture your opponent's base successfully with a single Pokemon. The turn-based mechanic dissolves along the way every time a character is pitted against a rival Pokemon. In here, the battle system is a matter of chance. The battles - or duels - pit one pocket monster against another in a spin-to-win mini-game. The wheel has attacks that inflict hit point damage or status moves.

"Pokemon Duel"  is free to play, but just like most games, there are some free-to-play hooks and stuff you can buy. The game needs to be connected to the internet to play.