This page explains the difference of Pokemon UNITE from other MOBA games. Read on to learn more about the different mechanics of Pokemon UNITE and other MOBA games.
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Most MOBA games require players to destroy the enemy's base in order to win the game. In Pokemon UNITE, the game offers players a different way of completing objectives.
In Pokemon UNITE, the main objective is to score more points than the enemy team instead of slowly sieging the enemy's base until their main building is destoryed.
In other known MOBA games, gaining map control is done simply by destroying the enemy team's towers. In Pokemon UNITE this is done in a similar fashion with the Goal Zones.
Goal Zones give an area advantage to allies and vise versa for enemies similar to how towers work. Getting rid of Goal Zones is done by scoring points onto them instead of destroying them by attacking them directly.
In Pokemon UNITE, the time consumed per game is limited to 10 minutes if you are playing Standard Battles and 5 minutes if you are playing Quick Battles.
This is the biggest difference of Pokemon UNITE from all the other MOBA games. Having a short time limit per game gives the player an additional challenge to maximize every one of their actions during the game.
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