For Pokémon fans, Pokémon Go now isn’t the only mobile game you can play.

In a surprise drop, the company released the new strategy game Pokémon Duel Tuesday for Google Android and Apple iOS users.  

Gameplay revolves around dueling another player with a team of Pokémon figurines on a game board. Each player needs to move one figure to their opponent’s goal spot on the other side of the board. When two player figurines run into each other on the board, they engage in a traditional Pokémon battle to determine who can advance.  

Through regular gameplay, figurines can have their level raised to become more powerful and you can also collect new Pokémon. Along with a basic single-player campaign, up to two players can play against each other via Pokémon Duel’s online multiplayer mode to get additional boosts and items.

While Pokémon Duel looks to complement Pokémon’s mobile presence, the company is still delivering regular updates to last year’s Pokémon Go. The title has seen regular incremental updates that have teased new features like Gen 2 Pokémon, shiny Pokémon and evolution items. Pokémon Go has also done seasonal promotions that featured bonus experience points and opportunities to collect new Pokémon.

The game is a free download and available on the Apple App Store and Google Play Store.  Through in-app purchases, you can also buy game currency to obtain items quicker.