The Nintendo 3DS demo begins in Mossdeep City where Team Aqua and Team Magma have stolen scientific research about Mega-Evolving Pokemon.
In battle, players can Fight, Bag (use HP/PP Restore, Status Restore, Poke Balls, Battle Items), Run, or change Pokemon.
With Marshtomp, attacks included Waterfall, Mud Bomb, Rock Slide, Protect. And after a few battles it quickly evolved into Swampert.
Later, Orlando receives the Mega Bracelet which allows the user to bind to a Pokemon to execute Mega Evolution.
A final battle against Team Omega allows users to capture Glalie, which can be transferred to the final game.
The graphics engine is remastered at 30 frames-per-second with full 3D character models and Pokemon. Battle animations are generous and breathe new life into the veteran pocket monsters.
Pokemon Omega Ruby and Pokemon Alpha Sapphire will be sold Nov. 21.