In a recent interview K-Tai Watch (a Japanese news outlet), Niantic Japanese staff has revealed (via Translation) that the whole team is working on "a huge event for this summer", the next update will be a potential big change. It's possible that Niantic could be using a Big Event to promote and launch news "cooperative social gameplay experiences".
Good News! The Pokemon Go Easter event will last for a week: from April 13 to April 20, 2017. Players are encouraged to go outside for the Pokemon Eggs hunt. Here MmoGah as a professional pokemon go booster shares this good news from Pokemon Go live.
During the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, Pokemon Go developer Niantic CEO John Hanke said that some major updates of Pokemon Go will come this year, but he had not revealed the exact date: “The games that we’re building are built for augmented reality. We’re going to take advantage of the wearable that exist today while we wait and work with partners to bring to market A.R. glasses and other forms of advanced A.R. technology. With Pokemon GO we’re only getting started with the game.”
From February 26 to March 6, some special Pikachus appear all over the world by wearing festive party hats, which is celebrating Pokemon Day. These special Pikachus will keep their party hats forever, but they can only be found during this limited time celebration, so make sure to keep an eye out for them as you explore!
Good News! The most significant update in Pokemon Go has just been released. Over 80 new Pokemons of second generation have been added in Version 1.27.2 for IOS and Version 0.57.2 for Android. Now players have access to all of the second generation Pokemon other than the baby Pokemon that were already released in December, 2016, which is more interesting than before, and it can enhance your pokemon go experience.
Walking and traveling around is the biggest and best tip for finding special Pokemon in Pokemon Go. Try to visit different areas, not only in terms of population and geographic location, but also in their environment. Today Mmogah will share you where and how to find and catch special Pokemons.
Over the past two month, Pokemon Go fever is almost everywhere. Pokemon Go became a cultural phenomenon in 2016 by giving everyone the chance to catch pokemons. This Augmented Reality (AR) game successfully combines potions of the real world and the virtual world in a way. This means that you need to physically go throughout the real world, and capture as many virtual pocket monsters as possible.
Stardust is used to evolve and power up your Pokemon - your central means of making them as strong as possible. It's a resource that becomes increasingly scarce as you reach the mid and late game, as it becomes more and more important to Power Up and evolve whenever possible. Likewise, it's integral to calculating your Pokemon's maximum CP, IVs, and overall potential strength which - if you really want to get the most out of Pokemon Go - is a crucial mechanic.
Pokemon GO has been making headlines again, this time it has been announced that the app will now be available in 11 new countries and regions around the world. Direct from the source 'Nintendo Insider', which stated that Pokemon GO developer Niantic would continue to expand their growth of the app via the addition of new locations.
In Pokemon Go, Gyms are towering, spinning monuments found out in the wild, which can be captured with gym battles defended by increasing their prestige level. Unlike the classic game series, battles are central in Pokemon Go which are relegated to team-versus-team battles over the control of Gyms. Trainers collect them and battle in Gyms. What gyms you can challenge depend on what team you join, and your Pokemon’s efficacy in battle relies on both careful planning and quick reflexes. Let Mmogah
Pokémon Go has been updated, but not in the form of a downloadable patch. Pokemon nests have changed and spawn rates have increased to provide an improved experience in some areas. With regard to nests, what we essentially see is a massive migration of about 50 Pokemon to different spawn points. The full list is pretty massive.
As fun as Pokemon GO can be, it can become a grind as players begin to gain levels slower. Much like in most other MMOs, XP is awarded to Pokemon Go players for completing different tasks and achieving various goals in the game. In order for a Trainer to increase his or her level, a required amount of XP must first be gained.
"I've had so many people claim to not like Pokemon or even hate it. I've had friends that don't like games at all. But here they are... Playing Pokemon GO. It helped close many barriers... And it's literally helped my family become a family again. We visit a children's memorial park every once in a few days and do stuff together...outside. It's an amazing experience if you ask me."
As you play Pokemon Go, you'll be preoccupied with three goals; leveling your Trainer as high as you can, evolving and powering up your creatures to attack and defend Gyms, and filling out your Pokedex with new, rare Pokemon. You'll find that all three are connected, as the higher your trainer level, the higher your chances of finding rare Pokemon become, and in many cases, rarer Pokemon tend to be the best in Pokemon Go.
Pokemon GO continues to dominate smartphones across the world, as gamers catch, train and battle the little creatures. But for those haven’t experienced the augmented reality (AR) game, it can be extremely confusing. What is a Pokemon? Where are they? How do I catch one? Well, if you've yet to download the app (or have just done so and don't know what to do) we've put together an ultimate beginner's guide to understanding the game. Like any role-playing game (RPG) the more time you put into it t
As all Pokemon Go fans known, now Pokemon Go is very very popular in the whole world, who has taken the world by storm. People everywhere are seemingly running around at random, looking at their phones for one express purpose: try to locate and catch more pokemons.
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