Take the location-based gaming and add a little augmented reality, and then mix in the characters beloved that they shaped generation, so what will you get? You get Pokémon Go! Created by Niantic, makers of Ingress, this takes Pokémon characters as well as places them in real world thus you will catch, hatch, as well as evolve them on a go with your pokemon go acount. Playable on both Android and iOS phone, alone or with your friends and family, it is not just fun, it has become the global phenomenon. No matter whether if you are just starting out, trying to take training to next level, or playing for long time and searching for the new challenges, it is a guide for you! Here is everything you want to know about the Pokémon Go!
How to get started with the Pokémon Go?
Suppose you are totally new and have not played Pokémon Go earlier, getting started will be simple. All you need to do is to create your account. You may use Pokémon account or sign in with the Google Account. Suppose you do not wish to share your Google Account — that includes your Google Docs, Gmail, or more — with the Pokémon Go, you will be able to make secondary account exclusively for using with this game. When you are done, you can create the character, named “trainer” or customize them to represent you and any image that you would like to portray in Pokémon Go world. After that you may start playing your game!
There are some cheats. They are not how many people would like to play, however they include measuring stats, tracking and scanning beyond legal limits, and sneaking in the extra power-up, getting over speed lock and bubble-boosting Gyms. You can use at your risk.
How will you find or catch the rare Pokémon?
Before catching any of the Pokémon in your Pokémon Go, you need to first find them. That will not be easy, particularly for the rare Pokémon like Snorlax, Tyranitar, Lapras, Dragonite, Amphoros, Blissey, or Muk. There’re places like the water spawns, where you have the higher odds of catching Dratini and Magikarp thus you may evolve Dragonite and Gyarados, and there are the nests, where many types of Pokémon spawn in the huge numbers for 2 weeks at time. When you find them, certain Pokémon are tough to catch than the others.