The Pokemon GO game guide contains all the information required for understanding this complex game. You will find many practical advice concerning all the mechanics of the game - the tracking, catching, training and evolving of the Pokemons, taking control over Gyms, or moving around the game world. Apart from that, this guide contains a list of hints useful for advanced and beginning players. There also are chapters devoted to obtaining items without paying for them, ways of quickly gaining experience and the awards for reaching higher XP levels, as well as descriptions of all the Pokemons available in the game. The elements that can be found on the map are also explained (Pokestop, Gym).
This guide is based on the Android edition of the game.
Pokemon GO is a mobile RPG that supports augmented reality technology, created by Niantic studio in cooperation with The Pokemon Company. The application uses smartphones' and tablets' cameras to register the surrounding reality, then include additional, three-dimensional objects on it. The players are searching for Pokemon by following the instructions from our GPS.
The guide to Pokemon GO contains, among others:
- Practical advice concerning gameplay
- Description of the mechanics of tracking, catching, training and evolving of the Pokemons
- Information about Gyms and fights with other Pokemons
- A list of all available pokemons
About Pokemon GO Game Guide
Author : Jakub "jbugielski" Bugielski for gamepressure.com
Translator : Michal "Czarny Wilk" Grygorcewicz
Stage of progress : 25% completed, last update : July 14, 2016
Guide contains : 17 pages, 124 images.
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Pokemon GO Video Game
- genre: RPG
- developer: Niantic
- publisher: The Pokemon Company
- platform: iOS, AND
Pokemon GO is a mobile RPG featuring the support of augmented reality technology. It has been developed by Niantic studio. The game is employs a free-to-play model with microtranscantions.
Pokemon GO is based on Augmented Reality (AR) technology, which means that the application makes use of smartphones’ and tablets’ cameras do register the surrounding reality, and then the game’s engine includes additional, three-dimensional objects in it. This novelty leads to what the Pokemon series is known for: finding, catching, and training the Pokemon to let them face off against creatures trained by other players. All of this takes place in our world, which is nice change compared to other mobile RPGs. To find the most interesting cases, players must walk a lot while following directions given by their GPS.