Hold your breaths – a brand new Pokemon game is coming soon to Android called Pokeland, and it plays more like a traditional Pokemon game. Thanks to the breakout… Continue reading
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Just over 80 new 2nd generation Pokemon, along with some other goodies, were datamined out of the game files once again and previewed to the public yesterday. However, just after news of that broke out, Niantic Labs pushed out an update making those 80 new Pokemon (from the Johto region) available for players.
A new teaser site popped up courtesy of The Pokemon Company about a new mobile game called Splash! Magikarp. The teaser site displays a newspaper article discussing an investigation into a mysterious occurrence. After hearing a roaring sound in the early morning, and feeling the ground shake, a 27 year old fisherman discovered two Magikarp-shaped holes in the ground at the center of town.
The Pokemon Company has released another official Pokemon game onto Android today called Pokemon Duel. This particular title is more of a strategy board game where players will be able to craft their own deck of Pokemon characters before jumping into a match with other players to see who comes out on top.
There are only a few countries out in the world that do not have access to Pokemon GO, along with other Augmented Reality games, and one of those happens to be China. While most other countries don’t have it because of things like translations and so on, China doesn’t have Pokemon GO, and won’t have it, until the government there finished evaluating the ‘risks’ it may pose.
Niantic Labs has announced today the availability of holiday-themed item packs which will be available for a limited time only for Pokemon GO players, which makes sense since it is themed around the holidays. These ‘packs’, which come in the form of presents, are visible in the IAP area of the game and come in three different sizes: Special, Great, and Ultra Boxes.
Pokémon Trainers rejoice! Catching ‘em all has just become more exciting with the addition of a number of Generation II Pokémon, first seen in the Johto Region in Pokémon Gold and Silver, to Pokémon GO. As revealed by developer Niantic, starting today at 10 A.M. PST players can visit and spin PokéStops to acquire eggs which later might hatch a Togepi, Pichu, or “select other Pokemon”. The identities of the “select” Pokémon are unknown as of yet. These new entries are the first in a wave of new Pokémon arriving over the coming months.
Another day, another Pokemon GO piece of news, or in this case, some news along with a game update. Niantic Labs has pushed out a new update that brings with it a few helpful new features for trainers to use. However, inside the game’s code, more goodies have been found, but this time it looks to be about holiday costumes coming to the game in another update before Christmas.