Pokémon Go is an iOS and Android augmented reality mobile game developed and released by Niantic in partnership with Nintendo and The Pokémon Company in 2016.
It makes use of GPS-enabled mobile devices to find, catch, train, and battle virtual creatures known as Pokémon that appear to be in your real-world location.
The game is free to play and enables in-app payments for additional in-game stuff. It runs on a freemium business model with local advertising.
You build and edit your own avatars after creating a gaming account. An avatar is built and shown on a map depending on your current location. 'PokéStops' and 'Pokémon Gyms' are two of the map's features.
These PokéStops may be equipped with items known as 'Lure Modules,' which attract more wild and uncommon Pokémon. For the team-based king of the hill contests, gyms function as battlegrounds. PokéStops and Gyms are usually found around places of interest.
Your avatars travel about the game's map as you move around in the real world. Different Pokémon species live in different parts of the world; for instance, Water-type Pokémon are commonly found near water.
You can see a Pokémon in AR mode or with a live rendered, generic background when you encounter one. If you escape, the Pokémon will return to the location where they were last engaged, with the exception of Nosepass, who will always face north due to its Pokédex entry. Your mobile device's camera and gyroscope are used in AR mode to display a picture of a Pokémon as if it were in the real world.
Unlike most other Pokémon games, you do not have to combat wild Pokémon to catch them in Pokémon Go. You may throw a Poké Ball at a wild Pokémon by sliding it from the bottom of the screen up toward it during an encounter. If you catch the Pokémon, it will become yours.
You will receive two sorts of in-game currency after catching a wild Pokémon: Candies and Stardust. The Candies granted by a successful catch are determined on the Pokémon's evolutionary chain. A player may boost a Pokémon's level and hence "Combat Power" by using Stardust and Candies. Except for specific Pokémon that require special items, simply Candies are required to evolve a Pokémon.
For different in-game activities, you receive experience points. As you gain experience points, you travel through the levels, unlocking new features. In level five, you can compete at a Pokémon Gym and join one of three color-coded factions: red for Team Valor, blue for Team Mystic, or yellow for Team Instinct, all of which fight for control of Gyms in the Pokémon Go universe.
The game is continuously updated with new Pokémon, and there are now over 730 Pokémon in the game as of March 25, 2022. Team GO Rocket battles were added in Pokémon Go. NPCs from Team GO Rocket could be fought at PokéStops that twitched and were a dark color.
In 2017, Raid Battles were also introduced. Raid Battles include a group of players coming together to face an over-leveled Pokémon in a Gym. You have a chance to capture a regular version of the Pokémon if you defeat it.
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Pokemon Go's basics are straightforward and enjoyable. You walk, you catch Pokemon, you gather as many as you can, and you stop at Poke Stops to fill your backpack with things that will aid your Trainer on his journey.
But there's a lot more to consider when it comes to mastering the game. Here are some helpful tips for becoming a Pokemon master.
First, get XP, then power-up your Pokemon.
The amount of XP you have determines your Trainer's skill. As you go through the XP levels, you will require more XP to level up. However, as you go, the rewards increase, and you'll be able to develop and hatch higher-level Pokemon, as well as power-up to higher levels.
While you power up your Pokemon when your XP is low, it costs you extra candies. So you should preserve your Pokemon power-ups until you achieve a higher XP level.
Pokemon may be traded for candies.
Transferring Pokemon to the professor in exchange for Candy of that Pokemon species is an option. You can transfer out Pokemon you don't need after capturing them and receiving the Stardust and Candy they provide.
If you already have 20 Rattata, for example, you may probably trade some for candies to strengthen those who will fight for you. As previously said, you can only carry a certain amount of Pokemon, and you want them all to be strong, so get rid of the weaker ones.
Make the most of your Lucky Eggs.
You'll sometimes find a Lucky Egg. For 30 minutes, your XP will be doubled. Don't just dump it at random; instead, strive to make the most of it to help level up your Trainer. That may be when you arrive in a new, active location and know you'll be capturing or hatching Pokemon, or when there are several Gyms to combat - and win.
So reserve those Lucky Eggs for those big town center Pokemon Go sessions if you want to receive the maximum XP.
Only engage in Raid Battles that you can win.
Although it may appear to be a cowardly strategy, betting your 86CP Squirtle against a 50000CP Kyogre is pointless. If you don't possess enough powerful Pokemon or a team of pals to battle with, you'll lose and will have to revive and treat your Pokemon with Potions. So, before you begin the Raid Battle, assess the strength of the Pokemon.
When fighting Gyms, you may progressively wear down your opponents so that you can take on stronger opponents - you'll still lose, but you'll gain progress at least.
Participate in Gyms
Pokemon Go is mostly focused on gyms. You fight, win, and gain control of a Gym for your squad. You'll want to leave a powerful Pokemon behind to protect that Gym, since the longer they sit and guard it, the more Coins you gain. You may purchase additional items as you earn more Coins.
You'll take over Gym for your team, and other teammates will help you defend it. Some Pokemon. But bear in mind that some Pokemon are difficult to knock out and may require stronger Pokemon.
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