Almost a month ago during the E3, Nintendo featured its first mobile Pokemon game, Pokemon Go.
"Pokemon GO" requires players to use the cameras on their mobile phones to "see" monsters in the real world, with different monsters positioned at various points throughout any given neighbourhood.
The same warning was given by a YouTube user called Twintendo, who posted a photo on Twitter saying, "If you have downloaded the APK for Pokemon GO delete it now". However, microtransactions for Pokeballs, eggs, and other boosts in the game range from NZ$1.49 to NZ$150.
Pokemon Go was initially launched down-under in Australia and New Zealand after which the game generated massive hype and general interest among users.
It launched in Australia and New Zealand ahead of the USA to build interest in the United States and European market, AdNews understands.
So that's pretty much all you do in the game.
Eager fans are also finding alternative methods to download the Pokemon Go app on their iPhones or Android devices, from sideloading the program on Android to changing their location settings on iTunes just for the download. If the rumors are correct, the actual release of "Pokemon GO" will coincide with the Pokemon founder and former Nintendo president Satoru Iwata's death anniversary, which falls on July 11. There is no longer a need to create a new Apple account with a New Zealand address, so users can safely download the app with their real accounts.
It is also revealed that locales where players can gather items are based on actual historical sites; as per Hanke, they drew parallels to the video game, but they still offered their own complexities. Once you've trained them, you can battle again other Gym or defend yours. Many have reported that the latest game eats up a lot of power, so here's a quick guide on how you can save battery life while playing theAR game.